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MADE FOR MOTORING BUT IT'S JUST THE COAT
FOR MOTORLESS GIRL
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Teddy says it's all right for New
York Progressives to enroll as Re
publicans. Maybe he believes in hav
ing friend, in he enemy's camp.
A coat that's heaw enone-h fnr ft
motor trip, and none too heaw for
ordinary street wear and mighty
smart and attarctive wherever it does
duty Is the top coat which Sophie
Schauls, the pretty fashion manikin,
is wearing these days.
The coat, which was designed by
Mme. Allie E. Bailey of the Fashion
Art League of America, is made of
navy blue, diagonally lined novelty
cloth trimmed with patent leather.
The shining leather strips are applied
on the wide belt and on the cuffs.
Green bone buttons which fasten
the coat and trim the belt mkf a.
pretty color contrast to the blue cloth.
ine conar is tne new "choker' and
turn up over the ears. The skirt
shows the flare that's noticeable in all
the coats made for the cold weather
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The football player walked the floor,
His infant yelling more and more.
He hoped his captain wouldn't call,
For he simply couldn't control the