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iTHEY'VE PUT SMARTNESS IN THE SPORTS
CLOTHES; EVERYBODY'S WEARING 'EM
BY BETTY BROWN
There's more to being a tennis girl
than merely playing tennis there's
dressing for tennis. That's the game
that almost every girl will learn to
play to perfection this summer, for
the smartest things coming out of
the dressmaking shops just now are
the sports clothes.
Take note of this stunning little
coat-suit at the left designed by
Mme. Marguerite of the Fashion Art
League of America, the modiste who
put the style in sports clothes. She
used Niagara Maid glove silk for the
Norfolk jacket and to line the much
flared skirt The same material is
jised. in .second gown, the ball
buttons and the flowing tie trim very
WE ALL HAVE OUR LITTLE LIKES
James Jackson says there is some
thing about dogs he can't get used
to. We suppose Jim means fleas.
Sadiesville, Ky., Call.
A BEACON OF CIVIC ADVANCE
The street lamp erected on the
corner of Main sL and Railway av.,
is providing a great convenience at
this time on account of the mud.
"Aggressivenss" seems to be the
watchword of our business men.
J5weet Grass, Mont, Advocate,