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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 17, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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OUTDOOR GIRL WEARS SILK .PANTALETTES
WHEN SHE GOES TO THE BEACH
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This is the Iutdoor Girl.
The Outdoor Girl plays golf and
tennis, sails and swims. t
We will leave it to you to say when
she is the prettiest, in the navy blue
jainproof yachting or sailing suit, in
her scarlpt tennis coat, or in the
"cutey" little pantaletted beach.
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The pantalettes are silk and like
the &ip. of rose color rubberized silk
above them they are made to dip
right into the water.
The Outdoor Girl and her various
suits will compete for a $3,000 fash
ion prize offered by Commodore
James A. Pugh of Chicago in his ef
fort to make .America first in
fashions,
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