SLIM SILHOUETTE IS HARD TO GET, BUT THE
CORNER COP SAYS WOMEN WILL tiO IT YET
I seen 'em wide in the shoulderand
narrow in the beam, I seen 'em nar-
BY ESTHER ANDREWS
New York, Sept 14. I wandered
down Mfth av. chasing the slim sil
houette because Paris says we must
row in the girth and broad in the
back, I-seen 'em throwin'. out their
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be thin, straight up and down to be
In style. x '
No phantom could be more fleet
ing, no ghost more elusive.
I sought a policeman.
"They tan get the slim figures al
right," he said. "What the American
wbman makes up her mind to do, she
"I've stood on this corner 15 years
and I've seen 15 different styles Inf
shapes go by." N
bests like athletes, and pullin' 'em
fn like lungers.
x "Xep, they an do the new style.
Of course, Ininy own buslness,JE pre
fer 'emolid. They're harder to move,
but easier to see. The little, thin
ones think they can slip between the
smoke and the license number, and
it makes it hard."
Fleft him and sought ChildB' res
taurant "Teseie." I said, "has it reached
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