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March 19, 1984 | Laurence Shames
At the Lincoln Squash Club it was cats and dogs, oil and vinegar. The squash players played squash, the Nautilus guys did Nautilus, and hardly anybody ever crossed the dividing line. Why should they? The squash...
September 11, 1961
Page 41: Trigère cape of purple-and-plum plaid wool is at Saks Fifth Avenue. Kislav gloves are suède. Man's suit of 60% wool, 40% Orion tweed, by Gordon-Ford, is $70 at MacNeil and Moore, Madison, Wis. Herbert...
April 24, 1961 | Fred R. Smith
The Ascot tie was developed a couple of hundred years ago to help meet emergencies—it served the horse-borne gentry not only as a neckpiece but as a bandage if an accident occurred in the field. The huntsman's stock...
July 04, 1960
On a dude ranch the livin' ain't real easy, but it's a mighty fine change for citified Easterners
May 11, 1959 | Fred R. Smith