Issue: 19530801

Saturday, August 1, 1953
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Sunday, July 19, 2015
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Esquire
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Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Inc.: Johnnie Walker
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Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Inc.
JOHNNIE WALKER
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Detective Book Club
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DETECTIVE BOOK CLUB
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4,6,7,8,114,115
EDITORIAL
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The Sound and the Fury
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EVEN Bernard Dorrity, that crusty prince of curmudgeons, growled into his gruel the other day something remotely akin to admiration for the fantastic vigor shown by the Texans in sounding off pro patria. For the mighty swell of protest rolls on: Texas waxes eloquent, even if it doesn’t always polish its language.
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Next Month in Esquire
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A Hungarian rhapsody of the glamorous Budapest quartet whose divertissements have rocked the salons of two continents. The roll call of Jolie, Magda, Eva, and Zsazsa has sounded for “only” ten husbands, and the café-society swath of the four Hungarian waifs is only the paprika on the tasty goulash of their uninhibited careers.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0005.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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Esquire
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0007.xml
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6
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Austin, Nichols & Co., Inc.
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Austin, Nichols & Co., Inc.
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0008.xml
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7
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Linguaphone Institute
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LINGUAPHONE INSTITUTE
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0009.xml
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8
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Cointreau
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Cointreau
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0010.xml
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9
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Literary Guild of America, Inc.
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LITERARY GUILD OF AMERICA, Inc.
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0011.xml
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10,11
Esquire's OFFSIDES IN SPORTS
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Two Tickets for Suckers
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JACK O’BRIEN
IT was your turn in line during the local baseball club’s advance ticket sale, and the man behind the window gave you a hooded look and said, “Whannnh?” as if you were asking him for a consignment of opium. Or maybe he was the beaming kind and said, “Now, then, what can I do for you?”
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0012.xml
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10
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Renfield Importers, Ltd.
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0013.xml
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11
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Eastman Kodak Company
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Eastman Kodak Company
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0014.xml
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11
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Advertisement: American Express Travelers Cheques
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AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUES
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0015.xml
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12,14,15,16
Travel
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Vacation Now
Living the cheerful, restful, lazy life —thirteen days to Yokohama
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RICHARD JOSEPH
A TRANSPACIFIC crossing aboard an American President liner might not be a voyage on a slow boat to China, but after a trip aboard the President Wilson to get material for Distant and Beautiful: Japan on page 66, I can tell you that it’s the next best thing.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0016.xml
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Mexico
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Mexico
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0017.xml
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13
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0018.xml
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Bell's
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BELL'S
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0019.xml
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15
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American President Lines
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AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0020.xml
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15
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South African Tourist Corporation
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South African Tourist CORPORATION
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0021.xml
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16
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Shulton: After Shave Lotion
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SHULTON
AFTER SHAVE LOTION
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0022.xml
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16
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Japan Travel Information Office: Japan Travel Bureau
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JAPAN TRAVEL INFORMATION OFFICE
Japan Travel Bureau
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0023.xml
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16
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The Cavalier
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The Cavalier
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0024.xml
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16
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Advertisement
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GOING PLACES WITH Esquire
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Going Places with Esquire
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Le Biarritz, 36 East 60th St. Host Jean Ravaud provides five cozy rooms, comfortably and simply furnished, serving superlative French food and a wide selection of sound French wines. The cookery is never beaten and seldom approached;luncheons are table d’hôte, dinners à la carte, a trifle high.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0026.xml
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Advertisements
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Esquire's FASHION FINDS
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Man-made Fabrics
Here's a breakdown of some of the new miracle fibers you'll be wearing
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IT isn’t hard today to become immune to words like “miracle” and “magical,” but the fact is that wonderful things have been accomplished in the field of men’s clothes—the fabrics out of which they are made, the fibers out of which they are woven.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0028.xml
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Mennen: Cream Hair Oil
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MENNEN
CREAM HAIR OIL
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0029.xml
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Renfield Importers, Ltd.: Martini & Rossi
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.
MARTINI & ROSSI
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0030.xml
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The Springs Cotton Mills
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The Springs Cotton Mills
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0031.xml
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21,22,98
Articles
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Dimes for Disaster
The mayhem on our superhighways calls for a new slogan: Pay Death Toll Here
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SAM BOAL
ITEM : A young driver went off the Pennsylvania Turnpike in a sickening, roll-over, gasolinefire crash which killed his mother, his father and his 22-year-old fiancee. He lived long enough to explain that he had lost control of the car when he stooped over to adjust his seat.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0032.xml
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23,98
Articles
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Safety at Speed
The racing man's science of survival after sixty
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JOHN FITCH
EDITOR’S NOTE: The rules for safe driving usually come from a back-seat drivers' club, but rarely from a man whose livelihood as well as his life depends upon safety at speed. Such a driver is John Fitch. The French call him “Jean Feetch” and still talk about his gallant drive in the Monte Carlo Rally early this year.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0033.xml
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Pictorial
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Automotive Fashions: the Nash-healey
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Time was when adventurous souls in a sports-car mood had two choices-drive European or go custom-made. Now there's a third: production built sports cars for U.S. motorists driving on U.S. highways. First out-and first in a series of Esquire prints-is the Nash-Healey.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0034.xml
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25,103
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Detroit Soups Up
Foreign sports-car vogue is putting new zip into all the American makers' offerings
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DICK REDDY
A VERY tired New York businessman decided that his personality was coming apart at the seams and went to a certain highly successful psychiatrist. Almost before his head touched the couch he was told to buy a sports car. The prescription worked so well that he now has four sporting irons (one with chrome-plated fenders), a new wife, and is allowed to address the two best mechanics in the Middle Atlantic states by their first names.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0035.xml
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26,27
Pictorial
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That’s My Boy?
Visiting day at Junior's camp, that sylvan paradise where Mama's sweet dear learns the wonders of nature and gnats
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SYD HOFF
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28,29,30,101,102,103
Articles
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Playground for Heroes
The story of the Polo Grounds and of the giants who made it a shrine
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W. C. HEINZ
ON the northeast fringe of New York’s Manhattan Island, where the Harlem River separates it from the Borough of the Bronx, there are seven and a half acres of flatland which are slowly receding into the river from which they were claimed. They are surmounted by an eightstory, green, concrete, wood and steel grandstand, built in the design of a horseshoe and seating 52,000 persons; and the whole is known as the Polo Grounds.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0037.xml
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cartoon
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“Maw’s Gittin’ Kinda Shiftless—second Time Ah’ve Ketched Her Hidin' Dirt Under Paw”
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0038.xml
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fiction
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A Free Man
There was a reward for turning state's evidence, a great reward
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BUDD SCHULBERG
MAGRUDER, the assistant D.A., was staring at him, and so were O’Keefe and Tomkins, the plain-clothes men who had got to be tabloid heroes by capturing him and Morelli. They were staring at him with a hard, knowing stare that made him study his hands and his feet as if he were seeing his body for the first time.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0039.xml
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33,34,35
Pictorial
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Esquire’s Lady Fair
PAT ON DECK Pert Pat Patteson goes overboard for sunny summer fashions that will make a splash in every port
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36,37,38
Pictorial
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Esquire's Avenues of Fashion
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0041.xml
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39,110
Articles
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Place Des Rêves
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ALEXANDER KIRKLAND
WHEN you stand at an open casement window in one of the great houses that form the octagon of the Place Vendôme in Paris, looking out on a level with the statue of Napoleon that tops the Austerlitz column, you feel that you are at once in the center of French history and at the top of French commercial elegance.
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“I'm a Stranger in Town and I Was Just Wondering If You Could Direct Me to Your House"
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The Texas Story
An open letter to Bernard Dorrity
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OH! Mr. Dorrity! What have you done! All my life I have wished to be a writer—a wonderful one like somebody told me you are— but how could I be for I am from Texas (please don’t tell anybody). You have inspired me, not to be a writer, of course, for what chance do I have, a “mangy . . . ugly yawping gal” like only exists in that vulgar old word Texas.
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42,43,113,114
Articles
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Vienna's Clinging Vine
If Vienna is a lovely woman, then Grinzing is the gleam in her eye...
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VERNON PIZER
SOME time before the days of Caesar an enterprising Roman with a wagonload of wine made the long, hard haul over the Alps to the fledgling village which was to become Vienna. He had no trouble selling out right down to the sediment, and he did much more than merely turn a quick profit: he established in his patrons an unquenchable thirst for wine.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0045.xml
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cartoon
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"Have You My Infantry Journal, Dear?"
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Utopia the Army Way
Where the Army is just like Mother, from cradle, as they say, to grave
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ERNEST LEISER
MY neighbor here in Frankfurt, Germany, is a colonel, and the most conservative of men. He dutifully avoids public discussion of politics but after a convivial Martini or two at home he makes no secret of his distaste for social experimentation. In soldierly tradition he doesn’t mince words : he says that all those radical innovations in government back in the U. S. are downright un-American.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0047.xml
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46,108,109
Fiction
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You Have to Sell Yourself
The author of The Hucksters moves to the man on the road
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FREDERIC WAKEMAN
And then there's the one about the traveling salesman bumping into this old customer he hadn't seen for years. "How's tricks, you old so-and-so," he says. And this customer answers, "Oh, fair to lousy." So the salesman says, "Now, don't be so modest, Sam, you old so-and-so.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0048.xml
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cartoon
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“Never Mind—i’ve Already Been Waited On”
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0049.xml
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48,49,100
Fiction
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Ten Weeks to Love
The arctic tern: he fights for life and little terns
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SALLY CARRIGHAR
<p>HE was only a pair of grey and white wings. passing with long, limber strokes up and down the shore; but stored under that cap of black feathers were memories that human travelers would ache with envy to share. For this arctic tern, now in Alaska, had two months before been in the Antarctic, fishing there too, but along a shore formed of ice.</p>
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0050.xml
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cartoon
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“You Better Get Married Again Right Away—before You Lose Your Nerve"
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0051.xml
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51,52,53,54,55,56,57,58
SPORTS
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Action Golf
Ten experts show you how to get the most out of your clubs. Here are your teachers: Jug McSpaden Jimmy Thomson Lawson Little Bob Hamilton Vic Ghezzi Jackie Burke Toney Penna Buck White Horton Smith AI Ciuci
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OSCAR FRALEY
GOLF is not an impossible game. Most duffers hurt themselves by trying to remember too many separate bits of instruction—eye on the ball, left arm free, right wrist under the shaft at the top of the backswing, hit from the inside out, follow through, and so on indefinitely.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0052.xml
article
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59,60,61,62,63
housing
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A House to Live With
Paul Rand, one of America's great graphic designers, builds a home
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A MAN who knew the secrets of living, Henry David Thoreau, once wrote: “I sometimes dream of a . . . house, standing in a golden age, of enduring materials, and without gingerbread work ... containing all the essentials of a house, and nothing for housekeeping .
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0053.xml
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64,65,104
travel
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Distant and Beautiful: Japan
The ancient arts and contemporary skills in the loveliest of modern landscapes. A Travel Article
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RICHARD JOSEPH
AT THE HOTEL IMPERIAL, TOKYO: A mild and minor earthquake shook this squat old building a few minutes ago, but it had no more effect on the place than the dropping of an olive out of a Martini glass in one of the four or five bars spread through the rambling lobbies and arcades.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0054.xml
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Confusion in Trumanland
Il presidente and his nephew, The Little Pigeon: a strange Sicilian view of America
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HERBERT KUBLY
THE last time I was there, in November, 1951, it was clear to the peasants and fishermen of Taormina, Sicily, that the two greatest living Americans were both named Truman. Sicilians use a man&rsquo;s two names in whichever order seems more pleasant, so you could never be sure when they spoke of Truman whether they meant Truman Capote or Truman Arry S.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0055.xml
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cartoon
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“Put That Down Someplace—i Want to Talk to You"
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0056.xml
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68,69,70
Personality
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The Loves of Hoffman
Good friend Irving Hoffman, critic and columnist to the trade
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JOSEPH WECHSBERG
IRVING HOFFMAN, cartoonist, columnist, drama critic and part-owner of a Tokyo geisha house, has given a new dimension to the old-fashioned word, love. Innumerable people between Broadway and Beverly Hills love Irving and Irving loves them, but this love is not always an expression of attachment, affection or admiration.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0057.xml
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supplement
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Bar Exam
Comes the time to ask yourself whether your bar and your spirits are both up to par
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GIVE us a man with an unquenchable thirst for cold drinks and curious gadgets. The fellow who knows that one of the most satisfying home hobbies is that of stocking and enjoying his own bar. The one with the seventeenthcentury crossbow above his bar and the 1953 wrought-iron stool in front of it.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0058.xml
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The Bar Essentials
Getting down to cases on the must-have must-know for every home bar
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BASIC LIQUOR STOCKS Bourbon Whiskey Rye Whiskey Blended Whiskey Scotch Whisky Canadian Whisky Irish Whisky Cognac Applejack Dry Gin Sloe Gin Vodka Light Rum Jamaica Rum CORDIALS AND APÉRITIFS Apricot Brandy Bénédictine Blackberry Brandy
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0059.xml
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The Corner Bar
Efficiency and elegance in a crowded room
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JULE R. VON STERNBERG
BUILT for rooms where space is precious, Esky’s convertible corner bar is a compact, mobile item that ought to go high on your list of make-it-yourself projects. The bar is easily made from material available in every town. Framing (see black panel below) is simple lumber, sides are 1/4" fir plywood, top is 3/4" mahogany plywood, Novoply, or fir plywood, painted or stained.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0060.xml
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Bar Bazaar
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As every big-city cliff dweller knows, bars that roll and lightweight equipment that carries or neatly packs away aren’t just luxury items, they’re practical necessities in small space. Esquire’s Bar Bazaar specializes in such convenience and mobility, not just for the crowded folk, but for any man who likes his parties efficient and neat.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0061.xml
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76,77
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The Complete Bar Gadgeteer
A home barkeeper's potpourri of the practical, the unusual, and the light fantastic
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0062.xml
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78
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Bar Atmosphere
Here's how to set the stage for the home drinking scene
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0063.xml
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79
cartoon
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“I’m Representing Both Dakotas"
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0064.xml
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80,81,111,112
Articles
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Gastronomy and Gaslight
John J. Cavanagh's restaurant—a large and juicy bite of Old New York
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J. R. GAVER
A CENTURY is nothing much to a mountain, but ten years is a long, long time in the big city. So little is left of what used to be New York that most people think the place has been torn down and built up again all new and vulgar; but as a matter of fact you can still go down to 23rd Street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, and eat where Diamond Jim Brady used to eat, and eat just exactly as well.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0065.xml
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cartoon
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“You Should Have Seen It Before I Shrunk It"
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0066.xml
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wearables
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Gary Cooper
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Man among men in Holly wood's long, lean frontiermarshal set, Gary Cooper leaves his cowboy duds in California while vacationing south of the border. No doubt now that the right man wearing the right clothes is a man among men in any set. These pictures were taken especially for Esquire at Pichilingo Beach, Acapulco, a private beach owned by the expresident of Mexico, Miguel Alemán and friends.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0067.xml
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84,85
wearables
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Nubby Touch: Summer Focus
You'll be wearing the new rough textures head-to-foot this summer, and mighty pleased with them
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ROUGHISH, raffish, easy on the eye, and easier on the guy wearing it is the summer version of the Nubby Touch—that rather crinkled, catchy look which is cropping up in all sorts of men’s apparel this year. Both of the chaps on the opposite page have resorted to the Nubby Touch in most of what they’re wearing.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0068.xml
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86,87
wearables
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Album of Fashion Candid
Fashions from Europe's leading capitals introduce new designs
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AMONG the pleasures of trips abroad are visits to worldfamed shops in London, Paris, Rome and elsewhere on the Continent where the traveler can replenish his own wardrobe and find the ever-important gifts for relatives and friends. In a sense these travelers are couriers of fashions—their selections influence their friends back home in choosing designs, colors and types of accessories.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0069.xml
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88
Articles
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Tips for Tatts
Tattersalls of Tasmania, the world’s biggest lottery—for men who live by luck
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CLEM OWEN
ONE day a few months ago guerillas ambushed a patrol near Kuala Lumpur in Malaya, and inflicted a single casualty—an Australian sergeant who was hit by a bullet which ricocheted off a tree, nicked his dog tag and spun on to make a superficial chest wound.
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The Night the Ice Cubes Came Late
The fuel line was leaking, Rich Phillip was drunk, the champ was out cold. But where was Cow John? WHERE WAS COW JOHN?
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JOHN HARROLD
THEY called him the General because his name was Lee, and they say he got his start in the saloon business back when he was peanut butcher on the old railroad&mdash;he bought a bottle of Dago grappa, borrowed a shot glass, and peddled the stuff at fifteen cents a shot up and down the trains along with his magazines and soda pop.
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"Hey, Mac—turkish Pin-ups!"
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"This'll Hold Us Till We're Able to Get a Waiter"
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“Henry Was Fascinated By Tahiti!”
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“Please, Ilga, Don’t Play Hard-to-get!”
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"Why Do You Want to Change It? Looks O.k. to Me"
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"When Is Your Fire Sale Going to Start?"
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"I Hope You Realize, Pierre, That This Might Very Likely Influence the Size of Your Tip!”
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0080.xml
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Wm. Sanderson & Son, Ltd.
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WM. SANDERSON & SON, LTD.
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0081.xml
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Suave
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0082.xml
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B. Maimon & Sons, Inc.: Coat
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B. MAIMON & SONS, INC.
coat
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0083.xml
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110
110
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Schieffelin & Co.,: Dagger Jamaica Rum
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Schieffelin & Co.,
DAGGER Jamaica Rum
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Quinac
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G. F. Heublein & Bro., Inc.
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G. F. Heublein & Bro., Inc.
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Eaquire Inc.
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Eaquire Inc.
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Esquire
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Drambuie
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0091.xml
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Esquire’s Bar Exam
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Before you can pass the Exam, on pages 71 through 78,you'll need some equipment and stimulants. Here's a list of stores where you'll find the necessities guaranteed to make you a full-fashioned member of the bar. The Bar Exam—page 71 Coach lamp. . . Robert Henry and Virginia Chappell Associates, 143 East 54th St., New York City, N. Y.
Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0092.xml
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0094.xml
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talking shop
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Talking Shop with Esquire
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116
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0096.xml
advertisement
117
117
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Saltwater Farm, Inc.
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SALTWATER FARM, Inc.
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0097.xml
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117
117
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Advertisement: Blue Denim
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BLUE DENIM
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0098.xml
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117
117
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Scintilla: Stain Sheets
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Scintilla
STAIN SHEETS
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0099.xml
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117
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0101.xml
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0104.xml
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Art Treasures of the World
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ART TREASURES OF THE WORLD
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123
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Seagram's Golden Gin and Tonic
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0106.xml
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124
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I. W. Harper Distilling Company: I. W. Harper
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I. W. HARPER DISTILLING COMPANY
I. W. HARPER
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Esquire_19530801_0040_002_0107.xml