TRADE: Ambidextrous Glove

Over a glass of beer at the New York World's Fair last summer pretty Florence Mistele, 18, design student, and handsome Richard Graham, 20, actor, hatched a solution to the age-old problem of what to do with one glove after the other is lost. This week their patented answer went on sale at Manhattan's swank Mark Cross Co. (leather goods). It was a glove which looked like a hand's pattern jig-sawed out of a board. It is made by sewing an identical back and palm to a leather ribbon edge. Loose and easy on the open hand, it bunches...

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