Foreign News: Troublesome Buttons

Having just administered a mild rebuke to the Germanic cult of Nudism (TIME, July 1), long-faced William Ralph Inge, Very Reverend "Gloomy" Dean of St. Paul's, appeared last week as leader of a men's dress reform movement—a group of churchmen, actors and professional men militating for less and more beautiful clothes for men.

Dr. Alfred C. Jordan, acting secretary of the movement, explained the purpose of the organization as follows:

"We want to make men's clothes less ugly, less unhealthy, and less cumbersome. The less clothing we wear, the better it is for...

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