People: People, Sep. 19, 1949

Winston Churchill, equipped with an imposing pair of binoculars, took in the races at Windsor, saw his grey colt Colonist II win its second race in two starts.

Elizabeth Arden Graham, shrewd careerist of paddock (Maine Chance Farm) and beauty parlor, observed: "Women and fine horses are much alike. It is strictly a matter of conformation."

Couturier Jacques Fath, in Dallas to accept a fashion prize from the Neiman-Marcus store, got all dressed up in native costume (Western-style plaid shirt by Jacques Fath, glass-studded white leather belt by Neiman-Marcus, blue denim britches by Sears,...

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