People, Oct. 10, 1938

In the second round of a fight in London, 224-lb. Pugilist-Singer Jack Doyle ("The Irish Thrush"), who year ago announced he would give up fighting because "it's too brutal," let go a roundhouse right, missed, fell between the ropes, struck his head on the edge of the ring, knocked himself out.

In London, publicity-wise Dress Designer Elsa Schiaparelli opened her fall show. Excerpts from the catalogue (called "Trajectory"): "Coats & jackets foretell the future, their insides stuffed with baby feathers. . . . Hats made of fur or fluff come within the realm of...

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