Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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8 GolesbufQ Registe^Mail, Goltiburg, HI. Thur^doy, April 26, 1973 Best Legs: ucmtm (VPi) - British girls, iceordiflg to a somy releised t<Mlay, have tb« loveliest legs in fhirope. Hie surveydft^jtui hy coincidence —wefe British. Seamus Mahar, a 2l>year-old marlcetiag executive, reported that a 2 (Nnan team checlced the legs of 2,000 girls in European countries to test |im^6ts tor a new iirand o( leg eoHneUei. niiy rated tM lt|t <»f BriUSh girls loveIist^"«lnoit Ideal.** Scandinavian girls csme sec* ond. Ilieir legs are "petite but not slcinny, with a fine texture and no skin bleniish." French girls drew praise for their "attractively athleUc" legs, but the team found the legs of German girls less than wunderbar^indeed, it said they were "muscular and hairy." As fbr Italians, perhaps because of too much pasta, their legs suffer from "not enough definition." BAND LEADER I Party and ploy right For thes« impoHonl moments. Daring baring look for great goings-on anywhere. Carefully crafted for comfort. No Extra Sizst Over Rogers Shoes E. Main ». Shakespeare Scholar Gives Name of Bard^s 'Dark Lady' II LONDOW (UW) - A British historian said todsy he has solved one of the great literary mysteries-the Identity of the "dark lady" in the sonnets of William Shalcespeare. Alfred L. Rowse said, hoW' ever, that the "dark lady" was no lady. Her name, Rowse said in "Siakespeare the Man," a biograirfiy published today, was Emilia Lanier, a half-Italian, half-English daughter of Elizabethan court musician Baptist Bassano. ' She was a mistress of the queen's lord chamberlain and many other men, became pregnant and, for the sake of appearances, Rowse said, was married off to court musician William Lanier. But she went on to have affairs with many men, among them William Shakespeare, Rowse said, and inspired him to write the "dark lady" sonnets. Rowse said he Identiiied the "dark lady" in Oxford's Bodies an library while researching the writings of astrologer and physician Simon Forman, "who^ taiew almost everybody in Elizabethan London." Miss Lanier, according to the writings, consulted Forman as an astrologer and had a Platonic affair with him. Forman wrote, "it seems she is or will be a harlot." He also noted she was "very brown in youth." ''Evidently she was exceptionally dark, to a degree that struck people," Rowse said. Although Forman's notes do not link Shakespeare with Miss Lanier, Rowse said, the notes confirm completely details in the sonnets in which Shakespeare "told us everything about himself and his dark mistress except her name." jiiiiiii .-''•III Jilt,;;, 1. Ride ^Eni'-Oriental Style A young Cambodian soldier sits atop a stone lion in front of a temple as he stands guard during a government operation about 21 miles south of Phnom Penh. 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FASHION FABRICS This group of better fabrics includes thi following items polyester cotton bleno knits, !00'. polyester single knits, '.pun crepes, ponne boucle" irepei, puikcini ciepe prints, luchel kmfs, solid polyester cfepe, cotton sateen prints, cotton knit*,, ucetcfe double knits, and others -J 'j ' to 60" wide on holts 88 < 3,900,000 YARDS DRASTKAUY REDUCID ! 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS Supci sut.iiLj ut liult piiLc- Uc-siyiiei It-ngf J- uin Uy c i. I Uc cju ui 58 YD. PAnmC SAYS "THANK YOU" TO MOM THAN SOb.OOO FASHION KNITS Fantoitic »avingt on }iiO% omtl triocatott fashion kniU. 45" «o 54" wido and in doiignor* iMigthi. Eoty cwa machino wath and dry. Chooso from a •oloction of solid* and prints that art groat for hieusos ond •poitswoori YO. Bom Bex OHOUPAOI PURSE BOXES Punpltln Bex Pe your own thing-Carry your own crtotionl Do. ceupogo purst boxos in a wido variety of si us and shopoi, (ust right for tho boginnor as wolt as Iho export. Tolce advantage of our lew, low spring sole price. »2" 14. Jhbrlflc FABRIC CCNTiRS STORE HOURS: Mon., TuM.. Wod., Thui. St Sal. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. Friday 10 A.M. - 9 P-M. $und»y 12 A.M. - 5 P.M. Prices Good Thru THUR., MAY 3, 1973 342-8231 1964 N. HENDERSON ST. I * MILL CONSESSIONS ' WAREHOUSE CLOSE-OUTS ' SAVE

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