March 1960
New Yorker;3/5/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p32
The article discusses an event wherein a man was dissatisfied about his clothing. He claimed that they were longer than he liked it to be and a bit too wide at the cuff. The fitter made necessary diagnostic measures. The trousers were a trifle long. He would see that they were properly altered, but there was nothing to be done about the width.


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