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These 1933 and 1934 photos will give some indication as to what golfing togs looked like during the early Thirties. Depicted in the first image are four actors of the Hollywood tribe: Adolphe Menjou (clad in plus-fours), a slovenly Johnny Weismuller, Bruce Cabot and Richard Arlen. Full-cut trousers were the rule of the day, as can clearly be seen in the second photo that was indifferently ripped from the browning pages of "Delineator Magazine", which also shows a smashing linen shirtwaist dress that was worn on the Bermuda links.

     


1930s Golf Attire (Photoplay Magazine, 1934)

1930s Golf Attire (Photoplay Magazine, 1934)

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