By People Staff
November 16, 1992 12:00 PM

CLOTHIER

OUT

Arnold Scaasi

After four years with Barbara, he can take his place next to Adolfo in the First Lady Couturier Hall of Fame.

CLOTHIER

IN

Barbara/Jean Ltd.

Hillary shops off the rack at this upscale Little Rock boutique.

SOBRIQUET

OUT

Timberwolf Bush’s Secret Service code name.

SOBRIQUET

IN

Elvis

Bill Clinton’s idol—and nickname. (But the Secret Service calls him Eagle.)

SNACK

OUT

Pigskin

As in presidential pork rinds.

SNACK

IN

Melon

As in the juicy beauties from Clinton’s birthplace—Hope, Ark.—the Watermelon Capital of the World.

STATUS SYMBOL

OUT

Cigarette Boat

Except for the soon-to-be former President, who can now take a really long fishing trip on the 28-foot, twin engine Fidelity.

STATUS SYMBOL

IN

Vintage Mustang

Clinton loves to blow off steam in this 1968 aqua convertible that once belonged to his brother, Roger. And it’s like so cool with those shades.

HOSTESS

OUT

Georgette Mosbacher

The party is over for this socialite cum cabinet wife. She’s back in Manhattan selling a new line of makeup via infomercials.

HOSTESS

IN

Pamela Harriman

The premier Democratic-Washington party-giver since 1970, Harriman, 72, can still attract the A list to her Georgetown mansion.

FISH

OUT

Bluefish

Bush’s favorite catch.

FISH

IN

Catfish

The Clintons serve it—fried—at dinner parties.

ACCESSORY

OUT

Presidential Seal cufflinks

The Eagle landed on Bush’s sleeves.

ACCESSORY

IN

Saxophone pin

Supporters can wear a gold lapel pin inspired by the First Instrument.

OH, BROTHER!

OUT

Prescott Bush

With myriad business deals in Asia, including one involving the Japanese mob, George’s brother was accused of exploiting his Oval Office connections.

OH, BROTHER!

IN

Roger Clinton

After his bout with drugs in the ’80s, he now works as a production assistant on Designing Women and sings in an R&B band.

VEGETABLE

OUT

Potato(e)

Enough said.

VEGETABLE

IN

Sweet Tater

Clinton’s favorite. (Bonus veggie: broccoli—the Clintons like it!)

ELIXIR

OUT

Chinese Green Tea

President Bush sips this soothing Brew every day.

ELIXIR

IN

Mountain Valley Spring Water

Clinton guzzles this Hot Springs, Ark., water for his chronically hoarse voice.

ANIMAL

OUT

Millie

Yes, but the lame-duck, book-writing pooch can retire to a gravy-train life.

TEAM

OUT

Texas Rangers

Strike one: They had a losing record this year.

Strike two: They’re from Bush’s home state. Strike three: Bush’s son, George W. Bush, is a part owner.

TEAM

IN

Razorbacks

Chant Sooooey, along with the new Prez, for University of Arkansas teams.

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