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August 23, 1965
Arnold Palmer climaxed a long stretch of bad luck by taking two bizarre two-stroke penalties on home grounds at the PGA in Ligonier, Pa. One private suffering along in Arnie's Army was more dismayed than most. "By golly, Arnie just hasn't been the same since he took my advice," said golfer Dwight Eisenhower, partially blaming himself for Palmer's ill fortune. And what did Ike advise? "I strongly urged him to give up smoking."
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A rather thoroughly outfitted King Gustaf of Sweden (below) went fishing for a fortnight in Lapland. Since Gustaf Adolf's catches of trout ran about half a pound each, it was something of a case of expecting sea monsters and catching minnows. The tone of the whole trip was more or less set at the beginning when, after a 435-mile flight from Stockholm, the 82-year-old monarch's helicopter made a forced landing on a mountainside. Day after day of rain followed, the king caught a cold and the catches remained comically poor. Finally Gustaf retreated to his lodge in the village of T�rna and good-naturedly settled for sessions of his favorite card game, canasta.

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