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Edited by Robert W. Creamer
November 22, 1976
POLITICAL GOLF BALL Jimmy Carter's sporting interests are coming in for attention. His well publicized participation in softball games during the campaign served as something of a counterbalance to Gerald Ford's equally well publicized career as a center on the University of Michigan football team. Now that Carter is taking over the Oval Office, an aide was asked about the President-elect's other sporting interests, specifically golf, which both Ford and Richard Nixon are so fond of playing. "Golf?" the aide said, as though Carter had been charged with creeping Republicanism. "No, Jimmy never took much to golf. He plays tennis a bit, loves fishing and is crazy about auto racing. But golf? Forget it."
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November 22, 1976

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As Kapaa Coach Glenn Hayashi said, amid exuberant hand-slapping congratulations in the winners' locker room, "We've been waiting 30 years for this, and the pressure was beginning to build."

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