GOLFING IN THE CROSBY MANNER
Bing teams with Ben Hogan in the pro-amateur match of his Monterey Peninsula tournament and shows how to cope with foul weather and foul lies (for full results see page 41)
Bell-bottom knickers, bell-sleeve alpaca cardigan on Crosby set the style, keep out damp of rain-soaked fairways.
Beachhead lie below the 16th hole is established as on fairway by official. Bing then took preferred lie, moved the ball from rock to sand, took two wedge shots to clear the cliff side, landed in a trap. Hogan shot third straight birdie to save hole.
UNDER A WIND-BENT CYPRESS, GOLFER CROSBY CRAWLS AFTER ERRANT BALL. SQUINTING OVER THE TWISTED TRUNK, BING TAKES MELANCHOLY LOOK AT NEARBY BUT ALMOST INACCESSIBLE GREEN. CALLING FOR FOUR-IRON, CROSBY MADE FINE PITCH TO GREEN, MISSED AN EASY PUTT
DEFYING FROST AND STORM
Skiing regulars in the Laurentians sparkle with a sporting look that includes exotic furs, traditional sweaters and an apres-ski uniform of tight pants with a difference
Snow-Flake pattern cardigan, in traditional Canadian design, was knit by Lyse Harwood of Verdun, Quebec.
After-Ski uniform for Mt. Tremblant regulars: white shirt, black pants for girls, sport jackets for boys. From left: Wayne Goss, Archie Douglas, Waterbury, Conn.; Mar-got and Peter Murray, New York; Mary Ellen Flynn, Peabody, Mass.; Lawrence Harrington, Boston; Jinx McLucas, Grosse Pointe, and Frank Murray. Murrays are brothers and sister.
After-Ski suit, from Swiss Fashion Exporters, is worn by Kay Murray of Iowa City who flew up with Ralph Heninger (rear) in his plane.