MEN WITH STICKS
From Key West to California—and back across the nation—men were swinging sticks; some for fun, like the President and Ben Hogan; some for money, like Tommy Bolt; and some, it would appear, for blood, like the hockey pros opposite
An intense Ike appears worried only about chip shot during practice on Key West baseball diamond during two-week vacation in Florida.
A relaxed Hogan enjoys life and a low-pressure round of golf in pro-amateur before Los Angeles Open.
An ecstatic bolt yells for joy as 30-foot putt drops during second round of Los Angeles Open, later was even happier over 8-under-par 63.
Two high-sticking hockey players form dramatic picture of assault in silhouette as part of fast-skating and furious action during a National Hockey League game between the New York Rangers and Detroit Red Wings in Madison Square Garden.
WOMEN WITH CATS
Furry and smooth, large and small, cats—and their admirers—descended on New York's Belmont Plaza for the 39th annual show of the Empire Cat Club
Silver Persian Mademoiselle Muffet of Calvert won the second-best-in-show award for owner, Mrs. Thomas L. Martinke.
Sleek Siamese, nap disturbed by one of show's hard-working stewards, heads for judging bench and a chance at a blue ribbon.