Paul Ebelhardt, agent for Ralph Lowe, signs sales slip after bidding in Heliopolis colt for $57,000, top price of night.
Mrs. Charles S. Payson, with Greentree Stud Trainer John Gaver, after winning bid for Hip 201 (below, opposite).
THE LATEST IN NEW IDEAS
Fishermen devise a new use for an old seashore standby—they call it tube fishing. And the kids who abandoned tubes for Dad's golf clubs preview in the USGA National Junior tournament
Tube fishing party digs into fried pompano catch. From left: Mrs. Thomas B. Watson Jr., wife of IBM board chairman; Mrs. Lloyd M. Powell; Ernest W. P. Vesey, Bermuda lawyer; Powell, president of Dictaphone Corp.; Mrs. Carroll Seghers II; Watson; Mrs. Brooks.
Van Wyck Mason, author of Colonel North series, hooks pompano from tube as storm gathers on horizon.
Robert Kirovac of Sharon, Mass. polishes driving form. At 13 he was youngest in tournament at Williamstown, Mass.
James Harris of Stillwater, Okla. strides up to first tee on way to his first round in 1-up victory over Gerald Zar.
Don Essig of Indianapolis, in plaid shorts, waits tensely for first match. He beat Frank Garvin, Englewood, Calif., 5 and 4.