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FRANK PACE JR.
May 27, 1957
Some of the sharpest shooters in the ancient and honorable game of golf are the top executives of blue chip corporations who appreciate the game's opportunities for active relaxation and easy camaraderie. One of the best is Frank Pace, shown above (right), with old pro Paul Runyan at this year's Bing Crosby Invitational, the new president of General Dynamics Corporation, a billion-dollar complex producing electronic devices that range from the atomic submarine to intercom systems. Pace, a 44-year-old Arkansan, has played in the National Amateur, won the '37 Arkansas Invitational and today still plays in the 70s. While in Washington as President Truman's Director of the Budget and Secretary of the Army, Pace was tennis champion of the Congressional Country Club and an executive member of the National Squash Racquets Association.
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May 27, 1957

Frank Pace Jr.

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Some of the sharpest shooters in the ancient and honorable game of golf are the top executives of blue chip corporations who appreciate the game's opportunities for active relaxation and easy camaraderie. One of the best is Frank Pace, shown above (right), with old pro Paul Runyan at this year's Bing Crosby Invitational, the new president of General Dynamics Corporation, a billion-dollar complex producing electronic devices that range from the atomic submarine to intercom systems. Pace, a 44-year-old Arkansan, has played in the National Amateur, won the '37 Arkansas Invitational and today still plays in the 70s. While in Washington as President Truman's Director of the Budget and Secretary of the Army, Pace was tennis champion of the Congressional Country Club and an executive member of the National Squash Racquets Association.

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