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March 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
ROBERT J. SWEENY, London and Palm BeachGolfer:"I've never played against anyone who deliberately cheated. However, there are few amateur golfers in amateur tournaments. That's not 100% honest. Two former pros, Chuck...
April 11, 1955
Locker room tableau at Seminole includes (standing left to right) Ronald Balcom, Palm Beach; Paul V. Shields, New York broker; E. B. McLean, Palm Beach; Henry Ford II, Detroit auto manufacturer; Tommy Armour, golf...
July 04, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Can polo be popularized? (Asked at Palm Beach and the Dominican Republic.)
July 11, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
BOB SKENE, Los AngelesOne of the three10-goal players in U.S."Only if polo fields are in centers of cities and easily reached. In Buenos Aires and Calcutta, where I have played, they draw tremendous crowds. The...
The Question: Which is the gamest fish to land? On what tackle? (asked at the First International Women's Fishing Tournament, Pa
February 06, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. ALLISON (LIZ) FELITASWilmington, Del."The white marlin, using a nine-thread line. That's better than trying to show off with a two-, three-or six-thread line. Pound for pound, the white marlin is the...