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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...
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...
July 04, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Can polo be popularized? (Asked at Palm Beach and the Dominican Republic.)
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...