RICHARD S. TUFTS
Richard S. Tufts, 59, of Pinehurst, N.C. this month was nominated to be the next president of the United States Golf Association, a nomination that is tantamount to election. Chairman of seven USGA committees since he became a USGA official in 1942, the quietly efficient Tufts is generally acknowledged to be just about the best-grounded official golfdom has. The modest Tufts, who plays in the middle 70s, comes from a golfing family. His grandfather, James Tufts, was the man who founded the famed colony at Pinehurst.
Maurice (Maury) Stans, a 47-year-old Chicago CPA whose recess appointment as Deputy Postmaster General will be up for Senate confirmation this January, is one of the nation's most noted big game hunters. Shown here with a 52-inch-horn greater kudu bagged in Tanganyika in 1950, Stans greatly prizes his honorary membership in the East African Professional Hunters Association. He and his wife, Kathleen, also a big game hunter, have presented a number of their trophies to the Children's Nature Museum in Rock Hill, S.C.