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PAT ON THE BACK

Aug. 13, 1956
Aug. 13, 1956

Table of Contents
Aug. 13, 1956

Brooklyn's Money Men
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Wonderful World Of Sport
Boating
Horses
Acknowledgments
X-Ray
Sports Of The Presidents
  • From the age of 9 Ulysses S. Grant's passion for horses was excelled only by his genius at breaking, riding and driving the most fractious of them

Mr. Caper
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

PAT ON THE BACK

G. SPENCE HANNA
Winner of the Dulles Regatta held off Sodus Point on Lake Ontario with Selene, his mahogany-hulled Dragon-class sloop, Hanna (left) receives the trophy awarded each year by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. The Secretary, who maintains a retreat on nearby Duck Island, has himself sailed eastern Lake Ontario waters for many years.

This is an article from the Aug. 13, 1956 issue Original Layout

BOB McCALL
A hole in one on the 132-yard 26th hole was the deciding factor in the 27-year-old McCall's one-up victory over Bob Shave Jr. in the Ohio Amateur championships. Sharing a hold on the winner's trophy is Bob's bride of five months, Jean, who was so overcome by the excitement of the match that she fainted dead away on the course.

GENERAL J. FRED MILES
At 74 a prominent Kentucky horseman for decades, General Miles now owns his own track in Louisville where he has set up the Hall of Fame of Kentucky jockeys. Here in the Hall he stands (left) with Jockey Roscoe Goose before a portrait of Goose taken after his 1913 Derby win on Done-rail at 91-1. Donerail was greatest Derby long shot.

THREE PHOTOS