Putting shop talk aside, this group of top aeronautic executives and government officials held an informal meeting of the exclusive Golfing and Inside-Straight Society and played their own tournament on the links at Pinehurst, N.C. Participant members (from left to right) are George Tompkins, president, Overseas National Airways; former Army Secretary Frank Pace Jr., now executive vice-president, General Dynamics Corp., and winner of the tournament; Juan Trippe, president, Pan American World Airways; Eugene Zuckert, attorney; Ramsay D. Potts Jr., attorney; Lewis C. Burwell Jr., vice-president, Flying Tiger Line; Robert Prescott, president, Flying Tiger Line; John Doerfer, commissioner, Federal Communications Commission; James Durfee, chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board; Marsden Blois, president, Miller and Lux; and Colonel Harmar Denny, member, Civil Aeronautics Board.
Table of Contents
Dec. 3, 1956
MELBOURNE GOES COSMOPOLITAN THE BELLES OF THE VILLAGE TALK TRACK, STAND-INS ON WHEELS MASON-DIXON FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS, CHARLEY, ROCKY AND DAYS OF AULD LANG SYNE
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Rousseau's quaintly mustachioed soccer players
- Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver
In Montana state fish and game officials war on the fibbing military, in Michigan a National Skeet Champion breaks an expensive bird, while in New Brunswick a deer-jacker shoots with strange result