PICTURE MOSAIC OF PEOPLE AT ATTENTION

The 93rd Yale-Harvard boat race, the 58th U.S. Open golf tournament and the first black-tie charity prizefight, between Joey Giardello and Franz Szuzina, drew these appreciative throngs
June 22, 1958

AT NEW LONDON, CONN.

Old Eli Thomas R. Trowbridge Jr., '31, and wife (right) await start.

Middy and Madras are worn by Mrs. Howard Young, Mrs. James W. Riley Jr.

Old Harvards, Samuel A. Welldon, '04 (left), former Ambassador Winthrop W. Aldrich, '07, watch regatta.

AT TULSA, OKLA.

Nubby straw tops intent Mrs. D. Brady.

Polka-dotted and patched W. A. Alexander chats with R. B. Warren Jr.

Frizzy straw caps fan at fountain by Southern Hills C.C.'s 12th green.

Fish and Sequins adorn hat of Mrs. Jewel White.

AT WASHINGTON, D.C.

Middleweight Joey Giardello (in robe, right) and entourage proceed dubiously to Shoreham hotel ring.

Empathic fan, Mrs. Roger Doulens, urges Giardello on in the 10th round.

Crowd of 850 on Shoreham terrace paid $25 apiece to attend dinner-fight.

Straws and Swimsuits are attire of Mmes. Peter Abbott, Peter Gagarin on Little Murlyn II.

Author John P. Marquand, Harvard '15, Donald Parson are aboard Zephyr.

Yales and dates aboard hired boat Gypsy sprawl on deck full of sun and Gemütlichkeit.

Skirt-whipping wind failed to allay the blistering 100° temperature, which made the tournament test of stamina as well as of golf.

Floppy beach hat shelters Ina Karns of Tulsa (left), while an absorbed spectator in a curious bandana has a bite.

Anxious Mrs. Vera Foster cheers for Giardello. He won.

German Minister's wife, Mrs. Franz Krapf, eyes Carmen Basilio, eying fight.

French ambassador Hervé Alphand points out the ring to his bride. It was the Alphands' very first prizefight.

NINETEEN PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)