Tee-hee and O Pshaw!

Aug. 07, 1961
Aug. 07, 1961

Table of Contents
Aug. 7, 1961

Table of Contents
Kids And Kubs
Tragic Climb
  • This is the traditional boast of the pleasant upstate New York community whose magnificent racecourse holds its annual meeting in August, when New York City's tracks are closed. Here, horse and rider gallop through a workout in early-morning haze.

Herb Score
Horse Shows
Chess Champion
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Tee-hee and O Pshaw!

These ladies are guests of Lowell Thomas, who understandably is hiding elsewhere. Once a year Mr. Thomas opens his private golf course in Pawling, N.Y. to a group of golfing clubwomen at a time when "I usually have to be in Africa." The festivities this year were much as usual—the usual number of balls deep in the pond, the usual number of ladies deep in the rough and the usual number of divot holes deep in the greens. But a good time was had by all, including Mr. Thomas, who was not in Africa but playing golf himself—three miles away.

This is an article from the Aug. 7, 1961 issue Original Layout

The "Prettiest woman in Pawling," Margaret Johnson, prettily regrets a divot, while Mrs. Clifford Smith (right) seeks a ball in the rough.