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Darling, I simply wouldn't miss it!

Nov. 13, 1961
Nov. 13, 1961

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Nov. 13, 1961

Point Of Fact
Yesterday
Big Decisions
A Smart Eagle
McNeeley
African Rescue
Massillon
Native Turkey
Track & Field
Boxing
Doc Williams
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Darling, I simply wouldn't miss it!

Not that I'm exactly a sports fan. Honestly, I don't think I could tell a basketball goal if my life depended. But the horse show? That's entirely different. I mean, there's so much to see. Take tonight at Madison Square Garden. Did you ever see anything so chic as Margo Barrett, there on the left? She was fabulous as Cleopatra at school. And those adorable ambassador types Just below. They run it all. That's Tubby Tuckerman, General Alfred Tuckerman, in the middle...

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...and simply fabulous people on every side of you! Look there on top: that's Mrs. Winston Guest—polo, you know—and Mrs. Yogi Berra just below her. He plays baseball in the summertime...

...and don't look now, but just to the left there is Jill St. John, Babs Hut ton's daughter-in-law! Imagine! You know, the starlet who married Lance Reventlow. He races something, cars, boats, never mind that but...

...see that cute blonde? Just above, I mean. Sue Wyman, she models and she came with Bert Firestone. Isn't that awful? I mean, you know he fell off a horse in the show. No, he wasn't hurt, but see there...

...Isn't that too sweetly naive? That little girl, I mean. Jane Pasciuti, her name is, from Yorktown Heights and she's actually patting a horse. Imagine! Well, I suppose horses are nice. If you like them, that is.

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