The smiling skipper behind the binnacle above may seem to be keeping a weather eye out for his wife and his child as they bounce along the waves, precariously perched in tandem on water skis. But this former naval person was cruising on a friend's yawl off the coast of Maine, 4,000 miles from the blue Mediterranean, where his wife and daughter, vacationing in Italy, were having their seagoing fun. If he had been closer, the Commander in Chief might have looked more alarmed than pleased. Less than a minute after the picture was snapped, Jackie, rendered unseaworthy by Caroline's wriggling, lost her balance and temporarily foundered.
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Aug. 27, 1962
- By Gwilym S. Brown
The British turned to youth in a determined effort to wrest the Curtis Cup away from a strong team of U.S. women golfers, but the results in Colorado Springs were an old, old story
- By Kenneth Rudeen
Over the line slipped a pair of Canadians to plunder our rich International Trot
- By Herman Weiskopf