Bon Voyage to the Ball Game

Nov. 26, 1962
Nov. 26, 1962

Table of Contents
Nov. 26, 1962

Bear's Bad Day
Ancient Warrior
Three Girls
  • A covey of attractive young girls, whose riding styles are as different as their personalities, has brought a fresh wave of excitement to the autumn horse show circuit by competing often and successfully with the very best male equestrians from the U.S. and other lands

Army's Dietzel
Amateur Athletics
Pro Football
Cursed Swamp
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Bon Voyage to the Ball Game

Robert Behnke is president of the Alumni Association of the University of Washington, and you don't find him at home when the Huskies are playing football. Nor do you find him or his friends snarled in Seattle's game-time traffic. Like many of their neighbors around Lake Washington, the Behnkes (left) cruise to the game from their home and tie up right alongside the stadium. En route to the game with California, Behnke and his fellow rooters (above) found ways to make the 20-minute trip a truly bon voyage.

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Those who boat to Husky home games customarily arrive early and continue their impromptu parties and lunch at dockside, then walk up to the stadium, as Robert Behnke and his wife Sally are about to do (above). The Huskies themselves (left) contributed their bit to the day by beating California 27-0, and on that happy note the football fleet headed home, its spirits only slightly dampened by 20-knot winds and a driving rain.