Through sunshine and showers President Roosevelt and Secretary of the Treasury Woodin motored conspicuously together down U. S. Highway No. 1 to Quantico, Va. Saturday afternoon. At the Marine Barracks dock they boarded the trim white yacht Sequoia which promptly cast off for a week-end cruise down the Potomac. Shortly before dark a bad storm swept the river. A near-gale staggered the Sequoia, threatened to blow her ashore. Her pitching and tossing, amid the crash of wind, rain and thunder, broke up the President's dinner, sent him up on deck to gauge the...

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