THE PRESIDENCY: Sport of Presidents

No President since Roosevelt I had the huge capacity of Roosevelt II to enjoy what he enjoyed last week. Far at sea east of the West Indies, his exact position unknown to the entire world, he played defending the Western Hemisphere with the bulk of the U. S. Navy. Submitting himself to strict wartime naval censorship, Commander-in-Chief Roosevelt dropped out of sight with Admiral Leahy on the cruiser Houston after steaming in for a close look at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, receiving Governor Lawrence Cramer of the Virgin Islands on board in St. Thomas Harbor, and paying a courtesy call...

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