Sport: Follow the Leader

Vacations are out for top-flight Washington officials this year; so are elaborate measures to keep physically fit. Some of the substitutes for long trips, extended holidays of sport:

> President Roosevelt plans a daily dip in the White House swimming pool.

> Henry Wallace still turns out at 6 o'clock to get in a few sets of tennis. On the courts of Washington's Wardman Park Hotel, he plays (lefthanded) a hard-plugging but ungraceful game with his sister or brother-in-law, Swiss Minister Charles Brugmann, occasionally matches strokes with other grade B-minus players like Nelson Rockefeller,...

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