People: Jun. 23, 1967

The 65 girls in the graduating class of the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, Pa., listened with solemn commencement faces as Dwight Eisenhower, 76, spoke to them of the glories of education and the unwisdom of picking a political leader "by his beauty or by his shock of hair." All of a sudden the girls began giggling and looking nervously at their knee-length skirts. The former President, basing his remarks on the fact that "I have been looking at good-looking girls since I was six," sounded off with some unexpected and decidedly unpolitical opinions...

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