Nation: Field Mice Beware

Jack Kennedy enjoys golf, and has played eight times since his inauguration. But the details of his linksmanship were one of the Administration's best-kept secrets—until last week. Then, for the first time, the President permitted himself to be photographed on a golf course, along with other members of a family foursome that included his father, Joseph P. Kennedy, and Brothers-in-law Stephen E. Smith and Peter Lawford. Even then, the President declined to pose with a club in his hands, and reporters were allowed to witness only the first teeoff.

The President swung smoothly...

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