Republicans: Straight Down the Middle?

Dwight Eisenhower was chipping and putting as if he were 37 instead of 73. In a charity match at Ardmore, Pa., last week, Ike paired up with Arnold Palmer, almost stole the affections of Arnie's Army in helping beat Dancer Ray Bolger and Golfer Jimmy Demaret three and two. Even with the match won, Ike insisted on finishing the full 18, stroked in a superb 40-ft. birdie putt over two rolls and a dip on the 17th green, left the golf course exuberantly, and cried to reporters, "I don't know what I would do without this game. I really love...

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