A NEW WOMEN'S GOLF RECORD
February 21, 1951 - Tampa Women's Open
A new women's golf record was established by Mildred (Babe Didrikson) Zaharias as she won the Tampa Women's Open. Her medal-play score was a record 288 for 72 holes. Medals and records were commonplace to Babe. She won two gold and one silver medal in the 1932 Olympics for the javelin throw, the 80-meter hurdles and the high jump, respectively. She was equally adept at basketball, baseball, billiards and golf; a member of the International Women's Sports Hall of Fame, LPGA Hall of Fame (Babe was a founding member of the LPGA), National Track and Field Hall of Fame, Olympic Hall of Fame and the World Golf Hall of Fame. We now refer to her as the Famous Babe Didrikson Zaharias.
The Real Differences
by William J. Clinton on Dec 31, 1969
"..."The real differences around the world today are not between Jews and Arabs; Protestants and Catholics; Muslims, Croats, and Serbs. The real differences are between those who embrace peace and those who would destroy it; between those who look to the future and those who cling to the past; between those who open their arms and those who are determined to clench their fists."..."
by Americas Founding Father
"...Presidents Day falls on the third Monday of February and the holiday honors Americas founding father and first President, George Washington. It was first introduced in 1879 to government offices and then expanded by 1885 to federal offices as well. Corporate offices also started getting the day off, but as the holiday has become more commercialized, and in turn, synonymous with discounts, many retailers are keeping their doors open for the holiday...."
The White House
about Valerie Jarrett
The White House has been on the defensive recently over its claim, repeated numerous times over the years, that under President Barack Obama's health care law, if you like your health plan, you can keep it.
White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett tweeted that "nothing in Obamacare forces people out of their health plans." We checked to see if that's right.
about Washington's Birthday
Washington's Birthday officially honors the life and work of George Washington, the first president of the United States. The day commemorates past presidents of the USA. Washington's Birthday is sometimes known as Presidents' Day. This is because while most states have adopted Washington's Birthday, some states officially celebrate Presidents' Day.
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