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Sport: Pre-Titular

On the sedgy, low-lying Sasco links (Fairfield, Conn.) eight amateur golf notables of both sexes held a private pre-championship showing of their wares. They...

Sport: Eastern College Golf

Yale and Princeton went home from the intercollegiate golf matches at Siwanoy wearing half a laurel wreath apiece. Princeton retained the team championship,...

Sport: Apostate

U. S. linkswomen lost their breath. It was taken from them by Mary K. Browne, of Los Angeles Country Club. In 1912, 1913 and 1914, Miss Browne had U. S. tennis...

Sport: Florida Women's

Three famed and mighty women marched out upon the links at Palm Beach, prepared to do semi-final battle to find out who was the woman's golf champion of...

Golf: Jul. 7, 1924

British Open. Sleek, smiling, lavender-knickered, rubber-soled Walter Hagen padded softly across the 18th green at Hoylake, England, chipped from the clover,...

Golf: Sep. 8, 1924

¶ In Manhattan, faintly groggy after sailing through a North Atlantic hurricane, displaying sprigs of heather in their buttonholes, the ten British golfers...

Golf: Aug. 11, 1924

Canada. On the 18th green of the Beaconsfield course at Montreal, Que., a golf ball nestled close to the hole. Since sailing off the first tee it had been...

Sport: Women's Golf

Looking insufferably bored, Glenna Collett saw her ball dip over a swell of grass and disappear into the tenth hole of the course of the St. Louis Country...

Sport: At Cherry Valley

The best girls of Canada and France competed against the best girls of the U. S., and some of them were beautiful¬óbut it was not a beauty contest. They went at...

Sport: Providence Ho!

Golfing women of the U. S. consulted their professionals about form; their tailors about costume; their husbands or parents about travelling expenses ; their...

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