Golf: Sep. 10, 1923

Miriam Burns, 23 year old coed of Northwestern University, won the Women's Western golf championship by defeating Louise Fordyce, 5 and 4, in the finals at Exmoor, Chicago. Four former champions were defeated in the couse of the tournament—Mrs. S. L. Reinhardt (Elaine Rosenthal), Mrs. Melvin Jones, Mrs. Frank C. Letts, Mrs. Dave Gaut.

The Shenecossett (New London, Conn.) invitation tournament attracted the best women golfers of the East, with the exception of Alexa Stirling. Glenna Collett, national champion, won the medal with an 80 and, playing through in the same form, secured the...

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