Sport: Duffers Ousted

The Professional Golfers' Association has fixed the stamp of official disapproval on the crowded entry list of the Open Championship. Last Summer 360 players teed off at Inwood, L. I.; the first Open Championship ever held (Newport, R. I., 1895) attracted only eleven men. The unwieldy groups attracted by the "open" feature of the tournament have worked a hardship to the first line players. Allowing three days for practice, the Open Championship consumed nine days. Restriction of the entry privilege will cut down the long qualifying period. The P. G. A. has ruled...

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