At Portrush

"Miss Wethered played with that calm concentration of hers which has the appearance of sheer boredom, while Miss Leitch, nervous before the start, gritted her teeth, stuck out her chin, and played with obvious fire and determination." Such was the cabled description of the fifth round of the British women's open golf championship at Portrush, Ireland. Joyce Wethered, "cool and collected," took the match from her older opponent by 6 up and 4 to play. Later she took the final round (7 & 6) from Mrs. F....

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