Sport: Long Island Open

At St. Albans, L. I., gaunt of frame, seamed of face, James Maiden, professional of the Nassau Country Club, plugged along under a scorching sun and won the Long Island open golf championship. Starting with a dazzling 68, he slipped up ten strokes that afternoon, ran second to young Francis Gallett, Laurelton professional, at the end of the first day. Seventy for his third round helped, 74 for his fourth won the championship by two strokes. Gallett, whose huge drives and tiny putts scampered astray too often, took second money with 292.


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