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 women breathless with her mistressful national title play. But, having conquered the tennis world, Miss Browne did not, like Alexander, sit weeping. She turned her hand to golf and last week all but conquered another world.

Little was said when Miss Browne qualified for her first national golf championship with a 96 (rather high) over the Rhode Island Country Club links at Providence,...

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