Tolley's Book*

Golfer Tolley, behemoth of Britain, open champion of France, onetime amateur champion of England, captain of the lately defeated British Walker Cup team, has, like many another sport notable, thriftily put his prominence to account. A book bearing Tolley's name on its spine has appeared in U. S. book stalls.

The first ten chapters, replete with graceful, pipe-in-mouth poses by the author, meticulously initiate the duffer into the serious mysteries of golf. Like any instruction book, this part is all very involved and reiterative, so...

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