Golf: Jul. 13, 1925

French Champion. At Chantilly, France, A. M. Vagliano dug his ball out of the cuppy, sandy lies; kept it out of the briars and birchwoods along the boundaries; evaded the gullies near the clubhouse; holed his putts on the bleached, worm-ridden greens. Against him played strapping André Gobert, onetime French Davis Cup (tennis) player. André is a newcomer to golf, stiff of wrist, mathematical with his backswing, monstrously strong at long shots; but he needs his gracious, white- toothed smile for such opponents as Monsieur Vagliano. The latter vanquished André, 6 and 4 in 36...

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