Sport: Women's Western

Western women found a stranger in their midst. Polite to her, they did everything they could to undermine her position. They played on her every trick that strength and skill devise. Over the golf course of the Lake Geneva (Wis.) Country Club, the stranger matched them trick for trick. She was Mrs. Harry Pressler of Los Angeles, playing and winning her first tournament for the Western Women's Golf Championship.

Early in the matches the strong, deft arms of Elaine Rosenthal Keinhardt, wife of Sylvan Louis ("Spider") Reinhardt (onetime footballer), eliminated Dorothy Page, defending champion....

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