At Apawamis links (Rye, N.Y.), the Seniors— held their annual tourney. A central figure was perennial Horace L. Hotchkiss, 81, "Father of the U.S. Seniors' Golf Association," who made a valorous 112.

The first man of all proved to be Hugh Halsell (aged "between 60 and 65") of Dallas and Sleepy Hollow, whose 156 strokes for two journeys over the par 71 route won the title —the first time it had ever been won in less than 160.

Until Mr. Halsell's score, Frederick Snare of Garden City (L. I.), President...

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