Sport: U.S. Open

U. S. Open

In no sport is the strain of a championship match so prolonged as in golf. Even in chess, which takes no account of the body, the strain ends when you stop playing, but a golf match can go on and on long after you have played your last stroke. Perhaps Joe Turnesa of Elmsford, N. Y., reflected on this paradox when, with his sticks put away, he stood in front of the Scioto Club (in Columbus, O.) and watched Robert Tyre Jones win the American Open.

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