Mrs. G. Henry Stetson, mother of two debutante daughters, had no golfing style, but merely an impertinent putter. Mrs. Wright Goss, ten years ago the "perfect girl" of Vassar, had exuberant drives, but a nervous, jabbing putter. Mrs. Stetson defeated Mrs. Goss at the Merion Cricket Club, thereby winning the woman's national golf championship. Glenna Collett, the defending champion, had previously been eliminated.


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