Sport: Gardner Loses

The sport world was reminded last week that in connection with Robert A. Gardner of Chicago, one-time (1909) Yale pole-vaulter, it must think of not just one little white ball, but two. No small baggy-pants of the caddy-shed, no large baggy-cheeks of the locker-room, but knows that tall, slender, white-flanneled Robert A. Gardner of Chicago won the national amateur gold championship in 1909 and in 1915; and that he is captain of the U. S. Walker Cup (golf) team. But some had forgotten, until he swished his long-handled bat in the long dark-walled courts...

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