Sport: At Cherry Valley

The best girls of Canada and France competed against the best girls of the U. S., and some of them were beautiful—but it was not a beauty contest. They went at one another with clubs, at Cherry Valley, Long Island. Mrs. G. Henry Stetson of Philadelphia, took to the first tee a temperature of 102 degrees (la grippe). She came to the 18th green with a stroke score of 96, failing to qualify, losing her chance to defend the national golf championship which she won last year. Ada Mackenzie, Canadian, broke the women's record...

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