Golf: Jul. 14, 1924

In France. The birchwoods surrounding La Boulie, echoed and resounded with a great crashing. Peering Out of the forest, woodsmen sought the cause of the disturbance, discovered a ponderous Englishman pounding his golf ball about the local links. When the forest was quiet once more, news went abroad that Cyril Tolley, long-smiting amateur ex-champion of Britain, was open champion of France. To two methodical 73's, Tolley on the second day added a 71 and a 73— a total of 290. Sleek "Walto" Hagen spurted through the rain into second place, lacing out a...

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