Sport: Miss Collett

After Miss Glenna Collett of Providence was defeated for the British Women's Open Golf Championship a month ago, she hurried to Switzerland and to Italy, rode on trains, looked at lakes, "forgot golf."

Last week, at Versailles, France, there assembled 21 British* girls, 9 French girls, 2 Americans!†—contenders for the Women's French International Golf Championship.

As a steamboat cuts through billows, Miss Collett attained the finals. Her ultimate opponent—wide-eyed, 17-year-old Mlle. Simone Thion de la Chaume—kept step with her for 18 holes, then "cracked," lost four straight holes, became dormie two, eventually lost, 3 and...

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