Sport Notes, Dec. 9, 1929

Sold: Seventy-nine yearling trotters, year's product of the famed Walnut Hall Breeding Farm of Lexington, Ky., for $96,350. Steel. To save the skilled clubmakers of Scotland from competing with the cheap, excellent products of U. S. factories, the Royal & Ancient Club of St. Andrews has long refused to let anyone use steel-shafted clubs in British golf tournaments. Last week the Royal & Ancient Club met, announced that steel shafts would be all right. Their reason: scarcity of good hickory.


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