Sport: At St. Andrews

Because the British amateur championship was the only major golf event which Bobby Jones had never won, because he privately admitted that to win it was his keenest ambition, because no matter how things might come out he was obviously the best golfer entered, critics in their despatches and sport followers in their talk discussed last week's tournament from a standpoint of "Jones against the field." But few experts figured that he was sure to win. Even the greatest golfer in the world must have a bad round now and then, and in any...

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