Sport: Gobble

The best way to win an Open Golf Championship is to sit in the locker-room. No one knows this better than Thomas Philip Perkins, British amateur champion in 1928, runner-up to Bobby Jones for the U. S. amateur the same year. Month ago Perkins became dissatisfied with his job in a Manhattan brokerage company. He announced that he would become a professional golfer, set out to get himself a position by doing well in the U. S. Open at Flushing, L. I., last week. After the second...

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