Sport: Who Won, Sep. 4, 1933

¶MacDonald Smith, who takes fewer divots and wins fewer tournaments than any other equally able golfer in the U. S.: the Western Open Golf Championship; with 282, to Tommy Armour's 288; at Olympia Fields, Chicago. On the second day of the tournament, detectives discovered that Chicago's Public Enemy No. 4, "Machine Gun Jack" McGurn, was playing in it under his real name of Vincent Gebardi. They arrested him for vagrancy at the eighth tee, where his score was one under par, accompanied him for the remaining holes. Disturbed, Golfer McGurn took an...

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