Sport: Ladies at Exmoor

For the last four years, most of the prizes for women's golf in the U. S. have been going to four young women of whom three--Virginia Van Wie, Helen Hicks and Maureen Orcutt—were in the field for last week's national championship at Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park. Ill. The fourth—Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare I—was more interested in her new baby than in golf. But there was someone to take her place: angular Enid Wilson, a tall, plain, extraordinarily placid English girl who has won her own national championship regularly for the last three...

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