Sport: At Interlachen

In the uproar about Mrs. Helen Wills Moody's performance at Wimbledon two months ago, a phenomenally large amount of misplaced attention was devoted to the fact that she won her first U. S. Women's Singles Championship in 1923. Last week at the Interlachen Country Club near Minneapolis, sportswriters failed to get similarly excited about a sportswoman whose apparent immunity to the effects of time surpasses Mrs. Moody's. She was Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare, who won the Women's Golf Championship of the U. S. for the first time in 1922 and won it last...

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