Sport: Little Slam

When Robert Tyre Jones Jr. won all four of the world's major golf champion-ships—U. S. and British Open, U. S. and British Amateur—in the single season of 1930, he accomplished a feat which seemed clearly incomparable. At Cleveland last week, another golfer accomplished a feat which, if not quite the equal of Jones's "grand slam," was definitely comparable to it and in some respects even more remarkable. William Lawson Little Jr. of San Francisco won the U. S. Amateur Championship for the second year in a row, after winning the British Amateur in...

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