Sport: Sarazen at Sandwich

Gene Sarazen did this spring what few professional golfers think is worth the trouble: he went into training. By eating vegetables and drinking water he removed 15 Ib. from his stumpy little figure. He was training to win the British Open, so he practiced on windy days at seaside courses because he expected bad weather abroad. When Sarazen went out to qualify at Sandwich last week, there was scarcely a breeze. He got in comfortably with a 149, a few strokes back of Tommy Armour, the defending champion.

At the top of his sure,...

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