Sport: Again, Little

To Brookline, Mass., went 184 golfers last week to play for the U. S. Amateur Championship. Instead of the customary 36 holes of qualifying medal play, followed by four days of match play, the U. S. Golf Association this year decided to try six straight days of match play. Upsets, as common in golf as they are rare in tennis, were even more numerous than usual.

¶ At Brookline in 1913 a 20-year-old named Francis Ouimet beat two of the world's most famed golfers. Ted Ray and Harry Vardon, in a play-off for the...

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