Sport: Ryder Rout

It was the last hole of the last match of the biennial Ryder Cup Tournament between U. S. and British golf professionals. Inches from the pin, sure of a four, lay the ball of British Open Champion Alfred Perry, one up after 35 holes of play. Thirty feet away, lying two, was the ball of U. S. Open Champion Sam Parks, noted when he won the championship last June for deliberateness approaching the fidgets. Deliberate now, while some 5,000 watchers held their breath, Sam Parks finally tapped his ball, rolled it squarely into the...

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