Sport: Masters at Augusta

When the Augusta (Ga.) Masters' Invitation Golf Tournament started last week, excitement revolved around two onetime amateur champions: Bobby Jones, who won all four of the world's major golf championships in 1930; and Lawson Little, who won both the U. S. and British Amateur Championships in 1934 and 1935. The Masters' Tournament is played over a course Jones helped design, at a club he helps promote. For the last two years, newspaper reporters have excused his poor performance by explaining that he took his "duties as a host too seriously." This year...

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