Sport: Answer at Oakland Hills

At the North Shore Golf Club near Chicago, Golfer Ralph Guldahl leaned over a 4-ft. putt and sighted it. Sinking it meant a tie for the U. S. Open Championship. Golfer Guldahl missed. That was in 1933.

Last week at the Oakland Hills Country Club in Birmingham, Mich., Golfer Guldahl had another short putt on the 18th green of his last round in the Open. This time he sank it. This time it meant not only winning the championship but doing it by two strokes, 281 to Sam Snead's 283, and breaking by...

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