Sport: The Masters'

Most sentimental and (next to the Open) toughest U. S. golf tournament is the Masters', played on Bobby Jones's "dream course" in Augusta, Ga. Most golfers hope that Bobby Jones, now 37, paunchy and a 40-to-1 shot, may still win this tournament. As the sixth annual Masters' began last week, favorites were Open Champion Ralph Guldahl, Hillbilly Sam Snead and lanky Henry Picard, last year's winner.

Bobby Jones cracked his drives as lustily and hit his irons as crisply as ever. But when a golfer competes in only one tournament a year, as Jones does now, the shots that count are...

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