Sport: Golf Over 55

Frederick Snare is 77, has five great-grandchildren. John H. Allen is 83. Findlay S. Douglas was already voting when he won the U. S. Amateur golf championship in 1898. Frank T. Heffelfinger, cousin of Yale's Immortal Pudge Heffelfinger, was born before the Franco-Prussian War.

Last week, on the rolling links of the hallowed Apawamis Club at Rye, N. Y., these oldsters and some 300 others—including Surrogate James A. Foley, onetime U. S. Attorney General William D. Mitchell and Major General James G. Harbord, board chairman of Radio Corporation of America—jogged around in pursuit of the U. S. Senior Golf Championship, last stand...

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