Sport: Armour v. Cooper

At the Oakmont Country Club, in a suburb of Pittsburgh, 24-year-old Harry Cooper of British birth and Los Angeles residence had been around the links four times last week in a total of 301 strokes, causing a number of people to go home thinking that they had seen the new U. S. open golf champion. Gene Sarazen had put away his clubs, with a 302. "Wild Bill" Mehlhorn of the mighty wrists had gone wild after a few under-par holes. Walter C. Hagen finished with an ignoble round of 81. Robert Tyre Jones, amateur,...

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