Sport: High Golf

At Mexico City's Chapultepec golf course, 7,500 ft. above sea level in the shadow of 17,888-ft. Popocatepetl, mature peons with bare feet and huge straw hats caddy for sleek young Mexican businessmen, Rockefeller Foundation doctors, energetic members of the embassies. At Chapultepec last week, in the qualifying round of Mexico's national amateur championship, scores by Mexico's best golfers and a dozen U. S. visitors were almost as high as Mexico's best golf course. The medal went to Percy J. Clifford, Mexican-born Briton, for a 75. Johnny Goodman of Omaha, onetime U. S. Open...

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