Sport: Hagen Drubbed

When anyone's hands blister playing golf it means that the player is just learning the game or that he has not played for a long time. Walter Hagen, after one day's practice in England where he had gone to play Archie Compston a match for $3,750, got a big water blister on the pad of flesh at the base of the little finger of his right hand. One English sports writer said that the match ought to be postponed. Hagen wanted it postponed himself. He explained that he had come all the way from Los Angeles in twelve days, and that...

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