Sport: Records: Jul. 30, 1928

Mrs. Frances W. Capper made a hole-in-one at the Chestnut Hill Golf Club in Brookline, Mass. Then, just for practice, she took another shot from the same tee and, after a brisk walk of 150 yards, picked two balls out of the same cup.

As old as spitting on one's hands for efficiency is the trick of stuffing a sponge up a racehorse's nose to make him (or her) inefficient. It was tried last week at Empire City, N. Y., on a five-year-old mare named Alita Allen, a 4 to 5 favorite. But she won the race by four lengths, the sponge...

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