Sport: At Los Angeles

In the Los Angeles district there are more women capable of playing championship golf than in any other section of the country. The U. S. Golf Association took full recognition of this fact in giving the women's national championship to the Los Angeles Country Club—a sharply trapped, rolling course with an annoying barranco and plenty of trees. The California women who had been paying their fares eastward year after year were to be given a chance at home. Nevertheless, impartial critics did not give them much chance against the little group of top-notch players from the East—National Champion Glenna Collett; broad-shouldered,...

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