Sport: With Niblick and Spade

U.S. golfers have stayed away from the links in large numbers since gas rationing began. Last week they were urged to resume play by no less an authority than Manpower Commissioner Paul V. McNutt. Surprised to learn that many golfers feared golfing would be considered unpatriotic, Duffer McNutt (hundred-and-eighties) told Ed. Dudley, president of the Professional Golfers' Association: "If country clubs can provide horse-drawn vehicles to get their players to the courses or if the people can reach them by public conveyances, there is no reason why they should not play...

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