Sport: Another Patty Berg?

The best women golfers in the U.S. include Helen Silleck Holleran (co-owner of the New York Yankee baseball empire), Sylva Annenberg Leichner (niece of Publisher Moe Annenberg) and Grace Amory (ex-stepsister of Turfman Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt). Last week in Brookline, Mass., these gold-spoon golfers and no other top-flight amateurs matched strokes for the Women's Golf Championship of the U.S.

In the medal round Miss Amory shot 76, low score of the day. But after the first round of match play, she was on the sidelines. So was Mrs. Holleran and Defending Champion Betty Jameson, generally considered the ablest of America's golfing sorority,...

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