Sport: Who Won, Jun. 29, 1942

> Little Ben Hogan, red-hot, ice-veined Texan: the Hale America golf tournament, war-benefit substitute for the U.S. Open; with a 72-hole total of 271 (72-62-69-68); at Chicago's Ridgemoor Country Club. Though Hogan has been golf's leading money winner for the past three years, it was his first major championship. His second-round 62 set a new U.S. national tournament record. He has averaged 70 strokes per round in close to 200 rounds of tournament play —a record no U.S. golfer has ever approached.

The putter and ball he used on the final green were auctioned...

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