Sport: Who Won, Aug. 18, 1941

> Slammin' Sam Snead of Hot Springs, Va.: the Canadian Open golf championship; for the third time in four years; with a 72-hole total of 274 (71-68-66-69); over the Lambton golf course, Toronto. Snead, one of the world's greatest shotmakers, has never won a national U.S. golf championship.

> Joe Wood Jr., Yale '41, now pitching for the minor-league Scranton Red Sox: a no-hit, no-run game against the Albany Senators; 5-to-0; at Scranton, Pa. Watching his performance was Wood's father, famed Smoky Joe, who, by the same score, 30 years ago almost to the...

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