Sport: Providence Ho!

Golfing women of the U. S. consulted their professionals about form; their tailors about costume; their husbands or parents about travelling expenses ; their time tables about trains for Providence, R. L, where the women's national championship will open Sept. 1.

From Atlanta, came word that Alexa Stirling, champion in 1916, 1919, 1920, was still too fragile after her recent appendicitis operation to enter the lists.

The Fairfield (Conn.) Country Club ranged some pre-tournament mixed foursomes, wherein National Cham pion Edith Cummings, one-time Champions Glenna Collett (1922) and Marion Rollins (1921), and...

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