Sport: British Open

Golf tournaments quite often end with a dramatic situation like the one which occurred in the British Open at Carnoustie, Scotland, last week. Tommy Armour was waiting around the clubhouse with his long nose in a highball glass, wearing the sly expression which comes partly from the formation of his face, with its sloping forehead and weak chin, partly from the way his eyelid droops over his blind left eye. Out on the course, the man who seemed likely to beat him—Jose Jurado, a slight wiry professional from the Argentine—was playing his last round....

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