Sport: One

Playing with his friends the Viscount Ednam and Lieut.-Colonel Piers Legh, Edward Albert, Prince of Wales, last week came to the 220-yd. sixth hole at the Royal Wimbledon Golf Course, near London. As he teed his ball and attempted to intimidate it with the emphatic waggle which marks him as a mediocre golfer, it doubtless never crossed the Prince's mind that he might get a hole-in-one. Nevertheless, after a swing a little smoother and a click a little firmer than usual, the ball soared straight to the apron of the green, rolled...

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