Sport: Golf in a Mist

Considerably less famed than the Walker and Ryder Cup play between the best U. S. and British male golfers, the biennial Curtis Cup matches are a healthy, respectable female counterpart. Last week in Scotland a picked U. S. team of five oldtimers and 18-year-old Patricia Jane ("Patty") Berg eked out a 4½-to-4½ tie, retained the trophy, which has yet to leave the U. S. Real winner was par which, ably assisted by the weather, gave both teams a sound trouncing.

The rolling beauty of the King's course at Gleneagles was a dismal sight the day of the matches. Haar," an especially bad...

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