Sport: Two Men & a Boy

The way one old Master saw it, this year's Masters' golf tournament in Augusta, Ga. would separate the men from the boys. And the boys, said 1935's Winner Gene Sarazen, "are going to make us old-timers look like dubs . . . They'll set up scoring marks we never thought of." For a couple of grey and rainy days last week, Oldtimer Sarazen had the look of a prophet. Billy Joe Patton, 31, a drawling lumberman from Morganton, N.C., fired a fine 144 on the first 36 holes and came up to the halfway mark one stroke ahead of the pack....

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