Sport: Death of Fox

To an old lady who loved to play golf Death came last week.

Mrs. Caleb F. Fox of Elkins Park, Pa. (near Philadelphia), was the old lady. In 1895, she played in the first Women's National and scored 132. In the years after that she was seen walking briskly from tee to green on almost every golf course in the land. Dresses changed and women golfers got better. Golf became the national game and hoydens of 16 got so they could hit 200-yard drives. Mrs. Fox was not discouraged. As she got older, she took...

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