Sport: Women Golfers

At Newcastle, Ireland, 64 temperamental lady golfers gathered to play for the British championship. Agitation overcame the only U. S. entrant, Grace Amory of West Palm Beach, in her match against the French champion, Francine Tollon. On the 10th green she flopped on the ground, squeaked "oh my, how exhausting the tight matches are," lost on the 17th. Sheep-faced Diana Fishwick, who was champion in 1930, broke the course record in a qualifying round, got put out of the tournament by one Clarry Tiernan who, perturbed by her achievement, ran to hide in...

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