Sport: Boys' Golf

At Shinnecock Hills, L. I., Stewart Sheftal, 17, learned his golf. He has since been an expatriate, living in Paris. Last week he crossed the English Channel, went to Formby, England, defeated Archibald Dobbie, Scotch lad, for the British boys' open championship, 6 and 5. His was the eighth victorious U. S. invasion of notable British golf tournaments.*

* The British open was won by Walter Hagen in 1922, 1924, 1928; by Robert Tyre Jones Jr., in 1926, 1927; by James ("Long Jim") Barnes in 1925. The British amateur was won by the late Walter J. Travis in 1904, not again by...

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