Sport: Women's Golf

Looking insufferably bored, Glenna Collett saw her ball dip over a swell of grass and disappear into the tenth hole of the course of the St. Louis Country Club. Her father was a famous amateur bicycle rider. Her bust measurement is 36 inches. She had on a lemon sweater, buff skirt, tan hat. The public displayed some interest in these facts because, by virtue of that putt, she won for the second time the U. S. women's golf championship.

Other putts, of course, had contributed to this result, particularly some made by Edith Cummings,...

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