Sport: Who Won, Dec. 12, 1932

¶ Herman Densmore ("Denny") Shute, slim 28-year-old golf professional from Cleveland: his first major tournament: the $10,000 Miami Biltmore Open; with 291, a stroke less than 21-year-old John Revolta of Menominee, Mich.; at Coral Gables, Fla. Day before 19 of the best known entrants, including Gene Sarazen, Walter Hagen, Billy Burke, Horton Smith, announced that, because they were unsatisfied with the Professional Golfers' Association tournament schedule, they had formed an organization to promote more open tournaments, persuade colleges to hire professional golfers as coaches.

¶ Mrs. Gertrude Baker McEvoy of Bayside (L. I.)...

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