Sport: Night Golf

Children invent new ways to slide down the banisters. Grown men invent new ways to play golf. There were the Ardsley, N. Y., fanatics who beat one ball about their course in 24 min., 51 sec. (TIME, Aug. 11). There was Rudolph Supan, of Cleveland, with his eight caddies and spare shoes, who ran between shots and played 257 holes in one day (TIME, July 16, 1923). There was Nicholas Morris of San Antonio, Tex., who teed off by moonlight, played 290 holes to beat Rudolph's record (TIME, Aug. 6, 1923).

Last week, at Houston, Tex., four super-enthusiasts teed their balls...

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