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|HHRy jHf Jual 4 of many from 3*50 to 6.95 AT FINE STORES EVERYWHERE OUNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY ROCKEFELLER CENTER, NEW YORK —THE WASHINGTON STAR PICTORIAL MAGAZINE MAY 24. 1953 PAGE 28 TEEING OFF—The ball should be teed high so it con be hit by the center of the face of the driver. Al Houghton tells Mrs. Marion J. O'Toole the best shots are hit on the upswing. Brassie, spoon and 4-wood shots are teed lower. AL HOUGHTON, silver-haired pres ident of the Middle Atlantic section of the Professional Golfers’ Association, has been named to a national teaching committee whose object is to simplify golf instruction. Houghton, pro at the Prince Georges Club, long has believed that compli cated teaching methods have a ten dency to confuse the golfer. All pros have been asked by the PGA to im prove teaching techniques. ELBOW CONTROL—Keep the left elbow os rigid os possible, but not stiff. By Morrell Whittlesey The golf swing, whether it is Ben Hogan’s or that of a duffer, must be something that comes natural. Most teachers do not attempt to give a golfer a swing, but to see to it that he makes the most of his own natural ability. Heft Houghton gives Mrs. Marion J. O’Toole, 3701 Connecticut avenue N.W., some essential tips. Other pros will give their versions of helpful hints the next few Sundays.