Biography She was born as Elaine Virginia Rosenthal on July 3, 1896 in Chicago, Illinois to Benjamin Jefferson Rosenthal and Hannah W. Stumer. She won the Women's Western Amateur championship in 1915 and 1918. She married Sylvain Louis Reinhardt of Dallas, Texas on December 10, 1921 in Chicago, Illinois. Her husband was on the Yale Bulldogs football team at Yale University.[2][3] She won the Women's Western Amateur championship a third time in 1925 at the Glen View Country Club.[2] Her combined three-day score was a 256, beating her closest rival, Virginia Wilson, who scored a 264. She also defeated the previous champion, Lucia Mida, who scored a 274.[1][2] Rosenthal also won the North and South Women's Amateur in 1917 and finished runner-up to Katherine Harley in the 1914 U.S. Women's Amateur.

When Oedipus, King of Thebes, realized he had married his own mother and had two sons and two daughters with her, he blinded himself and cursed his sons to divide their inheritance (the kingdom) by the sword. The two sons, Eteocles and Polynices, in order to avoid bloodshed, agreed to rule Thebes in alternate years. After the first year, Eteocles refused to step down, leading Polynices to raise an army of Argives (captained by the eponymous Seven) to take Thebes by force. This is where Aeschylus' tragedy starts.