Golf: Sep. 8, 1924

¶ In Manhattan, faintly groggy after sailing through a North Atlantic hurricane, displaying sprigs of heather in their buttonholes, the ten British golfers that will challenge the U. S. for possession of the Walker Cup, brought themselves and their links-gear ashore, set off for practice at Garden City, L. I., where the International Matches are to be played Sept. 12 and 13. Their ponderous leader, Cyril Tolley, "siege gun of British golf," French Open Champion and onetime (1920) British Amateur Champion, declared that they might...

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