Sport: Ghost

A score of golfers sat at lunch and with them sat a ghost. The golfers were amateur teams of the U. S. and England, who had completed three- fourths of their annual matches for the Walker Cup. The ghost was England's chance of winning.

The first day's play over the gravelly, bunch-grassed links of the Garden City Golf Club (L. I.) had been at two-ball foursomes. Francis Ouimet and Jess Guilford, Boston's representatives on the U. S. side, had executed their alternate strokes upon the same ball with skill consummate enough to subjugate ponderous Cyril...

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