Sport: Guard

Rotund and rollicking, dour and dignified, thin and thoughtful, the mature members of the U. S. Seniors' Golf Association foregathered at Rye, N. Y., for their annual fest. Not one was there but had spanned 55 years; some had seen 65, some 70, some 75, some 80. When the last score had been totted up in the national senior championship, Claude M. Hart of Boston and Henry S. Redfield of Hartford were found to -be tied at 161 for the 36 holes. They agreed to meet later and have it out.


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