Sport: In Muirfield

A bonny sun shone, a gentle breeze blew, the Firth of Forth sparkled bright as hard by it they played for the British amateur-golf championship down the dour long fairways of Muirfield (near Edinburgh).

England's St. Georges were gathered to slay a brood of dragons—the invading U. S. Walker Cup team—of eight, and a few free-lancing U. S. golfers—as well as to try to carry the title south of the Tweed from Champion Robert Harris.

Play had not gone far before major casualties...

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