Sport: Metropolitan Open

The Metropolitan open golf championship, Eastern equivalent of the Southern and Western opens, fell to Bob MacDonald, of Chicago. Though virtually all the professionals that gathered for the National championship the week previous at Inwood drove off for a try at the Metropolitan title, little spectacular golf was played. By missing a one-yard putt on the home green MacDonald ran into a tie with Jim Barnes of Pelham, at 295. In the play-off Mac-Donald shot 70, three under par, and defeated Barnes by ten strokes. MacDonald won the same title in 1921, and...

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