Sport: Ryder Cup

Five years ago, a mustachioed British seedsman named Samuel Ryder put up a cup to be played for at two-year intervals by teams of British and U. S. golf professionals. Since then, British professionals have won once officially, once informally in 1926; U. S. professionals once. Near Columbus, Ohio, where the Scioto River winds through the narrow fairways and tall rough of the Scioto golf course 19 British and U. S. golf professionals played the third official series of Ryder Cup matches last week.

On the first day of play, the heat wave, against...

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