Sport: Canadian Open

Ever since he tied Tommy Armour for the U. S. Open Championship (which Armour won in the playoff) in 1927, U. S. golf professionals have had respect for "Light Horse" Harry Cooper of Chicago. Last year his average score for 70 rounds of competitive golf was 72.6—a record. A thin young man with a sharp, smiling face, Harry Cooper is fond of airy gestures. He made one last week at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club where he had just finished playing in the Canadian Open with a score of 290. "I should have...

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