Sport: Golf Tops

On a Yonkers, N. Y. cow pasture owned by John Reid, the golf course for the oldest country club in the U. S. with a continuous existence was laid out in 1888, and named after Scotland's famed St. Andrews. Owner Reid was its first president, and his youngster son Archie was soon permitted to join St. Andrews as a junior member. Archibald M. Reid played in eight U. S. amateur golf championships between 1901 and 1913, twice reaching the third round.

Now tall, handsome and 53, he is a member of the odd-lot brokerage...

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