Sport, Sep. 9, 1940

Poor Porky

Last June, when the brass hats of the U.S. Golf Association, on the last day of the U. S. Open, ordered the word DISQUALIFIED chalked up against the name of Edward Oliver, they did not realize what they were starting. Edward Oliver, a greasy-haired 230-pounder called "Porky," had teed off (with two other players in his threesome) a half hour before the time assigned for his last round. That was contrary to the rules of the U.S.G.A. Even though Ed Oliver's total score (for the four rounds) was 287—a tie with Lawson Little and...

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