Sport: Ryder Cup Rumpus

One good rule for young professional golfers is never to make disparaging remarks about opponents. Another is not to make disparaging remarks about anyone in the presence of reporters. Last week several young golfers returning from last month's Ryder Cup matches in England (TIME, July 12) disregarded both rules. Loudest in their disparagement of both the Ryder Cup matches which Great Britain lost and the British Open Championship at Carnoustie which England's Henry Cotton won, were brash young

Ralph Guldahl, U. S. Open champion, Ed Dudley, and Tony Manero, U. S. Open champion...

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