Education: Caddy Culture

Golfers always love the world after a well-played 18 holes, generally want to "do something" for their caddies. At this philanthropic game, none has done so soundly and sensibly by the caddies as Charles ("Chick") Evans Jr., the ex-caddy who won the 1916 U.S. Open and Amateur championships. Years ago Evans began cashing in on his fairway fame with a series of phonograph records called "Chick Evans' Golf Secrets," and devoting the proceeds to helping out deserving caddies. Since 1930, 55 bag-toters, chosen on their records as caddies and students, have received free tuition at Northwestern University on Chick Evans Scholarships....

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