Sport: Eastern Open

Coming through the rain at Delaware Water Gap, Pa., last week, was the hulk of Archie Compston, British golfer. He was doing well—one under par on the last nine holes. That gave him a final card of 287 and the Eastern Open championship. Said a rain-vexed U. S. golfer, "High time an Englishman won at golf."

Al Heron of Reading, Pa., finished two strokes behind Compston. Aubrey Boomer of St. Cloud, France, who looked like a winner, blew up near the finish.


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