Sport: Everybody Sang

For the first time since competition was inaugurated in 1922, a British team defeated a U. S. team (7-10-4) in the Walker Cup golf matches, played at famed St. Andrews last week. In so doing, they dominated a contest which was notable from start to finish for its incorrigible screwiness.

Hero was Marvin Ward, generally regarded as the weakest member of the U.S. team, who bettered Bobby Jones's amateur record for the St. Andrews course by shooting a 67 in the morning round of his match with English Champion Frank Pennink, drubbed him, 12 & 11. The widely touted, 200-lb. Irish...

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