Golf: Sep. 10, 1928

As everyone expected, eight long-trousered, pipe-smoking Britishers were too weak to walk off with the Walker Cup, which eight be-knickered, cigaret-smoking golfers retained for the U. S. last week at the Chicago Golf Club. Never in the seven years of Walker Cup history has a British team driven far enough, approached close enough, putted accurately enough to lift the trophy. As few expected, the Britishers lost all but one of the twelve matches. Dentist-Golfer T. A. Torrance, Scotch by birth, English in residence, was the only British winner. Onetime U. S. amateur-U. S....

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