Sport: College Golf

Last week, Watts Gunn of Georgia Tech, playmate of Robert Tyre Jones Jr., went four times around the Garden City (L. I.) Golf Club course in a total of 302 strokes. Had he been alive to do this in 1902, he would have won the U. S. Open Championship by five strokes.* But, at 22, his reward was the qualifying medal of the national intercollegiate golf tournament.

Consistently but not brilliantly, Golfer Gunn battered his way to the finals where he found the other favorite, Roland Mackenzie of Brown University, his good friend, with nerves set for a 36-hole struggle.

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