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Yale vs. Pennsylvania.--Harvard Plays Winner.--Records of University Team.


The eighth annual tournament of the Intercollegiate Golf Association, composed of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania and Columbia, will begin this morning at the Garden City Golf Club, at Garden City, L. I. This morning, in the preliminary round, Yale will play Pennsylvania, and Princeton will play Columbia, and in the afternoon Harvard will play the winner of the Yale-Pennsylvania match Tomorrow, the finals, of thirty-six holes, will be played.

Thursday morning, sixteen men will qualify for the individual championship, the first round of which will be held Thursday afternoon. The semi-finals in this will be finished by Friday night, and on Saturday the thirty-six hole final match will be played. Six men will play on each team in the team championship; the same six men and the substitute will compete for the individual championship.

Princeton has a very good team this year, having lost only one of the men who played in the finals of the team match against Harvard last year. Yale also has a strong, experienced team, among the members of which is B. D. Smith, who reached the semi-finals of the national championship this year.

Of the University team, H. B. Hollins '04 was No. 1 on the winning team in the tournament at Atlantic City in May, 1901. In the finals of the team match that year he heat E. M. Byers, Yale 1902, who defeated Travis the same year in the national championship. Last fall he played No. 1 on the University team which defeated Princeton in the finals of the intercollegiate tournament at the Morris Country Golf Club. Morristown, N. J. This summer he won the open tournament at Westbrook, Mass.

H. C. Egan '05, intercollegiate champion, played No. 6 on the University intercollegiate team in the spring of 1901 and last year played No. 2 on the winning team in the intercollegiate match. He also won the individual championship in the same tournament by defeating H. B. McFarland of Pennsylvania in the final round. In 1902 be won the western championship from W. E. Egan '05, and this year was runner-up in the western championship held at the Euclid Golf Club, Cleveland. He also won the open tournament held at the Exmoor Country Club. Chicago, this summer.

W. E. Egan '05 is western champion. This summer he was runner-up in the open tournaments held at the Onwentsia Golf Club, Lake Forest, III., and at the Exmoor Century Club, Chicago. He played No. 3 on the University team last year.

U. A. Murdock '04 played No. 4 on the intercollegiate teams in 1902 and 1901 and has been playing well during the summer.

G. O. Winston '04 is playing his second year on the University team. Five years ago be defeated Hollins in the interscholastic championship of New York. He has had practically no tournament play this summer.

W. C. Chick '05 was substitute on last year's University team in the intercollegiate tournament. He played on the American college team which met the Oxford-Cambridge team in August.

M. McBurney '06, substitute, was runner-up in the tournament at Stockbridge, Mass., this summer. He also made a very creditable showing in several other eastern tournaments

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