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Golf Team Beats Penn

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Playing amid a downpour of rain on the flooded Belmont Springs Country Club links, the University golf team won a 6-3 victory on Saturday over Pennsylvania. Due to the slow course the medal scores were low, but the Crimson led easily in both the doubles and foursomes. Playing in the second position, A. L. Peirson '21 won over Captain Rownd of Pennsylvania four and three, but Captain H. S. Lake '20 lost his match to Rhoades two and one. For the University, C. W. Baker '22 and F. McN. Bacon '21 won easily over their opponents, J.H.Eaton '22 lost his match to Semans of Pennsylvania five and four.

In the foursomes Lake and Peirson lost to Rhoades and Rownd one down on the twentieth hole in the closest match of the day. The other two matches, however, resulted in victories for the University.

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