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Displaying excellent control on his drives despite a high wind, C.S. Stimpson '27 defeated J.A. Hutchinson '28 three up and two to play yesterday for the University golf title.
The final match was played on the Brae Burn Country Club course yesterday afternoon in spite of unsuitable weather conditions. Stimpson kept the match well in hand throughout the 18 hole encounter and profited on his drives because of the wind. Yesterday's play concluded the 1926 golf season.
C.D. Cole '27, who managed the University tournament, announced yesterday that the spring schedule for the golf team would be arranged in New York City in two weeks. It is planned to have 12 team matches during the season, concluding with the Intercollegiate tourney for the team title in June. Harvard placed second in this meet last year.
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