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LINKSMEN WILL REPORT FOR OPENING OF SEASON

University and Freshman Golfers to Meet This Evening--Two Letter Men Ready for Action

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

At 7 o'clock this evening the 1929 golf season will open officially with a meeting at 8 Mower Hall for all candidates for both University and Freshman teams.

Prospects for the University team are better than usual this year. Besides Captain J. W. Filoon '29 and O. L. Winston '30, returning letter men, there are many premising Sophomore candidates, including Phillips Finlay '31, E. B. Murphy '31, W. P. Arnold '31, and J. B. Maldwin '31, Others who should do well are R. B. Covel '29, S. R. Johnson '29 and D. M. Proudfoot '29. The squad will start practice immediately on the Belmont Springs course, where 24 playing privileges have been reserved by the H. A. A.

The decision to organize a Freshman team again this year was reached by the Athletic Council at their recent meeting, and matches have been scheduled with Exeter, Dartmouth Freshmen, and Yale Freshmen. In addition several informal contests with neighboring schools will probably be arranged. The prospects for the 1932 team are fairly abed, with several preparatory school stars reporting, among them the most conspicuous being C. S. Eaton '32, who last summer won the Massachusetts State Junior Championship

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