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The 1933 golf team easily defeated Bryant and Stratton yesterday afternoon at the Belmont Springs Country Club, 9 to 0.
The Freshmen completely outclassed their opponents, winning every match by a wide margin. The best score of the afternoon was turned in by H. J. Bourneuf '33, who carded a 76 despite the difficult conditions. He was followed by M. A. Heath '33, with 78.
Individual matches--R. S. Kimbrough '33 defeated Gaffney (B), 6 and 4; H. J. Bourneuf '32 defeated Goff (B), 9 and 8; M. A. Heath '33 defeated Delsano (B), 9 and 8; S. G. Sleeper '33 defeated Rae (B), 8 and 7; C. C. Glavin '33 defeated Gilman (B), 6 and 5; H. V. Blaxter '33 defeated Earle (B), 6 and 4.
Foursomes--Kimbrough and Bourneuf defeated Gaffney and Goff (B), 8 and 7; Heath and Sleeper defeated Delsano and Rae (B), 9 and 8; Glavin and Blaxter defeated Gilman and Earle (B), 8 and 7.
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