The Crimson golfers under the lead of Ace Cordingley yesterday took Brown University at Manchester in an unanimous score of 9-0.
Cordingley won his match from Graham, two up; Watty Dickerman won one up over Brown's Paine. Harvard won the best-ball two-some composed of Brown's Graham and Paine one up, while Bob Graves took Patterson six and five.
Gerry Davis beat Hall, and the Crimson here won best ball three and two. D. Donald Peddie won three and two over Blomstedt; Pete McGowan took Danforth five and three to go while the Crimson greensters here conquered in the best ball four and three.
CRIMSON GOLEERS UPSETClark Hodder's Harvard golfers received a 5 to 4 upset at the hands of Bowdoin Saturday afternoon on Belmont. In
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Golfers Drop 5-4 Match to Indian Team in ProvidenceTaking their third successive 5 to 4 defeat, the Crimson Varsity golfers bowed to the Dartmouth links men at Providence
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