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Playing its final match of the spring last Saturday on Dartmouth's tight little course, the varsity golf team bowed to the Big Green by a margin of 5 to 2.
In marking up its fifth loss against eight wins, the Crimson lost the first and the last four matches of the seven man ladder. At number one, Bruce Johnstone shot a 77, but lost to Dick Leukart 2 down. Johnstone lost four of the first five holes and then made a strong bid by parring the last thirteen holes, but Leukart held on to win with a bird on the eighteenth.
Captain John Livingood edged out Dave Collins 1 up in the number two slot. Livingood was 1 down with four holes to go, and then he made an Arnold Palmer drive as he fired two birds and two pars to win on the eighteenth with a twenty-foot bird. Harvard's number three man, Bob Holt on, played his finest golf of the season as he carded a finest golf of the season as he carded a 72 and smashed his opponent 5 and 3.
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