Evening Standard 24 Sep, 1936: Uncle Buck

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Evening Standard 24 Sep, 1936: Uncle Buck - the of good \ Tew - of machine against won ....
the of good \ Tew - of machine against won . -----Goldberg hali-| man5 remaine d in the running to- *? the Rtversi ie Golf club an- much! nual invitation tournament moved in! into its semi-final round H F Miiinr T- / TM the Miller, Jr., of Nemacolm, HERB MILLER IN SEMI-FINAL n Ace Remains In Riverside Meet. CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, pa., 23.--(UP)--Twq Pennsylva- to the Sutherland fact Arnold bet the to who won the medalist honors Tuesday Tuesday with a 71, advanced at the expense of Alex Brown of Franklin and Charley Eberhardt of James,town, James,town, N. Y. t his semi-final opponent, opponent, was Dr. H. D. Smith, of Cadiz, Ohio, who yesterday eliminated eliminated Poster Myers of the Highland Country club, Pittsburgh and J S Haskell of Titusville. The other semi-final match brought together J. c. Holt of Pittsburgh Field club and E H (Buck) Silliman, Jr., of Jamestown. Jamestown. Holt defeated William English English of Pittsburgh and Charles Crandall of Meadville in the first and second rounds. Silliman, winner of the 1929 tournament, eliminated Bruno Minkley, of Detroit, 6 and He was two uncier par for the 14 holes.

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 24 Sep 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 13

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