GOLF GAME DECIDES DEAL BETWEEN TWO CAPITALISTS
PASADENA, Calif., March 23, 1926 ---
Archie M. Andrews won a $25,000 golf
match from Frederick Bartlett here
when the two former Chicago capitalists
mixed business with play.
As a result of the victory Andrews
will receive $575,000 from Bartlett
for the Andrews building in Chicago,
instead of $550,000, which would have
been the price had the match gone
the other way.
Andrews, to whom was given two
strokes on each 18 holes, won the 36
holes of play, 6 and 4.