CHAMPION CADDY by Marion

CHAMPION CADDY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The golfing side of this story measures up satisfactorily with the sporting aspects of the author's previous stories of football, basketball and baseball. But the youngest caddy, Don, was a bit too quickly successful - not only as a first class caddy, but as a potentially good golfer, and a boy who was a little too good to be true. Pictures by John Fulton are good -- but they are not Machentenz standard.

Pub Date: April 5th, 1943
Publisher: Scribner