When we saw Major Jacky Gore in "The Challenge," the first installment. of The Haunted Major, published last week, he was trying to learn to play golf. Incensed by the rapt attention which the rich Mrs. Gunter devoted to Jim Lindsay, the world's finest golfer, the Major unwisely challenged Lindsay to a match for the widow's hand, allowing himself one week to learn the game and discovering to his horror he was no match for anyone. On the night before the match the ghost of Cardinal Smeaton, archenemy of a Lindsay centuries before, appeared to the Major and promised him victory if he would use the Cardinal's clubs. Now, in "The Great Match," the concluding installment, the intrepid Major faces a struggle with his rival, with the Cardinal and with his conscience, which (like that of many more experienced golfers) is gravely threatened by his desire to win.