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Harry Ernst, at 84; successful economist, consultant whose lifelong passion was golf

By Matthew Burke
Globe Correspondent / November 13, 2005

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Harry Ernst of Arlington loved golf. It was his passion. The study of economics was Dr. Ernst's livelihood -- his work is widely used in the investment and banking industries -- but golf was his life, according to family members. (Full article: 494 words)

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