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VOL. XIV NO. 2
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1910
MR. KEATING THE WINNER
Takes President's Cup and Qualification
Trophy in Autumn Tourney
Kn Play Rules Throughout in
Ope ling' Krent of Country Club 'a
F. T. KEATING of the
Lenox Golf club and
J. D. C. lluinsey, of
Brooklyn, playing un
der the colors of the
local club, divided hon
ors in the seventh an
nual autumn golf tour
n anient ; interest in the
keen competition of the week culminat
ing in the final which Mr. Keating won,
six up and five to play. In the semi
final Mr. Keating defeated Richard Hyde
of the Bay Shore Field club, five and
three, and Mr. Rumsey won a twenty
hole match from C. B. Hudson of the
Rochester Country club. In the first
round F. N. B. Close of the Cranford
Country club and J. B. Bowen of the
Philadelphia Cricket club, fought it out
to the twentieth srreen and numerous
matches ended on the short seventeenth.
Philip L. Lightbourn of Bermuda and
Dr. Myron W. Marr of Dorchester, met
in the consolation final, the former win
ning five up and four to play.
Qualification developed a pretty race
between Messrs. Keating, Hyde and
Goodall who 'finished in eighty-nine,
ninety and ninety-one ; one hundred and
ten marking the limit of admission.
The story of the event is briefly told by
the following summary :
F. T. Keating, Lenox 47 42 89
Richard Hyde, Bay Shore Field, 44 46 90
John It. Goodall,Bellevue Country 47 45 91
J. D. C. Rumsey, Pinehurst, 46 49 95
Richard S. Tufts, Pinehurst, 47 49 96
C. B. Hudson, Rochester Country, 48 48 96
P. L. Lightbourn, St. George's, 45 54 99
J. B. Bowen, Philadelpia Cricket 45 55 100
Benedict Crowell, Cleveland 48 63 101
Cabot J. Morse, Wollaston, 54 48 102
Dr. Myron W. Marr, Pinehurst, 49 53 102
F. N. B. Close, Cranford Country 56 49 105
II.' S. Sherman.Cleveland Country 50 56 106
Frank Nay, Ridge Country, 54 55 109
Dr. J. B. W. Lansing, Tenafly, 54 55 109
Guy Metcalf, Agawan Hunt, 57 53 110
First round Frank N. Nay beat II.
S. Sherman, 1 up; J. D. C. Rumsey,
beat Philip L. Lightbourn, by default;
John R. Goodall beat Richard S. Tufts,
2 and 1 ; C. B. Hudson beat B. Crowell,
1 up; F. X. B. Close beat John B. Bow
en, 1 up (20 holes) ; Richard Hyde boat
Guy Metcalf, 3 and 2; F. T. Keating
beat Cabot J. Morse, 8 and 7; Dr. J. B.
W. Lansing beat Dr. Myron W. Marr,
Second round Rumsey beat Xay, 4
and'3 ; Hudson beat Goodall, 3 and 2;
Hyde beat Close, G and 5 ; Keating beat
Lansing, 9 and 8.
A. I. Creamer of Charlevoix, led in a
medal play sweepstake scoring eighty
two and playing with a handicap of ten.
Guy Metcalf of Providence, whose al
lowance was eighteen, finished second in
eighty-four, and J. D. C. llumsey of
Brooklyn (10), and Cabot J. Morse of
Boston (14), tied for third at eighty-six;
Mr. Rumsey winning the play-off". J. R.
Goodall (12), made eighty-seven; C. B.
Hudson (10), J. B. Bowen (18) and R.
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Semi-final Rumsey beat Hudson,
1 up (20 holes) ; Keating beat Hyde, 5
Final Keating beat Rumsey, 6 and 5.
First round Lightbourn beat Sher
man, 1 up ; Tufts beat Crowell by de
fault ; Metcalf beat Bowen by default ;
Dr. Marr beat Morse, 1 up.
Semi-final Lightbourn beat Tufts,
3 and 1 ; Marr beat Metcalf, 6 and 5.
Final Lightbourn beat Dr Marr, 5
F. Lovejoy (25), ninety-one each; F. N.
B. Close (14), ninety-two; F. VV. Foster
(14), ninety-four; Frank Nay (20), ninety-seven;
G. T. Dunlap (16), ninety
nine ; E. T. Sommers (14), one hundred
and four; Dr. J. W. B. Lansing (14),
one hundred and five ; and H. S. Ernst
(25), one hundred and ten.
In a bogey handicap a triple tie result
ed, F. W. Foster winning a second tie
play-off from Richard S. Tufts ; Guy
Metcalf losing the first play-off and
taking third place.
QUAIL SHOOTING IS PRIME
Messrs. Johnson and Royal Keep
Record of Six Days Sport
ZYinct.v-ftix luail, Civ Woodcock,
Four Dovei, Six Ila1lite and
Two Squirrels, I he Hag
THE QUAIL hunters
have never had bet
ter sport, many enjoy
ing it and excellent
bags ruling. In six
days shooting B. G.
Royal andE. R. John
son of Philadelphia,
bagged ninety-six quail,
five woodcock, four doves, six rabbits
and two squirrels, and their kill is not
above the average.
Mr. J. II. Wesson, Mr. Victor Wesson
and Mr. Donald Wesson of Springfield,
were high guns with twenty-two for a
single day, and Mr. and Mrs.R.E. Town
send and party of Brookline, Mr. and
Mrs. II. S. Sherman and Mr. and Mrs.
Benedict Crowell of Cleveland, have all
been much in the field with satisfactory
Several flocks of wild turkeys have
been reported and with the approach of
Christmas deep laid plots are being form
ulated. The weather has been delight
ful and Monday's rain has improved
trailing conditions greatly.
The regular Sunday evening concert
at The Inn was enjoyed by many of the
Villagers. The program ;
March "Rakoczy" arr. LUzt
Overture "Der Antheil desTeufel" Meyerbeer
Trio "Bomanze,, II. ManchnPi
a. Aubade Massenet
b. Lullaby Brahms
Intermezzo "Naila" Delibea
Clarinet Solo "Cavatina from Traviata" Verdi
Mr. J. H. Waters
"La Boheme" Puccini
"God be with You" Tomer
Guests of Airs. Tufts
Mrs. Leonard Tufts entertained mem
bers of the Village Club at the Mystic
Monday afternoon, tea being served
after informal discussion of Club affairs.
Mrs. Tufts was assisted by Mrs. .Lyman
Manager and Mrs. II. W. Priest ar
rived early in the week and are busy
preparing The Carolina for its opening
Saturday, January seventh.