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The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, February 11, 1911, Image 1

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CON VOL. XIV, NO. 11 SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1911 FIVE CENTS ROUND ROBIN GOLF PLAY Tin Whistle Novelty Most Interesting Tournament of Season's Program One Grom and Four Handicap IMvi. Hi on (fcuallfy for notation Jtlafcli .Play Hounds "ROUND ROBIN" golf provided the most in teresting tournament in the Tin Whistle pro gram, one gross and four handicap divisions qualifying with a medal round and those who made the divisions play ing match rounds with each of the three others in the division. The story of play is told in the following sum maries : QUALIFICATION GROSS FOUR Sis George II. Crocker 4139 80 I. S. Robeson 4142 83 R. Hunter 3846 84 T. B. Boyd 4544 89 FIRST NET FOUR J. R. Towle 44 46 90 12 78 W.L. Hurd 44 4 9 93 13 80 II. II. Brown 47 50 97 16 81 L.D.Pierce 45 45 90 9 81 SECOND NET FOUR R.C.Collier 45 46 91 10 81 N. S. Hurd 47 44 91 9 82 J. E. Kellogg 42 53 95 12 83 II. R. Mackenzie 46 55 101 18 83 THIRD NET FOUR T. D. C. Rumsey 48 49 97 12 ' 85 W.R.Simons 41 50 91 6 85 J. G. Nicholson 51 49 100 14 86 P. L. Lightboiirn 46 53 99 13 . 86 FOURTH NET FOUR C.Z.Eddy 50 64 104 18 86 W. A. Johnston 52 54 106 18 86 I'. I). Hamlin 46 47 93 7 86 E.A.Tracy 49 58 107 20 87 FAILED TO QUALIFY C. L. Becker 44 48 92 5 87 H.W. Ormsbee 48 53 101 13 88 A. I. Creamer 48 48 96 8 88 J. B. Bowen 53 62 105 16 89 J. W. Lloyd 56 63 109 20 89 C. N. Phillips 43 52 95 5 90 JL D. Fink 69 53 112 22 90 C T. Dunlap 55 50 105 14 91 Rev. T. A. Cheatham 47 62 109 18 91 T. L. Redfleld 64 65 119 28 91 C. B. Hudson 50 55 105 12 93 W. II. Davis 68 63 121 28 93 li. C.Shannon 58 64 122 28 94 T. J. Check 57 55 112 14 98 J.E. Pushee 49 65 114 16 98 Dr.M. W. Marr 57 59 116 16 100 Cabot J. Morse 57 67 114 14 100 MATCH PLAY GROSS FOUR gjycker 1 I I I 1 I 1 I 1 ltobe8on 1 1 0 ""Dter 0 I I 0 0 I I I!J I 0 I I 1 I 0 I Towle FIRST NET FOUR I 10 10 B winner. Hurd, W. L. I 0 I I I 0 1 I Brown, II. U. 1 1 1 Pierce 1 1 () SECOND NET FOUR Collier I 1 I I 1 I I 0 I Hurd N. S I I 0 I I 0 I I Kellogg 0 0 Mackenzie 1 1 1 THIRD NET FOUR Rumsey 1 0 1 Simons 0 j 0 Nicholson 1 1 Lightbourn I Ml I I T deducted nine strokes, third. Others "saved"' were II. O. Smith 15 handicap, P. D. Hamlin 7, R. C. Shannon 28, J. G. Nicholson 12, L. D. Iieree 0, and natur ally, Rev. T. A. Cheatham 18. Almost but not quite, were fourteen who made the eighteenth : C. L. Beclier 5, , G. II. Crocker 3, John Smithers 30, G.T. Dunlnp 15, R. C. Collier 10, J. D. C. Rumsey 12, C. B. Hudson 12, H. II. Brown 14, II. C. Fownes 5, I?. Hunter 7, W. L. Hurd 13, F. A. Sedgwick 13, A. C. Aborn 9 and VV. R. Simon 6. On the ; , . - V. . - " - ."v - ' K'- ' ' - .1 Eddy FOURTH NET FOUR 111 I JO WALTER I 0 Johnston 1 0 1 Hamlin 0 1 1 Tracy . 0 0 1 j K B Tied for first; Hamlin won play-off. Eddy, Kellog-gr and llurd You couldn't kill 'em in Monday's Tin Whistle Cemetery contest, nine passing the eighteenth green, C. Z. Eddy, whose handicap was eighteen, winning first; J. E. Kellogg whose allowance was twelve, second ; and N. S. Hurd, who J. TRAVIS seventeenth the race ended for T. B. Boyd 9, E. A. Johnston 10, Guy Met calf 24, T. J. Check 14, E. A. Tracy 20, II. VV. Ormsbee 13, E. B. Sherman 18, J. B. Bowen 16. On the sixteenth the grim destroyer overtook F. C. Abbe 24, Pi L. Lightbourn 13, G.E. Robinson 9, J. E. Pushee 16, C. N. Phillips 6, J. D. Foot 6, J. V. Hall 16 and G. F. Brown 8. "Last rites" were paid Cabot J. Morse 16, on the fifteenth, and VV. II. Davis 28, on the fourteenth. Four ball matches will be played Monday. HUNTERS ON DOUBLE TRAIL Chinese Puzzle Unravelled, Leads to Secret Coyer and Chase Is On Pack Divide and lerry Hun End In IBoth Victory and 1 feat Iflany Miles Apart GRAY SKIES and a brisk northwest wind, made the start of the week's best fox hunt gloomy and unpromis ing, but nothing damp ens the ardor of those who truly love the chase and merrily with clank of steel, creak of leather and gay laugh ter the cavalcade swung out into the dim Beyond. Not long after a scent as cold as the day itself was struck, which after much twistiDg and circling promised success for which hounds and hunters were both keen. A Chinese puzzle it proved, for two foxes had roamed along, side by side or apart, as fancy dic tated, dividing from time to time, pack and hunt. Two hours of this novel trailing, its difficulties increased by the wind which soon effaced the scent, led to a dense swamp in which the pair were jumped, dashing away at right angles with M. F. II. Twitty and half the pack in pursuit of one and Huntsman Nat and the re mainder of the dogs.after the other, with the music good to hear. Across and around the "burnt" land the knowing fox swung in attempt to end the pursuit at the very start, but still the hounds followed, gaining, and swinging round a swamp reynard planned a new cam paign. Rs preliminary was a dash over rough land, its climax climbing a tree, backing down and doubling quickly off, doubtless chuckling at the cleverness of the trick. Pell mell. came the pack, the lust of conquest in their voices as they surrounded the tree and waited for the hunters all but little Silas. Not quite satisfied that the chase should end so abruptly he swung wide and presently his strike cry sent the hounds flying after him. Not just as reynard anticipated had the theory woiked out, but it had given him a lead which made clever maneuvering possible, and a merry trail he laid in a three mile dash over field and hillside to golf links and off to Fish ing creek. Here another clever double gave on additional Dreaming spen, (Concluded on page three)

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