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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
HOTEL WE NT WORTH
NEW CASTLE , PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
H. W. PRIEST, President
The Leading New England Coast Summer Resort
Every facility for sport and recreation: Golf, tennis, riding, driving,
yachting, fishing, bathing, and well equipped garage under competent
supervision. Fine livery. Music by symphony players. Accommo
dates 500. Local and long distance telephone in every room.
Trap, Rifle and Pistol Shooting is one of the attractions. Annie
Oakley, the world famous markswoman, will instruct ladies free
Send today for illustrated booklet.
WENTWORTH HOTEL CO., C. A. Judkins, Manager
Address Until May 1, Little Building, 80 Boylston St., Boston, Hass.
Learn to Shoot Moving
The secret of the fascination of trap
shooting is in the flying target.
Its constant challenge to the gunner's
skill, stirs the blood of pioneer Americans
that runs in his veins.
.bvery man every woman should know
how tofc8hoot and hit what is shot at. The
best place to learn is at the local trapshoot
Learn why by reading our booklet
"The Sport Alluring" sent free with address
of nearest club where you can learn how.
Wilmington. - Delaware.
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as well as everyone else slated for the
Governor's trophy were frozen out by
the two Smiths W. E. of Brae Burn
and J. E. from Wilmington. The best
fight against this combination were put
up by C. H. Hart of Dunwoodie and
Melville Peck of Virginia. Hart had
shown his mettle by running Becker out,
one up, and Peck by a hard match in
which he beat E. D. McCabe three and
two. McCabe 's ability can be gauged
by any golfer familiar with tournament
play in this vicinity, in view of the fact
that he had previously gotten the best
of J. W. Watson of Merion Cricket in
a 19 hole contest.
But it had been ordained. So Hart
went down before J. W. E. 4 and 3, and
Peck succumbed to J. E. 3 and 2, and
left them to fight it out. Kesult: W.
E. Smith has carried the Governor's
trophy back to Brae Burn a victor by
strong to meet the Western, invader
Which he did not do. Hence wo record
that Roberts is holder of the Secretary's
trophy by the neat margin of six and
G. W. Statzell of Aronimink won the
consolation in this division in a good
match with J. M. Jameson of Green
burg, whom he defeated three up and
one to go in the final round.
Dr. J. S. Brown came through to the
finals of the Fourth division in a series
of close matches, in which he beat B
E. Vaughn of Lexington and J. H.
Herring of New Bedford both by the
narrow squeak of one hole. The feature
of the preliminary rounds played in this
division was the 19 hole battle between
Winthrop Rutherfurd and J. G. Jenks.
Rutherf urd won, only to meet defeat at
the hands of A. F. Sutherland the next
day. Jenks descended into the Consola-
There were four other distinct and separate tournaments
played that week, in as many more divisions. The winners
in all departments of this great carnival of golf are to be
Winners United North and South
E. L. Schofield
I. S. Robeson
R. A. Stranahan
Dr. C. H. Gardner
W. E. Smith, Brae Burn
A. T. Roberts, Detroit
F. E. Aiken, Pinehurst
F. L. Whitcomb, Old Elm
H. C. Davis, Woodland
J. R. Towle, Calumet
Henry Hornblower, Brookline
E. E. Franks, Worcester
E. M. Taft, Woodland
G. W. Statzell, Aronimink
J. G. Jenks, Harbor Beach
H. P. Hotchkiss, New Haven
F. W. Davis, Woodland
Eben Irwin, Kent
P. B. Simmonds, R. I. C.
C. H. Pray, Scarsdale
ROBERTS ROUTES THE REGULARS. . .
Lined up to do battle for the Secre
tary's trophy was an unusually strong
aggregation, including many leaders on
the Pinehurst links. There was C. B.
Hudson of North Fork, many times
found in the van, and Jack Clapp of
Chevy Chase, who thinks nothing of
cracking an eighty which incidentally
would have been quite good enough to
have taken the President's trophy that
day. But both came to grief. J. D.
Armstrong was going stronger than
usual, and took Hudson's number 2 up.
Clapp beat E. H. Pinney and W. C. Bal
lantyne of Columbia, but found A. T.
Roberts of Detroit laying for him in the
semi-finals. Roberts had plunged into
the press and immerged with the scalps
of W. H. Sargeant and J. W. Souther,
and was not to be denied. Clapp drove
him to the last green. This left Arm-
tion, whence on the last way he reap
peared with the trophy.
Brown's finish was also approaching.
He found F. E. Aiken waiting for him
in the final round, ready to lead him all
the way until they' reached the 16th,
with Aikin up 3 holes, and the acknowl
edged possessor of the Captain's trophy.
Meanwhile F. L. Whitcomb of Old Elm
was taking the Club trophy in the fifth
division from A. S. Higgins of St. An
drews, two up and one to go, H.
Hotchkiss was administering a like per
formance to Jay Hall in the consolation.
First round E. L. Schofield beat
II. G. Phillips eight and six, R. C.
Tunstall beat H. C. Fownes 3 and 1, .
M. Crooks beat P. S. Maclaughlin 3 and
2, I. S. Robeson beat G. A. Miller 4 and
3, L. D. Pierce beat F. H. Gates 4 and
3, Arthur Yates beat Allan Lard 6 and
5, Donald Parsons beat R. M. Markweii
2 and 1, R. A. Stranahan beat C. ii-