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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Donald Parson (5) J. R. Bowker (9) 2 down
W..E.Truesdell(5) J.M.Thompson (6) 2 "
J. II. Clapp(5) P. S. MacLaughlin(lO) 5 "
C. L. Becker (6) L. D. Pierce (5) 7 "
H. G. Phillips (4) H. G. Waring (9) 8 "
J. D. Chapman (5) J. S. Brown (8) 8 "
J. H. Turner (9) P. T. Keating (6) 11 "
P. S. Danforth(5) C.F.Lancaster(lO) 11 "
G. T. Dunlap (12) R. C. Shannon (4) 13 "
V.A.Seggerman(ll) S.O.Miller (9) 4 down
G.W.Statzell(9) II. J.Frost (17) 4 "
G. A.Magoon(17) H.S.Houston (20) 5 "
AV. T. Barr (10) A. S. Higgins (10) 5 "
H. W.Ormsbee (17). R.H.Hunt (11) 6 "
F.C.Abbe(21) J.M.Robinson(20) 6 "
J. M. Barber (17) C. W. Harman (17) 6 "
P.B.O'Brien(14) Stuyvesant LeRoy(8)7 '
J.L.Weller(ll) H.Fayen(18) 8 "
T.A.Cheatham(9) R.C.Blancke(20) 8 " .
C.B.Hudson (10) J.D.C.Rumsey (16) 11 "
W.A.Sandford(18) N.B.Byrnes (18) 14 "
Medal Play. Twelve selected holes,
rejecting the three best in. each nine. No.
J. H. Turner
II. G. Phillips
A. S. Higgins
C. F. Lancaster
G. W. Statzwell
S. O. Miller
II. G. Waring
C. L. Becker
J. R. Bowker
P. S. MacLaughlin 47 48 95 13 49
45 38 83 12 43
40 45 85 10 45
42 39 81 5 46
46 45 91 13 46
47 44 91 13 46
45 43 88 12 47
47 48 95 10 48
47 46 93 12 48
45 45 90 8 49
47 43 90 12 49
J. D. Chapman 44 45 89
E. C. Shannon 2d 47 44 91
L. D. Pierce
Win. T. Barr
C. B. Hudson
43 49 92
47 44 91
46 53 99 13 50
49 49 98 12 51
Rev.T. A. Cheatham 51 45 96 12 52
W. E. Truesdell 50 48 98 6 57
C. W. Harmon 52 44 96 22 43
II. Frederick Lesh
F. P. Lee
II. S. Houston
J. L. Weller
G. T. Dunlap
II. J. Frost
J. M. Robinson
50 44 94 16 45
54 48 102 22 45
55 53 108 26 45
47 46 93 14 46
47 48 95 16 46
50 52 102 22 46
55 50 105 27 46
Festivity at the Jockey Club
Mrs. Dickinson Bishop was hostess at
a tea party in the club rooms for mem
bers of the Jockey Club' last Wednesday
afternoon after the races, serving salad
and cakes, tea and coffee an ddiscussion
for a large gathering including Captain
R. A. Duckworth Ford, U. S. A., Mrs.
William V. Hurd, Mrs. J. G. Splane,
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hurd, of Pitts
burg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Waring,
Miss Carolyn Bogart, Howard Phillips,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hall, Col. R. E. Swi
gert, Mrs. Fitzsimmons, a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Tufts, M. B. Johnson, of
Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts,
Miss Esther Tufts and others of the
colony identified with the activities of
tn Intermitting; Wolf llipinlg-
Tuesday morning, January 7, 1919,
Roland D. Swope, of Curwensville, Penn.,
using a Brassie at the 10th hole on No. 1
course, , drove a distance of about fifty
yards over the bunker uu hill and holed
his bally u .....
MinniEii fir PiEucniT
Wedding of Mrs. Ttetcalt and Frai
cl T. Keating-
Mrs. Clare Metcalf, of Providence, and
Francis Talfourd Keating, of New York,
were married in the Pinehurst chapel last
Wednesday at high noon. There were no
formal invitations issued, but the little
church was filled with the friends of the
bride and groom, both of whom have
been associated with life in Pinehurst
and the development of the colony for
a long time. The Rev. T. A. Cheatham
performed the ceremony. Mrs. Metcalf
was attended by her daughter Clarissa
and Miss Elizabeth Cheathaim J. G.
Armstrong, of Buffalo, was Mr. Keat
ing 's best man, and Mr. Frederick Bruce
of New York, and Mr. R. C. Shannon, 2d,
of Brockport, wrere the ushers. The
chapel had beeen beautifully decorated
with the trophies of the pine woods
holly and pine tops and mistletoe and
Mrs. Metcalf has spent her winters in
Pinehurst in a very distinctive and at
tractive cottage the Casa Yucca, which
has the distinction "of being, under Mrs.
Metcalf 's genius for design and decora
tion, the pioneer of the architectural
beauty that has characterized the build
ing here of late years.
Among others attending the wedding
service were Mrs. M. B. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Hudson, Dr. Myron T.
Marr, Miss Bruce, Mrs. J. D. Armstrong,
Mrs. R. C. Shannon, 2d, and Mrs. Na
than Bundy, Mr. and Mrs. Eggleston,
Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. II. G. Waring,
Miss Carolyn Bogart, Howard Phillips,
Mrs. Jay Hall, Mr. 'and" Mi s. II. H.
Johnson, Commodore and Mrs. J. T.
Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Hous
ton, Mrs. T. A. Cheatham, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Andrews, Mr. and' Mrs.
George T. Dunlap, Mrs. G. M. Howard,
Mrs. Donald Parson, Mr. and Mrs. Les
lie D. Pierce, Mrs. C. F. Lancaster,
Mrs. J. D. Chapman, and Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Spring.
THE VILLAGE GOSSIP
The very thing nowadays is a quail
dinner at Blows Hunting Lodge. Any
way, that is what I am told by a party
that galloped over the trail to Jackson
Springs Saturday, fell upon Blow all un
prepared and got a spread just the
same. They were George Aranyi, of New
York, Miss Keep, from Lockport, J. C.
Fowler, G. N. Townsend, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. Corwin from East Orange.
I believe I am within the limits of
veracity provided for journalists when I
say that there is now not an empty house
in' the town. The John C. Chapmans
come in from Greenwich and opened the
Albermarle come just in time for a trial
of strength between their cabriolet and
Charlie Crocker's mogul. This took
place at a turn near the Carolina Hotel,
and after a spirited encounter the cabri
olet surrendered, having to have one
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