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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
THE BIG SHOOT
.Continued from page one
in a final 75-target contest at 16 yrds.
Some great shooting was done in that
event, no less than four of the con
testants breaking all of the 75. The
quartette comprised George S. McCar
ty, Mark S. Hootman, J. S. Blakeslee
and Joe Jennings.
Gradually, on Saturday night and
during Sunday, the great assemblage
of shooters dispersed. There is no
chance of Frank Wright's leaving for
some time to come, hdwever. He is
busy looking for a freight car in which
to ship his trophies.
The twelfth annual Midwinter Han
dicap Target Tournament, held at
Pinehurst, N. C, January 20-25, 1919.
Total number of contestants, 183.
Monday (Practice Day). Two 100
target events' at 16 yards. First 100
won by Frank S. Wright, Buffalo, N.
V.; second 100 won by S. G. Vance,
Tillonsburg, Can., 100. High gun 200
targets, Atie at 198 between Dr. A. H.
Aber, of Dravosburg, Pa., and Mark
S. Hootman, of Hicksville, Ohio.
Tuesday, First Day. First 150 tar
gets of the High Amateur Average
Contest, 450 targets, at 16 yards, won
by Frank S. Wright, 75, 73148.
Wednesday, Second Day. Pine
hurst Championship, 150 targets at
16 yards, making a total of 360 tar
gets in the average race. Pinehunst
Championship won by Mark S. Hoot
man, of Hicksville, Ohio, on shoot-off
of tie at 148 with W. H. Patterson, of
Buffalo, and H. E. Dickerman, of
Cleveland . Shoot-off: Hootman, 20
straight; Patterson, 19; Dickerman,
18. Leader of 450 targets average
contest, Frank S. Wright, 148, 147
295 oat of 300.
Thursday, Third Day. 75 targets
at 16 yards, making a total of 375
shot in the average contest. High
gun, Leon H. Davis, Boston, 75
straight. Leader in 450-target aver
age, Frank S. Wright, 148, 147, 74
369 out of 375.
Friday, Fourth Day. Final 75 tar
gets of 450 target average race. High
guns: George S. McCarthy, Philadel
phia, 75; F. S. Tomlin, Glasboro, N.
J., 75; W. H. Gooderham, Toronto,
Can., 75. Winner of High Amateur
Average contest, 450 targets at 16
yards, Frank S. Wright, 148, 147, 74,
72 441 out of 450 (98 per cent). Sec
ond, Dr. A. H. Aber, Dravosburg, Pa.,
440. Third, George S. McCarthy, of
Philadelphia; George N. Fish, Lyn
donville, N. Y.; Mark S .Hootman, of
Hicksville, Ohio, tied at 438.
Preliminary Handicap, 100 targets,
16 to 22 yards, won by Duncan Liv
ingstone, New Middletown, Ohio, 96 at
18 yards. Second money: A. M. Heil
man, Butler, Pa., 17 yards, and D. A.
Deen, Jacksonville, Fla., 18 yards, tied
Saturday, Fifth Day. The Mid
winter Handicap, 100 targets, 16 to 22
yards. Won by William Wettleaf of
Nichols, Iowa, 21 yards, on shoot-off
of tie, at 96, with P. H. Willey, of
Dansville, N. Y., 18 yards, and Henry
Hensler, Aberdeen, Miss., 16 yards.
Shoot-off: Wettleaf, 20 straight; Wil
ley, 19; Hensler, 14.
Extra Events. East vs. West Con
test, shot in connection with the 450
High Average race, five best scores
from each section to count. Wou Dy
the East with 2,195 targets out of 2,.
250. The West scored 2,151.
Special 75 target event at 16 yards,
Saturday," Jan. 25, high guns: George
S. McCarthy, Philadelphia; Mark S
Hootman, Hicksville, Ohio; J. R.
Blakeslee, Cleveland, and Joe Jen
nings, Todmorden, all tied at 75
Red Cross event, bird handicap, won
by George S. McCarty.
Army vs. Navy contest, shot in con
nection with the Midwinter Handicap,
won by the Army team, 3 guns, 265;
Navy, 3 guns, 245.
Monday, Practice Day. Frank S.
Wright (morning), 100; S. G. Vance,
Tillsonburg (afternoon), 100.
Tuesday, First Day. Class A: F.
S. Wright, 148; E. J. Buck, Daven
port, Iowa, 147; Dr. A. H. Aber, Dra
vosburg, Pa., 147. Class B: S. E.
Clarke, Philadelphia, 147; W. H. Hall,
Maysville, Ky., 146; Jas. McVicker,
Chillicothe, Ohio, 145. Class C: F. D.
Kelsey, East Aurora, N. Y., 146; J. A.
Williams, California, Pa., 145; G. M.
Collins, Due West, S. C, 145. Class D
E. T. Lucas, Philadelphia, 136; J. N.
Welsh, Rock Island, 111., 135; A. A.
Mayers, Madison, Wis., 133.
Wednesday, Second Day. Pinehurst
Championship trophy, Mark S. Hoot
man, Hicksville, Ohio, 148 out of 150.
Thursday, Third Day (75 targets)
Class A: L. H. Davis, Boston, 75;
Al Koyen, Fremont, Neb., 74; F. S.
Wright, Buffalo, 74. Class B: J. E.
Cain, Dayton, Ohio, 74; C. N. Candee,
Toronto, 73; W. W. Posey, Lancester,
73. Class C: G. L. Howder, West
Elizabeth, Pa., 71; P. R. Earle, Ander
son, S. C, 71; George Gray, Phila
delphia, 70. Class D: CO. Richard
Kindig, Philadelphia, 70; W. A. Lind
say, Upper Darby, Pa., 68; Harold H
Duden, New York, 66.
Friday. Preliminary Handicap
trophy, Duncan Livingstone, New
Middletown, Ohio (18 yards), 96 out
Saturday. Midwinter Handicap,
William Wettleaf, Nichols, Iowa, (21
yards), 96 out of 100.
450-target contest at 16 yards, F.
S. Wright, 441.
650 targets (the 450 at 16 yards and
the two handicap hundreds), Frank S.
Class Trophies. Class A: 450 tar
gets, Frank S. Wright; 650 targets,
Frank S. Wright, 626.
Class B: 450 targets, W. H. Hall,
Maysville, Ky., 434.
Class C: 450 targets, P. R. Earle,
Anderson, S. C, 422.
Class D: 450 targets, C. O. R.
Kindig, Philadelphia, 408.
Former Midwinter Handicap Winners
Here is a list of the Pinehurst Mid
winter Handicap winners from the
start of the series:
Name Yards Score
1908 C. W. Billings .... 18 90
1909 Harry T. Edwards. . 18 92
1910 Dr. D. Lee Culver 18 94
1911 C. H. Newcomb 20 88
1912 H. W. Kahler .... 21 98
1913 J. E. Jennings ... 20 95
1914 C. H. Newcomb . . 23 95
1915 S. A. Huntley . . . . 23 95
1916 W. G. Ramsey .... 17 95
1917 Ira Galbraith .... 21 97
1918 A. G. Healey 19 95
. The following is a complete alpha
betical list of the gunners who took
part in the Midwinter Handicap who
completed the high amateur average
contest, 450 targets at 16 yards.
The first and second figures repre
sent the handicap distance and the
score made in the Midwinter Handicap
today. The last figures show the to
tal number of targets broken in the
450 target contest, the last 75 of which
were shot today.
A. H. Aber, Drovisburg, Pa. 22 84 440
Isaac Andrews, Spartanburg
S. C. 388
T. T. Aycock, Jacksonville 18 91 ...
J. H. Andrew, Akron, O. . . 19 80 . . .
D. W) Baker, Pittsburgh . . 19 86 420
H. Bard, Lancaster, Pa. .... . . 338
James F. Balbirnie, Muskegon
Michigan 19 79 ...
E. L. Bartlett, Baltimore . . 20 90 423
W. E. Beers, New Britain,. 18 91 410
C. W. Billings, OceanportNJ 18 86 382
J. R. Blakesless, Cleveland 20 90 420
C. A. Bogert, Sandusky, O. 20 95 424
H. F. Braddock, Mt. Pleasant,
Pennsylvania 17 82 384
F. E. Brint, Toledo 20 92 422
J. P. Berneman, Lancester, P18 88 398
H. L. Brubaker, Madison, Wis.
consin 17 88 387
H. O. Brotherton, Escanaba,
Roy H. Bruns, Brookville,
Indiana '. 20 93 418
E. J. Buck, Davenport, Io.. . 21 82 437
R. N. Burnes, Hyde Park,
Massachusetts 18 87 408
L. A. Bell, Chicago 340
E. J. Cain, Dayton 20 80 430
C. N. Candes, Toronto 19 89 431
J. I. Chipley, Greenwood, SC 20 84 410
W. F. Clark, Boston 18 84 ...
S. E. Clark, Philadelphia . . 20 80 425
C. D. Coburn,Mechanicsburg 21 94 424
W. B. Cochran, Chester, Pa. 18 85 401
B. V. Covert, Lockport 20 83 416
J. D. Clay, Houston 19 83 41S
J. R. Cothrane, Atlanta ... 18 73 383
G. M. Collins, Duewest, S. C. 20 72 410
W. E. Crane, Hammonton
New Jersey 17 91 394
M. L. Cramer, Holyoke,
Massachusetts 17 92 407
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