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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
Offers a thorough college preparatory course of four
years based on the standard requirements of American
universities. It combines the academic advantages of
small classes and supervised study with special opportuni
ties for outdoor recreation during the winter months.
Physical and military drill are required and provision
made for instruction in all forms of sport, including golf,
tennis, and horsemanship.
Day scholars may be entered in the regular courses and
transportation to and from the village is provided for such
pupils. Beginning with the fall term of 1919, attendance
during the hours from 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. will be re
quired of day pupils.
The teaching staff is as follows:
R. Clinton Piatt (Ox on.) Acting Headmaster; Classics,
History, and English.
Lieut. Hewitt Reynolds, U. S. R., (Princeton); Mathe
matics and Science.
Ensign Thomas R. Pennypacker, U. S. N. R. F., (Har
vard); Modern Languages.
The session for 1919-1920 opens September 24th.
THE MATCH ROUNDS
Hid April Tournament Brought Down to
the Semi Finals
Hckl Odd Mow Offered on a Tin
Whistler Winning- the
The qualifying round of the Mid April
tournament, reported elsewhere in this
issue, -was played on Tuesday, and Wed
nesday saw the playing of the first
match round, in all divisions, on Number
The chief surprise of the day was the
defeat of F. C. Newton, runner up in
the North and South, who fell before
the onslaught of Tom Morrison and lost
by 1 down. Morrison was 1 down at
the turn but squared the match at the
tenth and, playing .better and better all
the time, walked off with the victory at
the home green.
Another unexpected result was II. V.
Seggerman 's 2 and 1 defeat, at the
hands of C. F. Watson, Jr., the medal
list. Most of us, I think, had a sort of
hazy impression that in winning the
medal Watson had gathered in about all
the glory that was coming to him for
the first two days. Seggerman has his
ups and downs in the course of a round,
as a rule, but it calls for darn good golf,
at any time, to beat him 2 and 1.
Ned Beall and E. L. Scofield provid
ed the chief fireworks of the day. Both
went out in 40 and, came home within
the same limit. The North and South
champion was 1 down at the turn, and
after squaring the match fell back again
and was still 1 down, going to the eigh
teenth. Both were in the immediate vi
cinity of the green in 3 but. Scofield
took three more and Beall didn't and
there we all were, on our way to the
nineteenth tee. The first extra hole
was halved in fine style, both going
down under par, and then Beall appar
ently threw the match away by hooking
his drive for the twentieth into a rye
field out Carthage way. He came
mighty near taking the count, on that
ball, but found it in 4.59 flat and caused
it to emerge from the jungle in a math
ematically perfect trajectory. In other
words, he got out fine. And then he
got on with his next shot, went down in
4, and took the hole and the match.
Becker and Phillips had an extra hole
match of their own. Becker was 3
down, going to the fifteenth, but by
dint of playing the last four holes in
2, 5, 3, 5 for a 40, in, he squared the
match where it counts most only to
lose it at the nineteenth, by way of an
The other survivors in the first six
teen were T. W. D. Turner, of Wana
kah, F. S. Danforth, L. D. Pierce, who
came into line to play Beall the next
day, and Pop Fownes, Avho lumbered
around to the fourteenth and then quit,
6 up, on Nat Hurd.
An extra hole match was played in
the second sixteen, where M. B. John-
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nineteenth, and another one was played
in the fourth sixteen between Paul
Blatchford, of Oak Park, and E. W.
Snyder, of Shaker Heights, the final de
cision going to the Chicagoan.
FIRST MATCH BOUND
T. W. D. Turner, Wanakah, beat C.
B. Hudson, North Fork, 3 and 2; Tom
Morrison, Oakmont, beat F. C. Newton,
Brookline, 1 up; F. S. Danforth, North
Fork, beat A. T. Roberts, Detroit, 1 up;
C. F. Watson, Jr., Baltusrol, beat H. V.
Seggerman, Englewood, 2 and 1; H. G.
Phillips, Moore County, beat C. L.
Becker, Philadelphia, 1 up (19 holes) ;
H. C. Fownes, Oakmont, beat N. S.
Hurd, Pittsburg, 6 and 4; L. D. Pierce,
Ekwanok, beat E. H. Wiswell, Mont
clair, 4 and 3; E. C. Beall, Uniontown,
beat E. L. Scofield, Woodway, 1 up (20
A. S. Higgins, St. Andrews, beat W.
L. Milliken, Hyannisport, 3 and 1;
Dickenson Bishop, Dowagiac, beat H. A.
Wrenn, Exmoor, 2 up; W. T. Stall,
Brockton, beat Fred Holdsworth, Oak
ley, 1 up; II. E. Marker, Greensburg,
beat G. M. Howard, Halifax, 4 and 2;
V. A. Seggerman, Englewood, beat M.
B. Johnson, Cleveland, 1 up (19 holes) ;
W. M. Sanford, St. Augustine, beeat
H. D. Waters, Buffalo, 2 up; II. R.
Mallinson, St. Andrews, beat J. R.
Chadwick, Great Neck, 4 and 3; Burton
Preston, Westwood, beat J. D. Arm
strong Buffalo, 1 up. '
S. Y. Ramage, Wanango, beat F. M.
Paist, Springhaven, 6 and 5; Russell
Wiggins, Orange County, won from W.
B. Merrill, Brookline, by default; P.
B. O'Brien, Detroit, beat S. A. Morman,
Kent, 1 up; D. C. Murray, Yahnanda
sis, beat T. II. McGraw, Jr., Oakmont,
3 and 1; II. D. Hyatt, Toledo, won from
II. W. Ormsbee, South Shore, by de
fault; J. W. Harvey, Cadillac, beat G.
T. Dunlap, Canoe Brook, 3 and 1; II.
II. Cutler, Brookline, beat H. A. Lovett,
Royal Montreal, 4 and 3j A. B. Wilder,
Leland, . beat C. F. Conn, Merion, 3 and
, FOURTH SIXTEEN
O. S. Fellows, Orange County, beat
G. A. Magoon, Oakmont, 1 up; E. W.
Bush, Southern Pines, beat P. W. Thom
son, Riverside, 2 and 1; II. G. Waring,
Moore County, beat G. C. Durant, Ur
gantenuek, 4 and 2; Paul Blatchford,
Oak Park, beat E. W. Snyder, Shaker
Heights, 1 up (19 holes) ; J. C. BoAven,
Buffalo, beat II. B. Swoope, Curwens
ville, 6 and 5; T. E. Roberts, Oak Park,
beat Maj. Harold E. Porter, Sea view,
1 up; E. D. Thomson, Riverside, beat
L. D. Chipman, Riverside, 3 and 1; A.
II. VanBrent, Ardsley, beat Hugh Kah
ler, Princeton, 2 and 1.
THE SECOND ROUND
played on Number Two, on Thursday,
produced another surprise, L. D. Pierce
eliminating Ned Beall by 2 up and 1 to
play. Both went out in 39 and were
even at the turn but, coming in, Pierce
had the better of things and was 2 up
at the sixteenth, the match ending with
the halving of the seventeenth.
Frank S. Danforth went out in 37,
against C. F. Watson, Jr, playing tha
last three in 2, 3, 3, and reaching the
turn 4 up. Danforth then took the next
two, and was 6 up at the twelfth. Af
ter that, the medallist got busy, in h;s
turn, and reduced his disadvantage to 2
down at the sixteenth. Watson missed
a putt for a 3 on the seventeenth and
Danforth, who had driven into a trap,
sank a long one for a halve and the
match was over.
Tom Morrison defeated T. W. D. Tur
ner, by 3 and 2, and landed in the semi
finals along with Danforth.
II. C. Fownes played the best all
round game of the day, in his match
with Howard Phillips. Fownes went out
in 38 and was 3 up at ' the turn. He
came home in 41, for a 79, and won by
5 and 4.
C S. Hudson came through by default
of his opponent, in the consolation sec
tion, .in company with II. V. Segger
man, who defeated Capt. A. T. Rob
erts, by 2 and 1. C. L. Becker and E.
L. Scofield survived in the lower brack
et, Becker beating Nat Hurd, 4 and 2,
and Scofield winning from E. II. Wis
well, 4 and 3.
The summary Second Round:
Tom Morrison beat T. W. D. Tumor,
3 and 2; F. S. Danforth beat C. F. Wat
son, Jr., 2 and 1; II. C. Fownes beat II.
G. Phillips, 5 and 4; L. I). Pierce beat
E. C. Beall 2 audi.
C. B. Hudson won from F. C. Newton
by default; H V. Seggerman beat A.
T. Roberts, 2 and 1. C. L. Becker beat
N. S. Hurd, 4 and 2; E. L. Scofield
beat E. II. Wiswell, 4 and 3.
Dickenson Bishop beat A. S. Higgins,
(1 up; W. T. Stall beat II. E. Marker,
3 and 2; V. A. Seggerman beat W. M.
Sanford, 2 up; Burton Preston beat II.
R. Mallinson, Sand 4.
W. L. Milliken won from II. A. Wrenn
by default; Fred Holdsworth won from
O. M. Howard, by default; II. P. Wa
ters won from M.B. Johnson by default;
J. I). Armstrong beat J. R. Chadwick,
:: and 2.
S. Y. Ramage beat Russell Wiggin, 5
and 4; P. B. O'Brien beat D. C. Murray,
L! and 1; J. W. Harvey beat II. P. Hy
att, 2 and 1; II. II. Cutler beat A. B.
Wilder, 2 and 1.
F. M. Paist won from W. B. Merrill,
by default; T. II. McGraw, Jr., won
from S. A. Morman, by default; G. T.
Dunlap beat II. W. Ormsbee, 2 and 1;
C. F. Conn beat II. A. Lovett, 2 and 1.
E. W. Bush beat O. S. Fellows, 3 and
2. Paul Blatchford won from II G. War
ing, by default; J. C. Bowen beat T. E.
Roberts, 6 and 4; A. H. VanBrent
beat Eric D. Thomson, 1 up.
G. A. Magoon beat Percy W. Thom
son, 6 and 5; E. W. Snyder beat G. C.
Durant, 8 and 7; Harold E. Porter beat
II. B. Swoope, 6 and 4; L. DeV. Chip
man won from Hugh Kahler, by default.