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The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, April 19, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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TRB WliSK’M ARlllVAIiS AT THE CAROLINA ^iss Clara Andev'son, Williamsport, l^aul V. Anderson, Richmond, Va.; ]Vh-. and Mrs. A. J. Blood, Lynn, Mass.; Mrs. W. S. Butterfield, Battle Creek; Orville Benson, Pequannock, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bowen, Buffalo; Dr. fliid Mrs. C. M. Byrnes, Baltimore; F. Blair, Washington; Mrs. Addison Brown, R. G. Brown, New York; H. E. Biokel, Norfolk, Va.; Watson K. Blair, Chica^'o; Miss Emily Browback, Phila- )l(‘li»liia; F. M. Bliss, Washington; Dr. jind Mrs. John H. Carlisle, Passaic, N. J,; William H. Campbell, Richmond, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seabury Cook, Miss Helen Cook, Miss Barbara Cook, Now Bedford, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. (.'apen, Canton, Mass.; Mr.. and Mrs N. Dalny, Hamilton, Canada;; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. DeGroat, Brookline, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Deisel, Li ma, Ohio; M. H. Ewer, New York; Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Eaton, Cleveland; Mrs. M. D. Edbrook, Buffalo; E. B. Kkort, Philadelphia; I. B. Frazer, Miss Isabel Frazer, Ottawa; Mrs. Anderson F(»wli‘r, A. A. Fowler, Miss Agnes Fow ler, Oswald Fowler, New York; Mr. anil Mrs. Austin G. Fox, Austin H. Fox, New York; O. S. Fellows, Middletowni, X. Y.; Jay (iates, Philadelphia; F. L. (Irund, I’hiladelphia; L. W. Gleason, Miss Ruth Gleason, Williamsport, Pa.; .Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Green, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. S. Harold Greene, Miss Dorothy Greene, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Goetchins, New York; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grace, Bethlehem, Pa.; A. W. Hedrick, Boston; Dr. A. Heineberg, Philadelphia; Mr and Mrs. A. H. Ide, Saratoga Springs; F. B. Jennings, Jr.’ New York; H. N. Kirkland, New York; T. B. Kinder, Washington; Gordon L. Leake, New York; Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mixter, Boston; Miss S. M. Miles, New Orleans; Mrs. H. N. Mendel, Milwaukee; F. C. Newton, Lowell, Mass.; M. A. Nu- land, Philadelphia; M L. Newhall, Phil adelphia; Mr and Mrs. S. P. Peck, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Prack, Toronto; Miss K. M. Peel, Baltimore; Joseph Purcell, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pace, Cincinnati; Mrs. M. W. Parken, Damariscotta, Me.; John Reis, Montclair; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sny der, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Slocum, Newport, R. I.; F. A. Stevens, Washington; Miss B. Thomp son, Hamilton, Canada; Miss Margue rite Thompson, Atlanta; G. G. Thorp, Chicago; Arthur H. VanBrent, New York; R. F. Weinkem, Baltimore; Mrs. J. P. Walker, Evanston, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Wall, Oshkosh; Lt. Allan Winslow, Chicago; Mr. and Mr. Henry D. Waters, Buffalo j Miss Agnes W. Zeelauf, New York. AT THE HOLLY INN Mr. and Mrs. John Barclay, Green- Inirg, Pa.; Kenneth Carpenter, Chica go; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Carpenter, Miss Marion E. Carpenter, Evanston, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Bigelow Crocker, Fitch burg, Mass.; Dr. and Mrs. L. DeV. Chipman, St. John, N. B.; Millton L. Cushing, Fitchburg, Mass.; E. A. Cas well, New York. George Church Du rant, Great Barrin^on, MaSs.; W. A. the pinehurst outlook Firstbrook, Toronto; Mrs. L. D. Fra- ker. Ensign Walter Fraker, Charles D. Fraker, Miss Helen Fraker, Duluth, Minn.; C. Gartung, E. Gartung, River Forest, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hop kins, Melrose, Mass.; J. W. Harvey, Cadillac, Mich.; John M. Jamison, Miss Isabel B. Jamison, Greenburg, Pa.; Rev. Thomas A. Judge, Phoenix, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Morrison, LaPorte, Ind.; S. A. Morman, Grand Rapids, W. J. Olcott, Duluth; Mrs. Gregg Pyer, Pittsburg; Mrs. Edward P. Parsons, Dorchester, Mass.; A. M. Pettine, Bos ton; Mrs. H. C. Rawley, Richmond, Va.; Alfred Roth, New York; Thomas E. Roberts, Oak Park, 111.; R. Fitz Ran dolph, Frederinckton, N. B.; A. H. FitzRandolph, St. John, N. B.; Mr. and Mrs. William E. Taylor, LaPorte, Ind.; J. W. Whiteside, Chicago. AT THE BERKSHIRE Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Ackerly, New York; Leonard Bramby, Hicks- ville, L. I.; Willis M. Brown, Lynn, Mass.; Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Batchelder, Dover, N. H.; Thomas Barber, Boston; Robert B. Baldwin, New York; William S. Baldwin, New York; E. N. Dickens, New York; Harry Hardester, Beverly, Mass.; B. F. Lewis, Jr., Broomall, Pa.; B. F. Lewis, Lansdowne, Pa.; G. Wilson MacDow, Boston; B. E. Martin, Brook lyn. W. T. Muray, Atlanta; J. M. Mar tin, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Grace Masnoy, New York; Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Parks, Robert L. Parks, r., Springfield, Mass.; Frank Richardson, Swampscott, Mass.; Mrs. Ralph A. Sturges, New New York; Almon B. Wilder, Oberlin, Ohio. Max Weiss, Dickson City, Pa. AT THE PINE CREST Mr. and Mrs. A. Ogden Jones, New York; Mrs. E. H. Ripley, Menden, Vt.; Donald C. Brace and Ernest F. Brace, New Rochelle; H H. Whitcomb, Water- bury; Mrs. Eugene Carr, Somerville, Mass; S. and J. Codesby, Toronto. Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. McBride, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Anderson, Pittsburg; Mrs. Charles Thayer and Mrs. Cassius Hunt, Somerville, Mass.; Capt. and Mrs. L. T. McMenerey, Wash ington; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cablus, Miss Bessie M. Cablus, Waterbury; Mrs. J. W. Converse, New York; Miss B. Hovey, Miss D. J. James, Cam bridge, Mass.; Mrs. William Kommer, Miss Helen Kommer, Pittsburg; Mrs. J. R. Towle, Chicago; Mrs. H. R. Rog ers, Providence; Mrs. A. M. Walker, Taunton, Mass. RINQER SCORE CONTESTS The Tin Whistles ringer score contest is still going strong as we go to press, with Major Ranney and John D. Chap man tied for the lead and several others a stroke or so behind, but the Silver Foils Ringer Contest may be regarded as settled. That is to say, Mrs. Hurd leads the field by a margin of 8 strokes, at 67—sixteen holes of the Number One course played in par and the other two below par. If it were not for the very fine and solitary 2 made by Mrs. Barlow on the eighteenth, at the end of the Silver Foils champion ship tournanicnt, Mrs. Hurd’s 67 would represent the best ball of all contest ants. The Par Golf BalLs ^ of 1919 ANt’ RADIO M 05 RED FLASH .85^ BLUE FLASH .75 TAPLOW 60^ SILVER ™G?L25 A I ir.uT QAi I c/no \A/nMPN PKiril AMHT AMEf^lCA’5' BEi'T. LONG .TRUE.JTPONG BPILLIANT AND VERy IN ACTION DEPENDABLE GOOD ALL-AROUND BALL A LIGHT BALL FOP WOMEN THE BEST FLOATEP MADE: ENGLAND’^ BEJ'T IMPORTED C.LUBJ', CAPS, BRITISH GOLF J'UITJ', stockings*. SOGKS, golf ^HQE«y. mmm. SolenaiionaliistriUor %wyorUd%iUelpki, CN/CA60 OFF/C^ geo.b/^aid.lvtten bldo mm. BOSTON OFF/CE ROBT.HAGOEt^Ty, BIG£LOW-/eNA/Af>0 BID6

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