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The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, December 15, 1921, Page PAGE 7, Image 7

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DECEMBER 15, 1921 PAGE 7 MRS. JOHN D. CHAPMAN WINS CAROLINA TOURNAMENT FOR WOMEN Mrs. John D. Chapman of the Green wich Country Club, a member of the Griscomb Cup team and Pinehurst 's cot tage colony, carried off her full share of honors in the Carolina tournament for women by winning the qualifying medal and defeating Miss Louise Fordyce of Youngstown, for first division honors and the trophy in the final round of match play. The Carolina is a new tournament added this season and brought out a field of four divisions. The qualifying round resulted in a triple tie between Miss Fordyce, Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Herman Ellis of Lon don and Pinehurst, each of these ladies taking 100 strokes to negotiate the round. In the play-off, which was held after match play rounds had been disposed of, Mrs. Chapman came out victorious with a score of 49-45-94, as against 49-47-46 for Miss Fordyce and 51-51-102 for Mrs. Ellis. Mrs. Chapman and Miss Fordyce ad vanced to the finals by virtue of vic tories in the semi-finals over Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Armstrong, respectively, and took up the battle for the first division trophy. Neither of these golfers were up to their usual good game in this round. Miss Fordyce, who qualified in the na tional championship at Hollywood this summer, repeatedly hit her shots off the line and was off on putting. Mrs Chap man was better on the greens than her opponent and this figured largely in the final outcome. The second division trophy went to Mrs. Myron W. Marr, who defeated Miss Caroline Bogart, 2 up; Mrs. I. S. Robe son disposed of Mrs. L. C. Beall, 1 up, for third division honors, and Mrs. Lee Page was victorious over Mrs. F. C. Merrick for the fourth division trophy. The field played as follows :- Qualifying Round Mrs. Herman Ellis, Pinehurst 100 Mrs. John D. Chapman. Pinehurst 100 Miss Louise Fordyce, Youngstown 100 Mrs. F. T. Keating, Pinehurst 107 Mrs. L. F. Wanner, Cherry "Valley 110 Mrs. H. H. Rackham, Detroit 112 Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, Pinehurst 113 Mrs. D. R. Meigs, Pottstown 113 Mrs. G. A. Magoon, Oakmont 114 Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse, Pinehurst 118 Mrs. E. L. Scofield, Pinehurst 122 Mrs. F. C. Merrick, Shaker Heights 148 Mrs. C. M. Rudel, Montreal 133 Mrs. A. S. Higgins, St. Andrews 140 Miss Carolyn Bogart, Pinehurst 116 Mrs. M. W. Marr,, Pinehurst 117 Mrs. G. M. Howard, Pinehurst 121 Mrs. Harvey Banks, Greenwich 113 Mrs. Lee Paige, Aberdeen " " 145 Mrs. Jay V. Hall, Baltusrol .140 Mrs. L. C. Beall, Uniontown 124 Mrs. I. S. Robeson, Rochester 126 Miss C. L. Krauter, Youngstown 116 Mrs. A. L. Gilman, Cleveland 117 Mrs. R. H. Webber, Detroit 117 Match Play, First Eight First round Miss Fordyce beat Mrs. Keating, 3 and 1; Mrs. Armstrong beat Mrs. Wanner, 1 up, (19 holes); Mrs, Chapman beat Mrs. Rackham, 8 and 7; Mrs. Ellis beat Mrs. Meigs, 3 and 2. Semi-finals Miss Fordyce beat Mrs. Armstrong, 6 and 5; Mrs. Chapman beat Mrs. Ellis, 4 and 2. Final Mrs. Chapman beat Miss For dyce, 3 and 1. Second Eight First round Miss Krauter beat Mrs. Magoon, 2 up; Mrs. Marr beat Mrs. Waterhouse, by default; Miss Bo gart beat Mrs. Webber, 5 and 4; Mrs. Gilman beat Mrs. Banks, 2 up. Semi-finals Mrs. Marr beat Miss Krauter, 3 and 2; Miss Bogart beat Mrs. Gilman, 4 and 2. Final Mrs. .Marr beat Miss Bogart, 2 up. Third Eight First round Mrs. Robeson beat Mrs. Scofield, 2 up; Mrs. Hull beat Mrs. Card 3 and 2; Mrs. Beall beat Mrs. Rudel, 5 and 4; Mrs. Howard beat Mrs. Hig gins, 6 and 5. Semi-finals Mrs. Robeson beat Mrs. Hull, 3 and 1 ; Mrs. Beall beat Mrs. Howard,, 2 and 1. Final Mrs Robeson beat Mrs. Beall, 1 up. Fourth Division Mrs. Page beat Mrs. Stratthy, 4 and 3; Mrs. Merrick beat Mrs. Bryant, 3 and 1. Final Mrs. Page beat Mrs. Merrick, 3 and 1. SURGICAL ASSOCIATION IN SESSION AT PINEHURST Prominent surgeons from all sections of the United States are gathered at Pinehurst to attend the thirty-fourth annual session of the Southern Surgical Association, which opened at the Caro lina on Tuesday of this week and will remain in session through Thursday. While sectional in its inception, the association has for a number of years been national in scope and the 200 sur geons to which its membership is limited represent practically every state in the Union. Over 140 of the members, an unprecedented attendance, will take part in the proceedings here. The convention opened with Dr. Ran dolph Winslow of Baltimore, President, presiding. The morning and evening of the opening day were devoted to business sessions, while golf and other recreation occupied the attention of these distin guished visitors during the afternoon. Numerous social functions and sport events have been arranged for the mem bers and for the ladies in the party. The Association dinner will be held at the Carolina on Wednesday evening. CHRISTMAS TREES will be provided this year as usual for about five hundred white and colored native children. Those who desire to share in this worthy undertaking may leave their contributions at the desk of either of the hotels or send direct to Rev. T. A. Cheatham. THE JEFFERSON THE MOST MAGNIFICENT HOTEL IN THE SOUTH RICHMOND, VIRGINIA m 1 1 !H mm - ... ; ? ? i - v-" 0 " 1 1 ' " '"hi The many points of historic interest in, and around the .City, and its central location make Richmond a very desirable stop-over for tourists. Eighteen Hole Golf Course of Country Club of Virginia Nearby Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. Turkish and Roman Baths. Every comfort for the tourist, every .convenience for the traveling man. ' For handsomely illustrated booklet or reservation, address THE JEFFERSON, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA O. F. Weisiger, Manager ESTABLISHED 1818 MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK Telephone Murray Hill 88 oo Christmas Suggestions for the Golfer: Shetland Wool Sweaters, Waistcoats Mufflers and Caps Scotch Wool Grip-Mittens, Garters, Half-Hose and Long Hose Leather Jackets & Waistcoats Flannel Shirts, Special Boots and Shoes Spats and Gaiters Pipes, Pouches, Gigar-and Cigarette Cases Fur and Fur-Lined Garments, Caps and Gloves Send for list classified according to prices and "The Art of Tying the Cravat" BOSTON TREMONTCOR BOYLSTON NEWPORT 220 BELLEVUE AVENUE

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