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The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, December 15, 1921, Page PAGE 9, Image 9

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DECEMBEE 15, 1921 PAGE f Season's Sports Program List of Principal Events The tournament schedule at Pinehurst opened this season with the playing of the seventeenth annual Autumn tournament on November 9, 10, 11 and 12, followed by the second renewal of the Mid-South Amateur and Professional best-ball event on November 18 and 19. Practically every week until May will witness a hard struggle for honors in some event. Most every year the Country Club committee adds some new and interesting event to its program. The Mid-South had its first inception last year when it brought together one of the strongest fields of amateurs and professionals that ever competed in an event of its kind, and has been added as a permanent fixture to the 'yearly schedule of events. This year the annual Carolina Tournament for Women has been added, and is set for December 6, 7, 8 and 9. A survey of the following will show the season to be replete with interesting events. GOLF nary and Handicap. By a very general request, this tournament this year will not December 28-Jan. 2 be registered. $13,000.00 in money and Nineteenth annual Midwinter Tournament trophies. January 30-Feb. 4 Eighteenth annual St. Valentine's Tour nament February 7-10 Seventeenth annual St. Valentine 's Tour nament for Women ! February 16-17 Second annual Senior 's Handicap. February 21 Eighteenth annual Tin Whistles7 Anni versary March 6-11 Eighteenth annual Spring Tournament March 24-29 United North and South Amateur Cham pionship for Women March 31-April 1 United North and South open Champion ship. (72 holes, medal play.) April 17-22 Fifth annual United North and South Amateur Handicap. This tournament will be registered and run under American Trapshooting Association rules. From November 22 to April 11 there will be a weekly handicap target tournament every Thursday for sterling trophies. RACING November 16-18 Seventh annual Sand Hill Fair and Races. Commencing Thanksgiving Day and until the last of April weekly racing matinees will be held every Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the Pinehurst Jockey Club. These races include Steeple chases, races over the flat, trotting and pacing for professional riders and drivers, and novelty contests and gymkhanas for amateurs. HORSE SHOW April 4-5 April 3-8 Fifth annual Horse Show. Entry blanks United North and South Championship and prize lists may be obtained by writing (36 hole Qualifying round and final of 10 lHe enurw JOCKey uiud. first division.) FIELD TRIALS and DOG SHOW January 23-27 Fifth annual Field Trial and Derby First two days Membership Stake for trophy. Third day, Derby. Purse guar anteed $75.00. Last two days, Free for All. Purse guaranteed $100.00. Nom inations close January 10. Write to Pinehurst Field Trial Club. $5.00 to nominate and $5.00 to start. Nominations close January 10. Write to Pinehurst Field Trial Club. DOG SHOW January 30-31 Fifth annual Dog Show. Entries close January 12. Post entries (50 percent additional entry fee) close January 17 Write to Pinehurst Kennel Club, Leonar Tufts, President. April 11-15 Twelfth annual Mid-April Tournament i PUTTING A Women's Putting contest for a silver trophy is held on the clock greens every Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4.30 TENNIS April 10-15 United North and South. Men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles, mixed doubles; for sterling trophies. The Women's Challenge Cup,to be won three years before it can be kept by a player, is played for in this tournament. TRAP and RIFLE SHOOTING January 16-21 Fifteenth annual Midwinter Prelimi- 4 HOTEL WENT WORTH An Estate Comprising 125 acres, 3 Miles from Portsmouth, N. H. Most beautiful location on. North Atlantic Coast. Sea shore and Country Combined. A First-class Hotel Catering to Exclusive Clientele. All Out door Sports, including Yachting, Deep Sea Fishing, etc. Im proved Golf Course Picturesquely Situated on Ocean Front. Concerts daily by Boston Symphony Orchestra. Also Special Dance Orchestra. SPECIAL FEATURE VEGETABLES FROM OUR OWN FARM SEASON MIDDLE OF JUNE until MIDDLE OF SEPTEMBER Advise early reservations for season 1922 WENTWORTH HOTEL CO., J. P. Tilton, Managing Director Room 805 Little Building, Boston, Mass. BANK OF PINEHURST is the BANK OF SAFETY In the last half dozen years everybody has been gathering up valuable papers, securities, deeds, agreements, etc., that need a place of safety. THE NEW BUILDING OF THE BANK OF PINEHURST Has the most formidable vaults of any bank outside of the largest cities. These vaults defy not only fire, but burglars, which is a more serious danger than fire. Nothing can get through the vaults of the bank of Pinehurst. Boxes to Rent at Low Prices, Which Make Your Papers Safe. Don't take the risk of keeping these things in the bureau drawer or in the trunk. Get them at once into the safe de posit vaults. THE BANK OF PINEHURST The Bank of Safety Pinehurst, N. C.

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