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14 The Pinehurst Outlook
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Summerville, S. G.
(22 miles from historic Charleston)
Fully Open January 1, 1923
SPECIAL EARLY RATES TO FEBRUARY 1st
One of the Finest Winter Resort Hotels in Middle South.
Cuisine and Service on Par with Best Metropolitan Hotels.
SPECIAL JANUARY TOURNAMENTS
GOLF TENNIS SADDLE HO"RSES
Quail, Wild Turkey, Fox and Deer Hunting
No Snow, only Sunshine and Flowers
WILLARD A. SENNA, Manager
Address until Dec. 15th, care of Plymouth Inn, Northampton, Mass.
"CHOISA" Ceylon Tea
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S. S. PIERCE CO.
Boston, Mass. Brookline, Mass.
Tremont and Beacon Sts., Copley Square Coolidge Corner
The Mount Pleasant -:- The Mount Washington
C. J. ROOT, Manager
In the Heart of the
White Mountains of New Hampshire
18 Hole Championship Course and a 9 Hole Course
WINTER: 243 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK
PINEHURST, INC., Owner
THE HOUSE OF
Pinehurst, N. G.
News from Mid-Pines
Mr. W. F. McCarthy, of Boston, and Mr. E. C. Fink, of New
York, are registered at the Club for a fortnight of golf and rest.
Miss Anna Betts, of Catskills, N. Y., and Mr. J. Talbot Johnson
and little daughter, Betsy Jean, of Aberdeen, were guests at the
club for dinner on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Strong, of Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y.,
were among the week's arrivals.
Messrs. Arthur Reed, J. M. Brandon, A. E. Hunt, of New York,
and F. J. Ottes, of St. Paul, were among the visitors during the
Other recent arrivals were Messrs. Walter Herrick and E. R.
Tinker who are here from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Page, Mrs. Lee Page, Mrs. J. V. Hall and
Mrs. J. R. Harbeck and Mr. Henry Page, Jr., were guests for
dinner at the Club on Wednesday evening.
Messrs. D. N. Winton and J. D. Winton, of Minneapolis ; Scott
Stuart, of Sleepy Hollow, and Tyler C. Bronson, of New York,
came over from Pinehurst on Thursday for luncheon and a round
of golf. They were introduced by Mr. S. B. Chapin.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hollaman and Mrs. William Browning, of
Rye, N. Y., and Tyler C. Bronson comprised a mixed foursome on
the links on Tuesday. ;
Among others playing the Club course during the past few days'
were Messrs. T. Russell Brown, John Hamby, Geo. H. Williams,
H. F. Harrison, R. H. Keith, R. W. Fulton, E. N. Chalfonte and
F. E. Woolsey.
Tin Whistles' Round Robin
The Tin Whistles' annual Round Robin tournament was played
over the Number 2 course on Monday last and, as usual, was one
of great interest.
Members qualify for this event with their net scores and six
divisions of four players each qualified for match play. A medal
round the following day was staged for those who failed to qualify
in the round robin.
The match play is conducted so that each member of each division
plays all the others in his division, and the player scoring the greatest
number of wins gets the division prize.
C. L. Becker won the major trophy in the first division from H.
H. Rackham, T. A. Cheatham and T.' A. Kelly. F. T. Keating
triumphed over his three opponents in the second four, and E L.
Scofield, R. C. Shannon and C. F. Lancaster came through victorious
in the third, fourth and fifth divisions, respectively.
G. W. Mead led the field with a net score of 76 in the medal
round for players who failed to qualify in the round robin.
H. H. Rackham won the prize for the best net score in the qualify
New Members Admitted
The following new members were recently elected to the Tin
James M. Bradner, New York; H. B. Emery, Pinehurst; John
M. Jamison, Greensburg, Pa. ; F. W. Kennedy, Springfield, Mass. ;
W. W. Manning, Chicago ; W. S. Morse, Rochester, N. Y. ; Thomas
Neal, Detroit, Mich.; Robert N. Page, Aberdeen, N. C; W. H.
Race, Meriden, Conn.; E. L. Scofield, Pinehurst; W. E. Watson,