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12 The Pinehurst Outlook
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Briarcliff Manor, N. Y.
OPEN MARCH 31st
"Sir Roger knows my humor and allows me to sit up or
go to bed as I please, to have my meals at his own table
or in my chamber as I see fit, to sit and say nothing
withou r bidding me be merry." Addison.
BRIARCLIFF LODGE combines the sociability of club
life the freedom and conveniences of an hotel the personal
comforts of an home. Saddle Horses, Tennis, Golf, Swim
ming Pool. CHAUNCEY DEPEW STEELE
New 18 Hole Golf Course Will Open on Decoration Day
Neva York Office: 342 Madison Avenue
Telephone: Murray Hill 9372
Copyright Aerial Photograph by Captain James Suydam, N.Y.
A PERFECT PUTTER
The inlaid black T square on the McDougal
Putter enables you to easily putt straight for
McDougal Putters are uniformly
machined for accuracy, and per
fectly balanced. Flat, medium
or upright lie, left hand medium
Sent postpaid on receipt
The Thistle Putter Co.
Dept. O, 461 Canal Street
New York City
RAZOOK'S ORIENTAL SHOP
"The Lace and Linen Store of Pinehurst"
New Theatre Bldg.
REAL LACES AND ART LINENS
Kimonos, Negligees, and Undersilks
Complete Line of Silk and Woolen Sweaters
Hand-Made Blouses, Hosiery and Oriental Slippers
A Week of Golf
( Continued from page 3)
Mrs. Barlow, in the face of the weather conditions, played one of
the best golf games of her career.. Mrs. Barlow started off 4-4-5-4,
on the first four holes of No. 1 course here and wa three up, despite
the fact that Mrs. Chapman had a run of five straight fives. Mrs.
Barlow took a 6 on the par-3 seventh hole but turned the first nine
holes of the course in 42, nevertheless. Mrs. Chapman had a 43.
It was awful snappy golf. Par golf on the last three holes of the
first nine would have given Mrs. Barlow a 37 to the turn. Mrs.
Barlow holed out at every flag and came home in 44 strokes for a
gross of 86. She won the match, 4 and 2. She had won both the
medal and final round of a snappy golf tourney.
This, gentle golfers, is one of the things that makes it well worth
while to live to be over 60 years old, n'cest pas?
Summaries of the final rounds follow:
MEN'S TOURNAMENT FINALS
J. W. Munro, Zanesville, defeated T. Russell Brown, Lake Champl'n..3 and 2
E. L. Scofield, Stamford, defeated W. S. Van Clief, Richmond
County 2 up
W. T. Barr, Dering Harbor, defeated Eric Thomson, Riverside,
(19 holes) 1 up
H. C. Fownes, Oakmont, defeated J. V. Hurd, Westmoreland 2 and 1
C. L. Becker, Pinehurst, defeated A. D. Knittle, Schuyikill 7 and 5
J. H. Gallup, Onondaga, defeated J. M. McNamara, Binghamton 4 and 2
W. J. Flynn, St. Albans, defeated C H. Strout, York Harbor 2 up
G. W. Dood, Montclair, defeated Albert Sikes, Buffalo 4 and 2
L. D. Algar, Atlantic City, defeated Dudley Smith, Detroit 1 up
M. B. Lemont, White Marsh, won from Gilbert E. Ryder, Englc-
wood By default
A. W. Stanley defeated Paul Abbott 1 up
J. S. Coburn defeated E. A. Morrison . . .'.7 and 6
WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT FIRST MATCH ROUNDS
Mrs Ronald H. Barlow, Merion, defeated Miss Dorothy Richards,
Cleveland ; 7 and 5
Mrs. John H. Wright, St. Albans, defeated Mrs. H. Rackham, Detroit. 3 and 2
Mrs. John D. Chapman, Greenwich, defeated Mrs. Donald Parson,
Youngs town 6 and 5
Mrs. Joseph Bydolek, Buffalo, defeated Miss Sarah Fownes, Oakmont. S and 3