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12 The Pinehurst Outlook
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Briarcliff Manor, N. Y.
OPEN MARCH 31st
"Sir Koger knows my humor and allows me to sit up or
go to bed as 1 please, to have my meals at his own table
or in my chamber as I see fit, to sit and say nothing
without bidding me be merry." Addison.
BMARCLIFF LODGE combines the sociability of club life the
freedom and conveniences of a hotel the personal comforts of a home.
Saddle Horses, Tennis, Golf, Swimming Pool.
CHAUNCEY DEPEW STEELE
There are now 27 sporty hole of golf available to Lodge guests, with
Gene Sarazen as professional
A? York Office: 342 Madison Avenue
Telephone: Murray Hill 9372
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Copyright Aerial Photograph by Captain James Snydam, N.Y.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Through Pullman Sleeping Car between New York, South
ern Pines and Pinehurst. Effective November 1st:
READ DOWN READ UP
3:40 P.M. Lv New York : Ar. 1:30 P.M.
8:45 A.M Southern Rnes 8:12 P.M.
9:25 A.M. Ar Pinehurst Lv. 7:20 P.M.
ALL-STEEL, VESTIBULED, ELECTRICAL-LIGHTED TRAIN
DINING CAR SERVICE UNEXCELLED
For rates, schedules and other travel information concerning these
popular resorts consult your Ticket Agent or write
JOHN T. WEST
Division Passenger Agent
Raleich, N. C.
S. B. MURDOCK
Gen'l E. Passenger Agent
142 W. 42d St., New York, N.Y.
RAZOOK'S ORIENTAL SHOP
"The Luce 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
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A Vikw on the Ferguson Place Near Pinehurst
NrOT many years ago this section was dotted with beautiful
pine groves but the need of lumber, plus the peach orchards,
plus the fires has disposed of many of them. There are
a few left that have been bought by some of those who love the
section, and its beauty will undoubtedly be retained for the genera
tions that follow.
There is one grove near here which is owned by a lumber company
of which Colin G. Spencer, of Carthage, is the active man. It is
known as Ferguson's Grove; is a little over three miles from Pine
hurst and is perhaps as beautiful as anything near here. Sometime
when going to Aberdeen, turn to the right down a sand road at
the three-mile post. It is about half a mile from the main road.
I asked Mr. Spencer before he cut it to let me send this inadequate
picture and description to The Outlook in the hopes that some of
the readers might like to buy the place. His price seems to me
to be a very reasonable one, and if any one is interested I shall be
glad to tell them more about it.
The Silver Foils
THE Class A prize in the Silver Foils' handicap tourney
against bogey, played on the Number 1 course on Friday
last, was won by Mrs.-C. B. Hollingsworth, of Greensburg,
Pa. Airs. Hollingsworth, aided by a handicap of six strokes,
finished 6 up with a medal score of 48-45-93.
Mrs. Ronald H. Barlow, playing from scratch, came in second,
all even, but led the field in gross scorjng with a round of 42-44-86.
A tie, at 2 down, resulted for the prize in Class B between Mrs.
Nash Rock wood and Mrs. George Proctor.
Miss McGuire Wins Shooting Contest
THE prize in the weekly rifle shooting contest for women was
won by Miss Julia McGuire, of West Newton, Mass., who
registered 116 points out of a possible 150. Miss Dorothy
Davis, of Montreal was second, with 113, and Miss Mary Grace
O'Brien, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. O'Brien, of
Detroit and Pinehurst, was third with 103 points to her credit.
Among others shooting were Miss Marion Bennett, of New Britain,
100; Mrs. J. G. Bransher, of Montreal, 99; Mrs. J. W. Davis,
Toronto, 94; Miss Catherine Cull, Toronto, 92, and Miss Virginia
Voorher, of Philadelphia, 90.
At the Race Track
Playing Days : Tuesdays and Fridays At 3:00 P. M.
Private Lessons by Appointment With the Secretary.