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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
without bidding me be merry." Addison.
BRIARCLIFF 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
Neva 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. 2:40 P. M.
6:19 A.M Southern Pines 9:44 P. M.
7:15 A.M. Ar Pinehurst Lv. 7:20 P. M.
Above schedule in effect to May 15th
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
Raleigh, N. C.
S. B. MURDOCK
Gen'l E. Passenger Agent
142 W. 42d St., New York, N.Y.
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
Medal Play for Tin Whistles
SIXTY-ONE members of the Tin Whistles divided them
selves into two classes on Monday last and engaged in a
medal play tournament over the Number I, Number 2 and
Number 3 courses, strokes being allotted according to the course
E. J. Barber selected the Number 3 course and, playing with all
handicap and a further credit of one stroke for playing that course,
led the field in the lower handicap division and won the Class A
prize with a net score of 89-11-77. T. A. Kelley went out in 44 and
back in 38 over the Number 1 course and wound up with 82-6-76,
but playing that course carried a penalty of two strokes which gave
him a net 78 and second honors.
The best gross round of the day was that of Howard G. Phillips,
who played the Number 2 course and went out in 39 and back
in 41 for a total of 80.
In the higher handicap division, R. C. Blancke and Herman
Ellis tied for the Class B prize. Both these players selected the
Number 1 course and finished the day with net scores of 73 each.
The field finished as follows :
No. 3 E. J. Barber 89-11-77
No. 1 T. A. Kelley 82- 6-78
W. H.Thayer 90-11-79
E. G. Fitzgerald 89-10-79
F. T. Keating 82- 2-80
No. 1 G. T. Dunlap 90-11-81
J. R. Bowker 92-11-81
H. G. Phillips S0- 2-82
C. L. Becker 89- 7-82
No. 3 H. B. Lewis 95-11-83
No. 3 Burton Preston 94-10-83
H. C. Fownes 92- 9-83
No. 1 G. W. Johnson 93-12-83
No. 3 P. B. O'Brien 97-12-84
R. C. Shannon, II 87- 2-85
W. L. Milliken ' 94-10-84
No. 3 R. C. Steese 94- 8-85
No. 1 T. A. Cheatham 83- 0-85
J. B. Eisaman 96-11-85
C. B. Fownes 88- 2-86
No. 1 H. B. Swoope 96-11-87
R. H. Hunt 97- 9-88
No. 3 A. S. Higgins 100-10-89
Thomas Morrison 94- 4-90
G. M. Howard 0-3-0
E. D. Thomson 0-11-0
C. B. Hollingsworth 0-11-0
W. S. Dillon 0-9-0
James Barber 0-11- 0
J. C. Head 0-12- 0
No. 1 R. C. Blancke 101-30-73
No. 1 Herman Ellis 96-25-73
C. S. Strout 90-15-75
No. 1 W. B. Merrill 97-24-75
Norwood Johnston 94-18-76
No. 1 W. M. Hager 94-19-77
No. 3 Warren Bicknell 96-18-77
No. 1 H. W. Ormsbee 104-28-78
No. 3-D. F. Dillon 95-15-79
No. 3 Robert Foote 99-18-80
C. B. Hudson 95-15-80
No. 3 S. Y. Ramage 96-13-82
No. 3 C. H. Lay ; 103-20-82
No. 3 J. L. WyckofY . .101-18-82