North Carolina Newspapers

    THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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SIXTY-EIGHT PARTICIPANTS
Contest for Carolina Tropbles Draws
Large Field of Entries.
Ml K. C. Harley, X. A. Maker,
Charles Jareckl and M. 11.
IByrnes are Cup Winner.
AN eighteen-hole, medal play, handi
cap, with two classes, A and B,
for The Carolina cups offered for the
two best net scores in each class, was an
interesting golf feature Saturday.
The entry list was the largest of the
season, sixty-eight participating, and
the players finished closely bunched, a
single stroke winning the first cup in
each class.
Miss K. C. Harley of Fall Elver,
Mass., playing with a handicap of
eighteen, and J. A. Baker of the Glen
View Golf Club, Chicago, whose handi
cap was twelve, tied for the first cup in
Class A with seventy-one net, each, Miss
Harley winning in the play-oft".
In Class B, Charles Jareckl of Erie,
Pa., playing with a handicap of .twelve,
won the first cup with eighty-six net,
leading M. B. Byrnes of New York,
whose handicap was ten, a single stroke.
The detailed scores tell the story of
one of the most closely contested events
of the season.
THE SCORES.
CLASS A.
Out In Gr Hp Net
Miss K C Harley,
Fall River, Mass., 44 45 89 18 71
J A Baker,
Glen View, Chicago, 37 46 83 12 71
Mrs M D Patersou,
Knglewood, 45 45 90 18 72
C II Wheeler,
Baltusrol, 43 44 87 4 73
W A Clark,
Montclair, 45 46 91 15 76
George C Dutton,
Oakley, Watcrtown, 37 45 82 5 77
II A Crary
Warren, Ta., 45 46 91 13 78
J M Augur,
Brooklawn, Bridgeport, 47 45 92 14 78
N S Hurd,
Pittsburg Country, 44 50 94 14 80
J G Thorpe,
Oakley Country, 37 43 80 0 80
F J Bailey,
Kearsarge, N II, 44 49 93 12 81
J F Black,
Spring Haven Coun-
try, Chester, Pa, 47 49 96 15 81
E A Freeman,
Montclair, 40 41 81 0 81
M C Parshall,
Warren, Pa, 43 44 87 5 82
G W Robeson,
Oak Hill, Rochester, 44 52 96 14 82
II Wendell,
Wayne, Pa, 45 45 90 8 82
C E Harrison,
AVannamoisut, Provi
dence, 43 52 95 12 83
S L Allen,
Morristown, N J, 99 16 83
G II Johnson,
Ardsley, 46 54 100 16 84
A D Palmer,
Essex Country,
Orange, N J, 40 62 102 18 84
A C Ketcham,
New York, 52 51 103 18 85
E P Sholl
Appawanis, Rye, N Y, 47 54 101 15 86
J Ramsey, Jr,
St Loui3 Country, 47 55 102 16 86
F P Lee,
Wagamiscock, Mil-
ford, Mass, 43 50 93 12 86
L F Brigham,
Salem, Mass, 48 56 104 16 88
C W Baker
New York, 50 53 103 14 89
N L McCutcheon,
Greenwich, 52 52 104 . 14 90
M II Wilson,
Cleveland, No card 12
L II Irwin,
Nassau, L I, No card 12
S W Bowles,
Appawannis, Rye, N Y, No card 12
W S North,
Riverside, Chicago, No card 12
J Howard Edwards,
Tedesco, Bridgeport, No card 12
Dr A C Potter,
Oakley, Watcrtown, No card 18
W W Burton
Ekwanok, New York, No card 9
P R Babcock,
Racine, Wisconsin, No card 16
Mrs St John Smith,
Portland, Maine, No card 18
CLASS B.
Charles Jarecki,
Erie, Pa, 46 52 98 12 86
M B Byrnes,
New York, 48 49 - 97 10 87
C A Cass,
Altoona, 50 54 104 15 89
S P Blount,
Hinsdale, Chicago, 47 51 98 8 90
G A Mosher,
Troy, N Y, 43 55 98 6 92
John G Nicholson,
New Bedford Coun-
try, Mass, 53 55 108 16 92
R M Gummerc,
Northampton, Pa, 46 57 103 10 93
J P Ramsey,
St Louis, 53 55 108 15 93
L Welles,
Wyalusing, Pa, 58 54 112 18 94
II A North,
Chicago, 49 57 106 10 96
II S Gordon,
New York, 56 56 112 15 97
Capt J P Crane
Winchester, Mass, 50 60 100 3 97
George M Ludlow,
Onwintsia, Chicago, 48 58 106 9 97
II W Smedley,
Marion, Philadelphia, 53 49 102 4 98
A M Rowley,
Springlield country,
Mass, 50 51 101 2 99
G B Harrington,
Washington,. 52 CO 112 12 100
E R Ogden,
Chicago, 100 0 100
J 1) Doris,
Huntingdon, Pa, 52 55 107 7 100
W S Hurd,
Pittsburg, 51 62 113 12 101
J D C Ramsey,
Oak Hill Country,
Gloucester, 52 55 107 4 103
G II Balfour
Royal Montreal Club, 58 60 118 12 106
F T Ellison,
Rochester Country, 59 62 121 12 109
E A Sanborn,
Boston, No card
F B Simpson,
Westlield, N J, No card 14
A A Reynolds,
North Adamg, Mass, No card 18
George W Avid,
Troy, N Y, No card 16
Henry Avid,
Hudson River, Troy, No card 10
E E Rapley,
Columbia, Washington, No card 10
W II Rapley,
Columbia, Washington, No card 12
Dr Swanstedt,
Columbia, Washington, No card 8
Edgar M Smith,
New York, No card 18
Miss Eleanor Freeman,
Montclair, No card 5
lowly and Contrite.
Clergyman I hope, madam, your hus
band is prepared to meet death.
Wife Indeed, he is, sir, he paid up his
life insurance policy last week The
Actuary,
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x on the most fashionablo
thoroughfare in Washington,
very convenient to all point
of interest aud within flvo
minutes' walk of the White
House, State, War, Navy and
Treasury Departments, and
Coicoran Ait Gallery. Cars
passing the door run direct to
Capitoland depots. The bouse
and furnishings are new. The
rooms are arranged both
single and en suite, with pri
vate baths, and is conducted
on the American plan. Rates
$3.00 a day and upward. Long
Distance Telephone in every
rom. Especially attractive
for ladles traveling alone.
HARRINGTON MILLS
PROPRIETOR.
THE BERKSHIRE,
PINEHURST, N. C.
The Berkshire has all modern conveniences for health and comfort: running
water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, bath rooms, steam heat, open fires
and electric lights. The guests rooms are comfortable and home-like and the public
rooms are roomy and attractive.
J. A. SHERRARD, Manager.
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