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    THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
AT THE SIGN OF THE HOLLY
FOR CONSOLATION CUPS
HOTEL CHAMBERLIN
OLD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA.
Ho Indication of Decrease In Great Com
pany Assembled Here.
Series of Close Contests Lead Up to
the Final Bound.
The Most Magnificent Resort Hotel In America.
Open all the year New Management 1903
GOLF,
TENNIS,
SAILING,
HUNTING
FORTRESS MONROE, the largest Military Post in the
United States.
HAMPTON ROADS, the rendezvous of the North Atlantic
Squadron.
Best Shooting East oi the Rockies, From Sept. to May.
A GREAT
GAME
PRESERVE
10,000 Acres
Write for our two booklets 44 Both Arms of the Service''1 and
44 Shooting in the Old Dominion :" free upon application.
New York Office, 289 Fourth Are., Phone 1749 18th St. Geo. F. Adams, Mgr., Fortress Monroe, Ta.
Booklets and information can be had at The Standard Guide Information Bureaus, St. Augustine
and Palm Beach, Florida.
A SHORT SEA TRIP ON THE WAY TO PINEHURST,
The daily sailings of the handsomely appointed steamships of the
OLD DOMINION LINE
offer the most delightful way to reach Pinehurst.
Leaving New York at 3 p. m., daily, the traveler has the advantage of a spacious stateroom, ex
cellent cuisine and a restful, bracing sea-trip down the coast, reaching Norfolk next morning, to
finish the trip on the Seaboard Air Line Railway.
A landing is made at the HOTEL CHAMBERLIN, OLD POINT COMFORT, where stop-over
privilege permits of an agreeable break in the journey to Pinehurst.
For full information apply to
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
8J Beach Street, New York.
II. H. Walker, V. P. & Traf. Mgr. J. jr. Brown, O. P. A.
Pinehurst Casino-Cafe
Provides excellent New England cooking and table board at a moderate price.
F. H. ABBOTT, - - - Manager,
THE CHOICE OF?
WEDDING GIFTS
IN comprehensiveness, variety of design and beauty of
workmanship the very exceptional stock of The GORHAM
Co., Silversmiths, will be found particularly satisfactory.
Every possible requirement of the Family Table
Service, including choice patterns in Forks and Spoons";
an unequalled assortment of Dinner, Tea and Dessert
Services; as well as a unique collection of highly artistic
and varied Individual Pieces may be seen at their warerooms.
The GORHAM CO.
Silversmiths and Goldsmiths,
Broadway and Nineteenth St., New York.
Bridg-e Whist and Afternoon Card
Parties much EnJyed--Milltary
Euchre Is llepeated.
THERE is no sign of decrease in the
numbers great company assembled
at The Holly Inn, and the guests are
thoroughly enjoying life in doors and
out.
Bridge and afternoon card parties are
being much enjoyed and military euchre
was given a successful repetition at the
weekly card party Monday evening.
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AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mrs. K. H. Field, Redlands, Cal., and
Mrs. Allen Miner, Rochester, N. Y., are
here for a long stay. Mr. Field will join
them in a few days.
Mrs. John F. Street, Mr. Henry Abbott
Street, Pawtucket, R. I., return for their
second season, and an extended stay.
Mrs. J. T. Maguire, Miss Helen Ma
guire, Pawtucket, R. I., are delighted
with their first visit to Pinehurst and
will remain until well into May.
Mr. J. S. Denlinger, Williamsburg,
Pa., joins Dr. J. E. Rigg, and will re
main until the middle of April.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Johnson, infant
and nurse, New York, are here for a
short visit,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lowe. Waterbury,
Conn., come for the balance of the sea
son. Mrs. William A. Davis, Camden, N.
J., joins Mrs. William West for a brief
sojourn.
Mr. Charles A. Pooley, Mr, Charles W.
Pooley, Buffalo, N. Y., will remain sev
eral weeks.
Mr. J. E. Rigg, Mr. Carl H. Rigg, and
Miss Louise Rigg, Williamsburg, Pa.,
come for a two weeks visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McKelvey, Pitts
burg, Pa., come for a month's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sphiere and child,
Boston, Mass., were guests during the
week.
Mrs. J. H. Voorheez, New York, come
for the season,
Mrs. D. C. White and Miss Williams,
Buffalo, N. Y., are here for a long so
journ. Mr, and Mrs. E. K. Ludington and
child, St. Louis, Mo., come for some
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pennell, Mrs.
Charles J. Morrill, Mrs. Edgar Mac
Niehol, Portland, Maine, join Mr. and
Mrs. Charles J. Pennell, and will remain
throughout the season.
Mr. George O. Russell, Boston, Mass.,
is here for an extended stay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Carpenter, Pitts
field, Mass., come for a brief visit.
Mrs. C. J. Cole, and C. J. Cole, Jr.,
Philadelphia, Ia., are spending several
weeks here.
Miss M. P. Bacon, Mrs. J. H. Daven
port, Miss M. . W. Eastman, Boston,
Mass., were guests during the week.
Mr. N. W. Benson, Albany, N. Y, is
here for a brief visit.
Dr. E. H. Og-den, A. iff. Itowlej, Iflin.
UI. II. Byrnes and Miss H. A.
Cutler, Win Cups.
THE annual consolation match play
handicap open to both men and
women who had played in tournaments
of the season without winning trophies,
was a golf event of the week, which at
tracted considerable interest. The medal
play qualification round was closely con
tested and match play rounds were char
acterized by some close contests. A
feature of these was the match between
C. E. Harrison of Providence, R. I., and
G. A. Mosher of Troy, N. Y., which it
took twenty-one holes to decide.
Dr. E. R. Ogden of the Washington
Golf Club, Chicago, 111., whose match
play handicap was eleven, won the men's
trophy from A. M. Rowley of Spring
field,Mass., whose handicap was twelve,
six up and four to play.
Mrs. M. B. Byrnes of New York,
playing with a handicap of seventeen,
won the women's cup from Miss S. A.
Cutler of Newton, Mas3., whose handi
cap was eighteen, three up, and one to
play.
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THE SCORES.
Out In Ur Hp Net
AM Rowley 46 45 91 16 75
Geo W Robensou 46 42 88 11 77
DrER Ogden 46 50 96 15 81
FPLee 46 52 98 15 83
GAMosber 48 52 98 15 83
CE Harrison 44 50 90 10 84
DrGWMurdock 51 54 105 20 85
ACKetcham 51 55 106 18 88
SL Allen 45 58 103 15 88
L Welles 55 55 110 22 88
Note Failed to qualify in tie play-off.
Mrs William West 51 59 110 18 92
MrsBTomkins 56 59 108 14 94
Miss Ethel S Check 59 60 119 25 94
MissWVCullen 55 68 123 27 96
Mrs M B Byrnes 58 61 119 22 97
Miss LK Priest 56 65 121 23 98
Miss S A Cutler 60 66 126 25 101
Miss A R Taggart 60 71 121 27 104
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THE SUMMARY.
Men.
First Round A. M. Rowley, Springfield,
Mass., (12), beat Dr. G. W. Murdock, Cold
Springs, N. Y., (15), two up, one; A. C. Kctcham,
New York, (14), beat George W. Robenson, Oak
Hill, Rochester, (7), two up, one; C. E. Harri
son, Wannamoisut, Providence, (8), beat G. A.
Mosher, Troy, N. Y., (11), one up, 21 holes; Dr.
E. R. Ogden, Waihington, Chicago, (11), beat F.
P. Lee, Magimiscock, Milford, Mass., (11), two
up, one.
Semi-Finals Rowley beat Ketcham, two up;
Ogden beat Harrison, one up.
Finals Ogden beat Rowley, six up, four.
Women.
First Round Mrs. M. B. Byrnes, New York,
(17), beat Miss A. R. Taggart, New York, (20),
two tip; Mrs. Tomkins, Baltusrol, (12), beat Miss
Ethel Check,, East Orange, (18), five up, four;
Miss Lucy K. Priest, Franconia, N. II., (17),
beat Miss W. V. Cullen, Baltusrol, (20), three
up, two; Miss S. A. Cutler, Newton, Mass., (18),
beat Mrs. William West, Camden, N. J., (14), by
default.
Semi-Finals Mrs. Byrnes beat Mrs. Tom.
kins, one up, nineteen holes; Miss Cutler beat
Miss Priest, two up.
Finals Mrs. Byrnes beat Miss Cutler, three
up, one.
    

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