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    S1BIBI PINEHURST, MOORE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. Rjjl
FOR THE BIG TOURNAMENT !
Advanced Guard of Amateur Champion
ship Participants Come To-night.
An War Am C3olfm Arc Concerned
all lIoatlM Will I.eml to Iine
liurat .During- Coming Week
THE ADVANCE guard of participants
for next weeks big United North
and South United Amateur Champion
ship Tournament will come to-night,
and from now on until the event opens
every train will bring large additions.
As far as golfers go all roads will lead
to Pinehurst during the coming week.
MANY ENTRIES.
The Executive Committee of the Pine
hurst Golf Club has answered scores of
inquiries concerning the tournament
from all over the country, the response
to the invitations lias been general, and
the list of entries received thus early, is
very large. The event will unquestion
ably be the most notable in the history
of golfing here and one of the important
tournaments of the year.
Every detail of arrangement is com
plete and perfect weather seems assured
to add to the enjoyment and success of
the occasion. Scores of workmen have
been busy on the golf course for weeks
past, preparing it for this important
event, and the results are most satisfac
tory. This work has further been aided
by a growth of grass, the result of last
year's planting, and there is good sod on
many portions of the fair green.
ENTERTAINMENT PLANS.
Plans for the entertainment of the
visitors are well under way, and there
will be many pleasant diversions in the
way of social pleasures and sports for
those who care for them.
Among the social events will be the
weekly card parties at the hotels : The
Holly Inn, Monday, The Berkshire,
Tuesday, and The Harvard, Wednesday
evening.
In addition there will be dances at The
Carolina, Wednesday and Saturday even
ings and The Holly Inn Thursday even
ing, and the afternoon teas at the Golf
Club House. 4
In the way of sports the grounds of
the Gun and Target-Pistol Club will be
open to visitors during the entire week,
and special events are to be arranged in
their honor. A trap shooting tourna
ment Thursday, and a target-pistol tour
nament Friday. Entries for either of
these events may be sent to Herbert L.
Jillson, the Secretary of these Clubs, at
The Carolina.
Taken all in all the week will be the
most notable in the history of Golf in
the South.
T
ENTRIES CLOSE.
Entries for the Amateur Champion
ship close on Tuesday, April 5th, for the
Medal Play Handicap, Thursday, April
except where they conflict with local
rulings.
THE PliOGRAM IN DETAIL.
MONDAY, ArRIL 4TH.
10 :00 A. M. Qualification round Wo
men's Championship, eighteen holes,
medal play, best eight scores to qualify.
Cups for the best net and best gross
scores.
1:30 P. M. First round, eighteen
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THE 1903 CHAMPIONS
7th, and for the Open Southern Cham
pionship, Friday, April 8th. All entrants
for the Handicap must state their club
handicap or play from scratch.
Entries for the Women's Champion
ship close Saturday, April 2nd, and post
entries will, however, be received up to
9:30 A. M., on Monday, April 4th.
F
U. S. G. A. RULES GOVERN.
United States Golf Association rules
wilf govern throughout the tournament,
holes, match play, scratch, Women's
Championship.
TUESDAY, APRIL 5TII.
10:00 A. M. Semi-final round, eight
een holes, Women's Championship.
2:00 P. M. Final round, eighteen
holes, Women's Championship.
4:30 P. M. Driving, approaching and
putting contests for both men and wo
men. Cups for winners in each event.
( Continued to Last Page )
THE TIN WHISTLES LAST!
Their Tournaments Brought to. Close
Witb Medal Play Handicap.
Special I'rize wan an Autog-rapl Copy
of The lion lYrenented lj Au
thor In Recognition of Name.
EliSSgs Volumb VII No-
Saturday, April 2, 1904.
Price Five Cents.
THE TIN WHISTLES closed their
tournament season Tuesday, with
an eighteen-hole medal play handicap, t
Among the most interesting of the prizes
was an autograph copy of "The Boss"
sent by the author, Alfred Henry Lewis,
in recognition of the selection of the
Club's name from his book. The book
was given for the third best net score,
and medals were offered for the first two
best net scores.
President F. J. Bailey of the Kearsarge
Golf Club, North Conway, N. II., play
ing with a handicap of nine, won the
first with seventy-four net, II. W, Priest
of Frauconia, N. II., fourteen, finished
second with seventjr-five, and H. S. Gor
don of New York City, twenty-two,
third in seventy-seven.
THE SCORKS.
Out In Gr Ildp Net
F J Bailey,
Kearsarge, N II, 40 43 83 9 74
II W Priest,
Frauconia, N II, 42 47 89 14 75
II S Gordon,
New York, 47 62 99 22 77
M B Byrnes,
New York, 47 53 100 20 80
L F Brigham,
Salem, Mass, 46 48 94 14 80
C E Harrison,
Wanuanioisut, R I, 42 48 90 9 81
M C Parshall,
Warren, Pa, 42 43 85 4 81
M II Wilson,
Euclid, Cleveland, 43 49 92 11 81
W C Johnson,
Canoe Brook, N J, 46 46 92 18 82
T B Cotter,
Winchester, Mass, 55 62 117 35 82
A E Lard,"
Columbia, Wash, 42 46 88 4 84
A I Creamer,
Kearsarge, 52 53 105 14 91
C A Lock wood,
Highland, L I, 60 62 122 26 96
A G Warren,
Rochester, N Y, No card
DrAC Potter,
Oakley Country, Mass, No card
Walter A Berg,
Boston, Mass, x No card
A C Ketcham,
New York, No card
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