OUTLOOK ft 2 "I
from the Center
THE PNEUMATIC GOLF BALL is ifofttasf at
There's air there compressed air.
This gives the PNEUMATIC a marked advantage over
rubber-covered balls in flight.
Remember your school book told you "The most rapid
ly revolving sphere holds truest in its course"
ThaVs the principle. .
Because of its lightness at the center the driver's stroke
The Pneumatic Golf Ball
a greater amount of underspin than it does to a solid rubber
Therefore, it revolves faster, goes straighter, carries far
ther The PNEUMATIC'S cover is of extra-tough Pararubber
Unlike gutta percha covered balls, the PNEUMATIC
will not cut or gash, no matter what treatment it receives.
The PNEUMATIC is splendidly responsive in the long
game, dependable for the approach, deadly accurate for the
The Goodyear Tike and Rubber Co.
(Golf Ball Dept.) Akron, Ohio
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WASHINGTON, D. C.
American and European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof.
Located in the most Fashionable part of the city and within Ave minutes walk of the Executive
Mansion, Treasury, State, War and Navy Departments.
John X, Devine, Proprietor.
BUSIEST OF THE SEASON
Week1 Brings Many Season Visitors and
Small Army of Golfers.
Social Pleasures Jffuch In Evidence
With Many llrllllant Formal
and Informal Event.
HE week has been the
busiest of the season in
hotel circles, incoming
guests and the small army
of golfers filling them
comfortably ana giving
rooms midseason activity.
Golf has by no means crowded out social
pleasures, but on the contrary, added to
them, and dances, bridge parties and
numerous private dinners have mingled
pleasantly with recreations out of doors
such as riding, driving and picnic parties.
AT THE CAROLOA.
Hundred of Guest Come and Week
I one of Gayety.
Arrivals have crowded in by the score
during the entire week at The Carolina
and the hotel has been the centre "round
which the social life of the Village has
radiated, numerous brilliant affairs both
of a formal and informal nature, being
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. llinehart, Jr., and children,
Stamford, Ct., return for their second season,
welcomed by many former acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Rosenfeld, New York, are
here for their second season and to renew pleas
ant associations of the past.
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Bates Dana, Gt. Harrington,
come for a return and extended sojuorn.
Their visit several seasons ago is pleasantly re
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Tobey, and Mr. and Mrs
Joseph J. Smith, New York, will remain until
well into February.
Mrs. R. McM. Colfelt, New York, and Miss S
Willard, Philadelphia, are here for a long
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford II. Steele, New York,
will remain several weeks.
Mr. a"d Mrs. Geo. W. Watts, Durham, N. G,
and Miss Gore, Baltimore, return for a short
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Radiker, New York, are
here for quail shooting.
Gen. and Mrs. C. Mc. Reeve, Minneapolis, are
making a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I. Wills, New York, return
to remain several weeks.
Mrs. F. L. Froment and L. Victor Froment,
New York, are here for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ostrander, Ambrose Ilig
gins, Philadelphia, are enjoying horseback rid
ing and a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Marshall, New York, will
remain until well into February.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Byrnes, Montclair, return
for a short visit, welcomed by many old ac
quaintances. Mr. E. II. Stevens, Elizabeth, Mr. II. A. Munn,
East Orange, N. J., are spending two weeks
Mrs. C. I. Shannon, and Mrs. W. W. Windle,
Pittsburg, Mrs. II. L. Woodard, Millbury, are
making a short visit.
Mr. T. L. Redfield, New York, comes for a re
turn visit and quail shooting.
Mr. J. E. Porter, Pittsburgh, is here for the
Mr. John P. Walworth, Lawrence, Mass., and
Mr. A. L. Aldred, Providence, will remain into
February.. .' .
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodnow, Boston, will
spend the month here.
Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Vernam, child and nurse,
Roslyn, and .Mrs. B. F. Nbrrls, New York, plan
to stay through January and perhaps longer.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Strong, Rochester, N.
Y., will remain some weeks."
Mr. W. A. Hespel, Baltimore, will spend Jan
Mr. Charles C. Cook, Hartford, returns for an
extended visit renewing pleasant acquaintances
formed in the past.
Mr. Cyrus A. Taft, Whltlnsvllle.Mass .returns
for his second season.
Dr. L. P. Jones, Greenwich, Ct., is making a
Mr. Alvln A.. Morris, Pittsburg, will remain
Mr. Geo. R. Harris, Glen Falls, N. Y., Is here
for the winter.
Mr. Geo. L. White, Waterbury, Ct., will remain
Mr. wye. Johnson, New York, returns for his
second visit this season.
Amond the weeks arrivals were many golfers, '
those bringing their wives including: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Presbrey, Mr. and Mrs. S. Keith
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Harrison, Mr. and
Mrp. Robert Frothlngham, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Holden, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Hawley, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Moffat, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sanford,
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest E. Calkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Brockholst Mathewson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Til-
ton, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hays, Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. Robt. P. Nevin, Jr., Pittsburgh; Mr.
and Mrs. T. Pliny Moran, Washington; Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. llasselman, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Trusdell
Moore, Orange, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A. D- Spald
ing, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Egartoh Chichester,
Boston; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Plummer, Spring
Others who registered here included a large
proportion of participants in both tournaments.
AT THE UOLLY INN.
Week Ilrlng- JTIany Arrival, Golfer
The week brought many arrivals to
The Inn, adding to the big company
already assembled here, prominent among
which were golfers who not only came
for the big tournaments but who plan to
AMONG THE GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. Killam E. Bennett and Miss
Grace Edna Bennett, Camden, N. J., come to
remain some weeks.
Miss G. F. Winterbottam, Chicago, joins Mr.
and Mrs. Winterbottam.
Mr. Edwin W. Bigelow, New York, will remain
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Ware, New Rochelle, N. Y.,
are completing a short visit.
MrP. E. A. Beatty, Philadelphia, is making a
Dr. and Mrs. James Utley, Mr. Robert French
and Miss Cowan, Newton, Maes., are here for
Mr. J. S. String, East Orange, N. J., will re
main several weeks.
The Misses Sylvester, Hanover, Mass., are
completing a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Mann, Boston, were
guests of the week. .
Mr. A. V. Harmaji, Miss Harman, II. V. Har-
man, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Patterson, Master Roger
Patterson and Rev. S. O. Curtice, New Rochelle,
N. Y., return for a short visit.
Among the golfers which the week brought
were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Seanfeed, Montreal;
Mr. W. C. Carnegie, Pittsburg; Mr. J. F. Hutch
inson, St. Andrews, Scotland; Mr. Clarence An-