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PINEHURST, MOORE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
VOL. IX; NO 16.
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH SEVENTEENTH, 1906.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
MISS MARY BUTTON IS FIRST
Makes ninety-two in Qualification for
Women's Tournament.
Mr. O. lee Knight Take Wet Score
Tropby --Match Pla j Hound
Still in Progress.
HE final rounds of the
women's match p 1 a y
handicap tournament are
still in progress, bring
ing to a close the most
successful event of its
character ever held here. Keen play has
been the rule throughout, and the final
result is being awaited with much in
terest. In qualification Monday, Miss Mary C.
Dutton of the Oakley Country Club,
Watertown, led the field with a card of
ninety-two, going out in forty-eight and
coming back in forty-four. Miss Gertrude
Gilbert of Philadelphia, was a close sec
ond in ninety-four, Miss Almira McNeely
of Philadelphia, third in ninety-eight, and
Mrs. M. I). Paterson of Englewood, and
Miss Ethel S. Check of East Orange, tied
for fourth at ninety-nine each.
Mrs. G. Lee Knight of Philadelphia,
whose handicap was thirty, took the net
score cup with eighty-eight, with Mrs.
Montgomery A. Crockett of Buffalo,
whose handicap was also thirty, second
in ninety.
tiik scohes :
Out. In.Gr. ITp.N.
Mrs. G. Lee Knight, CO 58 118 30 88
Philadelphia.
Mrs. M. A. Crockett, 59 CI 120 30 90
Buffalo.
Miss F. Condon, 47 50 97 7 90
Philadelphia.
Miss Florence McNeely, 45 52 97 7 90
Philadelphia.
Miss Mary C. Dutton, 48 44 92 00 92
Boston.
Miss Gertrude Gilbert, 48 40 94 00 94
Philadelphia.
Mrs. II. G. Marvin, 55 59 114 20 94
New London, N. II.
Mrs. I. C. Bates Dana, 53 55 108 12 96
Great Barrington.
Miss Lucy K. Priest, . 63 58 121 25 96
. Boston.
Miss Campbell, . 55 52 107 10 97
Milwaukee.
Mrs. w: Iletherington, 51 CI 112 15 97
Rochester.
Miss Almira McNeely, 47 51 98 00 98
Philadelphia.
Mrs. Myra D. Paterson, 51 48 99 00 99
Englewood.
Miss EthelS. Check, 53 53 106 7 99
East Orange. r
Miss Chandlee, 60 70 130 30 100
Philadelphia.
Mrs. M, II Wilson, 73 68 141 40 101
Cleveland.
SHARP CONTRASTS THESE! 1
A dispatch to The Pinehurst Out
look from Boston, under date of March
15 (Thursday), says:
"Blizzard raging here and in New
York. Six or eight inches of snow
fallen, and still snowing."
And the same wire that brought the
news flashed back this reply from Pine
hurst :
"Perfect weather here with glo
rious sunshine and crisp, pure air !
"Mocking birds singing and flow
ers blooming. Everybody out of
doors !"
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J. D. FOOT, APAWAMIS.
Mr. Foot was the winner of the Club Champion
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PIERCE LEADS THE FIELD
Qualification Round of Spring Tourney
a Pretty Contest.
J2fglityon Starter and Seventjnlne
Ca rd 91 u tcli llay Itouuds De
velop Keen Golf.
FIELD of eighty-one
participants started in
the qualification round
of the second annual
Spr Ingtoumament,
Wedncs day, seventy-
nine handing in cards. The features of
the days play was the pretty contest for
the golf medal offered, L. D. Pierce of the
Woodland Golf Club, Auburndale, Mass.,
leading the field' with a margin of three
strokes.
C. L. Becker of the same club, was
second with eighty, Charles B. Fownes,
Jr. of Oakmont, third in eight-one, Allan
Lard of Columbia, fourth in eighty-two.
and J. D. Foot of Apawamis, and L. K.
Wardwell of Megunticook, tied for fifth
af eighty-three each.
The cards :
PIERCE.
Out 4 5 4 7 4 3 5 4 4-40
In -4 3445553 43777
HECKKH.
Out 5 5 3 5 3 5 5 5 541
In 4 3646363 43380
FOWNKS.
Hit 4 5 4 4 4 4 6 4 338
In 6 4 4 4 5 5 7 3 5-4381
LAUD.
Out 5 4 3 5 3 4 6 3 538
In 5 3 4 4 '6 5 6 6 614-82
FOOT.
Out I 6 2 7 5 5 6 6 646
In 4 3535453 53783
AVAR DWELL.
Out 5 6 3 5 5 5 5 3 542
In 4 3555473 54183
Mrs. Herbert L. Jillson,
Worcester.
Mrs. U.S. Denn)',
Pittsburg.
Mrs. G. II. Converse,
Boston.
Mrs. G. O. Russell,
Winchester.
52 74 126 25 101
52 61 113 10 103
54 56 110 7 103
63 60 123 20 103
Mrs. D. J. Ross, 59 74 133 25 103
Boston.
Miss Naumberg, 68 77 145 30 115
New York.
Mrs. Robert B. Carpenter, 67 76 143 22 121
New York.
Mrs. Taylor Alderdice, 71 87 158 30 128
Philadelphia.
One round was played Thursday to
provide for thirty-six hole finals today,
the favorites having easy matches as a
rule. The feature of the days play was
the Becker Lard match, Mr. Becker
winning with a halved hole, two up and
one to play, on the seventeenth green.
I rora start to finish play was keen as the
medal play scores will show, and the old
rivals of many friendly battles fought it
out stroke for stroke. "
The cards :
BECKER. '
Out-5 5 2 5 3 5 5 3 437
In 4 3545463 63976
LARD.
Out 5 4 3 4 4 4 6 3 5-38
In 5 3446373 54078
    

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