VOL. IX; NO 17.
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH TWENTY-FOURTH, 19U6.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
MEDAL MIXED FOURSOMES
W. C. Fownes and Mrs. Donald J. Ross
Win Close Tie Play-off.
Tj. I. Pierce and Mi Check Well
up and licit of Field Finishes
in Close Order.
UESDAY'S medal play
handicap mixed four
somes for cups" offered
for the best gross score,
by Herbert L. JiJlson,
drew a Held of twenty-
four couples and resulted in an interest
ing tournament, in which close scores
were the feature.
L. D. Pierce of the Woodland Golf
Club, and Miss Florence Condon of Phil-
I TIN WHISTLES' ANNUAL g
The annual Club Championship tourna
ment of the Tin Whistles began Wednes
day afternoon with an eighteen hole
qualification round, I. C. Bates Dana of
Great Barrington, leading the field with
a card of eighty-three. J. D. Foot of
Apawamis, L. E. Wardwell of Megunti
cook, L. D. Pierce of Woodland and Wil
liam C. Freeman of Montclair, tied for
second at eighty-six, the balance of the
field between eighty-seven and ninety
seven. The match play rounds, which
will continue through today, promise
many keen matches.
I. C. B. Dana, Great Barrington,
J. D. Foot, Apawamis,
L. E. Wardwell, Camden, Me.,
Out In Gr.
40 43 83
39 47 86
46 40 86
L. D. Pierce, Woodland, 40 46 86
Wm. C. Freeman, Montclair, 40 46 86
H. V. Priest, Tedesco, 43 44 87
G. Lee Knight, Philadelphia, 41 47 88
H. C. Fownes, Pittsburg, 38 51 89
C. L. Becker, Woodland, 44 46 90
C. B. Fownes, Pittsburg, 45 45 90
J. O. H. Denny, Pittsburg, 46 45 91
W. C. Fownes, Pittsburg, 45 47 92
Geo. O. Russell, Arlington, 45 49 94
C. E. Cameron, East Orange, 48 46 94
JI. W. Ormsbee, Brooklyn, 47 50 97
A. I. Creamer, North Conway, 48 49 97
FAILED TO QUALIFY.
H. S. Gordon, Kerhonkaon, N. Y., 60 48 98
George Worthington, Bennington, 52 52 104
C. II. Kosenfeld, New York, 54 50 104
T. J. Royce, Rutland, Vt., 51 55 106
J. E. Kellogg, Fitchburg, 49 67 106
MaJ. S. R. Smith, Wilmington, 62 67 109
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Annnal Minstrel Show Promises to be
"Bigger and Better."
Undiscovered Comet, Star and Sat
elllte Hare lots of Thing-
Up Their Sleeve.
WO evenings of the com
ing week, Tuesday and
Wednesday, at the Vil
lage hall, will be devoted
to the second annual
minstrel show, and the
active committee promises evenings of
entertainment which will eclipse all
records of the past. In addition to
the regular black-face minstrel acts there
will be a topical song, local hits galore,
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A MIDSEASON FROLIC LAST WEEKS "SKIRTS VERSUS SKIRTS" BASE BALL GAME.
adelphia, whose handicap was four, and
W. C. Fownes of the Oakmont Club, and
Mrs. Donald J. Ross of Boston, whose
allowance was fourteen strokes, tied for
the prize at 88 each, Mr. Fownes and Mrs.
Boss winning an eighteen hole play off,
scoring 89, net, to 92 for their opponents.
II. C. Fownes of Pittsburg, and Miss
Kuhnen of Davenport, Iowa, (26), were
second in 90. D. McK. Lloyd of Pitts
burg, and Mrs. C. II. Rosenfeld of New
York, (26), third in 92, and Frank Pres
brey of New York and Miss J. B. Mix of
Baltusrol, (6), and George Worthington,
Bennington, Vt., and Miss Francis
MeNeely, (8), tied for fourth at 93 each,
the balance of the field finishing in 107
L. D. Pierce,
Miss Florence Condon,
Out. In. Gr. Hp. N.
43 49 92 4 88
W. C. Fownes,
Mrs. Donald .7. Ross,
II, C. Fownes,
I). McK. Lloyd,
Mrs. C. II. Rosenfeld,
Miss J. R. Mix,
Miss Frances MeNeely,
J. O. H. Denny,
Mrs. H. S. Denny,
William C. Freeman,
Miss Gertrude Gilbert,
C. E. Cameron,
Mrs. C. E. Cameron,
Mrs. G. Lee Knight,
Miss Gertrude Chandlee,
C. L. Becker,
Miss K. S. Check,
U. E. Harrison,
Mrs. II. G. Marvin,
G. O. Russell,
Mrs. I. C. Bates Dana,
E. E. Chandlee,
George W. Daw,
45 57 102 14 88
56 60 116 26 90
56 62 118 26 92
48 51 99 6 93
48 53 101 8 93
49 53 102 8 94
44 54 98 4 94
58 67 125 30 95
54 56 110 14 96
55 65 120 24 96
49 56 105 4 101
53 65 118' 16 102
53 57 110 8 102
64 62 126 22 104
53 61 114 10 104
56 64 120 14 106
W. F. Merrill,
59 66 125 18 107
No Cards: Mr. and Mrs. George II. Converse;
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sill; U.S. Gordon and Mrs.
Seabury Ford; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Climo.
ST. PATRICK'S BAY CUP.
Mr. Perkin and Mis JFenno Win An
nual Tennis Tourney.
The mixed doubles tennis tournament
for the St. Patrick's day cups resulted in
an interesting contest, E. R. Perkins and
Miss Fenno winning the finals from C.
H. Schoffand Mrs. E. G. Auckland.
In the semi-finals Mr. Perkins and Miss
Fenno defeated L. P. Disbrow and Miss
Merrill, and Mr. Schoffand Mrs. Buckland
C. II. Johnson and Miss Dexter.
and numerous snrj rises.
$, "In the Land of Cotton" will open the
program promptly at eight-thirty o'clock,
each evening. The first part will include
songs, solos, sketches and instrumental
selections, the closing number being the
"Helen-Hunt two step," dedicated to the
golfers of Pinehurst ; a cornet solo with
accompaniment by the "Smoke Brass
The second part will be a one-act farce,
"The Baby Elephant," replete with local
hits and ludicrous situations. The com
bined entertainment will be something
no one should miss.
The company will include some twenty
five undiscovered stars, comets and sat
ellites, with Interlocutor P. J. Ward, at
the head. The bones will be William
White, William Murphy, James McNab,
William Wilder ;tambos, Charles Baxter,
Henry Carroll, Ed. Ellis, William Hill.