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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
you will find the real rea
sons for its playing and last
It is hollow and its center
is Air-Compressed Air-with
a pressure of 800 pounds to
the square inch.
The Air-retainer is made of a flexible air-proof compo
sition that permits no escape or loss of pressure. This
has a spherical jacket of pure Para rubber.
The jacket is a wall of wound thread 3G0 yards of the
best Sea Island Cotton, lias a tough cover of Para rubber
You cannot Cut or Gash the Pneumatic
Top it purposely if you wish prove it to yourself thsyt you can't.
That moans The PNEUMATIC lasts till you lose it.
Now M atch it in play. See bowr it flics on the drive and how
true to the course. That's because the driver waked up that 800 pounds
of air, and because there were no cuts or gashes to deflect it.
Now we eome to the approach and the putt.
Notice that it's dead now all liveliness gone. That's because the light putt
ing stroke has not sufficient force to get to the air-so it's now practically a solid ball.
Can't you see now why THE PNEUMATIC improves any man's game ?
Manufactured only by
THE GOODYEAR TIRE AKU HUH II Ell COM1MSY,
(Coif Ball Department) Akron, Ohio.
PNEUMATIC GOLF BALL
I s.s.p.co. I
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS
Tremont and Beacon Sts.
ISS Milk St., (Wholeaale)
WASHINGTON, D. C.
American and European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof.
Located in the most Fashionable part of the city and within five minutes walk of the Executive
iuausiou, xrettBury, oime, vvaranujxavy uepartments.
John T, Devlne, Proprietor.
FEW BREATHING SPELLS
Saturday's Paper Chase Keeps Hares
and Hounds on the Move.
Georg-e JL. Bf ooreman and Mrs. Leon
ard Tufts Finlli First With the
Pack Clou Up.
HE breathing spells for
hares, hounds and horses
were few and , far be
tween in Saturday's pa
per chase, but the wiley
J&. pursued had things all
their own way, an intricate trail bother
ing keeping the pursuers well in the rear
until long after the time allowance.
Horses necks were straight and riders
well forward, however, from first to last,
and the two mile run was covered at a
race for home which has characterized
the two previous runs. This time Mrs.
Leonard Tufts, of Boston, and Mr. George
L. Mooremari of Philadelphia, fought it
out, and neck and neck they came for
three-quarters of a mile down the home
stretch, Mr. Mooreman finishing a length
ahead by a spurt on the last lap.
Half a minute behind, Mr. W. II. Moses
of Tilton, N. II., and Miss Grace Higgins
of New York, fought it out to a draw,
and hardly had their horses stopped be
fore another pair, Mr. George Worth
ington of Bennington,Vt., and Mr. Lyman
Gale of Weston, came thundering in for
the next position. Mr. A. II. Hyde of
Troy, was a minute behind, and the bal
ance of the pack close up, each eager to
finish anywhere but last !
It is possible that this may be the last
run of the season, but in any event an in
terest has been awakened which augurs
well for the future. Combining with the
gymkhanas, the paper chases have proved
most delightful, not only to riders, but
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"'BUSY? DEED WE IS?"
clip which made the breath come quick
It was eighteen minutes past three
when the hares, Riding Master E. N.
Fawcett, and Mr. C. B. Alexander of
Troy, got the word, and there was never
a let up in their pace from the time they
disappeared over the Dickinson School
road hillock, until their horses finished
on their haunches in front of The Caro
lina porch, nineteen minutes later.
Their trail was a beauty, and it gave
the hounds plenty of fast going, leading
straight from the gate to the site of the
old school house, swinging into the scrub
oak with twist and turn and double, then
bearing to the right and back to the road
again, with clear sailing for the goal.
The hounds found it easy enough for
the best part of the journey, but blind
doubles led them on many a fast but use
less gallop, and before matters were
straightened out and the empty paper
bags found, the lead was too great to be
overcome and the pack divided.
But this made little difference, how
ever, with the fastest of the runners, and
the chase developed into the same mad
Day Will be Memorable One for
Dicklnaon Colored School.
Wednesday afternoon will be a red
letter day in the history of the Dickinson
Colored School, the new bell being ac
cepted and the new Hag hoisted. The
exercises will begin at three, and an in
teresting program has been arranged. A
general invitation to attend is extended.
PiMtol Shoot Tuciday.
The Pistol enthusiasts are planning an
afternoon of fun for Tuesday, next, at 3,
in which every one is invited to partici
pate. There will probably be both team
and handicap shoots.
C3uet at The Deacon.
Mr. Arthur E. Bebb, East Palmyra,
N. Y., head superintendent for the well
known Landscape Designer, Warren II .
Manning, Boston, is at The Beacon for a