VOL. IX; NO 20.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL FOURTEENTH, 1906.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
ANNUAL HANDICAP TOURNEY
C. E. Cameron and A. P. K. James'Tie
for Net Score Prize.
li. A. Hamilton Wins Gross Trophy
With Elg-htyfour Card and
Three Strokes Margin.
HE annual handicap of
the Championship tour
nament drew a record
field, its special feature
being a tie for the first
cup, between C. E. Cam
eron of Baltusrol, whose handicap was
fourteen, and A. P. K. James of London,
whose allowance was ten, Mr. Cameron
Aviiining the play-oft".
The battle for the gold medal offered
for the best gross score was a, pretty one,
L. A. Hamilton of Englewood, winning
with a card of eighty-four and a margin
of three strokes, Mr. James being his
nearest opponent. W. K. Wood of the
llomewood Club, winner of the amateur
championship, was next with eighty
eight, and L. E. Wardwell of Megunti
cook, and Edwin A. Freeman of Mont
clair, tied for fourth position at eighty
nine. George E. Morse of the Rutland
Country Club, and William C. Freeman of
Montclair, made ninety each, and C. L.
Keeker of Woodland, ninety-two.
A high wind which made the putting
greens ''impossible" was responsible for
the high scores.
The scores of those finishing under one
hundred follow :
C. E. Cameron, Baltusrol,
A. 1. K. James, London,
L. A. Hamilton, Englewood,
II. H. Cutler, Blue Mound, Wis ,
J. W. Watts, Baltimore, N. C,
T. J. Iloyce, Rutland, Vt.,
George L. Cutler, Springhaven, Pa.,
T. B. Cotter, Winchester,
George E. Morse, Rutland,
lr. B. p. Bogart, Stwanoy, N. Y.,
Forester Mlddleton, London,
L. E. Wardwell, Megunticook, Me.,
II. W. Ormsbee, Crescent, N. Y.,
Dr. E. M. Raynor, Westchester, N.Y., 97 10 67
W. K. Wood, llomewood, Chicago, 88 00 88
William C. Freeman, Montclair,
I. E. Kellogg, Alpine, Fitchburg,
t. A. Mosher, Island, Troy,
K. A. Freeman, Montclair,
A. H. Morley, Saginaw, Mich.,
George L. White, Waterbury, Ct.,
Butler Sheldon, Columbus, O.,
G. II. Oldring, Richmond Hill, N. Y., 108 18
G. Lee Knijrht. Philadelphia. 97 6
II. S. Gordon, New York, 103 12 91
C. L. Becker, Woodland, 92 00 fc2
Frank Van Roden, Jr., Philadelphia, 110 18 92
E. E. Chandlee, Philadelphia, 111 18 93
Frederick Pring, E. Orange, 111 18 83
91 14 77
87 10 77
84 2 82
99 16 83
95 12 83
96 12 84
98 12 66
102 16 86
98 10 88
100 12 68
69 00 89
103 14 69
104 15 89
104 14 90
G. W. Robeson, Oak Hill, Rochester, 100 6 94
D. Roberts, Moorestown, N. J., 109 15 94
C. T. Nelson, Columbus, 110 14 96
S. F. Taylor, Montclair, 112 16 96
A. D. Higgins, Springfield, Mass., 109 12 97
G. B. Waterhouse, Centerville, R. I. 119 18 101
Worth Carolina If umber.
The current issue of the New York
Neios Letter is a North Carolina number
and gives Pinehurst flattering promi
nence both in text and illustration.
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W. K. WOOD, WINNER OF
pistol Shoot Monday.
The pistol enthusiasts are planning a
team shoot and handicap for Monday
afternoon. A team shoot with the Provi
dence team is also being considered.
At The Magnolia.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Adams, Rochester,
N. Y., are spending a few weeks here.
Mrs. Woolfolk and Miss Burke, Lynch
burg, Va., will remain through April.
DONALD ROSS THE WINNER
Leads Field by Four Strokes In Open
Arthur II. Fenn Who Tie for Second
With Alex Ito, Makes Fatt
Itound of Seven! j.
HE thirty-six hole open
or closing event of the
United North and South
tournament, was charac
terized by brilliant golf
and close scores, a number of the ama
teurs who were prominent in the cham
Professional Donald J. Ross of the
local and the Oakley Country Clubs, led
the field with a record card of one hun
dred and forty-six, establishing a new
record for the present course, doing the
morning round in seventy-two and the
afternoon in' seventy-four!
The cards :
In -4 3
Out 4 5
In -5 3
Professionals Arthur H. Fenn of Palm
Beach and Poland Spring, and Alex. Rosa
were only four strokes away and tied at
one hundred and fifty each, with the rest
of the field well up, L. E. Wardwell of
the Megunticook Club, Maine, leading the
amateurs and tying with Professional
Jack Jolly at one hundred and fifty-two.
The sensational feature of the day's play
was Mr. Fenn's fast morning round of
seventy, the score out being remarkable
in that it contained two twos and three
fives, and a total of thirty-three.
The card :
Out-5 4 2 4 2 3 5 3 533
In -3 4 4 4 6 4 5 3 53770
The scores by rounds of the first ten to
finish follow :
1st. 2d. Tl.
DonaldJ. Ross, Pinehurst, 72 74 146
Alex. Ross, Pinehurst, 72 78 150
A. II. Fenn, Poland Spring, 70 80 150
Jack Jolly, New York, 76 76 152
L. E. Wardwell, Megunticook, 74 78 152
Warren K. Wood, llomewood, 79 76 165
C. L. Becker, Woodland, 77 84 161
G. E. Morse, Rutland Country, 80 81 161
William C. Freeman, Montclair, 85 80 166
L. A. Hamilton, Englewood, 86 t2 168
Second Annual Tourney.
The second annual golf tournament of
the Village employees is booked for the
coming week, and demands for "time
off" will be large.