VOL. XIII, No. 2.
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1909.
F. A. MOORE THE WINNER
Defeats F. T. Keating in Final Round
of Autumn Golf Tournament.
Qualification Tie Adds a Zest and
.Interest which Continued
Throughout the Contest.
TIE between J. D. Foot,
the Apawamis veteran,
and F. T. Keating, one
of the best known Lenox
golfers, gave snap and
interest to the qualifica
tion round of the annual Autumn golf
tournament which was maintained to
the final, brisk play and some surprises
resulting. In the play-off Mr. Foot won
easily with a fast card of seventy-nine
to eighty-five for his opponent, with
drawing from the match play rounds.
In match play Mr. Keating went down
to the final easily, meeting F. A. Moore
of Apawamis, who won the President's
cup, three up and two to play ; L. C.
Cummings of Hyannisport, and H. M.
Brennan of Dunwoodie, figuring In the
The story of the tournament is briefly
told in the following qualification scores
and match play summary :
J. D, Foot, Apawamis 43 42 85
F. T Keating, Lenox 40 45 85
F. A. Moore, Apawamis 44 49 93
John R. Goodall, St. Louis Field 49 47 96
C. B. Hudson, Rochester Country 46 50 96
L. C. Cummings, Hyannierort 46 51 97
P. L. Llghtbourn, Bermuda 51 47 98
E. A. Guthrie, St. Augustine 47 53 100
II. M. Brennan, Dunwoodie 49 52 101
T. H. Knight, Merlon Country 49 56 105
A. C. Fowler, St. Louis Field 51 56 107
W. F. Kenney, Allston 53 54 107
O. B. Wickham, Euclid 53 54 107
F. A. King, Agawam Hunt 52 61 113
Robert Sheppard, Springhaven 55 60 115
T. Ashley Sparks, Baltusrol 54 63 117
L. C. Hopkins, Crescent A. C. 56 61 117
Withdrew from match play rounds.
MATCH FLAY PRESIDENT'S CUP.
. First Round O. B. Wickham beat W. F.
Kenney, 1 up; L. C. Cummings beat A. C. Fow
ler, 2 up; F.T. Keating beat L. C. Hopkins, 9
and 8; Robert Sheppard beat E. A. Guthrie, 6
and 6;. II. M. Brennan beat F. A. King, 4 and 2;
J. R. Goodall beat i'.L. Llghtbourn, by default ;
F.A.Moore beatC.B. Hudson, 4 and 2; T. H.
Knight beat T. A. Sparkg, by default.
Second Round Cummings beat Wickham,
1 up; Keating beat Sheppard, 8 and 7 ; Brennan
beat .Goodall, 3 and 2; Moore beat Knight, 2
Semi-final Keating beat Cummings, 3 and
1; Moore beat Brennan, 5 and 3; .
Final Moore beat Keating, 3 and 2.
First Round Kenney beat Fowler, 2 and 1;
Guthrie beat Hopkins, 2 up; King beat Light
bourn, 1 up; Hudson beat Sparks, by default.
Semi-final Guthrie beat Kenney, 3 and 2;
Hudson beat King, 2 up.
Final Hudson beat Guthrie, 5 and 4.
TRIPLE TIE IN HANDICAP.
Ilowen, Hudson and Creamer Each
Score Elg-hty-three, Net.
Medal play ball sweepstakes provided
a close contest, C. B. Hudson (10;, J. B.
Bowen (30), and A. I. Creamer (10),
tying at eighty-three each.
Bowen 54 59 113 30 83
Hudson . 47 46 93 10 83
Creamer 46 47 93 10 83
Goodall 47 47 94 10 84
T. Keating of Lenox, who led the field,
2 up, playing with an allowance of six
strokes. Second in line was V. R. Lan
singh of New York (24,) who finished
in second place, 2 down.
E. A.Guthrie (14,) J. P. Gardiner (3,)
and John R. Goodall (10,) were 3 down;
T. Howard Knight (12,) W. F. Adams
(16,) P. L. Lightbourn (4,) R. H. Rob
ertson (7,) and C. B. Hudson (8,) 4
down; T. A. Sparks (15,) H. W. Orms
bee (12,) L. C. Cummings (10,) J. B.
Bowen (24,) and E. B. Fay (8,) 5 down;
A. C. Fowler (16,) 6 down ; F. A. King
(12,) 7 down, and A. R. Boerum (24,)
Gneiti of Mr. and Mn. Tutts.
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Left to right Messrs. A. R. Boerum of New York, A. C. Fowler of St. Louis, H. M.
Brennan of New York, andF. A. King of Northboro.
Cummings 48 48 93 12 84
King 48 52 100 14 86
Sparks 47 55 102 15 87
Knight 49 51 100 12 88
Guthrie 47 66 103 14 89
Keating 46 50 96 6 90
Marr 57 63 120 30 90
Brennan 43 50 99 8 91
Adams 48 59 107 15 92
Fowler 49 60 109 16 93
Lansingh 58 70 128 30 98
In the play-off Mr. Bowen made
seventy-nine, to eighty-five for Mr. Hud
son and ninety-three for Mr. Creamer.
lead Field In Bogey Match Plaj
Handicap, Two Up.
Colonel Bogey had things pretty much
his own way in Saturday's match play
handicap against him, losing only to F.
Inn Saturday evening, the group includ
ing Mr. and Mrs. Guy Metcalf of Provi
dence, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. King and
Miss Kellar of Northboro, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert L. Jillson of Lewiston and Dr.
Myron W. Marr of Boston.
The table was daintily decorated with
tea roses and the place marks were
dainty Mexican cards each bearing a
tiny bird done in real feathers. Upon
the back of each card was a verse by
Carolyn Wells which read in sequence,
completed.the poem. Dancing rounded
out the evening.
The Carolina Opening-.
Manager and Mrs. H. W. Priest of The
Carolina arrived early in the week and
are busy preparing the hotel for its
opening, Saturday, January 8.
QUAIL AND WILD TURKEY
Variety Aids Zest and Excellent Bags
Role In Early Season Shooting.
Game Abundant Throughout .Pre
serves and Hare Sport Is Assured
for the Weeks to Come.
LIGHT rains only are
needed to make the quail
shooting the best in the
history of the local Pre
serves, added zest being
given to the spor,t by
the presence of many wild turkeys,
woodcock and an abundance of doves.
In a single day's shooting recently
two parties started twenty-two coveys of
quail, J. D. Foot of Rye, bringing in fif
teen birds (the legal limit) two wood
cock and a dove, and E. R. Johnson of
Philadelphia, twelve quail and three
On another trip Mr. Foot bagged a
handsome gobbler, one of seven wild
turkeys which moved about within
twenty-five yards of the anxious sports
man, but so located that he dared not
turn to shoot. Never have these mag
nificent game birds been more plentiful
and rare sport awaits the "patient" ones.
William Bryce, Jr., of New York, who
has been here since early in November,
is enjoying fine sport, but devoting his
time mainly to training two young
Pinehurst dogs, "Nell" and "Lass."
J. L. Gladwin of Dijon, France, one of
the early comers, found birds in plenty
in half a day's hunting and the same
rule is general for all who have been in
II. II. Stambough, John Stambough
and T. D. Wilkerson of Youngstown,
are late comers who will spend much
time in the covers.
H. B. Brundrett of New York, re
turns for his usual sojourn, bringing a
brace of fine dogs with him.
George F. Blake of Worcester, Mass.,
Benjamin Thaw of Pittsburg, and A.
W. Hay ford of Boston, are among
others booked for the immediate future,
for the weeks to come are counted the
best of the season.
Village Chapel Clrolr Organized.
Organization of the Village Chapel
choir was effected at a meeting at )the
home of Mrs. Leonard Tufts Wednesday
afternoon. Regular rehearsals will be
held during the month.