THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
M. J. CONDON THE WINNER
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card of eighty-three ; J. Y. Boyd of the
Harrisburg Country club, and Mr.
Tuckerman, tied for second at eighty
three. THE SUMMARY.
The story of play is fully told in the
following qualification scores and match
play summary :
FIRST DIVISION PRESIDENT'S CUP.
Julian T. Bishop, Brooklawn, Conn., 42 41 83
J. Y. Boyd, Harrisburg Country, Pa., 43 42 85
W. R. Tuckerman, Chevy Chase, 40 45 85
W. K. Gillett, Wykagyl, 41 45 86
W. C. Johnson, Canoebrook, 43 44 87
Leland Ingersoll, Euclid, Ohio, 45 45 J0
C. B. Hudson, New Suffolk, L. I., 50 41 91
M. J. Condon, Wykagyl, 44 47 91
E. B. Fay, St. Louis Field, 43 48 91
C. M. Brett, Brookline, 48 43 91
R. B. Parrott, Scoharie, III., 44 47 91
T. A. Sparks, Baltusrol, 48 44 92
J. S. Walker, Woodbury Forest, Va., 42 51 93
C. H. Matthlessen, Ardsley, 46 47 93
J.D. C.Rumsey, New York, 48 45 93
W. L. Hurd, Oakmont, Pa., 46 48 94
SECOND DIVISION GOVERNORS' CUP.
R. B. Corbin, Colonla, N. J. 50 44 94
F. A. King, Agawam Hunt, 47 48 95
W. E. Thruesdell, Halesite, L. I., 45 51 96
H. G. White, Ridgewood, N. J., 47 49 96
A. C. Whitcomb, Dunwoodie, N. Y., 45 51 96
E. A. Guthrie, St. Augustine, Fla., 48 49 97
H. E. Cushman, Winchester, Mass., 46 52 98
J. S. Linsley, Lenox, Mass., 47 51 98
George Wilson, Winnipeg, Canada, 46 52 98
8. II. Martel, Jr., Metroplitan, 51 47 98
L. C. Cummlngs, Hyannisport, Mass., 47 52 99
Spencer Waters, Apawamis, N. Y., 50 50 100
O. B. Wickham, Euclid, Ohio, 47 53 100
F. C. Johnson, Springfield, Ohio, 46 65 101
R. J. Clapp, Glastonbury, Conn., 52 50 102
W. A. Sanford, Montclair, 51 51 102
THIRD DIVISION SECRETARY'S CUP.
II. R. Mallinson, New York,
L. C. Cummlngs, Jr., Hyannisport,
A. C. Greening, Montclair,
J. B. Ladd. Merlon Cricket, Pa.,
C. T. Parks, New York,
C. W. Ten Broeck, Essex Co., N. J.,
T. J. Check, Audubon, Louisville,
W. G. Clark, Woodland,
J. P. Robertson, New York,
W. W. Peabody, Jr., Deal,
John R. Towle, Chicago,
V.'R. Lansingh, New York,
C. II. Banes, St. Davids,
J. S. Coburn, New Haven Country,
R. W. Hovey, Boston,
J. H. Boyd, Harrisburg Country,
FIRST DIVISION PRESIDENT'S CUP.
First Round Julian T. Bishop, beat Leland
Ingersoll, 3 and 2; M.J. Condon beat C. B. Hud
son, 2 antl 1; C. H. Matthlessen beat J. S.
Walker, 4 and 3; J. Y. Boyd beat W. R. Tucker
man, 1 up; E. B. Fay beat T. Ashley Sparks, 1
up (Wholes); W.K. Gillett beat J. D. C. Rum
eey, 3 and 2; W. C. Johnson beat W. L. Hurd, 1
up; Capt. R. B. Parrott beat C. M. Brett, 1 up.
Second Round Condon beat Bishop, 4 and
2; Matthlessen beat Boyd, 3 and 1 ; Gillett beat
Fay, 1 up; Johnson beat Pavrott, 2 up.
Semi-final Condon beat Matthlessen, 1 up;
Gillett beat Johnson, 3 and 2.
Final Condon beat Gillett, 5 and 4.
First Round Hudson beat Ingenoll, 3 and
2; Tuckerman beat Walker, 6 and 4; Rumsey
beat Sparks, 3 and 1; Brett beat Hurd, by de
fault. Semi-final Tuckerman beat Hudson, 1 up;
Brett beat Rumsey, 2 and 1.
Final Tuckerman beat Brett, 6 and 5.
second division governors' cup.
First Round R. B. Corbin beat E. A. Guth
rie, 7 and 5; J. S. Linsley beat II. E. Cushman,
3 and 2; R. J. Clapp beat F. C. Johnson, 3 and 1;
W. E. Truesdell beat F. A. King, by default;
L. C. Cummlngs beat Spencer Waters, 1 up; II.
G. White beat O. B. Wickham, 1 up; A. C.
Whitcomb beat W. A. Sandford,2 up; George
Wilson beat S. II. Martel, Jr., 1 up.
Second Round-Corbin beat Linsley, 4 and
3; Truesdell beat Clapp, 5 and 4; Cummlngs
beat White, 3 and 2: WhHcomb beat Wilson,
4 and 3.
Semi-final Truesdell beat Corbin, 6 and 5;
Whitcomb beat L. C. Cummlngs, 2 up.
Final Whitcomb beat Truesdell, 1 up.
First Round Cushman beat Guthrie, 1 up;
Johnson beat King, 3 and 2; Waters beat Wick
ham, 4 and 2; Martel beat Sandford, 4 and 3.
Semi-final-F. C. Johnson beat Cushman, 3
and 2; Martel beat Waters, 2 and 1.
Final Johnson beat Martel, 2 and 1.
THIRD DIVISION SECRETARY'S CUP.
First Round H. R. Mallinson beat C. T.
Parks, 4 and 3; W. W. Peabody, Jr., beat W. G.
Clark, 1 up; R. W. Hovey beat J. S. Coburn, 5
and 4; A. C. Greening beat L. C. Cummings,
Jr., 5 and 4; V. R. Lansingh beat J. R. Towle,
2 up; J. B. Ladd beat C. II. Banes, 3 and 1; J.
II. Boyd beat C. W. Ten Broeck, 3 and 2; T. J.
Check beat J. P. Robertson, 6 and 5.
Second Round Mallinson beat Peabody, 6
and 4; Hovey beat Greening, 1 up; Lansingh
beat Ladd, 3 and 2 ; Check beat Boyd, 5 and 4.
Skmi-final Mallinson beat Hovey, 5 and 4;
Check beat Lansingh, 1 up.
Final Mallinson beat Check, 2 and 1.
First Round Parks beat Clark, 4 and 2;
Cummings beat Coburn, 6 and 4; Towle beat
Banes, 2 and 1; Ten Broeck beat Robertson, 6
Semi-final Parks beat L. C. Cummings, Jr.,
2 and 1 ; Towle beat Ten Broeck, 1 up.
Final Towle beat Parks, 4 and 2.
The Carolina Opening1.
A few finishing touches only are
needed to put the hotel Carolina in read
iness for its formal opening on Satur
day next. Something over one hun
dred first day arrivals are booked,
among them a trainload of New York
golfers who come to participate in the
seventh annual Midwinter golf tourna
ment. Among other bookings are many
returning friends, some already quar
tered at The Inn.
iiiiiii n!3ti im lull- mmi
" THE JUNGLE PATH."
WILLIE ANDERSON TELLS ABOUT HIS GREAT RECORD-BREAKING VICTORY
W I T II A
HASKELL WHITE STREAK GOLF BALL
Time and Again in this Match tin Perfectly Balanced Qualities ol thi 1
Streak" Overcame Advjrse Condition and Flew True to the
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1, 1909.
The B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio.,
It will undoubtedly please you to know that at the West
ern Open Championship held at Skokie Country Club, Sep
tember 16th and 17th, 1909, 1 won first money with the record
score of 288, an average of 4's for 72 holes. This breaks
all former records for medal play, and was made on a course
that I consider as difficult as any in the country.
1 used your White Streak golf ball throughout the tourna
ment, and I can truthfully say throughout my whole experi
ence I never used a better ball. The ball flew perfectly in the
strong wind which lasted through the tournament, and on
the greens it was simply perfect. I never played my mashie
with better success in rny life, and I attribute it to the pebble
marking on the Streak, which in ray estimation, is far superior
to any other style of marking.
Although I hit a ball as far as the next person, I did not
have a single ball crack on me during the tournament. I
might also add that the Streak has had a big boost here at St.
Louis, due to my victory, and I have sold a large number of
balls, but as yet 1 have not had to replace one.
Trusting your ball will have a big run next year, I remain
Y"ours very truly,
(Signed) Willie Anderson.
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