VOL. XIV, NO. U
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1911
TRAVIS SCORES SIXTY-EIGHT
Marvelous Round Is Replete With Bril
liant and Spectacular Play
On Two Voles Hall Was In and
Out. and On Three It Itimmed
Cup, Making- 'Possllle" 03
WHEN the number two
course was laid out Wal
ter J. Travis described
it as "one with an ever
vanishing ideal," and
for a month past he has
been pursuing it, draw
ing nearer and nearer
to the goal which few
may even strive for. Monday the Gar
den City expert got as close to it as any
one ever has thus far,equalingthe course
record held by Professional Alexander
Ross with a marvelous sixty-eight.
Without question the round is the most
remarkable this "King of all golfers" has
ever made ; thirty-eight out and thirty
one in, with three on the thirteenth
(318 yards), par four; three on the
fourteenth (432 yards) par five; and
one on the fifteenth (213 yards), par
three. The ball was in the cup and ouU
on the first and seventh, and rimmed the
cup on the sixteenth, seventeenth and
eighteenth; thus making the round a
perfectly "possible" sixty-three, which
is not less than three strokes below the
theoretical possibilities of the course;
a sixty-seven round. Mr. Travis' card :
OUT 5 4 4 4 5 4 5 2 437
In-4 4 4 3 3 1 4 4 431-68
Notes Short putts were also missed
on the sixth, ninth and fourteenth, a re
duction of three more strokes, making a
possible sixty, and Mr. Travis was play
ing without the midiron. which cost him
strokes on the fifth and seventeenth,
bringing the round down to a possible
My tight; but if you've played the
course your head has begun to whirl ere
An amusing incident occurred on the
fifteenth tee where Mr. Travis posed for
an amateur photographer who wanted a
picture of his ."swing." This secured,
the photographer asked permission to
take him putting, and followed down to
the green where the ball rested in the
hole. "You have it, all on one plate," re
marked Mr. Travis dryly, "the drive and
the putt !"
Playing with Mr. Travis in a four ball
atch against Col. J. E. Smith of Wil
mington and George II. Crocker of
Urookline was Allan Lard of Washing
ton, the pair conceding one hole in start
up, and winning three and two. Mr.
Lard figured on one hole only, the ninth,
with a three; making the best ball card
sixty-seven to seventy-three for Col.
Smith and Mr. Crocker.
Miss Fonnen Winn Putting
A putting competition provided a com
plete afternoon for the Silver Foils Tues
day, Miss Mary Fownes leading with a
score of twenty-two, Mrs. J. I. Gardner
was second in twenty-three and Mrs.
William West third in twenty-four. Mrs.
Rodger scored twenty-six, Mrs. Meal and
Th Spring Golf Tourney
The entry list for the annual Spring
golf tournament which starts Tuesday
and continues through Saturday, prom
ises to be in line with past records;
the field fast and representative.
Eight regular and not If ss tbaa two
special divisions, are provided for.
Seventy-six for "Flllemorc"
One of the fast golf rounds of the week
was a seventy-six for Fillemore K. Kobe-
son, the fourteen year old son of Mr.
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Miss Elkins twenty-seven each, Mrs.
Climo, Miss Check and Miss Houseman
twenty-eight each,Mrs. Horner and Mrs.
Lyon twenty-nine each, Mrs. Jenks,
Mrs. Lard and Mrs.King thirty-one each.
Guests of Sllm Comly
Miss Marion Comly of Philadelphia,
gave an informal tea at The Holly Inn,
Monday, entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Liv
ingston Pearne Moore, Miss Bernadette
Herman and Messrs. E. P. McPherson
and Robert Comly.
and Mrs. I. S. Robeson of Rochester.
The card :
OUT 5 4 4 5 6 3 6 4 441
IN 5 3 5 4 4 3 6 2 43576
The Spring: Cotillion
Plans for the annual Spring Cotillion
at The Carolina promise the most bril
liant dance of the season.
At The Cvpre
Mrs. James W. Tufts of Boston, is
spending March at the Cypress.
THIRTY-ONE COUPLES PLAY
Annual Mixed Foursomes Contest of
Tin Whistles Best of Long Series
Mr. Irving S. Holenon and Mrs.
Herbert I. Jillson Iead Field With
Both Cross and Xet Scores
foursomes, arranged by
the Tin Whistles, de
veloped the best contest
of the long series, Mr.
Irving S. Robeson of
Rochester and Mrs.
Herbert L. Jillson of
Worcester, leading the
big field of thirty-one cduples with a
gross card of eighty-four and a margin
of seven strokes and a net of seventy
six, and a margin of three strokes, their
allowance eight. In second position
were Mr. O. C. Davis of Brockton and
Miss Houseman of New York (22), who
scored seventy-nine; Mr. J. E. Pushee
of West Newton and Miss Dunne of
Boston (28), third in eighty-two. In
fourth place Mr. C. N. Phillips and Miss
Renwick (9), made eighty-four, Mr. J G.
Nicholson and Miss Elkins (8), 85; a
quadruple tie for sixth placeat eighty-six
resulting between Mr. G. F. Brown and
Mrs. West (5), Mr. R. C. Shannon, II,
and Miss Shannon (32), Mr. II. C.
Fownes and Mrs. R. C. King (6), and
Mr. N. S. Hurd and Mrs. Guy Met-
THE SCOEES BY ROUNDS
Mr. I. S. Robeson )
Mrs. II. L. Jillson
Mr. O. Ci. DhtIb i
Mr. J. E. Pnahea )
Mr.C. N. Phillips)
iviibs iienwick )
Mr. J. G. Nicholson )
Mr. G. F. HrrtwTi )
M rs. West
Mr. R. C. Shannnn TT
Mr. H . C, Fownes )
Mr. N. S. Hurd
Mrs. Metcalf j
Mr. C. B. Price
Mr. II. W. Priest )
Mr. L. D. Pierce )
miss Fownes )
Mr. E. M. Slavton )
Mr. A. I. Creamer
Mrs. Check (
Mr. J. P. Gardner )
Mr. J. R. Towle i
Miss Cbandlee S
IN GR HC NKT
45 84 8 76
53 101 22 70
66 110 28 82
55 93 9 84
47 93 8 85
43 91 6 86
62 118 32 86
45 112 6 86
61 96 10 86
52 102 15 87
60 110 22 83
48 92 4 88
48 104 16 83
55 107 18 89
56 101 11 90
56 1C6 16 90
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