North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. XVI, NO. 7
SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1913
FIVE CENTS
HANDICAP FOUR BALL PLAY
Scotch Foursomes Open Week's Pro
gram for the Advertising Golfers
IHixtMl founomvi, Women's Tourney
Event, Match Play Hound and
Special Events Fill In Week
iXrh
HANDICAP four ball
matches in two classes
opened play in the Ad
vertising Golf Tourna
ment Monday, an un
usual feature in connec
tion the fact that all
three of Pinehurst's
eighteen-hole courses
were brought into u?e. Class A played
upon No. 2 Course, Class B upon No. 1,
leaving No. 3 open for non-competitors.
The handicaps were remarkable, ranging
from seventy-four to eighty-eight in
Class A and from seventy-five to ninety
in Class B.
Id A Class, Harold Slater of Fox Hills
and Irving S. Robeson of Oak Hill, who
deducted a net of three strokes, won the
trophy with a card of seventy-four. T.
A. Ashley of Woodland and George
Wright of Wollaston (9) were second in
seventy-six and W. J. Macdonald of Cal
umet and E. A. Freeman of New York
(4) were third in seventy-seven.
In B class, D. M. Stewart of Dunwoodie
and F. S. Newbery of New Rochelle,
whose handicap was fourteen, and S. L.
Allen of Whitemarsh Valley and A. S.
Brownell of St. Andrews, whose allow
ance was fifteen, tied for first at seventy
five and will play off for the trophy dur
ing the week. James Barber of Engle
wood and L. B. DeVeau of Dunwoodie
(15) were second in seventy-six, while
tied for fourth at seventy-seven, were
J. II. Appel of Wykagyl and W. W. Man
ning of Upper Montclair, (15) and C. G.
Russell of Ardsley and W. II. Treadwell
of Dunwoodie, (14).
CLASS A NO. 2 COURSE
Harold Slater of Fox Hills and
I. S. Robeson of Oak Hill 77 3 74
T.A.Ashley of Woodland and
George Wright of Wollaston 85 9 76
W. J. Macdonald of Calumet and
E. A. Freeman of New York 81 4 77
B. H . Rldder of Oakland and
J. J. Hazen of St. Andrews 82 3 79
J. T. Eggers of Baltusrol and
G. II. French of Brae Burn 89 10 79
W. J. Ryan of Glenwood and
D. M. Parker of Garden City 89 9 80
8. H. Tatterson of Plainfleld and
lR. W. Potter of Erie 91 11 80
Marshall Whitlatch of Oakland and
R. M. Purves of Woodland 84 2 82
G. C. Dutton of Oakley and
A. K. Oliver of Alleghany 88 5 83
A. S. Higgins of St. Andrews and
T. T. Rushmore of Garden City 93 11 82
C. A. Speakman of Slwanoy and j
E. M. Alexander of Fox Hills 95 10 85
A. D. Chandler of Baltusrol and
V. H. Seggernianof Englewood 97 11 86
J. A. Moore of Scarsdale and
J. D. Plummer of Springfield 96 10 86
I. J. French of Woodland and
C. W. Harmon of Wykagyl 97 11 86
H. W. Ormsbee of Alpine and
J. G. Todd of Upper Montclair 97 11 86
Franklin Coe of St. Andrews and
Lorenzo Daniels of Richmond County 97 9 88
CLASS B NO. I COURSE
D. M. Stewart of Dunwoodie and
F. S. Newbery of New Rochelle 89 14 75
S. L. Allen of Whitemarsh Valley and
A. S. Brownell of St. Andrews 90 15 75
James Barber of Englewood and
L. B. DeVeau of Dunwoodie 91 15 76
J . II. Appel of Wykagyl and v
W. W. Manning of Upper Montclair 92 15 77
103 17
C. N. Hoyt of New Haven and
D. L. Hedges of Fox Hills
Malcolm Ormsbee of Crescent and
F. S. Voss of Dunwoodie 111 19 92
E. F. Clymer of White Plains and
C. C. Vernam of Huntington lf3 15 88
MIXED FOURSOMES JPJLA.X
Nn, C. 9K MEojt and Harold Slater
M.ead in Special Event
Mrs. C. M. Hoyt of New Haven and
Harold Slater of Fox Hills were the win
ners of .the mixed foursomes trophy
with a net card of ninety-four, their hand
icap ten. Tied at ninety-five, were Mrs.
J. A. Moore of Scarsdale and A. S. Hig
gins of St. Andrews (6), and Miss M.
Eleanor Freeman of Dyker Meadow and
Don M. Parker of Garden City ; one hun
dred by the latter pair, the best gross.
The scores :
Mrs. C. M. Hoyt of New Haven
Harold J. Slater of Fox Hill 104 10 94
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"AMERICA'S
C. G. Russel of Ardsley and
W. H. Treadwell of Dunwoodie
H. O. Milholland of Oakmont and
G. S. Oliver of Alleghany 90 12
Hartley Davis of Hackensack and
Arthur Acheson of Calumet 97 19
B. D. Butler" of Exmoor and
W. R. Hotchkin of Montclair 91 12
W. R. Roberts of Baltimore and
Edward Rode of Dunwoodie 92 13
J. M. Thorsen of Evanston and
T. W. Weeks of Storm King 97 18
W. F. Smith of Brae Burn and
D. S. White of Atlantic City 94 14
O. B. Merrill of Canoe Brook and
W. M. Ostrander of New York 97 16
S. C. Lowe of Brae Burn and
W. C. McMillan of Scarsdale 99 18
W. D. Wright of Concord and
C. E. Davis of Midlothian 102 18
Robert Frothingham of Apawamis and
L. F. Hotchkiss of New Haven 101 17
W. H. Bliss of Colonia and
Swift Tarbell of Salisbury 101 16
H. R. Mallinson of Fairview and
D. F. Appel of Brae Burn ( 100 15
CLASSIEST SHOOT"
91 14 77
Mrs. J. A. Moore of Scarsdale
A. S. Higgins of St. Andrews 101 6 95
Miss E. Freeman of Dyker Meadow
DonM. Parker of Garden City 100 5 95
Mrs. W. F. Smith of Brae Burn
J. II. Eggers of Baltus'ol 103 7 96
Mrs. H. L. Jlllson of Bethlehem
R. M. Purves of Woodland 104 4 100
Mrs. D. S. White of Atlantic City
J. J. Hazen of St. Andrews 112 11 101
Mrs. I. S. Robeson of Oak Hill
B. H. Rldder of Oakland 111 9 102
Mrs. H. R. Mallinson of Fairview
E. A. Freeman of Dyker Meadow 114 12 102
Mrs.D. L. Hedges of Fox Hills
Marshall Whitlatch of Oakland 113 10 103
Mrs. S. F. Newbery of New Rochelle
T. A. Ashley of Woodland 134 13 121
The Eift-the-Eatcb Opening-
The opening of the quaint Lift-the-Latch
log cabin tea room at Pine BJuff is
anticipated for the immediate future.
THE MIDWINTER HANDICAP
Advance Entries Indicate Extent and
Character of the Classy Field
Added Money of $2300.00 l Equalled
Only by Three Other Tournaments
of National Importance
ADVANCE entries for
the sixth annual Mid
winter Trap Shooting
Handicap, scheduled for
January 22-25, indicate
the character of the field
which now ranks this
shoot in percentage of
fast men with the clas
siest of the year.
From Philadelphia George S. McCarty,
Charles H. Newcomb, Henry Powers
and J. Frank Pratt are entered. C. W.
Billings and David T. Leahy will head
the Manhattan delegation. J. H. 11.
Elliott will be in attendance as an
amateur and William Foord of Wilming
ton, Harrison Kennicott of Evanston,
and Lockwood B. Worderi of Harrisburg
constitute other prominent entries which
include large delegations from New
England and the South and West. As
for the professional representation it will
be equally fast.
The big card is $2500.00 in added
money and trophies, a sum exceeding
even the Grand American which is
$1500.00 but which guarantees some
$700.00 in addition, making the actual
total about $2300.00. The largest sum
offered previously was $3000.00 at Den
ver several years ago and the same
amount at Los Angeles last spring.
About the same time Denver scheduled
a $5000.00 event on the basis of three
hundred entries, but the field of two
hundred cut the sum to $3000.00.
Thus the added money of the Pine
hurst shoot is equalled only by three
national events: the Grand American,
Westley-Hogan, and Denver Handicap.
From Pinehurst's added money $500.00
is guaranteed the winner of the Handi
cap, and $200.00 the winner of the Pre
liminary, in addition to splendid cups.
There are also gold and silver medals for
high amateur and professional averages.
The innovation is provision for the field
by division into classes, with trophies for
the winners in each class, and the
sweepstakes are increased by additional
optional sweeps. Interstate rules and
Squier money back system will govern
and Luther Squier will be in charge.
(Concluded on page eleven) . ,i
    

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