I PAGE BBPBBiTHE PINEHURST OUTLOOK lIBPjrSB " " -) Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowing, Miss Mildred Cowing and Lawrence Cowing of Cincinnati will remain until April. Mr. and Mrs. Q. Fraser of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, come for a long sojourn. Mr. Charles II. Eddy of Rldgewood returns for golf. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Heuman and Master Rod ney Ileuman of Brooklyn are spending Febru ary here. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McLeod of Toronto come for a fortnfght's visit. Miss Gertrude Simpson of Thowld, Can., joins her sister, Mrs. W. W. Northwood. Mrs. M. D. Rae of Essex Fells returns for her annual visit. Mr. Rollin W. Coe of New Haven joins the golfers. At Th Herkliir and Harvard Mrs. M. Jenny Fairlamb and Dr. Mary Thomas Miller of Philadelphia are spending several weeks here. General and Mrs. Rodney Smith of St. Paul will remain for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rumpf of New York came for an extended visit. Mr. II. A. Bliss of Jamesville, Wis., returns for golf. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crocket of Florida are wel comed back after an absence of several years. Mr. E. F. Smith of Chicago returns for golf Mrs. Henry C. Brummel of Chicago and Dr. R. E. Taylor of Cincinnati join Dr. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Lay of Oil City return for their usual visit. . The Misses E. W. Hoag and M. K. Hoag of Pittsburgh come for a fortnight's visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. Doran and children and Mrs. James C. Doran and daughter of Providence come for an extended sojourn. Mrs. II. Dumont and Master John K. Dnmont of Chicago will remain until spring. With the Quail Hunters The coming of February finds the quail shooting good and a number enjoying it. Among the best of recent bags was a kill of eighteen by I. S. Robeson and fifteen by J. 11. Such. From time to time a woodcock or dove adds variety and a few of the more energetic are anticipating matching their wits against , that king of all game birds, the wild turkey. First of Trap Handicaps J. N. Iluyck of Albany, shooting with an allowance of ten targets, was the winner of the first of the weekly trap shooting handicaps which continue through March, scoring ninety-two. E. A. Randall of Portland (0) was sec ond in nine and Thomas Lenane Jr., third in eighty-four. A Day in the Open M. F. II. and Mrs. James T. T witty were hosts on an out-door equestrian picnic Thursday. In the group were the Misses Clara Reed, Eleanor Reed, Irene Mundy, Jane Finney, Messrs. Coe and Wilkinson and Master James Mundy. At The Iiexing-ton Mrs. L. S. Campbell of Washington is spending the month at The Lexington. The Misses Laura M. Keeler and Caro line Miller of New York will make a long sojourn. Midwinter Tennis Championship Final rounds of the annual Midwinter Tennis Championship are in progress as The Outlook goes to press. Full story next week. Villagre Club Meets Wednesday The regular meeting of the Village Club will be held in The Carolina card room Wednesday afternoon at 3 30. SEASON SWINGS WIDE OPEN Carolina Wins First of Baseball Games with Ran in Closing Inning Hip and Tuck from Start to Finish in Attempt to Break the Tie Score BASEBALL swung wide open with Tues day's game between The Carolina and Vil lage teams, the former winning, ten to nine, with a single run scored in the seventh and last inning, and there wasn't a dull moment from opening play to final cheers. It looked like a walk-over for the hill top boys when they chalked up u big four and a little two in the first two in nings, with conspicuous oughts below them and opposite the Village ; but the third and fourth innings found the tables turned and the score all even with the race nip and tuck through the fifth and sixth and the score nine all in the eighth, the winning run recorded as the climax of a game of hard hitting and many thrills. Finnegan of the winning team, who enters the professional field next sum mer, was the bright and particular star of the afternoon, the nailing of a red hot liner which looked good for two bases, followed by a home run and the first ever made on the local field. Thursday's game was a 10 to 3 win for the Carolinas, who had things their own way from the start. The make up is excellent and the teams evenly matched. Just a little more "polishing up" and tallys won't come so easily ! f The players : CAROLINA Morris Edson Finnegan Sullivan Moylon Sylvester Hill Sprudbury Eddy VILLAGE Nichols McCaully Maher Brumiller Armstrong Langdon McVene Dunn McDonald Putting- at The Holly Inn Mrs. R. W. Thrift and Mr. W. R. Bauersmith divided honors in an indoor putting "competition at The Inn, with scores of thirty-five and thirty. Mr. Irwin made twenty-five, Mr. Towle, Mr, Prentiss and Miss Franklin, twenty each, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Franklin, fifteen, Mr. Thrift, Mr. W. G. Clark, Mrs. North wood, Miss Agnes Blancke and Miss Elsie Blancke, ten, Mr. D. A. Clark, five, f At a similar party Thursday Mr. S. C. Pren tiss, Mrs. George D. Allison, Mr. C. F. Brown and Miss Franklin were winners. Lease the Concord Announcement that Mr. and Mrs. Er man J. Ridgway of Montclair take the Concord cottage will be received with pleasure throughout the entire Villagp. Annual visitors for years and out-door enthusiasts, they are general favorites. THE CAROLINA Season: November 30 to April 10 1 w I ft tell W:tl t j I s iU'LM mil IP fifflf i innnan'iEi'io ft f II f The Carolina is a magnificent four-story building completed in 1900. The in terior is a model of elegance, with appointments calculated to suit the most luxu rious tastes. The hotel accommodates five hundred guests and is provided with seventy-four suites with bath. The cuisine and table service are unsurpassed. The house contains every modern comfort and convenience, including elevator, telephone in every room, sun rooms, steam heat night and day, electric lights, and water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, and a perfect sanitary system of sew age and plumbing. H. W. PRIEST, manager. Pinehurst IN. C The Berkshire, PINEHURST, N. C. The Berkshire is a modern hotel, delightfully located with all conveniences for health and comfort ; running water from the celebrated Pinehurst Springs, bath rooms, steam heat, open fires, electric lights and sanitary plumbing. The guests' apartments are comfortable and home-like and the public rooms large and attractive. The cuisine and service is of a high standard. A billiard room and barber shop have been recently added for the convenience of the guests. J. M. ROBINSON, Manager. HOTEL WENTWORTH The Leading New England Coast Summer Resort. NEW CASTLE, PORTSMOUTH N. H. UI . Every facility for sport and recreation : Golf, tennis, riding, driving, yachting, fishing, still and surf bathing and well equipped garage under competent supervision. Fine livery. Music by symphony orchestra. Accommodates SCO. Local and long distance telephone connection in every room. Send today for a beautifully illustrated book. Wentworth Hotel Co., H. W. Priest, Manager Address Until May 1, The Carolina, Pinehurst, N. C.