North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. XVI, NO. 17
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1913
FIVE CENTS
ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tin Whistles Play Fifty-Four Different
Holes on Three Distinct Courses
Silver Foil are Content with Thirty
Six Holes on Two Courses Prize
Winners If amber Nine In All
FIFTY-FOUR holes of
medal play on as many
different holes and three
distinct courses was the
unique feature of the
annual Tin Whistle
Championship. 1 Par
ker VV. Whittemore of
the Brookline Country
Club was an easy winner of the cham
pionship trophy with a grand total of
two hundred and twenty-six ; Henry C.
Fownes of Oakmont who scored two
hundred and forty-two, finishing second
eight strokes in the lead of C. L. Becker
of Woodland, f Dr. J. S. Brown of
Montclair, whose allowance was twenty
on each round, won the net trophy with
two hundred and eighteen. J. M.
Thompson of Springhaven who deducted
eighteen strokes in all, won second in
two hundred and twenty-five, 1" Robert
Hunter of Wee Burn who scored seventy
six on the number three course, won the
trophy offered for the best eighteen-hole
round, and a seventy-two on number
two course for C. M. Jamison of Greens
burg who deducted twelve strokes, cap
tured the prize offered for the net score.
IThe scores of the thirty-two players
who turned in cards for all three courses
showed an average of ninety-three on
number one, ninety-six on number two
and ninety-eight and a half on number
three, thus making number two course
three strokes harder than number one,
and number three two and a half strokes
harder than number two, and five and
a half strokes harder than number one.
IT The scores:
course no. l 2
I W. Whittemore 70 77
II. C. Fownes
GR - HP NET
226 plus 6 244
Dr. J. S. Brown
J. M. Thompson
E. M. Taft
C. M. Jamison
J.'L. Wyckotf
W. L. Mllliken
. L. Becker
H. W. Croft
J. V. Hurd
C. M. Wells
W. II. Thayer
Dr. A.M.Clark
J. D. Foot
P. S. Maclaughlln
78 86 78 242 6 224
93 93 92 278 60 218
85 87 80 252 27 225
88 86 86 260 33 227
90 84 90 2C4 . 36 228
94 93 95 282 51 231
89 90 94 273 39 234
85 85 80 250 15 235
yl 87 85 268 33 235
93. 94 88 275 39 236
102 101 101 304 66 238
83 92 90 265 27 ' 23g
107 97 100 304 66 238
86 86 86. 253 18 240
87 88 96 271 30 241
H. W. Ormsbee 92 98 94 284 42 .242
R. II. Hunt 88 95 91 274 30 244
W. L. Baldwin 91 97 95 283 39 244
R. C. Shannon 94 94 87 275 30 245
E. C. Chandlee 117 104 115 836 90 246
George Dutton 83 90 90 263 15 248
G. G. Worden 92 99 94 285 36 249
J. D. C. Rumsey 93 96 101 290 39 251
G.L.Lyon 98 109 99 306 54 252
G.T. Dunlap 95 101 97 293 39 254
M. D. Fink 103 109 115 327 72 255
.f.E. Smith 89 97 90 276 21 255
James Barber 110 111 107 328 72 256
W.T. Stall 92 100 98 290 33 257
seventy-four. Miss Agnes Blancke of
Montclair whose total allowance was
twenty-four, won second in one hundred
and eighty-two. The gross trophy was
won by Mis. J. Raymond Price of Oak
mont with a total of one hundred and
ninety, while her club mate, Miss Louise
Elkins, finished second in one hundred
and ninety-nine. tThe leading scores:
Miss Marie Sinclair 107 117 224 25 174
Miss Agnes Blancke 107 99 206 12 182
Mrs. L. E Beall 109 117 226 20 186
.a, A: O ffIT 1 ; A
MR. WILLIAM C. FOWNES, JR
Rev.T.A. Cheatham 93 100 95 288 - 30 258
Edwin Henderson 116 .118 115 349 72 277
N. B. Handicaps shown at total for three
rounds; one third for each eighteen.
Silver Foil Championship
Thirty-six holes were played on num
bers 1 and 2 courses by the Silver Foils
in their championship, Miss E. Marie
Sinclair of New York who deducted fif
ty, winning first with one hundred and
Mrs. G. C. Dutton 96 103 198 5 189
Mrs. J. R. Trice 93 97 190 0 190
Mrs. P. M. Shannon 146 128 274 40 194
Mrs. T. R. Palmer 111 114 225 15 195
Mrs. Louis Brown 112 112 224 14 196
Miss Louife Elkins 99 100 199 0 199
Mrs. Malcolm Ormsbee 118 122 239 18 203
Mrs. J. P. Williamson 108 123 231 14 203
Miss Priscilla Beall 125 122 247 22 203
Miss Margaret Scott 117 121 238 17 204
Miss Myra Helmer 96 105 204 0 204
N. P ""Handicaps shown ' at one-half are
doubled for thirty-six holes.
SILVER FOILS ARE HOSTS
Tie at Eighty-one Gives Zest to Annual
Mixed Foursomes Tourney
Thirty eig'Iit Pair Participate and
the Illffbest Score Recorded U
One Ilnndred and Two
A TIE at eighty-one
between Mr. C. L. Beck
er of Woodland who
played with Mrs. Her
bert L. Jillson of Maple
wood, and Charles B.
Fownes and Miss Louise
H Elkins of Oakmont, each
with handicaps of six
strokes, gave zest to the annual invita
tion mixed foursomes of the Silver Foils.
In the play-off Mr. Becker and Mrs. Jill
son won with a net card of eighty-five to
ninety one for their opponents, fin
second position Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Dutton of Oakley (5), Mr. VV. L. Milli
ken of Indianapolis and Miss Edith Bar
nett of New Haven (12), and Rev. T. A.
Cheatham of Pinehurst and Miss Gwen
dolyn Cummingsof Brookline. (15), were
bunched in triple tie at eighty-two. The
highest score recorded in a field which
numbered thirty-eight pairs, was one
hundred and two. 1 Hats off to the han
dicap committee ! T These scores :
C. L. Becker and
Mrs. Herbert L. Jillson
C. B. Fownes and
Miss Louise Elkins
George C. Dutton and
Mrs. Dutton
W. L. Mllliken and
Miss Edith Barnett
Rev. T. A. Cheatham and
Miss Gwendolyn CummiDgs
II. R. McKenzle and
Miss Jennie Brown
J. E. Kellogg and
Mrs. J. P. Gardner
Dr. II. C. Perkins and
Mrs. J. H. Horner
J. D. Climo and
Mrs. Climo
Dr. M. W. Marr and
Miss Lucy Priest
Henry C. Fownes and
Mrs. J. R. Price
H. W. Ormsbee and
Mrs. Malcolm Ormsbee
M. F. O'Connell and
Mrs. J. P. Williamson
P. L. Llghtbourn and
Mrs. D. C. Ogden
G. L. Lyon and
Mis3 Frances Scott
J. D. Foot and
Miss Priscilla Beall
44 43 87 6
44 43 87 6
45 42 87 -5
43 51 94 12
49 48 97 15
53 52 105 19
54 48 102 15
55 53 108 11
47 63 100 12
51 52 1,03 14
43 49 92 3
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