THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
THE UNITED CHAMPIONSHIP
" The Center of Summer Golf
Important additions and improvements since last season
On the Ideal Tour GEORGE ORVIS
A. E. MARTIN, Manager, of Bon Air, Augusta, Ga.
Fifth Avenue at Forty-Fifth Street
New York City
Apartments furnished and unfurnished
for the season and yearly rentals
Suites and rooms with bath transiently
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Prescriptions Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
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Department Store Building
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Representative and Classy Field
entered for Supreme olf Test
PLAY IN the men's
event of the annual
United North and South
Amateur Golf Cham
pionship swung wide
open with yesterday's
four-ball, best-ball amateur-professional
test and today's Open
championship. IThe list of profes
sionals is a large one, including D. E.
Miner of Elmira, John Dowling of Scars
dale, Herbert Strong of Inwood, M. J.
Brady of Wollaston, Tom McNamara of
Boston, Stewart Maiden of Atlanta, An
drew Campbell of Springhaven, Larry
Payton of Santa Barbara, Robert Mac
Donald of Cincinnati, Walter Fovargue
of Skokie, Tim Carroll and Alex Cliis
holm of Palm Beach, William Entwhistle
of New Brunswick, Emil Loeffler and
Tom Anderson of Pittsburgh.
trophy in the fourth, the Captain's tro
phy in the fifth and the Club trophy in
the sixth, Sterling cups to all division
runners-up and consolation division win
ners, with additional trophies to provide
for the overflow.
GOLF COURSES IN PINK OP CONDITION
As the golf courses are in the pink of
condition and the number who are com
ing to enjoy play throughout April is
unusually large. For their accommoda
tion The Holly Inn will remain open
after the closing of The Carolina, about
the middle of the month. 1 A joy it is
to be alive these rare spring days, for all
nature is radiant with the suggestion of
spring and the promise of summer.
FAST FLAY IN WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Forty-six players participated in the
Women's championship begun Saturday,
with sensational scores of eighty and
eighty-three in qualification by Miss
Lillian Hyde, the Metropolitan Cham-
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"WE PAUSE FOR LUNCHEON"
THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
For the amateur championship which
starts on Monday the classy and repre
sentative list thus early includes William
C. Fownes, Jr., former national cham
pion, Parker W. Whittemore, former
Massachusetts champion, B. Warren
Corkran of the Baltimore Country Club,
the star of the Spring and St. Valentine's
tournaments, Walter J. Travis, former
international champion, Hamilton K.
Kerr of Ekwanok, runner-up in last
year's National, Henry C. Fownes of
Oakmont, Dr. C. H. Gardner of Agawam,
Walter Fairbanks of Denver, Robert
Hunter of Wee Burn, C. L. Becker
of Woodland and others.
SIX DIVISIONS EXCLUSIVE OF SPECIALS
Thirty-six hole qualification, starting
on Monday, will conclude with a thirty
six hole final in the' first division on Sat
urday. In addition to the. gold medal
for the best qualification score, the
Championship trophy will, be awarded
the winner in the first division, the Gov
ernor's trophy in the second, the Secre
tary's trophy in the third, the Treasurer's
pion, and Mrs. J. V. Ilurd (nee Dorothy
Campbell), former International Cham
pion. IFull story next week.
Col. . Careen, the M lines Green and
Mr. and Airs. Brokaw are Visitors
Among distinguished visitors are Col.
A. V. Green, president of the National
Biscuit Company, who spent the week
here with the Misses Green, coming by
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford V. Brokaw of
New York are also completing a ten
days' stay in their car.
Another party included Messrs. John
B. Lenning, J. L. Tull and J. II. Ken
nedy, and the Misses Maud and Elsie
Lenning of Philadelphia.
Guests of Their Parents
The Misses Ridgway and Master Ridg
way are guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Erman J. Ridgway at the Concord.