f THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK SjpS
MRS. HURD AND MR. POWNES WIN
" 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.
The Lorraine Fm "ZVff" "
Apartments furnished and unfurnished
for the season and yearly rentals
Suites and rooms with bath transiently
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A COMPLETE LINE OF
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Will be incomplete, without . .
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Their Elffhty-aeven U Ilet in Special
medal Play Mixed Founoniei
MRS. J. V. Hurl of
Pittsburgh and Henry
C. Fownes of Oakmont
were the winners of
special mixed foursomes
arranged by Mrs. C. S.
Waterhouse of New
York and Miss Myra B.
Helmer of Midlothian.
Playing with a handicap of two they.
scored eighty-seven, six strokes in the
lead of four pairs who tied for second at
ninety -three. Their card was also the
lowest gross by fifteen strokes. f Scores-:
The event concludes the Silver Foils
program for it was in reality a special
tournament. Next season's schedule ia
even more extensive than during the past
winter. Numerous trophies have been
contributed and a year book is to be is
sued by Miss Gwendolyn Curamlngs, the
Club Secretary, in line with a vote at a
"Winger" Score Hun Tiw
The Silver Foils all-season u ringer"
or selected score competition' developed
an interesting competition, Mrs. Herbert
L. Jillson of Maplewood leading with a
card of seventy-six. Tied at seventy
seven were Mrs. Guy Metcalf of
y i vy:
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MR. AND MRS
Mrs. J. V. Hurd, Pittsburgh
and H. C. Fownes, Oakmont 89
Mrs. J. G. Splane, Pittsburgh
and H. W. Ormsbee, Alpine 107
Mrs. Guy Metcalf, Agawam
and J. V. Hurd, Pittsburgh 107
Miss Priscilla Beall, Uniontoyv n
and E. W. Irwin, Kent 103
Mrs. II. L. Jillson, Maplewood
and D. D. F. McGrew, St. Louis 106
Miss M. 15. Helmer, Midlothian
and II. A. Waldron, Agawam 105
Mrs. I?. C. Shannon, Brockport
and J. D. Armstrong, I'ark 104
Mrs. C.S. Waterhouse, New York
and R. C. Shannon, Brockport 110
JACK VANDEVORT HURD
Agawam, Mrs. J. V. Hurd of Pittsburgh
and Miss Louise Elkins of Oakmont
f The cards represent the best holes
(selected) made on a number of rounds.
55244554 4 5 3436453 576
5534356345 2 536463 577
55 244554463445552 5-77
6534445458 3 446463 5-7fr
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