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COL. BOGEY HAS HIS INNINGS
Tin WbiMlen' Best W Match lor
Illm In Clirimniai Handicap
COLONEL Bogey had
his innings in the Tin
Whistle Christmas handi
cap, W. E. Truesdell,
the Fox Hills veteran,
the only one in the field
to tie with the invinci
ble. Playing with a
handicap of nine, he
headed A class, even up; John II. Clapp
of Chevy Chase, (10) second, one down.
In B class John R. Bowker of Albe
marle whose allowance was twenty-four,
was first, two down; Stuart II. Patterson
of Plainfield (12), three down. If II. W.
Ormsbee and E. S. Hawthorne contributed
the trophies, the former a travelling set
and the latter a 8300-year-old Egyptian
scarab. Mr. Truesdell took the "skidoo
set" and Mr. Bowker "the bug."
CALL FOn VOLUKlEUHs
llasehall Candidate Will line Up.
Wor Practice Game Monday
Manager Butler Walker of The Caro
lina baseball team has issued a call for
candidates for this year's nine. Several
well known amateurs are already here
and the first practice game will be
played Monday afternoon. A novelty
of the season will be games with the
Philadelphia Nationals, the Baltimore
Federals. The University of Virginia
boys are also coming down during the
season for their usual game.
XI r. J'rethrey Maiden Flying: Visit
Mr. Frank Presbrey of New York spent
the week here and is planning to return
later with Mrs. Presbrey and the Misses
Presbrey. H Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pres
brey came Sunday for a ten day's visit.
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!AT HOME" A COTTAGE IXTERTOR
Class A W. E. Truesdell (9), even
up; J. II. Clapp (10), 1 down; Rev. T.
A. Cheatham (10) ; T. B. Boyd (10), 2
down; Chisholm Beach (5), . down;
C. S. McDonald (11), 5 down; C. B.
Hudson (9); C. L. Becker (7), 7 down;
Robert Hunter (2), 10 down; P. L.
Lightbourn (12), 12 down.
Class B J. R. Bowker (24), 2 down;
S. II. Patterson (12), 3 down; R. C.
Shannon, 2nd (12), 4 down; F. C. Abbe
(26), 5 down; J. R. Goodall (16), 6
down; J. M. Robinson (26); J. D. C.
Rumsey (17), 8 down; II. W. Ormsbee
(18), 10 down.
llolew Jtrany for Three
F. S. Appleman of Columbia holed a
brassey shot for 3 on the 18th hole of.
number 2 course in play Tuesday.
Client of Mr. JPrenhr.y
Mr. Frank Page was the dinner guest
of Mr. Frank Presbrey at The Carolina
on Wednesday evening.
IHr. Iag-e VUIIm Her on
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page of Garden
City are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W.
Page. Mrs. Walter IT. Page, wife of
the British Ambassador, spent a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Page recently.
School C'lioniM Org-aiizd
Musical Director Carl Behr has organ
ized a chorus among the children of the
Pin'ohurst County School. An entertain
ment is planned later in the season.
Here for the Holiday
Miss Esther, Mr. Richard and Masters
Albert and James Tufts; Miss Judith and
Master Jerry Jenks, are spending the
Holidays with their parents.
Join M r. and VIr. Ornifthee
Mr. and Mrs. Malcom B. Ormsbee and
their children of Brooklyn join Mr. and
Mrs. Herman W. Ormsbee at their cot
tage, The Plymouth.