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WvdnvMlay'M Ball Inaugural Social
Anuual for AdvrlUisr Golf
'TWAS a happy
evening 's ball, inaugu
rating, also, what is to
be a delightful annual
in connection with the
advertising golf tourna
ment. Not alone was the
affair one of the season's
most brilliant social events, but dancing
competitions made it one of the most
entertaining affairs of the season in
which the entire household joined.
The opening number was the "lucky
dance ' ' in which the couples were elimin
ated by draw j Mrs. W. B. Lasher of New
Bedford, Mr. A. L. Alfred of Providence
the survivors. Next in order was the
hesitation waltz in which the judges, the
Misses Lillian Gillette and Margaret
Hooker of Concord, N. II., the dancing
teachers, and Mrs. Clarence Whitney of
Hartford selected Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
York was an inimitable master of cere
monies, and Mr. Erman J. Ridgway of
Montclair presented the prizes with deli
cious mock dignity and ceremony.
Tin WliUtl MwatfVut
A two class swatfest claimed the atten
tion of the Tin Whistles golfers Thursday.
In the leading division Walter G. Clark
of Woodland was the winner and in the
lower James Barber of Englewood. A
gold medal was awarded to the best net
score of the day, II. II. Buckley of Dun
woodie won with a card of 94 :!') 71.
The list of participants included: Becker,
Truesdell, Boyd, Clapp, Hudson, Cheat
ham, McDonald, Hunter, Howard, Shan
non, Lightbourn, Le Hoy, Toppin, Clark,
Foot, Dunlap, Beach, Whittemore, Marr
and Dutton in class A.
Houston, Newton, Hurd, Eumsey, Orms
bee, Swigert, Abbe, Robinson, Buckley,
Alley, Barber, Blancke, Slayton, Towle,
Pushee, Johnson, Van Clief and Pratt
in Class B.
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YE gods; war
Thorsen of New York for first, and Mrs.
II. R. Mallinson of New York and Mr.
Don M. Parker of Garden City for sec
ond. The one step followed, Miss Blanche
Farrington of West Newton and Mr. II.
R. Mallinson of New York winning first
and Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ilanna of Cleve
land second. Last of all came the indi
vidual awards, Mrs. C. P. Brady, Jr., of
Chicago winning among the women, and
Mr. F. C. Henderson of Boston among
Details of arrangements were in the
hands of Mesdames W. B. Lasher and
H. R. Mallinson, both of New York and
who transformed the dance hall into a
fairy bower by use of vari-colored ser
pentine streamers and whose selection of
prizes was in exquisite taste. Refresh
ments were served at intermission and
general dancing rounded out a merry
evening. Mr. L. A. Hamilton of New
AT A DAY ! ' '
TUvy llae Mr. Wright
Mr. George Wright of Wright & Dit
son, Boston, one of the men who has been
responsible for the present and increasing
popularity of tennis in this country, is at
The Holly Inn for his usual visit. lie
expresses himself much pleased with the
new location of the tennis courts on the
low land, away from the wind.
"I looked them over carefully, the
other day," he said yesterday, "and
they are perfect in every way. With the
good instructor you have here, the game
will undoubtedly soon occupy a place
equal in prominence to golf. 4 The
interest in your forthcoming champion
ship is quite general, I have found, and I
believe the list of participants will be the
largest and most important in its history,
for many prominent players are looking
forward with pleasure to being the first to
open the 1915 amLwhat promises to be a
banner season." '