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    THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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How Many Times
Have You Said to Yourself
"If I could only get hold of a Golf Ball that
would give me real distance and not be so
'jumpy' when it comes to the green!"
but you never expected to get it. In fact, it looked like an
impossible combination. But a change has come. We have
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GOLF
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Longer Carry in the Drive From 10 to 25 More Yards
Better Control in the Approach Short Roll
Relative Inelasticity on the Green. Hugs Better
Putts Deader
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HUNTLEY IS HANDICAP STAR
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twenty-threo yard limit in the Handicap,
but lie started right after the trophy with
a clean break of twenty on the first string,
followed by three more of nineteen each,
and ending up with an eighteen for a
total of ninety-five. David Wardsworth,
3rd, was close after him at the seventeen-
yard mark, but he made his twenty at
the end of the string, recording nineteen
before that which was preceded by an
eighteen, a nineteen and an eighteen for
a total of ninety-four, which never gave a
vantage point which made him dangerous.
1fC. W. Billings at eighteen yards, once
winner of the Handicap, C. H. Newcomb
at twenty-two yards, the 1914 winner, and
J. B. Lallance, Jr., at nineteen yards,
were bunched in a triple tie for second.
Billings 18 19 18 19 1993
Newcomb 18 20 17 18 2093
Lallance 19 19 19 17 1993
Isaac Andrews, a sixteen-yard man,
and George L. Lyon, twenty-one yards,
made ninety-two each, with J. I. Bran-
three landed the trophy for Lallance in
Class A, and Billings won the Class B
trophy in the shoot-off at the same figure
with Newcomb, breaking seventeen to
sixteen for his opponent. "Wardsworth 's
ninety-four won Class C and Isaac An
drews got the Class D trophy with ninety
two. If In the similar event of the Pre
liminary, Huntley won the Class A tro
phy in the shoot-off for the Preliminary
prize with Fish and Heikes. Piatt's
eighty-nine placed him at the head of
Class B, but he couldn't take two prizes
and A. E. Ranhey's eighty-eight was
good. D. W. Baker won Class C with
eighty-seven, and Vincent Oliver Class
D with eighty-four.
SWEEPSTAKES PRECEDE THE BIG EVENTS
The program opened with practice
sweepstakes on Tuesday, preceding the
regular sweeps on Wednesday and Thurs
day. A. B. Richardson, the Delaware
State Champion, recorded one hundred
and ninety-two for the lead on Tuesday,
the opening day, C. D. Coburn second in
one hundred and ninety-one, and F. M.
Edwards third in one hundred and eighty
nine. If Wednesday, W. H. Jones re
corded one hundred and ninety-two for
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HUNTLEY PLATT HEIKES FISH
denburg and W. H. Patterson, each eigh
teen yards, and A. B. Richardson, twenty-
one yards, tied at ninety-one.
QUADRUPLE TIE IN THE PRELIMINARY
Eighty-nine bunched J. D. Piatt, Jr.,
eighteen yards, H. W. Heikes, twenty
yards, G. N. Fish, twenty yards, and
Huntley, twenty-two yards, in a tie for
the Preliminary trophy. In the shoot-off
Piatt broke them all, Huntley missing
one, Heikes three and Fish fifteen. The
race was even money throughout, a twenty
straight on the last string bringing Piatt
into the tie when he appeared to be out
of it. 11 The scores :
Platt
Fish
Heikes
Huntley
17
18
17
18
18
18
17
17
18
19
19
19
16
17
19
18
2089
1789
1789
1789
A. E. Ranney made eighty-eight at
eighteen yards for fourth position, and
eighty-seven bunched D. W. Baker, seven
teen yards, C. L. Frantz, nineteen yards,
and W. M. Foord, twenty-one yards.
class shooting makes a big hit
The class shooting feature, inaugurated
last year, proved to be a big card on the
program. In the Handicap event ninety-
first; Huntley tying with Wright at one
hundred and ninety-one for second and
third places, and Coburn finishing in one
hundred and ninety. 1f In the sweepstakes
preliminary to the Handicap, Huntley
only missed one target and Newcomb and
Wright recorded ninety-nine each. In a
similar event which led up to the pre
liminary, Wright was first in ninety
seven, Huntley second in ninety-six, and
Al Heil third in ninety-five.
professionals swap honors
The professional delegation swapped
honors throughout the week. In the
Handicap, O. R. Dickey and Walter Huff
at eighteen and twenty yards, were first
in ninety-two, and in the Preliminary
LeCompte made eighty-seven at nineteen
yards, and Gibbs eighty-seven at twenty
two yards. If In the sweeps which led up
to the Preliminary, Storr was first in
ninety-seven, and Joslyn second in ninety
four. In a similar event connected with
the Handicap, Storr led with ninety-seven
and Hawkins and Goodrich were second
in ninety-six. If In Wednesday's sweep
stakes, Hawkins was high gun at one
hundred and ninety-two, and Huff second
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