North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. XVIII, NO. 12
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1915
FIVE CENTS
THERE WERE NO VALENTINES!
Annual Tournament for Women is Keen
From Qualification Tie to Finals
mm. F. A. Potta Defeat Mm. J. O.
Nplune and Mm. Harrow in
Tie Winning: Medallist
FROM qualification tie
to match play finals, the
annual St. Valentine's
golf tournament for
women maintained its
interest; Mrs. F. A.
Potts of Lakewood and
Mrs. C. Dana Barrows
Portland the match and
medal winners. If Mrs. Potts ' final round
was with Mrs. J. G. Splane of Pittsburgh
and the home green decided in favor of
the Lakewood player. One down at the
turn, Mrs. Potts halved the tenth and
won the eleventy in 4 to tie, but lost the
twelfth to a 5. Mrs. Splane took the
next three holes in 6, 8 and 5 for a lead
of two up, but lost the last three holes
to a 7, 4 and 7 for the match.
Mrs. Guy Metcalf of Providence won
five holes to four for Mrs. Potts on the
outward journey in the semi-final, but the
Lakewood player was one up on the
eleventh, the match all square on the
twelfth. Mrs. Metcalf was in the lead
again on the thirteenth, but Mrs. Potts
took the next three holes in 7, 5 and 7
for the match by two and one, with a
halve on the seventeenth in 4. 1f In open
ing play with Miss Edith Barnett of New
Haven, Mrs. Potts won her keenest match.
Five up on the tenth, Miss Barnett halved
the eleventh, lost the twelfth and halved
the thirteenth, only to retire, one down,
before C, 5, 7 and 7 wins by Mrs. Potts
on the las,t four holes.
Mrs. Splane 's semi-final was five and
three over Mrs. J. A. Maxwell of Lan
caster, and her first round, four and
three from Mrs. I. S. Robeson of Roch
ester. The first round match between
Mrs. Barrows and Mrs. Metcalf was
also very close. All even at the turn,
Mrs. Metclf became two up on the
twelfth but the match was all square on
the fifteenth; Mrs. Metcalf winning the
next two holes for the match.
In qualification one hundred and eleven
bunched Miss Edith Barnett, Mrs. C.
Dana Barrows and Mrs. Carl H. Hanna
in a triple tie for the gold medal; all
three players losing in the first match
round. The tie play-off was keen, the
trio making the turn with Mrs. Barrows
three strokes in the lead of Mrs. Hanna
and four better than Miss Barnett. On
the sixteenth, however, Mrs. Hanna
tied and Mrs. Barrows' 4 on the
sixteenth gave her a lead of a
stroke which she maintained by halving
the eighteenth in 7. IfMiss Barnett 's
homeward card was fifty on the seven
teenth where she recorded a 3, but she
picked up on the eighteenth. A card of
116 36 80 ' won the Silver Foils gold
medal offered by the Club for the best
net score of a member in qualification
play for Mrs. J. A. Maxwell of
Lancaster, Pa.
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Mrs. F. A. Potts 58 59117
Mrs. J. G. Splane 58 60118
SECOND EIGHT
Mrs. H. H. Van Cleef 62 56118
Mrs. G. M. Howard 60 58118
Mrs. G. H. Atherholt 66 54120
Miss Helen Barnett 58 67125
Miss Blanche Farrington 65 61 126
Miss Mary W Lippincott 65 62127
Miss Lucy K. Priest 65 62127
Mrs. H. H. Rackham 64 63127
THIRD EIGHT
Mrs. W. E. Truesdell 62 68130
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THE SUMMARY NO. 1 COURSE
Play was on No. 1 course, and three
eights qualified from a field of thirty.
The summary :
FIRST EIGHT
Mrs. Carl H. Hanna 53 58111
Miss Edith Barnett 58 53111
Mrs. C. D. Barrows 56 55111
Mrs. I. S. Robeson 54 59113
Mrs. Guy Metcalf 59 55114
Mrs. J. A. Maxwell 63 53116
Mrs. Edward Worth 65 65130
Miss Alice Blum 63 68131
Mrs. Linford Smith 62 70132
Mrs. T. B. Boyd 67 67134
Miss Barbara Farrington 62 73 135
Mrs. J. T. Newton 69 75144
Mrs. H. L. Boehm . 76 69145
FIRST EIGHT
First round Mrs. F. A. Potts, Lake
wood beat Miss Edith Barnett, New
(Concluded on page three)
TUESDAY EVENING NEXT!
Selig From the Front TSar Pictures
"MoYie" Sensation of Season
Fire Entirely Authentic and Vividly
Sugrgrestire Reel To lie Shown
At Pinehumt Theatre
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RIGHT you are Tues
day evening next, the
twenty-third the "mov
ie ' ' sensation of the sea
son in Selig "from the
front ' ' war pictures.
H Briefly summarized
here's what the evening
holds in store :
First reel Animated war map of the
western theatre of war showing the
movements of troops and progress of
campaign up to early part of December.
Scenes in London, Berlin and Brussels
at the outbreak of the war in the early
part of August, showing troops mobiliz
ing, etc. King Albert of. Belgium takes
the field at the head of his army. Bel
gian troops tear up roads and entrench
themselves to meet the German advance.
Second reel With the approach of
the Germans, the vanguard of the great
Belgian refugee army begins its flight
from Tirlemont. Scenes show the terror
stricken people hurrying along the roads
in carts, wheelbarrows, etc. Once fash
ionable beach at Ostend is converted into
a refugee shelter. Scene shows refugees
standing in front of bathing houses and
a general view of the beach as it looked
the latter part of August. Feeding
refugees in the royal palace at Ostend.
Feeding and housing refugees in the
Palace Des Fetes at Ghent. Starving
women of Malines rushing for a place in
line to get food being distributed from
the City Hall. Belgian soldiers in the
field and in trenches to meet the advance
of the oncoming Germans. Occupation
of Brussels by the German troops on
August 16, showing the famous army
marching through the captured city.
Third reel Animated war map of the
fighting in the East, showing the advance
and retreat of the Austrian, German and
Russian armies from the outbreak of the
war in August up to the early part of
December, followed by pictures showing
the ruins of the towns in East Prussia,
following the first Russian invasion, ahd
the German troops on the march through
these towns to repel the invaders. Excel
lent picture of thousands of Russian
prisoners being marched to the detention
(Concluded on page five)
    

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