North Carolina Newspapers

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OUTLOOK
VOL. XVIII, NO. 14
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH G, 1915
FIVE CENTS
HURD AND HOWARD WIN
Seventy is Good In Tin Whistle Four-ball
Medal Play Handicap
I'onnei and Hecker Ilfat Hunter
and Brown In Tie Play
Olf for Second
I J. T. Newton
II. II. Rackham
W. T. Stall
M. D. Fink
J. M. Thompson
II. W. Croft
E. J. Phillips
W. M. Childs
E. R. Behrend
C. L. Jones
SEVENTY won first
prize for W. L. Hurd of
Pittsburgh and G. M.
Howard of Halifax in
Monday 's four ball
medal play Tin Whistle
handicap; C. L. Becker
of Woodland and Henry
C. Fownes of Oakmont
breaking a tie at seventy-two with Robert
Hunter of Wee Burn and Dr. J. S. Brown
of Montclair. George G. Dutton of Bel
mont and Tyler L. Redfield of Greenwich
wore the trophy donors. The scores :
W. L. Hurd 1
Is
(i. M. Howard f
Dr. J. S. Brown
Hoi tort Hunter J
C. L.. Becker
TI. C. Fownes f
John A. McLeod
G. W. Watts
0. B. Fownes
Br. G. T. Gregg
K B. Pratt
R. C. Blancke
G. T. Dunlap
R. H. Hunt
F. C. Abbe
J. M. Robinson
W. II. Thayer
Br. M. W. Marr
R. C. Shannon
J. H. Clapp
H. II. Buckley
A. B. Alley
W. E. Truesdell
T. B. Boyd
W. S. Van Clief
P. S. Maclaughlin
W. W. Powers' )
I. S. Robeson j
H. R. Mackenzie 1
T. R. Palmer
M. B. Johnson "I
T. L. Lawrence J
H W. Ormsbee "l
L. Milliken j
Stuyvesant LeRoy
C S. McDonald j
9- Hudson "
G. Nicholson J
C H. Lay "
J- D. C. Rumsey
G. 0. Morse )
J'1- T. Sage
John Barclay
J- R. Towle j
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JL II K JIT'S AWiriVRiAIIY
Special Shoot i Being- Arranged in
Honor of "Wizard of Spirit Lake"
Trap shooters are anticipating with
keen interest a special event for a twen
tieth anniversary Fred Gilbert trophy
offered by the Du Pont Powder Company,
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"PINEHUBST FOREVER!" W. E. TRUESDELL, THE FOX HILLS VETERAN
Will Vlail ninlorlc Tort Finher
Colonel J. Wright Vrooman, a Berk
shire guest, plans to visit Fort Fisher at
Wilmington, N. C, on his homeward J our
ney to refresh memories of war time days.
If Aboard the U. S. S. Vanderbilt ' ' he
participated in the siege of this fort,
participated in the siege of this fort, Jan
uary 15, I860, and he is anxious to meet
some of the survivors of the famous battle.
the date to be fixed between March 13th
and 20th. 1f The shoot will be one hun
dred targets handicap (added targets).
Messrs. P. W. Whittemore and F. A.
Potts and Miss E. Marie Sinclair are the
committee in charge.
The race for the all-season high average
gold medal between Mr. Whittemore and
G. M. Howard is a keen one, Whittemore
at present one target in the lead.
OPEN AIR FETE THURSDAY
Little Folks and Big Will Assemble
For Pine Grove Party
CrameN, Dancing- anil Afternoon Tea
In Aid of Sand Ililln Farm
Life School
THE revival of the old
time Village Club open
air Fete is anticipated
for Thursday of the com
ing week, March 11th;
the affair as in the past,
to be held in the pine
grove. If Starting a t
three will be games, a
May pole, and grab bag for the little
folks, followed by dancing and afternoon
tea for the grown-ups at four thirty.
The afternoon has been arranged as a
benefit for the Sand Hills Farm Life
School for the older boys and girls of
the County; an all-the-year Community
of which Pinehurst is now the center. H In
the event of necessity for postponement
the Fete will be held upon the next fair
day, and posters on the various busses
will make one quite sure the fun is on.
Mrs. Leonard Tufts is the active head
of the energetic committee and she is
ably assisted by many former members
of the one time Village Club. If Posters
calling attention to the day have already
anticipated this announcement.
P A IK II 1 S II AX1 II A I F E
Full Five Set Ilattle Conclude
February Tennl Tourney
The annual February men's tennis sin
gles developed a splendid final match be
tween J. C. Parrish, Jr., and R. Adams
Balfe which the former won. In opening
play, Parrish recorded 6 2, 6 3, but
Balfe took the third set, 3 6, and fourth,
6 1, only to lose the decisive final, 6 0.
H Parrish won by 2 6, 6 6, 6 2 in the
semi-final with Stephen Gates, and Balfe
triumphed by 8 6, 6 3 over R. II.
Hpskins.
Other contestants included A. C. Pear
son, Harry Balfe, March Turner, A. C.
Sullivan, A. C. Speyer, II. C. Anderson,
J. II. Hyde and Howard Smithers. U The
next event on the Country Club schedule
is the annual Club Championship, March
8 13, inclusive, and including men's and
women 's singles, men 's and mixed doubles.
The Championship concludes the Coun
try Club program, but interest bids
fair to result in several special post
season tournaments.
    

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