THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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D. N. CLARK'S BIRTHDAY
That's what they're all say
ing. Everywhere golfers are
marveling at the new
Here is a Ball that ACTUALLY EXTENDS THE LIMIT OF
SCIENTIFIC PLAY. Its wonderful KUBBER PAINTED
COVER gives your club a better GRIP ON THE BALL. You
can put MORE SPIN TO YOUR STROKES. Never before have
you return a JiU that you can CONTROL as you can the WHIPPET.
It gives mere distance putts deader hugs closer.
Join the crowd. The WHIPPET is on sale at the
Pinehurst Country Club all sizes $9.00 the dozen
Full Size Heavy Triangle Depressed
Full Size Floater Triangle Depressed
Medium Size Medium Pebbled
Small Size Heavy Triangle Depressed
Small Size Medium Triangle Depressed
Last year's favorites, the Stag, Meteor and Scotty, also supplied
The B F. Goodrich Company
Factories Akron, Ohio
Commonwealth Avenue, " BOSTON
Near Massachusetts Avenue Car Lines and
New Subway Station
ietfncttve JBoston Douse
Some globe trotters have been good enough
to say that the Puritan is one of the most
attractive and homelike hotels in the world.
Inquiries gladly answered.
The booklet of the hotel with guide to
Boston and its historic vicinity will
be mailed on receipt of your card.
O. P. COSTELLO
Pinehurst, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Baths,
Excellent Table, Moderate Bates
EDWARD FITZGERALD, Manager.
Summib Bethlehem, White Mountains, N. H.
THE PINE CREST INN
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A recent delightful addition to
Pinehurst' s Hotels
Mrs. E. C. Bliss.
The Jewelry Shop
Large and Varied Stock of
Silverware and Notions
Prom the Best Manufacturers Only
Repairing of Jewelry and Engraving of
All Kinds, All In Our Own Shop
by Skilled Workmen
MAY WE SERVE YOU?
Dr. Ernest W. Bush
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Exquisite Novilties from Many Lands
Laces, Embroideries, Jewelry
THE CAROLINA EXHIBITION ROOM
Teas, Luncheons and Suppers
The Misses Little, Pinebluff, N. C.
V O It SALE
About 8,000 acres of land, in body, within
one mile of Highway route, four miles from
railroad. Satisfactory terms. Apply to
W. ERVIN McGILL, Fayetteville, R. F. D. No. 3, N. C.
Eighty-six Years Old lie Makes No. 1 1 MOVING PICTURES IE itXE
Course In Even Hundred
EIGHTY-SIX years old
was Mr. D. N. Clark of
Woodbridge, Conn.,- on
Tuesday, March second,
and in the observance of
the anniversary the en
tire Holly Inn household
joined. H First of all
there was a monster
birthday cake from Manager and Mrs.
F. C. Abbe, and a basket of flowers from
Mr. Amos Whitney of Hartford, to spread
the news which was also conveyed in
many cards, letters and telegrams of con
gratulation, and last of all, a gold-lined
loving cup from Mr. S. II. Field of
Mr. and Mrs. Abbe, Mr. Noyes D.
Clark, Mr. Field, and Mr. Robert Foote
of New Haven assisted in the evening's
informal reception. Mr. Clark is a famil
iar figure upon the golf links where he
plays nine holes, morning and afternoon,
nearly every day. If He still retains alle
giance to course number one, and his best
score is an even hundred at which figure
Mr. Clark hopes to play it on his
hundredth birthday ! If The card :
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THE EUIITAHLE I I F II
Its Leading- Officials Find Pine hum t
To Their JLIking-
Judge W. A. Day, President of the
Equitable Life Insurance Company, Vice
President Fisher, Treasurer Ilorr and
Cashier Webster of the same company
are guests at The Carolina and Holly
Inn, joining General Agent J. L. Toppin
who is at Pine Crest Inn. If Mr. T. T.
Watson, who is looking over cottage sites
between rounds of golf, was for thirty
seven years connected with the company;
twenty years Director General of the
South African East Coast.
Mr. Olmsted is Hostess
Mrs. Robert A. Olmsted entertained
with a bridge tea at the Cypress cottage
Monday; the guests Mesdames A. S. New
comb, J. D. Foot, F. C. Abbe, Mary E.
Downie and the Misses Mary A. Adams
and N. L. Whitney.
Hampton Sing-em on Monday
Make a note of the Hampton School
entertainment plantation songs and
moving pictures at the Theatre on Mon
day evening next. Last weeks Outlook
contains the program.
Guests at The Iexing-ton
Mr. D. H. Verder and Miss S. S. Verder
of Worcester, Miss Bessie White of Fort
Worth, Messrs. II. M. Douglass, E. L.
Hudson, J. C. Smith of New York and
T. B. Phillips of Boston are late arrivals
at The Lexington.
The Princess Announces Star Attrac
tions for Present Month
The Princess moving picture theatre at
Southern Pines, announces the following
de luxe attractions for the month to
come: March 5 and 6, Hobart Bosworth
in "Buckshort John'; March 9, Gaby
Deslys in "Her Triumph"; March 12
and 13, John Emerson in "The Bache
lor's Romance"; March 16, Blanche
Sweet in "The Warrens of Virginia";
March 19 and 20, Marshal Neilan in
"The Country Boy"; March 23, William
II. Crane in "David Harum"; March
26 and 27, Winnefred Kingston and Har
old Lockwood in "The Love Route";
March 30, Wallace Eddinger in "A Gen
tleman of Leisure". If For Friday and
Saturday, April 2 and 3, with a special
matinee on the latter day, the "Ober
Ammergau Passion Play" in colors will
be the season's star attraction.
Holly Inn Team Wins Tie
Wednesday's ball-game is suggestive
of what the coming weeks hold in store,
The Holly Inn team recording a clean cut
eight seven victory to break the existing
tie. The Carolinas were two runs in the
lead with a total of m six at the end of the
fifth inning, but the valley boys inaug
urated a swatfest in the sixth which
netted four runs and a lead whicli they
maintained. IfFinnegan's fielding was
one of the features of the game. McCre
han and Meagher, Morgan and Fitzgerald
were the batteries, and Torzello the um
pire. Tf The next game is scheduled for
the coming week, Friday's game in
progress as The Outlook goes to press.
President Tufts the II out
The annual meeting and dinner ten
dered to the Country Club Governors by
President Leonard Tufts at the Club
House, on Monday evening, proved the
most enjoyable of a delightful series.
The only absentee was Mr. James P.
Gardner of Chicago who is already on his
way here;. Mr. G. W. Watts of Durham
iii attendance for the first time. If The
souvenir favors were sterling ash trays
and there were also individual favors;
the table decoration a wilderness scene
with lake, island, trees, cabin and fig
ures in miniature; the dainty repast one
long to be remembered as a basis for
u en ts at Pine Crest Inn
Dr. J. W. Nelson of Altoona, Mr. F. E.
Olin of New York, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Durell, Mrs. Cassius Hunt and Mrs.
Charles II. Thayer of Somerville, Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Rampe and Mr. Charles B.
Kessing of Cincinnati, Messrs. E. E. Ran
kin and C. R. Anderson of Pittsburgh,
and II. II. Buckley of Forest Hills, and
the Misses Anna J. and Caroline M. Val
entine of Bellefonte are late arrivals at
Pine Crest Inn.