North Carolina Newspapers

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VOL. XVIII, NO. 1G
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1915
FIVE CENTS
ROBERT HUNTER IS CHAMPION
Leads in Fifty-four Hole Tin Whistle
Tonrney With Total of 242
l'arkvr Wliiltemoro Clowe Second and
T. II. I'alinvr and K. f. Chandl
Win IVvt Troplii
m ROBERT Hunter's final
eighty won the Tin
Whistle championship by
a margin of two strokes
over Parker Whittemore,
ami a pretty race it was.
Fifty-four holes in all
there were, one round
each on courses num
bers one, two and throe, in the order
given, the "Wee Burn golfer recording a
brace of eighty-one's and one eighty
.-igiiiiist seventy-seven, eighty-three and
eighty-four for the Brookline expert.
There were two prizes, also for the best
net scores T. R. Palmer, whose allowance
was twenty for each round, recording a
net of two hundred and nineteen, one
point in the lead of E. G. Chandlee who
deducted thirty-six daily. I. S.Robeson's
eighty-one was the best eighteen hole
round (Hunter and Whittemore barred
:is winners) and seventy found Dr. Carlos
F. Macdonald (36), and M. D. Fink
(-4) tied for net. The scores by rounds,
1, and M courses, gross total, total
handicap and net total:
1 2 3 OR 31 o nkt
T. K. Palmer - 90 915 !)0-279- 60-219
K. (i. ChaiHlh'o -106 112 110-328-108-220
' T. Newton -103 106 110-319- 96-223
K. M. Klayton -113 105 110-328-102-226
I- .1. Phillips - 92 97 97-286- 60-226
'. IS. Fownes - 85 88 88-261- 33-228
A. L. Carr
John Barclay
M. Robinson.
C. E. Tichener -C.
S. McDonald -P.
S.Maclaughlin -G.
M. Howard -It.
C. Shannon, II
C. L. Jones
C. L. Becker
Robert Hunter
J. L. Wyckoff -
E. D. McCabe
A. J5. Lane
W. L. Baldwin -W.
S. Morse
T.H.McGraw, Jr. -It.
II. Hunt
C. B. Hudson
P. W. Whittemore -
F. C. Abbe
W. II. Thayer
W. L. Milliken -
I. S. Itobeson
M. B. Johnson
J. P. Gardner
J. II. Herring
II. W. Ormsbee -C.
B. Price
J. M. Thompson -W.
II. Childs
It. C. Blancke -II.
C. Fownes
W. E. Truesdell -Donald
Parson
J. R. Towle
II. W. Croft
J. ). C. Rumsey -E.
0. Henderson -II.
II. Buckley -Dr.
J. S. Brown -
G. T. Dunlap
V. T. Stall
W. S. Van Clief -W.
S. L. Hawkins
T. A. Cheatham
J. G. Nicholson
E. It. Behrend -T.
T. Watson
84
98
90
94
109 125
103 101
88
94
89
92
85
85
84
81
95
84
87
86
93
94
90
81
89 103
104 106
103 109
89 105
95 94
88
86
87
77
95
94
88
83
-103 107
- 94 90
- 88 96
- 85 81
104 100
93 87
92 99
93 101
96 100
87 84
95 100
107 114
90
85
92
107
90
86
98
97
92 100
100 104
104 103
108 106
94 101
95 101
98 109
95 95
97 103
101 ipo
98 91
101 124
121 126
90-264-99-291-106-340-
100- 304-99-282-92-270-
92- 268-
93- 271-92-270-92-271-89-263-80-242-
96- 288-108-318-106-318-
98-292-
104- 293-95-278-
101- 281-
98- 273-84-244-
106- 316-89-273-95-279-86-252-
103-307-95-275-108-299-103-297-
99- 295-
94- 265-
103- 298-
111- 332-89-269-98-269-
97- 287-
101- 305-94-286-
107- 311-
105- 312-100-314-
102- 297-
97- 293-
104- 311-113-303-
98- 298-97-298-
106- 295-
112- 337-121-368-
- 33-231
- 60-231
-108-232
- 72-232
- 48-234
- 36-234
- 33-235
- 36-235
- 33-237
- 33-238
- 24-239
- 3-239
- 48-240
- 78-240
- 78-240
- 51-241
- 51-242
- 36-242
- 39-242
- 30-243
- 0-244
- 72-244
- 27-246
- 33-246
- 6-246
- 60-247
- 27-248
- 51-248
- 48-249
- 45-250
- 15-250
- 48-250
- 81-251
- 18-251
- 18-251
- 33-254
- 51-254
- 30-256
- 54-257
- 54-258
- 54-260
- 36-261
- 30-263
- 48-263
- 36-267
- 31-267
- 30-268
- 27-268
- 68-271
- 78-290
ML1IH. HARLOW IS HIE WINXEll
THE UNITED CHAMPIONSHIP
Medal and Match Play Honor In
Silver Foils Cliainpionahlp
Mrs. Eoland II. Barlow of the Merion
Cricket Club found little opposition in
the annual Championship of the Silver
Foils, her final match with Mrs. J. Ray
mond Price of Oakmont, five up and four
to play. In the semi-final Mrs. Barlow
defeated Mrs. H. R. Stockton of Plain
field by two and one, and in the first
round Mrs. Herbert L. Jillson of Pine
hurst by six and five.
Mrs. Price advanced for the final on a
nineteen-hole win from Miss Louise
Elkins, her clubmate, who tied with a
winning 6 on the eighteenth green only to
lose the nineteenth to a 5. Her first
win was from Mrs. E. R. Behrend of Erie
by two up. H Mrs. Stockton won in the
nineteenth green from Mrs. W. J. Faith
of Wykagyl in the first round, and Miss
Elkins was four up and two to play over
Miss Sarah Evans of Swampscott.
Mrs. Barlow's eighty-nine was the best
qualification score, three strokes in the
lead of Mrs. Faith and Miss Elkins, and
six better than Mrs. Price. Mrs. Stock
ton made ninety-six, Mrs. Jillson ninety
nine and Mrs. Behrend one hundred.
lloiirttt 3umU of Dnnlapg
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. West of Taunton
are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. T.
Dunlap at Column Lodge.
Andrvtn lead XrapNhootem
Aided by a handicap of 20, J. II. An
drews won the weekly trap shooting handi
cap with 103 net, out of a possible hun
dred. C. T. Crocker (18) was second in
ninety-nine and Whittemore (5) tied with
Morgan (16) at ninety-six. 1f The scores:
Crocker 20 24 22 1518 99
Andrews 23 18 20 2220103
Morgan 21 22 18 1916 96
Whittemore 21 25 23 22 5 96
Howard 23 19 21 24 5 92
Elder 16 15 8 820 67
Fast Field Assured With Ouimet as
Star Attraction
Women' Evvnt Open the Program
With Today' Uual Mi
ration flay
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m THE fifteenth annual
United North and South
Amateur Golf Champion
ship bids fair even thus
early to bo the fastest
and most representative
contest in the history of
this classic. f Amateur
Champion Francis Oui
met is already here for preliminary
practice joining J. G. Parrish, Jr., Hamil
ton K. Kerr of Ekwanok, Jesse P. Guil
ford of Intervale and Parked W. Whitte
more of Brookline who precede him.
Gardiner W. White of Flushing, Philip V.
Carter of Nassau and F. K. Robeson of
Pawling are coming, not to mention a
delegation of golfers now farther south,
and the title holder, R. S. Worthington,
and probably Walter J. Travis and D.
Clarke Corkran.
Henry C. Fownes of Oakmont, J. M.
Thompson of Springhaven, W. E. Trues
dell of Fox Hills, Robert Hunter of Wee
Burn and I. S. Robeson of Oak Hill, the
all-season ' 1 steadies, ' ' are all liable to be
heard from, with always the possibility
of the "dark horse" to step from the
background into the limelight. The
program opens with the women's event
March 20 25, followed by the amateur
pro contest on the 26th, and the Open
(Concluded on page three)
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