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OUR CANADIAN FRIENDS!
KThe Biggest Thing in Golf
Horn mame to aiirornia-
is the "Wonder Ball "
The Goodrich Whippet
A Ball that ACTUALLY EXTENDS THE LIMIT OF SCIENTIFIC
PLAY. Its wonderful EUBBFE PAINTED COVER gives your club a
better GRIP ON THE BALL. You can put MORE SPIN TO YOUR
STROKES. Never before have you gotten a ball that you can CONTROL
as you can the WHIPPET. It gives more distance putts deader
Play it. The WHIPPET is on sale at the Pinehurst Country dub
all sizes $9.00 the dozen.
Orange Spot Full Size Heavy Triangle Depressed
Maroon Spot Full Size Floater Triangle Depressed
' Purple Spot Medium Size Medium Pebbled
Green Spot Small Size ' Heavy Triangle Depressed
Black Spot . Small Size Medium Triangle Depressed
Last year's favorites, the Stag, flleteor and Scotty also supplied
The B. F, GOODRICH CO Factories, Akron, Ohio
Commonwealth Avenue, BOSTON
Near Massachusetts Avenue Car Lines and
New Subway Station
Distinctive JSoston 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. COSTEIiLO
Pinehurst, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Baths,
Excellent Table, Moderate Bates
EDWARD FITZGERALD, Manager.
Summer Season: THE COLUMBUS, White
Mountains, Bethlehem, N. H.
THE PINE CREST INN
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A recent delightful addition to
Mrs. E. G. Bliss.
The Jewelry Shop
Large and Varied Stock of
Silverware and Notions
Prom the Best Manufacturers Only
Repairing of Jewelry and Engraving of
AH Kinds, All in Our Own Shop
by SkiUed Workmen
MAY WE SERVE YOU?
Dr. Ernest W. Bush
Southern Pines, North Carolina
APBIIi BARGAINS IN
Laces, w. Embroideries, Jewelry '
THE CAROLINA EXHIBITION ROOM
Teas, Luncheons and Suppers
The Misses Little, Plnebluff, N.C
. 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.
Jttr. Ilyrle is Moat In JReund Koliln
Tourney for Jambtoa Golfers
1 A KOUJNU room tour
ney for prizes presented
by Mr. Harry Eyrie
claimed the attention of
our generous representa
tion of Canadian friends
members of the Lamb-
ton Club. A. T. Eeid
won first, Mr. Eyrio sec
ond and J. A. Fraser third. Others par
ticipating included: C. V. Harding, J.
W. Corcoran, A. F. Roger, S. E. Hart,
H. II. Fudger, W. G. Mackendrick, E. II.
Greene, W. A. Kemp, G. S. Deeks, C. S.
Pettit, W. S. Hodgens, G. II. Wood
and F. E. Hinds.
The schedule was so arranged that each
participant competed in fifteen matches,
playing daily against the three other
members of his foursome. Games won
counted one point, halved one half -point.
If The accompanying group picture was
taken at the Mistletoe cottage where Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. McDonald entertained
at afternoon tea.
OUIUET STIUKES 1118 OA IT
Breaks number Three Courne
llecord and Groins' Fat
Amateur Champion Ouimet struck his
gait Tuesday, recording rounds of seveny
nine and seventy-seven, following it up
with another seventy-seven Wednesday,
and swinging fairly and squarely into
action with a record breaking seventy
three on course number three Thursday.
If Going out in 3 4 4 3 4 3 5 5 4 for a
total of thirty-five, he came back in
553533644' to record thirty-eight,
and he missed putts on the tenth and
eleventh, took 5 on the thirteeth after
making a tee shot within thirty yards of
the green and recorded 6 on the sixteenth
through a poor tee shot which cost him a
stroke to get the ball into play.
Thursday afternoon, with Hagan as a
partner the National Amateur and the
National Open Champion against Barnes
and MacNamara, furnished one of the
fastest four-ball matches ever played here.
Ouimet 's card was a seventy-six, with an
approximated 4 on the seventeenth where
his tee shot made the trap,' and a 5 on
the eighteenth where he topped and sliced
his drive and was barely out of the rough.
If MacNamara made a brace of thirty:
six's for a total of seventy-two, and his
iron on the seventeenth struck the pin,
making an easy 2 possible. If Hagan
was seventy-five, and Barnes seventy
eight. If The cards:
Out 5 4 544353 336
In 4545 4 342 53672
Out 45444462 437
In 5544 4 44 3 5 38 75
Out 555 34453 337
In 4 5 4 5 4 3 5 4 53976
Guilford is playing below the eighty
mark and likewise Kerr and Worthington.
H Travis, Topping, Dr. Gardner, Dr. Code,
Standish, Herreshoff and Dunham are
late additions to the fast field gathered
for next weeks United, and the profession
al representation is a brilliant array; tlio
amateur pro contest in progress as The
Outlook goes to press, and the Open
scheduled for today.
Guests at 3 lie Ilrkblr
Mrs. W. B. Peck, Mrs. C. B. Eobinson,
Mrs. J. W. Seward, Miss Margaret
Lambie and Messrs. J. A. Carr and T.
Costello were prize winners at the usual
Berkshire card party Late arrivals who
come to remain some time include: Mr.
and Mrs. Bowlby of Berlin, Canada, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Briggs of Portsmouth,
Ohio, Miss Isabel Stockett of Washington,
and Messrs. W. C. Speakman of Wilming
ton, and'E. G. Wright of Pittsburgh.
Guests at Pine Crest Inn
Mrs. H. P. Thayer of Manchester, N.
H., Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Gage and Miss
Beatrice Gagej Mrs. Frank P. Smith and
Mrs. II. II. Buckley of New York, Mrs.
William Broadhurst and Miss Grace A.
Broadhurst of Brooklyn, and Messrs. E.
B. Cockrane, C. S. McDonald and C. S.
Campbell of Toronto, are late arrivals
at Pine Crest Inn.
from IMxvUie Xotcb
Messrs. Henry . S. Hale, II. Warren K.
Hale and Charles H. Gould of The Bal
sams, Dixville Notch, N. H., spent the
week here. If The new golf course at The
Balsams will be opened July first and a
goodly number of Pinehurst 's friends
will christen it.
"The Wonder Shop"
It's the " Wonder Shop" the Jewelry
Store. If Always there 's a tender spot in
my heart for the man who finds "joy in
work" those who are pegging along on
life's treadmill with other companions
than the almighty dollar and my friend
Clow is one.
Open Air Dance Anticipated
An open-air dance in the Pine Grove on
Monday evening, April 5th, is anticipated
by the entire colony. 1f The proceeds go
to the new Sand Hills Farm Life School
fund of the all-the-year Community of
" liberty and living.' '
Come By Private Car
Colonel Green Of the National Biscuit
Company comes in his private car tor a
return visit, and also Mr. and Mrs. H- J
Topping, also of Greenwich. H They are
old friends of many years.
.Send: The Outlook to your friends.
Tells the week's story.