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Head Fastest Field In IlUtory of
Championship in Opening- Play
YOUNG Fillmore K.
Robeson, Pawling School
student, turned in an
eighty in the second
round of qualification
in the fifteenth annual
United North and South
Amateur Golf Cham
pionship for a gold
medal winning total of one hundred fifty
five over a field which in class, speaks for
itself. One stroke away, Amateur Cham
pion Ouimet, Travis and Guilford were
bunched in a triple tie at one hundred
fifty-six. Ouimet 's card was seventy-
four against eighty-two in opening play
and he is credited with four mistakes; -a
missed putt on the eleventh, another on
the twelfth which was deflected by a heel
print, and a third on the seventeeenth
which rimmed the cup from long dis
tance. . Only one of the traps bothered
him, on the eighth hole, which is a par 3,
and on which he wTas trapped on his iron
and required 5 where he made 2 on his
record breaking round.
Travis made seventy-three, ten strokes
better than in opening, and he found
traps on the sixth, twelfth and four
teenth, and three putts would have gone
down had they been up, and another &e
failed to sink at so short a distance that
it seemed impossible. 1f Guilford 's card
was an eighty as against seventy-six.
f Young Carter made seventy-five against,
eighty-two, and Irving S. Robeson,
Fill 's daddy, ' ' seventy -six . against
eighty-one, and were tied at one hundred
fifty-seven. Close after them came
Worthington, the title holder, and' Hunter
of Wee Burn, who made one hundred fifty-
nine each. Kerr of Ekwanok, Hamilton
of the National, Topping of Greenwich,
Case of Owasco, Sullivan of Woodland,
Parrish of the National, and Behr, and
Cwaltney 'both of Baltusrol were others
who made the first flight. .
Parker W. Whittemore of Brookline,
who recorded seventy-one in play last
week, and Fred Herreshoff of Garden
City, were among the notabje withdraw
als. 1f Dr. W. E. Code of Chesterfield,
who lost the tie with Behr and Gwaltney
of Baltusrol, at one hundred sixty-seven,
the limit of admission to the first
division, heads the second flight in which
among others are Dr. C H. Gardner, the
Rhode Island champion, W. M. Paul of
Mecklenberg, who has never before failed
to make the Championship flight; C. T.
Dunham of David Hills, Ga., and J. M.
Thompson of Springhaven, both of whom
defeated Travis in the Championship and
the Championship consolation last year;
C. M. Ransom of Buffalo and M. F.
O 'Connell of Alpine. H There are six
other flights also, "Uncle Ed" Slayton
the last man in the eighth division; the
entries numbering one hundred eighty-six.
HIGH SCORE EXPLANATIONS
And by way of explanation, so that the
reputations of the experts involved may
not be marred, it might be well to men
tion the fact that the Championship num
ber two course, with its present extended
tees, is "no croquet ground" as Nation
al Baseball Secretary, John A. Heydler,
expresses it. " There are doubtless
spots," he asserts, where with a steady
hand, you can manage to tee a ball be
tween the traps, but somehow it's like a
pitcher with a job; opportunities arn't
so numerous when you need them as when
you don 't. ' ' H The newspaper boys find
a lot of fun joshing my golf game," he
concluded, "so just let them know, will
you, that I've made all three courses
under ninety, which I reckon, is 'long
about where most of the chaps line up
who find golf an aid to business, and who
cut business if it interferes too much,
which is right and proper if you give it
the correct interpretation."
PROBLEMS IN FIGURES
Here are the final qualification cards
of the leaders. Figure them out at
Ouimet -Out-4 4 4 4-1365 2-36
Travis -Out-5 4 3 4 5 3 6 3 3-36
Carter -Out-4 4 5 4 7 3 6 4 3-40
Guilford -Out-5 5 4 4 5 4 5 3 5-40
Robeson, F. -Out-4 4 4 5 4 5 6 3 4-39
Robeson, I. -Out-4 4 3 4 3 4 6 6 4-3S
-In -55544343 5-3S
Travis -In -4 3 5 5 4 4 5 3 4-37
Carter . -In -4 5 4 4 4 2 5 2 5-35
Guilford -In -4 6 455 254 5-40
Robeson, F. -In -5 5 4 4 5 3 6 3 6-41
Robeson, I. -In -4 .5 4 4 5 3 5 3 5-38
GUILFORD SPRINGS A SENSATION
Guilford sprang a sensation the word
is hardly big enough in the first
match play round through defeat of
Ouimet, Young Robeson won from Kerr
on the nineteenth green, and Hunter
from Travis on the seventeenth. Say !
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Carter Shoot Stvvntyf hrv
' ' Phil ' ' Carter swung into action for a
seventy-three on course number three in
four-ball play Wednesday afternoon,
equalling the recent record made by Ama
teur Champion Ouimet. H Going out in
seven 4's and two 5's for thirty -eight,
he came home in 3 5 4 4 3 4 5 3 4 for
thirty-five. TfAnd number three is
counted about three strokes harded than
number two. Some class to ' ' our ' '
Ilenilnder Seem Idle!
A reminder seems idle Monday even
ing's moonlight dance in the Pine Grove.
If Of course there'll be ice cream and cake
see Mrs. R. C. Shannon and Mrs. G. M.
Howard; and punch also ask Mrs.
J. G. Splane.