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jHr. llamtlton Tent Out the mental
Hazard Pond Hole Theory
1 Lou ' ' Hamilton says the twelfth hole
poixl on number one course is not a
"condition of mind!" Uln foursome
pl.iv with Mrs. Fred Ilerreshoff, D. T.
Leahy and Mrs. W J. Faith, Mrs. Herre
sliolf's tee shot made the pond at the
rioht. The ball was located floating near
wli.it appeared to be a small raft, not far
f nun shore, and Mr. Hamilton, always
tin4 gallant, poised like Mercury of old,
sprang lightly out, and discovered with
surprising speed that the "raft" was
nioivly two floating boards which quickly
pnrtcd company as "Lou" sank to the
OOILFOnO; "WOSDEn GOLFER"
Oulnie,'. Victor 8,a, cba.pon
At Fourteen Year, of Affe
Ouimet's four and three defeat plays
strange havoc with prophesies for he was
a favorite against the field at two to one
odds and better, and previous to the
Amateur-pro and Open he was slated by
many to win all three events. If At this
time and hour we will not try to "ex
plain" what happened read that in next
week's Outlook but briefly sum
marized, "short work" was Ouimet's
undoing, and play was fast enough so
that every stroke counted.
Guilford first came into prominence at
the National Amateur at Ekwanok last
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YOUNG FILLMORE K. ROBESON
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year through defeat of Herreshoff which
won a place in the Championship flight
where he was defeated by Webb. IT At
fourteen years of age he won the New
Hampshire State Championship which
title he has captured for three years
since. If He's but twenty years old,
but a man in size, and he not only
"drives a mile," but he's right on the
the job every minute, and we've a notion
he could do seventy on number two.
Coin and See U, StajM Fenn
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Fenn of
1'oland Spring are welcomed back for
their annual visit. IfCome and see us,
s:iys the popular professional, we're go
ing to open our eighteen-hole golf course
xt summer and it's some course.
Her Drolher'a Weddlnr
Mrs. Ralph W. Page will be present at
the marriage of her brother, Mr. J. Wil
ard Tuckerman, Jr., to Miss Elsie L.
Morrill, in the St. James Episcopal
Church, Boston, on April 10th.
Mr. and M". Spauldlngr Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Spaulding were
dinner guests at a Carolina dinner, Mr.
and Mrs. S. M. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs.
P W Whittemore, and the Misses Marie
Sinclair and Muriel Tannehill the guests.
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The Brand
Rifle and Pistol
CARTRIDGES
are made to shoot well in
all makes ' and varieties of
arms. For accurate and
uniform shooting, penetration
and reliability, Winchester
cartridges are unexcelled. If
you want to get the best re
sults out of your rifle, revolver
or pistol, no matter what its
make, you will do well to
insist upon the W brand
when buying cartridges for it.
Genuine Winchester factory
loaded cartridges have
A Red W On Every Box
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Winchester Shells and Cartridges for Sale at the Pinehurst Store, Traps
and Ranges. Look for the big " W" on every Box.
" The Center of Summer Golf " THE LORRAINE
EQUINOX MOUSE Fifth Avenue at Forty-Fifth Street
Manchester-ln-the-Meuntains New York City
Vermont
Apartments furnished and unfurnished
Open Time J9th to October J5th, 1915
for the season and yearly rentals
Oil the Ideal TOQr GEORGE 0RY1S Suites and rooms with bath transiently
A. E. MARTIN, Manager
(Of Bon Air. Au.ta, Qa.) GEORGE HOWE GEORGE ORYIS
Invest in High Grade Bonds
Secured by Improved Farm Lands and
Guaranteed by
PAGE & COMPANY
Interest Payable Semi-annually Netting 6 Per Cent or Better
These bonds are issued in denominations of $500 to accommodate small investors
LARGE EARNINGS COMBINED WITH ABSOLUTE SECURITY
For Particulars Apply to
R, W. PAGE or ' PAGE TRUST COMPANY
General Office. PINEHURST, N. C. ABERDEEN. N. C.
    

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