North Carolina Newspapers

    THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
CHAMPIONSHIP IN FOLL SWING
(Concluded from page one)
Dr. W. E. Code
Walter Fovargue
Fred O'Connell
J. II. Watson
T. W. Case
Kalph Thomas
J. II. Sullivan
Barney Kelley
Fred Ilerreshoff
William Wilson
Note Both amateurs.
75 81 156
82 74 156
79 79 158
82 80 162
82 No card
AM:V JIOSS WOS Till? OPE.V
Iad Amateur Champion Three and
Open Champion four Strokes
Ouimet lost the Open Championship to
Alexander Ross by the narrow margin of
three strokes, the cards 71 75 146 and
7970 149, but he retrieved himself by
breaking the number two course record
with his afternoon rounds which with ex
tended tees, is the equivalent of sixty
seven under ordinary conditions. If The
Champion's undoing was a pulled tee shot
on the first hole of the morning round, a
ball with wonderful distance which swung
far off to the left across the railroad
track and close up to the moving picture
theatre. The result was an 8 where a 4
is his customary score, three or four
strokes which would have tied or won.
1 His afternoon round ranks in golf
ing annals here in importance only
with the phenomenal seventy-five of
Gladys Iiavenscroft, and the remarkable
thing about it is that there were six
mistakes, all of which added a stroke.
On the first hole, for instance, the sec
ond was to the right of the green. On
the fifth, he lost a stroke through being
trapped on his pecond, and on the short
ninth he was trapped on his iron. 1f Com
ing home ho took three putts on the four
teenth green, and on the sixteenth, his
second over-ran tho green to a trap. On
the seventeenth he missed a putt. H Cards :
ROSS MORNING
3 4 5 3 5 3 235
5 3 5 3 4 4 43671
AFTERNOON
4 4 4 3 6 3 336
5 4 5 3 6 3 43975146
FRANCIS OUIMET MORNING
85445463 342
55 4 54343 43779
afternoon
Out 5444525 3 436
34336354 33470149
Hagan was third with one hundred and
fifty and Tom Macnamara, generally re
irded as Ouimet 's most dangerous rival,
recorded one hundred and fifty eight,
lour strokes worse than Jesse Guilford.
1! No cards were scarce among the ama
teurs, Travis, Ilerreshoff, Worthington
:,ud half a dozen others all being among
the missing. f The scores:
Out
In
Out
In
Out,
In
A. Ross 71 75 146
Ouimet 79 70 149
Hagan 75 75 150
Barnes 74: 77 151
Hutchinson 77 74 151
1. Boss 76 76 152
Smith 76 77, 153
Guilford 78 76 154
agerblade 79 77 156
MacDonald 79 75
Macnamara 82 76 158
Hyde 79 79 158
Kerrigan 77 82 159
Carter 80 79 159
Bonnar 84 78 162
Kelley 83 80 163
Parrish 83 82 165
Murray 84 82 166
Case 87 79 166
Mather 85 81 166
Sullivan 35 87 172
Code 89 84 173
McCarthy 90 84 174
Shannon 34 91 175
Holmes 93 86 179
UNCJLE E IS THE WINftER
(Concluded from page one)
W. L. Milliken 49 50 991188
Carlos F. McDonald 59 64 1233489
James Barber 48 62 1102189
W. S. Van Clief 50 51 1011289
J. II. Herring 59 50 1091990
C. L. Becker 43 53 96 690
W. T. Stall 55 55 1102090
E. A. Johnston 56 52 1081494
II. R. Mackenzie 56 55 1111794
M. W. Marr 47 58 105 996
J. D. Gallagher 58 62 1202298
LET NO OSfE ESCAPE!
Six Prizes For Twenty-Seven Player
In Tin Whittle Connotation
Six prizes there were in the "let no
one escape" consolation Tin Whistle
tourney for those who failed to "make
good 1 ' during the season. E. D. Mc
Cabe 's sixty-nine was best. 1f The scores :
E. D. McCabe 48 47 952669
W. S. Morse 44 50
II. R. Mackenzie 47 46
T. A. Cheatham 44 43
J. L. Wyckoff 46 50
E. J. Phillips 47 50
W. II. Thayer 41 47
C. E. Tichener 43 50
R. C. Shannon, II 48 42
R. II. Hunt 45 46
W. S. L. Hawkins 45 48
C. B. Price 46 50
A. E. Lane 52 56 1082781
J. Henry Herring 52 48 1001882
T. II. McGraw, Jr. 46 50
E. M. Slayton
E. M. Taft
J. R, Towle 50 54 1041886
J. P. Gardner 42 53
P. S. Maelaughlin 48 50
E. R. Behrend
941975
931875
87 1176
96 20 76
97 2077
88 1177
931677
90 1278
91 1378
931380
961680
961284
56 63 1193485
46 51 971186
S. H. Martel, Jr.
W. L. Baldwiit
W. T. Stall
J. D. Gallagher
95 986
981187
57 55 1122488
51 54 1051689
55 51 1061789
52 57 1091990
50 65 1152095
Edwin Henderson 57 60 1172196
E. A. Johnston 55 56 111-1299
IMUas Katlierine'n Gueit
Little Miss Katherine Jones gave a
fWlina luncheon at' The Carolina early
in the week; Masters Van Cleef, Thayer
and Olmstead, and the Misses Annabel
McNab and Lillian Ross the guests.
Mr. JBenr an Interested Visitor
Mr. Max Behr, editor of Golf Illus
trated, comes for the Championship
and his first glimpse of America's
St. Andrews.
DIXVILLE NOTCH
NEW HAMPSHIRE
THE BALSAMS, June to October
THE BALSAMS WINTER INN
October to June
New eighteen-hole Golf Course and Club House unequalled in the
Summer Resort Field. Playing length over sixty-three hundred yards.
Superb Location. Ask Donald Ross, who supervised its construction,
for particulars, and write for special descriptive, booklet. Tennis,
Boating, Bathing, Fishing and Wilderness Life. ' '
As the northernmost point reached by New Hampshire's splendid
system of highways, and famous for its rare scenic beauty, Dixville
Notch is a favorite rendezvous of motor tourists. Garage, machine and
supply shops.
Two well appointed hotels in the center of a vast estate embracing
four thousand acres and including farms, dairy, fish-hatchery, hydro
electric plant and abundant spring water supply.
For booklets, reservation or information address,
CHARLES H. GOUIjD, Manager
Dixville Notch, N. H.
"Choisa" Ceylon Tea
1 lb. Canisters
60c
1-2 lb. Canisters
35c
Tremontand Beacon Sts
Copley Square.
s 185 Milk St ,'Wholesale)
Packed in Parchment-Lined One
Pound and Half-Pound Canisters
We invite compari
son with other Teas
of the same or higher
price. ...
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
BOSTON.
Coolidge Corner,
BROOKLINjj
Just the thing after a round of Golf
ffimRbck
r
4
The Mineral Water De Luxe
From the famous White Rock Mineral Springs
at Waukesha, Wisconsin
Office 100 Broadway, New York Sold at the Club House and Hotels
IN A
The Kirkcuood .SEISES
JANUARY TO APRIL
THE BUCKW00D INN. Shawnee on Delaware. Pa
' 9lay SO to October 15
IS IXolo Golf Counei Among- the Het
T. EDMUND KRUMBHOLZ
    

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