THE PINEHURST, OUTLOOK
i STILL "FILL" TO MOST OF US!
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TheBiggest Thing in Golf
is the "Wonder Ball"
The Goodrich Whippet
A Ball that ACTUALLY EXTENDS THE LIMIT OF SCIENTIFIC
PLAY. Its wonderful BUBBEK PAINTED COVER give3 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 Club
all sizes $9.00 the dozen.
Purple Spot .
Heavy Triangle Depressed
Floater Triangle Depressed
Heavy Triangle Depressed
Medium Triangle Depressed
Last year's favorites, the Stag, IKeteor and Scotty also supplied
The B. F. GOODRICH CO. Factories, Akron, Ohio
Commonwealth Avenue, BOSTON
Near Massachusetts Avenue Car Lines and
New Subway Station
& I Distinctive Boston 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. Costbllo
The Jewelry Shop
Large and Varied Stock of
Silverware and Notions
From the Best Manufacturers Only
Repairing: of Jewelry and Engraving of
All Kinds, All in Our Own Shop
by Skilled Workmen
MAY WE SERVE YOU?
Pinehurst, N. C.
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Baths,
Excellent Table, Moderate Bates
EDWARD FITZGERALD, Manager.
, Summer Season : THE COLUMBUS, White
Mountains, Bethlehem, N. II.
THE PINE CREST INN
A recent delightful addition to
. ; Mrs. JE. O. Bliss.
Dr. Ernest W, Bush
Southern Pines, North Carolina
APRIL BARGAINS IN
Laces, Embroideries, Jewelry
THE CAROLINA EXHIBITION ROOM
LIFT-T HE -LATCH
Teas, Luncheons and Suppers
TheMlsses 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. N. 3, N. C.
New United Champion JBeg-an CSolf
Here as School Doy
THE NEW champion,
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving S. Eobeson of
Rochester, annual visi
tors for many years, is
a Pawling School stu
dent, nineteen years of
age, and his first pre
vious tournament victory
was the Rochester City Championship, a
year ago. 1f Last year he won the qualify
ing round in the United with a 76-79 score
to duplicate the one hundred and fifty
five total which this year, was one stroke
better than Travis, Ouimet and Guilford.
1f He began golf here as a school boy
under the tutorage of Donald Ross, and
to most of us he is still quiet, modest,
unassuming 1 ( Fill ; ' ' bright-eyed, smiling.
THE UNKNOWN AND UNSEEN MASCOT
Hovering on the outskirts of the crowd
during the afternoon play was an eager
faced colored caddy whom the big gal
lery shut off from following play in de
tail, and always his query to the strag
glers was "Is Mars' Fill still ahead?
Ah used ter caddie foh him
when he wuz er lil' boy, an' Ah do hope
he do win, deed Ah does ! ' ' Per
haps this unseen and unknown mascot
was responsible for the "luck" which
was surely with the new champion dur
ing the entire day. With it came ease
GAME . TO THE END !
Topping, who is remembered as the
United winner in 1913, always down and
never up, fought grimly to the last; in
trouble and out; tense, alert; toiling
ever onward almost but not quite, but
game to the last!
Mn. W. 8. Morse Entertain
Mrs. W. S. Morse was hostess at a
Carolina bridge party, Wednesday after
noon; tea following play. Mrs. Jillson
and Miss Priest were the prize winners'
Mrs. Gardner and Mrs. Wood winning
the Consolations. Others present in
cluded: Mesdames Robeson and Beall,
and Miss Beall.
OHCE AO A IX MAUI' TIMES!
'Twai a, Ilappj Thought, Thursday's
Dance in the Pine drove
'Twas, indeed, a happy thought,
Thursday evening's dance in the Pine
Grove, and a novelty which may be many
times repeated; Mrs. Leonard Tufts,
hostess of the evening, assisted by
Mesdames John Tyler Newton, G. M.
Howard, R. C. Shannon, and J. G. Splane
who presided at the refreshment table.
Beneath myriads of rose colored elec
tric lights the company danced the hours
away while night crept close up on all
sides, its stillness broken by the music
which rose and fell as it sped away into
the echoing avenues of pines.
Once again; many times! If Why not
afternoons also, with tea, these glorious
days when all outdoors thrills one Trith
the joy of living!
Mr. and Mrs. Spauldiiig-' Quests
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 quests.
Eighty in Mid-April Tourny
Guilford spent the week at Fox Hills,
as tho guest of Mr. W. E. Truesdell, and
Ouimet drops off for a few days at
Seaview on his way homeward, but in
spite of absentees over eighty are par
ticipating in the Mid-April golf tourney.
The Religion of ItaMus
"Whan Ah prays der Lord tew done
sen me chick-en," says Rastus, "Ah
alius done goes hungry; but whan Ah
prays der Lord tew done sen' me aftah
chick-en I alius done gits it 'fore
daybreak I "
Mr. and Mrs. Hewconib Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Heywood and Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Pushee were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Newcomb at The
Carolina, Thursday evening, motoring
over from Southern Pines.
Mrs. Ilamlln Is IIostefM
Mrs. George A. Hamlin entertained
Mrs. T. T. Watson, Miss Ross, Mrs. F.
T. Ellison and Miss Ellison at luncheon
at The Holly Inn on Tuesday.
A Spring- Sug-g-eNtlon
Ask "central" for the stable, and
ride "toward the setting sun" these
glorious spring days. If Going or coming
the journey is one of delight.
Quest of Mrs. II. W. l?rieii
Mesdames John Smithers, T. T. Wat
son and C. B. Hudson were luncheon guests
of Mrs. II. W. Priest at The Carolina
We-met, of Conrie
Dolly "What's the W on Ouimet 's
sweater stand for?" If Polly "We
met, of course ! "
'Twill Interest ller!
Mrs. J. G. Splane was hostess at a
putting competition at the Pines Friday
Putting- Competition At The Pln-
First supply of Page &' Shaw candy
just received at The Carolina.
The Jewelry Shop I I!
Most of us are "bargain hunters,"
and the Jewelry Shop is "it."
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to friends. It saves letter writing.