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W. ERVIN McGILL, Fayetteville, R. F. D. No. 3, N. C.
and Code won the twenty-first by holing
a ten foot putt for a 4.
Dr. Code had a lead of three up in the
afternoon round at the turn, but C. B.
Hudson reduced the score with winning
4's on the twelfth and thirteenth, and
halved the remaining seven holes. An
over approach putt lost Code a chance to
win on the sixteenth, the seventeenth was
even honors in 3, and a trapped third
lost Hudson an opportunity to win the
eighteenth where Code played short on
his second and overran his third; Hud
son missing a nine foot putt which would
have won, and halving in 6. If Deibel
made the turn three up in his match with
Parrish, who won only the first hole in
a 2 under par three going out, and who
saved the ninth for a halve in the same
figure; the cards thirty-eight and forty.
Coming in it was give and take with two
holes wron by each up to the fourteenth,
Parrish rallying for a winning 3 on the
fifteenth, saving the sixteenth for a halve
in 6, and winning the seventeenth in 4
on good recovery from a hook where
Deibel sliced, was short on his second,
and trapped on his third. Parrish sliced
his drive and wras in the trap on his sec
ond on the eighteenth, while Deibel got
well out from a trapped second and re
corded a winning 5; Parrish losing the
hole and the match on recovery from
difficulty. Tf Deibel 's morning round of
seventy-five resulted in a four and two
win from Dr. C. H. Gardner, the Rhode
PARRISH BEATS STANDISH
Parrish sprung a mild surprise with a
four and three victory over Stan dish,
the qualification medallist, in opening
play. Standish lost six holes and won
the third on the outward journey, re
quiring forty -three strokes to thirty-seven,
and five down at the turn, he rallied for
a win on the tenth in 4 where Parrish
was in all kinds of trouble and took 7,
and he won tire eleventh, 4 5, to reduce
the lead to three down, Parrish, however,
came back with a winning 4 on the
twelfth and he won the match by halving
the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth
4, 5 and 3. , Playing out the bye holes
he recorded thirty -nine for a seventy-six
total, Standish making the ' homeward
journey in thirty-six for a medal of
seventy-nine. 1f Hudson and C. L. Becker
made the trip neck and neck. All even
at the turn, Hudson won the tenth in 4,
halved the eleventh, twelfth and thir
teenth in 5's but lost the fourteenth to
another 5. Hudson was in lead again
with a fine 3 on the fifteenth, and he
halved the sixteenth in 5, with the match
all square again on the seventeenth,
where Becker sunk a 3. A bogey 5
settled the match in Hudson's favor on
the eighteenth, Rev. T. A. Cheatham
won the second division and C. S. Mc
Donald the consolation; I. R. Prentiss
and W. M. Ailing in the third, and .John
R. liowker and E. J. Orkin in the fouith.
The story of the event is briefly told
in the following summary:
First division J. D. Standish, Jr.,
Detroit, 39 3675; J. C. Parrish, Jr.,
National, 39 3978; Dr. C. H. Gard
ner, AgawamO 40 80; C. W. Deibel
Youngstown, 41 4081; T. W. Case
Owasco, 41 4081; A. W. Pearson
Apawamis, 38 44 82; Donald Parson
Youngstown, 42 4385 ; De Witt Balch,'
Cincinnati, 41 44 85; N. S. Hurd,
Pittsburgh, 42 4385; C. L. Becker
Woodland, 43 4285; H. C. Fownes,
Oakmont, 42 4486; Dr. W. E. Code,
Chesterfield, 44 4286; C. B. Hudson,
North Fork, 41 45 S6; R. C. Shannon,
II, Oak Hill, 44 4387; P. L. Light
bourn, Bermuda, 45 4388; P. S.
Maclaughlin, Scarsdale, 44 44 88.
Second division H. S. Cummings,
Wee Burn, 45 4388; W. M. Paul,
Mecklenberg, 44 45 89; S. A. Hennes
see, Cooperstown, 46 45 91; G. R.
Harvey, Hamilton, 42 4991; W. A.
Kinter, Edgeworth, 44 4892; G. T.
Stebbins, Fox Hills, 47 4592; G. M.
Howard, Halifax, 46 4692; A. W.
Smith, Buffalo, 44 4993; Rev. T. A.
Cheatham, Salisbury, 50 4393; W. S.
Van Clief, Richmond, 47 4794; Dr.
MY W. Marr, Woodland, 48 4795; R.
II. Hunt, Worcester, 50 4595; J. V.
Hurd, Pittsburgh, 45 5095; C. S.
McDonald, Lambton, 46 4995; S. C.
Jones, Kanawaki, 47 4996; J. D. C.
Rumsey, Brooklyn, 47 49 96.
Third division Paul Clifford, Brae
Burn, 48 5098; G. W. Watts, Hillan-
dale, 49 5099; F. E. Compton, Skokie,
49 5099; Ralph King, Lambton,
48 5199; I. R. Prentiss, Mohawk,
47 5299; Daniel Good, Buffalo, 52
48100; Robert Foote, New Haven,
47 53100; W. M. Ailing, Plainfield,
55 46 101; C. Richardson, Dunwoodie,
49 52101; II. W. Ormsbee, South
Shore, 54 4S 102; M. B. Johnson,
Cleveland, 51 51102; R. C. Blancke,
Montclair, 51 51102; J. T. McCad-
don, Whitemarsh, 52 51103; T. L.
Redfield, Greenwich, 53 52105; F. E.
Rogers, Pelham, 52 53105; W. C.
Johnson, Conyngham, 50 55 105.
Fourth division J. R. liowker, Albe
marle, 60 46 106; J. M. Young, Ham
ilton, 50 50106; Paul Blatchford,
Westward Ho, 50 57107; T. T. Wat
son, St. Davids, 58 49107; March
Turner, Wyoming, 49 58107; E. S.
Wilkinson, North Adams, 55 54 109;
W. T. Stall, Brockton, 56 54110; Rev.
E. R. Leyburn, Hillandale, 53 57110;
Frank Page, Pinehurst, 53 57 110;
F. T. Ellison, Rochester, 51 59110;
Caldwell Hardy, Norfolk, 54 57111;
E. J. Orkin, Outre Monte, 53 58111;
R. A. G. Ault, York, 56 57113; E. D.
McCabe, Brooklyn, 62 52114; J. D.
Standish, Detroit, 58 57115; I. F.
Hill, Hillandale, 51 64115.
First round Deibel beat Hurd, 4 and
3 ; Dr. Gardner beat Lightbourn, 4 and 3 ;
Parrish, Jr., beat Standish, Jr., 4 and
3; Balch beat Pearson, 3 and 1; Hudson
beat Becker, 1 up; Fownes beat Mac
laughlin, 3 and 2; Dr. Code beat Parson,
6 and 4; Case beat Shannon, 4 and 3.
Second round Deibel beat Dr. Gard
ner, 4 and 2; Parrish, Jr., beat Balch,
5 and 4; Hudson beat Fownes, 4 and 3;
Dr. Code beat Case, 1 up (21 holes).
Semi-final Deibel beat Parrish, 2
up; Code beat Hudson, 1 up.
Final Deibel beat Code, 4 and 3.