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VOL. XIX, NO. 3
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1915
FIVE CENTS
WINTER GOLF LEAGUE
Fraternity of Advertisers and Plan of
Week of Golf and Vacation
Which Include One of the Moat
lleiiiarkaltle Program Ever Seen
On the Country Club JLiiikx
WE ARE in receipt of
a letter from our good
friend Mr. William C.
Freeman which leads us
to believe that the ad
vertising men in this
country are not only
prosperous, but full of
the joy of living and
capable of the utmost appreciation of the
royal game of Golf.
Time out of mind this genial company
Jims brought a week of diversion and in
terest to the village, and determined for
themselves the driving and putting
capacity of every member thereof. This
ye;ir they plan to break the record, as the
letter and program shows.
Mr. Freeman says:
" F enclose copy of program for the ad
vertising tournament at Pinehurst, Jan
nary 1015, 1916, inclusive.
Pinehurst has never had such a tourna
ment as this one since it became a golf
mecca. It is all medal play and instead
l there only being one champion repre
senting the advertising interests, there will
le three champions each representing a
different class.
Sixty -two prizes in all will be dis
tributed. The events as scheduled will
permit of a more general distribution of
prizes than in any previous tournament
held by the Association.
W. C. Freeman. ' '
MONDAY, JANUARY 10
18-hole medal round for men.
9 -hole medal round for women.
Class "A" men, with handicap of 10
or less, will play on No. 3 course, first
pair starting at 9 o'clock other pairs to
follow at intervals of five minutes.
Class "B" men, with handicaps from
11 to 20 inclusive, will play on No. 2
course, first pair starting at 9 o'clock
other pairs to follow at intervals of five
minutes.
Class "C" men, with handicaps from
21 upwards, will play on No. 1 course,
first pair starting at 9 o'clock other
pairs to follow at intervals of five minutes.
Women will play on No. 3 course, first
pair starting at 10.30 other pairs to fol
low at intervals of five minutes.
Pkizes: Best Gross and Best Net, in
each class, men and women 8 prizes
in all.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11
1,8-hole medal round for men.
9-hole medal round for women.
Same starting time in all classes, men
and women, as on Monday.
Class " A " men will play on No. 2
course, Class ' i B " men will play on No. 1
course, Class "C" men will play on No.
3 course.
Women will play on No. 2 course.
Prizes Best Cross and Best Net, in
each class, men and women 8 prizes
in all.
Note Those winning prizes on Mon
day are not eligible to win a prize on
Tuesday.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12
18-hole medal round for men.
9-hole medal round for women.
Same starting time in all classes, men
and women, as on Tuesday.
Class "A" men will play on No. 1
course, Class ' ' B " men will play on No.
3 course, Class "C" men will play on
No. 2 course.
Women will play on No. 1 course.
Prizes Best Gross and Best Net in
each class, men and women 8 prizes
in all.
Note Those winning prizes on Mon
day and Tuesday are not eligible to win
a prize on Wednesday.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13
18-hole medal round for men.
9-hole medal round for women.
Same starting time in all clases, men
and women, as on Monday.
All classes, men and women, will play
over the same course as they played on
Monday.
Prizes Best Gross and Best Net in
each class, men and women 8 prizes
in all.
Note Those winning prizes on Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday are not eli
gible to win a prize on Thursday.
32 prizes in all will have been won up
to Thursday night, by 32 separate indi
divuals, which means that a prize will go
to one out of every three or four players,
depending upon the total number taking
part in the tournament.
In addition eight prizes will be dis
tributed as follows:
Continued on page three)
PARSON AND ABBE WIN
Tin Whistles Medal Play Results
In Tie
Kelly of Southern Plnen Ioae
After Game Fig-ht for
JFirMt llonori
THE Tin Whistles Club
Tournament medal play
for trophies donated by
Mr. E. II. Behrend and
Mr. C. Z. Eddy, played
on number one course
Monday, December 13th,
resulted in the closest
possible contest between
Donald Parson of Youngstown and Tom
Kelly, the Southern Pines champion. They
both brought in a net score of 75, Parson
playing with a handicap of 11 and Kelly
playing with a handicap of eleven and
Kelly with ten. T. A. Kelly surely plays
in hard luck. Last wreek he was within
an ace of the coveted prize in the medal
play best selected twelve holes. He lost
the tie for second honors with R. II. Hunt
of Worcester in that case. And now here
he comes in with one of the best two
cards of the day, and loses sight of the
prize on the toss up. C. E. Becker of
woodland was a close second in 76.
F. C. Abbe, who donated the prizes to
the club last week, came in for one him
self, heading the list of Class B with 76,
the low net score of the day, defeating
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