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HOBE SOUND, JfLUHIUA yards, o a the ocean front.
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THE ADVERTISING GOLFERS
Winter Golf League of Advertising
The Twelfth Annual Tournament
January lOth to IStli
A WEEK from today,
or on Saturday next,
January 8th (to be ex
act and precise as the
Outlook always endea
vors to be) the Adver
tising Golfers will arrive
in our middle in their
myriad numbers and
will promptly proceed to start something
in this village, if there is anything left
lying around loose in Pinehurst which is
not already in full swing when they get
here. If there isn't, our advertising
friends may be safely relied upon to
evolve various new forms of entertain
ment, amusement and excitement from
their inner consciousness, as the worthy
German evolved the camel. On another
page of this faithful .chronicle you will
find a cartoon (borrowed from Judge by
telegraph) which will help to convey the
impression that the members of the league
will arrive unanimously or thereabouts.
Play will begin on Monday, the 10th, and
the great tournament wound up on Satur
day, the 15th. The full program was
printed in the Outlook of December 18th
and will be repeated in its final form and
with a list of the prizes in our Winter
Golf Number next Saturday, January
8th. (Our Circulation Department sug
gests that this is an excellent place in
which to say something about our Winter
Golf Number and to follow the time hon
ored custom of advising you to order your
copy early as the news stands all over
town are invariably sold out on that num
ber before breakfast on day of issue,
every year. But as this is the first time
we have ever indulged in a Winter Golf
Number we can't conscientiously do it.
Not for another page or two, at any rate.)
LIST OF OFFICERS
Here is a list of the officers and com
mittee members of the league who have
this twelfth annual tournament in charge.
It includes, you will see, the names of
many veterans of earlier tournaments of
the league at Pinehurst. Old friends and
new will receive a warm welcome here in
Pinehurst and we will print a complete
list of those who are coming, just as
soon as the names reach us. At last
hearing the list had left New York and
it is possible you may find it elsewhere in
the present number.
Officers A. G. G. Hammesfahr, Pres
ident, New York; Burridge Butler, Vice
President, Chicago; F. H. Treadwell,
Treasurer, New York; F. L. E. Gauss,
Secretary, New York.
Entertainment committee L. A.
Hamilton, Chairman, New York; A. G.
Carter, Fort Worth; D. M. Parker, .New
York; C. P. Brady, Chicago; F. L. E.
Gauss, Chicago; Charles W. Beck, Phila
delphia; A. H. Johnson, New York; J.
M. Thorsen, New York; H. C Milholland,
Pittsburgh; Lloyd Maxwell, Chicago; J.
H. Appel, New York; W. S. Bird, New
Tournament committee W. C. Free
man, Chairman, New York ; H. A. Thomp
son, Philadelphia; W. B. Lashar, Bridge
port; Burridge Butler, Chicago.
Press committee E. S. Scarburgh,
Chairman, New York; W. B. Hotchkin,
New York; Augustus K. Oliver, Pitts
burgh. Membership committee W. S. Hurd,
Chairman, New York; George S. Oliver,
Pittsburgh; W. D. Wright, Boston; F. S.
Smith, Chicago; J. IE. Clapp, Washing
ton, D. C. ; A. L. Aldred, Providence ;
Hiram M. Green, Buffalo; John Len
festy, Chicago; John C. Martin, Philadel
phia; II. E. Milholland, New York.
Trophy committee C. A. Speakman,
Chairman, New York; Arthur P. O'Brien,
New York; F. J. Eoss, New York.
Transportation committee W. E.
Conklyn, Chairman, New York; F. A.
Sperry, Chicago; E. M. Purves, Boston.
Attendance committee George A.
Sehofield, Chicago; Augustus K. Oliver,
Pittsburgh; George Wright, Boston; S.
L. Allen, Philadelphia.
Chrintman at The arolina
Back in the days before the antiqua
rians and the etymologians began squab
bling about the spelling of Shakespear's
name in the days when Shakespeare was
himself one of the ignoble tribe of Mum
mers who trod the boards at the Globe
ShowThouse in Surrey, in Shakspere's
plays the setting or scenery was largely
left to the imagination and a sylvan scene
in Midsummer Night's Dream, for in
stance, was as a general rule presented in
the guise of a bare and not over clean
wooden floor dotted with a few posts bear
ing signs ' Ye Woodes ', ' A Tre ', and the
like. Beerbohm Tree and the Movies do
things somewhat better now-a-days, but a
sylvan 'set' such as the foyer of the
Carolina displayed when the guests came
down to breakfast on Christmas morning
would be hard to beat. Some people lost
their bearings, it is said, in the wooded
glades and leafy lanes and turned up late
SANTA CLAUS ARRIVES
The deer finished up their annual trip
in plenty of time to dine at their leisure
in the Deer Park, after landing Santa
Glaus at the Carolina. He took up his
station between the foyer and the dining
room, greeting the guests with jovial
Christmas wishes and ushering them im
pressively to the dining room entrance a
combined Major Domo and Beau Brum
mel of a Santa Claus- The inductive
reasoning of a local Sherlock Holmes
brilliantly connected the absence of Sam
uel Lacks, one of the trusty hotel staff,
from his post in the foyer which he has
occupied for some sixteen years past, with
the benign presence of our remarkably
lifelike Santa Claus. Lacks being
charged, pleaded guilty.
At dinner, attention was about equally
divided between a most excellent and ap
propriate repast and the Christmas Favors
which each guest found at his or her place
at table- Whoever selected and allotted
those Favors deserves a lot of credit. The
hobbies or penchants or foibles, or what-
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