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THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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ANNUAL SPRING TOURNAMENT
ASH EVILLE. COUNTRY CLUB
Asheville,
North Carolina
APRIL 12th to 15th, 1916
Four Sixteens to Qualify. Prizes for Winner, Runner-up and Consolation in Each
Division. Gold Medal for Low Score of Qualifying Round.
The Eighteen Hole Course of the Asheville Country
Club is interesting in its variety and resembles in its
setting and surroundings the course at Manchester,
Vermont. Grass greens in perfect condition; and wide,
well trapped fairways. .
Asheville is one of the most delightful resorts in
America, surrounded by towering mountains. The April
climate compares with a Northern May. Asheville has
five hotels, The Grove Park Inn, The Battery Park,
The Manor, Margo Terrace and The Langren.
A special train of Pullman Cars will leave Pinehurst
Saturday night, April 8th, going through to Asheville
without change, arriving there Sunday morning.
Through Pullmans from Asheville to New York via the
Southern Railway.
APPLY TO DEPOT TICKET AGENT FOR DETAILS.
NICE II 8 TAKES THE MEDAIi
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W. G. Kniter, So. Pines
John Kelly, Deal
S. M. Morgan, Altoona
C. H. Banes, Merion
Dr. A. Stillman, Apawamis
T. E. Brown, Scarsdale
N. D. Becker, Dunwoodie
G. E.Van Vleck, Sr., Montclair
S. D. "Wright, Jr., Aronimink
SIXTH DIVISION
J. D. Armstrong Buffalo
J. C. Head, Oakmont
J. M. Hodsen, Ardsley
H. E.MacKenzie, St. Andrews
E. B. Cochran
J. G. Estey, Brattleboro
E. H. Hunt, Worcester
Jack Tunis, Bellevue
W. 0. Kenney, Weston
J. M. Scott, Mecklenburg
D. F. Dillon, Worcester
C. A. Nesmith, Flushing
L. P. Graves, Buffalo
M. B. Johnson, Cleveland
S. D. Wyatt, Fond du Lac
J. W. Hunt, Worcester
SEVENTH DIVISION
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James Barber, Englewood 50 48 98
E. D. McCabe, Stanton 5048 98
S. E. Davidge, Binghampton 48 50 98
C. F. Lancaster, Woodland 53 45 98
E.B.Eiehardson,Monoosnock 48 50 98
H. A. Watson, Deal 49 49 98
E. A. Dexter, Springfield 53 46 99
Gifford Horton, New York 51 48 99
L. B. Harding, Brookline 50 49 99
R. B. Newcomb, Mayfield 50 49 99
E. L. Scofield, Wee Burn 495099
E. J. Noble, Forest Park . 50 49 99
H. L. Fassett, Elmira 4753100
C. Bobbin, Brookline 4951100
H. P. Drysdale, N. Adams 51 49100
EIGHTH' DIVISION
W. H. Weller, St. Catherines 5248100
F. D. Canfield, Hudson 4754101
G. N. Fry, Wanango 4952101
II. Stetson, Stockbridge 5051101
H. W. Ormsbee, South Shore 5051101
J. D. C. Eumsey, Brooklyn 4853101
J. P. Estey, Brattleboro 5051101
J. T. Gillespie, Norris 52 49101
E. King 5349102
W. F. Albertson, Dunwoodie 49 53 102
H. C. Philbrick, Brae Burn 56 46102
V. R. Lansing, Chicago 51 51 102
J. H. Mason, Oakley 5i5ii02
J. McLaughlin, Yountakah 47 55 102
A. McCauley, Detroit 50 53 103
NINTH DIVISION
F. W. Goakes, Willow Brook 55 48103
L. B. LeDuc 5350103
K. McCabe, Brooklyn 53 51 104
J. T. Newton, Tuxedo 4955104
D. Good, Buffalo 5549104
B. E. Vaughan, Lexington 50 54 104
O. T. Weaver, Cleveland 54 51 105
Jim Eisemann, Allegheny 4956105
E. T. Williams, Buffalo
A. M. Morris, Sounds Beach
H. F. Eoss, Bangor
C. P. Mason, Chelsea
W. F. McCaffrey, Scarboro
E. A. Swigert, Palmetto
C. E. Wilcox, Jacksonville
B. W. Brown, Tedesco
TENTH DIVISION
Hodgens
S. M. White, Fox Hills
E. F. Hudgens
E. W. Campbell, Warren
J. N. Worcester, New York
F. E. Eogers, Pelham Manor
G. A. Magoon, Pittsburgh
C. E. Saulsberry
R. C. Blancke, Montclair
J. M. Haffen, Siwanoy
E. A. Sperry, Brooklyn
C. M. Prince, Aronimink
Clifford Hubbell, Buffalo
L. L. Haynes, Springfield
J. S. Crider, Westwood
T. F. Kelley, Lowell
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Wrenn Wins Billiard Tournament
The Holly Inn billiard tournament
which has been raging since March 23rd
came to a finish Saturday last with
William Sutherland of Chicago and H.
A. Wrenn tied for first honors. In the
play-off Wrenn won, and is now champion
of the hostelry for the season. The con
testants in the tournament were:
H. P. Drysdale, North Adams, Mass.
Eobert Foote,
H. P. Hotchkiss
V. E. Lansing,
J. J. Madsen,
William Sutherland,
F. J. Whitney,
H. A. Wrenn,
A. A. Ubelacker,
G. A. Magoon,
S. H. Fields,
E. S. Mahoney,
New Haven, Ct.
New Haven, Ct.
Chicago, 111.
Holyoke, Mass.
Chicago, 111.
Leominster, Mass.
Chicago, HI.
Princeton, N. J.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
New York.
New York.
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FOR
Representative in Congress
I hereby announce to the Demo
cratic voters of Moore County
that I am a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for the
House of Representatives in Con
gress from this, the Seventh Con
gressional District, subject to the
action of the Democratic Pri
mary to be held on the 3rd day
of June, 1916
Lee D. Robinson
    

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