gK THE PINEHURST omLOOKM
(The Ball in the Box)
will be released for sale on and after
April 13, 1916, by John Wanamaker,
holder of exclusive rights for whole
sale distribution in the United States.
The SILVER KING has won 30
championships in the last 4 years,
including the last four open
championships of Great Britain.
This will be made through profession
als and sporting goods stores in every
section of the United States ; sales and
deliveries beginning April 13, 1916.
If your local "pro" or sporting goods
dealer has no SILVER KING balls,
write to us ; we will send you direct
in dozen lots at $9 a dozen postpaid
to any address in the United States.
-New York and Philadelphia
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS
At The Carolina
W. F. Mack, Washington; A. Baxter,
Jr., New York; Mrs. F. N. Dow, Mrs.
S. L. Lassater, Portland; C. B. Everson,
Miss Helen Everson, Syracuse; Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Adams, W. R. Haggard, Phil
adelphia; Mrs. W. A. Rogers, Miss Alice
Rogers, Buffalo; T. H. Baldwin, Allston;
A. W. Wood, Arlington; H. D. Barker,
Montclair; George Underwood, Auburn;
R. E. Darborn, J. P. Underwood, Chi
cago; Richard Hooker, Springfield; W.
G. Bibb, New York; Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Sonters, Miss Lois E. Sonters, Cleveland;
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Love, Pittsburgh; N.
C. Newbold, Raleigh; W. D. Weatherland,
Nashville; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noonan,
Miss L. D. Noonan, Miss E. V. Bell, Mrs.
E. J. Jenkins, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs.
M. Corwin, A. C. Hunter, A. Sachs, W.
H. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Klipstein, K. H.
Klipstein, New York; Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Emery, Montclair;
G. S. Fayne Williamston ; C. L. Wood-
L. G. Paush, Detroit; J. S. Baird, New.
York; H. W. Sherrill, Poughkeepsie; F.
T. Dow, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ginn. Boston :
W. O. Lentz, Philadelphia; Mrs. M. A.
Hopper, Miss K. L. Hopper, Langhorne,
Pa.; E. J. Lewis, Indianapolis; C. G.
Whistler, Camden; Mrs. M. A. Hudson.
At the 11 oil j Inn
Mrs. George Whaley and Mrs. Charles
Arnoll, Mr. J. S. Whaley, East Orange;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morton, Miss Mary R.
Morton, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Connell, Philadelphia; T. A. Knight,
Pittsburgh, Mrs. C. H. Evans, Hudson;
H. Brown, Lynchburg; Mrs. W. H. Har
ris, New York; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har
ris, Bogato; W. W. Hulfish, Baltimore;
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ivis, Cheshire; Dr.
C. G. Giddings, Atlanta; Q. A. Sand,
Baltimore; Eugene Ballard, St. Louis;
J. D. Hunter, J. T. Hunter, North
Adams; W. M. Hughes, New York; E.
E. Spanglin, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Winter, Toronto; E. A. Caswell, New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Waltz, New York;
Miss Johnson, New York.
THREE GENERATIONS OF GOLFING SLAYTONS
Out for a game on the Pinehurst links. E. M. Slayton of Manchester, driving,
has for years been a leading figure in the game. He is here shown in a
foursome with his son, H. E. Slayton, and two grandsons, H. E. Jr., and
Hoyt K. .
bury, F. H. Parker, Burlington; E. Bal
lard, St. Louis; B. E. Smith, Owasso; E.
W. Harris, P. H. Harris, Jr., J. F. Far
nish, G. W. Cooper, C. A. Miller, Robert
Main, Winston-Salem; A. C. Palmer, Miss
I. Elliot; W. H. O'Brien, M. W. Reed,
J. T. Wilcox, M. Hayes, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. D. W. Dingwall, Winnipeg; R.
L. Brooks, West Virginia ; ; M. Winslow,
Pennsylvania ; Mrs. D. Buckamore, Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Grayson, Miss L. II., Miss
S. C. and Miss B. S. Grayson, Miss Bush,
G. M. McConnell, Chicago; Florence
Davidson, Hillburn; Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Redfield, Philadelphia; Mrs. II. M.
Phillips, Alexander Phillips, Springfield;
F. S. Smith, Chicago; W. W. Peabody,
New York; P. A. Proal, W. H. Smock,
II. W. Hill, Redbank; Fred Pring, W.
T. Posey, South Orange; Mr. and Mrs.
Chamberlain, Mr. J. L. Lee, Detroit; Dr.
R. W. Pinney, New Haven; Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Young, Philadelphia; Miss Morri
son, New York; M. S. Kly, New York;
H. C. Dodge, Chicago ; Nellie M.
Scott, Buntom; Thomas Knight, Pitts
burgh; F. Alexander, Milwaukee; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Harrison, Brown City;
Mrs. G. N. Fry, Oil City; Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. English, New York.
The JPIne Creat
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knitter, Mt.
Vernon; H. E. Rosell, Hudson; C. T.
Sullivan, Providence; T. M. Robertson,
Washington; E. L. Scofield, Jr.,
of the Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Rochester
Railroad entertained a party at lunch on
his private car on Thursday. The guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Marlin and Miss
Marlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler
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