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    THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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1 HIRAM RICKER & SONS
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SOUTH POLAND, MAINE
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HOTEL PALMS
If you intend visiting the Land of
Sunshine this "Winter
The Hotel Palms
West Palm Beach, Florida
caters to your, patronage
It's up-to-the-minute
Write for Booklet
Rates $3.00 and up. AMERICAN PLAN
Pinehurst School
A Day and Bdarding School: for Boys,
two miles from Pinehurst, on an eminence
overlooking the Long Leaf Pine Plateau.
' Boys remain at the school' throughout
the day under the constant supervision.,
of masters. ; -
.Classes from 8.30 until 1.00. Elemen
tary and secondary school subjects.
During the afternoon recreation period
there are numerous out-of-door extra-curricular
activities emphasizing education
by doing. -
Bus leaves Pinehurst at 8.20 and
returning from . the School . arrives at
Pinehurst at 5.00.
1 1 ERIC PARSON (Harvard A.B. 1910)
Headmaster
Address: Pinjshurst School,
V'' " (September 1 to June 1)
Pinehurst School Camp,
Upper Saranac P. 0.,' N. Y.,
(June 1 to September 1)
COUNTRY CLUB ANNUALS
Schedule of Golf Tournaments for
the Year
Date and Ilul of Competitions In
Coming' laion' Ila.r at Pine
liurat Concretely Set Forth
fnrfi
THE opening of the
Club for the Summer
months and the greatly
increased interest in golf
manifest this last year
by the residents of the
Carolinas has led to
opening the formal
tournament season a
couple of weeks earlier than previously.
The first competition will be on November
10, for the benefit of the many Carolina
players developed here and throughout
the Carolina Association.
Here is a complete schedule of golfing
events, the rules of entry and handicaps
and prizes as handed us by the governors
of the Pinehurst Country Club.
Fourteenth Annual Midwintek
Tournament. December 28, 29, 30, Jan
uary i, z. uom Meaai ior oest
qualification score; President's Trophy to
winner of first sixteen; Governors ' Trophy
to winner of second sixteen; Secretary's
Trophy to winner of third sixteen; Treas
urer's Trophy to winner of fourth six
teen; also sterling trophies to division
lunners-up and consolation division win
ners. Special consolation tournament for
those failing to qualify.
Thirteenth Annual St.-Valentine's
Tournament. January 30,, 31, February
1, 2, 3. Gold Medal for. best -'qualification
score; President's... Trophy to
winner of first sixteen; Governors'' Secre
tary's, Treasurer's, Captain '$ and' Club
Trophies to winners of next 'five gixteens;
trophy to winner of seventh ' x and
eighth sixteens; sterling ? trophies' ' to
first, second and third division runnetg-up
ana consoianon ai vision winners j 4 silver
medals to division runners'up and? con
solation division winners lhj the fourth,
fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth divisions.
And special consolation tournament.
Eleventh Annual; St. Valentine's
Tournament roR Women. February 7.
8, 9, 10. Qualifying round and finals,
eighteen holes on the, morning of each
day. .One or more eights to qualify;
eighteen holes to be played each day.
Gold Medal for best qualification score;
sterling trophies for winners and runners
up in each eight.
Thirteenth Annual Spring Tournament.-
February 26, '27, 28, March 1, 2,
3. rQualifying round, thirty-six holes;
finals, thirty-six holes, in first division
only; eighteen holes in all other divisions.
Gold medal for best qualification score;
President's, Governors' Secretary's
Treasurer's, Captain's and Club Trophies
to winners of first six sixteens;
trophies to winners of seventh, eighth,
ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth divis
ions; sterling trophies to first, second,
third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh
division runners-up, and consolation divis
ion winners; 'silver medals to division
runners-up and consolation division win
ners in the eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh
and twelfth divisions. There will also be
a consolation tournament.
Fifteenth Annual United North
and South Amateur Championship im
Women. March 24, 26, 27, 28, 29.
Qualifying round and finals, eighteen
holes to be played on the morning of each
day, four divisions of eight to qualify.
Gold medal for best qualification score.
Championship Trophy to winner of first
eight; Governors' Secretary's and Treas
urer's Trophies to winners of next three
divisions and Sterling Trophies to the
runners-up and consolation winners in
each division.
Seventh Annual Amateur-Professional.
March 30. Four ball best ball
match. First prize $100; second, $50;
third, $25. Trophy for amateur in lead
ing Amateur-Professional pair. Ama
teurs paired together winning a prize will
receive value in plate.
Seventeenth Annual United North
and South Open Championship March
31. Thirty-six holes medal play; ama
teurs winning to receive a trophy. First
prize for professionals $150 ; second prize,
$100; third, $75; fourth, $50; fifth, $25.
Player making best score receives cham
pionship gold medal. .
Seventeenth Annual United North
and South Amateur Championship.
April 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Qualifying round
and finals, thirty-six holes. Gold medal
for best qualification score; Champion
ship Trophy to winner of first sixteen;
Governors' Secretary's, Treasurer's Cap
tain 's and Club Trophies to winners of
next five sixteens; sterling trophies
next five sixteens; sterling, trophies to
division runners-up and consolation divis
ion winners in all divisions. Thirty-six
hole match play finals in first division only.
Ninth Annual Mid-April Tourna
ment. April 17, 18, 19, 20, 21.
Qualifying round and finals,- eighteen
holes. Sterling Trophy for best qualifi
cation score; President's Trophy to. win-
jner of first sixteen; Governors' Trophy
to winner of second sixteen Sterling
Trophies to", first division runner-up and
consolation division winner ; silver medals
to . division ""runner-tip and - consolation
division . winner in second :' division.
requirements
In sending or making entries, please be
careful to give full name, club member
ship, and city or town address. Kindly
make entries as far in advance as possi
ble. Post and telegraph entries are both
accepted.
The charge for the use of the links and
courts is one and a half dollars by the
day, six dollars by the week, twenty dol
lars by the month and thirty dollars for
the season., ? Children under fourteen, one-
half, rates. Season tickets for member 's
wife and children under twenty-one years,
ten dollars.
Christmas Trees
Those desiring to' make contri
butions to the fund for Christmas
Trees for the native white and
colored children may hand same
to the Rev. Mr. Cheatham or
leave them at the desk at the
Carolina or Pine Crest Inn.
Driving Iron
Mid -Iron
3
Maahia
"ALL-ONE" Adjustable Club
Simplify your game. Play better golf.
Familiarity means certainty. With the
"All-One" Club you get three to five
times the practice which you now get
with any one Club and practice
makes perfect.
The "All-One" Iron is instantly adjustable to
the three face angles shown above. (Driving
Iron and Putter adjustments the same.) One
turn of locking collar releases head, another'
turn locks head in desired position. It is firm
and tivcht; will not rattle. In every position it
is as fine and true a Club as you ever swung.
Every shot in the frame can he played with the "All
One" Club. Use it. exclusively or only on the fair green.
Either way you will play better golf. A handy Club
for guests, for traveling or when caddies can't be had.
"More Clubs Make More Difficulties" snys Chick
Evans. Reduce your difficulties and improve your game
with the "All One" Fully guaranteed. 1'rioe $6.
Show this to your dealer and he will order for you. Or
we will ship prepaid to you upon receipt of $(. Give
length and weight of your mid-iron.
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for golfers, tourists, hunt
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all sportsmen. Sold by all dealers or sent bv
mail. Send for folder.
Scouts Compass Watch Co.
229 Jewelers Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Mfrs. of the Famous Scouts Compass Watch
Send for folder
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