THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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Hollywood . . .
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Jefferson Inn . . .
Southland . .
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White Sulphur Springs
tournament. C. L. Becker followed
and the prevailing fashion, in the sec
ond sixteen, and waited until the 19th
hole before winning against E. L.
Lennox, of the Highland Club.
Second Match Round
The second match round and the
semi-finals were both played on Fri
day. Stearns had a narrow escape in his
second round match with R. H.
Gwaltney, the Baltusrol expert, but
finally won by 1 up.
F. C. Leonard walked away with his
match against George A. Dixon, Jr.,
of the National Links, winning by 7
and 5, and came into line to meet Mr.
Stearns in the semi-finals.
Becker pursued the even tenor oi
his way in the second sixteen and de
feated Courtlandt Van Clief by 2 up.
In the semi-finals, Stearns had to
fight an up-hill battle against F. C.
Leonard, but won by 2 up at the sev
enteenth . In the mantime, Donald
Parson was disposing of T. R. Brown
of Scarsdale, by 6 and 5, which left
the final contest for the President's
Trophy up to Parson and Stearns.
In the second sixteen, Becker play
ed against G. T. Bloodgood, of Cherry
Valley, and found himself 4 down at
the turn. That looked good for a
short-cut home for Becker, from the
thirteenth, but there are many disap
pointments in golf and what happened
was that Becker won the 10th, 11th,
12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th holes in
succession and finally took the match
by 2 up at the seventeenth, finishing
out the inward journey for a 37.
Donald Parson put up a game fight
against Stearns in the final, played on
Saturday, but lost by 3 and 2, at the
end of a contest singularly free from
In the second sixteen, C. L. Deck
er overcame the hoodoo that has pur
sued him all through the Tin Whistles
season, Becker has won four or five
of the Tin Whistles events up to 4:55
p. m. and then some other fellow has
come along in the last five minutes
and pushed Decker back into second
place. He played against R. A. Stra
nahan, the Inverness crack, in the
final, and won the Governor's trophy
by a margin of 2 and 1.
R. H. Hunt of Worcester, carried off
the Secretary's trophy in the third
THE QUALIFYING ROUNDS
Edward Styles, North Hills 78 78 15i!
John N. Sterns, 3, Nassau 78 82 160
R. H. Gwaltney, Baltusrol 81 86 167
J. D. Chapman, Greenwich 82 86 168
H. C. Fownes, Oakmont 78 91 169
Franklin H. Gates, Moore 82 87 169
R. F. Mundy, Garden City 85 84 169
Qeo. B. ,Carhart, Greenwich 85 86 171
L. Deane Pierce, Ekwanok 87 85 172
F. C. Leonard, North Hills 86 86 172
T. R. Brown, Scarsdale 90 82. 172
T. A. Kelly ,Southern P. 89 84 x,o
C. F. Watson, Jr., Baltusrol 84 89 173
G. A. Dixon, Jr., National 88 8 175
F. W. Kennedy, Toronto 85 90 175
D. Parson, Youngstown 90 85 175
A. E. Ranney, GreenVich 87 90 187
F. T. Keating, Spring Lake 90 87
D. R. Meigs, Merion 90 88
Courtlandt VanClief 88 90
R. A. Stranahan, Inverness 86 93
John W. Watson, Merion 85 95
F. H. Mahan, St. Davids 88 92
Everett E. Wilbar, Alpine 88 93
C. L. Becker, Philadelphia 92 90
J. W. Carroll, Jr., Norwich 88 94
George Williams, Areola 89 94
G. T. Bloodgood, Cherry V. 85 98
J. H. Clapp, Chevy Chass 94 89
P. A. Proal, Deal 96 87
E. L. Lennox, Highland 97 87
G. W. Statzell, Aronimink 91 93
W. S. Van Clief, Fox Hills 92 96
J. L. Weller, St. Catherine 94 95
R. C. Shannon, Brockport 95 94
R. J. Francisco, Oak Hill 96 93
J. O. H. Denny, Aliesberry 97 92
E. B. Fay, Bellerive 92 97
W. W. Shedden, New York 96 94
W. T. Barr, Garden City 97 ,93
J. I. Melanson, Tedesco 97 94
S. H. Patterson, Plainfield 98 93
R. H. Hunt, Worcester 93 98
P. S. Maclaughlin,Ekwanok 96 95
J. S. Brown, Montclair 96 96
Jaifsen Noyes, Montclair 95 98
T. A. Cheatham, Pittsburgh 97 96
J. R. Bowker, Woodland 92 102
H. S. Cummings, Woodway 95 99
C. B. Hudson, North Fork 94 101
Nat S. Hurd, Pittsburgh 101 94
Walter L. Milliken,
P. B. O'Brien, Detroit
E. E. Wadbrook,
R. D. Clemson
A. C. Potter, Belmont Sps. 100 97
J. A. Bryant, Detroit 99 99
Martin G. Brumbaugh, 100 98
G. T. Dunlap, Canoe Brook 103 95
C. N. Sturtevant 103 96
Emile de Planque 104 95
A. S. Higgins, St. Andrews 99 100
B. V. Covert, Lockport 99 100
S. M. Morgan, Pittsburg 99 100
THE MATCH ROUNDS
First round: F. W. Kennedy beat
L. D. Pierce, 2 and 1; T. R. Brown
beat J. D. Chapman, 5 and 3; Donald
Parson beat R. F. Mundy, 1 up (22
holes). T. A. Kelly beat G. B. Carhart,
2 and 1; George A. Dixon, Jr., beat
Franklin H. Gates, 4 and 2; F. C.
Leonard beat C. F. Watson, Jr., 1 up
v20 holes); John N. Stearns, 3rd, beat
Udward Styles, 2 and 1; R. H. Gwalt
ney beat H. C. Fownes, 6 and 5.
Second round: T. R. Brown beat
F. W. Kennedy, 1 ip; Donald Parson
-eat T. A. Kelly, 5 and 4; F. C. Leon
:rd beat George A. Dixon, Jr., 7 and
5; John N. Stearns, 3rd, heat R. H.
Gwaltney, 1 up.
Seci-finals: Parscn beat Brown, 6
and 5; Stearns beat Leonard, 2 and 1.
Final: Stearns beat Parson, 3 and
First Beaten Eighth
Second round: J. D. Chapman won
from L. L. Pierce, by default; R. F.
Mundy beat G. B. Carhart, 3 and 1;
Franklin H. Gates beat C. F. Watson,
Jr., 1 up; Edward Styles won from H.
C. Fownes, by default.
Semi-finals: Mundy beat Chapman,
2 and 1; Gates beat Styles, 1 up. ,
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