WS'lMCj THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
HOTEL WE NT WORTH
NEW CASTLE, PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
H. W. PRIEST, President
The Leading New England Coast Summer Resort
Every facility for sport and recreation : Golf, tennis, riding, driving,
yachting, fishing, bathing, and well equipped garage under competent
supervision. Fine livery. Music by symphony players. Accommo
dates 500. Local and long distance telephone in every room.
Trap, Rifle and Pistol Shooting is one of the attractions. Annie
Oakley, the world famous marks woman, will instruct ladies free
Send today for illustrated booklet.
WENTWORTH HOTEL CO., C. A. Judkins, Manager
Address Until May 1, Pinehurst, N. C.
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Combines a thorough college preparatory course with
instruction in the elments of military science, and physical
training in accordance with modern military deals. Stu
dents are encouraged to enroll in the Cavalry Cadet Pla
toon. In respect to sport, the school specializes in golf, ten
nis, and horsemanship. Provision is also made for basket
ball, base ball and gymnastics; and special arrangements
are made for the care and suitable entertainment of very
Though primarily a Boarding School, boys who live in
Pinehurst may be entered as day scholars.
The Departmental Staff is as follows:
Capt. R. A. Duckworth Ford, F. R. G. S., Headmaster,
W. R. Clinton Piatt, B. A. (Oxford), Asst: Head
master and Quartermaster.
Lieut. Hewitt Reynolds, U. S. R. (A. B., A. M.,
Princeton), Adjutant and Asst. Commandant.
W. Francis E. Stanwood, Jr. A. B. (Harvard), Ordi
Dr. M. W. Marr, M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
For rates and further particulars, apply to the Head
master, Pinehurst School, Pinehurst, N. C.
sDots in Mr. Rost's enthusiastic nar
rative to the Outlook, but it is all we
have room for in this issue.
The Trophy Committee has done its
work well and have secured a collec
tion of trophies worthy of the occasion
Several of America's most promi
nent judges have been invited to offici
ate, among them being Mr. W. Pres-
cott Walcott, of Kenmere fame, who
has just returned from the other side
Mr. 'C. F. Neilson, of Middlebush, JN
J., the. owner of International Cham
pion Raby Dazzler; Mr. James Lynn
of Port Huron, Mich., and others.
Entry blanks will be ready in a few
days and the Committee hopes that
local fanciers will take the same keen
interest in the show that has been
shown up North.
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J. L. Weller, St. Catherines (92), 1
R. C. Shannon, 2nd, Brockport (85),
J. R. Bowker, Woodland (92), 18th
J. A. DuPuy, Rochester (92), 18th
F. T. Keating, Spring Lake (86),
Dr. J. S. Brown, Montclair (90),
C. B. Fownes, Oakmont (84), 2 on
W. E. Truesdell, Garden City (84),
1 on 18th.
L. A. Hamilton, Garden City (87),
Justice M. Thompson, Springhaven
(87), 17th green!
H. G. Phillips, Moore county (84),
T. A. Kelly, Southern Pines (87),
W. T. Barr,, Garden City (87), 16th
H. E. Babbett, Plymouth (94), 40
yards from 20th.
F. P. Lee, Framingham (97), 19th
James F. Melanson, Tedesco (95).
P. S. Maclaughlin, Scarsdale (94),
W. S. Van Clief, Fox Hills (93),
M. B. Johnson, Cleveland (98), 19th
P. B. O'Brien, Detroit (99), 19th
T. A. Cheatham, Pittsburgh (9Z),
3 on 19th.
H. G. Streat, Wykagyl (95), 2 on
A. S. Higgins, St. Andrews (93), 1
G. T. Dunlap, Canoe Brook (94).
C. F. Lancaster, Brae Burn (94).
G. W. Mead, Glen Ridge (100).
Walter L. Milliken, Hyannisnort
(95), 18th green.
W. B. Merrill, Brookline (96), 18th
. Edward B. Fay, Midland Vallev
(93), 18th green.
Robert Foote, New ,Haven (98) i
C. R. Cowen, Brae Burn (95), l on
G. A. Bomann, Plainfield (98), 17th
C. B. Hudson, North Fork (92),
T. H. Hogsett, Cleveland (93), 16th
Percy W. Thomson, St. Andrews, N.
B. (94), 15th cup.
Commodore J. T. Newton, Brook
lyn (108), 2 ft. from 20th cup.
John Barclay, Greensburg (102), 1
James Barber, Englewood (104),
W. H. Ormsbee, South Shore (101),
W. Lane Verlenden, Lansdowne
(112), 3 on 19th.
Tyler L. Redfield, Greenwich (116),
2 on 19th.
Judd H. Redfield, Greenwich (100),
2 on 19th.
C. S. Waterhouse, Ardsley (105), 1
R. C. Blancke, Montclair (110), 1
F. C. Abbe, Bethlehem (108), 18tX
J. D. Rumsey, Brookline (101), 4
VG. A. Magoon, Oakmont (103), 18th
B. V. Covert, Lockport (102), 18th
S. H. Fields, Baltusrol (100), 18th
Henry Hornblower, Plymouth,
(108), 3 on 18th.
J. R. Towle, Calumet (100), 2 on
A. D. Fisher, Tedesco (110), 2 on
J. M. Robinson, Harbor Beach (105),
2 on 18th.
N. Y. Worrall, Phila. Cricket (100).
2 on 18th.
G. W. Baker, Wheatley Hills (108),
H. S. Houston, Mt. Tom (106), 16th
FOILED AGAIN, MUTTERED
Miss Kate Bomann Wins Wednesday's
The Silver Foils played a handicap
contest against Bogey on the Number
One course, on Wednesday, Miss Kate
Bomann taking the premier honors at
3 up, while Mrs. J. D. Chapman and
Mrs. F. T. Keating tied for the second
prize, at 2 up.
The leaders came in as follows:
Miss Kate Bomann, Plainfield (5),
Mrs. J. D. Chapman, Greenwich )
Mrs. F. T. Keating, Agawam Hum
(4), 2 up.
Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, Buffalo
Mrs. E. P. Muntz, St. Catherines (9)
5 down. ! '