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A HEW CHAMPION
Krs Barlow Wins The Silver Foils
JTIrt. Ilurd Defending- her Title Ioaes
by a, Margin of Two Stroke ft m.
II. U.Jlackham in the
Prize for the lt
A good sized field teed off in the Sil
ver Foils' annual Championship Tourn
ament on the Number One Course on
"Wednesday and 22 players completed
the second round, on Thursday.
Mrs. Eonald H. Barlow, to whom the
Silver Foils Championship is no unac
customed honor, regained the title from
Mrs. J. V. Hurd, leading the later by
a margin of two strokes at the comple
tion of the 36 holes. Mrs. Barlow and
Mrs. Hurd tied for the lead, on Wed
nesday, at 85, Mrs. Barlow playing the
round in 45-40, and the North and
South champion in 41-44. On Thurs
day Mrs. Barlow went out in 40 and
led the title rolder by 5 strokes at
that stage of the contest, but Mrs.
Hurd gradually reduced her disadvan
tage on the way in and, at the 17th
stood at 169 for 35 holes, with Mrs
Barlow at 168. A fine 3 for Mrs
Hurd, at the 18th, called for a 4 from
Mrs. Barlow, to tie, and a 3 to win,
and the new champion made things dou
bly sure by driving the green and sink
ing a 15 foot putt for a brilliant 2,
This gave her the victory at 170, to
172 for Mrs. Hurd.
Mrs. J. R. Price, of Pittsburg, took
third honors, with a total of 92-91, 183,
and was followed by Mrs. M. J. Scam
mell, of the Baltimore Country Club,
at 191, and Miss Sara Fownes, of the
Oakmont Club, at 195.
Miss Kate Bomann, who occupied the
thirteenth place on "Wednesday, at 104
went out in 45 and came home in 48
for a 93 which pulled her up to sixth
plae, just behind Miss Fownes, and
gave her a total of 197 for the two
Others who finished in 200 or better
were Mrs. J. D. Chapman, 198; Mrs. A.
J. Harris, 190; and Mrs. J. D. Arm
strong, who finished in an even 100 on
each day. '
The net score contest was won by
Mrs. H. H. Rackham, of Detroit, with
a total of 215-36, 179. Miss Winifred
Cullen, of Canoe Brook, led on Wed
nesday, at 88 net, but was passed on
Mrs. R. C. Blancke, of Montclair
and finished in third place, at 181.
The following is a list of all who
completed the two rounds, given in the
.1 i . .
uruer in which they arrived in the
Mrs. R. H. Barlow, Philadelphia, 85
85-170 plus 16, 186.
Mrs. J. V. Hurd, Pittsburgh, 85-87
172 plus 20, 192.
Mrs. J. R. Price, Oakmont, 92-91-183
plus 4, 187.
Mrs. M. T. Scammell, Pittsburgh, 95
96, 191-2, 189.
Miss Sara Fownes, Oakmont, 98-97,
Miss Kate Bomann, Plainfield, 104
3, 197-8, 189.
Mrs. J. X. Chapman, Greeenwioh,
100-98, 198-6, 192.
Mrs. A. J. Harris, Janesvlle, 103-96,
Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, Buffalo, 100
100, 200-14, 186.
Mrs.' F. T. Keating, Agawam Hunt,
105- 98, 203-8, 195.
Miss Louise Elkins, Oakmont, 103
100, 203-6, 197.
Mrs. Donald Parson, Youngstown,
103- 101, 204-20, 184.
Mrs. C. F. Uebelacker, Hackensack,
106- 100, 206-14, 192.
Mrs. J. D. Hathaway, Toronto, 103
104, 207-14, 193.
Miss Winifred Cullen, Canoe Brook,
104- 109, 213-32, 181.
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse, Ardsiey, 105
108, 213-20, 193.
Mrs. II. II. Rackham, Detroit, 108
107, 215-36, 179.
Miss Claudia Fink
112-110, 222-40, 182.
Mrs. H. C. Philbrick, Brae Burn, 114
110, 224-28, 196.
Mrs. R. C. Blancke, Montclair, 117-
113, 230-50, 180.
Mrs. G. M. Howard, Halifax, 115-
117, 232-36, 196.
Mrs. J. L. Buckley, Forest Hills, 123-
119, 242-40, 202.
A1KVAL 91IXEU FOUIlllOIVIS
Of The Tin Whittles a Field of
102 Turn Out for the Event
The annual Mixed Foursomes of the
Tin- Whistles, played on the Number
One course on Monday, called out a
field of 102 contestants the 51 pairs be
ing divided in three handicap classes.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Chapman ot
Greenwich, who went over the course
in 85 alternate strokes, led the Class A
field and captured the grand prix with
a net round of 85-5, 80.
The Class B prizes went to G. W.
Mead and his partner, Mrs. M. P.
Lewis, who went over the course in 96
J. D. C .Rumsey and Mrs. W. E.
Truesdell won in Class C, with 101-24,
The most remarkable feature of the
day was the round made by Parker W.
Whittemore and Mrs. J. V. Hurd who
covered the course in 76 alternate
strokes, which we believe to be a new
record. Their card follows :
Out 4 4 5 5 5 5 3 4 4 539.
In 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 6 3, 37; 76
Whittemore and Mrs. Hurd were bur
dened with 5 extra strokes but managed
nevertheless to tie for second honors in
Class A, at 81 net, with C. B. Fownes
and Miss Sara Fownes, who went
around in 87-6, 81.
Other pairs that covered the course
in a gross 90 or better, were, in addi
tion to the three teams mentioned above
C. T. Crocker and Mrs. Ronald H. Bar
low, 84; Justice M. Thompson and
Mrs. Clarence H. Vanderbeck, 89; and
Major A. E. Ranney and Mrs. A. J.
Folowing is the summary:
J. D. Chapman and Mrs.
Chapman 85- 5-50
P. W. Whittemore and Mrs.
J. V. Hurd 76- 5-81
C. B. Fownes and Miss Sara
Fownes 87- 6-81
S. LeRoy and Mrs. J. D.
Armstrong 91- 9-82
W. E. Trusdell and Mrs.
D. J. Ross 92-10-82
Donald Parson and Mrs.
Tarson 93-10 Sr.
S. A. Miller and Mr.s. Se
ward Prosser 94-11-83
A. E. Ranney and Mrs. A.
G. Harris 90- 5-85
C. T. Crocker and Mrs.
R.. II. Barlow 84- 1-85
J. II. Watson and Mis9
Margery Bush 98-11-87
II. C. Fownes and Mrs. G.
R. Trice 92- 4-88
C. B. Keen and Mrs. H. D.
G. M. Robinson and Miss
Clarissa Metcalf 100-11-89
II. G. Phillips and Mrs.
Kate Bomann 95- 5-90
G. M. Thompsoin and Mrs.
C. II. Vanderbeck 89- 1-90
L. A. Hamilton and Mrs.
George Kenyon 103- 6-97
G. W. Mead and Mrs. M.
P. Lewis 96-18-78
G. T Dunlap and Miss
Claudia Fink 99-16-83
W. S. VanClief and Mrs.
A. L. Carr and Mrs. L.
G. F. Brown and Mrs. C.
S. Waterhouse 96-12-84
W. S. Dillon and Mrs, J. V.
A. S. Higgins and Mrs.
James Barber and Mrs.
EberTiard Faber 100-15-85
G. M. Howard and Miss
V. T. Lee and Miss W. V.
T C. Shannon and Mrs. W.
L. Biers 100-12-88
!. W. Thompson and Miss
Caroline Bogart 107-18-89
G. A. Magoon and Mrs.
T. B. Boyd and Miss Marie
J. R. Towle and Mrs. E. C.
II. S. Houston and Mrs. F.
T. Keating 109-13-96
F. C. Abbe and Mrs. E. A.
J. D. C. Rumsey and Mrs.
W. E. Truesdell 101-24-77
S. Y. Ramage and Mrs. R.
C. Breed 102-23-79
H. H. Buckley and Mrs.
W. B. Merrill and Miss Anne