THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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HOTEL W E IV T WORT II
NEW CASTLE, PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
H. W. PRIEST, President
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Address Until May 1; Pinehurst, N. C.
MRS. RONALD H. BARLOW
(Concluded from puye one)
Hills 47 53
Miss Eleanor T. Chandler,
Philadelphia 49 53
Miss Kathryn L. Bomann,
Plainfield 49 54
Mrs. H. H. Rackham, De
troit 52 52
Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, Buf
falo , 48 57
Mrs. J. D. Hathaway, Ka
nawaki, Montreal 50 55
Mrs. A. J. Harris, Janes
ville 55 51
Mrs. William West, Hunt
ingdon Valley 51 55
, Third Eight.
Mrs. J. W. Turnbull, White
marsh 52 54
Mrs. Donald Parson, Youngs
town 53 53
Mrs. J. F. Doyle, North
Hills 52 55
Mrs. E. H. Vare, White
marsh . 56 51
Mrs. C. F. Uebelacker,
Hackensack 53 55
Miss Louise B. Elkins,
' Oakmont 56 53
Mrs. L. E. Adams, Phila
delphia . 56 53
Mrs. Eberhard Faber, En-
glewood . 53 56
Mrs. H. C. Philbrick, Brae
Burn . 54 55
Mrs. E. V. Murphy, Aron
omink 54 56
Miss Louise Patterson,
102 ' Mrs. C. D. Barrows, Port
: Miss D. Thompson, Rock
Miss Claudia G. Fink
I Mrs. H. D. Saxton, Brook
106 Mrs. Nash Rockwood, Dun
55 56 111
.52. 59 111
53 60 113
63 53 115
54 62 116
49 67 116
56 61 , 117
61 56 . 117
59 58 117
58 60 118
55 64 119
64 56 120
61 59 120
Dowagiac 58 63 121
Mrs. Peter Boyd, Phila
delphia , 61 61 122
Miss Alice E. Johnston,
Washington 59 64 123
Mrs. Nat Hurd, Pittsburgh 60 64 124
Miss Marion R. Hanrahan,
' Binghampton 68 56 124
Mrs. L. N. DeVausney,
Montclair ; 57 68 125
Mrs. L. E. Beall, Union
town ' ; 63 63 126
Mrs. H. F. Gurriey, Pelham
Manor 64 62 126
Mrs. H. H. Van k Clief,
Dutchess 62 64 126
. Seventh Eight.
Mrs. John Shepherd, Jr.,
Boston 66 61 127
Mrs. R. C. Blancke, Mont
clair 57 70 127
Mrs. G. A. Magoon, Oak
mont "-- 63 64 127
Mrs. A. Wanek. Bavside.. 61 66 127
Miss Carolyn Bogart,
Moore Countv 71 65 136
Miss Harriette F. McGuire,
Brae Burn 73 66 139
Mrs. J. H. Ford, Pittsburgh
Field 71 70 141
Mrs. C. W. McHpse,
Wvcae:vl 64 85 149
Monday's First Match Round
At the end of one of the most ex
citing and hard fought matches that
have been played here in a long time
Miss Sarah Fownes defeated Mrs.
Hurd, the North and South Champion,
by 1 up in the first match round play
ed on the Number Two course Monday.
Miss Fownes started by winning the
first hole in par, but played the second
poorly, lost the third to Mrs. Hurdvs
par 4, and won the fourth with a par
4 of her own. The fifth was halved,
the best ball of the two players being
one stroke over par at that stage and
the scores all even.
Mrs. Hurd then won the sixth but
lost the next three in succession, the
ninth going to Miss Fownes when she
evaded a partial stymie and sank the
putt for a remarkably fine three. This
made Miss Fownes 2 up at the turn,
where both arrived in 45.
Mrs. Hurd Three Down.
Coming in Mrs. Hurd took the tenth
in par, but lost the next two holes and
was then 3 down. The thirteenth went
to Mrs. Hurd and the long fourteenth
was won by Miss Fownes in par 5. The
North and South champion, who was
then 3 down with only four holes still
to play, won the fifteenth and six
teenth and would have squared the
match at the seventeenth save for a
fine recovery by Miss Fownes from a
trap into which she had driven in an
attempt to reach the green. The hole
was halved in fours and Mrs. Hurd
was still 1 down on the way to the
Miss Fownes was a long way from
the eighteenth green on her third, but
approached to within four feet of the
cup. Mrs. Hurd, who was near the
edge of the green in three, tried for a
win, and although her ball stopped a
few inches short of the cup it came to
rest in the line of Miss Fownes' putt
and made an almost perfect stymie.
Part of the gallery had already mov
ed oyer toward the nineteenth tee, an
ticipating an extra hole match, when
a great burst of applause announced
the fact .that Miss Fownes haji evaded
the difficulty and sunk the putt for a
halve, thus winning the match by 1 up.
Miss Fownes, out:
5 7 6 4 5 5 6 4 345
Mrs. Hurd, out:
Miss Fownes, in:
6 5 5 6 5 5 6 4 54792
Mrs. Hurd, in:
4 6 7 5 6 4 5 4 54691
Mrs. Scammell beat Mrs. Chapman.
Mrs. Scammell played against Mrs.
John D. Chapman and won by 1 up on
the home green.
The match was all even at the turn
the winning factors being a stymie
which deprived Mrs. Chapman of a
win at the thirteenth and a putt by
Mrs. Scammell from off the green for
a winning 3 on the fifteenth. Mrs.
Chapman qualified 4 strokes ahead of
Mrs. Scammell on Saturday.
Miss Rosenthal and Mrs. Barlow Win
There were no surprises in the lower
bracket. Miss Rosenthal and Mrs. J.
R. Price both went out in 45 in their
match and Miss Rosenthal led by 2 up
at the turn despite a birdie 3 to the
credit of Mrs. Price on the fourth and
another 3 on the ninth.
The Western champion was 39 for
the first eight holes, but took a 6 on
the ninth, where she drove into the
woodlands. Coming in Miss Rosenthal
was still 2 up going to the sixteenth
and won the match there, by 3 and 2.
Mrs. Barlow went out in 43, against
Mrs. Prichard, and won by 4 up and 3
Tuesday's Semi-Finals. ,
In the semi-final round played on
Number Two, on Tuesday, Miss
Fownes defeated Mrs. M. J. Scammell
by 3 and 2, and Mrs. Barlow won from
Miss Rosenthal by 1 up.
Miss Fownes went out in 44 in her
match and had Mrs. Scammell 2 down
at the turn, where the latter arrived
in 46. Coming in all the holes were
halved up to the sixteenth, where Miss
Fownes won with a 5 and ended the
contest with a 4 and a 5 left over for
an easy 88.
Mrs. Barlow beats Miss Rosenthal.
The match between Mrs. Barlow and
Miss Rosenthal was a great contest.
The first hole was halved in par and
Mrs. Barlow took the second in par 4
by getting almost to the green in 2.
Going to the third Miss Rosenthal's
drive struck a tree while her opponent
again went down in par 4 and made
herself 2 up.
The Western champion won her first
hole at the fourth, where her daring
second shot landed on the trap encir
cled green and stayed there, giving her
cn easy win in 4 or par. To offset this
Miss Rosenthal threw away a good
(hance to win on the fifth, taking a
1 alf instead and followed it up by
taking three putts on the sixth after
driving to the green. Both went down
in 4 and Mrs. Barlow was still 1 up.
The Philadelphia player took the
long seventh in par 5 with the aid of a
ten foot putt.
Miss Rosenthal drove behind a tree
going to the eighth and Mrs. Barlow
won with a 3. Both players had a 4
on the ninth, Mrs. Barlow reaching the
turn 3 up in 41, while Miss Rosenthal
A series of traps intervened in the
Chicago player's favor at this stage oi
the contest, Mrs. Barlow losing, the
tenth, eleventh and thirteenth by get
ting trapped on the way to each hole.
This squared the match ,and Miss Ro
senthal took the lead for the first and
only time in the contest, at the four-