North Carolina Newspapers

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Siwanoy Golfer Leads the Record Break
ing Field in Amateur Championship
Christopher II. Jtouerts Play the
Ninth Ilole on the Championship
Couri In One
A record breaking field of 244 con
testants about 60 more than have ever
taken part in this event before as
sembled for the qualifying round of the
North and South, and although the
field dwindled perceptibly in the course
of tho two rounds there still remained
twelve sixteens to qualify for match
Albert J. Mendes, of the Siwanoy
Country Club, won the medal with a
total of 81-79,160, and was the only
man to break 80 on the second day,
when both the wind and tho scores were
relatively high.
Mendes further distinguished him
self by playing tho 380 yard ninth hole
on Number Three in 2, driving off with
a cleek and sinking his second, made
with the same iron. There appears to
bo no record on this hole having been
made under 3.
Christopher D. Roberts, of West-
hampton, came across with the first hole
in One of the season, sinking his drive
for the ninth, on Number Two. Robert
did not do quite so well on some of the
other holes taking 99 for the remaining
Mendes' victory was a decided sur
prise. Edward Styles led the big field
on the first day with a round of 38-:8,
76, with James D. Standish, Jr., at 78,
and C. G. Waldo, Jr., tied with Frank
lin Gates for third place in the race, at
79. Styles' lead of 2 strokes on the
field looked as big as a house, for his
76 had been mad eon Number Three and
none of the players immediately behind
him had the difficulties of that course
behind them. Mendes, at 81, and Ir
ving Robeson, the north and south
champion, at 82, were the only low score
men who played Number Three on the
first day. Some of the newspaper men
hedged, to the extent of pointing out
that Styles had followed up a 73 on the
Number Three course, in the Open Tour
nament, by two rounds over 80 on Num
ber Two the next day, but we didn't
hear any of them offering odds against
Styles, at that.
The North Hills star took an 85, on
Tuesday, on Number Two, but his to
tal of 161 still looked good, as one good
man after another came in without any
shockingly good cards in their pockets,
until Jim Standish turned up with an
83, made on Number Three, and tied
him. Late in the afternoon, after ev
erybody had congratulated everybody
else on the rattling good play off due
to take place between Styles ar.d Stan-
dish, wandered in with his 79 an.l it was
all over.
E. L. Scofield and Howard Phillips
tied for a place in the championship
sixteen each with a card of 87-83, 172
and Phillips won the play off.
C. L. Becker, who had an. 88 on Num
ber Two the first day, negotiated an 85
on Number Three, on Tuesday, and
missed the top sixteen by a single
stroke. Sidney Sharwood and Major
Ranney had mighty good rounds on the
second day also, but their totals tied
them down to the second sixteen.
S. E. Sharwood, Merion 92-83, 175
J.M.Thompson, Springhaven 88-88, 176
A. E. Raney, Greenwich 93-83, 176
N. S. Hurd, Pittsburg 87-89, 176
Thos. Morrison, Oakmont 85-92, 177
M. B. Johnson, Jr. Cleveland 93-85, 178
A. T. Roberts, Detroit 88-90, 178
J. D. Chapman, Greenwich 88-90, 178
H. C. Fownes, Oakmont 86-93, 179
H. S. Doty, Hudson River 93-86, 179
A. L. Hawse, Richmond 91-89, 180
C. G. Waldo, Brooklawn 94-86, 180
Third Sixteen
O. . Watson, Jr., Baltusrol 90-90, 180
H. N. Spaulding, Brookline 93-87, 180
J. R. Bowker, Woodland 92-90, 182
E. L. Bloodgood, Cherry Val. 93-90, 183
Melville Peck, Virginia- 95-88, 183
W. F. Dillon, Alpine 87-96, 183
J. H. Clapp,Chevy Chase 95-89, 184
D. F. Dillon, Alpine 91-93, 184
G. W. Statzell, Aronomink 93-91, 184
The summary:
Championship Sixteen
A. J. Mendes, Siwanoy 81
Edward Styles, North Hlls 76
Jas. D. Standish, Jr. Detroit 78
Franklin H.Yates, Moore Co. 79
C. G. Waldo, Jr., Detroit 79
F. C. Newton, Brookline 81
E. C. Beall Uniontown 80
F. S. Danforth, N. Fork 82
Dickinson Bishop, Dowagiac 84
Wimberly Bowman S. Pines 84
Irving S. Robeson, Rochester 82
G. A. Dixon, Jr., National 83
Donald Parson,' Youngstown 85
L. A. Hamilton, Garden City 85
T TVT Wella TCpnilworth 85
H. G. Phillips, Moore Co.,
Second Sixteen
E. L. Scofield, Woodway
C. L. Becker, Philadelphia
Geo. Gregg, Oakmont
R. A. Stranahan, Inverness
Samuel Allison, Garden City 93-91, 184
R.- H. Hunt, Worcester 91-93, 184
H. E. Moles, Kanawaki 93-92, 185
J. L. Wykoff, Mt. Tom, 91-95, 186
E. J. Dayton, Detroit 91-95, 186
J. E. Smith, Wilmington 91-95, 186
F.C.Moulding, Westmoreland 94-93, 187
Fourth Sixteen
J. M. Howard, Halifax 91-96, 187
M. F. McConnell, Alpine 99-88, 187
W S. VanClief, Fox Mills 97-91, 188
W. B. Merrill, Brookline 94-94, 188
S. R. Prentiss, Mohawk 93-97, 190
E. H. Wiswell, Montclair 90-100, 190
F. P. Lee, Framingham 96-94, 190
E. J. Barber, Englewood 96-95, 191
O. A. Savaria, Oxford 98-93, 191
R. E. Vaughan, Lexington 95-96, 191
T. A. McGraw, Jr., Oakmont 95-96, 191
G T. Dunlap,Canoe Brook 91-100, 191
C. B. Hudson, North Fork 92-99, 191
Fifth Sixteen
(Concluded on page two)
Leads a Great Field by Two Strokes in
he North and South Open Championship
51lke Ilrady 11 aj a In Ilttrd Xuck on
the First nnd KIrhteen bnt
Finishes Iscssd
James M. Barnes, who is attach
ed to the new Sunset Hills Club, near
St. Louis, won the North and South
Open title on Saturday with a total
of 298 for the 72 holes. Michael J.
Brady, of Oakley, finished second at an
even 300, with Patrick Doyle, of Deal,
at 301, and Robert G. MacDonald, of
New Evanston, 301.
A half hundred contestants took part
in the tournament about 30 of the
best professionals in the country and a
score of first class amateurs.
The first round was played oil
Number Three course, on Friday,
in a high wind, and tho 35-37,72,
with which Pat Doyle led the
field at the end of the first 18 holes
wa3 a remarkably fino achievement, all
things considered. Bob MacDonald
driving 300 yards in the teeth of the
booming gale, came in second with a
73.Mike Brady took 40 to go out and
then reversed the usual process and did
4 strokes better on the last nine holes,
finishing with a 76. Herbert Lager
blade, Tommy Kerrigan and Jim Barnes
also finished in 76, tieing with Brady
for third positon, 4 strokes from the
In the second round played on Num
ber Three on Friday afternoon, Doyle
went around in 74 and was still at the
top, with a total of 72-74, 146, with
Bob MacDonald still trailing him
by one stroke at 73-74-, 147. Brady
came through with a duplicate of
Doyle's morning round, 35-37,72 and
drew out of the morning tie, getting
third place all to himself at 76-72, 148,
two strokes behind Doyle and one be
hind MacDonald.
At the end of the first 36 holes the
leaders stood as folows:
Doyle 72-74, 146
MacDonald 73-74, 147
Brady 76-72, 148
Barnes 76-75, 151
Kerrigan 76-77, 153
Edward tyles 81-73, 154
Edward Styles was 2 strokes behind
James D. Standish, Jr., among the
amateurs, at the end of the first round,
(Concluded on page three)
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