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"PINEHURST OUTIaOOIG VOL. XXV. JANUARY 5, H)22 NO. 5 E. L. SCOFIELD WINS MIDWINTER TOURNAMENT Donald Parson, Runner-up E. L. Scofield, a member of Pine-hurst's Winter colony and a dangerous opponent on the local courses, won first division honors and the President's trophy in the nineteenth annual Midwinter tournament which came to a close on Monday of this week, by defeating Donald Parson, the favorite, and also a member of the cottage colony, 3 and 1 in the final round. Seofield's victory was truly earned, for in the course of his match with Parson he made three holes in 2, and finished out the round with a medal card of approximately 73. Parson tied with R. C. Shannon for the qualifying medal, and by reason of the consistent brand of golf he has been playing all season, was regarded as the most likely one to annex the trophy, but Scofield 's ' ' wild -deuces" were too much for the favorite find runner-up was his portion of the honors. Scofield, however, did not have an easy time all the way through. In the first round of match play he met Ned Beall of Sherbrookc, who took him to the nineteenth hole before the match was decided . . In the second round he Avon from Dr. John W. Robb of Merion Cricket, and in the semi-finals lie had to go to the nineteenth again to defeat John D. Chapman. A large gallery turned out to follow the finalists. Both players started out "badly, each taking a 6 on the first hole. Scofield won the second in 5 against 6 for his opponent, but the lead was of short duration, for Parson's birdie 3 at ihe third squared the match. Scofield then won three in a row, including a 2 oh the sixth where he sank a ten-foot putt. This was the first of his three deuces. After the long seventh had been halved in Scofield got his second 2 by sinking another screamer, an 18-footer at the eighth. This was difficult golf to go up against, but Parson was not discouraged. He won the ninth in 3 and then played the next six Iioles in 4 strokes eich, which reduced Seofield's lead to 1 up at the thirteenth, and halved the next three holes in 4's. 'Parson sliced his drive to the sixteenth and was so badly placed he was barely i'ble to get out. He pressed his third in an effort to get home, but the ball landed in a trap at the right and just short of the green. Scofield hooked his drive into the woods here but the ball tiaveled beyond the real trouble and he was able to get out and on the green in 3 and took the bole in 5. The drives to ","'n"r'1llTT""""l"""u"""""" wirTinni-niii-i.iaiiii.iiB,,,, ,m.rlmmc , imT YOUNG GEORGE T. DUNLAP WINS CHIEF HONORS The picturesque Fifteenth Hole on Number Three Course if Talcing the Jumps over Pinchnrst's Steeplechase Course rhe seventeenth found Scofield on the edge of the green while Parson's ball stopped just short of the trap at the right. He made a brilliant second j.hot and laid his ball close to the pin, but of no avail, for Scofield proceeded 1 o gather his third deuce and sank his second for a winning 2, and won the natch . Scofield Out 654 442 52436 Parson Out 663 553 53339 Scofield In 455 444 52x. Parson In 444, 444 63437-76 (Continued on Page 14) THE PINEHURST CHAPEL SUNDAY SERVICES Holy Communion, 9:15 A. M. Children's Service 10:00 A. M. Morning Services and Sermon, 11:00 A. M. In Boys' Tournament ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES Early Mass 6:15 A. M. Second' Mass 10:30 A. M. When visiting priest is at Pinehurst an 8 o'clock mass is held. The Pinehurst Outlook is published weekly from November to May by Tha Outlook Publishing Co., Pinehurst, N.. C. O. H. PEACOCK ' Editor Subscription Price, $2.00. Ten cents a copy. Subscriptions will be continued on expiration unless the editor receives notice to the contrary. Entered as second class matter at the post office at Pinehurst, N. C. Young George T. Dunlap, Jr., of Canoe Brook, age 13, repeated his last season's victory in this event and Avon chief honors and the first division prize in the Christmas holiday tournament for boys by defeating Walter Swoope of Overbrook, in the final round of match play. George led the field in the qualifying round with a score of 45 for1 the nine holes; worked his way to the finals by defeating Eugene Homans in the first round of match play, and defeated his final opponent by 1 up. Richard Chapman of Greenwich, son of John D. Chapman, won the second division from Clarence Edson, Pinehurst, by 1 up. Mr. Chapman had another winning representative in the field in his other son, John, who defeated Irving Swoope of Overbrook, 2 and 1, in the third division. The summary: First four First round George Dunlap, Jr., Canoe Brook, defeated Eugene Homans, Englewood, 1 up; Walter Swoope, Overbrook, defeated Forbes Wilson, York Harbor, 5 and 3. Final Dunlap defeated Swoope, 3 and 2. Second four First round Richard Chapman, Greenwich, defeated F. C. Stevens, Jr., Si-warioy, 4 and 2; Clarence Edson, Pinehurst, defeated Kenneth McNeil, Brooklawn, 4 and 3.' Final Chapman defeated Edson, 1 up Third four First round John Chapman, Greenwich, defeated Billy Fuller, Ardsley, 4 and 3; Irving Swoope, Overbrook, defeated Sherburn Merrill, Brookline, 4 end 3. Final Chapman defeated Swoope, 2 and 1. Fourth four First round E. C. Marshall, New York, defeated Marshall Ilemmingway, New York, 2 up; Charles Swoope. Overbrook, defeated William Parson, Youngs-town, 1 up (10 holes) . Final Swoope defeated Marshall, 3 ,"nd 1. Fifth four First round John Bradford Armstrong, Pinehurst, defeated George Parson, Youngstown, 2 up; Jack Hem-mingway, New York, defeated Lesley D. Pierce, Jr., Rochester, 4 and 2. Final Armstrong defeated Ilemmingway, by default.
|Title||The Pinehurst Outlook (Pinehurst, N.C.), 1922-01-05|
|Standard Title||The Pinehurst Outlook (Pinehurst, N.C.)|
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