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The formal opening of the Country 'Olub will
take place either May 1st or 2nd, probably the lat
ter, as it falls on Saturday. No set golfing pro
giam has been arranged for that date by the
greens committee, and probably none will be But
the idea of holding a one day spring handicap
tournament has been taken up, a cup has been of
fered for the winner, and the event promises to
be one of the most interesting of the many that
will take place during the coming season. With
at least eight players already turning in scores
of 45 or bettor, and with half a dozen others hug
ging that mark closely, there should be some
Prizes are to be offered for the second and
third flights of four, and all rounds, including the
qualifying round are to be at nine holes only.
This event has been fixed for Decoration day.
Jack Gilmer, runner up in the Massachusetts state
championship one year will be one of the scratch
players. He drives probably the longest ball of
any of the regulars, and when he steadies some
of his short game is going to be exceedingly dan
gerous. Walker Salisbury, too, is improving rapidly. He
has a naturally good form. I think perhaps his
one weakness is in his short game, and this is due
entirely to inexperience and lack of practice. Be
fore the season is over he should be playing very
close to scratch.
An impromptu handicap affair of nine holes
lastT Saturday, in which ten players turned in
cards, brought out some veiy close play, and in
cidentally during the day a new amateur record
for the course was made. It is as follows:
The former record was 38. The record of 37'
should not stand long, as this week's rain has put
the now greens in far better shape, and one o
two strokes will probably be clipped off.
Frank Judge, with a handicap of 9 strokes,
won the handicap with a gross score of 49 and a
net 40 was second.
The tee for the sixth hole is to bo set back
about 20 or 25 yards farther up the hill. This will
require considerable accuracy for the tee shot,
as with the slightest head wind, it will bo impos
sible to carry the green with an iron. This could
be made a really good golf hole by constructing
a big cop bunker up about 15 or 20 yards from
the ditch, and trap bunkers at the sides.
A. W. C.
The Management of the Louvre Rathskeller Has
Secured Famous Hungarian Orchestra.
You who love and appreviate good music,
good fellowship in the best of cuisine you who
believe in relaxation after the worries and cares
of the day, and to whom Bohemia's soft lights
and shades appeal for you the Louvre Rathskel
ler has a story that should interest.
Good music has always been orie of the chief
charms of Salt Lake's most popular cafo.
After several weeks of Miss Sonescu and her
Roumanian players, we decided that a ohange in
the music would be for the more complete en
joyment of our cafe by its patrons, and so, at
great expense, we have secured one of the finest
Hungarian orchestras ever assembled and
brought to this country.
Our new, light, airy, scrupulously clean and
sanitary kitchen has cost us several hundreds of
dollars of late and here agnin results are telling
the story of our foresight. Our ladies' luncheons
in the afternoons are proving splendidly success
ful. It is delightfully cool and restful to drop in
for a few minutes during the busy shopping
hours and seleet a tasty little lunch from the
teas, coffees, chocolate, sandwitches, salads and
dainties that we serve between 2:30 and 5:80
1 The Louvre a smart place to eat.
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