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GOLF CABINET" NOW.
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Prominent Mtu It'i,: F*ong Seen
/■'"//"ii<r\ (>f the Ancient Game.
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Th<- narnf-s of J"hn I). Rockefeller and Aodn
Carnegie have become almost synonymous with
golf, while Suj<r«'in<- O>urt judges l.:iv<- l<»ng
fincc sworn allegiance to the links. Mr. Rocke
feller confines his play chit-fly to his own private
courses at Lakewood. Tarrytown an<) Cleveland,
whil.- Mr. Carnegie lluctuat< j s between oui own
St. Andrews nrsi and his estate at Ski bo,
Scotkuid. L,ike thousands of other l« fortu
r.at*- Individuals, tli«.-«--«- two rm'n have never b> ■ n
nportid in tho list of record breakers, but they
car«- Jiitl'.- about ii.i!. for Kolf is a game which
imparts as much enjoyment to the- duffer as to
the mviz buntei, who Is ever trying to got round
in bogie cr par Bgun
This* pre-c-minence of golf as a form of en
joyable exercise was recognized in Great Brit-
Cuotinoed on ritliUj imco.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1909.
THE SNOW FILLED CRATER OF MOUNT RAINIER.
Few men have seen it.
A GREAT CREVASSE ON CARBON GLACIER.
One of the twenty vast ice streams that surround Mount Rair.ierv
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