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MR. FRISBIE

till a favorable moment arrived so it was necessary for me to carry through the entire proposition by myself.

The 16th. hole on our course is perhaps the most difficult hole on our course at least it has always been a variable tartar for Mr. Frisbie.
It is about 350 yards long in lenth and it is what is called a blind hole as you can not see the green from the tee as you drive from the tee up over a hill with a direction flag as the only guide and down at the bottom of the hill there is a brook a little over 225 yards from the tee which is the same brook which you come to again on the last hole and in all the times ?11r. Frisbie has played around the course he has seldom never made this 16th. hole in less than 7 strokes or more as his tee shot just barely skins the top of the hill giving him a down hill lie which upsets him so that he will miss the 2d. shot entirely or top it and go in to the brook.
Well I generally always stand up on top of the hill to watch where his tee shot goes and on the occasion referred to he got a pretty good tee shot which struck on top of the hill and rolled half way down and I hurried to the ball before he could see me and I picked it up and threw it across the brook and when he climbed to the top of the hill I pointed to where the ball laid the other side of the brook and shouted good shot Mr. Frisbie. IIe wasoverjoyed and beamed with joy and did not suspect anything out of the way though in realty he could not hit a ball more than 160 yards if it was teed on the summit of Pike's Peak.
Fate was on my side at this junction and Mr. Frisbie hit a parfeet mashie shot on to the green and sunk his 2d. put for the only 4 of his career on this hole. IIe was almost delirious with joy and you may be sure I took advantage of the situation and before we were fairly off the green I said to him Mr. Frisbie if you do not need me tomorrow morning do you not think it would be a good time for me to learn Mr. Robert to drive a car.
" Why certainly he is old enough now to drive a car and it is time he learned."
I now come to the main instance of my article which is in regards to Miss Florence Frisbie who is now Mrs. Henry Craig and of course Craig is riot the real name but you will soon see that what I was able to do for her was ncsuch childs play like gaining consent for Mr. Robert to run a automobile or Mrs. Frisbie to purchase a player piano but this was a matter of the up most importance and I am sure the reader will not consider me a vain bragger when I claim that I handled it with some skill.

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FRISBIE where is p align="left" till a favorable moment arrived so it was necessary for me to carry through what is entire proposition by myself. where is p The 16th. hole on our course is perhaps what is most difficult hole on our course at least it has always been a variable tartar for Mr. Frisbie. It is about 350 yards long in lenth and it is what is called a blind hole as you can not see what is green from what is tee as you drive from what is tee up over a hill with a direction flag as what is only guide and down at what is bottom of what is hill there is a brook a little over 225 yards from what is tee which is what is same brook which you come to again on what is last hole and in all what is times ?11r. 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