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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1922.
81 MBH STIRLING MEETS IS. JACKSON FOR TITLE Ex-Champion Players Clash Over 36JHole Course at Morris County. By'William Abbott. A LEXA STIRLING and Mrs. II. A. Jackson In the 36-hole finals to-day will Bcek the Metropolitan golf title defaulted by Mrs. W. A. Gavin, who Is absent In England. Miss Stirling and Mrs. Jaclt-scr- survived a formidable field that started in the "Met" tournament at the Morris County Club so easily that their contests were hardly moro than practicing Jaunts. They wore the class of the meet and rightfully so. Miss Stirling pn three different occasions captured national honors, while Mrs. Jackson lifted tho pro mler title twice. In additton Miss Stirling won mnny sectionnl trophies, but not until changing her address from Atlanta to New York could she take a shot at metropolitan laurels. Now It will take a very large upset to prevent the former Southern girl from add Inr the "Met" title to her long col lection, Mrs. Jackson Is a high-class player, but she has little chance of checking Miss Stirling if tho former champion continues the gamo sho has flashed this week. Miss Stirling fig ures victory to-day will merely be a running start In a grand comeback that will culminate in the recovery of the national crown that Marion Holllns separated her from last autumn at Hollywood. The Morris County links with its steep grades and long carries Is a tough course for the ladles, but numerous kinds of trouble never seemed -to seriously concern Miss Stirling. In each round she'd better her scorea and in the scmt-flnals yes terday the little miss with a big wal lop camo through with a record. Miss Stirling had for opponent Mrs. Thomas Hucknall, one of the best players In this district, who had de signs on tho title herself. Mrs. Hucknall entered from Morris Coun ty also had the support of an enthusi astic home gallery, but what she most needed was moro distance In her shots. Mrs. Hucknall soon found It was useless to spot her opponent any where from fifteen to forty yards off tho tee and then hope to make the handicap up later because Miss Stir ling was equally strong with her irons and on the greens. Tho former champion played prac tically faultlessly until the match terminated on the fifteenth green, where sho won five and thrco. Then in tho hope of breaking records and with all strain off Alexa changed the deal and showed how easily strokes could be missed. Extra shots were necessary when her drive on tho sev enteenth was badly topped and tho drive on the eighteenth went sailing far off to the left to land in a batch of trees. Even with these late mis takes Miss Stirling fetched in a sc6ro Of 83. which is accepted as a new woman's record for Morris" County. Mrs. Hucknall was outclassed at every department of the game but sameness. Tho little Jersey woman struggled gallantly for every stroke, but tho odds wore too much. In the entire match Mrs. Hucknall won only two holes, the second and tenth, where her playing was per fect. Tho first hole was halved In Nassau Country Club Golfer Leads Qualifying Round at Garden City H. W. Will's Score of 77 Earns the Aedal in Invitation Tournament. In the qualifying round of the invi tation golf tourney of the Garden City Club, H. W. Will of the Nas sau Country Olub, led the field with a card of 77. The next four places however, were occupied by golfers from different parts of the globe. Robert l.yne of Pittsburgh finished with 45-36 78, one stroke better than Max Mars ton, former New Jersey champion, who came from Philadelphia for the tour nament. An English representative was the next on the Hit, Capt. Tlppctt of Royal North Devon returning 40-40 SO, the same total as F. C. Newton of Urook line, an erstwhile Staton Island title holder, Fheu cams a few home golfers. A. S. Bourne, the Garden City cham pion, had 39-4180, while a club-mate, ' M. Hall, returned 43-3780. Gardiner White, the metropolitan champion, couldn't do better than 81, two stiokes hotter than his partner. Grant Peacock. All those with 88 or better made the first sixteen, but such players as John M. Want of baseball fame; XV. F. Ladil of Kocltaway, and Ilajhnu ICnsuwakl if Toklo. the Japanese amateur cham pion, liud'To be content with the second division, Provision has been made for tour slxteens with a beaten eight In the main sot. Thro was only one thing that Will had to regret at the end of his round yesterday, and that was that he didn't have a "oner" on his card. At the 132-yard second hole his ball rolled all around the flair but (topped on the Up of the cup. He made tho first nine In . it but needed five stroke more for the Inward half, his card tadimr a rol -HUM' HUTCHISON ON WAY ABROAD TO DEFEND OPEN GOLF TITLE Minus his deep-faced mashlo, which raised such a storm of ob jection abroad last year that -Its uso has since been barred by the powers that bo In golf over theie, Jock Hutchison, tho Hrltlsh open champion, Is now on his way across to defend his title next month at Sandwich. Accompany ing Jock was n replica ot tho fa mous cup which became his prop erty after tho play-oft with Hojrer Wetherod, tho British amateur a bit ot silver, not Impressive In appearanco, hut as historic a piece ot competitive bric-a-brac as Is to bo found anywhere on tho globe. Hutchison Is the first of the stellar trio to leave for tho title event. He will bo followed shortly by Walter Hagon and Jim Barnes, both of whom competed at St. An drews a year ago. 5'a. Mrs. Hucknall took the second and it was tho only time she held the lend. Miss Stirling recovered briskly and began a winning streak ot the fourth that finally yielded a four-hole ndvantago at the turn. Mrs. Huck nall temporarily checked this display by taking the tenth, but Miss Stirling annexed the eleventh. Mrs. Huck nall, still determined as evor, man- aged to half the next three holes. Miss Stirling with a great second shot captured the fifteenth easily, which ended the show. Mrs. JackHon, winning three and two, encouuntered unexpected re sistance from Mrs. Toerge of Piping Rock. Mrs. Toerge drovo beautifully and this considerably worried her more experienced opponent, but the I'lplng Rock woman moro than offset her driving advantage with frequent mlscues through the fairway and on the greens. It was this weakness that brought about her defeat. It was a case of glvo and take at the early holes, but Mrs. Jackson was the first to steady down and rnn up a three-holo lead at the turn. This wa3 further increased at tho tenth. Just when a walkaway match seemed imminent Mrs. Jackson started to en counter trouble whelf one Rhot landed behind n tree and a drive on tho twelfth found the woods. Before the spell of misfortune was over Mrs. Jackson lost three consecutive holes. With visions of victory looming up Mrs. Toerge then slumped, putting weakness costlnT her tho fifteenth and sixteenth and the match. GOLF SUMMARIES. Chamnlonshln Sixteen Serrl-flnal Hound- Mrs. H. A. Jackson, Greenwich, defeated Mr. Norman K. Toerge, ripins nock, .1 and 2: Mrs. Alexa BUrlinc. North Hemp- stead, defeated Mrs. Thomas Hucknall, Forest Hills. S and 3. Beaten Entht of First Sliteen Semi-final Round Miss Elizabeth Hardin, Essex Coun ty, defeated Mrs. J. I.. Anderson, Cherry Valley, n and 4; Miss Eleanor SI. Mellon. Morris Country, won from Mrs. C. N. towier Jr., Haltusroi, by tierauit. Second Sixteen Beml-flnal Round Mrs.. Tercy Intalls, Essex County, defeated Mrs. imam nnuvere. uunwnoaie, ana .Mrs. Courtland Smith, Glen Kldge, defeated Mrs. J. J. Thomson, Slwanoy, 4 and 3. Third Sixteen Semi-final Hound Miss Louise Patterson, PlalnfleUl. defeated Mrs. N. I'. Roirerr, llaltusrnl, 4 and 2; Mrs. S. 8. Laird, Wakgyl, defeated Mrs. Seaward Presser, Enlewood, 2 up. Fourth Sixteen Beml-flnal Round Mrs. J, C. Fireman, Uelleclalre. defeated Mrs. n, C. MaeMlllen New York Golf, 2 up; Mrs. 1,. N. Do Vausney, Montclatr, defeated Mrs. J. It. Wright, St. Albans, 2 up. - Fifth Sixteen Seml-flnal Round "illss n. Sellck, (ilen Hideo, defeated Mrs. T. 11. Nollson, Mackensack, 4 and 2; Mrs, Getrge Murname, alen Uldge, defeated Mrs. J. II. Drake, Morris County, 2 and I. II. V Will. Naau: Out ... 4 2 6 4 4 4 B 5 J 2G In 4 6 4 5 4 5 5 6 S 41 77 Lyne would have had no difficulty in remembering his score without keeping a card. "1 had three 4's, six B's, seven 4's, a S and a 3 for the eighteen holes," he said. "The most consistent card I ever returned In my life." Grantland Rice of Soundvlew returned an 84, but withdrew as he could not re main for thu match play. John N. Stearns Jr. of Nassau had 42 40 8'J. a sjrokc hotter than Hamilton K. Kerr of Greenwich. J. s. Worthlngton, Westchester County champion, was another to return an $?,, the same total as W. U Hicks of Nassau. The first and second match rounds will bo concluded to-day, with the eeml-flnals nnd llnal to-niorruw. The leading scores follow: HI16T SIXTEEN. H. W. Win, Nassau oX,er. Ln' Okmor.: 41! SH ,8 Max Marston, Meilou ::.) 411 -,3 Captain Tlppett. England 40 40 80 ewln, Ilroolillne 42 SH M j- jy."1' National Links ....59 41 w w i '.l"'. Ga,rdtn city 43 .-17 80 . 11. Ithett, Garden City 40 41 81 lkm Parker. Garden City m 42 ol Oardlnor White, Nassau 8:1 42 SI '' W. Vt'oolworth, Hcranton 10 42 82 John N. Stearns Jr., Nassau 42 40 8' Grant Peacock Cherry Valley ....311 44 83 Hamilton If. Kerr, u enlch ..,.40 4.1 S3 b; worthtnstnn. Hl "1,,y 4; o S3 W. I lllcks, Nassau 42 41 kj . . OTHER SUOIttSa. L. G. Splndler. fo IIUu 44 40 si John M Wurd, Garden City 41 44 85 (. I4. Richard, Engineers ,..45 40 M O. I,. Anderson, Cherry Valley ..41 41 RS p. a. Urown Jr.. sit. Klsco 41 42 8.-, A'adc)' llockaway Hunt 44 42 80 8 l. Newton. Virginia 4:1 43 8(1 A. M Urown. St Georga's 44 go Clinton Elll'itt. Cherry Valley ,...4J 44 8f llaall Harris, Apawamls 43 44 87 13. II. Knowlltn, Garden City ...,44 43 87 w. 11. poiiftt. vox inns :;4? i B C. Mation, Garden Clly 40 47 87 S. T. Keating, Plnehurst 44 44 g8 llajlma KasawkM, Toklo 45 43 88 B. 1.. Heard Jr., Oakland, 44 44 gu W. McConvllle, Garden City ...... 43 4J 8S J, A. Fuller, Richmond County ,.4:1 43 88 Cronell Hadden, Nassau 411 4" Leon F. AUmtt, Nassau 4 11 4 II. I,. Dovny, Anawamla 47 42 J. T Adunis, Che.ty Valley 13 4; :j H. II lilwin. Cherry Valley 4; 41 im U. W. Nash, Itockanay ,,,.45 45 V0 HUNTER LOSES GOLF SEMI-FINAL T 15. W. Holderness Deats Form er Champion 2 Up and 1 1 to Play. PRESTWICK, ENG., Jlay 26 Willlo Hunter. British Amateur Champion of 1921 was defeated In tho semi-finals of this year's cham pionships this afternoon by E. W. Holderness, of Wnlton Heath, 2 and 1. ritESTWICK. Ensland, " May 2, Willie Hunter, British amateur cham pion, won his way Into tho semi-finals of tho Amateur Golf Chomplonshlps hero to-day, defeating Capt. E. F, Car ter In tho sixth round, 1 up. , Harold II. Hilton was defeated 4 and 2 by E. AV. Holderness. In the other six round matches, Rob ert Scott Jrt. Of Qlascow. defeated Roenr Wet Vi o rfl n f WnmtAann .. -j 1. And John Caven, Cochran ' CAstle, heat W. Mackenzie. Maretnti Trll . tho 22d hole. YOUNG SEERING'S BOWLING FEATURES TOURNAMENT. Yountj Wally Seerlnff, Die Bill Grahl's phenom, came to tho front again last night In championship fashion when he outclassed Steltcr of tho Orphcum team In the Individual event of the Eastern Alley Owners' Association Three-Man and Individual Tournament. He aver aged 239.C0 for his flvo games, winning ror nimseir nigh average away from home. Ills record bowling of last night stands us the feature of the tourna ment, as Steltcr, his victim, was the former high average man and ono of the most seasoned veterans of the bowl ing gamo. The Bronx Centrals were tho victors In the three-man event, beating: the Or pheums In both games. The second gamo between these two teams went twelve frames, the Bronx Centrals win ning out In the twelfth with a score of 66 to their opponents' 47. The Itegents were the victors on their home alleys against the visiting Hunt's Point trio in both their games, and their ritan Kramer brought their ncademy further honors by beating Cohn of Hunt's Point in the individual. Yale Oarsmen Have Given Up English Stroke NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 26. Itadl- cal changes have been mode In prepar ing "tho Yale crow for the final race with Harvard on June 23 at Now Lon don, hj a result of successive defeats by Pennsylvania, Columbia. Cornell and Princeton. These became known yesterday, when tho work of rcrlgglng tho boats ac cording to the American style was com pleted. The Rowing Committee Is of tho opinion that tho fault thus far this season has been with the rigging, and. beginning Monday, all the shells were changed over and the English style rig ging wus abandoned. As a result of these changes the stroke will be changed to the extent of adapting Itself to the American rig, and the English stroke, which was In troduced in 1014 by Guy Nlejcalls, and which with various modifications Was followed by Mather Abbott nnd the Corderrys, has been abandoned. Whether this will improvo Yale row ing is a question, but it certainly will satisfy the large number of graduates who have written Into the Yale authori ties after each defeat and demanded a return to tho old Bob Cook stroke. Besides abandoning the English Mrolf . the rowing authoiltles have put Georgt Corderry In complete charge of the var sity, while his younger brother Jim Co- lerry, who coached the crew after thu departuic ot Uuy Nlckalls last June, will devot" his attention to the fresh men. From the varsity squad two crews will be selected, one which will average about 173 pounds In weight and the other ten pounds lighter. Which of these crews will be the one to race against the Harvard Varsity may not bo decided until the week of the race, after both c-tv.s hare been tried out at Gales t'etry. I'n t.aratory to the cliang In thu ptt'.ke mnj In order to get ac customed to the new style of rigging, all of the o!K from now until tho crew leavu for the Ferry, June 4, will bo done on the harbor Instead of the HousaUmlc. This will consist largely of tubbing unit individual i.Ucntlun to the candldat-i. Capt. Langhomo Glbfon will be un able to row In the race ogulnst Harvard at New London, owing to a strulueil buck. Illmi-ii llcnts Onklry In Nnrtli stlile I'm Mli Tourney. Supportlns r'1' cannon-ball service by a whirlwind attack at the net Elliott H. iilnzen, tho title holdor, reached the seml-flnal round of the North Hide championship lawn tennis singles on thu courts of the University Heights Club yesterday. Uinzen lifted his game to Its most brilliant flights as ho defeated Hugh Oukley, one of the stars of the Montrlair Athletic Club, by a score of 01, 63. Ulnzen's service, with Its high bound ing hall, compelled Oakley to move back of his baseline. As Uinzen went to the net In all of tho rallies the distance severely handicapped Oakley. Even so tho Montclalr player put form nts nest In tho way of drives. He kept Uinzen on tho move anj It was only the speed nnd iDniurknhly elfcctivo control of the champion that assisted him to come through In ftiiilfli sets to couple with llerlx ri 1. wimn In the soinl-llnal bajlc to-Ud. ON BR ISH LINKS L SPORT BULLETINS BOSTON COLLEGE Boston CoIIcko not an early lead The Hubltes counted eight runs In tho second Inning on seven hits, two passes, an error and two passed balls. Peterson was knocked out ot the box In this Inning. WINN 8AY8 MORVICH WILL RUN AT LATONIA. Col. Matt Winn, General Manager of the Kentucky Jockey Club, an nounced at Cincinnati on his return of Benjamin Block, owner of Morvlch, tho Kentucky Derby winner, that .Morvicn win enter the $50,000 special utTby at LAtonla, which opens Its mooting on June t. ARGENTINE WINS AT POLO. In the seml-flnal play for the Whitney Tolo Cud tho Argentine A team composed of t,. Nelson, J. Nelson, E. drny-Poarson 8 team at Hurllngham, S to 4. ED WALSH UMPIRES FOR OLD TEAM. Ed Walsh, pitching Idol of the American I;aguo a decade ago when ho was the "Big Moose" of tho Chicago White Sox hurling staff, returned to Comlskey field yesterday as a participant in a ball game for the first tlmo since the season of 1916. He is to umplro the Brown series. AXTELL WIN8 ANOTHER FOR CITY COLLEGE. Pitcher Axtell, the aUr of tho City College of New York bnscbnll team, added another brilliant victory to his I to 1 victory over the Manhattan Collego nine at tho Stadium. BARNE8 AND HAGEN BEATEN AT GOLF. Tommy Armour and Cuthbert Butchard sprang a surprlso at Rye when in an clghteen-holo match they defeated Jim Barnes and Walter Hngen two up and one to play. REACH OELEBRATE8 "Al" Reach, ona of two who aro taseball team of the late sixties, celebrated his eighty-second birthday yes terday. Ho spent part of tho day on tho golf links, his favorite recreation. WHITTED PURCHASED BY TOLEDO BALL CLUB. Georgo Whltted, 'third baseman of the Brooklyn National League Club, has been purchased by the Toledo Club of the American Association nnd will play third base for (ho local club, Roger Bresnahan, President of the club, announces. It Is understood he will bo made manager. PUBLIC LINK8 GOLFERS HOLD TOURNEY AUG. 28. Tho first national amateur publlo links golf championship tournament will be held on the municipal courso at Ottawa Park, Toledo, Aug. 28 to 31, it was announced, following a conference In Toledo betweon offlcluls of the Toledo Dhtrict Golf Association and James Standlsh, Detroit, represent ing the Executive Committee of the United States Golf- Association. The qualifying round of thlrty-slx holes will bo played Aug. 28, and the thirty two players having lowest scores will participate in the first round, starting the following morning. Tho second, third and seml-flnal rounds, consisting of eighteen holes each, will bo played on Aug. 29 and 30, and tho finals on Aug. 31. TILDEN AND SHIMIZU ON TRAVER8 ISLAND COURTS. Zenzo Shlmlzu and William T. Tllden, who fought out a desperate five set match In tho Davis Cup challenge round lost summer, will appear on the Travcrs Island courts of tho New York Athletic Club on Sunday afternoon In a series of exhibition matches. (Fistic News POLLOCK and Gossip " Frank Flournoy, matchmaker of Madison Square Oarden, has decided to ataire Ms next ihow In tin blf endotur on May 31. He has not made u.i his main bout as yat, but It will probably, be between Peppar Mar tin and Sammy Sieger or Midget Smith and Joa Lynch. Tommy Nobl will moet Kid The Battery of Fordham Team Goes to Majors Although the Fordham baseball team can't be placed among tho load ers In the collegiate baseball world this year, it showed Columbia, Yale, Boston College, and Catholic Univer sity what tho lower end of the llnal score looks like. The loss of McNamara and "Ed" Cousneau, a great battery, dealt n sad blow to the team. A great deal of the success of the Maroon so far this season depended upon these men. Both playeri are soon to be seen in tho big leagues. Cousneau has been cornered by McGraw, nnd McNamara by tho Chicago White Sox. Vlnnle Cuvanaugh, n- sophomore, who came out this year In u baseball suit to try und make the second team, Is the real "find" of tho Maroon team this year. Ho cinched the shortstop's position on the first tenm, from whence he displaced "Ed",Mal ley, a rcgulur from last year's line-up. Louis Vanderback, tho extraor dinarily tall member of the pitching staff, is another man who Is good and will bo without doubt tho mainstay of the Btaff orf the 1923 nine. He did not do so very well this year. Because of his height he is very slow In fielding bunts. I Jo also enn hit the hall fairly well for a pitcher. Fordhnm has yet to pluy 1'iinctton, Lehigh and Georgetown. The last team is the wonder of the land below the Dixie line. They are an unbeaten team In collegiate baseball. .Miss WalnwrlKlit to Swim In Title Meet. Helen Walnwrlght, who Is looming up as the greatest female swimmer of the year. Is the latest Olympic star to en ter for the Inaugural swimming meet of the year in tho open air pool of ihi Brighton Beach Baths next Tuoadoy al 'ternoon (Memorial Dayj. She wi.l If a starter In tho 150-yard Invitation ran Miss Walnwrlght is the present i o l er of the national championships ui i.'. 200 and 603 yards. Two weeks ago broke Hthelda Ulelbtrey record for 40j yards. Experts regard Miss Walnwrlght. who Is only sixteen yenrs old, as a be: ter aM r, round aquatlo performer than Miss ptrll.trey. FriKli Kmirks Out Illdr.r. Danny Krush last night knocked oui Charlie Hyder of Stntcn Island In the seventh round of what was to have Lccn a twelve-round contest In tho Rink Sporting Club In Brooklyn Ky der's seconds tossed the towel Into the ring to have the Staten Islander from further punishment. Ryder had Krush In a had way In the second rounu. ..it Krush managed to weather tho norm. In this stanza Hyder sent 1'riuli In the canvas with a hard right hander ti the Jaw. nob Meirtln, A, R. V. C'liniilon, ftcurrs Ilia OBth K. II. ELDORADO, Ark., May 2C- Hob Mar tin, A. E, F. champion, scored his Mth knockout against Sailor BUI Moi. bo fore the American Legion h"re last night. Maxon was sent to the land of ilicsms for good In the third roui..i of their battle. Maxon wa dini' 'l three tlmws In the siivid wrm i onco tUftln in the thlid U foro II". put over a K. O. f BEATS YALE NINE. on Yale and won by a scote of 11 to 7. from this clly that ho has tho nssttranco Knco nnd tho JlS.OOU nriricd uiiona Miles and I.. l.accy, defeated tho Cow- long string by pitching his team to n BIRTHDAY ON LINKS. left of the old Philadelphia Athletic Sullivan of Brooklyn In another twelve .round so. The flrat boxing show of the summer sea son at llockaway Beach will be held tu-nlght by the Steeplechase A. a. Ilenny Valuer of New York will take on Jimmy Cooney of llarlcru In the main so of tnelva rounds, while In the other twelve round scrap Charley PllUlneton of New York mcti Bert Spencer ot Druoklyn. Jack Marlowe a, Al, Tlernun Iz roumli. Tom Olbboni, the crack SI. TauU Hunt heavyweight, wilt fliure In another batfto on Monday nlfht. He will hook up with Sailor Martin, the 8taten Island heavyweight, In a twelve-round go at a show to be brought oft at Louisville, Ky. Martin has fought Al. Roberta and other heavlen, but he has never been agalnit uch a stiff puncher as albbona. Champion Jack Urltton, who hai von several fights In the West, will try and add another victory to his Hat to-night, aa he la alated to swap punches with Hay Lang, the Western welterweight. In a ten-round, ucl- lon bout, at an open-atr show at Oklahoma City, Okla. Elme'r Began, the welterweight of De troit, will make hli flrat appearance In a bout In this vicinity on Monday night. He wa matched to-day to battle Marly Sum mers, the New York welterweight, In one of the preliminary cotiteits to the fifteen-round to between Hilly Mleke ot St. I'aul and Capt. Hob ftoper ot Chicago at the next how of the Academy A. C. ot the Ilroni. Because Midget Smith was three-quarteri ot a pound overweight for hli bout with Kid Kohler at the Freeport Sporting Club on last Monday night, a man named Hus man, manager of Kohler, demanded that Smith's manager turn over to htm a forfeit ot $200. The club haa been suspended by the Boxing Commlailon pending an Investigation. Sam Wallach says: "The dark hone who may spring the real sensation on June !, when Tendler and Barrett meet In Tidily," li Harl Prance, the California lightweight, In his four bnutn tlteie lie liae ilerlelvely nulppi'd lMdle Wagond, Young Krne and Vmng llcno and slopped Jimmy Murphy In five rounds. France's Weetcrn record In eludes, referee's decision otr Clonle Talt and Phil Salvador and ten-round draws with llymle Gold and Krankle Karren ' As Pete Herman nf New Orleans Is due to arrive In New York to-day. he will be aaked by the Boxing Commission to fight hie next bout at the Academy A. C. at Dyckman Oval provided the matchmaker wants his services, Herman disappointed the club officials by not fighting there be cause of an Injured shoulder. Teter Hofclr. the crack welterweight of Delg'.iim, uhn Has won ever' fight be has an far fought hi this counti. was signed up to-day for another battle by hie man ager, I.eo I'lyiiii. lie will go agsiuet Jimmy Jones of Youncstown, O., for tnehe round at Canton, O., on May 29. The bout between Terry Mcllugh. the ciark AllMltown balmlm, and Carl Tie mains, scheduled to-night, but which had to be poatponed because Mcllugh hurt his hand training, will be held In Buffalo June 8. Johnny Darcy, the good New York light weight, will hook up with Jimmy Pruzzettl the New England battler. In a ten-round bout at the Casino A. O. of rail Hirer, Maa., to-night. Darcy hae been fighting In great form In the laat few month" and hl friends expect to fee him outpoint I'rui tettl. A match hae teen riin'hed between Dave Il'u' niH-rg, the good Hiookivn iit.ddlewelahi it- ' Tommy llobaun of Maiden, Mans. The., will 'ome together In a twelve-round go. , a ii I'leion, at the next houi g show nf the Broadway Inhibition Allocution of Brook n on Monday night The next Important tuht to be r tu t, t t Philadelphia will be the eight-round go t, tween Lew Tfn'ller and Hobby llar-ef ie promlelng light. Igli . tit I'h ,y i' tli. i'hliadrlp'iU I, " ! h.i. 'j 'ih advance sale nf tlri ?- ,'Mt 'n'o-t. M.et the gate rereitite mi! Hiiuiiint to o ISU.GUO. INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK AND FIELD MEET OPENS TO-DAY Big Baltic for Suprcimn Promised Between Bast and West Teams. BOSTON, May It, Tho question of 192- supremacy between collego ath letes of the East and of tho West will be answered In the Harvard Stadium to day and to-morrow In tho forty-sixth renewal of the annual track and field games of the Intercollectato Association of Amateur Athletes of America, first held In 1876, California, the first Institution from west of Michigan to outrun, oiitjump nd outthrow the cream of Knstorn colleg-e stars, will defend tho champion ship It won last year. Increased opposi tion from tho West will be furnished by Inland Stanford University, which made only a fair showing in 1921, ljut three weeks ato tied the Uolden Bears at 61 points In their annual (tunl meet. Not only will the Intercollegiate meet decide the lntorcolleglate tracl superi ority of the two seaboards, but also tho holder of the Taclflo Coast champion ship, because of the tie at Berkeley, af fording; the Western Invaders a double Incentive. California won over Ilarvurd last year by one-half point, accumula ting a total of 7',4. Stanford totalled only 16. Athletes representing thlrty-tliree col leges, the vast majority from tho Hast. re expected to toe tho mark. Now In tercolleglato and, perhaps, now world's records, may bo established, tho Har vard Stadium oval being considered one of the fusteat cinder paths In the coun try. Its only equal being Franklin Field. Philadelphia, the Unlvorslty of Pennsyl vania course. The leading record of points since, the first championship meet, which was won by Princeton in 1876, follows, fractions of points being disregarded: Winners. , 1st. :d. .Id. Pts. Harvard 1.1 111) I'JH M 717 Yale H 11.1 nil HH 7H1 Cornell I) .111 4il III Mil IVim u lll.l j HI M I! IK Columbia :i n:i ni lit u Princeton 2 1)3 Wl 40 40H Michigan I N lit IN 21.'. California t H 7 12 UK) Dartmouth n 22 2u l.i 1!r Syracuse 0 12 13 4 110 Carpentier Says That He's Willing To Battle Greb PABIS, May 26 (Associated Press). Georges Carpentier Is ready and, anxious to defend ills title of light heavyweight champion of the world against Harry Greb as soon us the best arrangements can be made. He Is desirous of show ing Americans that, although beaten by u heavier mull, lie can hold his own with unybody of bis weight In the world. In the absence of Francois Descamps, Carpcntler's manager, who Is nwuy In tho country, no reply has yet been sent to tho offer made by "Tex" Hlckard fo a match between Cnrpcntlcr nnd Ureb for a purso of fir.0,000, the buttle to take place at Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jer sey City, cither In July or August. Car pentier said to-day thnt It was his opin ion no French promoter was likely to meet thu offer of Rlckard and that It was probablo a fight with Greb would take plnco In the United States. xxmotci Swimming Suits MANHATTAN 500 Fifth Ae cor. 42d St. 20(1 Broadway, at Fulton St. 1?1 'V 125th St., rr. Seventh Ave. Mad Hatter's And Sennings Park Racesd Show Uncertainty ofSpor, Couldn't Keep Up With Lat ter at Jamaica; Runs Away From Him at Belmont. By Vincent Treanor. IF ANYTHING Is needed to Illus trate the uncertainty of racing, tliti running of the. Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont Park yesterday furnished it. Mad Hatter, straight from two defeats by Sennings Park, rnn nwny from Ills rival in the sUko with what scorned ridiculous cose, und In covering tho mllo In 1.36.1-0 hung up a new record for the annual clasHlc. What excuse can bo made for startling- Improvement? Laat tlmo they met, In the Iing Bench Handi cap. Sennings Park, with 121 pounds on his back, tiptoed tho Itnncocas colt with 128 up all the way. Yes terday Mad Hatter had 12D to'toto, nnd Sennlncs Park had no trouble maintaining a lead of from one to four lengths, on the Fair Play colt, while ho ran a mile, fractionally, In .21, .1S1-S, 1.13 1-5 and 1.S8 1-6. Mad Hatter evidently couldn't keep up with such pace, but yesterday In tho Metropolitan ho flew by fate ful after a half mllo In .16 2-5, then went on to the five-eighths in .Gs, the three-quarters in 1.10 2-5 and the mile In 1.36 3-5. Hnrd to understand, lun't It7. It Is possible that Mad Hatter Bites the Heliuint track bettor than he did at Jamaica. It tnnyTiu a illffeient soil. If thla Is true, It would seem only fnlr to tho public to have him confine Ills racing to that particular course Such form reversals are not only mystifying, hut they make nt- 1 Ml 1AEC0KATI0N Day it Ike open in I of Ike out-Joor action We are keidqutrteri lor every wortini steel and atoll raoder- itelr priced. FEW OF OUR SPECIALS AMERICAN LEAGUE BASEBALL BATHING SUITS Mtn't Athletic Cat; Pare Weratid White Black lack or T Is h t e. or New Vltnnr! r ants am white. belt Com. nleta . Alan Blank Navx or Ox fords at aame nrlre. Rverlaat Guar antee with, CS3E n Ni n.u.i IIAT l.fnilaillle m It iiii" s:.-.'n KNITWEAR JOF QUALITY 5 STORES 5 571 Fulton St. 902 Park Ave. - Uieit l.icnlllg Midi IS rtlittHlofwjy j ne BASEBALL SHOES -Ok 1 it nv 1 .50 Oa 1 Ml Metropolitan tempt at sfllenUflo handicapping, sTt52 wasto of time. ' Md Hatter sulked nt the end ot th ynd of th v liindo In It np.atVl 1 had been , l,v,--V'.tl'J. Metropolitan mile nnU Siindc lucky in thnt ho didn't begin tlie eighth polo. If Careful on tho Inside of him at tho tline;jU)6 Itancocas colt might have swenrtdf over to the rait in those laaf'tiVl strides and been beaten. At tliat'ttiejy llllv rnn n L-rent rnc n,t line .infant was prouamy iue to that three-muu- tor In l.lCr 2-6 more than to nnythtns elso. Tom Hralcy had her fit, sent her to the post business like and on her toes, and although Jockey Jimmy Uutwell did hla part, he couldn't cope with the dassllnr; epeed which .Mad Hatter displayed with such start-riT ling suddenness. Mad Hatter was bred nt the NursV hlrlxry of August Helmont. who t ownca notn sue ana utim. Ho Is bjr Fair Play, out of Madcap, by I'.ocV snnd, and is bred on the same ll'hei ns Man o" Wnr. Hlldreth bought Mad Hatter enrly In his throe-yea old form, as Mr. Ilohnont wna not racing nt that time, loiter oit he1'"'! bought the dam, Mnd Cap with rV foal by Fnlr Play nt foot, nnd this m'eatS mare la niyv one of the treasured r j-q members oC the brood mare bond of, Mr, Sinclair's Itancocas Stud. Thw '" was n lot of applause for Mad Wat ter when he returned to the ataiW.Ke?'' This liorso lias Improved wonderfully CT in looks slnco Inst year, nnd Is now superb specimen of the thoroughbred. ' He may be depended upon to curry on the Hastings line in the stud. The beautiful cup which Mra. Payne Whitney is offering; as' trophy In connection with tho Clmrlea 1.. Applcton Memorial Htccplechftso, " which will he mn to-morrow, wa - : displayed on the lawn during the -of?, pj ternoon. It wns greatly admired and. In n tine cxnmple of the goldsmith's" nrt. 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