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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922.
OTHER SPORT NEW RULES VIRTUALLY BAR DEMPSEY-WILLS BOUT HERE Boxing Commission Would Require Promoters to Give Bond of $250,000 and to Provide 40,000 Seats at $2 Each With $15 as the Top Price. By Ed. Van Every A world's heavyweight championship boxing contest lu the State cf New York between Jack Dempsey and Harry Wills may bo regarded as a dream that will never be realized. Hero ato the paramount conditions that will bo Imposed by the Now York State Athletic Commission upon the person, or persons, who would essay to bring the whlto and black pugllUtlc kings Into the same ring: Forty thousand admissions at not more than Z each; arrangements to comfortably scat not less than 100,000 persons; a security of J250.000. Those surprising stipulations wcrov outlined for The Evening World by William Muldoon, Chairman of tho Hoxlng Commission, In nn exclusive interview In which tho writer endeav ored to learn Juat what Is retarding tho consummation of tho much mooted "ring battle of tho century," i pugilistic feast that makes the In ternational affair between Dempsey ami Carpentler seem Uko "very small potatoes." "On tho outcome of the Drmp-sey-Wills bout, if held in New York," declared Muldoon, "the fu ture of the boxing game rests, not only it this State, but in every State where boxing is coun tenanced. New York is the Em pire State, and it pugilism is given a black eye here and the game is killed in the leading State it will not live long cite where. "Since the challenge filed by Harry Wills for the njrht to a mectlnir with J.tck Dempspy was rec.ignlr.cd by this rumnuss.on and was followed by the s -;miirr of nn agreement netween the pair Pome two months ago. a score of reasons have been aavnnced as to why exerytlnng In connpction with tl re time and place of meeting be tween Dempsey and Wills has not a'.-r.idy be-n definitely settled. "It hus been hinted that Dempsey Is not anxious for a meeting with the colon d rhamp'on; that xlitlr.il rea- f ns balk the match, and many other wild rumors liie been circulated blaming the Boxing Commission. "Only two conditions wait on final arrangements for the match a bona fide bid from a respon sible promoter and tho assurance of safeguards as will guarantee that tho match can in no way re flect on the good name of boxing or leave any ill-flavored after math. "Tlipro tins boon talk to tic effect th t Pemjuey liny been made an of Ur of 3"'i per cent, of the .lat from i I i'i, and ilmt be ha? Insisted up n a guarantee of $230,000 for his t .n tn o tn a contiait. with another uun p'llil owi rn the d'iy of the t ; t Tills commission has no i-vl-di ii' r :n et of any surh offrr, and If u i,t,i Ire ; iii.-c, that lii'tnpsey. I i r,i gii uiiiiagri. lias insisted up' n my such gimrantro his license i'i i. ie!od. "This commission is atlsf eil that i re', Dempney is honest In h.a iutcn I mi tn .lhlcle by our ruling, wh'ch m f. that he must take up the chtil bmr' ol Ilan-v Wills. He has s cn-d l,r i sum i.ient to me-'t hi: h nletmei, and w 'ipn thf proruoteiH do their pat t Di in .vt- wl ' live 'in tn h' .iTnp v . , . ( it h'n title in tl.w Mte rt 'M So iuik'i lor Hie rh,uii,,n. "I tl" p.-nmutiM' he miisi be. us :! -;aly cud, rPHponBililo nut alone ' nui'iiiu. but must imnlr.r" of hit i ;.iiil!itv to handle such a gir.it un ,1, t.i'tms as ii iiinteli thi'l will draw ti t I -s than 100,000 poisons Tht i -i.i1 securit of fn.OOO, which in .-I ' rl, ;,oitcr1 bv every Iion.iij; ilub. m nnlinng in n ra.ic of this kind. ; tl' inoinotei who would handle i 1 , mpspy-Wllls mati li th nit big "oittlt :. hind n soiur t of Sjr.O.OOO m fiinriMitee that he will c.iirlui't Hip in iti ii in xuch fashion us will inert ii .ipprnvil of the public, then he I not big enough to bo acceptable to t1 New York iitato Athletic Com- m if'on "The jiulillc in tint be safeguarded i n n ill i ii. )ti v nli'tiPe and Impnsl- I n To I Ms finl we shall insist I hit II" eliili 1 ii'iisn.l to hod the Wllls- p. ini'sc j natch will bo of such . ih'Mv :i ' to cnmfortnbly provide - ." r 'i nut hss than lnO.000 . i,n,it "And that there will be no sua ncion of a hole'-up of the public hit commission will insist that Iteie will be a general admitsion 'c not Icon than 40,000, and that 'leie '10,000 spectators will not bo asd over $2 each for the priv ilege of witnessing tho contest." i n, .ondition that the club prlvil r i,i I' ,i"ld the Dempsey-Wllls match must provide a 100,000 seating c.i I ,ii it v narrows down t he scene of bat t ' r- in this c ty to just two sites, the lii minds, where the ltepubllc i ' h.is uiht been licensed to con dint b"mg matcnes, or the new Ymkee stadium, now In course of ( MiMMrucinui as the homo of the New York Amiilc.in league Haseball i'i ii), which has not yet applied for a license and probably will not be iradv before net spring. Either of tin be sites would bo sat -turtory, nr.,1 the tcsponslblllty of tho barkers of boing entrrprijxM at either of these stadiuniH would doubt less prove satisfactory to the Inves tigations of the Hoxing Commission Tho filing of a floO.OOO security would not bo an iinsurmountablc do- mand. nut the stipulation that 40.000 Miectatora would bo permitted an eye ful of the big bout for the small sum of 2 Is decidedly something el3e again. Tex Rlckard, or any other promoter who entertains Ideas of staging the Dempsoy-Wllls fracas In this city, will figure something Uko this: '40,000 admissions at $2 each means that al most half of tho entlio seating ca pacity will bring n financial return of only $S0,000. Wtlh a low price of $2 the balanco of the admission would most likely range front $5 to $15, or an average admission of $7.f0 for no, 000 persons, which would figure up not over $450,000, or a total of $550,000. A gross receipt of $550,000 is hardly likely to appeal to either the promoters or the world's champion and his manager, Jack Kearns. Dompsoy drew down $300,000 for his end from tho bout with Carpontler a year ago last July at Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey ,City, on which occasion the gross receipts wars $1,626,580. Tho conditions of tho Now York Commission may drive the Demp-sey-Wills fight to this same arena, which seats 90,000. However, Mr. Muldoon Is not in terested In the purso dreams of either Dempsey and Kearns or Tex Ttickard or any other promoter. "This commission has but one pur pose," said Muldoon. and his light blue eyes glinted us he diow himself erect, and William Muldoon Is still very much a fine, upstanding flguic of a man, In spite of his teventy- seveti years. "Our purpose Us not to e'evate boxing, but to keep it clean And it Is a hard business, still we are getting results. "Two days of each wecK I spend eight to ten hours a day In the offices , of this commKilun; during the two days I try to do six das' work, anil the only recompense l take for my trouble Is my car fare from my home to this office. Man) nights I lay awn ko struggling with the many pioblems that I face un Chairman of the New York State Athletic Com mission no one knows the half of them. "They s.iy I am opposed to the in terests of the colored race In m araclty here, notwithstanding that 1 have ghen Harry Wills a chance to make more money In one bout than he lus probably made In his entir areer, and haie forced tne whiti champion to rn"ognie his challenge: they s.iy that Now York fighters are being favored here for the titles we ti.ive declared vacated by champions who were lax In the defenfe of their honors, and yet one of the first chal lcngi'3 recognized for the father weight title was 'that of Danny Krush not n New York boxer. "lint the biggest problem of all is the handling of this Dempsey-Wills mi.tch. And It must, It w.ll In handled in such a way as nut to iropardixe tne box ng garni within the territory of this commission. PATTERSONCHAMPION, SAY FRENCH SOLONS rAHIn, Sept. 0 ( ..ciclated PusM Tin French 1 emits redeiatlon recog tilzes Gerald Patterson of Australia as the grass court lawn tennis champion of the world, despite his defeat In the Davis Cup matches st l'orest Hills I William T. TUdtii 2d of Philadjlpnla It was said ypsteiduy. The French Federntlon aljo will con slder ll-iirl t'orhet ns the hard court champion by virtue of his victory early this summer at Hrussels. Tho Federation reserves liberty of action with regard to the siigxeV.ion iccently made that the world cham pionship tournaments be held alter nately in America and England, with the Davis Cup matches to bo p'ayed every four years. It is suggesleu iii.it this matter bo reterreu to ine inter national Lawn Tennis Federation EBBETS FIELD CLUB TO BE UNDER BAN The club license of the Lbbets-Mi-Keever Corporation, op-ratlng ns a ho Ing organization at r.hbets Field, Bionk lyn, was ordered suspended at yester day's meeting of the State Athletic Com mission, pending an Investigation of the club's method of distributing popular prtred tickets. Chairman William Mul doon of the commission announced the bUHpe nslon, which, he said, would take effect following the Willie Jarhsn-SM Marks bout scheduled for to-night at the Brooklyn plant. Unl the fact that tin club hail completed all ariaiiKeinems foi to-night's card, and a desire on the part of the commission not to Intetfeu with the bouts on the eve uf the lolitests, pre vented tho commission from making the club's suspension effective Immediately. mm'tiiuhv rLvnit ni:it.iLi5i)i Wimt'KKH.s III, AH LI). JACKSONVILLE, Kla.. Sept. 6. De rallment of the Southern Hallway Itoyal Palm Limited, northbouml for Cincin nati, Just outside the railroad jardi here last nlcht, lesulted from tho actl itles of i.reckers, local ufllcluls of the Southern announced to-day. Several cars left the rails, but remained up right. No one was Injured. Two Foreign Turned ItFMSON, Jf. J.. Sept. 5. Tluuide.rouj' polo marked the second day's matches for the open championship of Amctlca at tho Itumson Country Club yesterday. Two foreign Invaders were turned back by American combinations In furi ous and spectacular matches. The crack Meadow Urook four defeatbd the L'ast cott team by 9 Roals to 4, whllo the Orange County quartet vanquished the representatives of All-Ireland by 7 goals to 4. As a result or tbeso matcnes oniv n stogie foreign team remaps In the title play, and the Argentinians, best of the Invaders, will be caueu upon 10 min a strong team for America's highest polo honors when they line up ugalnst the Shelburne team here at 4 o clock to day. The. game should do a corner, lor each team has a reputation to sustain. The meeting between me jueaaow Brook snd the Eastcott combinations r,.. ni innir to bo remembered. It brought forth tho most furious, and ln rlrtentntlv the roughest polo that has been seen In the present lournnmcm at Kumson. It was a name ior oioou. Tho urent and only Devercux Mil- burn gave a spectacular performance nf dArlnir rM M ana nruiiajii iruiuiis. No one at Kumson ever nn onu un hard as Mllburn hit twenty yesternny nrl It was Mllburn s norsemansnip ana his pounding that forced the Englishmen Into submission. MUburn's speed was needed, ror tne usually brilliant Hitchcock was a bit off etroke. Bacon hafl tew chances to do anvthlnir and handled those chances none too well, while sometimes von Stade cams through and sometimes ne did not. Mllburn always came through. On the other hand the British majors on tho Eastcott team, Lockett and Hurndall, played scorching polo white Hopping gave an astounding exhibi tion, particularly remarkable because of tho fact that he was strucK on tne .end by one of Mllburn o dynamic backhanders In tho very opening period and laid low for elRht and a half mln- (Fistic News The boxing raid scheduled for last Monday night at the New York Velo drome has been postponed until next Monday night. Tho card consisted of two twelve-round bouts between Kid Sullivan and Sammy Selger, Sammy Noble and Danny Lee; two six-round bouts between Murray Layton nnd Phi! Hosenlierg, Jim Montgomery and Billy Hamilton, nnd a four-rounder letween Louis (Jugllelmlnl and Sid Terris. Matchmaker t'lournoy announced yesterday that he Intend tn etnge thrt flret show at Mldlsnn Square Gatrlen Sept. 22, nn hlrh date two of the winners of nxt Monday nlght'a card will be placed on the pro firnnunn. It waa Impossible to atage the P"etpond hoiv durlnc thH week on account of other clutis taking up die balance of the date, and tne two days or cycling. he Uhhets-McKeever Inhibition Com pany announced to-night that the prices tor tne fsin smrKs-wiiiio jacuson bout would ranee frem one to three dollars In stead ef one to fe. Holders of box seat, who paid fhe dollars will hae tuo dul- lata i criind,.-.!. Jack llanlen tiad practically matched Larl Ilalrd, who meits Ililtli: Murphy at Clsro I'arK, Maten Island, to-night, with .tohnny Irmider at Hie (ilymplft A. A. of Philadel phia, but on Ins to DundeCs sudden Illness, tho match Is off for Hie present. .10. Stanlcj, who defeated Lew McParland of Callfrrnli at Kldgewond tlroie in a ten roui.rl b'.ut on August 20, la looking for mor weik aiound thi-se parts. Stanley baa mau good offers from Maine, where he inr d.. t'tnt liU ulth tho Pine Trcu titme fans last fall. At 'h ConinioiiMealth EpnrtltiK ' lub of Hat I -n, or Haturday nUht six t,f the tu-.t little boxera dexeloptd under the Vnller law lll participate In .1 triple event, wlih h em braces three u.i-round bouts. Joe Uunriee ef Harlem and Willie Farley are i.sned for the action In the lnd up: Ja, k Riioi' anil Pavli rlii'li In auiilhcr ten-round sett,,, and Heny Hoiriou, the eleier little pnioklyn bantamwulBhl. who neatly upset I'rankiu Jeioiue a tew months afro, will swing into a. t, "ii iitfalnst llPlliian iKIdl Sllvei III the hi d loiilid. i. Paul Iiojlr, the scinatloml nrnokLn wel leiwiiRhi. who has ben, unfortunate of late. In ecciiTlut, mauhes, experts to get Marti d soon. IIJs manager, Tony Palaiolo, fit ptes itit Is mapping out an extensile campaign foi him. which probably will Include a inauh with Jack tuition foi th Uttir'a tltln. Greater New York fan. are taking ft keen Interest ill tho heawielght battles ai hed ul.rl to he stared at the ( JiK, naboi o Klndlum In I.ons Inland city on yatuiday tilcht. when Al Iletrh, the Apollo r.f the prl'e iltig. faceb Kulor Tom Maxled. the Newark bearcat. In tne fiatutt rvinl of twelve rounds. The oiher two big f'lliws who will perform atu Ullll Moor,, the Jersey pheiinm.. and Johnny Saxon of Nuwark. Thiy die down for a lx louuder ..r-" M.rlln tlie t.rirl,' ef Ihrmklytl. Is rtorklliK haid nt Treddle elsh'a I'lirin at Summit. N J. Martin is ocrer,,,,. .u en. .... it... rln nt tin, Surf Avenue A. A. ljl.. ,1 l'..lav r.lellt. Ill I" rfect shape for he wants to deilsxely defeat Hobby Josephs, the Ilnatim hkhlwemlit fr. Iliese two hard punchers ll'"' hi the twe.ie round star bout, anil us ea.h fiKh's frum nn i finish, ii khnul'l he a thriller uf a i-rrap Josepha b a lurl that will make MlirllU IXtelld lllmseir lioor.j rri ,,iirrn Dn ,i.u nrt llirhtunllitH at,'iinrl .New l.PK land and enniea he,e to show the C.otham fana how good he la l.. . .Civaer. ttie hard '"linr Itayor.ne soutlitiaw that I'lanl, 'lt,e' Imglvy Is 1'oIiiiIkh towsrd ihe featlnrweleht title, mi ,l II Thoina. lale Idol r.f the aith PHlalou, III the stai tin ieund battle at the Ilavonne A. A. l'rlda inl'i Jimmy Tmna H'.iln. founer A I' I'lri.tnni , hairplon, takes nn 'f-'eotiy" Sli''". a Hsivonne boxer, who ts makh'8 a rn at reputation In fu,l. clrel.R .lne Ke Iter of .U'"Ark. mill a big faiorite hi Jer- l" a toiigli foe to lackle on the an - ,anl "i huldlet LBmoii of tho llroux. Pi le Heat aim and Ilnriy Kllnk. Uayonne mala, wm meet in a ape Ual slx-lound exei.l. John Marrow, inatchina..ii of the Pi'i Itj- Imcnt Armory, has st. iitm a noon pro- rr.nnnn of liouts for Kl i'le I. it'll. llUdrlt Hailndeia. colored IIkIU , MM chumploii. will men Jimmy Carlson rf II klni In the. main bout of twelve reiinds innry Kay, the tirlde of lir.enwirh i.l. Re. will tacali Young Marino of th" t ''e In the acml final of eight round Kreddle Jacks has teen tnatrlied wlfi V'rankle Hnitle. Ule i, tl"" trsuii rs.ijnt, 101 Ihe twelve. I ullllri f, llln" hi, lit of tho Itldce- wood Hportlng Club a hex ns piugrainnie for this Haturdav i.lBht. Th, ten-round semi final hrlrB toB-thet I i""k IJulll of lloston and Joe Lenunan or maren ir,iu. woe six and one four roundel un. also uu mc card. .Inlilisfiii IvnneU llnl llel nnn. I loyd Johnson nt California, Alex OrrKgalns's champion. Knocked out Joe McCaiin In I ho sixth r mud of a sclied tiled tnrlvc-rouml bun' ' the Urood A C, Newailt, lutt nlnht. NEWS Invaders Back In Polo utes. Sanford, unfortunately, worsn tbnn useless to his team. In the fourth period Mllburn stnrted an attack that swept even tho reliable and ever urcscnt Lockett aside. Seven goals were scored In three furious Periods as a resu t of Mllburn s un believable play. The great American back drove nnytblng anywltero near hhn, even with a broken mallet. In tlm fnco of Mitburn's severe strok Ing. Lockett and Hopping, and even Hurnilnll hud to forsake the comblna tion nlnv that had stood them In such Kood slead and eoncentrato on uetensive shots to the side boards. They were whipped then and the only question still to be settled was the size of tho score. The line-up follows: Mlunniv imrxHC Um. ItABTCOTT f a. Vnlal....No. 1... Sleplien Bsnford Thou. Hitchcock. ..No. - Major Hurndall K. C llscon No. ,1 J., w. iioriung Uriereux Mlltmrn..Hncl Msjor LocVett Oni; Memtow Brook Hitchcock, 3j Mil- burn. 3; Von.ilsde, Si Haron, 1. Toiai. . Ousli: EaMcott Lockett, 3; Hurndall, 1 Total. 4. GOALS BY TKnlODS. Mtsttow Urook 0 1 0 2 S .1 0 10 Uan.ett 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 04 rtcferee Capt. It. H. Hnlmea. Umpire- Harry i;tit. TimeKeepor ana scorer wui' lam II. llrwan. The all-Ireland combination gave nn excellent account of Itself In the morn Ing game. In fact, the team work nnd stroking was superior to that of the Orange County Itlders. But tho for eigners could not stand tho sustained Daco of their American opponents and lost, 7 goals to 4, after a hard-fought struggle. The line-up follows: MOHNINO GAME ortANGfl COUNTY. No. ALL-1P.ELAND, V. A. Harrlman..No. L.Capt. L. Oouldlnn c. C Humsey No. I J. A. Trench M. 8teenon No. a O. V. Douglae Morgan Uelmont. ..r.ai'K. . .Capt. K. A. QUI Goals: Orange County Harrlnian, 0 Itumse y, 1 ; Stevenaon. 1. Total, 7. GoaU: All-Ireland Douglas, GUI, 1 Gouldlnj. 1. Total, 4. goals iir rnnions. Orance County 0 12 11 0 0 27 All-Ireland 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 04 Iteferen Capt. H. 11. Holme. Umpire; Capt. Lull L. Lnrey and Jack Nelson. Tftnt k,epfr nd Score r--tvilllam H.'ltocap, Sand Gossip LONG, LON1 DRIFT IN JOINT YACHT CRUISE It was a lontr drift from Manhasset Cay to Indian Harbor yesterday, for tho first day's run of the Joint yacht crutic. It 1 in it been planned that tho start should be made at 11 o'clock, and that no yachts should bo timed after o'clock In tho afternoon, bu.t both of theso rules had to be suspended. The start was delayed nn hour be cause of lack of wind, and because of the late start and light airs all day the other rule was waived for tho day. The fleet gathered off the Manhasset Bay Tacht Club on Monday evening Sixty-eight yachts wcro entered, but the soaking all hands and the sails got cn Labor Day upset things so that only twenty-one yachts raced. H. 1". L. l'unkc managed the races from Capt. L. M. Walnw right's powc yacht Klihanee. The first start was made .il 12.05, and it took soma of lie fleet more than four hours to sail eleven miles. Tho 33-footer GeorRla, sailed by Mrs. II. F. L. Funkc, and owned by II. M. Cowperthwaite, won In her class. She beat Nimbus, sailed by H. L. Maxwell, by 2 minutes 10 seconds. In the handicap class C. A. Mars land'. Azor won easily from Young Miss. The tiny stars were able to hold ilose to the larger yacht because of tho light weather, and Dawning won by 11 sec onds from funis Minor. In a mix, d division the 6-metre yacht Nanw.i, owned bv V. .1. Wnyet. won lur flr.rt lace. Shu llnlshecl .1 niiiiute.i lis seconds abend of II. V. HucU's ictoiy sloop Muilelon. The Llils, one nf Ihe small Southampton class, was thiid. KING WATTS SCORES UNEXPECTED VICTORY HARTFORD, Conn.. Sept. 6. -Small fields start-d In the opening day's Grand Ciicuit rnccs at Charter Oak Park yestctilay, but two of tho thtee events ftirnlMhi.d plenty of exiitt ment, ami an ndilltlonal thrill was contributed by a spectacular smash-up. Lon McDonald furnished n upset when he drove Kins Watts to victory otr Hill Hharen and the great Volo, favored In the 2. OS Hot. Pluto Watts, a full brother to King Watts, raced to an cxpeeted victory In the 2.10 trot. IMIth Worthy won the three-year-old trot In a duel with Kuauty. Fred LiluiHii was knocked from hts sulky wlnn In- was turning Tallaluitehh for th" scute in tlie first boat of tin 2.10 trot. ST. PAUL TEAM HAS A. A. PENNANT ALMOST WON ST. PAUL Sept. B.--S'. Paul bus 'he American Assocluttiin pennant prac tically cinched, the Inte-it league stand ing shuns. St. Paul Is lij gain' abend of Minneapolis and li gam i ahead of liulMiiapoliH and Milwaukee and has 31 guinea left to play. Negotiations probably will be atnrti'l soon tn arriitige for the Minor L ig'i, Championship Series, probably with Baltliuoie, International Letiguo lemler INTIIK.VATIONAI, I.KA(;iJi:. V. I.. IT. I IV. I.. I't Qalto.. 99 47 .678 Toro'to 69 78 .400 Roch'er 91 57 u15 ! Reacl'a 63 83 .43J Bulfalo 88 3 58i ! Syra'o 58 92.387 J. City. 77 70 .XMlNew'k. 45 100 310 GAMES YESTERDAY. Newark, 4j Jersey City, 0 (first). Nevark, 10; Jersey City, G (secend). Reading, 6; Baltimore, 0 (first). Readinn, 8; Baltimore, 5 (7 in., 2d). Rochester, 14j Syracuse, 3 (first). Rochester, 11; Syracuse, 6 (7 in.. d), Buffalo, 7s Toronto, 2. GAMES TO-DAY. Jersey City at Newark. Baltimore at Reading, Syracun at Rochester. i JONES-GARDNER E AT FIRST EIGHTEEN Sweeiser Leads Hunter 5 Up; Guilford 6 Up on Lewis in the Title Play. STANDING AT 18 HOLES. Hobeit T. Jonos Jr., Atlnnta, and It. A. Ciiirdner. Chlcnco. nil evert. Jess Hw reiser. New York, 6 up on Willie I. Hunter. Jesse fliillford. Boston, 6 tip on KeRlnnld Lewis. Greenwich. II. It. Johnston, St. Paul, nnd W. V. McPhall. lloston. all even. J. A Oodchaux, New Orleans, one up on r. V. Itotan, Houston. Charles II. Kvnns Jr., Chlcafro, clRht up on W. C. Kownes Jr., PlttabttrBh (icorKe W. Aulbach, noston, 1 up on Cyril J. H. Tolley, Hrltlsh. Rudolph Knepper. Sioux City, 1 up on Francis Oulmet, Hoston. COUNTRY CLUR, UROOKLINE Mass., Sept. B. Four former hold ers of the natlnnnl amateur coif title and the present champion were anions the sixteen contestants who tcmalncd in tho rtmnlnR to-day fur tho 1922 championship. Two of this select company, W. C. Fowncs of Pittsburgh, who eliminated K. AV. Dyer of Upper Montclalr by a com fortable margin yesterday, and Charles Evans of Chicago, who was hard pressed to defeat John Q. An dcrson of New York in tho first round wero paired for the second round. Ideal wenthor conditions prevailed to-day. The last of tho casual water which lay on several fair ways yesterday ns a result of Mon day's rain had bctm. absorbed nnd the greens were llko velvet. Tho largest gallery of tho forenoon trailed Hobby Jones nnd Robert Clnnl ner. (innlner, first away, drove Into rough, but Jones was In tho middle of the fairway. Gardner's second wits Just short of tho green nnd he chip ped to within ten feet of tho hole, hut was short on his putt. Jones' third was close to tho pin nnd he holod out in four. Jones one tip. llnrdner outdrove Jones on the SDK yard second hole. The Chicagoan lay within ten feet of tho cup with Ills second but Jones electrified tho gnl lory with a thirty-foot putt for u birdie three, tlurdncr Just missed u chance to hnlvc. Jones, two up. On the 135 yard third Gardner's drivo was in rough. Ho played his second through the trees. Jones's second also lay In tho rough beyond the green. Gardner's Iron shot was lobt and It wan found after long search In the marsh to right of the green. Ho chipped over the green on his third nnd was fifteen feet from the cup on his fourth. Jones played back to tho hole carefully and won 5 to 6. Jones three up. On tho 300-yard fourth both were on tho green easily and then halved with fours. Gardner outdrove Hobby on tho 120-yard fifth. Their thirds lay with in five feet of the hole Jones missed an easy putt, but Gardner sank his to win the hole. Jones two up. Tho sixth was halved in par fours On tho 200-yatd seventh Jones's drivo was on the edge of green nnd he was down In three. Gardner's hi;, was short and he overplayed the hole. Jones three up. Gardner found the lough and Jones also was short on tho 3S5-yattl eighth, but Jones chipped to three feet of the hole, whllo his opponent's second was ten feet ftom the pin. The hole was halved lu par fours. Gardner won tho n nth, when Jones wan short with his second putt. Hobby's leatl was two up nt the turn Gardner took three putts on the 130 yard sixteenth hole and lost his lead and tho hole 4 to 3. Gardner dropped his Iron shot within four feet of the pin on the 360 ynrd seventeenth and ank foi a budlc three and a one up lead .igain. tin the IU0 vnid eighteenth ilurdner reached the rdgo of the green In two but Jones was n trifle short, lie played tip well, however, ami sank for u four, Gardner mixed a four foot chance to hnlvc and lost his lend, the pair finishing all sipuuu nt the end of the forenoon eighteen hole play. On the 385-yard tenth Gardner wa.i obliged to iiiashie nut of tho rough Until pluyxl to wlthi nn few feet of the hole with their thirds anil halved in pa rfour. Gardner's reciind wa son a lull ovei looking the green on the eleventh. He pitched to within four foot of the Hag, fur a blidle four. Jones just lulled to scoio n half with a ten-foot putt. Jones ono up. Gnidncr ovenetl Ihe match with a unfile two on the llO-yntd twelfth, lie dropped Ida drive within four fed of the pin and sunk his putt easily. They hnhetl the SSn-yanl thn- tr ' Ml II 111 pill' flllll S. Jones wag if, the lougli fiom the fourteenth tre. Ills second was coin 'o n mono wall, but he wus on the rlge of the green In three. A tlnrty ll -foot putt rolled across the hule. I'l.ndnnr wiih on in tline and sank In nn puttH, halving the bole. on the 375-yntd flltecntli Gaidnei loomed olf a tremendous drive, li"Pd his Iton shot within eight t of the pin nnd s.inl, lot ii birdie re nnd n oni'-up b.id MACMILLAN ARRIVES AT NOVA SCOTIA PORT t;iplnrntl(tn 1'ftrt.r lletiirn I'rmii Yv-tir In relli llrKlitns. SYDNEY. N. S., Sept. B - The limitary exploration schooner How. rloin, carrjlng Donald II MaeMllhtn i nil party, nnlvrd In th" harbor this 1'irmng ftom liaflln I lav The expedition ret out fmm lloston . war ago nnd has liecn in Hie Aiclic regions since that time. MATCH ALL EN Takes ihe Knock Gives Them New Compound for Gas Predicted as Wonder U'orkcr for Motors. I'l i rsiIl.'lU'.ll, Sept. 6. Experiments that will Int rease the efficiency of gas oiiglno operation and give tho gallon of gasoline ns arc now possible, were described hero by Thomas Mldgely Jr. nnd 'P. A. Royd, of tho of Dayton, Ohio. After six j cats of nxporlinentlng ntw tho D.tMon laborntorlcH un ' nntl- knock" compound lias been devel oped whlrh will permit changes In the design of gas engines that will Je suit lu material Incrcnso In the effi ciency or tin so tnnchlncs. Several chemical compound nave been developed which will accomplish thesn results, the most aatlsfuctory being "diethyl Rcnldo" and "tetrne- thyl lead." Thnso have not yet been placed on :he market, Mr. Mldgley said, as the full benefit cannot be de rived from them until gas engines have been icdenlgnod to operate at higher compression. Three Sick Cops Here Are Their Alibis at Trial Scenarios of Their Downfall as Laid Before Commis sioner Liquor taken an a remedy for men brought boforo Deputy Pollco on charges of Intoxication prcforrod had been declared unfit for duty by Decision was reserved In tho case' of each of tho trio, consisting of Gerald Morrlssey of tho 135tli Street Police Station, Uernard Murphy of West 68th Street nnd John Donnelly of Morrisanla. The policemen sketched a scenario of their downfall for Commissioner l.ench'a Infortnntldn, which, briefly stated, was nH follows: MORRIHSEY Kelt sick Aug. 15 and consulted family physician, who prescribed whiskey nnd paregoric, which he took faithfully until Scrgt. John I'. Hornn found him stag gering nt Seventh Avenue and 137th Stieet on the night of Aug. 17 and took hhn In tow. MUlirHY I'lr.ked up by unknown automobillst, who found him pole and E (Continued from Klrst Pagc.l would use the power of tho Govern ment to maintain the open shop. "This injunction has not only vio lated freedom of speech, asscmblngo nml tho- press, but has made the De partment of Justlco nnd tho Federal Courts acceasories to the rrlmo of union smashing which a small group of rnllrond executives ate seeking to perpetrato at tho expense of the Na tion. Such conduct cannot nnd must not go unrcbuked by nn outraged people." "General Strike Committee. Metro politan District, "JOHN .1. DOWD. Chairman." William K. Kchne, hocretitry of the Central Trades and l-abor Council, tel egraphed to Samuel (iompers, Pre. I drnt of the A. I' of I,., at Atlantic City tn-iluy a pressing Invitation 'ti come, to New YorH to address the ger eral meeting nf the Central Counril it Ilecthnvcn Hull, No. 210 East Fifth Street, to-morrow night. Mr. Keboe also wired to Melt M. Jewell, head of the striking shopmen, to attend and address tho meeting which I? scheduled to bo the largest held in tlu.i city In many yearn. This Central council Is mndc up of COO unions with about SOO.OOO mem bers. There are in addition thousands of unionists In the A. I'. of N. who ale nut In thu Cential Council, 133 unions m flrenter New York not being rep resented in the Counril. Tho meeting to-morrow night will take definite action on tho resolution adopted by the Executive Committee of the Central Council last night. That roolutlon nitinng other things galls upon every trade unionist In this city to donate one day's pay lo the cause of tho rtttlklng shopmen. Mr. Kelioc explained to-day that the nvcinge pay of a union man in this city i H a day. At this rate, ho reasoned, with nil llm members ontilbutlng, and perhaps othei donations by the se - end union iiigantJitionK, mere ougui to be brought to hi'' corr-rH or tut cause mote than J3.00U.0II0. It was cMhim'l in union le.idi'. to-dny that run H the nil mad h"l' men's dispute were lo be settled to night organized labor will utilize the funds collected to wage a Dittor iigm on tho principle involved in in Daughorty injunction. They ieg.inl it as n blow that unnot be condoned throuch tho mere sett'etnent ol ai. (articular dispute The big Issue winch threatens Hum is the principle .Hid it Is the principle wiiun i.u sav they aie ib le-min d to fight As each union in the Central Conn il ia entitled to three reptesentalivos there will lc initially l.Siw men vottns on the io3oliitinn which the Executive Committee adopted. lilltl, Mil' MIST 11 Ml. ItlCII! fter n ten diy search, detrrtliei to-d.n fountl Mnri nee Mi Itu-nii . even t.ill toain nhl bo f 1 1 "nss mc on Auk '.'' 'rom ' home ' l e.iWoyer l.r. I'.ul U rVsuerHld. i. .Maple Avenue. N. w tio. h. He Ihe de ii..! . i..,.r,..,.l ihut the Kill was lilir i .... k is ,t Citv Hull hv Milini Scott to Kranc m'o Hot iiinlo. wi'h uli.en she lives ut N" 16 1 ,' ' home was at Klmor Heights. Mr I Out of Autos, Greater Mileage nutomobllo twlco as many tulles per General Motors Research Corporation The efficiency nf the automobile has been limited heretofore by the fact that gaa engines, when operated at extremely high compressions, do- velop gaseous detonation, which tho motorist knows ns a "knock." ac cording to Mr. Mldgely. This "knock" In engines of present design Is due largely tn rnrUin deposits inside the cylinders ami to llmo deposits In the water Jacket unrounding tho cylin ders. A high compression gas rnglno In stalled nt the convention demon strntcd the possibilities of the now compound. Drank Hooch; Leach. Illness played havoc with three police Commissioner John A. Leach to-day by their superior officer after the men police mirgeons weak from work on lato tour, Aug, 21, and, after saying, "Man, you look sick," prescribed doso from hip pocket bottle. Took ono draught nnd remembered nothing moro until IJeut Morris of tho West 100th Htreot Station dragged hltn from th Imck loom of a former saloon nt No. 840 Amsterdam Avenue. DONNBMjY Called Into a base mcntnt No. 326 East 150th Street Aug 27 by man whoso wife hnd died mid denly nnd told by superior ofllcers to rumnln until medical oxntnlner ar rlvcd; ho became sick In tho stuffy ntmosphere of the place. Dead worn nil's husband guvo hltn drink of pro- Volstcnd stuff, and after ono swig he knew notliln gmoro until Sergt. Gor haul took him In charge. Milwaukee- and Sprlnnfleld, III.! 4 per cent. In Indianapolis, 1'eorla, St. Louis and St. Paul; 3 per cent. In Chicago, Kansas City, Manchester. Omaha and Philadelphia; 2 per cent, in Ilaltlmore IlrldKCPort, Huffalo. Detroit, New Ha von. New York, Providence, Rochester ami Washington: 1 per rent. In Dallas I.os Atiuelcs. Portland, Mo , and Rich mond, and less than live-tenths of 1 per out. In Mttlo Hock. MOTOR ei Authorized Buick Exchange Dealers 239 West 58th Street, New York at Broadway lllTTSS" CLARE SHERIDAN HAS WRITTEN A NEW SERIES ON LIFE AS IT IS LIVED IN EUROPE IN THE AFTERMATH OF WAR. Commencing Sunday, September 10 This liik.sL work of the brilliant author of "From Mavlair to iMnsrow" and "My American Diary." WILL APPEAR DAILY IN 'i f - lie It i.s an iiilcii.st'ly human tlocumenl thnt disregards economics, linancc ami reparations and deals directly with the minds ami hearts of war-torn peoples. ORDER YOUR COPIES OF THE WORLD IN ADVANCE FROM YOUR NEWSDEALER. PROFITEER RATES FOR COAL IN N. Y. MAY BE CHECKED 15,000,000 Tons Mined Be fore Cold Weather, a Coal Field Promise. (Spttlal to Th Etrenlm World.) . POTTS VIM,B, Pa.. Sept. . Threatened action of the Pennsylva nia Coal Commission to give Pennsyl vania consumers first choice of an- thraclto coal should not result In tha people of New York and New Jersey allowing coal profiteers to extort big prices for fuel, coal experts here say. The declaration of Chairman W. B. Dalney, of tho Pennsylvania Coal Commission, that the anthracite short age is mora Imaginary than real. Is corroborated by the circumstances at tho mines hero. Operator say they have supplied all demands for nnthraclto steam sizes up to this time nnd there will be a tre mendous production of the domestic sizes ns soon as tho mines open, as th miners had largo amounts loosened. ready to load, when the suspension look place last April. At least 15,000,000 tons of coal will bo produced before real cold weather seta In and If railroad of ficials carry out their plans, as an nounced to-night, all this coal wilt ba promptly distributed to consumers. Tha only shortago will probably bo to Northwest and Canada consumers, although the people themselves, by; ordering more than they need, may; produco a, panicky market, and coal may bo bid up to a high price, re gardless of regulations. The long line of tdlo railroad loco motives, which havo stood hero lrz vhlto lend for nearly half a year, wero to-day being placed In order for Immediate use. The Philadelphia and Reading Railway gavo orders for tha placing of its locomotives Into shapa for uso and boiler Inspections and hydrostatic tests, s required under the lnw, aro being made. As all the shop men of this com pany refused to join the strike hens the officials say thoy will have all tho rolling stock In good shape for trans portation of an immense amount of coal. The type of locomotives ordered Into service aro those of ths 1700 class, which haul the terminal coal trips. Yard engines and colliery lo comotives aro also Included In tha or der. Car Inspectors of the Fennsyla vanla Railroad have been concen trated In this legion, placing the roll Ing stock Into condition for coal haul ing and ordering all defective cars Into the shops for Immediate repairs. The collieries cannot produco coal ta nuch an extent as to congest trafflo, rtllroad officials say, after preeenl plans aro carried Jnto effect. You can buy your new.or used BU1CK outright or turn your present car in as part payment when you deal with the SUPPLY CO..