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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1U22.
ULE1MNA LUULEI I AHU DIM In UJJVimirNUS) AKfc fcAPfct I tU IU CLASH Saturday's Games Offer Chance to Get Good Line on "Met" College Elevens Sande's Great Riding Makes Georgie Winner In Banquet Handicap NATIONAL GOLF FIELD NOW REDUCED TO EIGHT lmi. Tlireo Former "Met" Champions' and Present "Mot" Title holder Arc All in tho Lower Half of Women's Champion ship Tourney To-Day. ,T 'WHITE SULPHUR SPI1INOS. fS W. Vn., Sept. 28. A' S tho situation now stands, threo former metropolitan chnuiplona and the present title holder aro all In the lower hnlf and will meet today In what should he thrilling contests In tho women's vnatlonnl golf tourney here. r Mrs. Koltner will oppose Mrs. , racksoh. In tho other mutch Alexa ' Stirling and Mrs. Gavin will meet It was enly a week or so ago that Mrs. Gavin defcatod Miss Stirling In tho flnal of tlfo Canadian women's championship by 2 and 1. In tho upper half Olenna Collntt will meet Mrs. Lutte, while Edith OummlngB is opposing Mrs. Barlow, If Miss Cummlngs and Miss Collett win, as they aro likely to do, It will mean that this pair of young rivals will meet In tho semi-Anal in a match that ought to attract all of tho resldonts of the countryside. It Is a tradition that women pay more attention to form than men, and In tho seeond round of match play yes terday the golfing ladles Involved In the various struggles observed the rulcn bc AHV. ,H .1.1.. i. .. . .i.i. buuu .uiiu i.i uuuib buiiiui limit; W various matches. All the favorites very correctly won their matches and ull tlioso who were not favored very gracefully and very correctly accepted tho defeat .decreed as their proper lot by the thing known as form. In only ono match did It seem that one of tho ladles might become as ob- kstreperous in her objection to the rules t form as soma of tho men who broke t all tho rules and regulations in the open and amateur championships this year. Tho lady who refused to be con vinced until tho eighteenth holo had been played was lira. David Gaut of Memphis, Term. Mrs. Gaut has won tho women's Southern championship twlco and Is now tho Western champion, but even these achievements didn't Indicate to the gallery that Mrs. Gaut would carry the brilliant Edith Cummlngs of Chi cago to the eighteenth holo und u "birdie" 2 for tho hardest earned vic tory the tournament has known. Elizabeth Hardin, the Baltusrol girl who made tho. first nine Tuesday in 3S, went down beforo tho power of Olenna CoIIett's attack by a margin of C up and 3 to play. Miss Hardin Is ap .iHrently another one ft thoso good shot 'makers ublo to uclilevo much moro at (fiedal play than they find possible in Tlio moro competitive test of match play. Tho Baltusrol girl was playing well enough to-day except at vital moments in tho match and then sho found it im possible to call on that llttlo extra leservoir of energy and determination that must bo added to skill if victory la A . .... ; .. . . , in t r .. ...11.. r . 'iaa u.niijo uuioiuu ul Lifla iidiuin Hum he too and played more consistently for tho safo spots of tho course, tho result being that whenever an opening to go out in rront was offered her she was in perfect position to celzc tho chance. Alexa Stirling and J.'rs. tViillnm A. Gavin, the two favorites in the low T half of the bracket, both won ihel matches by tho comfortaitlo score of 7 up and G to play. Mrs. davin had Frances Hadfleld as her opponant am: made n quick Job of destroying Miss Madflcld'a hopo of victory by maicln ho first nine holes In '3. Mrs. Cu'la ah getting remarkabta tesulta with her shots to tho green and it "s that ftun-i lot her game that will mako her ono of 'he most dangerous contenders fur t" championship. Phe meets Miss Stirlm.; to-morrow und If she go's bj tho At lanta girl nothing should stop her on her Journey to tho final round. Miss minings game Is showing .i steady Improvement oer her work i the qualifying round. She defeated .i nood golfer yesterday in the person of Mrs. Clifton Alexander of Chicago aid beat her to Improer.lvely .hat many of nose who profess to be cjperts In the natter of golfing form are predicting to-night that e.ho will add her fou-t'J national championship to her pieiit 'ollectlon. At least It Is certain that Mlsj Stlr iiik j getting good rcbults with her drives and that her iron shots uro mow crisply and tlimly hit than they were vrhen she first arrived here. OXING BOARD O. K.'S CLEM JOHNSON AFTER SSEING HIS WORKOUT Clem Johnson, who meets Harry Wills at tho Garden to-morrcrw night In a fifteen-round bout, went through bin paces yesterday at Grupp'a Gymnasium for tho approval of tho press,. Hoxinr Commission and tho 1,200 bating fain 'hat Jammed the uptown gyro. Harry Tiurchell represented tho commission nnd approved the match after Johnson !pxed six rounds with Indian Stratton. .lock F.enauljt and George Godfrey, two rounds each. MLLE. LENGLEN TO PLAY IN PORTUGAL TOURNEY LISBON, Sept. 21. According to El Bcculo. Mile. Buzanne Leng'.en, the trorld'a champion woman tonnls juoyer, I Will corns to I'or.ugr.l ci Oc'. h) t rtlcipoto in a. '.ennls tomi ,-3jor.: o: eaei. WOMEN'S NATIONAL GOLF SUMMARIES Miss Ctenna Collott, Provliiineo, defeutfrt Ml Elizabeth Hardin. Ealustrol, S and S, Mrs. V. a. tatts Jr., Chicago, defoatstf Mrs. Nonrun K. Toeree. Nanhua, 2 and 1 Mis- Tirtlth Cummlnga, Chicago, defeated Mrs. David C.aut, Memphis, 1 up. Mrs. nonnld II. Harlow, Philadelphia, de feated Mrs. Norman t Rood, Wilmington. 1 ui. Mr. Quiratln Fcitiier, South Shore, ds fiaU'l Mrs. Dorothy Carnpbtll llurd, Pitts burli, 3 anil 2. 1 Mrs. It. Arnold Jackson, Ureuwlch. d feuttd Mrs. q. Maurlen Heckjclicr. riulne Itoclt, S rnd 1. " Miss Alexa Stlrllns, North Ilampstead. de feated Mrs. Clifton a. Alexander, Chlcagd: 7 and C. Mrs. W. A. Gaiin. Kneland, defeated Miss Trances Ifndflelri, Milwaukee, 7 and 0. Pairings for Thiiry follow; Mlas Collett vs. Mis. Ixstti: Miss Cuinmlngi v. Mrs. Hallow; Mrs. 1'iltner'vs. Mrs. Jackson: Mils Rllillng vs, Mrs. tlnvln. EAST T MEETS BP. AT POLO TO-DAY Shelburne Defeats Argentine Team in Tourney for the Waterbury Cup. Qy Joseph Gordon. GAM13 No. 2 In tho International Polo Tournament will bo played this afternoon when tho East cott team nwlngs Into action against Meadow Brook at International Field. Westbury, I.. I., In the second semi final game of the neriea for the Monty Wnterbury Cup. The marked Improvement which has been displayed by the Eastcott quar tette In the past few weeks, coupled with tho handicap of four goals al lowed them by tho Meadow Brook team, tend toward making to-day's game anything but a cinch for the latter. In fact, a Krcat many experts of the sport regard the handicap as nn almost Imposslblo nne for tho Meadow Brook pmyera to overcome. The Eutitcott team, It will bo re membered, were runners-up to Arjren- tuir in tho Ilurliugham champlon- this spring and they havo beeu lri;i.u lug steadily since then. All tin ir Hist string plnyera will be In the lineup this afternoon. Major Hurn- dall, t Heir crack No. 3, who Buffered n wi cched kneo In the game with Ar gentine at Philadelphia last Katui - day, has recovered sufllclently to take part In to-day's gume. Tho Argentine four, ono of the greatest combinations that ever com peted in this country and which re cently won the American open cham pionship, fell a victim before tho line playing of thw Shelbourno quartctto and dropped the game by n scoro of fourteen goals to five at Westbury. One of tho most colorful crowds of tho current Benson camo out to wit ness the match and was rewarded for its trouble by getting a chance to witness a truly brillnint game. Thr Americans wcro ut their best. Stod dard, Webb, Raymond Belmont and Ktrawbrldgo played at tho very top of their form and the result of tho game was never In doubt. The Americans set tho paco throughout. They l)egan by driving nt a Urrlilc paco mid never let up on their rivals. Tho Argentinians had no chanco und the Shelburne pin; is managed to keep tho chanco away from them. Stoddard was the hero of the game, If any individual must bo selected, for his wonderful work in the last two periods. Tho great forward put through four goals as a result of com bination play with Belmont and Webb. The Argentinians wero at a disad vantage In that they had to uso bor rowed mounts, nnd In that David Miles, tlirlr best rider and star pivot, hus not yet ncoered from tho acci dent ho suffered at Itumson. Thy nummary follows: Argentine. Positions. Shclburnr. John Miles.. No. 1 1.. U Stoddard Jack Nelson. No. 2.Itamond Belmont ljOul3Nolson.No. a... J. Watson Weblj Capt. Luis Lacey.Back.rt. K. Straw- hrldgo Jr. Gouls by periods: Arfeentlno .1100120 00 Shclburno & 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 li Goals: .Shelburne by handicap, J; Stoddard, 8; Belmont. 3: Webb, 2: total, 11. Argentine Lacoy, 4: John Miles, 1. Itefereo Capt. II. 11, Holmes. Umpires Major V. W. Loclt- ctt and J. C. Cooley. Timekeeper and scorer William II. Itocap. Tlireo Major Sport Captains on Fenn'a Eleven. ' PHILADELPHIA. Eept. !8 Per ner. haps the first time In the hlitory of foot- can nt tne umvcreity of Fenntylvnnla throe major sports captains will start In tfcs oper.lnic BTldlron buttln Batnr. day with Frnnlclln nnd Marnhall in tho (od and Uiue backTield. They ore Mil ler, captain of tho football tirtm: fiulll- van, ccptnln-oiect at tin bcnebalt nlnn, nnd Voire!!.', ap. il.i of Inn li"s!( II, a:: team. Miliar and PulUvmi v. Ill play at hslfprclc tx.fl VejMln nt wa'.tvfVck. MEADOW 00K Four Coaches O'Neill of Co lumbia, Sandersop of Rut gers, Gargan of Fordham, and Thorp of N. Y. U. Wor rying About Outcome of Im pending Battles. By Burris Jenkins. This la "worryin' " week for foot hall coaches a3 well as World Series baseball managers. We can speak for tho metropolitan universities that Buck O'Neill of Columbia has nc acquircd a few moro gray hairs In tho last few days, and Sandy Sander- Bon of Rutgers one or two extra wrinkles. Frank Gargon of Ford ham has a drawn look as If ho wasn't sleeping well of nights nnd, bollove it or not, Tom Thorp of N. Y. U. Is losing weight. For at these four metropolian col leges, ull card3 go on tho tablo Sat urday all except a couple of aces and a Joker or so for tho bigger gamc3 to como later. Though con tests Saturday will all be relatively unimportant ones Columbia with Urslnus, Fordham with Canlsi it,, New York University with N. Y. Aggies and Itutgers with iWnsyl vauia Military Academy yet to1' comparative strength and stjle of play of each local eleven will be moro or less accurately computable by Sunday morning. So oraches are re inforcing their coaching stxl'fs und working themselves and their squads overtime to mako as gonj a showimr as posslblo ut the first tcliediildtl games. Tho coaches 3f (T.y, College and Stevens will not hao to worry for another weclt jet. I'cihopi t'ue most elaborate coaching Bvpttui In all this local region, not only In slatf but equipment, is at Ituigero. There are enough coaches now to mako an eleven all their own. Head coach O. Foster Sanderson directs opera tions from a slxtcer-fuot tower nn wheels. The footliall managers push the tower round tho Held na tho team scrimmages and Sanderson with it megaph'one bellows directions and In vectives to the players. Among the ten assistants of San derson who work on tho field, some times playing on the scrub team In scrimmages, is Paul Itobeson, he giant Negro all-Amerlcan tacklo on tho Itutgers 1919 team. With his million dollar smllo and winning per sonality, Robeson Is a favorite with every Rutgers student. They never tiro of describing the great Etnr in action In tho old games, how the spectators could hear his deep voice In the moments of silence when tho Rutgers team was on tho deft n slvc, saying "Glmmo light, gimme light! 'Afs all I nslt. Glmmo light!" Robeson meant, glvo JUm Just Ou tcast space between tho opposing guard und tackle and ho'd smanh through somehow. And, according to Sanderson, Robeson most generally got his "light" and broke through. Sanderson ines this story as an il lustration to tho candidates how to play defcm.ivo football. The latest addition to the Rutgers coaching stuff is Waller 1' rench, famous West I'olnt all-Amerlcan back of Iu3t year. Virtually every day tho coaches or all tho local colleges report scrim mages, iu which tho iiisl team scores all tho way from ono to threo touch downs, which means very llttlo to tho dopestcr, since as soon as a man ahous c.ttra speed on tho second team ho Is placed on tho llrot beforo ho can do any damase. All coaches report their trams "rounding Into shape" and all college? havo three or fou" men temporarily on tho Injured list from scrimmages. ( Football Notes ) YALE. NEW HAF..V, Cor.n.. Sept. 2S - Tho vanity had a Ions icrimmaco yenter day agttlmt the icrub team prepar atory to tho camo acalnat the itror.tr Carr.fBie eleven on Saturday. The var ally mado four touchdowna durtnjr tho KcrlmmtfcO md tho aerub was unable to males mora then two flii' flown Thn foaium.i of Ihn pmetlca were h nin of I'nnpp, who plai: i; .eft half. -fit o.i iii'i 'i!nWy n. iQ i' it, n !. y.?.;o, v.ho nui nv.umHufj conim, and who tntrcpttd icrub ferward pi- COACH SANDERSON OF RUTGERS. on the scrub's 40-yard line and went acro3s for a touchdown. During ttio afternoon MacCullum re lieved Uecket as quarterback. This was MacC'allum's llrot dny on tho vurslty In afrlmmaKu. IIo is n. Junior and was ono of tho quarterbacks (or the scrub last year. Ted Wlghf, who won his letter last year, who., reported lato this fall was In the scrlmmago for the nrat time to-day. He was in for tho last five minutes. Two of the touchdowns were made by Knapp on runs around the acrub left end, nnd tho third touchdown was made by Warner, who had gone la at left halfback, replacing Knapp, and the fourth was nmdo by Karlo on an Inter cepted pasn. Uerket kicked goals from behind n scrlmmugd lino after tho first two touchdowna, while MacCallum kicked them after the second two. CITY COLLEGE. Tho C. C. N. Y. varsity football team scored five touchdowns ogalnst tho scrubs In a one-hour acrimmago which featured yesterday's practice. Neville mado a number of changes In Die backlleld with good results. Sam I-'arber, a newcomer on tho first eleven, mndo a creditable showing at halfback, with two touchdowns nnd a 60-yard run' to his credit. "Truck" Moftrx and "A1j" Flaxcr. both of whom called the signals for team A, each scored once for the varsity. Harry Tnnnenbainn and Harry Rosenwasrer displaced Mike Garvey and Turk Tannenbaum in thf backlield. FORDHAM. Fordbam's athletic forces suffered a severe loss yesterday when Mike Dunn, right end. withdrew from college be- caute of scholastic difficulties. Dunn, who had been nt Catholic University beforo coming to Fordham last year, was anxious to complelo his course In two years. When Informed by tho Demi that this wns Impossible, Dunn decided to leave college nnd enter bublncss. Frank Uargau will try Jerry Fitzger ald, Captain of hibt car's freshmtni eleven, at end. He io a lmrd-noikln,; and gume youngster who has dono- much good work In tho dally practice, but wolKhs only 153 pounds. It In possible that Uargun will convert Joe Ulll, n t.-ill and rangy youth from Brooklyn Prep, Into a wingman. Hill has been plas big at tackle on the second team. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY. Tom Thorp brought tho New loiu University football candidates back from Fort Hlociim yesterday for the flift scrimmage on their own gridiron a! University Heights. Team A scored one touchdown In k slioit twenty-minuto bcrlmiuugu with Tiam li. Four pluycrs who wcro counted v. to take tho field in tho first game nith the New York Aggies on Saturday will bo out for a few days on account at minor injuries. Toorock, a dependable back; Clark, Rosenborg and Hlack will bo on the side-line. The last muncd re ceived a t'lght injury ycstciday while tackling the dummy. In the scrimmage yesterday the teams took tho field as follows: Team A Tarr and Howley, ends. Berkwit and O'Toole, tae'ilcs: Moyei nnd Kraraner. guards; Tuylor, Captain, centre; Maer, Quarter; Carlfon und Weatherdon, halfbacks; Uatcs, fullback. Team li riversa nnd Throop, rmla. Slff and Jablonca. tackles; Monaliau and Cuiniil, guards; Cregoff, centre . Roscnberger, quarter; Durner and lmse, halfbacks; Rose, fullbac. COLUMBIA. Afti-r tho light session on rucsda Duck O'Neill treated the Columbia un dergraduates who Journeyed up to Hnltei 'a Field to see the squad In prac tice to ono of tho longest eci unmade workouts of tho year. During tho greater part of tie afiuv noon the first team was on tho defense, and it wan evident that the Blue nnd White coaching staff was taking the op portunity lo bolster up the rush line be foro Saturday's game with Urslnug. Acting on tho advice of "Doc" Bar rett, tho trainer, tho slightly Injured onei! wero Idle. When tho scrimmage reached its height Capt. Kopplsch and Ben Roderick surrendered their places In IJin backfleld to rcrub members. Bill Johnson, right end, hurt his nnkie nnd w.i forced to retire. In spite of the fact that the flnt team was on tho defense for the inpst part, tho socond team failed to score and the varsity gathered in two touchdowns. On one occasion Van Brocklln Intercept ed a forward pans and rcorert, while the other tally came as a resu't of an end run "by Roderick. ANNAPOLIS. ANNAPOLIS. Md . Sept. IS Fine, cool weather helped Bob Folwoll hit the pnea up eorno at football practice at tho Naval Academy ycatorday. Tho scrlmmaeo perlnd h bclnu gradually lengthened, thouirh changes are nmda so frequently tint player Is otwtatcd. HARVARD. CAMUrtlUOB. Mn , Prt 1!. Hm- IN HIS COACHING TOWER. mcflng tactics continued In order al Harvard's practice session yesterday. With a good lino on tho men ha con siders In the first string. Fisher Is driv ing tho largo squad of substitutes shift ing them about to get an Idea 'or what positions to develop soma of his big fellows. He used Hob.ion, a substitute tackle, at guard, and Grccnough, once a centrp, has been tried both nt tackle and guard. Tho varsity found t'ho going hard against the scrub, making only one touchdown. A twenty-ynrd -run by Churchill mado this possible, Gehrke, who got his chanco as n first string back, following Churchill's effort with a powerful drlvo through tho second team's line for the score. Hammond later ran half tho length of the field for a touchdown, but this was not allowed, because tho varsity had been offside. PRINCETON. PRINCETON. N. J.. Sept. 18. A large crowd of undergraduates watched tho Princeton varsity squad go through a lively scrimmage' with the Omelettes in open practice on University Field yesterday. In spite of tha warm weather the scrimmage wa3 ono of tho fastest of the year, and was featured by long open field runs by Johnnie Gorman and Frank I'agenkopf, first string quarterback candidates. MISS BROWNE WINS TWICE ON COURTS AT ARDSLEY CLUB Miss Mary IC. Browne won her way Into tho semi-final round of tho invita tion lawn tennis singles on the turf or the Ardslcy Club, nt Ardsley-on-Hudson, yesterday. Sho outplayed Mrs. Barger Wallach, tho national title holder of t.OS. at C 1, 02, and then defeatod Miss Uleunoi Goss, No. C on the national ranking list, by a scoro of C 2, C S, C 2. Tho ability of Miss Goss to baclt her deep court drives wltr smashing aa taultb at tho net lengthened the contest to tho limit of threo sets. Mrs. Molla BJurstedt Mailory also faced an opponent In Miss Martha Bayard, the brilliant Junior, that called fi'fth the best una fastest shots from her side of tho net. The national cham pion finally won at 6 I. 6 2, In a match fur closer than the tally indicates. The summary follows: AUIiSI.KY WO.M11.VB INVITATION MNOI.i;H tUecond Hound) Miss Alary K Il'iinn deftatij. Mis. Daretr Wallach! Tlilnl Itound-Mr. Molla U!urtnit Mai lory defeated Mlas Martha Ilayard, ft 1 ti 2; Ml4 Leslie Uancrott defeated Mln I'iaro C'aslel, 02. U 1; Mrs. II. Htuarf Green defeated Miss Rosamond Newton i 2. n 2. MIsj Mary K. llrowno defeated Mlia Kleanor Gnss, 0 'J, 08. fl AUIJSI.UV WOMEN'S INVITATION nolIUI.Ktf fSeeond Hound) Mrs. Parser Wnllach and Silas Koaainond Newton d feattd Miss IIeln Ollleaudeau . and Minn Marlon Chapman. 4 ti, 75, 6 4- Minn Ltnllo Ilannroft and Mrs. Uenjamln t" HrlBUs defeated Mrs. Dickinson and Mrs Prank M. Welly, 03, 83: Mrs. II. Htuart Oreen and t Alfred E. Thurber defeated Mri. ClarkBon and Mrs. Hardy, B o 0 AltDSI.KY INVITATI ON MIXEI' Hii-m.H3 (Hrst rtound)-Mlst Marl.. Wanner and Gerald II. Bmerson dafeated Mm. llernard V. Htcnz and M. Davldaon. 1. -S. Ml" Plorence liallln and part mir defeated Mrs. J. C. Ualley and flush Nehrlns. (I I, I I: Mrs. R. v, vVeate and J. Undo defeated Mra. O. C. I'araon.H and II. tumble by default; Mtai Helen Ollleaudeau and II. Sodent defeated Mra. Samuel I". Waring and F. O. Ilaccs, 03, C I. URGES N. Y. U. STUDENTS TO GO IN FOR ATHLETICS Chnnccllor KImcr Ellsworth Brown, In his annual address at tho opcnlnit exerclseu of the College of Artu and tho College of Engineering of New York University at University Hmght yesterday, raised athletics to an equal basis with tho traditional academic studies. "From college athletics," he said, "you will learn lessons that the college cannot teach bo effectively lu any other way. Thoy aro lessons In discipline, team work, self-mastery, good sportsmanship. I would counsel you all to go In for athletics In sorrt form or other." 2G TEAMS' ENTER 100-KILOMETRE RACE The ti.i.-d of e series of lOO-kllometie team races with twenty.alx crack com binations entered will be decided on the Uerfr YorJt Velodromo treeVc to-morrow night. T!. flR'it for f.rtt r.onors jvin be waged bitterly lietwr.cn flvi inrtlui . Inr jrtjrs. fjoullej e..-d Planl, Grenfla and Crrli Walks-. Mi-Narwrs. nn1 Mc Besth, WnhhMi.- and Jnttr md Co. nurn and Lnnil. Titers will bu i aprlnt -vty two i : Ie snd fto'.'.'ii !t .y.nied 7, :.' n !.,. v. " 'mI. ji.d I fourth. JACK DEMPSEY IS KNOCKED DOWN BUT WINS BOUT ST. JOHN, X. B Sept. 28. Jack Dcmpsey, heavyweight champion, has won his first bout with a Canadian mooso. A message reaching here from the, forests of King's County re ported tho meeting botween tho king of tho squared circle nnd tho monarch of tho North Woods lnst Tuesday. The mooso Is dead. TJemnaey es caped with a torn pair of breeches. Dcmpsey met his quarry In tho ear ly morning when the animal responded to tho guide's call. At the first shot t io moose fell and Dempscy, disregard ing the warning of his mentor, rushed up and seized It by tho antlers. The next moment, as the moose tossed Its great head in a last ngony, the cham pion was sent flying through tho air, landing 15 feet away. Ho was unhurt but was In bad need of a new pair of trousers. Tho mooso had an antler spread of 18 Inches with H polntu and weighed 700 pounds. Word camo through from Havelock, N. B., thnt Dcmpsey nnd his party had broken camp and would reach this city to-day on their way to New York. Dcmpsey learned to-day for the first tlmo of tho defeat of Georges Carpentlor, former light - heavyweight champion, by the Sene galese Slkl. "I am very sorry to hear It and very much surprised," ho said. "Tills S'kl must be a good man." Atked If ho would meet tho Sene galese. Dcmpsey replied that he was willing to meet Blltl or any other asplrtant to tho championship at any tlmo If proper arrangements wcro made. GEORGES SLOWLY RECOVERING PLANS FOR RETURN BOUT PABIS, Sept. 28. Georges Carpon- tier Is slowly recovering from tho ef fects of tho recent beating ho received from Battling Slkl. Tho formor European heavyweight chnmplon, soen at his homo to-day, presented a rather sad apnoaranco. IIo left his bed for the flrst'tlrao and sat up for a while on a sofa clad in a loud sill: robe. Ills right eve Is blackened and still half closed. His face Is misshaped, with greatly swollen Hps and a lacerated check. His hands are still bandaged and al most useless. Carpentler still talks of nothing but tho heating that he Is going to glvd his conqueror If he ever gets him in tho ring again. "I'm Just living for tho chanco to hit that Hikl on tho Jaw. He tripped ine to tho floor and I wasn't knocked out. I'll mako him look ridiculous tli3 next time. I never got In a good punch after I broke my right hand," he said. Ah toon as he Is able to mako tho trip he Is going to Biarritz to Join his family and then ho i going to Am sterdam. FnuiioiH Dcscamps. his manager, has abandoned the idoa of attempting to havo tho decision of tho Judges ovel ruled. "I am not going to prottst the de cision," ho said to-dass "Instond, I am going to tile a challenge with the fodr ration on Oct. 51, which, accord ing to the regulations, Is thirty days after the bout. Blkl then will have to grunt Carpentler a return match within two months or forfeit his title. The Boxing Federation Is ttlll tin dtclded how to credit the victor' of mm on uio rcooru wina. noma main tain that it sr.ouiu no scored as n knockout by Slkl and othnrs cUlm it WRS n case of abandonment by Car pentler. Curb Brokers riar Salt. The anr.ail fill golf tournament of the Nstt York Curb Market wss held on the llnUi of the Klwaiioy Golf Club at Mount Varnon etorduy. T:.:rty six holes wero played and fliat p. Irs wa.i won by Wnliier, with 't rrore of HI. lei.!an hi Vinowl .: P '' ed 'ce nt..!. 'Villi ,!' VflRllllU v.n.l . tfnod lulru. J, V. Ud'iU fliilnhed i l li Jself Conrvf wen filth pine Despite Rumors, Vet's Horse Beats Out His Friend Fator's Mount, Pilgrim. By Vincent Treanor. JOCKEYS 8ANDE and Fator. tho rldlnir stars of the lUncocas Stable ana tho country's host In the Jockey division, gavo ovldonco or their horsemanship in yesterday's Banquet Handicap and tho exhibition will live long In the memory of racegoers. Thi boys aro boon companions off the track but keen rivals on It. Thh was demonstrated when Fntor used nil tho skiU and tricks of tho Jockey trade to got Pilgrim home in front und at tho end was mastered by tho supenoi aro of Sonde on Goorglo. Before the race thero wuo an un natural plungo on Pilgrim and thr rumor brigade reported that Sonde on Qcorcle would let his pal, Fator, earn tho plaudits of tho multltudo u.ul certain monies that go to the rider of a heavily played winner. Bumoi committees always are In favor. The racegoers ure Just like a big urmy and there was nothing bo popular with out' doughboys as rumors. In fact the; added much zest to tho pastime of war. So it Is with racing. John Public likes fanciful report about tho sport, tho wilder the better. Tho running of the Banauot Indlcut. 1 ed early that Sande had no Inten tion of permitting his playmate in! touch the homo plate first. Ue shot Georgie Into a long early lead am raced him In that position until turn ing for home. Then Futor made sudden spurt with Pilgrim and drew alongside the pucemaker. Did t) i youngster then stop to talk thing- over with his companion of Idld hours ' No Indeed. In fact ho showed a mnsi unclubby action by going into a litii: length lend and then pulling over Ir front of Sande, shutting him of! Bharply. Tho Bancocas veteran was forcer to pull tho gelding up sharply and as he did so Fator sprinted his mount off into a commanding lead. Sande then set sail for tho younger rider, aa1, using all his well known vigor brought Georgie up to Pilgrim a six teenth from the finish. Tho recovery so surprised Fator that ho was a bit late In sitting down to ride out hlr tiring mount. In that flnal drive Pll. grim faltered and under a powerful finish Georgie was on to win going nwuy. And than after It all was over tho rumor boys circulated about declar ing it was a shame tho way Fator tossed It off. Tho boys must huve tholt knock or the day's racing would not bo complete. It transpired from the report of Mr. Potter, the assistant to the Stewards at tho start, that Equinoctial cut auross tho field when the gate went up. Interfering with several of the field. The chief HUfferer was Amuso ment, to thut tinder tho ctrcumstuuee; the race wns not a truly run one. The Stewards suspended Lyke, tm rider of Equinoctial, for the balance of the meeting. The optnlng dash yesterday was a nlco race between Equinoctial and Amusement. They outclassed thf others and beat them oft at the flntaY It looked as though Equinoctial had a two-length lead over the Belmont f.lly when they came to tho bend. From there the daughter of Ifourlcss was closing but she never could get up and tho Philadelphia owned filly was firs home by about a length. The winner Is out of Ilurnkan which 1 Spanish for Hurricane, and she ran as though the name she received had an appropriateness not often found In tho naming of thoroughbreds thee day when the tlrst prefix of tho sire's naino nnd tha last of the dam seem: good enough. Hurakan was sired by Uncle. Amusement is probably closer to Stockwell than anything now racl-g as tho noted Fllagreo by that groat Kugllsh brood moro progenitor wns the tium of Fides, whlcn in turn threw Ainlctta, the dam of Amuse ment. All three of these mares wert of n good old age when thoy pro duced tho fomales who play a part In Visit the GLIDDEN exhibit at the Closed Car Show .Space B'29, Grand Central Palace or at the Showrooms of the CLIDDEM MGT0B&' SUPPLY CO, Authorized Buick Exchange Dealers 239 West 58th St., at Bway New York where you can buy your new or used BUICK outright or turn your present car in as part payinat. tho pedigree of Amusement. If Amusement never wins anothor mctf she will bo worth a lot of money for a brood marc. That she will Srln. however. Is certain, as she was run ning on resolutely at tho end of hte race yesterday. The longest delay at tho post In a considerable period camo In tho Ar vorna Handicap for three-year oI. and up. Tho unruly behavior of My rtovcrlo wns mainly respanstbrao fo It. That most improved of gelding Domluquo run his usual consistent race and showed that he was a chea; horse for the Allies 8table. He o; 110,000, and has won nearly thar amount In. stakes nnd purses sines ho left the Hanoocas Stable. Sxodus tried to run out all the way. and his race can bo thrown out. Vox Popull, tho aged VoUr cokliu that won the Jump, was bought at miction by tho Dosorla Stabla for 2,500. It Is a long ttmo slncn Vox Popull was u good wlnncnoa th ft', and ho wan used as a hack and fatrr as a hunter for a period before being sent through the field. Mohican's ildes wero bleeding whore he was either spurred or came In contact with tho fenco when he lost hU rider. Turf followers aro proverbial fo' their chuiity. A new Instance' of this was shown when an anonymous dona tion of $900 was sunt to. Treasurer John a. Cavanogh of the Queens Turf Aid Society, a charitable organization of which tho well-known trainer, rhoinns Wejsh, is the President. Tho object of the organization is to look after all the needy members of the turf, the rank and file of the various employees, to care for them In slok noss and In cato of death to see that they recelvo decent burial. Tho Society Is a young one but It Is In u nourishing condition thanks to the holp of Just such persons as sent Mr. Cnvanagh $600 yesterday. TROTTING JUDGES DECLARE BETS OFF COLUMBUS, O.. Sept. 23 (Associated Press). After declaring the fourth heat of the 2.08 trot no heat because the ruled that tho drivers were not trying. Judges at the local Grand Circuit meet ing yesterday discovered they had? ex ceeded their authority ana ruled that the heat would stand as the horses fin ished, but all bets on the heat were de clared oft. The heat was won try EscotlUp, trot ting the mile in 3.20. BeootfUo. , Mc Gregor the Great and Main Lick turned the first quarter on a Jog Ird 10 seconds ,and to the half In 1.18, but they zaqsd. nome In the last half. Tho 2.0S pace also went, fottr Keats beforo it was won by Mies MarUv . Th brown mare took trie third and ftrarth heats and race' D. W. Masone?- Von the first heat and was Isstdinff if a th fourth when he broke. Wrack wh tho second heat. "Pop" Gecrs, the veteran houseman, making his first start of the loed 'meet yesterday, drove Mllado (Quy to a stralKht heat victory in thi Alt trot, limited to three-year-old ataiteris. Chop Suey, the favorite, finished ittcjnd, los ing tho first heat by a none. Abbe Dale, favorlto in the Jvrch City $3,000 Stake for 2.10 pacers, broke In tho flrsf heat and finished leW th. Rob ert Direct, in winning the heatf In X0JH, lowered his record and eqfialled thn mark for the event. The event record wan broken in the second mile when Abbe Dalo won In 2.01H. anl in taking tho third mile and race he equalled this lime. Nedda, driven by Harrtff Fleming, failed in tho attempt to low r the track trotting record of 1.60$l aV.d her own record of that mark, but Mas did suc ceed In equalling It. Fettir Mannlrtc to-day will attempt to braJc tha track: record. Americans 3Iar Play Fio In Sent America Next Yjmr. WESTBUBY. I. I., Seit. 21. That one, possibly two, America"! polo teams may visit Argentina In tlie cojurse of next season yua rtvualod b J ' Cait, Lewis Ij. Laccy of tho Argentine polo four be foro bis team took tha field against Shelburne yesterday. Captt. Lacey said that he hoped arrangements could be made by the American pllayers, as It would be a tremendous Impelus to the sport In tho South AmerMarj republic. After a series in Buenos .fires it la likely that the pliiyers from the United Btates will cross the Andes ijnd play . series In Valparaluo, Chile. of fjsMW)rarJ