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a herTcahgolf " has good year In Events at Honie and Abroad Season Lea^s Little to Be Desired. | , Hj- JOH.V G. AXOEHSO*. Tlit golf season of 1920 baa left little to be desired from a competitive standpoint. Our professional representative In the person of "Long Jim" Barnes flnlehed In the money in the British open at Deal, partlj' atoning for the slump experienced by our Americun open titleholder, "Walter Hagcn. Itobert Gardner threw a scare Into the British golfing ranks when he carried the winner to the thirty-seventh hole In the final, defeating en route several of the best golfers In the British amateur ranks. Then came the trip of the British stars, who best In our amateur -championship. We do not think that sufficient praise has been given to Tolley for his trip to this country. lie was warned that golf In the States had Increased in power at least ? stroke, perhaps more, since 1911, when Harold Hilton carried off the honors so handily. Ho must have known, too, that the game of the present daycracks In Britain is not within two strokes of that as displayed by Hilton and John Ball. The added knowledge that Bob Gardner had at least two superiors in the amateur ranks of tills country could act In no other way than to make his task of performing well up to the standard of a British amateur champion mighty difficult. All tho more honor to him therefore that when he failed he took his defeat like a sterling golfer, with never a whisper of an excuse, and along witli Lord Charles Hope and Roger Wethered setting aft example of real sporting demeanor. Little lias been written but much has been said commenting upon their attitude after falling to qualify, and they have made many friends in a golfing If not a personal way. The great Impetus which has been given to International golf by tho visit of the American committee and the ratum of the star golfers as well as the renewed Interest in the international vent with Canada has at last brought ahout a desire on the part of the golfers high in the councils of the rulin'g liodv to arrange for a real International team match with tho golfers across tho sea. Vhero has been no definite announcement that a squad of ten or a dozen xnen would be sent from this side next spring, but thero have been rumors coming from sources which arc semiofllclal that the U. a. G. A. would not cniy sanction such an event but might uhare in tho financing: of such a trip. Such action had a partial precedent In the trip made by Francis Oulmct in 3114 when tho Woodland Club furnished the expenses after tho U. 9. G. A. officials had given their sanction. Golf Jinn Different Viewpoint. The international tennis trips are financed of course by the national association. and while golf has always been a game with a different viewpoint in this regard the holding of international matches where thousands of miles must be traversed and a team put on the links thoroughly representative brings up the point that skill and not fortune must bo the guiding hand in selection. It would seem that all which need bo accounted for would bo the ocean passage. But these arc points ubout which little* Was been said and that little ^?nly by those who do not wish to be <nTot.-d direct But where there !o smoke there may be a little blaze which by the time of the annual meeting may develop into a flame. The trip engineered throughout tho land for the two master golfers Harry Vnrdon and Te.l Ray proves conclusively that in tho future four days a week of golf Is about right for even the cracks. J.Ike all other golfer!!, although less seldom, they do go stalo and cannot give their best endeavors. l*erba|>? If more eighteen hole and fewer thirty-six hole matches are staged for tho next pair who may come here at "some tlnio in tho future more stirring contests will be had. Tho edge 1ms been taken off tho play of the visitors because they lmve been defeated some fifteen op sixteen times and fully three-fourtlifl of that number by golfers who aro admittedly inferior. But it. must be borne in mind by those who would attempt to ai inlinir.e tho American victories that ot. only throe occasions have the homo p. ir.- won when the visitors were playing poor golf, that is not equalling par with their better ball figures. *(itti<liird of Play Higher. ii ' uinuaru or proiersionai play lias visibly risen and it is going to be hnrdor * .-I harder for any pair or group of pt0)0!sid*al3 visiting this country to r ii off with more tlian SO per cent, of their contests. We were rather disappointed that more of the clubs did not *t;ig" medal play rounds for the playi rs 011 thu morning of tlio thirty-six hole matches, with added scores to count In the award. Then in the afternoon the battle of the match play game would have given added zest to the affair. This is quite in order ncross the water, where they have studied out both kinds of play and might well be copied a bit In tills country. The recent developments in connection with baseball games in last season's world's series recall the announcement made by the U. 8. O. A. officials last SALES AT AUCTION." ON VIEW To-morrow and 1 nt the Ga Fifth Avenue Am 933-341 Fourth The S Collins Mi who are retiring from 1>lth addition* from l'?f?tn i HIGH CLASS Including Renaiaaom Lcuie XVI. and H in Stales, Odd Sofas, D? Cabinets, Library Tul A Tubular Chiming Hall Upholsterv Materials in Brocade.*. I Hangings, Chinese and European Pc Floor and Table Lamps, Bronzes. I To b* Sold SediiMdiij, Thn Orlolin 13. II. 13 A IP. mi W< r.i.APE U. * Exhibition To-m Van Praag C Sell Wednesday, a At 11 A. M., \pw York 459 Broadway, corne 250 Oriei and C Consisting of Chinese Rugs, Bo Daghcstans of all sizes and weaves. Sunllottprr,' t.*1*phoi pprlngr that pool oiling would bo "taboo" this year. Although there was a certain amount of quiet wagering on the result of matches this year It was nothing to former championships. Amateur sport needs no pool selling to make It popular with patrons, and the rcvu-sr It ull goes the better. | In professional golf medal play calls ' for the best at all times, with no knowlodge of what the other fellow Is doing. There Is little chance for outside gamblers to fasten their clutches upon any part of this sport, so far as dealing with principals is concerned. But a tricky caddy, an unscrupulous spectator or one hired for the purpose could ttump a ball or kick It Into a worse lie with only a moderate chance for detection. Keep away the big bettors from golf and the game will flourish. There have been two good golfers j come to this country to stay here, Laurie Ayton and Charles Mayo. The for| mer Is on the up grade and the latter I will never be any better than lie Is toI dajv' which puts him In the second , grouping of golf pros. Soon to arrive on | theso shores will be a famous Scotch amateur, Gordon Lockhart, who, we unj derstand. will accept a post as profesI -I 1 _ ?l..w I.. ,V.1? ..IsUnttv T.ock hftrt 1ms been an Internationalist for years; he has been semi-finalist in the British amateur and for years was a ! partner in foursomes of Bobby Andrew, I now located in a pro berth at New j Haven. Uockhart was born at Frestj wick in 1887, stands six feet one. and is built on the lines of Bob Gardner, who, by the way, defeated Heekliart in the ! British amateur Inst spring. American j gold, says a British writer, is weaning ' tho best amateurs and professionals to the Status. But Loekhnrt need not be feared in professional ranks, although as an amateur he would undoubtedly shine. BACKFIELD PROVES N. Y. U.'S BEST ASSET Attack Led by Weinheimer Promises Results. j V\"lth the groat deal o? excellent ma| terial Coach Gargun has on hand at i Now York University there Is every pos' slbillty of his rounding out a team that | will establish an enviable reputation cmong the smaller elevens this season, j Competition for' positions has been so ' keen during tho past few weeks owing I to tho largo number of capable players i who are found on the squad that barelv 1 three positions on tho first eleven have permanent occupants. * Tt Is well for Ganruii that his material is so promising because tho Violet has a number of difficult games nhead of It. Barring injuries, which are filways liable lb occur, the New York team should ring up victories against such oppoi ncnls as Wesleyan, Union, Bates and Stevens, the most Important of tho teams j wbich they havo yet to face on tho gridiron. New York University's greatest assot this season Is Its stong backfleld. Capt. 1 Weinheimer. halfback, is one of the most i brilliant halfbacks New York has had In | many years. He has an uncanny facul; ty of finding holes In his opponent's lines, | and his ability to dodge and change his j direction while travelling at full speed . with the ball Is what makes him so val! uable a man. In addition to these quuljUhs Weinheimer possesses unusual abllj ity In snatching forward passes and is a powerful niHti on defence. Along with j Weinheimer In the backfleld New York j has such capable players as llarry Ryan, the fullback, Bourginon, quarter- , 1 back, and Ferguson, halfback. The line also shows a great deal of i promise and should prove a stumbling block to most of New York University's opponents. In tho centre of the line there is the brilliant player who ha* SALES AT AUCTION. A sale of unusual Magnificence EFFECTSOF SEVER \L NEW YORK WEALTHIEST FAMILIES Thursday & Friday. October 14th & 15th 88 University Place MET. 11TH A 12TI1 8TR. Choice Furniture and Art Effects ARTISTIC FURNISH INCH FOR KVKRV PART or THE HOME, INCLUDING \% \UBC8RON DRAWING ROOM SUITE, LOUIS XIV. CLOCK SET. WONDERFUL BRONZES. RARE W<T< -A-BRAC. | RICH HANGINGS Oriental Carpel & Rugs | PAINTINGS, BRASS A SILVERWARE FLOOR LAMPS, ELECTROLIERS, SEVERAL PIECES ANTIQUE FURNITURE, i AI.SO ABOUT 1.000 LOTS CLEAN. MEDIUM GRADE FURNITURE. CARPETS, BEDDING PERSONAL EFFECTS. Arthur Kaliski, Auct oneer BURLING, DOLE & CO.,Auctioneers at !M A 'Mil Broadway. Nov York. Friday, Oct. 15th, at 11.30 o'clock For Acrount of Underwriters or concern FINE ORIENTAL RUGS| and CARPETS It Fine Snrnnk and Dozur Carpet*. 74 Small MioikmoiiI A Arnk Rug-. IS Fine Chinese Carpet*. 27 Ex Fine Silky 1'er?lan, Sarouk, Mahal. Kermanehah, Me3hod A Bokhara!) Caipot*. .*.2 Fine Hall Runners end Small Ruru, great variety of weave* and colorings and very d.-elrable. All will ho sold wlthi out allowance, piece by piece. IAoi'HKHt)IjI> *oo<i* late Col. \Y. L>. Mann, at residence. log Maillaon av., Morrlstotwi N. J. r..ol talilo, piano player. l UR'. ftnrili ture, saddle am! work horse. | Sale Oct. 11 to lfl Inclusive. ruesday, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. lleries of ztion Rooms, Inc. Ave. at 25th St. lock of srsh & Co. the Furniture buainess ind Individuals I ondMInt of FURNITURE cc, Jacobean, Louis XV. J-J eppionuuv ptll IUUS Tgeron, Chaise Lounges. bio?, Sideboards, Etc. i Clock (Mahogany Case) Jamasks And Velours, Draperies and >rc?lains, Persian Carpets nnd Rugs, "ut (llass. Books, Etc. ndii, Prt.tnv ????! Snfitrdm, [?, from 1 '('lark mrli d.(. >AV. A'i"?"?no*'r iorrow, Monday !o., Auctioneers October 13, 1920 Tim*. ?t. our S.trwmnms, r Grand St., N. Y. C. tital Rugs arpets kharas, Kermanshalis. Sarouks nnd itranalMiiT t1 2 THE NE earned a great reputation in the last three years for his remarkable work at S a defensive player for tin; Violet. Archie N Brln. Br.n is in as fine condition as he 11 was in former years and is playing a F splendid game as usual. Alongside of Brln, who has very little competition for h Ids position, the Edgar and CaddeM. t: guards. These men have been doing ti very well at their positions, but are by T no means certain of their jobs. Tiiey are !t-1 being closely pressed by Hobinson. Gui- F noy uiid Bonforte. three very capable p men. whom Gargun may call upon at any u time. j P At tackle the New York University , g lino seems to have its greatest strength t. I' tt holds down one side of t.io line, and ' by his great size and strength has been i a stone wall to opposing players. The ^ tackio on the other end I.- Horrlgan. a veteran ofrtro seasons, who L a verltn- t tie glutton for worl: and is a massive i < machine of 190 founds. The end- ore f also doing creditable work, though no (' rreat strength la to be found there. A" present the Incumbents of tin end posiHons are Bates and Adams. I 6 GAMES FOR MANN ELEVEN, j!; j Fix games have been arranged for the 1 i lnoi'ictii Lcuiu oi mo noruee Mann .scnooi l for Boys by Frank W. Begrisch, thejl, manager, and Coach Tewhlll and Assist- , ant Coach Readio are developing tho | l( material rapidly. Coach Tewhill has j J been at Horace Mann for two years. j J The schedule is: October 16. Mount, l( j ART SALES. \ fT PR ELI MIX AR TWO VALUABLE C< FURNITURE AND i PUBLrC A BROADWAY ART GALL Broadway and At Forced COMMENCING TUESDA At ii o'clock, and Foil The Rare and Valua and ART 1 Properties ? HARROVIAN ll? order of Mr. Franklyn I>e:u and Mrs. R. HORAG Representing a fortune in F.ich > Treasures for 1 RARE PERSIAN CARPET! and Marble Statuary by Noted Sculj Bronze and Walnut and GALLERY OF 1 Solid Silver Miniatures?Laces ? L ! I Royal Flue Sevres Vases and Tables I ?Aubusson Suites and Panels?Els ll1^ For rullir view wltk ?-i?l' b. H. VAN BRINK, 57th St. Art C Alfred S. Gusi 33 West 57 Opening Am Sale by public auction ot an ext antique and modern household ad' wrought iron work, ceramics, Or gether with other important ob 142 W. 57th Street, by order ot West 58th St. and other sources. , 'The exhibition will commence ab ! days until date of sale, which will ' Clari Spacicu 42-44 EAST 58TH ST. (Be FOHMEKl.Y AT ft W ANNOUNCEMENT OF ATTRi C( : ucncing Ihursdav, Oct 4 ItyoT'I'T MRS. JONATHA 1lie Choice nndValnabl Furniture. Anti lains. P.ronzcs nnd Other Art Treasures 1028 Fifth A vena Also Part IT LOCKE COL1 Removed from 14 Went 69th Street of art to be sold b MRS. HELEN W comprising many r OLD ENGLISH AND EXCEPTI0NALL1 Note>~ The valuable Paintings and Pot Pierre Mip,nard. Largilliere and other fa vast collection of Staffordshire. Lowest* GfrftS of tl is co lection will b< sold later i In Preparation Tin: CVTD tnDniRI IDV ffll I CfTI inc. tAinni/iwiii.tKi vvt.ui.v i FORMED BY SIGNOR J. CA l l:o Sale' W il' C :.'i "rd b; \fl Tele hone Ph ON EXHIBITION WEDNE! ^-^.Silo's Fifth A' /7p& 40 EAST < ORIE' TAL & RUGS & C SELECTED FROM OUR HOUS1 ONE DAY Saturday. Oct*. 16i TOGETHER MISCELLANEOUS Thursday and Viday, < \T n n. M. / f / ' W YORK HERALD, I leasant Academy-: October -3, Irving ~ rhool; October 30, Kingslcy School; overnber 6, Scarborough ; November 18, iackloy, and November 17, Columbia reshnien. The n<iuad includes Seller (captain, ulfback : Cowan, quarterback ; Tilney ickle: Upjohn, end : Packet-man, quar rback ; Johnson, tackle ; Levy, guard ; horndyke, end ; Sperber, centre; Crenuw, fullback; Ilartrnan, halfback; inlth, end; Muller, centre; Greet--, uard; Cook, guard ; Stone, guard ; Loeb. tilfback; Kent, yuard; Cohen, end ; 'hilllps, end; Tucker, halfback; Brulere, end; Lemon, halfback; I'ennock, teklo; BurrU, halfback. ART SALES. At the Old Galleries K IS EAST 59TH ST. S fP.et. f.th and Mildi ion Av?.1 1 |j REMOVAL SALE > < In consequence of the sal" of the aborvs / If property, uud listing received notice to J ; vacate, } I Wil l. NF.I.T, C AT PCTII.lt' AK TIOS. / Tuesday, Oct. 12th, at 11 A. M./ and following days at 2 P. M. \ the entire contents of the above premises. \ including Furniture of nil kinds, Rut:>, C Carpets, Draperies, Painting*. Hooks, Kn- / graving*, llrlc-a-Brao and other valuable J Household Effects. 1 DEALERS ATTEND AND ARRANGE \ FOR PROMPT REMOVAL. \ N. B.?Any consignment not removed he- / j fore time of u?lo Will be sold without/ further notice. J Y NOTICE' ^jli DLLECTIONS OF WORKS OF ART UCTION ERIES, Auctioneers 36th Street I Sale Y, OCTOBER 19TH, 1 r Following Davn tble FURNITURE WORKS >f the I ESTATE i t ilarrlinan, Jr., executor. IE GALLATIN Artistic Furnishings and Art the home. 5?SUPERB BRONZES stors -Bedroom Suites in Gold, I Marie Antoinette. PAINTINGS .inens ? Rare China ? Glass ?i lliott Standing Chime Clock iborate Clock Sets and Clocks. 9 i >gue* until day of tale. Auctioneer. I " " ~ "i I I i ialleries, Inc. iveller, Pres. th Street louncement raordinary collection ot tine i 3rnments. tapestries, bronzes, i iental rugs and carpets, to-# i jects of art, removed f rom i W. Watson, also from 165 >out Oct. lSli; and tollowing be announced later. : fee's s New Galleries tween Madison fir. Park Aves.) EST 44TH ST. \CTIVE AUCTION SALE ober 14, at 2:30 P. M. iN THORNE ques. Old Portraits, Chirr. -? For . - III i, Removed From Her Residence C (recently *?1 I , of the ECTION 'known a* the treasure house > y order of OOD LOCKE are pieces of f FINE FRENCH FCRNITT RE. traits in Oil by Sir Peter Lely, J J||| mous painters, the nrt bonks and rllll )ft Bristol and ot'.ier China and ||l|l in the Season, tor Early bole ON OF SPANISH ANTIQUES M BREJO OF MADRID. C AUGUSTUS XV. CLARKK ra 7534 5DAY, OCT. 13TH IN yenue Art Galleries 15TH STREET . Vanderbilt Ave. ? tk SON. Auctioneers, DOMESTIC ARPETS flllOl.D CONSIGNMENTS SALE % th, at 2 P. M. WITH 5 FURNITURE 3ct. 14tli,and 15th XCH DAY. \. \ 'X'D.W, OCTOBEP. 10. 1920. ~ ? r= =Mail Ordern I 50,000 Pairs Mill Prices i NEMOUR Compare the values! When y bors! "The most wonderful Blaii the verdict when the blankets in tunity to prove their worth. Th largest, mills in the world; blanke beauty will be eminently satisfyir every Blanket in this sale is new ai gams in Blankets will he possible i Wool Mixed Blan No. 10902?White, double, 66x80; weight about 41 No. 10942?Gray, double, 68x80; weight about 4! Cotton Finish Blankets No. 13941?Gray, single. 06x78; weight about 1 ' f (U AO No. i 1561?Tan. single, 64x76; weight about 2 gD I *0 lbs . T I No. 13571?Gr;iy, single, 64x76; weight about 2 mk lbs Wool Finish Blankets No. 11964?Block Plaid, in blue, pink, tan. gray, m g\ r\ yellow, lavender; double; 66xS0; weight about 3U Hk JM U V No. L1964A?Fancy Plaid, in blue, pink, tan, gray ' yellow, lavender; double;* 66xb0; weight about 1 M lbs.. . Wool Mix< No. 11966 -Bloek Plaid, double: 66x80; \s?ijjlit about 4} - lbs 36 INCH STA AIRPLANE i A very exceptional, strong, serviceable fabric; 1 expensive materials. Desirable for men's shii dresses and rompers, also makes splendid sh< tinted any color or bleached to perfect whit? 4 0 Cotton Goods Opportunities galore for the thrifty woman and decidedly alluring in the extreme lovvness of the prices. These without-profit prices will surely attract thousands of wom"n to this great .Nemours Sale. These gsods suggest numerous immediate needs. Embroidered Not Wry attractive: white only. 18 ?nd 2??-i,ich Vithr Can be tinted any shade to make the very popular mca d.e#*?s of i.rhv. Carnot be duplicated elwwhere for double our p'iee. lS-ineh 26-inch width?yard ^ j IB g"* width?yard ||| Embroidered Organdie* and Imported English Voile.: aborted colors. 18 and Pj 36 , ^ /? rt \ B'";25c-'50c: "^2C Burton Bros. Sateen, buff. pearl a:ui green moire. Lsed Japanese Shirtings, in aborted ' vi &!f 5ES. IT*' ?H|H" '.viti. -ii:-- W?rp. children ; drewn*, mm /v K .? , n romper , etc. _ 86 klU \ cry dressy. 27 inehevfJUinches wide. ^ ard. v v , wide. Yard i/v/v Nemours Tradi Chas. W. Mills, Vice-Prcs\ Siege! Coof Sixth Ave., 18tt The Sale Formerly at ~Store Hours: 9 A. * -r Filled Promptly- ? Under Present n This Great 8 SALE! il rou see them you will tell your neighiket Values in years!" That will be this great sale have had an opporey are the product of three of the |i ts that for warmth, durability and I ig. Do not overlook the fact that nd absolutely perfect. No such bar- j| in the near future. 1 ikets With Binding :: :: : : ::::$5->5 \ , Wool Finish Blankets No. 11902 White, double, 64x76; weight about ;l't ^ - O r* N'o. 11942?(>rav, double, (14x76: weight about di* (0/1 iuj lbs T N'o. 11952?Tan, double, 64x76; v. ight about -i ; A lbs.. Woolen Blankets No. 119o5 Block Plaid, in blue, pink, tas.. gr,i. . ^ pm double; 66x80; weight about 41 o lbs . sL # / No. 119651 i Block Plaid, in blue, pink. tan. gray; u/ I %M j double: 66x80: weight about 45 2 lbs ... I No. 11965'^A ?Fancy Plaid, in blue, pink, tan. gray: double: 66x80: weight about 4' > lbs ed Blankets $7.75 NDARD CrtC I (r CLOTH %J\J < two weights light and heavy. Outwears many rts, women's house dresses, pajamas, children's eeting and sofa cushion covers. Can be dyed or Winter Woolens There is a great exposition of good, dependable woolens here in weaves and fabric-weights that will be needed during the coming cold weather. It is an oppor-> tunity you can ill-afford to miss. Chain Weave Tricotine. 1 1"*^* 50 inches, black and hlu" Yard A I 9j l\>% Black Imperial Serge, 50 inches wide, 9 ounce*, sponged and snmnk -a standard TC Leas nnr.rn end nront f'tlllA : f h'sl r.rir?0 J I ???' nZ'rnirrr Y.rd 6-4 Sport Cloth, 14 ounces. In dark mixtures. (CO (\A ^-e,s No. 3050 to 3057 Yard 4J?Oe\/\/ \0% Blue Cheviot Serge for m'-n\ suits, 64 if <hf-s d? k) ETA Less wide, 14 <?unre?, sponged and shrunk ntl.illr lflcr No. 1752 Yard vw,vv lW?? Duotone Suitinge, 66 inches wide, 11 ounce*, bponged and shrunk. In several shadcr; for cU | /va Less women's suits and coat* .. !K,:|. IIII Ifto No. 2028 . Yard IV?0 6-4 Plaid Coatings. 26 ounce , sponged and rfft A Less shrunk. Particularly good for heavy coats. rHzX 1 "ll I moNo. 13001. 13002 Yard O 1 ng Corporation [dent and General Manager >er Building < 'I . 1 fUl. Ci i- IN. i IO i,7Ui Jirceib Grand Central Palac M. to 6 P. M. Da .