Sport Notes, Dec. 31, 1923

A doubled-barrelled invasion appeared over the golfing horizon when Arthur Gladstone Havers (English) and James Ockenden (English) holders respectively of the English and French open championships, arrived in the U. S. on the Berengaria. They promptly entrained for preliminary skirmishing at Pinehurst. Havers will play a match with Gene Sarazen in California in January.

In the Argentine, the pugilist Luis Angel Firpo smells the blood of an American. Two cables came last week inviting invasion. Bartley Madden refused an offer of $10,000. $3,200 for "any respectable contender" has found no favor.

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