Sport: Tsar Gates

The Professional Golfers' Association has never been a potent organization. Created to protect the interests of paid golfers apart from their dealings with the U. S. Golf Association, which exercises jurisdiction over all amateur and open tournaments and has been suspected of deciding debated points in favor of amateurs, the P G. A. has lacked funds, direction. Last week the P. G. A. chose a new head to be tsar of professional golf— Albert R. Gates of Chicago. His powers are comparable to those of Tsars Kenesaw Mountain Landis in baseball and...

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