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JJaspite Puncture, Italian Boats
fchapman In 20 Mllos, Decid
ing Match Race
PIANI WINS FROM RUTT
TIneciwo Maddona wened hi cre
with Gcorgo Chapman in motor-pace
face competition by winning in straight
heats at the Point Breeze Velodrome
jatt night. Two weeks ago the Italian
raampion was defeated by the Thila
dMphlan In two out of three heats at
lrovldence, It. I.
The deciding heat of last nlRht's event
was a twenty-mile race in which Mad
dona showed his rcmarknble ability a?
a apeedstcr, his sameness and sensa
tional cprlntinB ability. After coins
ont into the lead at the start ot the
nceond heat Maddona was handicapped
by a punctured rear tire, and he wns
forced to chanfto bikes. In Joins fO
Vlnce lost almost three lops.
It took Maddona Ave mites before
he was able to set well under way again
and on the thirteenth mllo he act out
on a terrific sprint. The 3400 fans
who braved the threatening weather
stood up en masse ana cneerca lusmy
far the first-flying Italian. On the next
mllo ho cut down Chapman s lead by
Maddona Loses Paf
Continuing his brilliant spurt Mad
dona again circled the American cham
pion on tho fifteenth mile, and an they
came speeding into the seventeenth mile
the foreigner passed Chapman by two
length. But Madonna 'n lead wnn only
temporary, as he lost pace and Ucorge
again went out in front
With but a mile to go. .list as nine
teen wiles had boon negotiated. Mad
dona put on another purt and. whiz
ring by Chapman, the Italian pedaled
into the lead, finishing a winner after
covering the final six laps in 1 minute
20 2-5 seconds.
Madonna's ten -mile heat was clocked
In 13 :43. He went into the lead at the
outaet and never was headed. On the
last mile Chapman's front tire punc
tured and Vincenzo finished without any
Orlando Piani, the Italian sprin
champion, won In straight heats from
Walter Rutt. titleholder of Germany, in
their one-mile match race. The respec
ln times were 2:41 2-5 and 2 :."i3 3-5.
Each time Piani finished in front by
halt a wheel.
Harris Is Victor
The one-mile amateur open was cap
tured by Frank Harris and the half
mile amateur handicap was won by Les
Elbereon, who was given 135 yards.
Harris is the Olympic C. O. crack,
while Elberson carries the colors of the
South End Wheelmen.
. A forty-mile International team
match race, to be decided in two ten
mile and one twenty-mile heats, has
been arranged for tomorrow night. Paul
Verkycn and Jules Mitmel. respective
Belgian and French champions, will ride
against Manus Bcdall and Percy Law
rence, tho American stars.
A match sprint between Willie Spen
cer, who hoB become a naturalized
American citizen, and BUI Bailey, Eng
lish champion, also is on the program,
In addition to two amateur events.
ALL-STARS BOOK GIRARD
Scraps About Scrappers j
Danny Ferguson, who was ono ol
Uncle Ram's Navy fighters throughout
the Great War and -who was not dis
charged from the service until several
weeks ago, Ih prepared to resume fling
ing lists as a civilian. While In tho
garb of a gob Fcrgy kept in condition
by putting on the gloves occasionally
and when his ship was on the coast Dan I
won the welterweight championship ol
the Pacific Fleet. Ferguson, who halls i
from Mnuayunk, did a lot of boxing '
before he entered the service. Among i
tlic star mlltmcn whom Danny met arc
Stcvo Latzo, twice; Mike McTigue,
champion of Canada, twice; George
lloblnson. Eugene Broasenu, Jackie
Clark and Eddie Mc Andrews. Fergu
son's return to the ring in this vicinity
will he made on Monday nlsht when he
starts in a fifteen-round set-to paired
with Young Jnck O'Brien. Ferguson
and O'Brien arc extremely different
types of boxers, the former being a
slugger while oung Jnck is a clever
exponent of the art of sclf-'dcfensc.
The fifteen-round meeting between
Ferguson and O'Brien will be staged at
Return ot the bout between Dempsey and
Carpentler will be made at tho National A.
A. uml Cambria A. C. on the a fie moon of
Jul - HesMe this attraction several bouts
alio will be staged at both arenas.
Johnny raxon will meet Walter lUnnla
In ttir ml-unii. to the Jack Hraxio-Joe Au
calls match at tho Cambria tonight. Pre
lims IMiifr Oodlo m. Tommy- lngdon.
Jimmy McDonaUKh vs. Pat Marley and
Jimmy Urown . Vrnny aam Langdon.
OF ANY CONTE
Undersized Compared With
Other Title Heavyweights
WILLARD BIGGEST MITTMAN
ts rettlnc his ushfrs. to
Yonnir inLr Tomaskr. a
nntm.Ur n(t fnrmur tmnlfiur hoser.
rled In Philadelphia, lto Hill bo handled
by Johnny Wllleta.
seiner for the opcn-alr show at me .rnimea
Pall Park next Wednesday night. In the
star tout or wnich joe rtimiz mteis uoorse
Durby Cnpur of Hmok Ho'.low. Is get
ttnK m simp" iw upset th dii"! for his set
to with Pat tlradle of Utile ItnlJ at th
Ulevrnth Street Anns on Mondav night.
Tbey l,l meet In th 'tar pout of eight
round" with other match.s as follows:
Clue Krnnchett! Oeorgi Russell. Dddln
Foley Eddie tVmpse Harry Moore vs.
Younu Sherlock and Al Gordon vs ranklo
Dannr Rodtrrs. of Manaj-unk has com
peted In twenty-two bouti-. out of this total
he has knocked out fourtoen of his oppo
nents. Hodxers can come In at 120 rounds
and he is anxious to meet Martin Judge, a.
fellow dletrlct cltlron.
tarne Dugan. of the Eighteenth Ward
will bo Danny Ilodger s foe In th seml-nti-M
n U .1' Tlinn.f...rwiiArtn ifl(.,tl-IHItlil- r .1 1
West Manayunk Monday night. P'""- b?u'
aro to bo Harry Smith vs. Hobby llson
and Mike Le Gland . Johnny McClosey.
By LOITIS II. JAKFE
Physical measurements of Georges
CarpenUer, challenger of the world's
heavyweight cro-wn, rl be smaller In
several days than any boxer who ever
appeared in a titular tilt when the
Frenchman faces Jnck Dempsey at Jer
sey City July 2. Tommy Burns, who
was dethroned by Jack Johnson, wan
shorter, but he was heavier than the
foreigner and more compactly built,
while Bob Fltzslmmons was about tho
same weight, 172, as Georges probably
win weigh, wnen unny Hob was de
posed at Coney Island by Jim Jeffries.
There are only two measurements In
Carpentlcr's make-up which arc big
ger than those of Dempsey. The French
man's calf is bigger than the title-
holder's, lflji inches, compared to
1Si, and his neck measures 101
Inches, a quarter of nn Inch more
A difference of about twenty pounds
will be In Dcmpscy's favor, and Jack
Is taller by an inch and a half, standing
0 feet 1 inch. The Frenchman's reach
is an Inch whortcr than the champ's,
the lattcr's being pcventy-four. Carp
and Jacques are almost evenly devel
oped In wrist nnd ankle, only n fraction
of an Inch favoring Dempsey In each
Carpentlcr's biceps are a quarter of
nn inch bigger than those of Dempsey's,
which measure 104. Both have won
derful back development, but Carpen
tlcr'a muscles appear to be more mag
nlflcent, and from these the French
men's hitting powers will be drawn,
Jess Wlllard, whom Dempsey knocked
out in three rounds, was the largest
champion. In several other respects
the more compact Jim Jeffries out
stripped Wlllard easily. Wlllard. for
I his size, was not developed ns highly
in a physical way as several others who
have held the title.
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0 feet 0 inches tall.
Inches wbb far arcntcr than that o
other tltlcholdcrs. Ills chest measure
ment of ,10 Inches, normal, was seven
Inches less than that of Jeff. Jeffries'
wrist, neck, bleeps nnd ankle devel
opment was greater than that of Wll
lard, and Wlllnrd'a calf measurements
were only a fraction of nn Inch larger
Following are the physical measure
ments of the champion and challenger
as well as thoeo of tho former holders
of tho heavyweight title since Corbett
won it In 1802:
Want Oam for Community Featuro
The ptscnau a. u. is oeiirous o
Inc ft m tor July 4 (I', M ), wl
the feature, of a enmmunitr .Wit. Anf
nrst.o ass trave Irur team tlllln to. piay ror
saaonabla ruatantee. pan aeaura thy arn
(retting- in touoh vrlth Warn, XOPC. V
brook avenue. Phon TVoodland aOTB J.
240 pounds nnd wah
His reach of 83V.
neacn ....... IS
Chest (nor.).. 42
Cheat (exp.).. 46
Dempsey pcntler Wlllard Jeffries
Heach ....... l.
Chest fnor.). JH
Chest (exp.K. 42H
Ankls , OVi
Johnson Corhett Simmons
Age at which title was lost.
Entire Stock of
$3, $4, $5 & $6
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Beginning Tomorrow, Saturday
WE BEGIN A BIG, SENSATIONAL
Dcfu All Hatters
to Show Such Values
Snappy Jack, 30 N. 13th
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Collins to Rest Few More Days
Chicago. Juno 31. Captain Eddie Collins
premier econl baeeman of thy Chicago
White Sox. who had hta nngar badly Injured
during the Eastern Invasion ot the Chicago
Club, hnd the splints removed today, but
when the keystone guardian tried on a. bin
catcher's mitt, tho Injured membera was tco
Sensitive to caicn n unii. file vhj-oiuibii ui
to take a few more daya rest
the anger get well.
Today's Local Games
Cuban Ptnr nt Hohlfrld. nrra! street
und Allnthon.v urrnue. ...... ,
Norfolk Htar- nt H. V. II. A., Ilroad anil
Helahcr nt Dobaon. Thlrty-rtfUi street nnd
Queen lane. , , .
Tnmaquu nt Nntivlts-fl nelgrnde nnd On
tario Mrer. .... .
HtHoon Travelers nt Kensington A. A.,
rrankford aTenue nnd Berks "trwt-
Qukorr Clt llloomer Olrls nt Uet Philn
drlphl.i Giant, rorty-elghlli nnd nrown
street. . ,.
Strtson at Germantown. Chelten avenue
nnd Jlaxnolla streets.
Wesirlllo Town Iagnr South Side vs.
Insurance Ixtwrue rennsjlranla To. v.
MnthiT 4. Co.
rirvmen's Ieooe Fourth lln tin Inn nt
Snentli. Second at Ftrst. Third at Mntb.
I". It. T. League "11" l-runkluril at
I.nzeme. Tenth und Butler ntreet.
Fletsher, Ml North I'hlllles. 7
Ilrld'-bnrg. 0) Tniiinqua. 4.
Aberfoyle. 18 lomn A. ,V, 4,
American Chain, fli .Marshnlf K. Smith, 1.
lngton Itrares. S.
rpban rjar. fli stet
Vlnelanil. 10 1 nshb
.inv-ikh' World, it Jnckson'it I'rol
FJmer. It Parkenburg 5.
HurllnEton County l.eagtie ItlverMde. ix
tenton V. C.. R.
P. R. T. Team Tackles Barney
8chaoffer's Nine Tomorrow
3Ianager George I. Zellers, of the
P. It. T. All-Stars, has a busy schedule
mapped out for the transit team for the
next month, and all the leading clubs
of the city have been booked for Satur
day and twilight contests at tne ah
Stars' diamond nt Tenth and Butler
The team is composed of a bunch of
sluggers, but in several of the recent
games thpy have not been given ade
nuate support with the assistance of
competent pitching. This defect has
been remedied, and Manager Zellers
looks for a victory tomorrow after
noon, when the Glrard Field Club will
be the attraction.
Barney Schacllcr has a fast bunch,
and he has strengthened bis line-up for
the occasion. Several changes will
probably be made in the personnel of
tho I. It. T. team when it takes the
Nlcetown Plays North Philadelphia
The undefeated N'lcetcwn team play Norh
Philadelphia All-Stars on the ctrcus grounds.
Eighteenth and Huntlnrr Park avenue., tn- i
town will be Sendrow and Smith. Nlretown
la aohedullng games away for Saturday aft
ernoona and twilight games with firt-elae
teams. For Information write Manager J
Smith. 1008 Drunnsr strett.
Qreb nnd Wiggins Draw
Terre ICante. Ind.. June ; Harry CJreb.
of Pittsburgh, and Chuck Wiggins, of Indian
apolis, bored ten rounds here last night with
the honors even, accoruinir 10 ioca rpon
Withdrawn From Grand Circuit I
Clrvoland. O June 24. Rifle lir-ri. .': j
2:04. racer, and Kin Watts 2 J''1 ri t
ter. two of the biggest money winners t
last year, will not be raced on the Orat i
Circuit this season It was rmnounned wien
the racing staoie ot i,ou jicuonaia arnveq
here. They will be turned out this ear
whlah will make Rifle Grenade elUlble to t!is
3i07 pares, and King Watts to the ? 0?
trots during the 1022 campaign
King to Present Polo Trophy !
Indon. June 21 - King Oeorge will mi
Mit the internat'onal p'o oup to th Mrer '
ican team vthlch on Wednesday wae
torlous over the British defenders of hr
trophy, ot Buckingham Palace nn Monda
Vf jiaania 1
rirrineVn I-eacue- -Ktghth
Seienth Battalion. 3.
Shunahan. IS) Madison Mara, h.
Hllldnle, 12: Norfolk (Hants, 10.
Koeemont. 10; lUnvdale. 7.
Penna, Hospital, fl: American Ice, 3 (13
'"llS'rkul C. C. 16 St. Caelmlr, 0.
reneoyd. 4l Glenside. 3.
Bankers' nnd Brokers' League Caseatt s
Co., 12: Chandler Co., 7.
Ktauder-Weldon. 7t .lenkintown Tigers. 1
reltomllte A. A.. 18: P. II. I.. Old Timer.
'Bluejackets' league- -I' S. , Marines. Hi
Fori .VJKTIln, 3 Itecelring Station, 7 Naval
noMil'al 1. .
rivfllana' Lenrue llnll Dlilslon New Re
pair. 8: Machinery DUIslon. 3.
n&Tvi MEN'S $1 -Vl
i I mm -O BR0GUE 5l a A
Wr 0XF0RD Mfiii ' ssMj
RuBia Calf 3h iMsJj
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MEN'S IT'S a sure thing when you put your
SILK HOSE, money in HALLAHAN'S Shoes. You
MS is 2.00 can pick a winner every time in our
"Lower Prices Campaign."
11 GOOD SHOES U
921 MARKET STREET
60th A Cbeitnut Sti. 5604 Gcnaintovrn Ave. 2736 Gtruuitown Ave. I I
1mr Extraordinary IB
CUT YOUR OWN HAIR
PEERLESS HAIR CUTTER
SOLD AT DKl'O, HARDWARE CIOAR
AND DKI'AKTMEM S1UIIKB
It Takes the Ills
Out of the Hills
SMALL ITinST PAV.MEN1
IIAUNCh 3 VKKKLY
Call for Urrnunotrailnn lour old tnnlnr
ryele taken In nart imnient linmitlt
dellttry. Phlla, factory serrlre rRKK.
HAVERFORD CYCLE CO.
AMERICA'S LAII(,K.Sr VXCl.i: IIOISK
m , ouj njiiTKCi aireei ,- ,.
Sale Ends To-morrow Night
Absolute $9 and $10
This is a Hummer of a sale
that is going to bring a crowd
of men to the "ROYAL
SHOP" today and tomorrow.
They're all OXFORDS of Royal
Standard, which means made by
America's best makers, and solid
And the saving will make every
man feel that the good old daya are
Tan Russia Calf
Real Ko-Ko Calf
in every known toe shape from thr narrow to the ex
plain tips to the most elaborate saddle strap effects
OY r,r' '-flMMl
tra wide and from
and wing tips.
liFormerly 13th & Market Sts.
Men's Solid Leather Belts
Meat men rrefer to wear a Bait mad
of one pltra rood solid leather.
The M. & M. Belt is one piece of
Fine Harneas Leather (not split).
It outwears any stitched belt.
Always keeps its shape. Refined
looking and durable.
Persons who know the advan
tages of a solid leather belt, made
by the most renowned SADDLERS
in the country, wear nothing else.
MARTIN & MARTIN
1713 Chestnut St. 28 South 15th St.
-.Branch, London fi New yorA
Dlack or Tan.
With Snap End
to $11.75. Prices Ruthlejsly Cut. All Styles
and Fabrics. All Sizes
White Striped Trousers,1.45 & $3.45
We're causht with tho goods. Fourth of July la almost here nnd retailers
are only buylnir to supply day to day needs, so we re Bolng to let our
whole stock out directly to tlie public regardless of tho gTeat sacrifices
we must make. Sale will be conducted on our factory floor.
Community Clothes Co.
1028 Buttonwood St.
(First street below Spring Garden)
Open 8:30 to 5:30
With Every Suit
Mr. King Makes
You Get Extra Trousers!
!l, Made to
Extra Trousers Included
MR, MAN! Here's real values! It's been years since such
fine fabrics have been offered at these low prices. Handsome
patterns, made to order, with an extra pair of trousers. Come in
tomorrow and let Mr. King show you the biggest values in town.
Blue serge included!
TAILORS FOR MEN
104 South 8th St.
Factory to You Stores Coast to Coast
to Get a New
For the "Fourths
Why Not Now?
Save by Buying at 1922 Prices
Get an extra week's wear out of your hat. Have it
for the two Sundays that come before the "Fourth."
Every Style, All Heights and Brims; Every Braid; Rough
and Smooth Finish, Cable and Saw Edge, Fancy Weaves,
Natural Tans, in the Popular High Bands and at special
Regular jhH ')
$9 Panamas, Leghorns Y
and Bankok Straws J
il21 7 Market St,
Store Open Monday and Saturday Evenings
Money -Saving News!
For a Limited Time We Offer
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llliil 1 It If IBV l7i! tfiniiwvaflVTaSliu.
Don't Miss This Special Sale!
Make your selection from splendid woolens and
worsteds, mostly sliort lengtlis renutining from
our recent "choice of tlte house" sale. Every
suiting ivas a wonderful value at the original
price, without the extra trousers, now they are
actually double value. Come in, see for yourself
and let our tailors measure you for a real tailor
1Ju JL. Jlrtil SampU and itlf-meiiorinr bltcki tint
V&WaT CaK !. ' ""
"oat of town on request. Write todiy!
P. B. WHITE & CO.
TOM MALONEY, Manager
808 CHESTNUT ST.
OPEN MONDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
-ZTZZZZZZZZZZFormcrly 104 South 8th St.ZZZZZZZZ
M. & H. SELL IT FOR LESS:
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'1 here is one thitiij ubout the
Life Guard Suit, aside from it
comfort and pood looks, and that
is its increasing popularity. We're
headquarters here for Bathing
Suits and have remarkablo values
that we know cannot be duplicated.
$5 Life Guard
AU-wnol white sleevpless I
shirt, blue nannsl pants
with 1uttonod flap money
pock.t. and extra-quality
white web belt, with non
$4 & $5 Bathing
Shirts $ 1 .50
Pure worsted, 1
Pure R a b b e r
Men's . . ,Uc
Women's , BOe
V" i j
The kind used
b y professional
by men also.
Cotton Suits, SljjO
Croakers, Flounders, Weakfish
and Drum Fishing Is On
Oh, boy! Get out your rod and reel and fish basket, and go
to it. Fish are running big and plentiful at Fortescue, Anglesca,
Capo May, Ocean City, Corsons Inlet, Somevs Point, etc.
We Furnish Everything Except the Fish
115 Ocean City
III fCw IMaaan
i!0 yil. Rerman silver,
hard rubber sides, cut
$20 Surf $14
Casting Rod "
Jonquln cane. lieautlful
ly wrapped. I'nusual.
ft-plr I-eudrrs , lOc
St Landlnc Net ...
r Ts I - f-
I " issaSE
dab $1 .25
Oerman silver Bauipp
with automatic drai r ana
non-back lashlntr Improve,
ment. 200 yard.
Hooks, ,35c and I gajt Water Rods
50C Dozen s pleco. Staunchly $o
and double pV.iu
Before You Go Fisfdng Be Sure to
Join tlte M. & H. Fishing Contest
$300.00 in Prizes FREE
Open to every one without cos( or obligation. Call at Store and reguter.
If you cannot call write Full particulars will oe f
M. & n.
n Bin mi
fHltV MS &r tlP,
mHQYl MARKET 5T.I
;OIEN THURSDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGSSJ '
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