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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERS-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1922
HE STARS ON TOP
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tlnart, Carman, Mlquel, Mad-
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' HrOTOB-PAOB stars of fire different
. M nntrles ere grouped together at
V' K. S? of the polnts-scercd list for
1 the top ei "' , ln ull Bwny
Zaii the pace 1. Victer Ltnart. Bcl
?n tltlehelSer and world's champion;
!J i then In order come Clarence Car
fit America! Jul" Mlquel, of
5r,nM! Vlncenze Moddena, Italy, and
REk Cerry, Australia.
A total of 00 points te date gives
T Inert the leadership, but he is only
four oeints ahead of Carman, who has
' .margin of 18 points en Mlquel. But
lM point separates the Frenchman
from Maddona, who Is six points in
front of Cerry.
Theso fire riders are the best of the
meter-paced talent in America today,
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Carman .......... is 7
Mndttena ,,J. 10 n
Carry ........... 714 D
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Verktm R 8
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Keenan 2 1
Marker . 2 2
Colembatte 1 e
Andersen 2 e
awrenca 1 1
Kcjlnr 1 i
Hptm 1 1
Mltttn 0 1
Marcella 1 e
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Reeber 1
inffner 0
Mltela e
Upton e
Millien 0
Nornntenlo 1 O
BloiMtrem ....... 0
Point Xlrat, B aecend, 81 third, 2
reurtli, 1.
I.lnnrt and Cerry rode te a tla at New
Bedford, Point 1 for flint and aecend. elht
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and Jehn Chapman, manager of the
Philadelphia Velodreme nt Point Breeze
Park, decided te group the quintet to
gether in ene race. Aa a result Chap
man, has arranged his international
derby, n 100-kilemctcr grind, which is
a distance of sixty-two and one-half
miles. This race will be decided en
Thursday night.
Maddona has net been satisfied with
his riding In the last two weeks, since
recovering from the frncture te his
collarbone. .'I have been training
faithfully," writes Vlnce te Chapman,
for the last week, especially for dis
tance races, and I am glad te be en
tered in the same event with Carman.
I want te lick him, nnd lick him bitd.
I won't bother about the ether riders
in the derby, but try te eutdlstnnce
Carman, and I feel sure I will."
Antlancccl, an Italian moter-paccr
from Provldcnce, E. I., will mnke his
Philadelphia debut en Thursday. He
has been riding In sensational form
around the circuit, nnd it was through
the request of Maddona that Antlancccl
will cempete here this week. The ether
pacers are te be "Daredevil Jimmy"
Hunter, Johnny Bchlce, Eddie Beet and
Otte Miller, of Brooklyn.
JEWISH WORLD AT HOME
Lithuanian A. C. Will Oppose Pub
lishers at 49th and Chester
Aleck Sweeney's Jewish World nine
faces stiff opposition tonight en its
home grounds nt Forty-ninth and
Chester avenue. The Jewish boys will
stack up against the strong Lithuanian
Athletic Club.
The latter nine, which at present Is
using the Donevan -Armstrong grounds
several nights a week, Is going very
geed. They tilavcd two contest Inut
week and' came out en top in both.
S HAS SET MARKS
N BRIDESBURG WIN
Lefty" Vann Plays First With-
out Single PutetnWRube"
Chambers Stars
WILL' CLASH AGAIN TONIGHT
The Seuth Philly Hebrews are the
only local team that has the edge en
Bridcsburg in any scries played this
season. The downtewners took the
lead two games te one when they halted
the uptewncra at Halter Park last
night, 5 tel.
The same teams clash again tonight
nt Richmond and Orthodox streets, and
Billy Whitman expects te reverse the
scere with Bay Kcpncr en the hill.
Chlckle Passen opposed Qcne Cos Ces Cos
tclle, and the dlmlnltuve hurler yielded
but four hits. The game was n record
breaker, nnd several local marks were
established.
"Lefty" Vann. the Snhas first
Uackcr, was net credited with a single
nuteut, while Bube Chambers. In right,
had ten. Bube was nle credited with
a double piny unaselstcd. In the
eighth he get Leslie's fly almost In
back of fiwt base and he caught Billy
Whitman, the Brldesburg manager, be be bo
fero he could get bnck.
The hitting of "Label" Goldblatt,
who had three binglcs, was one of the
features of the game. Bridcsburg wns
first te score, getting their only run
in the second. Zlbcll hit safely, stele
second nnd scored en Fleck's single.
The Sphas counted first In the third.
Krnvltz walked. Passen sacrificed and
crossed the plate en Chambers' single.
They negotiated two In the sixth.
Gallagher and Bnrel singled and scored
en Venn's double. The final runs of
the winners were mnde in the seventh.
Passen singled and was forced at sec
end by Chambers. Meuradlan walked.
Lnndberg wns safe en Buskcy's error.
Chambers scored en the squeeze play
when Goldblatt bunted safely nnd
Meurndlan tallied en Barel'a sacrifice
fly.
Final Standing of Judale League
Final standlnir of the Judale Union Uasa
ball League, finished last Sunday, gives
Standard, winner for two year In a row
and having two legs en the Manny Well
Trophy, ten victories and two defeats, for
a percentage of ,833. Philadelphia and
Disraeli are tied for the runner-up posi
tion, each with .000. The standing follews:
Vf, I P.C. W. h. P.C.
Htandard 10 3 .83.1 Disraeli.. S B ,r,00
Fhlla.... 0 0 .BOO Morals... 1 S .100
The only game wen by Morals during the
season was a victory ever the champions,
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NELLENBURON f.
ENTIRE BLOCK-MARKET re2 STREETS lL J
The Decidedly Lewer Prices in
Our August Fur Sale
Combined with the superb quality of the Furs themselves their regal
beauty and serviceability the excellence of the 1923 styles are making
this the finest Fur Sale in our entire experience.
Cheese Your Furs New Assortments Are at Their Best
And Yeu Save te Vs Over Prices Which Will Prevail Later On
SQfc . yw
Caracul Wraps and Coats
42-Inch Caracul Coats, $295
Later in Season Price Will Be $J95
Large cellar and cuffs of black lynx, Jenny
sleeves.
45-Inch Caracul Coats, $395
Later In Season Price Will Be $550
Mandarin sleeves, natural skunk cellar and
cuffs and silk crepe lining.
45-Inch Persian Wraps, $695
Later in Season Price Will Be $950
Finest quality Baby Persian and American black
lynx cellar and cuffs. Mandarin sleeves.
at
$125
Later In Season Prices Will Be $165 te $195
40-Inch Natural Muskrat Coats
Belted model, with large cape-'cellar and cuffs
of natural raccoon. Silk lined.
45-Inch Sealine Capes (Dyed Ceney)
New novelty models, with reversible border and
side effect. Canten crepe lined.
Hudsen Seal Coats, ,j
Capes and Wraps ffi$ '
(Dyed Muskrat)
Spert Length Hudsen Seal Coats, $195
Later In Season Price WiU Be $275
Fer school girls. Trimmed with beaver or
squirrel.
40-Inch Hudsen Seal Coats, $245
Later in Season Price Will Be $335
Natural skunk or squirrel cellar and cuffs.
40-Inch Hudsen Seal Coats, $295
Later in Season Price WiU Be $395
Selected skins. Mandarin sleeves. Squirrel,
beaver and skunk novelty cellar, nlse trimmed cuffs.
44-Inch Hudsen Seal Capes, $395
Later in Season Price Will Be $525
Squirrel cellar in chin effect. Canten crepe
lined.
45-Inch Hudsen Seal Wraps and Capes, $575
Ztfcr in Season Price Will Be $795
Side panel effect. Dark fitch crush cellar.
45-Inch Hudsen Seal Coats, $495
Later in Season Price Will Be $675
Selected quality skins. Dark Siberian squirrel
or skunk, crush cellar and cuffs. Jenny sleeve
effect.
45-Inch Hudsen Seal Coats, $495
Later in Season Price Will Be $675
Dark Eastern mink cellar and cuffs. Selected
quality.
45-Inch Hudsen Seal Coats, $295
Later in Season Price Will Be $425
Crush cellar of dark squirrel, crepe lined.
Squirrel Wraps, Capes and Coats
Siberian Squirrel Flapper Coats, $395
Later in Season Price Will Be $495
With chin cellar and border effect.
44-Inch Dark Natural Squirrel Capes, $395
Later In Season Price Will Be $595
Crush cellar effect.
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$165
Later in Season Price Will Be $245
40-Inch Natural Muskrat Coats
Selected quality skins. Large cellar and cuffi
of dark raccoon.
40-Inch Natural Muskrat Coats
With Kelinsky ringtail crush cellar and cuffs.
SnElLENBURgS Second Fleer
Enthusiasm Runs High in This
the First Sale in Ten Years of
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EMERY SHIRTS
$3, $3.50 and $4 Values
Shirts that are famous as one of the finest makes en the
market.
Tailored with a perfection of fit and fineness of finish
usually found only in cus.tom-tailered shirts.
Pre-shrunk neckbands remain true te size no matter hew
often laundered.
Patented Nek-ban-tab saves fussing with the back button
hole. MATERIALS Imported English and domestic woven madras,
lustrous silk-stripe madras, dependable Russian cord mad
ras, highly mercerized satin-stripe madras. The famous
Waffle Madras.
PATTERNS Over fifty distinctive designs each in three
colors.
All First Quality and Absolutely Perfect. Sizes 14
te 18, with Plenty of Sizes for Larger Men. Sleeve Lengths
33 te 35. bNELLENBUROS First Fleer
ea.
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Our Second Fleer Linen Department Continues Its
Tremendous Mid-Summer Sale of
Towels, Bath Mats, Etc.
At Savings Phenomenal
All fine, high-grade merchandise of th e wanted kinds. A splendid time te buy up
your fall and winter supplies for the home, office, etc.
Hotels and Institutions Can Save New Tremendously.
75c Hemstitched Pure Evtr.n-Fine 9,9. an T.innn ,mn t,..,im. di. m
Linen Huckaback QQn i Huckaback fl1 AA f Towels Each DC
Towels. Each. ... Towels. Each. .tPAVF
Towels, Each. . . .
Fine, snow-white pure Irish
linen huck towels, size 18x30
inches, with deep hemstitched
hems.
85c Hemstitched K(p
Guest Towels, Ea. "
Snowy bleach, very fine pure
linen towels with fancy woven
dnmnsk borders. Size 15x21
inches.
$1.50 Guest
Tnwnla Tft'ren
Size 15x22 incites. Snowy
white, fine heavy quality towels,
with hemmed ends line for
doctors' nnd dentists' efllccs, etc.
18c Huckaback 101.
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90c
Towels, Each. .
Sturdy, heavy quality towels,
snowy blench, size 18x36 inches,
in nil-white and with colored
borders. Hemmed ends.
Towels, Each
Snowy blench pure linen huck
towels, size 20x38 inches, with
deep damask borders and woven
wreath for monogram.
30c Huckaback
Towels, Each
Size 10x38 inches. Extra fine,
closely woven towels with damask
borders and hemmed ends. Snowy
bleach.
$1.25 Turkish
Bath Towels, Ea.
hxtra heavy and very fine
quality Turkish bath towels in
white and white with colored
borders. Hcautiful large size,
with hemmed ends.
20c
69c
85c Turkish Bath CA
Towels, Each.... l
Very fine snowy bth towels,
thick and spongy. Hemmed ends.
Washable Turkish Bath
Mats
$1.50 Mats at 98c Each
$2 Mats at $1.44 Each
$3 Mats at $1,95 Each
In all-white, solid pink and
blue, and fancy Jacquard weaves.
Full six. t
14.1
Towels, Each
Woven from fine two-ply terry
yarns in all-white and white with
coleied Jncquurd borders. Geed,
large size, with hemmed ends.
75c Turkish Bath AA
Towels, Each.... C
Size 2!x,14 inches. Woven
from extra heavy two-ply terry
yams, in white v ith rcl and blue
borders. Hemmed ends.
Crash Toweling
Greatly Reduced
lGc Cotten Barns- Q
ley Crash, Yard
24c Union Barns- IP
ley Crash, Yard.. At
35c Pure Linen
Zsz c.i:ash. . 20c
Bleached heavy Harnslcy weave
crash toweling, absorbent nnd
lint ess. All-white nnd with col
ored borders. Makes fine hand,
roller and tea towels.
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