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rTgwi 'LWWWB.WI.wylWIIBMPaBWlWBWMllBiil "'"t'TOBHWHMMWIM. I WWBiHIWUHP'MI ).y.rlkrviijr'jr7 IZP.' JTWT'JS "'',i'"m4V ,rf,-AiV.. ' vK'i7 ." ' (. -' n. mwmx . ' fT7twr"T! .wt- f'v? . ' ' ' v-- -wr ."jvr '.. i.-i f .. " 'Vv' ' r?MriaiE; KKenan . . .ti i. (. .liijiii 'l lalW'1tTI'V "T" "-- - SfciW" slssi"""""" ' i . . .... i v mwuM V "" IN BIG EVENTS Marsten Beaten in International Match and Tobin Leses at Tolode PLATT OUT OF AMATEUR YnSTIJItDAY wits n bItIehh ilny for golfing America, but It lioibercil n Md kirk for Philadelphia behind lis sunny aspect. The tenm defending the Walker Cup from the ntlnck of the Invading Hrltlsh .... rnented their victory in the Scotch foursemei hv enntttring the nvijerlty of the ene-hnll mntphqi nt Southnmpten. TVethered nnd Telley. the lirltlMi neon, were forced te biw .'n deference te the relfirm ("kill of youthful Hehbv .Tenes and Siege-sun Guilferd, the H.ibe Huth of the links. Hut gllttprlnj 't MiirMen hnd b colors lowered by WHIM-Mnckcnjlc, nnd therein lies our Inle of wee. Ma linn been playing ten-notch golf, nnd should have taken Mackenzie number, but It appear that he ti n bit over ever coifed. Mnrsten linn been going consis tently nil nummer. and he wasn't en his gnme'nt nil jestrrdey. Our Max i the Huskiest Hnksmnn we nave In our midst, nnd Philadelphia's hones were built and centered en his golfing skill Pnlred with Fewncs en Monitor he hnd htepped along te vic tory with Joyous eelat, but yesterday he couldn't get going, somehow or ether. Marsten has several dnyB (e rest up before the amateur Mart, se he xlvmlcl be in better form In hW attempt te bring the nll-for-glery golfing crown of America te the Quaker City. Tebln I Beaten Mike Tebln. whose brillinnt sheeting In the qualifying round of the nubile links chnmplenshlp struggle at lolede jet the' free-course plnyers by the earn, abe came te grief yesterday. The World VTur veteran went threugn his first match with W. C. Mather, of Baltimore, making a game flnsh that gave him victory one up. ut he clashed egainst stlffer opposition in Kill Quln lan. the Bosten star. The mntch ran along evenly from start te flush, ami they were nil square en the nineteenth hole. Tobin. lien ever, weakened n bit en the extra one, nnd his opponent took the match. , The plnvlng of nil the contestants in this teurn'nnicnt has proved thp very high class of golf of which the municipal links placra are capable. It W aUe a bin boost for the campaign te add mere public links te the vnrlmm Irtg cities. In Hnglnnd n comparatively peer man ran belong te a club, but the cost of club golf in this country is still high enough te prohibit nny but the well-to-de from belensing te n club.. America has shown that among Its slar clubmen It enn mere than measure up te tin beet Britain can semi us. but there arc Mill a bigger proportion of geed players In regard te the population en the etlitv aide of the water. More public links will swing that balance In our favor. Piatt Withdraws Anether blew was handed te Phila delphia's aspirations in the amateur title tilt when Weedy Pl.itt. of Whlte tnarshv announced the fact that his physician would net nllew him te com- Piatt Is nn Ideal golfer and has mnde a great showing In ether campaigns. But the sunstroke that he suffeird dur ing the Interclub chninplens-lilps ut Pine Valley Int-t month has had the effect of net only keeping him from plajing golf, but also from regaining his old-time vim nnd pepper. Weedy, paired with the veteran Marsten. was the principal big gun In Philadelphia's attack en the chajnpien- New our pins nre partially spiked, but our f-ccendary batteries will be in there with n strong effort te make up for Piatt's absence. Marcus (!recr, Geerge Ileffner and Charley Doelp, who form a big part of that secondary nttack. will leave for Brnekline tonight. Doelp had net ex peeled te get away until Thursday nlizht, but Greer convinced him that It was necessary te get mine rc-t before hopping into the stiffest opposition that the golf world offers. He the Iu Lu Mar will hop off with his mates to te Bight. Greer is the mere experienced man In tournament ploy, but the ethers have the confidence that a niccesful jenr has given them. They should nil give an excellent account of themselves. The Passing of Ven Elm The declaration of the United States Gelf Association refusing te return Geerge Ven Kim te his amateur status removes one of the best of the Far West's golfers from competitive ranks. J.ntt jenr en the links of the St. Leuis Country Club, where the national nmatcur championship was staged. Van Elm made n fine showing. He took a 77 en the preliminary round nnd a 70-7R In the qualifying tilt. Then he had the bad luck te draw .less Guilferd, who wen the chniuplenshfp, in the very first mntch, and was cased out of the picture. However, 1021 was a big season for the twenty-year-old Salt Lnkc City youth. lie wen the I'tah State chain plenshlp; defented II. Chandler Kgnn en the thirtv-secend crcen for the title of Pacific Northwest champion, and added the train-Mlslslpp golf crown te his collection by ti limning Larry Bremlicld. This season Ven Klin kept up his dashing clip, nnd was headed for mere honors until he citteicd into some sort of contract with a sporting goods con cern about which the Gelf Associa tion has been vague in Its statements and for thnt breach has been declared professional. It Is tee bad that this had te be, for von Kim is a jeungstcr with an equable disposition thnt nothing in tournament Play seemed te ruffle. Just n step past his majority It appeared that he had a most notable career looming up before aim In amateur 'ranks. STARTS GRID PRACTICE Olympla A. A. Again In the Field for Junier Honors The Oljmpln A. A., one of the lend ing teams in tlie junior football ranks last year, is again In line for the cham pionship this season. The team will be muniiged by V. Cnssldy, of Catholic nigh, nnd premises te be one of the best in the city ut Its weight, 130 te lf() pounds. Twenty-five members of the club have already answered the summons for practice nnd among the number are new faces fighting for the varluus posl pesl posl tlens. Any teams In the city or suburbs ylBhlng this team as an opponent away "rem home should communicate with Lugcne Clay, yau!) Dlcklnien sticet. West Nine Hat New Field Tat A Ce , or the Hankers and tlrekcrV Jtj. hat aicured the irreumli of in a. ?.'"2"a Al A nl Magnelia, N. J,, for f Suraay icame ami hav- aevarul linen (lairs '?! arit-elwia .teums. Went alie ha tern OMn datei for twilight fame nllh taaraa f'Vlnfhema creundi. Acllrm n. R. lienf, West Ce,, 1511 Walnut trU EVER HAMMER IS MATCHED TO BOX LEW TENDLER HERE UghtwelQhU Will Clash at the Phillies' Park September 11 Kvcr Hammer, Chicago lightweight, bns been matched le meet Lew Tcndler. They will get together In an eight round Mtte nt the Phillies' Ball Park kere en the night of September 11. Hammer has been In the ring for n number of years nnd he has met all nf tlic stars of today. His last bout was a ten-rounder with Champien Benny Leenard, and the Windy City man, vviie is n terrific puncher, made a geed showing with the tltleheldcr. Herman Tayler, who clinched the match last night, said that Hammer will arrive In Philadelphia five or six uayu before the contest with Tcndler and complete his training here. Hub ert II. Gunnls nnd Tayler ere promot ing the show. Four ether bouts will be Included .en this piegrnm, the remainder of the curu te no nnnotiiued later. KRAUSE VS. KELLY Vteran Lightweight Bexes In Star Beut at Legan Tomorrow night nt the Legan A. A.. Sixteenth and Itecklaml streets, local fight fans will sec one of the efdest boxers In the gnme In Johnny Krnuse. of Nlcetewn. He faces the rugged Jee Kelly, of North Philadelphia. In the eight-round feature bout. Krnuse, who ten j ears age wns one of Phllndel phla's best lightweights, has made n successful comeback, Danny Hedgers. of Mnnayunk. will mingle with Jimmy Merlen, of Seuth Philadelphia, In the six-round semi w Indup. Adam Ityan has matched three Philadelphia bids te mingle wlth.three opponents from Mnnnyuuk In the pre lims. Barney Blelly faces Mickey Dillen, Kid Nevln tackles Stanley Fer Fer gueon and Jimmy Brown boxes Put Itedgcru. Police Play McCall Pest Th All-rhUadPlrihln t'euA. biMHmll (car Tin enn of It metit lmierfaH unnii kcImmI ii!M for thl pvrnlner t FVirtv-nlnlh nn Spruw utrrris with ths MfCill t'iKt of lh. American lonrlen. Maimer Hirry Mnnrc. nf the J'ollee, will w his t t 1 teller. Oroff, en thn hill aiilnnt Cnvanaugh, Ihc no-hit htur of thy t.fKlen leils. START LANSDOWN E TENNIS THIS WEEK Beys'- Singles Tournament Will Begin Saturday and Deu bles Next Monday trophies trf make thei.teurncy an ahnual The girls will start piny Immediately after the completion of the boys LasTfall the North Side Tcnnls'club was organized by the women of Lans Lans dewne. Immediately after Its organiza tion the women competed In a tourney. Mrs. Henry H. Barker, wild directed last year's event, has announced thnt another tourney will be held, com mencing September I), open te nil the wntiirn of Lnnsdewnc. Royal' Stars Have Open Dates On account of reservation of dales "!" ule for the elimination srriey biibvuiib the Fhlisiieirmn neyai ein made for the ,tiaa n .AA.V.B rn without irameH for Thuradav and ri day. They ere ale own fpr a. ir?me en Bunday. Call William It. Munderr, Arch rtreet. 1830 New Line Coach at Maine Manenattr, N. II., Au. 30. teeph T. ("Cuddy") Murphy. former Dartmouth tackle, has lxin nppelnlxl line coach at the tln'verslty of Maine, lie will report nt the foethall'a siuml tralnlnir tmp nt Old Orchard, Me., oe September IT. MATCHES FOR GIRLS, TOO PUKPAHATIONS nre being com pleted for the nnnunl Lnnsdewne tennis tournament which starts In sin gles Saturdny nnd In doubles Monday en the Lnnsdewne Playground. fieergc O. Philips Is In chnrgc of the tournament. He hns arranged te. ac commodate thirty boys in the Interme diate class between fourteen nnd eight een venrs. of nge, nnd fifteen boys In the junior clnss under fourteen yenrs old. Silver puns hnvc been donated ns nrizcM by Themas (I. Cooper, one of t.nnsdeu nc's prominent citizens. While some of the former stars nre new beend the nge limit, there nre iflll many hejs with alil'lty who Inne entered.. Then, tee. n few of the ex champions will sec action. Ernie L'hl. youngest of the famous ithletlc fnmllv. Is entered In the sijiglts and doubles. In the doubles he Is pahed with Bill Jacksen, who wns eliminated nst year by Beb Celesbcrry, of Epis copal Academy, the ultimate winner of the title. Celesbcrry is unable te de fend his crown this year as he is ever age. One of the met premising entrnnts Is Walter Colling, shortstop of I.uns I.uns dewne High's bnsebnll team and winner of the junior singles and doubles dia dems In mill. He was runner-up for the Intermediate singles titles in ID'-tl and 1121. Jack Evans, winner of the junior singles tourney last year, has passed the age limit for thnt class and will endeavor te win the intermediate crown In the coming tournament. Last ear. .for the first time, a girls' tenrnnment was held. It wn successful nnd se Mr. Cooper donated perpetual m Jil Always first wherever OualiwCbunts Budweiser Everywhere am ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC, ST. LOUIS Spruce 4232 Robinson Supply Ce. Whole tale Distributor 24th and Race Sts. Race 348S " " " ' " " " " '"'" ' " "' " " ! -i ti ii ir ti i ii ii ax n- " " "- Announcing A P I Ns?L tJ RHWI Ssii lilllllil I 1 3 2a i I 'XSililsWsAYs 'iPr V sim . I. " III . . XBC mmjimm Coupe, $1095 Sedan, $1345 . e. t. St. Luli Cier-Tuarc eteal wheel equipment eupplied at mall eatra charie IN designing these two new Gardner models we have had a very definite purpose in mind te give the public closed car service at a moderate price, with all the little luxuries, and the durability ana performance qualities of the high-priced meter coach. In both cars style and utility have been happily combined with sturdiness of construction and real value all the way through. Beth cars combine the quality features and distinctive appearance that have made the Gardner car the outstanding sales success of the year. We advise placing orders new for early delivery. THE GARDNER MOTOR CO., in a ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. GARDNER ce ucUne CxvU LEXINGTON MOTOR CO. OF PENNA. W. A. KUSER, President Sales and Executive Offices, Lexington Building 851-53 North Bread Street OUR NEW SERVICE STATION 4828-30 Chestnut Street "In the Heart of West Philadelphia" " ii " ,.i,:,ih:ii-,-ii-ii ir;i -:u ti ..u, "' "' ' " -r. II II tC JlVllliNKHUAV. AUOL'HT SO. 1B22. Stere Ouene nt 9 A. M. Clese it 1 - tb. , NELLENBURUr ENTIRE BLOC K-MMKET IlzTa2iaSTBEETS sL 3 Ul vl th' 1 "al"" "'Ni; iT 7, Vh.1 j...... ,,Mi ' rs. rfi L YyyyyyyyyyyyyWfft As usual with all last day of tlie month charge purchases, we shall carry ever te your September account, all merchandise bought tomorrow. Tomorrow Last Dan of the Biggest and Most Successful August Furniture Sale IN OUR HISTORY Your Last Opportunity te Cheese Frem Our Tremendously Fine Assortments of Depend able, Wanted Furniture at These Phenom enally Lew Auirust Sale Prices. Avail Yourself of Our Easy-Payment Club Plan. 300.00 4-Pc. Bedroom $165.00 ezs: September Sale of Heusefurnishings .i w f. i I H 'erff - TrfTT"r-rr' -' LT i -rzr-r'Z. lnt ACT" ittJC V, ir-Q C :JLr?'.Jl!--Jn''V. prcventinq the clothes from W-5-f TsaJiaStti-Tid Mjfi fc8$ An Adjustable Swinging m T3 T" ' X-j-l -C$j2Na$f! Wringer, making it possible te 5 s- 7;St3iVs':'lri- v"P .- ifyn1 clothes in or out of the tub. ,'ZCZ .-. vV4x--Jit"i'."Ivj?'sth"ff.9. i- ?L. ? The machine it of beautiful crav flu N"53iirt2i4j1i-iiji:Sr5 t- Large dresser, full-length vanity dresser, chif chif felette with sliding trays and full size bow-end bed American walnut finish. As illustrated. 8350.00 3-Piece Living-Roem Suit, 01 7K Oft MrniHav Snecial .. . A Om9M Monday Special . . . We've a Number of These New 140 Electric Washers Which because the enamel has been slightly rubbed en cover edges, we can sell at $69.00 Ea- 1 fl Down Places It in DJ-U Your Heme nnlancc en Cencnicnt Payments Equipped with every newent, most improved device for effici ency, safety mid ease of opera epera opera tien. Nete the enclosed mechan ism. D i s t i n c tivc features: A tXen-Rcvcrs- i n ff, perforated Cnlinder. tn i t h drum that re- Vljk T vnlrps eccentric- V tangling. and niting wring the iiah niet.il. irrne. fully designed and occupying 2Cx2B Inches of fleer a pace. Designed with larpe tub. angle Iren lees, fitted with easy-running casters, cawlly removable drum and wringer, and highest grade electric meter. 7 $45.00 High-Grade SBeS27.95 Custom made davenport, fireside arm chair and davenport height arm chair. Loese spring cushions, beautiful covering. As illustrated. $400.00 10-Piece Dining- Q1 7Q KH Riinm Knit. Vl- I U.OM Consists of CO-inch bufTet, Inclesed serving cabi net, large china case, oblong extension table, five side chairs and one arm chair in genuine leather. Queen Anne style. As illustrated. $20 Weed-Finished Metal Beds $9.95 mm JnT'r -I These beds arc in walnut, mahogany, white enamel, Vernis Martin and ivory fin ishes. One bed pic tured. They are strongly made and have rigid side rails, se that the bed cannot shake. On sale Monday only. $20.00 Metal Beds at g1 1 QC Beautiful beds fin ished in durable baked-en white enamel; ivory. Strongly made. Rigid construction through out. Pierced metal panels at both ends, with artistic medal lion centre. All bizes: as shown. $8 and $10 Full-Size Duck Feather Pillows 22 by 28 inches, full and fluffy. We just pur chased the entire stock of pillows en hand from the largest manufac turer of pillows in Bal timore, Md. $2.95 $27.50 Imperial Edge fl1Q 7K Mattresses, at tPXO. I O Mattresses, at They have 50 pounds of white pure layer felt. The imperial-edge will lengthen the life of the mattress because it can not get out of shape nor sag. bNELLEN5URflS Filth Fleer With full 16-lnih baking even and broiling even, fHe burners en top Sold en Club flan 30c Cut-Glass Colonial-Shape Salt and Pepper 1 J?n Shakers, Each -LUi lis Iwi mm With frosted floral deco ration. Nickel-plated caps. Mall and phone orders filled vhlle they last $19.00 3-Bumer 16- Inch Oven fl1 1 OK Hecfilnv. D.t) Gas Steve ill Pi $60 Clcan-asa-China Dish Re- CtAA OK frigerater ) gS-p im m One-piece uhite por celain lined, round corner porcelain feed chamber sold tin Club l'lun. $2.00 Adjustable Curtain fljl Q Stretchers ,u;7 Nen-rUstabl pint. iasraEeamqa $9.50 White Enamel Porcelain-Tep Sanitary Kitchen Tables W.,h $4-89 Slight Imperfections White enamel llntsh baBe m $1.00 Therme- pack Ice Cream Carrier 39c I.xcf llent for teurlslH, home picnlcH, bKk bKk bKk roem elc. A i $8.50 16-In. Indirect Lighting Fixture, $4.39 Marble Izcd glass bowl nttcd complete for gas or electric lights. $2 7-Pc. Ice 01 OK Cream Sets &J- C'etiHlstlng of freezer and six Colonial footed sherbet glasses $4 Nippon China Decorated C?1 CQ Cake Sets.. i-O llflillx' Vv vAddV JlliulaV fil t NiBI $2.50 Novelty 01 CO Ceeley Hats D-L 'I.i3trfull decorated In elurs, tilmiiHil with beads and ullk t.iHHcLi Klewers i-xira ir lfinil Sne LL' NBJRuS Third Fleer $1.89 "Eventually Make" 81x90 Bleached Seamless Sheets epcwmi mursuay ai J)X.) "n Made for and Sold Only by Us 47c and 49c "Lonsdale" Make Pillow Cases Size 42x36 or 46x36, 39c 79c Yard Pretty Striped Fancy PQ Ticklnjr.Yard.. ou Pillow Tubing A hem and you hae a pillow case. Standard make 36-Inch Tubing, 15c 40-Inch Tubing, 50c 42-Inch Tubing, 52c 45-Inch Tubing, 55c 59c "Fruit-of-thn-Leom" 45x36 Hemstitched Pillow Cast's 49c $1.25 5txJ0 Itlcachcd Single Hcd QQ, Sheets .... OL N. SNELLENURG & CO.: Unbleached Pcquet Sheeting New in great demand for bed Hpn miIh, Iiuube dresses and apienu 79c 81-Inch (n ' Special, at , . . O I C 'jc ae-inch nnn Snecial. at lid SiThLLLNBURuS Second Fleel I'' wmr ft i( fl A r Hai