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LVKNlKO TlJTO, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1922. Spoil* HARRY COAOY LOCAL SCHOOL NINES VICTORIOUS ., Ouuuit --4 MS 9*. F- .til. W-i* -nd Tad. WLLSllll MEET DEMPSEYINJeiY Arrangtmtntt Being. Mad* for Titl« Bout at Montrtal. 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I W - v e i of IvOsran If (. \\ i l l i V e r SB T ) t i N Mc l e l l m I i a n k 11 n H 1 0 M 0 0 1 J 1 1 0 INTER-CLASS MEET AT PRINCETON HIGH Frwhman or Junior Clatt Prob- abU Winner* of Track Honors May 26 s 1 , S 3 3 5 0 .'--10 1 (J j 0-- « FAVORITES SURVIVE IN BRITISH GOLF s \ \ O U I C H }· u p M a x 1 -Tlie f i r « t d a v s [ U v In t h e l i d i e s orxn n o l f rh F i n c i s ' c m si v e M e r d a y saw the 1 1 i m i i i a t n n o f t h e o n l v A n i o r i a n e n - j t n n t M I s H R o s a m o n d Sherwood \ ho w a s d e f e i t c 1 b v Sirs V l e t ( her of l Wembl a f t e r a m o d e i a t e d i s p ! a o f , golf Miss Shi i wood v v u « in the lead o n U f I i at t h e si nd Ti 1 i n d W H S two n v n a t t h e t u r n v v h t i e her «- o r e | w is "2 The Engl sh w o m a n con | t ' n u ^ J hi r lead i n d w i n o n t h e sir- In nth ei een t l i u e u p md J wo to eo | V N - s h i i H o o l p n t f 1 w i l l b u t h e r l j l s t h i ou sh fie K i f n « w a s b a d a n d 1 ' v i s f r e j u t i t l v I n i T K e i e d M i s s J i v i e U e t h e r i * i i r v l v e » 3 t h e f i s t i n md lie isi\ el\ defe 11 ing Mi~s f h i r l e s «c\ t i u i a r i d M * to co M i « V 1 h I r i l i c V f r i t e l M r « I i W n t h r e e i l l v v h i l l M RS M i l l s d u f f i t h e i v e in ex e l l e n t dls I I h v dc f i t t i n g M i s s ( o u t l e y t w o 1 1 on» to zo. I n t i r i s t I P d_iv s play w i l l cent i r i - m n d M i s s ( e il U e i t h, the t resi nt i h a m p l o n n h o n i l ! plav I K iiin-t M r s N o i t n a n ( r a i x P R I N C E T O N , May H --On K r l d n | afternoon, May !«th, Princeton High . school w i l l hold an Inter-class t r u i k meet f o l l o w i n g the annual M a y - H a s exen Ises of the local school Tbe m e e t w i l l be held in the Palmei I s t a d i u m and will be under the d l i x t i o n o f H \ V Batten, director i f , a t l l e t l t s ' It is p l a n n e d t m a k e t h i s I n t e r | i I iss meet nn a n n u a l a f f a i r and it is expected t h a t each y e a r w i l l fcilnt; out more s t u d e n t s than the p r e v i o u s ! meet Th« pick of the winners w i l l | probably represent Princeton High school In the state championships at Lawrencevltle on J u n e I BARBERS PLAY Rtl URN GAME AT WILMINGtON J N Barbers play two punei t h l § week Tomorrow t h e Bakers pl \ \ i l m i n g t o n a r e t u r n visit and n e x t S a t u r d a y t h e Mcetown C l u b , w h l c l , CHsily d e f e a t e d H l l l d a l e last n i g h t 6 I . w i l l f u r n i s h the a t t r a c t i o n at ' DeLAval Field The fact that Manager Harry Breece of the Bakers bo, I « d ( hester W i l m i n g t o n and N u c t u w n for t h « f i r s t thre* games of the season »how8 t h a t he I n t e n d s bruiglng o n l y the strongest I'hllly d u b s here even t h o u g h his team o n t i n u e s tn lose U s no use t r i m - Chatty Spoil Comment Sou_H«y, Pir L -p«, n u Not Now. J u s t w h e n i n t e r e s t I n t h o h e a v y w s l j - h t l e a t h e r p u s h r s ( \ T S ri T Ing I t a lowest ebb. f o l l o w i n g t h a t C a r p e n t i c r L/ew!s f l u t « u m I up bobbed u group of Argentine sportsmen w i t h an o f f e r i r Ji for Jack Dernpiwy to b a t t l e w i t h t h e i r " c a v e - m a n I n p i n r , no d o u b t t h a t Jack and hts dapper manager Mr K u n « v i i o n l too please-d to ui eommodate t h e South A m e r i m n gi n t l rti»ri » t h e t ugo b a n k - t o l l b u t I t Isn't l i k e l y th.it ' t h e i e w i l l br « ' V i n ' i u n t i l n e x t i a r a n d t h e n only If c v c i y t h l n g M« » a l n . m e » L u i s The big t h i n g t h a t the 1500,000 offer w i l l do 1 , w e \ to p r o v i d e p l e n t j of "smoke" for every bout In w h i i li H j t I r r x i engjcec, I I u t I u l s Vjngi I In tbe ring r i g h t n n v r w i t h }i k ' K l l l e i w o u l d r/e H i IBC of p l a i n s u i c i d e for A l l 1 u p * I u t i n e is no d u m b bcH And. according to u pot I B f i in \. n r s f t h i n g t h a t Kvils w i l l rto w h e n ho g*ts I n e k r m 1 s I u n e j a n d y select an A m e r i c a n munajcer, a n d w i 11 ni ss i u i t Isn t J i m m y l)e. 1 orrest, t h e same W I S P old 1 n I tl vl | · p , »e f o r h i s t i t l e Ixiut w i t h Jess \ V i l l a i d . 1-lrpo Is t h e strongest roan, in t i e r i n g t o d a v S I \ N 11+ t r u e s t 'and in a y e a r s t i m e h« could be b u i l t up to t r i m i nv r r t em and Dempsey a, great battl*. but so far as b liru." J i k t g h t n vr the e is too wls« for that Luis may f i g h t b u n some M \ p*rliai » but now now " Among Other Things The boys t h a t write sports n o w a d a s will nonn ln\f t o I P n i ]· to shoot the dope over In several different languages l or n s t a n c c Luis Angel Hrpo, the Argentine heavyweight Prlnf-ess I l M w i z v a t h s t e n n i s s t a r from Crecho Slovakia, and Wladek C v m n i e w 7 / I s z k o , the w r e s t l e r all figured Ini the s p o r t i n g news in i ne d a j n t to speak of f i e o r p i s CarpenUer, t h e JuP H a e q u e t w i e l l e i s / e n / s niTzu a n d l c r i a Kumagae a n d t h e s w i m m e r D u k e Kal i n a n i K I R l s e n imes t h e f a n s h a v e gottotn used to seeing in p r i n t And t h e n t m a k e tl ings worse, t h e y even called a great horse by the Holshevlki n une M o i v l c h n 1 n i I i o fi in i K' tl guess r 1 f V r t i p NEWMN BLANKED , BY RIDER I J II III it. Cranmer Allows But Four M«n to Reach Pint Kerty Plays Well Wrtstlet Varga Here n I \ e x t e n l i i v l t v I j i ( u l l i ce I i \ r w t o w n ei nrw ii t \ i w t o v . , ( - ll \\ I h a n i _l^anni r nil i I b i l l H H i l l I s n n 1 n n l \ f n i im n w e r i i l l i u Ii first I ise n t i n \ i w t inn I i two i n n i n g s t h e K n* U t tn IB t l e t h i r d ^l k e |o ise I I I H * M \ i I u t i ng i "u g l » I i i k l t I I c i H i K V I i I" n I I v vi t h I I I t i si n x l i t i l l ) vv f I I v i i " I I ( a n n i i m i n H h l p t c u r n a m e n t i n t h o ( mini, the soft ones If ou cant beat the heal. That g my motto, »iys Bi e ei o The Barber team w i l l leave Clinton Street s t a t i o n at i o clock to morrow a f t e r n o o n (day l i g h t - H a v i n g t i m e ) for W i l m i n g t o n and It In e x I o ted t h a t several supporter* of the i l u h w i l l H!SO make the trip to the K i l H w s t r e i i t v T h e game w i l l start a. (j o lock PRINCLlON GOLFERS WIN FROM HARVARD THREE PEDDIE TEAMS IN ACi ION TOMORROW follow T- i«t Trenton w i l l h a v e one i f i ] ( ( st semi pro local teams w h e n tin i i i w l j organized Collins A t a k e s t l i e field tomorrow night against the e o t t a g e C l u b A l u m n i at H f t / e l s d n I niond This t e a m will p l i v t w i l i g h t r g a m e s a t Hetzel f i e l d \ V e d n e s d a v l i ] f ^ K t v t n l n p s a n d Sunday ball o u t i f , , . , , , . ^ ^ r o l l i n t o w n , ^i,, . Herman Gardner, catcher inri Keenan p i t c h e r o f t h e f a l c o n s w i l l compose the C olllna batterv Mi i n s another p i l e h e r , w i l l also be u a d _ for emergenciea Tom ( V l l i n s w i l l t i " lurKale ' 1 play first base with Johnnie K l d e r i r o n i n ·Skeets' M u r p h j . ' M i c k y Malster | S w " I K SJid Johnnie fachosk\ on the infield | c e l i and "Boop" A h l b a e h , '1'ee W e i Crush and "Clin' Murphv will compose the outfield Any team wishing games is asked to g^t In touch with Tom ( olllnn al hla billiard rooms, North Olden \ » e nue fame» are preferred - w i t h Slackwood Castanea Cinnamon Giants, Frenchtown, Lakewood. 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