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THIS POLE-VAULTER TO REPRESENT U. S.
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In recent Olympic try-outs held at Stanford University for Pa-
cific Multnomah Athletic club of Portland," Oregon, barely missed
netting a new world's record when he pole vaulted 12 feet, 9 5-8
inches. Bellah's work in the, pole vault, javelin throw and broad
ju nj) practically assures hima place on the American Olympic team.
A Mean Shock.
Johnny Adolphus Jones was
one of the boys. And, strange as
it may seem, he thought he was
in love with one of the girls.
"Amy," he said earnestly,
yeatningly, when he had manag
ed to get rid of her three little
brothers and bundled her small
cousin out of the room, "there is
something I want to say to you.
There is something that has been
trembling, on my lips for the last
The girl looked at him critical-
"I know there is," she answer
ed brightly., "Why don't ' you
shave it Off?"
Thus his love was shattered -at
a single blow. Toronto Star,