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David “Hank” Thomas On Speedway Roster Kurprises in basketball circles i: Middlesex county this season haw been few. but the acquisition o David "Hank" Thomas to the rostei of the Perth Amboy Speedways b no doubt a surprise which will tak< the Tans of this section by storm • Thomas, the greatest player Middl sex county ever boasted of, wil make his first appearance on tin Auditorium court this season ucain i tho crack Hayvicw Wheelman tcan of Newark tomorrow night. William Zma - Tlie Middlesex county star will occupy tile pivot position for tlie local representative team. This position has been regularly occupied by "Pete" Hansen, another local slur, who recently accepted a berth with the Roosevelt Separate quintet. The Speedways and the Separates arc two o! the leading contenders for the Middlesex roimty champion ship. , , , , Thomas was originally scheduled to play with the Speedways at the start of the season, but a berth with i New Jersey state league team of fered greater chances for advance and Ills work with the Greenville team in that circuit resulted in his being signed by the Gloversville team of the New York state league Where he is at present playing. "Hank." as lie has been familiarly known since his sensational start in basketball circles a number of years ago. should easily prove a big cog I has successfully worked in with ! other teams on short notice. Thomas lias previously played two games I w ith the Speedway team this year, wheelmen Heal Opponents With William Zina, one of the liest running guards in Newark. Fred ’ .Midg" Holle, ‘'Dutch" S< hell : ing. Frankie Vaetli and "Beil" Kv.in-. the Bayvlew Wheelmen team expects to have an easy time taking \ do- second game of their scries with • I he Speedways tomorrow night on I he local court. This team defeated the Speedways at Newark several weeks ago by an I eight point margi.*, and Itolle and Zina were the shining lights for the Newark team in this game. The Newark team, is coming here with several busloads of fans and a big turnout from this section is also ix j pected for this game. r. M1C. A. Toniglu the teams of Bagger and Dunham will clash in a three game mateli in the V. M. C. A. tiveman bowling tournament. These two combinations are now In a tie for last place and are evenly matched. All of the teams are quite closely grouped in the league with the ex ception of Comings' quintet which has not lost a game and holds a position by itself far from the oth ers. Members of the varsity volley ball team have been requested by Coach Warr to report at 7 o’clock tonight for a meeting. The eaptains of the city volley ball league are scheduled to get to gether at 7:30 o’clock tonight in Physical Director Pew’s office for the purpose of turning in the names of those on their Hearns, their en trance fees and deciding upon a schedule of games. Commencing at S o’eloelt tonight there will be a track meet between the intermediate track team and members of the senior class not on the varsity track team. The events will consist of the twenty-yard dash, sack race, three lap run, one lap walk relay, four lap relay, running high jump, standing broad jump, tug-of-war and cage ball. The swimming champs of the lo cal “V" xvill be determined tomor row night in the pool. A series of ! two for Juniors, have been arranged. The competition will start at 7:30 o'clock and consist of the following senior cventB: 40 yard swim, SO yard swim, fancy dive, plunge for distance and 40 yard hack-hand stroke. The Junior events for boys under fifteen years will be the twen ty and forty yard swims. The third factory night of the year will bo held in the gym tomorrow night, commencing at 8:15 o’clock. The following factories will have teams entered: Atlantic Terra Cot ta, Standard Underground Cable. United Dead. American Smelting & netining, Perth Amboy Dry Docks and Perth Amboy Chemical. Th" events will consist of the pull ups. standing broad Jump, running high Jump, weight lifting, potato race and two standing broad Jumps. LOCKSMITH Locksmith and General Repair Shop Ice Skates Resharpened Baby Carriages Repaired and Retired D. DEKOFF SOS RTOH 8T. Corner Smith. I WALL PAPER FROM Mill To You No Middlemen New York Wall Paper Co. 2 STORES 360 STATE STREET Perth Amboy, N, J. Phone 1722 8 CHURCH STREET, New Brunswick, N. J. Phone A. Greenhousel Manufacturing Furrier 56 Smith Street g Few Doors Below Packer House | Alteration Sale We are tearing out the entire front and remodeling our entire store, but we are doing business just the same while alterations are going on. And have reduced our prices 50% on our stock of Furs, Fur Coats, I Chokers, Etc. I for this sale. I After alterations* are complete | we will carry a full line of li Women’s and Misses’ Cloaks, Suits and Dresses We are certain their distinctive styling and low prices will win your heartiest approval. If YOU wctnt something, tell every- \ body by using a classified ad. j ^HMT EVERYBODY KNOWS GORDON AND fOX SEES THAT f Y00 GET WHAT YOO PAY FOR_„ The Sheridan Thrift Stores MAIN STORE 224 SHERIDAN STREET TEL 1430 rREE DELIVERIES Weinstein A Pox, Proprietor* GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES_ COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH WHAT YOU ARE PAYING AT OTHER STORES _ . Our Goods Ate of Standard Brmd*—Only the Better Kind SCRATCH FOOD • „ . , 1ftn t’t'0 tat brand on the market: no grit, all feed. 100 ... ...a ta^fnHjyeightj bag . EGGS w 25c ItMg > 8 “eggs; do/eu.. PALM 0LJVE ***** soi|£ 3 cakes for 25c; U rakes for $1 SALT MACKEREL White as snow; huge MjMj - for..*oc KEEN KLEANSER i A regular si/e ran semiring powder: n cans for ... 28c 00FA^'onnds for ‘Hie: other grades at...19c, 25c, 29c The knul that made our stores famous. Money back it it lit s factorv: • > pounds lor..* v I TEA The finest grade Ceylon, mixed or Orange Pekoe; guaranteed to satisfy, pound ..25c 35c, 45c SOUSED MACKEREL Regular 30e ran; imported from Norway, can.'20c PICKLED HERRING Imported, large fat her rings; 2 for .25c 10 lb. pail.$1.25 TOILET PAPER Large rolls; Blue Ribbon brand; 7 for 25c MACCARONI OR SPAGHETTI Put up by White Rose peo ple ; 3 pkgs. for.25c VINEGAR White r cider; pure only; bottle . 11° APPLE BUTTER Large jar . 19c SPICES : Pepper, salt, cloves, all spice, ginger, cinnamon; White Rose brand; 3 big packages for.25c GOODLUCK BUTTERINE Fresh 3 times a week; 29c CAN CORN Good grade; 2 for ... 25c PRUNES Very sweet California prunes; large size; 2 lbs. 25c UNEEDA BISCUIT j Fresh from oven; pkg. 6c CAMPBELL’S SOUP OR BEANS ’ Can .. 10c CODFISH Gold Coin; white as snow, in small strips; few bones; pound. 19c A Lifetime Opportunity To Bug Good Shoes Cheap! ACT NOW-while this record breaking sale is now on. Such Values you never did see. BARGAINS for everyone. As this store is to be closed, we are selling our regular line of Newark Shoes at prices that mean a big saving for you. Don’t take our word for it see these wonderful Shoe Values and judge for yourself. It makes no difference whether you want a dress or work Shoe, you find it here in ALL SIZES, ALL STYLES and at a price that means a tremendous saving to you—DON’T DELAY, buy now while this Amazing Sale is on. For Men Women and Boys. ■■■■■■■■■ LOOK! MEN'S SHOES *4 AA All Style., All $ | UW Leather., All Size, in A *vU Some Style*. MEN’S DURABLE CHROME WORK SHOES, BLACK OR TAN , a af Munson Army last, clinch II fu fastened heavy Oak sola, uppers extra heavy stitch ad. Value dJO AC $4.00, now-- yA.sFJ MEN’S FINE BLACK ENGLISH DRESS SHOES am Also latest shade in Tan i | M on a handsome Round Too II, Jand Modified English last. Soma with Guaranteed Neolia solo, mostly all with rubber haal attached. All sixes. A world £0 QC defying value at.-4JeJJ j MEN’S FASHIONABLE BROGUES IN BLACK AND TAN Soma Scotch Grain, tha hit of tha season with young men. We'll save you s a v a r a I dollars at our price of Man's Patent Leather Dancing Oxfords, also several hundred pairs of Black and Tan Calf on English and Round Toes AC all at tha wonderfully low. price of*™*'’" t Best Butter \ Pound hi 46c Strictly Fresh Eggs Dozen 47c Best Coffee Pound ® 35c JAPANESE TOILET TISSUE Roll . 10e BESS EVAPORATED CREAM Can . 10c DILL PICKLES. Quart jar . 50c BRICK’S MINCE MEAT 5' lb. pail.$1.50 HEINZ BAKED BEANS Can . 10c CLICO GINGER ALE Bottle . 15o IMS FANCY TABLE RAISINS Package . 49c KELLOGG’S CORN FLAKES Package . 10c BLACK CHERRIES Can .. 25c SLICED PEACHES Can . 18c Fancy Fruits Pears, apples, Granges, grape fruit, Tangerines, Bananas, Dates, Figs. - •Fresh Vegetables Lettuce, String Beans, Spinach, Cauliflower, Carrots, Beets, new Cabbage, new Potatoes, Celery, Parsley, Peppers, Mush- ‘ rooms, Tomatoes. - _...