Sport: Invincibility and Blood

Passaic (N. J.) High School scored its 125th consecutive basketball victory, defeating Englewood (N. J.) H. S. 69 to 21. Through four and a fraction seasons this extraordinary institution has been invincible on the court. Nor have their opponents been judiciously selected for their inability. Four open state championships are credited to their competence.

Two figures are prominently connected with this unparalleled record. The lesser is C. W. Foley, Passaic sportsman, who adds official cognizance to their success by the periodic presentation of loving cups. He presented one for the 100th victory; one...

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