Saturday night at the Yale Club in New York City the championship 1922 Princeton football team entertained the Harvard and Yale elevens at dinner. Captain M. P. Dickenson of Princeton, the presiding officer, said that he hoped to have the dinner made an annual event given by the winning team. The dinner was attended by about 60 players and was purely an undergraduate affair, being very informal, with no speeches.
HOPE TO MAKE FOOTBALL DINNER AN ANNUAL EVENT
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