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Balisketball.
Delta Alpha Epsilon "BA" 13, The-
to Chii'"B" 8.
Trheta f "13" 14, Si nia Alpha
M11u "B .
Sigina Chi. "B" 18, Bta, That:
Pi "B" 9.
Sigma Phi Ep3silon, "B" 16, Si ima
Delta Kappa "B" 2
Alpha Phi DORA "B" 10 ,, Alpha,
Clhi Sigma "TV' 13.
Kappa Nut 'ids, 9',Phi Siftm

Kappat "B" 12.
Chi Phi "A' 17, Phi DOW a

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00OB UPPKERAYS
Pighiting Illini Mentor Accuses
Report of Being Only
19 Percent Right.
(Bly Associated Press)
*LANSING; Jan. 30- - Fighting
Bobl, Zuppke of the Illini told, a
football audience here last night
that the now-famous "Bulletin 23"
recgiitly published by the Carnegie
foun~dation is accurate in only 10
peircent of its statemenits. the Ill -
noia. gridiron mentor was a speaker
atA Merchant's banquet in honor
of Michigan State's football team
of 1929.
"One out ~of 10 statements pub-
lished in whot is known as Bulletin'
23 of the ,Carnegie foundation is
based on facts. The rest is hear-
say," Zuppke said.
Professing a personal acquaint,~
ance with and adiration for "the
scholars who are the authors of
the bulletin" Coach Zuppke said
that their investigation was "color-
ed- by' their individual opinion."
Frequently branching off into
theI realm of philosophy andt
m-etaphysics with unusual descrip-
tions of the ancient and hallowed
teaiiers, Zuppke defended football ,
and,- the modern coaching system
against its critics.
flqlta Upsilon Tike's
w1930 Bowling TWitle1
DfeOta Upsilon rolled into first
Plae -t- the fraternity bowling
chamipionship with a score' of 2493.
This is a new record, beatig both,
last year's chamipionship score of
2432 made by Delta Sigma Dets
and Delta Apha Epsilon's new rec-
ord ;this year of 2468. The sixteen
highest teams qualify for the finals.
Thirty teams have rolled to date
with these results:
1.- Delta Upsilon .....~....2439
2. Delta Alpha Epsilon, .... 2468

IIGAMES 2M reDay -
of our
Faclty Votllyball-I
4:30--Scientists Vs. taihy. - .
5:15-Enginieers vs.Educators. .Cre-Inven1tory
Jack Elder Beaten by,.-
Forher rinceton Star
(P~y ASA Ett1
14L" WAR, N . J., Jan.:30 Ja(."K",
c lEider, hero of many exploit: i, ~vn 20Fn Suits-40 Ovrcat
foot'ball and track for No re Daiim
'has tasted~ defeat 'for the first.-
time this season, but he did not, a]-;=Elwt etset igr OR HK
1 Making his- second appear, nc~ ORCO C
of the eastern indoor sea on at the -
Sst. Joseph Catholic Clubr galllcc
here last night, Elder lost the first !-
race of the Ruper F. Mills nierno-
rial sprint series to Jimmy Pappa s,f
former Princeton star, now wearin"
Patppas Woni the 50-yard event, b0,1to
Elder camne back to win-at 6$0 and!=- Values $50
70 yards and capture the series;=
prize.
HProfits and cost havr been forgotten..
N Iew Squash League Our policy is a new stock every season.
to be ormedSoon'We have all sizes in stock. We can fit you=
A squash league is being formeri poperly.
in which play' will start Februaryvt ,
20. Teams are being organized or Fo1or2~o ueo
an inter-class basis and will bejFo YurJH p K"e g E
made up of thred men. An organ-
lzation. of this kind will go a long Choose Your Tulexdo andE
way towards increasing interest in __ =
this new sport. . accessories f r o in our Wei-
Wolveri ne Basketball = known lilies and be~ correcctly ~95
Team o Met Chcagodressed, notch hipel will be
(Continued From Pat;e6) Regula"
seniors into the fray 2a starilw d ething. We ca Est Reula $35
combination, ralthough Weiss is 1=
sure to see plenty of service beforej= shapes.
the final whistle blows. The squad
which will invade Chicago tonight L
includes Captain Chapman, Trus
kowski', Orwig, Ranitz, Lovell, Mudcl
son, Weiss, Daniels and Ricketts. (
Joe Downing, who wats injured in I
the Indiana gae-u'woh~
been ifr uniform for the past few'#
days, has developed water on the
knee and will not be taken on the x -
trip.
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Delta Chi ........... .
Phi' Kappa ...........
Kappa Delta Rho . ... .
Beta Theta Pi .......
Alpha Phi Delta....
Delta Sigma Phi .. ... .
Pi Kaippa Alpha,....
Tait Delta 1Phli j.... .r..
Delta Sigma Deltar,..a
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"R"' TEAM NUMBERS
orrell ( W-Guard.
Coomlbe (9) -Center.
JUtisice (10)-(iuard..
H)oleorward.
Lindsay 1) - orward.
Fall (1'7)-- Forward.
Arnold (19)-IGuard.
Pendell (20)---Forward.
Weinstein (21)--Forward..
bell (22) -Forward.
Tyler (23)-Guard.
Lytle (24)-Guard.
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