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Kongs Almost ‘In’; Dunbars Still Tied With Bentonians
Kongs Almost ‘In’; Dunbars Still Tied With Bentonians
Item IDegyptian19350227Kongs.tif
TitleKongs Almost ‘In'; Dunbars Still Tied With Bentonians
Descriptionthe Dunbars and Bentonians, remained at the top of their respective standings.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1935 February 27
VolumeXV
Issue21
SectionSports
Page(s)3
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptKongs Almost ‘In'; Dunbars Still Tied With Bentonians

Intramural play for the last week resulted in no surprising changes among the leaders of ether league, as the National league-leading Sons of Kong and the co-leaders in the American league, the Dunbars and Bentonians, remained at the top of their respective standings calmnne.
The Sons of Kong retained their undefeated leadership as they nosed out the Massie Tornadoes, 17-13, and trounced the Cavaliers,
484. Robert Galfee again paced the scorers in both games by ga rnering 12 points in the Tornwlo encounter, and hanging II) 21 points in the Cava1iei rout.
The Bentonians s2orcl tLn:. over the fading Fi'e Er 2r.-., after barely leadin:, ID-IL. ‘t
halfway mark, and then tn mine the Oar Men, 26-18, to tie thc Dunbars. Dunn led the Benton ians in scoring In the Roses gamc while Mac Alken, with ten pojnts paced the Bentonlans In the Oai men victory. Red Ellis of the 0€' Men scored 12 of his team's i points. The Dunbars won a gamc from the Gym Team by% the top huãvy score of 48-6, as Staneil Walker, Perkins, and Wood' seor ed more than ten points each.
LanguageEnglish
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