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The final games before midyear examinations were played off yesterday in the interclass and graduate school basketball league.
Law Independents defeated Arts and Sciences 34 to 21, and 1926 defeated 1929 38 to 19. The graduate game witnessed a great comeback by the independent team, as the score stood 19 to 9 at the end of the first half.
The games will be resumed on February 8, immediately after midyears. The schedule is as follows: February 8, Business 2 vs. Arts and Sciences: 1927 vs. 1928; February 10, Business 1 vs. Law 3; 1929 vs. 1926; February 12, Law Independents vs. Business 1: February 15, Law 1 vs. Arts and Sciences, Law 2 vs. Law 3; February 17, 1926 vs. 1928, Business 1 vs. Arts and Sciences; February 10, Business 2 vs. Law Independents, Law 1 vs. Law 3; February 26, Arts and Sciences vs. Business 1, Law 2 vs. Business 2.
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