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Tiger Hoopmen Seize First Place in Eastern League

30-23 Win Over Cornell gives Orange And Black E. I. L. Lead

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Paced by Danny Carmichael and lanky John Meyerholz, the Princeton hoopmen have jumped into first place in the Eastern Intercollegiate League standings, by virtue of Saturday's 30-23 victory over Slum Gullion's Cornell quintet.

The Nassau five opened its E.L.L. season against the Big Red, and is batting 1.000 thus far. By denting Cornell, the Tigers not only helped themselves to top honors, but broke a three-way tie between Yale, Dartmouth, and Cornell, all of whom had split leading laurels previous to the Princeton win.

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