Beat the Game.
Chelsea has never won the Champions League.
from profesor elm at new bark town..1st u hve to beat the elite 4 and lance at Pokemon leageu..after that profesor elm will call u n will gve u the ticket.. :)
first go to the ice cave in island for then you will see a pokeball but can't get it go to the end of the cave and you'll find it also it is waterfall you'll need it to find the first elite for there you will battle onw of the team rocket guys then she will go back to her house but when you leave the island she is back at the Pokemon leageu. bye brittani
When you beat the poke'mon league in black or white, it is the equivalant of beating it once in the other games. you then try to fill up the national poke'dex as much as you can. you actually battle the champion the second time you challenge the leageu and you finish the Team Plasma story arc the first time(I will not spoil the ending in case you have not gotten there yet.
first u own da pkm leageu then u obtain da nationaal dekz an den u go to veilstone city and den go down there should be a nuw path for u go in and there is sendoff spring u go into da hole called turbak kave then u just take randomm doorz and u will arive by sone legendarys pokimonz called geartinaz and den u catch it and be happy hope this helped and sorry for not typing so guudz I'm a liitle dhrunkz
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I spent a little time researching this but can't find any source for historic enrollment numbers at all of these schools. I found articles referring to Billy Packer's Wake Forest team (1962) and that could be true, although current enrollment at Wake is 4400 (undergrad). Jacksonville claims to be the smallest school to play in the championship game (1970) and their current enrollment (3400) would make them smaller than Wake now, but then? Another article (on Xavier, currently 4000 undergrads) suggested it would be the smallest "since 1979", a year in which Indiana State's Larry Bird team was the smallest (current ISU undergrad enrollment is 8000+). The other participants that year were Michigan State, DePaul (over 20,000) and Penn (notable less for its size than it's no-scholarship Ivy Leageu credentials), so I'm not sure why they chose that reference. I haven't been able to prove, therefore, that St. Bonaventure was not the smallest when it made the final four in 1970 (on Bob Lanier's big shoes and soft touch, but sadly with him on crutches). Current undergrad enrollment (2400) is, I think, only slightly higher than it was in 1970 (when they beat Davidson in the first round). I will, nevertheless, root for Davidson to establish the new mark this year. Providence College played in two final fours and they are under 4,000 in enrollment. I believe Holy Cross also played in one back in the day and they are small as well.