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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Convieted Man Not Student Here
In spite of widespread press re-
ports that Lloyd Mahan of Houghton,
who was recently found guilty of man-
slaughter in Duluth, is a student in
the University, the records in the of-
fice of the secretary show that no such
man has ever registered here. The
belief is that the man was a student
in the University of Minnesota, as this
confusion of the names of the two uni-
versities in syndicated news stories
has happened before.
The United State adopted standard
time in 1883, on the initiative of the
American Railway association.
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PROGRESS SHOWN BY YOUNGER STARS
IN ANNUAL RATING OF TENNIS WORLD

YOST ATTENDS THREE
SCOENIN IEST

Tilden Again Heads List of Court
Luminaries with Johnston in
Second Plae
WILLIAMS AND KUMAGAE DROP
WHILE NEER MAKES ADVANCE
(By Associated Press)E
New York, Jan. 3. - Comparison of
the official tennis ranking lists for the'
seasons of 1920 and 1921 indicateI

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clearly the rapid advance of the
younger generation-of tournament rac-
quet wielders. Of the 20 players se-
lected by-the ranking committee of the
U. S. L. T. A., for the National Men's
Singles list more than 50 per cent ad-
vanced in an impressive manner dur-
ing the 1921 playing season. In fact
but two of the tournament stars hold
the same positions in the rankings an-
nounced yesterday that they occupied
at the close of the 1920 season.
Tilden Leads
William T. Tilden, 2nd, of Philadel-
phia, national and international cham-
pion for the past two years, is No. 1,
while William M. Johnston, of San
Francisco, holds the second place in
the United States ranking. Passing be-
low these two players the shifting of
positions immediately becomes mark-
ed. Vincent Richards, of Yonkers, N.
Y., has advanced from 12th to 3rd
place; Wallace F. Johrison, of Phila-
delphia, runner-up to Tilden in the Na-
tional Championship, is placed 4th in
stead of 10th, as was the case in 1920.
Watson M. Washburn, of New York,
moved"'up two places.
The first drop in the list is that of
R. Norris Williams, 2nd, of Boston, na-
tional champ on in 1914 and 1916. Wil-
liams dropped three places, being No.
3 in 1920 and No. 6 In 1921. Ichiya
-Kumagae, the Japanese star, also slip-
ped back in the ranking, going from
No. 4 to 7. In 8th place is S. Howard
Moshell, of New oYrk, a gain of five
places in 12 months. The most start-
ling advance among the first 10 play-
ers was that made by Lawrence B.
Rice, of Newton Center, Mass., who is
ranked No. 9, whereas a year ago he
was placed in 34th position. Nat. W.
Niles, of Boston, dropped 'from No. 9
to 10th place.
Davis Drops
In the second 10 Willis Davis, of
San Francisco, is ranked No. 11 ,a loss
of six points. Dean Mathey, of Cran-
ford, N. J., also slipped back three
places, while William J. Clothier, of
Philadplphla, champion in 1906,
proves that years have not dulled his
game by holding 6th place for another
season. Probably the most striking
advance was that made by Phil Neer,
of Portland, Ore., who moved up from
54th place a year ago to 20th in the
latest ranking.
From a geographical standpoint the
ranking shows that the East still
maintains the lead in tennis. Thirteen
of the first 20 players hail from At-
lantic coast cities; 5 from the Pacific
coast; 1 from the Middle West, and
Kumagae from Japan .although he is
credited with playing from an Eastern
club.
The ranking of the first 20 players
in men's singles for 1921 as compared
with 1920 is shown in the following
table:

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1 William T. Tilden, 2nd, Phil-
adelphia, Pa. ............. 1
2 William M. Johnston, San
Francisco. Cal..............2
3 Vincent Richards, Yonkers,
N.Y. .................12
4 Wallace F. Johnson, Phila-
deluhia. Pa................10
5 Watcon Washburn, New York,
N.Y....................7
6 R. Norris Wi'liams, 2nd, Bos-
ton, Mass. ............... )3
7 Ichiya Kumagae, New York,
N. Y ..................... 4
8 S. Howard Voshell, Brooklyn,
N.Y................... 13
9 Lawronce B. Rice, Newton
Center, Mass...............34
10 Nathaniel W. Niles, Boston,
Mess....................9
11 Willis R. Davis, San Francis-
co Ca..................5
12 Robert Kinsey, San Francisco,
Cal...................... 19
13 Howard Kinsey, San Francis-
co. Cal................. 25
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15 W. Pearson, Philadephia,
Pa...................... 40
16 W. J. Clothier, Philadelphia,
Pa.... ............16
17 Fran Matheyv. Cranford. N. J.. 14
18 Frank T. Anderson, Brooklyn,
N. Y.................... 28
19 Fred C. Anderson, Brooklyn,,
N. Y..... ..........41
20 Phillip Neer. Portland, Ore.. 54
Omitted from ranking, owing to in-
clfficient data. Roland Roberts, Wal-
'ace Bates. Edmund Levy. C. J. Grif-
fin, Zenzo Shimidzu. W. Merrill Hall,
Samuel Hardy, Francis T. Hunter.
Carl Fischer, Marshall Allen, and the
members of the visiting Davis Cup
teams from England and Australia.
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