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W10DNETSD)AY, JANUJARY I 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Northwestern university at hlete sel-
ccted on many 1926 all-Ameiclan foot-
ball teams, who has waived a last year
of collegiate basketball and turned
p ofessionia.
Donnig the colors of the Rockford
Ill.,- Burrs instead of Northwestern's
colors, Pager made his debut Monday
night against the Chicago Bruins.
NET STAR ABA NDVON
0 (By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-"Big Bill"
Tilden !.today cancelled his proposed
invasion of France's tennis strong-
hold along the Rivera for the winer
season in preference to visiting Cal-1
fornia and Florida, then going abroad
in May and June as the number one
man of an official American team
which compete in the leading French
and British tournan'tent.
Tilden, in a formal statement, ex-
plained that business affairs would
prevent him from going to the Riviera
late this month its he originally
planned, and also accepting the invi-
tation of the United States lawn ten-
nis association to head its picked
team later.
Tilden's trip to California and Flori-
da will keep him out of the national
indoor championship in New York in
February. The indoor crown has been
won by Frenchmen for the past two
years, Gene Borotra in 1925, and Rene
LaCoste in 1926, but there is no pros-
pect of another Gallic invasion this
winter.
This year will be the third straight
in which the United States lawn ten-
nis association has sent a man's team
across for the principal foreign
tournaments.
Tilden's trip will be his third over-
seas since 1921 when hie won the
Wimbledon "world's title" for the
second straight year. His teammates
ford this year's team have not been
selected but Frank Hunter of New
York is likely to be included.
Yost, Weiman Attend
Football Meetings
Coaches Yost and Wieman were both
in New York during the Christmas
holidays attending the series of vai-
(Ns football and coaches meetings
held there. Wieman reported the se-
sions were ext remely interesting anl
characterized them as "the most
pr'oitable I! have ever attended."
"There were one or two gapers at
every session," Coach Wieman con-
tinued," "which were flled with good
solid material and which made all of
the meetings enjoyable and interest-
ing. There were few dry and dead
parts to the sessions."
The trip was a sort of "three in one,"
there being three different conven-
tions held om~ successive days. The'
Directors of Physical Education in
Colleges mret on the first day, followed
on successive days by the American
Football Coaches association and the
National Collegiate Athletic associa-
tion. The latter convention appointed
the new rules committee which has
E. K. Hall, formerly of Dartmouth, as
chairman.
This committee probably will meet
within the next month of two at which
time changes in the shift rule or of
the point after touchdown will prob-
ably be discussed. Coach Wienian
said there is a general belief that the
recent conventions discussed the pres-
ent rules code which is all wrong, this
being left to the rules committee it-
self. Scarcely 15 minutes of all the
sessions was given over to rules dis-
cussion, he declared. The rules com-
mittee is composed of critics and of-
ficials as well as college gridiron
coaches.
LITTLE IS AUTHORIZED

TO APPOINT GRID COACH I
(By Associated Press)
MADISON, Jan. 4.-George Little,
ahletic director at the University of
;T: 'on, and football coach, has'
_1 ? athlorized to select a football
(a!I to succee4 himself. It is un-
tiratood lie plan to relinquish diree-

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One of those easy riding, light upkrep
Franklin, closedI cars. A-i condi-
tion. New paint and A-i tires and
battery. Dial 8950 or evenings 5267
for demonstration. tf
!j FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Desirable single and dou-
ble room for graduate women. 2
blocks from campus. Dial 8006.
70-71-72
WAINTED
ROOMMATE' WANTED)-Quiet, sunny
Iroom, continuous heat night and
day. Call for John McCurry, 8267.
70-71-72
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam palys from $5 to $25 \for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

NOTICE
NOTICE-Grape juice and sweet cider.
Call R. E. Wagner, at 9534 or 22413.
70-71-72
SPECIAL
1 Seventeen jewel, Bulova Wrist
Watch, square model. Only $25.00. I
The Watch Shop 1121 S. Univ. tf

vC)'1 ICI-Sa is aec :oiguaranteed on1
all our printing; rndl (levelop~ing. 24
110111sernice. S" ift's D)rug Store,
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specialty. I3( utifit1 fabrics jor your
winter overcoat,
WILDT)H~E TAYLOR
109 H. Washing-ten
Phone 50(i!
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NOTICE-New Orthophone Portable
Victrolas, $35.00. Schaeberle & Son
Music House, 110 So. Main c tf.
NOTICE 4--Student Tailor Shop, 721£N.
University, across from Hill Audi-
tanin. Re-opened under new
mnlagelnt. Cleaning, pressing
and alterming. Ladies' work especi-
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ANN ARB1OR CARPET Cleaning
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