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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEThN

'OPEN.' TOURNAMENTS
'Itenniis Czars Oppose Tilen-Hlunter
Plani For '[wio Teami Davis
Culp Platy
HELEN WILLS LEADS
(By Associated Press) f
CHICAGO, Feb. 13.-The old guard
of tennis, both :among players and
officials, was forced to give ground
befoire the onslaught of new ideas
and youthful skill in the first meet-
ing of the United States Lawn Tennis
association ever held in the west.
One of the most radical decisions
of Saturday's meeting was approval
of "open" tournaments, giving recog-
nition to those stars who turned pros
last winter to shalre in the Lenglen
tour. The asociation indicated that
competition between amateurs -and
pros, on application of any club ix?
good standing, would be sanctioned
paving the way for an evenxtful open
championship in tennis, like those in
golf.

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1Aside from the uncommon physique
of one "Mr. Murphy" who played
center for the Bailermakers, the most
outstanding part of the much hearlded
"battle of the weelr' was the disap-
pointing shooting of the Wolverines
except for a few spirited moments at
the start and just before the close of
the gam^.
11,eiuic 1Ocsterbaan alene kept upl
the burdeni of findinig the 11001,
and in so doing-%was almjost heroic
because Purdue -was guarding lhm
so closely.
In contra~st to this was the work of
Captain Frank Harrigan. Without a
doubt, Harrigan spent perhaps the
most barren night of his entire basket-
ball career, being completely "off" in
practically all departments of the
gamne.

of Purdue"S'"s uceessand t Ii fact: tatI
('ummliS, high point pi an of 1927, 'Wil-
son1, and l Wicox, 811l !eare'd in Big Ten'
circles, are ]ioid1=ng down "bench
reservat ion,,.''
Incideiata I y ilhe oficiating 1rob-
aaW3tas htie pooresi -,cn here in
St'-1110 imae9 . la Ier PI' rytake had
piled up a 1:a41>.Ya1I lead9 ,She was
lgiven 11ew' n"rrw 4e('!a mrOl1 ften.;
bdom M Iat po~int, it was 1Michj1g.11
wito iWa sshamuelessly "rolbbedl."
It was all about even but not con-
ducive to good basketball nor to good
sportsmanship in the crowd.
r'N1AivtllslrY 1I111 SCHOOL r
jT1O PLAI FEWNDA).$E('A41ERS
I 'niversity high school basket-
ball team wvill engage Lincoln
jhigh school of Ferndale, a class
I team, this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock on the local floor. Rated
j as a class C aggregation the Cubs
-Iare going out of their class in
Iini meeting the suburbanite's.

YPSI CkTTO llI
(('ont lulled front]% 'age }Y
of I terman. Nyta:nd, eet'r i
11 ,edl an anlIe injulr -inl iii c e ; ,
at Alma last Wdedy ~~~1l.
!)rovc(1 a 0CiX 11(18 le fTWF'hQ1e1 2 t
O i, c(ontests5 is W Ilihlie Im p
ed and has 8(10 -I mat cr1 ia ,4
Michigan often-, .
In anncuu('ia g bhe oV;m 1i-
lip for toi 1 5 (Gilt t t 'C a cIi Nta
stated that. with the pos}sible exec-
tiona of Magri m, the Al Phig.-Ila coin-
hinadlon will lhe the sanme as the w o,
which faced Cit y college lii(1n
night. If Nyland is able to iday, t~p~
plans to alternate himt wil i'lag::
at the firE-t position. P~robalble lineat i
follows:
Jalsamo................ail 1leed
Kanitz ............ ..........lBroth
SMagram or Nyland c............boran
M"yron...........g.......Couch ( ±)
Lovell...........g .........\lllieP

CORNWELL COAL - COKE
Scranton, Pocahop-,asj
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's het together.
CORN TWELL COAL -COKE
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones. Office : 4551.-4552 Yard Office : 5152

C LASSIFIE
Advertising
NOTICE-Good foed and good service,
cilo block, from (campus--that's why
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 5163
E. Williams.
ta)UmAor 12 in a private dining room.
IBoardl by week, (lay, or meal. Cut-
ting Cafe, State and Monroe.
99. 10(), 1031
lit E88MAK1NG--Experitenced; can
furnish references. Estimate given
on work desired. Phone 3655.
SUn., Tues., Thu rs.
NOTICE-Two used portable type-
writers for sale. One and two years
old respectively. Reasonable prices.
Call 3489. E. H. Munn.
Tues., Thurs., Sate.
NOTICE-Be sure and visit this most
modern and efficient Hlat Cleaning
andl Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan
Theatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
DO you know that the Gypsy Inn
serves complete, delicious evening
dinners for 50c. Yes-Atmosphere
and music too. Under Student man-
agement. 712 Hill St.
94, 95, 96, 97, 98. 99
NOTICE-We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p mn. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
20 100
TYPEWRITER SERVICE
TYPEWRITlERS-Ail makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, re-
paired. Our machines and work
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
t0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
TYPEWRITING and Mlimeographing
promptly and neatly done by ex-
perienced operators at moderate
rates. College work a specialty for
nearly twenty years. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.
While on vacation leave your type-
writers at Rider's Pen Shop. A good
time to have them* cleaned and ad-
justed.
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS-Our rapid
turnover insures a fresh stock. You
secure the best quality at a moder-
ate price. 0. D, Morrill, 17 Nickels
Arcade.
TYPINQ--Theses a specialty. Hea-
lsonable rates. M. V. Hartsuff.

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PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Underwood,
Renmington, Royal.
We have all mtakes.
colored deco finishes. M RR L
reade. Phone 6615.

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FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Better have your Fountain Pen .looked
over now at Rider's Pen Shop. You
will want them in good shape for
exams.
FOIL. ENT
DOUBLE room, also roommate by Lit.
student; rent reasonable. 13:17
Washtenaw. 4354. 97, 98, 99
FRRENT-Suite at 311 Thompson,
toblocks from campus, $8.50 for-
two men, $6.50 for one. Steam heat.
uotinuous hot water. 97, 98,. 99
SDOUBLE room, large, warm, pleasant.
Aso single room, and one-half share
indouble room. Very reasonable.
> 808 Packard. Phone 5320. 98, 99, 100
AnMntt$32 per week at
AnArbor's only Men's Dormitory.
Underilly new Management.
Especially adapted for Student's con-
venience. New, Fire-proof Building,
Steamn heat, Shower Baths, Hot and
cold water i~n each room.
Lounging and Smoking Room
915 Sybil St., near Ferry Field. Dial
4770.
COMFORTABLE front suite, suitable
for two men student's; also room-
mate wanted for Senior. One block
from Campus. 807 East Washington,
98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104
FOR RENT-Front suite. Will rent
single. Dial 7618. 515 Walnut. 99
SINGLE or double room;, only one
other student in house. 524 Walnut.
Phone 22197. 99
IY'ANTED
WANTED-Saleslady for ladies ready-
to-wear department. Full or palrt
S time. Only experienced salesladies
need auply. The Fair Store, 200
North Main . 99, 100, 101
SINGLE colored man desires position
as (porter with ,fraternity hiou.se.
Experience and references. Call 8309
99, 100, 101
WANTED-Roommate, engineer pre-
ferred. Phone 6950. Ausel. 98, 99
WANTED-By graduate students.
apartment or suite for remainder
of semester. Box 29, Daily. 98, 99, 100
LOST
LOST-Brown vest, Friday night, on
Packard: Dial 5088. Ask for Hunter.
. 98, 99
LOST-"Buxton key pack with six
keys; return to William M. Martin,
610 Thompson. 98, 99, 100
LOST-Cut glass punch bowl and1
base, table and silver ladle. These
articles were lost in Barbour Gym,
on the morning after the J-Hop.
Trigon Club. Call 4439. Reward.
98, 99
LOST-BILLFOLD, containing large
Xum~ of money in or near Michi-
gan Theater. Please phone Stein-
baugh, 9817 or 4717. Reward.
99, 100, 101
LOST-Large black signet ring, with
gold B, Sunday night. R. A. Bur-
hans, 3497. 99, 100, 101
LOST-Saturday night, small change
purse, between Slater's and Field
house or in Union. Dial 6126, ask
for Davis. 99

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