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December 06, 1931 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-12-06

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Wilbaixn T. Tildeti's scheduled ap-
pearance at Yost Field house Wed-
nesday evening in a professional
tennis match with Albert Burke,
noted Irish professional, ofiers an
opportunity for Michigan students
and other tennis- enthusiasts to see
the game at its best. Thal former
amateur champion of the world, i1
now playing the best game of ten-
nis he has displayed in years; sorm
experts even contending that he i,
playing a better game now than
when he was at the top of the
"simon-pure" ranks.
Will Give Lectures.
Besides playing in the feature
match in the evening, "Big Bill"
will give two lectures on tennis at
the Natural Science auditorium on
Wednesday afternoon. One lecture
will be for the benefit of the girl
tennis enthusiasts and the other for
the boys.
In addition to' the lectures, the
players of the game, and especially
the Michigan Varsity will have an
opportunity to receive some practi-
cal instruction from the wizard of
the racquet. At least it is rumored
that Tilden will be very glad to
work out with the Varsity in order
to give them a few worthwhile
hints.
Fourth Michigan Appearance.
VWednesday's exhibition will mark
the fourth time in the past fifteen
months that he has appeared in
Michigan. In September, 1930, while
still an amateur, he appeared in a
match at the Detroit Tennis club
along with such stars as Francis
unter George Lott, Betty Nuthall,
Sarah Palfrey and others. In Feb-
ruary of this year, while touring
the country in his series of profes-
sional matches with Karel Kozeluh,
he appeared at, the Olympia.

German Heavyweight
Arrives in New York
NEW YORK, Dec. 5.--()-An-
other German heavyweight has ar-
rived in town. He's Han Schoen-
roth, former German heavyweight
champion. His American pilot will
be Joe Smith who manages Tom-
my Loughran.
Schoenrath is 29 years old, five
feet 10 inches tall, and weighs 195
pounds.

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