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Sport News
Zenzo Shimidzu, of Japan, was Til-
n's victim in the finals of ,the na-
mal clay court tennis championship
Indianapolis on Sunday, giving him
other title to add to his already
rge string. He had trouble in the.
st set but won 7-5 while the oth-
s he took 6-3 and 6-1. jWalter Wes-.
ook, former Varsity tennis' captain
.d coach during he past year, was
feated by him in the semi-finals.
Fritz Bastain and Ralph Burdick
on the doubles title when they de-
ated Walter Wesbrook . and John
ennessey in five sets of fast tennis,.
3, 3-6, 7-5, 5-7, and 6-4.
Mrs. Molla Mallory whotwas de-
ated by Mlle. Lenglen in the finals
the British women's tennis chain-
onships at Wimbledon, England,
st Saturday, issued a lengthy state-
ent with the causes of her defeat
td a challenge for another match.
Le said that she was off her game be-
Luse of the long wait of four 'hours
for'e the match and because of the'
ot that play was not begun before
o'clock when it was getting dark.
te is anxious to meet the French
oman again and is confident of vic-
ry the next time.
A glorious reception is planned for
Lle Lenglen when she reaches home
rcountry people who are elated over
r victory.

TENNIS TOURNEY
Entry lists' for the tennis tourna-
ment to be held this summer at Ferry
field are now open. Students who
desire to enter should leave' their
names and addresses at Dr. May's of-
fice in Waterman gymnasium as soon
as possible. An entrance feesof 25
cents will be charged.
Tennis tournaments are conducted
every summer.' There are usually
about 40 entries for the singles and 16
or 20 in the doubles. The money re-
ceived from the entrance fees is used
to obtain various prizes which are
given to the wpiners. The prizes con-
sist usually f some tennis article,
such as a net, racket, or balls.

LE Aj A UIi 1 1H L
OPEN HOUSE TODAY
"Open house" to all women of the
University will be held from 4 to 5:30
o'clock this afternoon at Alumnae
house, 1227 Washtenaw avenue. Tea
will be served and an opportunity will
be given the students of the Summer
session to go through this dormitory,
which is one of the smaller ones on
the campus. The opening of this house
in 1917 was the impetus for the growth
of the dormitory idea at Michigan, it
is stated.
Mrs. T. E. Rankin and Mrs. Wilbur
R. Humphreys will assist the resi-
dents of Alumnae house as hostesses.
This affair is the first of a series of
parties which have been arranged by
the Women's league for the women
here this summer. Next Tuesday aft-
ernoon one of the other dormitories
will give a similar tea party.

EDUCATIONAL CLUB
T O MEET TODAY
Mr. George Carouthers, assistant
superintendent of schools in Cleve-
land, 0., will be the speaker at the
meeting of the Women's Educational
club to be held at 7 o'clock this eve-
ning at Adelia Cheever house, 516'
Madison street. Some phases of edu-
cation in the Philippine islands will be
the subject of his address. Tentative
plans for the programs for the re-
mainder of the meetings have been
made and will be discussed at this
meeting.
All women interested in education
and educational questions are invited
to attend.
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Arcade-Anita Stewart in "The
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n golf tournament at the
f club yesterday. Two am-
ick Evans and Bobby Jones,
a by their playing this year
will finish well up among
;, while the great trio, Hag-
son, and Barnes, who did so
English open will hold up
of the American profession-
Duncan, English star, Joe
of Australia, and Abe Mit-
ngland, are the class of the
this country. In practices
scores have been made by
some ,great golfers such as
.er, Ouimet, Jesse Guilford,
'on, amateurs, Mike Brady,
k are entered and can be
to turn in some low scores.
Louis can not stand the
about to break and lose its
e American league pennant
e opinion of experts who
hed thegame. New York,
place now, will then step
ead and it is doubtful if
roit, Chicago, or St. Louis
ce them,
and St. Louis have been
er their heads so far this
1 both teams have been de-
rgely on hitting for theifr
while they have had only
pitching. Chicago, largely
e fight of Manager Gleason,
third place and fighting to
Tust whether they can keep
lepends on how well the
spond to Gleason, who has
ng them on to many vic-

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