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Bill Tilden will exhibit his tennis wares for an hour tomorrow in the Indoor Athletic Building, and all you have to do to gain admission is identify yourself as a student by showing a contribution or participation booklet.
The famed net veteran will begin his exhibition at two o'clock up on the third floor. His schedule is uncertain, but he will undoubtedly demonstrate all of the shots in the game during the hour. Tilden's present barnstorming tour started a week age in New York.
For one or two sets he can hold his own with any player in the world, but after that he tires appreciably.
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