While they plot and scheme to put together a series of big-name matchups that will attract corporate and television revenue - funds that would no doubt be put to good purpose
- CIF officials seem oblivious to a simple lesson they should have learned years ago: High school teams don't want to play in meaningless, made-for-television fund-raisers.
The "obituary" was, in fact, Sherrill's 1988 review of a biography of Cohn which (as Sherrill stated later) "went into great detail about Cohn's dying, to good purpose
, since there was something quite fitting in the putrescent ending of this very putrescent fellow.
And while her affected Locust Valley lockjaw probably doesn't endear her to the middle-class women she's targeting, she does marshal her middle-class ethnic background to good purpose
in her books and magazine.
Players are comfortable on the ball, are happy to receive it and always aim to use it to good purpose
Kieren Fallon and Mark Johnston team up rarely, but when they do, it's to good purpose
The Recovery's manager, Mr David Tucker, together with a coterie of friends and allies in the Birmingham stockbroking fraternity, was credited with reshaping West Midlands industry, for the most part successfully and to good purpose
Lima could use home advantage to good purpose
against 500-1 Wentworth shocker Scott Drummond in the Paris 72-holers.