Sport: Davis Cup, Aug. 5, 1935

At Wimbledon last week, Joseph W. Wear, banker, court tennist and non-playing captain of the U. S. Davis Cup team, was up against a tough question. The U. S. team had just managed to beat Germany in the interzone final (TIME, July 29). In the doubles, after match point had been called against them five times, Wilmer Allison and John Van Ryn had nosed out Baron Gottfried von Cramm and Kay Lund in five long sets. Next day, Allison had, as expected, won his singles match against Heiner Henkel and Donald Budge had amazingly...

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