SWEDEN: Sweden

A thrilling mystery was solved on the French Riviera. A Mr. "G.," who sent in his name as a competitor in the Southern France open tennis championship tournament, turned out to be King Gustavus of Sweden, who is spending a vacation in the Sunny South.

Asked by a journalist what he thought of the situation in Europe, King Gustavus replied: "I think Gordon Lowe should win the men's singles, and that Mile. Lenglen is certain to carry off the honors in the women's singles."

This is the first time in history that a reigning monarch will take part in an open...

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