Sport: £500

A report came from Australia that James O. Anderson will play no more international tennis. The Captain of the Australian Davis Cup team of 1923, and its most able player asked for £500 or retirement—and did not get £500. As told by the Sydney Referee, the story is as follows: "The trouble is really a recrudescence of that which arose just before the Davis cup team left for America. First Anderson said he would go. Then he laid down conditions which the Australasian Association found it could not accede to. Then Anderson forewent...

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