Tennis: Aug. 11, 1924

Davis Cup. Zonal elimination play continued for the right to challege the U. S. for the Davis Cup.

At Eastbourne, England, France arose and broke her semi-final tie with England, won 3 matches to 2.

At Evian-les-Bains, France smothered Czecho-Slovakia, won the European Zone test.

At Bay Ridge, N. J., Australia mastered China in the American Zone play, qualified to meet Mexico at Baltimore in the semifinals.

At Ellis Island, N. Y., the Japanese team, en route from France to play Canada, was detained, Firpo-like, for passport discrepancies, released on parole telephonically from Washington.


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