Tennis: Aug. 18, 1924

Davis Cup. Not by Jiu-jitsu but by Zenzo Shimizu, Japan shunted Canada out of the Davis Cup play, at Montreal. "Shimmie," Captain of the Nipponese, baffled both members of the Canadian team, Willard Crocker and Jack Wright, in singles matches. Okamoto did likewise, the Canadians' only win being the doubles, against Okamoto and Harada. Score—Japan 4, Canada 1.

At Baltimore, the Australian team —Gerald Patterson, Pat O'Hara WTood, Norman E. Brookes—brushed an ineffectual Mexican contingent aside.

Australia and Japan thus faced each other in the finals of the American Zone. The winner...

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