Tennis: Jul. 27, 1925

At St. Louis. It is not good manners to yell at a tennis match—not etiquette to jostle ladies in the stands, to jump upon seats, toss cushions, straw hats into the air. Yet that is what a crowd did at St. Louis last week and, curiously enough, its indecorum was too inevitable to be reprehended. For 4¶ sets Champion William T. Tilden II had been playing George M. Lott, young Chicagoan, for the U. S. Clay Court Championship. The former had been a trifle below form, while Lott had played a glittering, trenchant game,...

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