Tennis: Aug. 3, 1925

At Glencoe, Ill. William T. Tilden II, lean-faced histrion, dearly loves to make a great gallery prickle with the delicious belief that it is about to see the defeat of a champion, dearly loves to astound that gallery with a crashing, irresistible rally.

He thus indulged young George Lott in the finals of the Clay Court championship (TIME, July 27). Last week in the Illinois State tournament at the Skokie Country Club, Glencoe, Ill., he mocked Harvey Snodgrass, No. 6 on the ranking list, in the same fashion, permitting...

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