Tennis: Jul. 6, 1925

Intercollegiates. When Maurice E. McLoughlin, the California Comet, came blazing across the U. S., lawn tennis followers saw for the first time what efficiency could be displayed by a player who never, if he could help it, took a ball on the bounce, but rushed for the net, to volley, smash, chop. Many lively Californians since have endeavored to maintain their state's tradition for skill at the net. Last week, a youth named Edward G. Chandler of the University of California won the Intercollegiate Tennis Championship from Cranston Holman of Stamford, 6-4, 6-3,...

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