Sport: Racquets

The progress of international indoor sport was furthered last week at the serenely social Racquet and Tennis Club, Manhattan, with certain games of racquets. Around the white oblongs of the courts flew small hard balls. Smashing and coaxing them with long slim implements like attenuated tennis racquets U. S. notables and sturdy Britishers played for the International Racquets Trophy. The doubles were divided. Singles went one match to Britain, one to U. S. Into the court strode Clarence C. Pell, U. S. champion, to serve and smash and nurse his shots against J....

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