Sport: T-Square

The story of tennis tournaments all over the world has been for the last ten years the biography of a narrow, T-square tennis player, William Tatem Tilden II. The story of the national singles championship at Forest Hills last week was the same story with certain variations.

Tilden had not won at Forest Hills since 1925, and admittedly he would not have won this year had Réné Lacoste or Henri Cochet of France been entered. But Lacoste was so seriously ill in the Swiss Alps that he may never be able to play again, and...

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