Sport: Men's Doubles

On the smooth tennis lawns of the Longwood Cricket Club, Brookline, Mass., famous men played doubles for the U. S. championship. Famous William Johnston, San Francisco, stepped off the train out of practice and teamed with Richard Norris Williams. Once they had played doubles together before; to win the Norwood Tournament in England, 1920. Spectators watched them narrowly, since only they could dispute with William T. Tilden Jr., Germantown, Pa., and Francis Hunter, New Rochelle, N. Y., sly shotmakers, the honor of playing doubles for the U. S. against France in the approaching...

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