Sport: Davis Cup

Youth and Age played together in France to try to get the Davis Cup back to the U. S. Youth was too young, Age too old. The cup stayed where it was. Experts agreed it would have stayed there even if there had been more Age and less Youth. As it was, Youth got some valuable experience.

Age, in the person of William Tatem Tilden, II., playing in what was advertised as his last international match, made a small bet with Player Henri Cochet of France and rushed into the first singles match with a...

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