A lean-faced Chicago University student and a round-faced Stanford one stepped to tennis fame at Brookline, Mass. They won the national doubles championship from a field which included the Tilden-Hunter team, oldtime champions, and the Van Ryn-Allison team, Wimbledon ("world's") champions. Round-faced John Hope Doeg of Stanford, 20, lefthanded, a smiting server, was especially pleased with himself because it gave him high rank in a high-ranking tennis family. His mother was one of the four court-famed Sutton sisters. His uncle Thomas C: Bundy, who married...

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