Sport: Canadian Tennis

If the Canadian indoor tennis championship had been played a little earlier or a little later, a Canadian might have won it, but coming last week it met the convenience of several able U. S. players, all eager to be the champion of Canada. A player from South Orange, N. J.—Gilbert Hall—was the defending Canadian champion, but Fritz Mercur of Harrisburg, Pa., seventh in the U. S. ranking, put him out. Willard Crocker, Marcel Rainville, Charles Leslie, Brian Doherty, Canadians all, were in the quarterfinals. None of them got in the semifinals....

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