Sport: Davis Cupmen

Long after the match was over they were talking about it on the veranda of the casino and over at the Greenbrier, using what they knew about the temperaments of the players, as much as their memory of what they had seen, to understand what had happened. It was an episode pregnant with questions of sportsmanship and it took place under the eyes of Joseph W. Wear, chairman of the Davis Cup Committee, in a quarter final match of the Mason & Dixon tournament at White...

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