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Racket Racket

GLORY'S NET—William T. Tilden 2nd— Doubleday, Doran ($1.00).

In this, one of the first of the new $1 books, Racketeer William Tatem Tilden, onetime world's tennis champion, still up among the first and still the dread of the Davis Cup Committee,* has written a novel. Appropriately, it is a tale of tennis, its hero, at least in tennis ability, much like the author.

David Cooper, an unknown from the Middle West, leaps into fame overnight by winning the national championship at Forest Hills. More, he leaps...

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