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William Tatem Tilden II, regarded last year as past his tennis prime and promising no further usefulness in Davis Cup competition, was planning to make some money this year, reporting the challenge round against France instead of playing in it gratis. The Davis Cup committee begged him to change his mind. They said it was all right about reporting so long as he did not file a wire the days he was actually playing. Having won the "world's championship" at Wimbledon (although he did not have to...

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