Sport: Debutants

Tilden. Last week in Madison Square Garden William Tatem Tilden II played his first tennis as a professional. On the other side' of the net was brown, wiry Karel Kozeluh who has often been professional champion of the world and was runner-up to Vincent Richards for this title last summer. Often have tennis-lovers predicted that Kozeluh could take the measure of anyone in the game. He was steadier, a stone wall; professionals had never been given a chance to show what they could do. Amazed, they watched Tilden whack his cannonball serve across...

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