Sport: Tilden Still Top

Professional tennis players in the U. S. are of two sorts: those who teach tennis and those who exhibit themselves for a living. The latter class, mostly onetime amateurs, has multiplied recently. Still numerically small, it contains all the best players, since patting soft shots at novices spoils the teachers for high-grade competition. In it are William Tatem Tilden II; his good friend Frank Hunter; Vincent Richards, onetime Tilden protégé; Howard Kinsey. Californian cut-stroker; Emmett Pare, youngest member of Tilden Tennis Tours, Inc.: and Karel Kozeluh, who was supposed to be...

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