Sport: National Doubles

Ellsworth Vines Jr. of Pasadena and Frederick J. Perry of London were the two most interesting players in the National Doubles Championship at the Longwood Cricket Club last week. Vines, whose father owns a chain of Pacific Coast meat stores, has been the sensation of this year's early season tournaments. He won the Longwood and Seabright invitation tournaments, won again at Newport last fortnight, where he beat Perry in the finals. A lanky youth who often plays in a broad white linen cap. he uses a slice serve, an Eastern grip for...

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