Sport: Davis Cup, May 23, 1932

In Rome, Copenhagen, Havan, Torquay, Warsaw and New Orleans last week a conspiracy began to close in against France. Six nations' tennis teams eliminated six others from the second round of international Davis Cup play. The U. S. defeated Mexico; Australia, Cuba; England, Rumania; Denmark, Jugoslavia; Poland, Holland; Italy, Egypt. The French, defending Davis Cup champions since 1927, were alarmed, but not by numbers. They knew that only three nations had a chance and that at least one new tennis phenomenon must be found to take the Davis Cup away from France....

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