Sport: Tennis

At Wimbledon last week, every one wondered who would play Henri Cochet of France in the final. They stopped wondering in the second round when Cochet, playing a sleepy match against an unseeded Englishman named Ian G. Collins, lost i 2-6, 6-8, 6-0, 3-6.

Sidney B. Wood, to whom Shields defaulted in last year's final, and Ellsworth Vines were the two the London galleries wanted most to see. Wood, who did poorly on last year's Davis Cup team, was playing brilliant tennis again. He had three easy matches before he played Gregory Mangin, U....

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