Sport: Davis Cup, Aug. 8, 1932

Not since France won the Davis Cup in 1927 has Paris been so excited about the challenge round as it was last week. A crowd of 10,000 filled Roland Garros Stadium so full that when Dwight Filley Davis, U. S. doubles champion (with Holcombe Ward) in 1899-1901. who put up the Davis Cup in 1900, arrived there was no place for him to sit. Instead of being taken to the box occupied by President Albert Lebrun, Mr. Davis vas allowed to sit in a stand reserved for superfluous officials. Irked, he went home after...

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