Sport: At Forest Hills

U. S. tennis last week reached its grand finale for 1933, the National Singles Championship at Forest Hills, L. I. But that was not the only interesting event going on there. Strolling between grandstand, clubhouse and stadium courts, spectators could see numerous middle-aged and even elderly gentlemen playing tennis, and very good tennis, on the outer courts. This was the Veterans' Championship, for players over 45. In the final, onlookers beheld one of the most extraordinary tennists in the U. S., Clarence M. Charest, win the title for the third time, against...

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