Sport: Davis Cup, Aug. 6, 1934

The U. S. last week played England at Wimbledon in the challenge round for the Davis Cup, lost the first two matches, won the third. With the score 2-to-1 for England, the U. S. team could win this No. 1 tennis trophy only by repeating what it had done the week before against Australia.

The score was also two matches to one in favor of Australia when towheaded Sidney B. Wood Jr. went out to play Australia's Jack Crawford. Inspired tennis won two sets for Wood, 6-3, 9-7 before rain postponed play for the...

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