Sport: Court

In Detroit last week the young, sanguine U. S. tennis team won the American zone Davis Cup preliminaries by taking five matches from some torpid Cubans (Ricardo Morales, Herman Uppman, Gustavo Vollmer). The youngsters—Wilmer Allison, John Hennessey, George Lott, John Van Ryn—then sailed for England, there to team with William Tatem Tilden II and Francis T. Hunter. This U. S. sextet will play the winner of the English-Italian European zone finals for the privilege of meeting France, possessor of the Davis Cup.

In France. In the Roland Garros Stadium courts near Paris the international hard court championships were concluded last week.

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