Tennis: Oct. 7, 1929

Among the professional tennis players who gathered for their championship last week at Forest Hills, L. I., were many whose jobs at country clubs keep them teaching children and patting easy serves across to elderly ladies who want to reduce—keep them, in short, from ever getting a decent match. Most of these had not come to Forest Hills in the hope of winning but because they wanted to play some tennis.

It was generally conceded that Karel Kozeluh and Vincent Richards would meet in the finals as they do in all U. S....

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