Art: Davis Cup

Trying to win the Davis Cup for the last four years has meant eventually trying to beat the top British tennists. This year, with England's Fred Perry turned professional, experts figured that the Davis Cup final would really be the interzone matches between the U. S. and Germany. Soon as the draw was announced last week, experts alsc knew that the U. S. and Germany would split the first two matches—U. S. No. i Donald Budge trouncing Henner Ernst Otto Henkel, and German No. i Baron Gottfried von Cramm trouncing Bryan ("Bitsy")...

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