Sport: Future Cuppers

The United States Lawn Tennis Association, ruling body of U. S. amateur tennis, keeps a sharp eye on all promising junior players to detect, if possible, embryonic Davis Cuppers. For, blushing unseen among the juniors might be another Donald Budge, Robert Riggs, Frank Parker or Joseph Hunt—all of whom started playing first-rate tennis before they were 18 (junior-division age limit). The age limit for the boys' division is 15, but there is no law against a boy or a junior playing in an older division. Vincent Richards won the U. S. men's...

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