Sport: Even Dozen

In 1924 the U. S. defeated Australia in one fell swoop in the challenge round for the Davis Cup, great silver symbol of international lawn tennis supremacy. Last week, on the same courts of the Germantown Cricket Club, a 1938 crop of U. S. and Australian Davis Cuppers met again in the challenge (final) round.

The team from Down Under was a twosome: 25-year-old Adrian Quist, a fifth year Davis Cupper rated by many as the world's No. 2 amateur; and 19-year-old John Bromwich, a sophomore who caused a sensation in international tennis last...

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