Sport: Who Won, Jul. 3, 1939

> German exile Baron Gottfried von Cramm: the London Grass Courts tennis championship, No. 1 tune-up for this week's All-England tournament at Wimbledon (in which he is not entered); defeating Ghaus Mohammed of India in the final, 6-1, 6-3; for his first major tennis victory since he was imprisoned by the Nazis for moral turpitude over a year ago. In the semifinals, the onetime German Davis Cupper, now living in Sweden, trounced Bobby Riggs, No. 1 U. S. amateur, 6-0, 6-1. Said Donald Budge, who was among the spectators: "I think Germany made...

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