Sport: Who Won, Sep. 2, 1940

> Tennists Jack Kramer & Ted Schroeder, a pair of 19-year-old Californians: the National Doubles championship; beating Gardnar Mulloy & Henry Prusoff in the final, 6-4, 8-6, 9-7; at the Longwood Cricket Club, Brookline, Mass. For Partners Kramer & Schroeder, youngest players ever to win the U. S. Doubles, it was their twelfth victory in 15 tournaments.

> Harold S. Vanderbilt's Vim: the King's Cup, No. 1 U. S. yachting trophy; defeating two other twelve-meter sloops, Van S. Merle-Smith's Northern Light and Fred T. Bedford's Nyala, over a 17 ½-mile course; off Marblehead, Mass. Though it was the first victory for...

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