Sport: At Longwood

Scratch a Californian and you find a tennis player. Last week more tennis laurels went West. The ubiquitous, indefatigable, highly skillful brothers Kinsey—Robert and Howard —convinced all comers at the Longwood Cricket Club (Chestnut Hill, Mass.) that the national doubles wreath ought to hang on the Golden Gate beside Helen Wills' national singles, doubles and Olympic foliage and the numerous, though more withered, prizes of Mary K. Browne, May Sutton Bundy, Maurice E. Mc-Laughlin, "Little Bill" Johnston and "Peck" Griffin.

Had it not been for the Kinseys, the doubles title would...

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