Sport: Oriental

Japan made her official entry for the Davis Cup tennis matches of 1924, bringing the total number of challenging nations up to thirteen. The Japanese entered to play in the "American Zone," which means that in the preliminary matches they will meet both China and Australia, who have also entered in the American Zone. The team: Zenzo Shimizu, captain of the 1923 team, for many years a mainstay of Japanese tennis—he who very nearly overcame the remarkable Tilden in 1921. Masanosuke Fukuda, also of the 1923 team and known in this country. Sanao Okamoto....

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