Sport: Mexico v. U. S.

More than one Mexican spectator stood up and yelled: "We would rather lose than watch that gringo play."

The gringo in question was Robert Kinsey, of U. S. birth, but a member of the Mexican Davis Cup Team. His play last week in the tennis matches against the U. S. was indifferent, almost sour. William Tatem Tilden II ran him razzle-frazzle in three straight sets. That was the beginning of a clean sweep for the U. S. at Mexico City. John Hennessy conquered Ricardo Tapia, schoolboy, and later, with less trouble, Gringo Kinsey. Wilmer...

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