Sport: Who Won, Jun. 20, 1938

¶Red-haired Donald Budge of Oakland, Calif.: the French hard-court tennis championship; in his first attempt; trouncing Czech Roderich Menzel in the final, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4; at Auteuil. Champion of the U. S., England, Australia and France, Budge at 23 is the first tennist in history to hold the "Big Four" titles at one time. Australia's Jack Crawford and England's Fred Perry each held three simultaneously, never could capture the fourth.

¶A picked team of U. S. women tennists: the Wightman Cup, for the eighth year in a row; defeating a picked team of Britons,...

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