Sport: Bright New Faces

In sunny New South Wales, as in Southern California, it is near-perfect tennis weather all year long. Oswald William Thomas Sidwell liked to play tennis as much as the next youngster, but figured that his real sporting future lay on a golf course. Then the war gave Billy Sidwell a chance to play tennis against G.I.s in Britain. He did so well that he decided to stick to the game. Last week all Australia had reason to be thankful.

At Longwood Cricket Club in Chestnut Hill, Mass., Australia was matched with Czechoslovakia in the...

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