Religion: Wimbledon Again, Tilden Still

¶Wimbledon is back in business again. Last week Queen Mary and 5,000 other tennis 'fans went to England's famed, bomb-struck stadium to see a match between U.S. and British Empire service teams. It was only a feeble nicker of the gaudy past, but there was a sprinkling of former Davis Cup players to bring back memories. Sergeant Charles Hare, a Briton who is now in the U.S. Army, teamed with Sergeant George Lott for one American victory. The best tennis of the day was played by Staff Sergeant Bob Harmon, who won his singles match with the veteran English pro, R.A.F....

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