Sport: Time for a Change

Two bright new prospects have appeared on the cloudy horizon of U.S. tennis: 19year-old Chris Crawford of Piedmont, Calif, and 17-year-old Earl Buchholz Jr. of St. Louis. Crawford, a promising baseball pitcher turned tennis slugger after an arm injury, surprised tennis buffs last month by upsetting U.S. Davis Cuppers Gardnar Mulloy and Barry MacKay in the U.S. championships at Forest Hills. Later, in the Pacific Southwest tournament, he pulled the shocker of the year when he defeated Australia's Ashley Cooper, current holder of the U.S. and Wimbledon titles. Admitted Cooper: "He can hurt...

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