Tennis: Jul. 28, 1924

At Indianapolis, Ind., only 43 minutes were required by elongated by W. T. Tilden II, of Philadelphia, to subdue Brian I. C. Norton in his semi-final match of the National Clay court championship. The title was Tilden's for a third successive year when he followed up that performance with smashes that flattened Harvey Snodgrass, of Los Angeles.

National Clay Court Doubles champions: Robert and Howard Kinsey, of San Francisco.

Proceeding to Glencoe, Ill., Tilden thundered into the finals of that State's title-play, descended upon Howard Kinsey, flattened him.

At Boston, high ranking tennis exponents competed for the Longwood Bowl, a trophy never won by...

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