Sport: New England

A large gallery at Hartford saw Tennis Champion William T. Tilden II make his arms into pointed complements, while his body—the sum of their two right angles—remained a straight line that bounded from point to point of an oblong parallelogram of green turf, other factor of this geometric contes was Manuel Alonso, the Spaniard, whose returns went into the net, over the baseline, whose wrist played him false so that Tilden defeated him with ease, 6-4, 6-4, 6-1, winning the New England Tennis Championship.

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