Sport: Indoor Tennis

Because the surface is so fast that it makes long rallies infrequent, indoor tennis is less taxing than outdoor. For this reason Jean Borotra, who can not scamper through a long match so spryly as he used to do, finds it more to his taste. To defend his indoor championship of the U. S.. which he has won every odd-numbered year since 1925, he last week made one of his business-&-tennis visits to Manhattan. In the quarter-final he came up against Berkeley Bell of Texas. Before Borotra could find out exactly how Bell contrived to pass him almost every time he...

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