Sport: And Still Champions

Last year the Australians made their challenge for the Davis Cup without lanky Veteran (30) Jack Bromwich; it would have meant a trip by air, and Bromwich preferred ships. This time the Aussies traveled Jack's way and he came along as playing captain. It helped some, but not enough. At Forest Hills last week, the Aussies took the doubles (with Bromwich and 29-year-old Billy Sidwell as heroes), but the U.S.'s Ted Schroeder and Pancho Gonzales trod the challengers down under in the singles to keep the cup, 4-1. Australia's consolation: it was a bit better than last year's 5-0.

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