Sport: Court Career

Because there are only 12 racquets courts and about 300 racquets players in the U. S., racquets might seem to offer a choice field for any able-bodied young man who wanted the distinction of championship at some well-publicized and patrician indoor sport. Last week, this point of view appeared to be substantiated when a wiry, darkhaired young Manhattan stockbroker named Robert Grant III, in his first season of serious racquets competition, won the U. S. amateur championship in New York's Racquets & Tennis Club after playing four tournament matches in the course of...

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