i. * ■ A SUGGESTED REFORM. 87 Ttl«ur»t>li.— Pre«i AsseclaMoH.-'Copyrigs*, (Received August S3, 9.40 a.m.) LONDON, 22nd August. A. F. Wilding, of New Zealand, in an article contributed to Fry's Magazine, favours the holder playing through the championship, if the All England Club will change the system, is willing to resign the championship if it will facilitate a reform.
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LAWN TENNIS., Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 46, 23 August 1911
LAWN TENNIS. Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 46, 23 August 1911
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