Page 9, 27th May 1938

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Page 9, 27th May 1938 — David v. David
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David v. David

Young David beat Goliath (in the shape of big brother David) when Edmund and Herman David met in the lawn tennis finals of the North London Cup. As Herman had won three years in succession his brother succeeded in depriving the family of the trophy for keeps.

The Davids are the tennis stars produced by Stonyhurst where the game has been played fairly seriously, as schools go, for twenty-five years.

Another remarkable feature about the Davids is that they are cousins of the Feenys, an immense clan of brothers, cousins and uncles, who—unless I am mistaken—justly pride themselves on the fact that they are all the products of a mixed marriage that gave the Church (and Stonyhurst) almost a new race,




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