Re: 1918 results
Thanks Mark. All added-with one slight correction. The Western Canadian Hard Court Championships would have been on what we now call clay. It would make sense that the Canadians followed Britian in calling clay courts "hard courts". Thus the British Hard Courts were actually what are more commonly referred to today as clay.
In addition crushed shale is a common variation of a clay court.
Added a couple more finals found via the NYT.
Last edited by Rollo; Mar 9th, 2011 at 03:42 PM.