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I reverted an addition (below the stub, cats, and language tags!) by 188.8.131.52 which appears to be a complete copy of the text here: http://www.tennisfame.org/enshrinees/jack_kramer.html
Turnstep 13:10, 28 October 2005 (UTC)
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changing to "Jack Kramer (tennis)" ... 
There is third "Jack Kramer" that would be good to include in Wikipedia. The second one is listed as "Jack Kramer (baseball)". Let's change THIS ONE to "Jack Kramer (tennis)" and add the third one as "Jack Kramer (gardening)".
I am not familiar with editing enough to make such a change; I hope some senior editor will help out here. Thanks. -- LC Richter —Preceding unsigned comment added by LCRichter (talk • contribs) 15:43, 29 June 2010 (UTC)
- That I do remember reading but again that means he thought Riggs was the best so that should be the only name listed.
"father" of the professional tour? 
Nonsense. The professional tour had existed for 20 years before Kramer even JOINED it as a player. See the articles about Vinnie Richards, Tilden, Vines, Budge, Perry, and Riggs. Geez, where does this nonsense come from? Also "lost by five votes" -- WHOSE votes, when, and where? The more WP gets edited, the worse it becomes. Hayford Peirce (talk) 03:48, 27 April 2012 (UTC)