Sport: Lenglen

A nut-brown maid whose exclamatory legs and bandeaued coif have been photographed innumerable times for the press of the U. S., of Europe, was posed once more last week before a battery of cameras. She, Mile. Suzanne Lenglen, had just won the women's tennis championship of France. She seemed browner than ever before. Her legs, still eloquent, were leaner. She played recklessly and, when she occasionally lost a point withheld her gesticulations. She defeated Miss Kathleen McKane of England, 6-1, 6-2; proceeded, with her partner, Mile. Vlasto, to win the women's doubles; and,...

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