Tennis: Aug. 24, 1925

At Forest Hills. For the second time within a fortnight, a large crowd rose to boo, hiss and deride a national champion. Thus Pugilist William Harrison Dempsey was treated in Los Angeles (TIME, Aug. 17). Thus, last week, a gallery received Miss Helen Wills when she stepped on the courts of the West Side Tennis Club to play with Miss Mary K. Browne against Miss McKane and Miss Colyer of England in a doubles match that would decide the international women's series for the Wightman Cup. The match score stood at 3-all. Mrs. Mallory,...

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