Sport: Women's Tennis

Women from the East, women from the West, women from England, one from Holland gathered at Forest Hills, Long Island, with tennis rackets under their tanned trained arms. They gathered to determine who is the best player in the U. S. Most of them felt that Helen Wills was the best, with the others ranked in fairly predictable groups behind her. Matters went as expected through the early rounds. Miss Wills won, Mrs. Molla Mallory won, all the visiting Englishwomen won except Mrs. Kitty McKane Godfree who defaulted to save herself for doubles.

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