Sport: Wightman Cup

At Forest Hills, L. I., U. S. women were destroying chances of British women for the Wightman Cup. Helen Wills, to describe whose game sporting writers resort to increasing jumbles of superlatives, was worthy of their praise and easily defeated Joan Fry and Mrs. Kathleen McKane Godfree. Molla Mallory, with more difficulty, did the same thing. Miss Wills and Mrs. Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman won a doubles match for the U. S.; Eleanor Goss and Charlotte Hosmer Chapin lost one. Helen Jacobs lost the only U. S. singles match to Betty Nuthall sixteen-year-old-English girl who defeated Mrs. Mallory at Wimbledon. The score...

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