Sport: Great Greef

A name now italicized in U. S. Tennis is Mary Greef. It would be capitalized if she had won just one more set in last week's tournament at Essex Country Club, Manchester,. Mass. Although she gave warning lately by beating Miss Sarah Palfrey, the 1928 girl's indoor champion, in straight sets at Longwood, the Essex officials did not bother to "seed" her in their tournament. As the play proceeded at Essex last week, she trounced Miss Marjorie Gladman, the 1927 Junior champion. Then she trounced Miss Eleanor Goss, No. 5 ranking player in...

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