Sport: Women's National

Uppermost in the minds of spectators at the Women's National Tennis Tournament at Forest Hills, L. I., last week was the question: Who will be the other finalist? Perhaps sure-finalist Helen Wills herself thought she knew when she said, "Sarah Palfrey ... is the best young prospect in the tournament."

Indeed, Boston's 16-year-old Miss Palfrey started off like a good prospect. She quickly disposed of early-round opponents. She easily disposed of England's brilliant Mrs. D. C. Shepherd-Barron. Then she met Mary Greef from Kansas City, with whom she takes turns winning and...

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