Sport: Wightman Cup

Mrs. Dorothy C. Shepherd-Barron was captain; her civil-engineer husband accompanied the British Wightman Cup team as coach and chaperon. Mrs. Eileen Bennett Whittingstall, once the best woman tennis player in England, was still the prettiest. Dorothy Round and little Phyllis Mudford, whom no British player beat last year, had never played in the U. S. before. Betty Nuthall, plumper and more jolly than ever, was the team's No. i. They arrived in the U. S. three weeks ago, last week at Forest Hills lost the Wightman Cup to a U. S. team five matches...

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