Sport: Wightman Cup

When Mrs. Helen Wills Moody fell ill last week of what her doctors called "sub-acute unstable fifth lumbar vertebrae symptoms" and what Sports Colyumist Westbrook Pegler called "a crick in her back," it looked alarming for the U. S. Wightman Cup team. The ablest substitute in sight was slim, brown Sarah Palfrey, a girl who has played the most graceful tennis in the U. S. for the last four years but who has always, out of some childish nervousness, failed to do her best in important matches. Last fortnight Sarah Palfrey beat U....

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