Sport: Wightman Cup

Unlike the Davis Cup, the trophy which Mrs. George W. Wightman put up for women's international play in 1923 has been won by the U. S. regularly since 1931 in team matches against England. Last week, at Forest Hills, however, the U. S. Wightman Cup team had a few anxious moments. With Helen Wills Moody through with tennis for the season, England's pretty 21-year-old Katherine Stammers wore out husky Helen Jacobs, 5-7, 6-1. 9-7. Then demure little Dorothy Round mopped up the court with tiny Ethel Burkhardt Arnold who has been the sensation...

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