Sport: At Longwood

The Longwood invitation tournament was interesting last week for two reasons. Helen Wills Moody, entered with Mrs. George Wightman in the women's doubles, was making her first appearance on eastern courts since 1929. John Doeg, of Newark, N. J., U. S. champion and first ranking player, was trying to get permanent possession of the Longwood Bowl by winning it for the third time. No one thought he could do it, because at Montclair, N. J. last fortnight he had shown himself to be wholly out of practice by losing to an obscure opponent in...

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