Sport: Forest Hills Finalists

Women. At Forest Hills, L. I. last week the U. S. women's singles championship went not to a dark horse but to what the horse world calls a sleeper, i.e., one whose victory comes as a great surprise to all save the very sophisticated. Last year's Champion Alice Marble, who was scheduled to meet Poland's hefty Jadwiga ("Jaja") Jedrzejowska in the final, was instead put out in the quarter-finals by Dorothy May Bundy. Chubby Miss Bundy, who resembles her famed tennis-playing mother May Sutton (U. S. champion 1904, and Wimbledon champion 1905,...

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