Sport: At Forest Hills

Husky Nancye Wynne went to bed for 24 hours, then lumbered out to limber her muscles on Manhattan's River Club court. Her compatriot, 19-year-old John Bromwich, Australia's either-handed, both-handed tennis topnotcher, wandered around Broadway until sheer ennui forced him to do a little volleying on an indoor court. Blond Sidney Wood, Wimbledon winner in 1931 who has been trying for a comeback this summer after two years of minding his nuggets in a California gold mine, visited his relatives in Manhattan. California's Alice Marble, U. S. women's champion two years ago, was a...

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