Sport: Wightman Cup

Enthusiastic critics have called Miss Helen Wills the greatest female tennis player in the world. Such critics forget to add to their definition two defining terms —"amateur," for Mile. Lenglen, though she takes money for playing, still plays well; and "singles," for no matter what Miss Wills may do when she is by herself on one side of a net she has never been very brilliant when there was anyone to help her. Last week in the Wightman Cup matches at Wimbledon Miss Wills demonstrated once more the need for these defining terms. In the singles she beat Mrs. Watson and...

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