Tennis: Jul. 20, 1925

Mallory. At Providence, Mrs. Molla B. Mallory stepped on a court to play against Miss Eleanor Goss for the Rhode Island Women's Championship. She won the first set, 6-1. Miss Goss stiffened, took the second set, 6-4. The gallery, which had seen Miss Goss eliminate Miss Mary K. Browne in the semi-final and expected an exciting match, became interested. In the third set Mrs. Mallory played hard, Miss Goss played harder. The games stood at five all. Miss Goss won the odd game, prepared to serve. Then the gallery at Providence perceived a flash...

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