Sport: Squash Racquets

In the U. S., squash racquets for women is still something of a novelty. It started a few years ago in Boston, where Miss Eleanora Sears and her friends were allowed the use of courts in men's clubs at odd hours. When Manhattan and Philadelphia clubs added courts to keep up with the sudden growth of men's squash racquets, women took to using them. The Junior League in Manhattan built two courts, the Cosmopolitan Club another. There are now 17 clubs in the Metropolitan (Manhattan) Women's Squash Racquets League, formed last autumn. In Baltimore,...

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