Sport: Tennis

Wightman Cup, The only thing that could be said in favor of a weak British team's chances against a strong U. S. team was that none of this year's British players was married and they would therefore, presumably, have no worries about absent husbands. True, two of the U. S. tennists— Alice Marble and Carolin Babcock—had sore backs and Helen Jacobs, in the year since she lost the U. S. singles championship to Alice Marble, had dislocated her thumb, torn a shoulder ligament and banged her knee with a racket. But pretty Kay Stammers...

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