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Old Feb 27th, 2014, 07:07 PM   #211
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Re: 1923 results

August 18-25, Maine State Championships, Squirrel Island, Maine, USA

FI: Mrs F. Culbert d. Miss Johnson 6-4, 6-2
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Old Feb 27th, 2014, 07:08 PM   #212
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Re: 1923 results

July 23-28, New Hampshire State Championships, Crawford Notch, New Hampshire, USA

FI: Theodosia Sohst d. Mrs D. Mills 6-4, 6-3
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Re: 1923 results

July 9-14, Sioux Valley Championships, Dell Rapids, South Dakota, USA

FI: Vera Prince d. Miss Reynolds 6-1, 6-2
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Old Feb 27th, 2014, 07:10 PM   #214
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Re: 1923 results

July 20-August 4, Internmountain Championships, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

FI: Mrs G. Robinson d. Edythe Tyler 6-2, 6-2
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Old Feb 27th, 2014, 07:13 PM   #215
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Re: 1923 results

October 1-6, Hawaiian Champs, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

FI: Peggy (?) Deinert d. M. Hyland 0-6, 6-2, 7-5
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XDF: W.H. Hoogs/Mrs Kullman d. F. Rivers/J. Lamberton 6-2, 6-4
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Old Feb 28th, 2014, 07:08 AM   #216
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August 13-18, Iowa State Championships, Des Moines? Iowa, USA

FI: Laura Frye d. Vera Prince 6-3, 6-4
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Is she Frye or Fry? (see 1924)
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Old Mar 4th, 2014, 02:28 PM   #217
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Re: 1923 results

August 13 to 22, United States National Women's Championship, Forest Hills, New York, USA (Grass)

From "Ayre's Lawn Tennis Almanack" (1924)

By Arthur Wallis Myers

"Molla Mallory, Mabel Clayton, Helen Will and Eleanor Goss came to the semi-finals; the first two quite easily, the last two only after a perilously close fight. Mrs Mallory was unlucky in that Geraldine Beamish retired through indisposition in the third round; she needed and did not get a tight, exacting match before she met Miss Wills in the final. Mrs Clayton was always too quick on the ball and too vigorous in stowing it away in the forehand for Leslie Bancroft, who had been 'laid up' since her return from Europe.

"Miss Wills had an extraordinary match with Kathleen McKane. The latter won the opening set as surely as she lost the second, but since Miss Wills went forward to lead 5-1 in the final set the reader will be right if he assumes that she had found a way to check Miss McKane's success, and, as in the international match, was proving that her backhand strokes had more aggression and accuracy than Miss McKane's, while her service was unquestionably superior. It would also have been near the mark if it had been assumed that Miss Wills faltered a little when victory was so near, lost both her length and her accuracy, and almost appeared to have thrown the match away.

"But it is necesary to explain that Miss McKane, once the thought of progressive defeat left her mind, braced with great resolution and won the four games in succession which brought her level with some finely-pointed shots in which the well-angled volley shone forth. Also her service increased in speed and resolution; it had previously been a relatively weak stroke. But after 5-5 it was Miss McKane who failed, and Miss Wills who 'came back'. The former served two double faults in the eleventh game - a fatal concession at such a crisis; the latter never served better than in the twelfth game, which decided the issue.

"If Miss McKane had won the match - her great recovery, when all seemed lost, almost entitled her to win it - I doubt whether she would now be the champion of the United States. Mrs Mallory might have beaten her again, or even Miss Goss, who at that time still survived. But Miss Wills was almost certain to beat Mrs Mallory in the final if she reproduced the form which had won her (at one stage) eleven games out of fourteen against Miss McKane.

"Phyllis Covell was decidedly unlucky not to beat Miss Goss. Had there been no ten minutes' rest after the second set the tactical and moral ascendancy which she had then gained would, I had little doubt at the time, have carried her on to safe victory in the third set. She was showing remarkable powers of anticipation, had command of her ground strokes, and was coming to volley just at the proper time and (when in) was applying the finishing touch, never with arrogance, but always with decision.

"And then in the ever-close final set, when every ace was influential, there was more than one faulty line decision - or so they appeared to the observer - against Mrs Covell. Miss Goss saw one of them and, without ostentation, purposefully lost the next stroke; but these unfortunate incidents (they have happened at Wimbledon and in Paris, and cannot be definitely ensured against anywhere) had a subconscious effect on Mrs Covell's play for the rest of the match. She served a costly double fault, and she missed one or two chances after openings had been created. Yet Miss Goss had earned her victory by sterling play. She showed none of that tendency to 'fall down' over easy balls that, with all her modern equipment, had marred her play on the Riviera and in England.

"Even though Miss Wills beat her, 6-4, 6-0, in the semi-final, the score in no way does justice to her fighting persistence, nor to the high quality of almost every rally. The match, indeed, was about as good a modern ladies' single as you could wish to see; every stroke in the game was played.

"Mrs Mallory beat Mrs Clayton for the third time, but she had some trouble to take the opening set at 6-4. This was a characteristic Mallory triumph - sheer weight of drive and industrious court covering bearing down an opponent who, against such inexorable tenacity, cuold not maintain her accuracy and had no volleying equipment to support her drives.

"The final round was one-sided. In each of the two sets Miss Wills won 31 strokes to the 17 of Mrs Mallory. This does not mean that Miss Wills was nearly twice as good as the holder. It means that after Mrs Mallory had led 2-1, Miss Wills, having shaken off a natural nervousness, dominated the situation. She was fortunate in that Mrs Mallory, for once, seemed to lose her inherent buoyancy and some of her concentration, so essential to her success.

"As net umpire (my duties were of the lightest) I had a good opportunity of watching faces, and I saw that of the holder strayed occasionally between the rallies in the direction of Hazel Wightman, who, the best woman strategist in America, had, before the match, coached Miss Wills, as, of course, she was perfectly entitled to do and would quite naturally do to a young player of her own California. But if we agreed that Mrs Mallory was not at her best, our conviction is sure that Miss Wills not only deserved her conclusive triumph but had earned it by superior strokes and greater versatility. She won three love games in the first set; indeed, on going from 1-2 to 5-2 she lost only one point. In the second set there were three deuce games, but the sixth game of the second set was won by Wills after her opponent led 40-15."
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Old Apr 1st, 2014, 08:22 AM   #218
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Re: 1923 results

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Week of September 3-9

Circa early September, Lucerne, Switzerland (Clay)

FI: Jeanne Vaussard d. Miss Lane 6-1, 6-0

MX: Jeanne Vaussard/ Blanc
DF: Mlle Lane/Mailmand d. Jeanne Vaussard/Mme Blanc 7-5 6-4

MX: Jeanne Vaussard/Blanc d. Mlle Lane/Chancerel 6-2 6-4
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Re: 1923 results

August 27-September 2, Savoie Championships, Evian-les-Bains, France (Clay)

FI: Mme Septier Ballas d. Madeline Fisher O'Neill (GB) 6-3 6-2

MX: Madeline Fisher O'Neill (GB)/Henri Gouttenoire d. Mme Septier Ballas/Georges Gouttenoire 2-6 6-3 7-5

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September 10-16, Versailles, France (Clay)

FI: Jeanne Vaussard d. ??

MX: Jeanne Vaussard/Blanc d. Mme Poupinel/Gilbert 6-0 6-4
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Re: 1923 results

circa August 20-26, Aix-les-Bains, France (Clay)

FI: Margery Maquay (GB) d. Mme Septier Ballas 1-6 8-6 6-2

mx:Mme Vuillermet/Henri Cochet d. Mme Septier Ballas/Georges Gouttenoire 3-6 6-3 8-6

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August 27-September 3, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France (Clay)

FI: Blanche Duddell Colston (GB) d. Mrs W.P. Keays (Ind) 6-4 6-1

MX: Mrs W.P. Keays (Ind)/Sabès d. Mlle Cordonnier/Thellier de Poncheville 6-2 6-2
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Week of September 3-9

September 3-9, Le Touquet First Meeting, Le Touquet, France (Clay)

FI: Elizabeth Ryan (US) d. Phyllis Satterthwaite (GB) 6-3 6-0

DF: Elizabeth Ryan (US)/Phyllis Satterthwaite (GB) d. Blanche Colston (GB)/Mrs Keays (SA) default

MX: Elizabeth Ryan (US)/M. Fremaux d. Phyllis Satterthwaite (GB)/Sidney M. Jacob (Ind) 6-1 8-10 6-2
Le Figaro has, in Singles, Doubles and Mixed, Miss Jones instead of Phyllis Satterthwaite.
Is it a Le Figaro's mistake? I haven't idea about a Miss Jones in this year...
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