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Old Mar 15th, 2013, 07:33 PM   #151
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Minnie Hague, d. November 1939 aged 62; Canada; Canadian singles champion in 1902, runner-up, 1907.
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Old Mar 15th, 2013, 07:40 PM   #152
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Margaret Jessee (USA) married James Warren, 10 May 1943.
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Margarethe "Peppi" Käppel, b. 22 December 1912 in Berlin, Germany; active 1930s-early 1940s.
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Married Von Gerlach, before August 1943
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Old Mar 15th, 2013, 07:45 PM   #154
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Marie-Luise Horn, b. 15 March 1912 in Wiesbaden, Germany; married M.L. Jencquel; active 1930s.
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Marie-Luise "Marlies" Horn
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Mary Jane Metcalf (USA), b. 11 July 1922; married Kenneth G. Donnalley, 1 January 1944; died 27 December 1998; active late 1930s-early 1940s.
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Old Mar 15th, 2013, 08:30 PM   #156
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Ingeborg Schumann, b. 18 November 1918, probably in Kassel, Germany; active late 1930s-1940s
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This seems exclude that Schumann is the later Inge Pohmann, that was born in 1921 or 1922. The uncertain date of birth of Pohmann lets still possible this identification.
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inge_Pohmann

but German Federation writes that Inge Pohmann (died 26 January 2005) was 83...
http://www.dtb-tennis.de/2888_11544.php

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From “Der Tennissport”, 15 February 1939:

Anne Schneider-Peitz erzählt/Anne Schneider-Peitz writes the following:

"...) My nicest win was... a defeat. I was playing against one of the most famous of the top players in the world. She made me wait half an hour before the match could begin and, when I kept up a one game lead in the first set, furiously threw her racket all over the court so that it ended up hanging from the net, where I happened to be standing at the time. When I was leading 5-4, she interrupted the match by going to get some ‘refreshments’ as cool as you please. I won the first set 6-4. In the second set, which she won 6-2, everything went smoothly. However, after I had led 3-0 in the third set and she had then pulled up to 4-4, when she again left me waiting for a long time in order to go for more ‘refreshments’ and to get some good advice, and this not even during the changeover, I would have preferred simply to stop and leave the court. The exhaustion that began to creep over me as I waited for my opponent to return strengthened this desire. But I fought against this exhaustion and conquered it. However, the self-control I needed to exert for this victory cost me so much in concentration that I lost the next two games without winning another point. (...)"
Thanks for sharing this interesting article, Newmark. I think her opponent ("one of the most famous of the top players in the world") was Mme Mathieu.
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MOYES, Lois Wilkie (Canada) [28 July 1888-????] [Mrs. Harold "Harry" Bickle, from circa 3 Oct 1912] [Active 1900s-10s.]
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MOYES, Lois Wilkie (Canada) [28 Jul 1888 in Toronto, Ontario-????] [Daughter of John Wilkie Moyes and Eliza Dignan Smith] [Married James Henry "Harry" Bickle (b. 1864 in Dungannon, Ontario) on 28 September 1912] [10 times international singles champion of Canada; nine times international doubles champion of Canada; active circa 1905-1925]
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Thanks for sharing this interesting article, Newmark. I think her opponent ("one of the most famous of the top players in the world") was Mme Mathieu
That was my thought too LKK! Simone had quite a temper-LOL.

Today I added in all of Mark and Jimbo's information (thank you genetlemen) and finished the letter "S".

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I'm not sure of the source of the article below, which was originally published in German towards the end of 1952:

Erika Vollmer-Obst

Erika Vollmer-Obst is a native of Graz [in Austria] and became a citizen of Hamburg-Altersdorf through her marriage to Dr Johannes Vollmer. Before her marriage she had studied art history, literary history and the theatre in Hamburg, where she had also received training in music and drawing. Her marriage produced a son, Marius, who spends a large part of his young life in the care of his grandmother in Graz when his mother is travelling to international tennis tournaments in Europe.

Erika Obst was three times junior champion of Hamburg; in 1942 she became European Junior Champion in doubles; and, in 1947, high school champion of the Federal Republic of Germany. In the German ranking list of 1950, Frau Vollmer-Obst occupied, with Frau von Ladiges (Hamburg) and Anne Schneider-Peitz (Dusseldorf), positions 14 to 16, and, at the German National Championships of 1950, did not even reach the last 16. All the more surprising were her performances at the German National Championships of 1952, where she reached the final by beating the more reliable player Totta Zehden, before defeating the titleholder, Inge Pohmann. Thus did she become German National Champion for 1952.
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ARAUJO, Beatriz (Argentina) [4 July 1955- ] [Active 1970s.]
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MARIA ELENA BUSHELL, [Active 1920s-30s.]
Argentina
Married Moss

VIVIANA GONZALEZ-LOCICERO
Argentina
Born 22 April 1958
Married Fernando Segal, February 1980
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MAUD JACOBS [Active 1900s.]
Argentina
Married J.O.Anderson

GRACIELA LOMBARDI
Argentina
Born 3 March 1937
Married Alberro
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CATALINA MacKENZIE [Active 1910s-20s.]
Argentina
Married R.E. Norris

IVANNA MADRUGA
Argentina
Born 27 January 1961
Married Osvaldo Osses
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Old Mar 17th, 2013, 08:21 AM   #165
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ANALIA OBARRIO [Active 1920s-30s.]
Argentina
Married Aguirre

ANA PAUWELS [Active 1930s.]
Argentina
Married Madrid
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