Here's what I have so far on Alice and Pauline:
Maryland State Championship:
Final: Marble d Betz 4-6, 6-4,6-0
Quarterfinals: Marble d Betz 3-6, 6-0, 6-2
Final: Marble d Betz 6-2, 6-2
Pauline was at this point the new and up and coming champion. Alice was 26 years old and about to turn pro in Novemeber of 1940.
A few player comments on Pauline: From Jack Kramer's book "The Game"
"Not only was she a good player, but she was also the best company of all the tennis women. I can remember Pauline playing pick-up basketball against the men at Rollins College when we were both there. At another extreme, she was a master's bridge champion. She was a terrific golfer, great at ping-pong. On the court she was the best athlete I ever saw in women's tennis. They say Lenglen was a great runner, and I'm sure she was, but I can't believe any woman ever lived who could keep up with Pauline Betz. But more important, she was a terrific competitor."
Helen Jacobs from "Gallery Of Champions"
"She (Pauline) had been a tom-boy from the time she was old enought to climb a tree. A swaggering walk that had nothing to do with conceit and a certain indifference to clothes style, except on the court, a friendly exuberant 'hi-ya' relationship with players, friends and officials were part and parcel of Pauline to all who knew her or watched her from afar."