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Re: US Doubles at Longwood

1932

United States National Mixed Doubles Championships

Dates: August 22-27
Venue: Longwood Cricket Club, Boston. US
Surface: Grass

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Mixed Doubles (Draw=18)

1st Round

Helen Jacobs/Ellsworth Vinces-bye
Joanna Palfrey/Jack Tidball-bye
Maud Barger-Wallach/Frank Shields-bye
Mary Cutter/Malcolm Hill-bye
Marjorie Morrill Painter/George Lott-bye
Helen Boehm/Takeo Kuwabara (Jap)-bye
Elizabeth Weld/Walter Weld-bye
Dorrance Chase/Marcel Bernard (Fra) d. Polly Palfrey/Thomas Jansen 6-0 6-3

Dorrance Chase/Marcel Bernard (Fra) d. Marion Morris/Lindley Tiers 6-1 6-4
Lee Palfrey/Samuel Fitch-bye
Virginia Ellis/Jiroh Satoh (Jap)-bye
Martha Guild/John Olliff (GB)-bye
Midge Van Ryn/John Van Ryn-bye
Virginia Cross/Edward Avory (GB)-bye
Hilda Boehm/Talcott Banks-bye
Sarah Palfrey/Fred Perry (GB)-bye

2nd round

Jacobs/Vines d. J Palfrey/Tidball 6-1 6-1
Barger-Wallach/Shields d. Cutter/Hill 8-6 8-6
Painter/Lott d. Boehm/Kuwabara 6-2 6-3
Chase/Bernard d. Weld/Weld 6-3 8-6

Rice/Cochet d. L Palfrey/Fitch 6-1 6-2
Ellis/Satoh d. Guild/Oliff 5-7 8-6 6-3
Van Ryn/Van Ryn d. Cross/Avory 6-1 6-1
S Palfrey/Perry d. Boehm/Banks 6-2 6-2

Quarterfinals

Jacobs/Vines d. Barger-Wallach/Shields default
Painter/Lott d. Chase/Bernard 6-4 3-6 6-2
Rice/Cochet d. Ellis/Satoh 6-3 4-6 6-3
S Palfrey/Perry d. Van Ryn/Van Ryn 6-1 7-5

Semifinals

Jacobs/Vines d. Painter/Lott 9-7 3-6 6-4
S Palfrey/Perry d. Rice/Cochet 6-1 6-1

Final

Sarah Palfrey/Fred Perry d. Helen Jacobs/Ellsworth Vinces 6-3 7-5

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Draw Notes:

Edward Avory often listed as E. R. Avory. His full name was Edward Raymond Avory.Missing full names for:

All names in the draw are complete.


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Source
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New York Times

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Summary:

Overall a very weak and slim field that was enlivened by the odd: there were four Palfrey sisters as entrants plus Mrs Maud Barger Wallach, winner of the US singles in 1908!



The defending champions Jacobs and Vines are upset in the finals. In large part it is the sterling play of little Sarah Palfrey that wins it for her team. A Bostonian, pert, and cute, as a local native she naturally has a lot of support at Longwood.



Sarah was somehow able to return the "cannonball" serve of Vines. The Times wrote, "The Boston girl stood up to the fierce drives of Vines in remarkable fashion and won volumes of applause. Perry was in excellent form and showed to better advantage than Vines."


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