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WOZNIACKI, CAROLINE
Denmark
Born 11 July 1990 in Odense, Denmark
Married David Lee on 16 June 2019 in Tuscany, Italy

Height: 5' 10" (1.77m)
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Nicknames: "Caro," "The Great Dane"
Trademarks: always wears a visor.
[Active 2005-present]

2018 Australian Open champion, 2017 WTA YEC titlist.

Sweet Caroline

Neil Diamond's song "Sweet Caroline" is apt for this usually smiling Dane. As of early 2018 she has more to beam about than ever, for the last few months she had captured her the 2017 WTA Year End title, gotten engaged, and finally proved her critics wrong by hoisting the Australian Open Trophy after a nip and tick final over Simona Halep.

The slam was long overdue. 8 years earlier she looked to be on the fast track to grand slam glory, for in 2009 Caroline fought her way to the US Open final. Surely more success was coming? Titles came in bunches in 2010-she led the tour with 6 titles. Wozniacki had a 3 set tussle with Kim Clijsters at the 2010 WTA finals. Despite her loss to Clijsters she finished the year #1. 6 titles more in 2011 and with #1 for a 2nd year, but she was still without a slam. Indeed, with only 2 semifinals she seemed to going backwards. This made her a poster-child for "slamless #1" jibs.

From the start her father Piotr has been her primary coach and mainstay. Caro stayed with him as coach over the long haul despite frequent calls from outside to switch coaches. She tried out a couple of other coaches, but always returned to what was, for her, tied and true.

The years from 2012 to 2016 saw the Dane perform consistently. She won at least 1 WTA title every year from 2008 to 2018. The slamless #1 tag took it's toll however. Never the heaviest of hitters, she often reverted to defensive tennis, a type of game with which she can defeat 90% of the tour but did little to help her win majors. Caroline was hampered with injuries for most of 2019. For the first time in over a decade she failed to win a title. Her best result was getting to the final in Charleston. No matter, with her marriage to basketball player her circle is complete. "Sweet Caroline" won her slam and her man.

Personal:
Coached by father, Piotr; fitness coach is Przemyslaw Piotrowicz ... Began playing tennis at age 7 ... Father played pro soccer in Poland and Denmark; mother, Anna, played volleyball for Polish National Team; brother, Patrik, played pro soccer in Denmark ... Enjoys soccer, swimming, golf ... Hobbies include reading, shopping, music; favorite actor is Brad Pitt ... Admires Martina Hingis and Steffi Graf ... Favorite food is mom's chicken curry.

Career Highlights:

SINGLES

Winner (28): 2018 - Australian Open, Eastbourne,Beijing; 2017 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], WTA Finals; 2016 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Hong Kong; 2015 - Kuala Lumpur; 2014 - Istanbul; 2013 - Luxembourg; 2012 - Seoul, Moscow; 2011 - Dubai, Indian Wells, Charleston, Brussels, Copenhagen, New Haven; 2010 - Ponte Vedra Beach, Copenhagen, Montréal, New Haven, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Beijing; 2009 - Ponte Vedra Beach, Eastbourne, New Haven; 2008 - Stockholm, New Haven, Tokyo [Japan Open].

Finalist (25): 2019 - Charleston; 2018 - Auckland; 2017 - Doha, Dubai, Miami, Eastbourne, Bastad, Toronto; 2015 - Auckland, Stuttgart; 2014 - US Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 2013 - Indian Wells; 2012 - Copenhagen, Sofia; 2011 - Doha, Stuttgart; 2010 - Indian Wells, WTA Finals; 2009 - Memphis, Charleston, Madrid, Bastad, US Open; 2008 - Luxembourg.

DOUBLES

Winner (2): 2009 - Memphis (w/Azarenka); 2008 - Beijing (w/Medina Garrigues).

Finalist (1): 2006 - Memphis (w/Azarenka).

Singles

Career record 586–235 (71.38%) *stats may not be up to date as still active*
Career titles 30 WTA, 4 ITF
Highest ranking: #1 (11 October 2010)

Grand Slam Singles results (1 title, 2 finals, 4 semis, 3 quarterfinals)

Australian Open W (2018); SF (2011); QF (2012)
French Open QF (2010, 2017)
Wimbledon 4R (2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2017)
US Open F (2009, 2014); SF (2010, 2011, 2016)

Tour Finals W (2017); F (2010); SF (2009, 2014); RR (2011)

Year-End WTA Rankings

2019: 38

2018: 03
2017: 03
2016: 19
2015: 17
2014: 08
2013: 10
2012: 10
2011: 01
2010: 01
2009: 04
2008: 12
2007: 64
2006: 237

Doubles

Career record 36–55 (39.56%)
Career titles 2 WTA, 0 ITF
Highest ranking: #52(14 September 2009)



Sources:

Caroline Wozniacki | WTA Tennis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caroline_Wozniacki
 

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GOERGES, JULIA
Germany
Born 02 November 1988 in Bad Olesloe
Height: 5' 11" (1.80 m)
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Nickname: "Gorgeous Goerges"
[Active 2005-present]

2018 Wimbledon semifinalist

Don't Call Her Gorgeous

The hard hitting German seemed destined for a peak in the top 20 at best. On a good day she is capable of beating anyone, but on her off days she is decidedly off. It is this inconsistency more than any other factor that prevents her from a higher ranking. Bad luck with recurring injuries have also resulted in roller coaster dips in her rankings.

Her name is pronounced Goerges should be pronounced 'Gur-ges' with a hard letter g in each case - like 'gurgle'. Nonetheless her striking looks earned her the moniker "Gorgeous Goerges." She is not a fan of it, stating:
'I'm not the type of girl who tries to make herself more glamorous. I want to show what I can do in tennis and it has nothing to do with how you look on court. If you're good-looking on court, it doesn't win any matches.'
She caught fire towards the end of 2017, winning titles in Moscow and Zhuhai. A title at Auckland in early 2018 finally got her a coveted to 10 ranking. Julia lost early at the Aussie Open in the 2R, snapping a 15 match win streak, the longest of her career. After reaching the final of a big event in Charleston in late April of 2018 Julia has a good chance of perhaps ending the year in the top 10, which would be another milestone.

Georges has a monster serve. In 2018 she led the WTA tour in aces.

Her serve and net skills translate well on a doubles court. Although not the focus of her tennis, Goerges , has made the semifinals of 3 doubles slams-the Australian Open in 2015 and 2016,and Wimbledon in 2016, as well as 4 quarterfinals.

So far her biggest hurdle in singles is getting to the quarterfinals at the slams. Julia is 1-6 in the 4th round at majors. Her 2018 semi finish at Wimbledon ended when she wa beaten by Serena Williams 6-2 6-4.

Personal:
Coached by Michael Geserer ... Father is Klaus, mother is Inge (both work in an insurance office); older sister is Maike ... Began playing tennis at age 6 ... Favorite surfaces are hard and clay ... Inspired by Martina Hingis ... Favorite tournament is Australian Open; really likes to visit Melbourne ... Favorite singer is Michael Jackson ... Favorite actors are Hugh Grant and Liam Neeson; favorite TV shows are daily soap operas on German TV, especially on RTL (a TV channel in Germany) ... Career goal in tennis is to get better and better, step by step.




Career Highlights:

SINGLES

Winner (7): 2019 - Auckland; 2018 - Auckland, Luxembourg; 2017 - Moscow, Zhuhai; 2011 - Stuttgart; 2010 - Bad Gastein.
Finalist (9): 2019 - Birmingham; 2018 - Charleston; 2017 - Mallorca, Bucharest, Washington D.C.; 2016 - Auckland; 2012 - Dubai, Linz; 2010 - Luxembourg.


Career High singles ranking: #10 on 02 February 2018

DOUBLES

Winner (5): 2015 - New Haven (w/Hradecka); 2012 - Bad Gastein (w/Craybas); 2010 - Copenhagen (w/Groenefeld), Seoul (w/Hercog); 2009 - Portoroz (w/Uhlirova).

Finalist (11): 2016 - Indian Wells (w/Ka.Pliskova); 2014 - Québec City (w/Hlavackova); 2013 - Auckland (w/Shvedova), Stanford (w/Jurak); 2012 - Auckland (w/Pennetta), Stuttgart (w/Groenefeld), Linz (w/Strycova); 2011 - Bad Gastein (w/Gajdosova), Linz (w/Groenefeld); 2010 - Palermo (w/Craybas); 2009 - Istanbul (w/Schnyder).

Highest ranking No. 09 (20 August 2018)

MIXED DOUBLES

Finalist (1): 2014 - Roland Garros (w/Zimonjic)

WTA YEAR-END Singles Rankings

2019: 28
2018: 14 (career high #09 on 20 August)
2017: 14
2016: 54
2015: 50
2014: 75
2013: 73
2012: 18
2011: 21
2010: 40
2009: 78
2008: 102
2007: 131
2006: 425
2005: 1118

Sources:

:: Julia Görges :: - Home (Her official website)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_G%C3%B6rges

https://www.wtatennis.com/players/313381/julia-goerges

WIMBLEDON 2011: Julia Goerges gets the ump over name calling | Daily Mail Online
 

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PETERSEN, SUZANA
Brazil
Born 14 October 1947
Married Gesteira, circa 1973
[Active 1968-1970]

Winner: Portugal Champs. 1968, Glamorgan Champs. 1969, Brooklands 1969, Roma Parioli 1970, San Sebastian 1970
RU: Reggio Emilia 1969, City of Miami Invitation 1969

Suzana was the #1 ranked Brazilian in 1969 and 1970.




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VILLARI, SYLVIA (nee Sylvia Nieszner)
Brazil
Married Villari, by 1953
[Active from at least 1952 to 1957]

Brazilian Rankings (when known)

1953: #2
1954: #2
1957: #7



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MUNTHE FOG, EVA (Eva Munthe Fog)
Denmark
Born in 16 April 1924 in Copenhagen
Died 26 January 2016
Married Mogens Jacobsen on 14 November 1957 in Asminderød
[Active in the 1940s-1957]

[From her Danish wiki)

Physiotherapist and tennis player member of KB Tennis and active in the late 1940s and 1950s. She won six Danish championships, four mixed doubles, three with Erik Bjerre and one with Kurt Nielsen and two in ladies doubles with Lisa Gram Andersen and Lise Unmack.

Eva Munthe Fog was married to the architect Mogens Jacobsen (14 November 1957 in Asminderød). She was the daughter of Staff Reinhold Munthe Fog and Erna Schønheyder.

Source:

https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eva_Munthe_Fog

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GATES, LOU
United States
[Active 1930s-40s-possibly as late as 1960]

A Lou Gates was a player at a local San Francisco event in 1960. Is this the same player active in the 1930s and 1940s? We know know next to nothing about her.
 

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WARREN, CONSTANCE (nee Constance Martha Williams)
United States
Born 17 June 1877 in Brookline, Massachusetts
Died o1 May 1935 in Brookline, Massachusetts
Married Joseph Warren (1876-)on 19 June 1905 in Brookline, Massachusetts
[Active from at least 1911 to 1918]

A graduate of Byrn Mawr in 1901.

Contemporary papers of the day called her Mrs Joseph Warren. She was a member of the Longwood Cricket Club. Mrs Warren entered the 1911 US Nationals.

Constance bore 3 sons:

1. 19 April 1906 Joseph Jr
2. 12 May 1907 Richard
3. 02 February 1910 Howland

She wrote several articles for magazines such as Munsey's. Her entry in the 1914 Who's Who indicates she was against women's suffrage.

Sources:

Leonard, John. Woman's Who's who of America: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Women of the United States and Canada, 1914-1915. Page 851.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/181001184
 

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DREW, BARBARA
Great Britain
[Active in 1960]

Miss Drew won the singles and doubles at the Sutton Coldfield event in 1960, besting Francoise Durr 6-1 9-7 in the singles final.

She is probably no relation to Barbara Drew (later Mrs Tew), a player active mainly in the 1930s.

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GROENMAN, "TRUDY" (Gertruida Johanna Groenman)
Netherlands
Born 15 January 1944 in Griningen
Married (1) Christiaan Gerrit Walhof on 12 December 1969
Married (2) Marinus Anton Holboom on 07 September 1987
Played: Lefthanded
[Active 1961-1973]

1964 Wimbledon Mixed semifinalist with Tom Okker
1966 Wimbledon singles quarterfinalist.

Won the Dutch Nationals in 1964, 1965, and 1966
1966 Dutch International RU
1967 US Indoors RU to Billie Jean King

Trudy favored a serve and volley attack best suited to grass and indoor courts, in her era usually held on fast wood. At Wimbledon she competed from 1964 to 1967 and again from 1970 to 1973 as Trudy Groenman-Walhof.

A photo from 1965



Film clip of Trudy and Tom Okker at Wimbledon in 1964


Sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trudy_Groenman

https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trudy_Groenman

Player Profile - The Championships, Wimbledon 2017 - Official Site by IBM
 

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SVITOLINA, ELINA (Elina Mykhaylivna Svitolina) in Ukrainian Еліна Михайлівна Світоліна)
Ukraine
Born 12 September 1994 in Odessa, Ukraine
Height: 5' 9" (1.74m)
Plays: Right-handed with a two-handed backhand
Trademarks: Wears a headband on court, off court for sexy photos, tattoo on thigh.
[Active 2008 to present]

A statuesque blonde in the top 5 of the rankings but still looking to get to her first grand slam semifinal or better. Elina has given her fans renewed hope by claiming the WTA Championships in late 2018. 2019 was another good year, with semis at Wimbledon and the US Open (her first two semis in majors) and getting to the final of the WTA Championships. Many attribute her rise to a relationship with pro Gail Monfils, a fellow tennis pro.

Her parents were both involved in sports-her father a wrestler and mom Olena a competitive rower. Elina quickly progressed after her first match in 2008, winning the 2010 French Open junior championships. Clay is her strongest surface and best shot at a major.

In the top 100 in 2013, Svitolina notably reached the quarterfinals at Roland Garros in 2015. 2016 saw more upward movement-including a victory over Serena Williams at the Olympics to get to the quarters.

With 5 WTA titles in 2017 Elina has established herself as a solid member of the world's top 10. Despite this she remains largely unheralded due to under-performing in grand slams. She is the first Ukrainian female to break into the top ten in singles.

At the 2017 French Open she looked set for a breakthrough vs Simona Halep in the quarterfinals. Up 6-3 and a match point in the second set tiebreak, Svitolina suffered a massive choke, failing to win another game in a 3-6 7-6 6-0 loss.

2018 has so far followed the same pattern. By April she has 2 WTA titles, but in the Australian Open she was rolled over 6-4 6-0 by Elise Mertens.

With boyfriend Gael Monfils



Playing style (taken from her wiki entry)

"Svitolina has a complete baseline game. Her groundstrokes are very consistent and are hit with moderate-to-big power. Her backhand is her stronger side, especially down the line, but both of her groundstrokes penetrate the court well. She demonstrates good movement around the court and is capable of hitting very accurate shots on the run. She possesses a consistent serve but isn't exceptionally fast. She improved her serve in the 2016 and 2017 seasons. Her weakness is probably her volleying at the net as she has been known to struggle with this. However, she has good reactions and can accelerate well across the court to deal with short balls."

Personal:

Coaching consultant is Thierry Ascione; Andrew Bettles is hitting partner. ... Parents are Mykhaylo and Olena; brother is Yulian ... Introduced to tennis at age 5 by family ... Favorite shot is serve; favorite surfaces are hard, clay ... Speaks English, Russian ... Hobbies are diving, wakeboarding, reading ... Favorite food is Mexican ... People most admired are Klitschko brothers and Nik Vujicic; favorite artist is Eminem ... Junior highlights include winning Roland Garros girls' title at age 15.

Career Highlights:

SINGLES

Career High ranking: #3 on 11 September 2017

Winner (13): 2018 -Brisbane, Dubai, Rome, WTA Finals; 2017 - Taipei City, Dubai, Istanbul, Rome, Toronto; 2016 - Kuala Lumpur; 2015 - Marrakech; 2014 - Baku; 2013 - Baku; 2012 - 125/Pune.


Finalist (3): 2019 - WTA Finals; 2016 - New Haven, Zhuhai.

DOUBLES

Winner (2): 2015 - Istanbul (w/Gavrilova); 2014 - Istanbul (w/Doi).

Quality Grand Slam Singles results

Australian Open QF (2018, 2019)
French Open QF (2015, 2017)
Wimbledon SF (2019)
US Open SF (2019)


WTA Rankings


2019: #06

2018: #04
2017: #06
2016: #14
2015: #19
2014: #29
2013: #40
2012: #156
2011: #269
2010: #498





Sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elina_Svitolina

Elina Svitolina | WTA Tennis

Elina Svitolina | Home

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DMITRIEVA, ANNA (Anna Vladimirovna Dmitrieva)(Russian: Анна Владимировна Дми́триева)
Soviet Union (Russia)
Born 10 December 1940 in Moscow Russia
Married (1) Mickail Tolstoy, 14 July 1964, divorced
Married (2) Dmitry Chukovsky, 5 December 1965
[Active 1956-1972]

Dmitrieva was the first Soviet female to really compete on the international tennis circuit. Starting tennis at age 12, she was a part of Moscow's Dynamo Club. At 16 she became champion of Moscow. A solid top 40 player, she paved the way for Olga Morozova, another Soviet female who would reach top ten status in the 1970s and supplanted her as Soviet #1.

Dmitrieva made big news in 1958 when she was Wimbledon junior finalist. This was significant because the Soviet Union had not allowed it's players outside of the USSR up to then. Anna must have felt a lot of pressure as the "first" female Soviet and the face of female Soviet tennis.

Often fiery on court, Anna didn't hesitate to argue with linesmen or umpires. Strong and heavy set, her main weakness was her backhand.

Despite being allowed to play at Wimbledon and abroad it must be kept in mind that Dmitrieva was very much told where and when to play by a communist regime more concerned with her propaganda value and Soviet policy than her tennis development. This hindered her chances because it often kept her out of top flight competition against the best players. A lot of her titles were in 3rd world or Eastern Bloc nations.

A memorable match came at wimbledon in 1967. In the quarters of the mixed doubles Anna and patner Alex Metreveli fough over 56 in losing to
Maria Bueno and Ken Fletcher. The 6-8 7-5 16-14 contest stands as the longest mixed match in Wimbledon history.

In 1966 Anna earned a degree in French from Moscow state University.Anna transitioned over to a coach at Dynamo from 1969 to 1973, her tennis limited to Soviet events in this period.

From 1975 Dmitrieva has since become a sports journalist winning several awards in Russia. She was the author and host of the program "Tennis at midnight with Anna Dmitrieva," as well as a permanent commentator for the broadcast of tennis tournaments on NTV and NTV-Plus

List of titles

19 National Soviet titles (5 singles, 9 doubles, 4 mixed) from 1958-1967. Singles titlist in 1959 and 1961-1964.
1962: Czechoslovak and Hungarian Championships
1963: Queen's Club; GANEFEO Chmps (in Jakarta), Uganda
1964: Algiers
1965: Scandinavian Indoors; Cairo
1966: Yugoslav Championships.
1968: Alexandria

Quality Grand Slam Doubles results

French Open QF (1968)
Wimbledon SF (1963)



Sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Dmitrieva

https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Дмитриева,_Анна_Владимировна

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CABRAL de MENEZES, ANDREA (Andrea Cabral de Menezes)
Brazil
Born 17 January 1955 in Rio de Janeiro
Married Gurfinkel
[Active 1970-1975]

Brazilian #7 in 1970.

She retired in 1975 for a medical degree. Now she is a dermatologist.



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BARNES, KATHERINE (nee Katherine Lansing Barney)
United States
Born 06 February 1885 in New York City, New York
Died 195821 February in Manhasset, New York.
Married Cortland Dixon Barnes (1881-1952) on 10 April 1907
[Active in 1911]

A participant in the 1911 US Nationals. She was several months pregnant at the time.

A daughter of banker Charles Tracy Barney, president of the Knickerbocker Trust Company. The wedding occurred not long before Mr Barney "lost control of the Knickerbocker Trust Company, which was shut down to his disgrace," according to a 2009 article in The New York Times. As a result of the scandal, one of the signal events of the Panic of 1907, Mr Barnes shot himself, in a successful suicide, on 14 November 1907.

She lived in a 40 room mansion called "Nonsuch" on Long Island, New York. The couple had 3 children: Courtlandt Dixon Barnes Jr (born Dec 1907); Katharine Lansing Barnes (Feb 1909) and Tracy Barnes (August 1911).



Sources:

Old Long Island: 'Nonesuch House'

https://www.geni.com/people/Katherine-Barnes/6000000024235602245

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BAILEY, Mrs LEWIS
United States
Married Lewis E. Bailey by 1917
[Active 1917-1925]

Entered the 1917 and 1919 US Nationals. There was another contemporary Mrs Bailey-Mrs J. E. Bailey.

Originally from New York, by 1924 she had moved to Chicago by 1923.

Western Sectional Rankings

1923: #10
1924: #15
1925: #10

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VAN BEUREN, MARY (nee Mary Lavinia Archbold)
United States
Born 7 November 1871 in Titusville, Crawford, Pennsylvania
Died 25 February 1951 in Fort Myers, Lee, Florida
Married Michael Murray Van Beuren on 25 September 1895 in Saint Mark's Church, Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson, New York
[Active in 1913]

Mary Archbold was the daughter of the businessman and oil refiner John Dustin Archbold. For more on him, see here: en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dustin_Archbold. Michael Murray Van Beuren was also a businessman and from an old-established New York family with real estate interests.

From the 'New York Tribune', 26 September 1895:

The wedding of Miss Mary Lavinia Archbold, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dustin Archbold, of No. 20 East Thirty-Seventh Street, and Michael Murray Van Beuren, was celebrated at 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Saint Mark's Church, at Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson. The guests from this city and neighborhood went up the river on a special train, which left Grand Central Station at 2 o'clock and returned shortly before 7:30 o'clock. Half a hundred carriages were at the station at Tarrytown to meet the guests and carry them up the hill to Saint Mark's Church, in Broadway.

The marriage ceremony, which was accompanied by some choral music, was performed by the Reverend Percy S. Grant, the rector of the Church of the Ascension, this city, assisted by the Rev. J. Selden Spencer, rector of Christ Church, Tarryton. Miss Archbold was given away by her father. Her sister, Miss Frances D. Archbold, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Lilia A. Thorne, Miss Anne H. Archbold, sister of the bride, and the bridegroom's two sisters, Miss Elizabeth J. Van Beuren and Miss Mary L. Van Beuren. John W. A. Davis, cousin of the bridegroom was best man. The ushers were the bridegroom's brother, Frederick T. Van Beuren, jr.; John F. Archbold, Guy Phelps Dodge, Henry S. Kip, Alexander S. Cochran and F.J.H. Brookfield.

A reception followed at Cedar Cliff, the country home of the bride's parents, a short distance from the church. Mr. and Mrs. Van Beuren will go abroad on Saturday for an extended tour through Great Britain and the Continent. Mr. Van Beuren is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Van Beuren. He completed his collegiate course at Yale in June last.
 
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