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MISS BROWNE'S TENNIS CROWN
IS HER'S FOR ANOTHER YEAR
Miss Mary Browne.
Mary Browne of Los Angeles, Cala
is the triple crowned champion of
tennis. She is national woman cham
pion, as she was in 1912; she won
the honor last year, by defeating Miss
Eleanor Sears and the challenge
round by default from Miss Hotch
kiss. This year she defended her title
against Miss Dorothy Green of the
Merion Cricket club and won in
whirlwind fashion, 6-3 and 7-5.
She also won the doubles cham
pionship with Mrs. Robert Williams,
defeating Miss Green and Miss Edna
Wildey; her third title is that of mix
ed doubles, she and W. R. Tilden, Jr.,
winning from Miss Green and C. S.
Rogers, 7-5 and 7-5, for the national
NOT FRIENDS NOW
Two young lady friends met and,
after an interchange of the usual
salutations, one remarked:
"Oh, May, I'm so glad to see you.
Indeed, Iwas just on my way to call.
The fact is, I want you, as m oldest:
friend, to be one of my bridesmaids."
"Bridesmaid, Daisy! How lovely!"
exclaimed May. "But I didn't know
you were engaged."
"Well, I know it's sudden," was the
answer, "but he's awfully much in
love, you know; and it's really just
too sweet to live. Will you act, May?"
"Act? Of course I will. I shall be
charmed. But," and she took a step
as though to move off, "do come
around the corner and tell me about
it. Here Is Bob Henderson, that
laughing, gibbering idiot He is grin
ning just as though he meant to stop
and I don't care to be seen talking
"Bob Henderson!" ' exclaimed
Daisy, in an amazed fashion. "Why,
he's the man I'm going to marry!"
Readers of British birds have
marked with rings over 32,000 wild
birds of various kinds. A swallow so
marked at Rosehill Cheadle, Stafford
shire, Eng., May 6, 1911, was found
at Utrecht, Natal, South Africa, on.
Dec 23, 1912.
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