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MAY BUNDY IS TENNIS STAR ONfcE: MOREj MARRIAGE NO HINDRANCE Mrs. May Sutton Bundy and Her Winning Smile, Snapped After Winning the Tennis Championship From Miss Bjurstedt. By winning the women's national tennis championship from Miss Bjur stedt in the Thanksgiving Day tour nament at Long Beach, Cal., Mrs. May Sutton Bundy proved to doubt ers that a married woman can com pete and hold her own in athletics. Mrs. Bundy won the feature sets, 6-1, 6-4. She has been out of the game four years, retiring at the time of her marriage. The title at that time was conferred on Miss Mabel Hotchkiss, who lost it to Miss Bjurstedt Now Mrs. Bundy comes back into the game and takes over the champion ship once more, in spite of the fact that she is a mother and busy with the cares of a household. The back hand strike proved Mrs. Buudy's most valuable point winner in the series with the Norwegian girl. She played a cool, steady game and many Hashes of her old-time bril liance brought spectators to their feet o o In this country last year motor ve hicle owners paid more than $120, 000,000 for the privilege of using the roads and more than $425,000 was paid in chauffeurs licenses. ft -s&gW-