U.S. COURT QUEENS BEAT BRITISH America's Wightman Cup defenders keep the trophy from their English rivals, with Alice Marble defeating Kay Stammers, and teaming with Mrs. Fabyan to down Miss Stammers and Mrs. Hammersley in the doubles.
1939 U.S. OPEN TENNIS The court queen Alice Marble defends her National tennis title by defeating Miss Helen Jacobs in a thrilling match at Forest Hills, New York. In the men's finals, "Bobbie" Riggs wins easily over young Welby Van Horn, in straight sets.
AUSTRALIANS WIN U.S. DOUBLES The tennis duo of Quist and Bromwich captures the National Doubles matches, defeating their Davis Cup teammates, Hopman and Crawford. However, Miss Marble and Mrs. Fabyan annex the women's doubles title.
PRIZE BABY SEEN IN CUTE PARADE A parade of juvenile cuties, competing for the Ocean City, New Jersey resort title in an annual contest. The toddlers walk in costume on the boardwalk. Baby Sandra Kirchman is the "big" winner.
FRENCH WIN WIMBLEDON MEN'S DOUBLES The French men's doubles team of Jean Borotra and Jacques Brugnon succeed in taking the Wimbledon title from England's Patrick Spence and Raymond Tuckey while Queen Mary, King Alfonso of Spain and other notables watch.
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