Tennis: Its History, People and Events

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INDEX
Abdesselam, Bob, 223
Adams, Maude, 45
Agutter, George, 209
Alexander, John, 222
All-England Championships, see Wimbledon
All-England Croquet Club, 194
All-England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club, 194
Allerdice, Ellen Hansell, 208
Allison, Wilmer, 51, 61, 62, 68, 74- 75
Anderson, Jim, 41
Anderson, Malcolm, 105-6, 113, 221
Antiquarius, 5
Appleton, William, 11, 31
Arilla, Luis, 121
Arnold, Ethel Burkhardt, 342
Arnold, Miriam, 229
Ashe, Arthur Robert, Jr., 21, 30, 117-25, 222-25, 362
as amateur, 108, 119-25, 204, 210, 317
Emerson and, 121-23
Gonzales and, 98, 119-21
Laver and, 122
playing style of, 236, 283-88
records of, 186
Ashe, Arthur Robert, Sr., 118
Ashe, Florence Loretta, 118
Ashe, Robert, 118
Austin, Henry W. (Bunny), 75, 77, 256, 309
Perry and, 59, 62-63, 65-68, 74, 220, 252
Avory, Ted, 358
Australian Championship, 211-13
Australian Tennis Association, 337, 360
Babcock, Carolin, 147
Baddeley, William, 197
Baker, Beverly, 158
Barnes, Bruce, 51, 340-42
Barnes, George, 328, 334, 357
Barrett, Roper, 56, 217
Bartkowicz, Jane (Peaches), 229
Barton, Derek, 93
Bartosh, Esther, 264
Bartosh, Jerry, 264
Beamish, Mrs. Alfred, 227
Beasley, Mercer, 80
Beekman, Livingston, 35
Behr, Karl, 209
Bell, Berkeley, 72, 340
Benisch, Henry, 360
Bennett, Eileen, 184, 228
Bennett, James Gordon, Jr., 13, 14, 206
Berry, Olis, 118
Betz, Pauline, 155, 228, 344-45
Bingley, Blanche, 197
Black, E. D., 217
Blankers-Koen, Fannye, 180
Bloomer, Shirley, 229
Borotra, Edouard, 54
Borotra, Fred, 54
Borotra, Jean, 53-59, 140, 201, 209, 212
in Davis Cup competition, 62- 63, 201
as official, 320, 355-56
records of, 184, 187

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