hazel hotchkiss wightman

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She was instrumental in establishing an annual match between British and U.S. women's teams; the Wightman Cup competition, first held in 1923, continued until 1989. She served as captain of the U.S. team from its inception until 1948
v. orig. Hazel Virginia Hotchkiss born Dec. 20, 1886, Healdsburg, Calif., U.S. died Dec. 5, 1974, Newton, Mass. U.S. tennis player. She was a dominant competitor in the pre-World War I years, winning nine national tennis titles in the years 1909-11 alone. She won a lifetime total of 45 U.S. titles, the last at age
hazel hotchkiss wightman

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    heyzıl häçkîs waytmın

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    /ˈhāzəl ˈhäʧkəs ˈwītmən/ /ˈheɪzəl ˈhɑːʧkɪs ˈwaɪtmən/

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