Out of her own sports background Helen Jacobs writes feelingly of the personal costs involved in laurel-getting, as Judy...

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LAUREL FOR JUDY

Out of her own sports background Helen Jacobs writes feelingly of the personal costs involved in laurel-getting, as Judy Martin determines to become a tennis champion even if it means sacrifice of dates, parties and fun. Instead she accepts a rigid regime of practice, training, matches, hard work and sportsmanship before she wins the National Junior Championship. Special interest for tennis fans- but with enough basic sports interest and adequate sprinkling of romance for all girls.

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Publisher: Dodd, Mead

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1945