Who was Helen wills?
She is a famous tennis player during 1920s.
Helen Wills (Moody) was an influential figure in the 1920s by being an amazing tennis player and winning over thirty-one Wimbledon titles during her fifteen years of playing. She influenced modern culture by changing the dress of tennis, which used to be floor length skirts with tights. Helen changed it to knee length, white, pleated skirts and a white visor. This was a trend that was made during the 1920s.
Bob Wills (a.k.a. Jim Rob, or James Robert) of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys was 1 of 10 children: 3 brothers and 6 sisters. The siblings were Johnnie Lee, Luther J. (a.k.a. Luke), Billy Jack, Ruby, Eloise, Olga, Helen, Lorene, and Jesse Wayne. As of March, 2010, all of the siblings are deceased. (per website http://www.texasplayboys.net/Biographies/uncle_john_wills.htm, http://www.cowboydirectory.com/W/w-ills.html).
Wins by women far outnumber the wins by men. Here they are by year. Men: 1938 Donald Budge 1939 William McNeill 1948 Frank Parker 1949 Frank Parker 1950 Budge Patty 1954 Tony Talbert 1955 Tony Talbert 1989 Michael Chang 1991 Jim Courier 1992 Jim Courier 1999 Anrdre Agassi Women 1928 Helen Wills 1929 Helen Wills 1930 Helen Wills-Moody 1932 Helen Wills-Moody 1946 Margaret Osborne 1947 Patricia Todd 1949 Margaret Osborne-Dupont 1950 Doris Hart 1951Shirley Fry…