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Topic - Margaret Bloss
Longtime friend and business partner Margaret Bloss, who lived with duPont in El Paso, said through her son that duPont's talent was spectacular.
"You hit the ball as hard as you can and, every once in a while, come to the net," she said. "Not too much thought involved. And, of course, the racket technology makes it just an entirely different sport."