In December 1917 Mansfield was diagnosed with tuberculosis . Rejecting the idea of staying in a sanatorium on the grounds that it would cut her off from writing,  she moved abroad to avoid the English winter.  She stayed at a half-deserted and cold hotel in Bandol , France, where she became depressed but continued to produce stories, including " Je ne parle pas français ". " Bliss ", the story that lent its name to her second collection of stories in 1920, was also published in 1918. Her health continued to deteriorate and she had her first lung haemorrhage in March. 
There were 33 matches recorded from state-wide play. The breakdown by District was: Central - 15, Southwest - 15, and Northeast - 3. The close, 3-2 matches included: Colerain defeated Ross ; Hilliard Darby defeated Marysville ; Bloom-Carroll beat Teays Valley ; Springboro defeated Sycamore (OTCA match); Wyoming beat Mariemont ; Middletown defeated Princeton ; Chaminade-Julienne defeated Badin ; and Summit Country Day beat Cincinnati Country Day . In other notable matches, St. Ursula Academy defeated Mount Notre Dame ; Canfield beat Poland Seminary ; Olentangy Liberty defeated Dublin Coffman ; and Magnificat beat Walsh Jesuit . To view all of the results recorded from yesterday, click on Previous Day's Match Results . Readers must now sign-in to view the Line-up View.