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People in Sports News - 8B THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR PEOPLE in SPORTS NEWS...
8B THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR PEOPLE in SPORTS NEWS Brennan TERRY BRENNAN, fired as Notre Dame football coach Dec. 19, will take his time about seeking another job, he told his father, Martin, Milwaukee attorney, by telephone. "I'm the happiest unemployed coach in America," Terry said. "I lost the battle but won the war." ALEX OLMEDO, U.S. Davis cup hero, will delay turning professional for at least a year. In Australia, he said: "I've got one more year of schooling (at Southern California) and I still want to consolidate myself with amateur tennis." VICTOR DENNY of Seattle, Wash., has been nominated for a second term as president of the U.S. Lawn Tennis association and all other national officers are scheduled for re-election at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va Jan. 17. FORD FRICK, baseball commissioner, has authorized any major league team to order its players out of strife-torn Cuba regardless of the players' contractual obligations to Cuban winter league teams, a story in the Toronto Globe and Mail said. SAMUEL RESHEVSKY, five times champion, moved into second place behind defending champion Bobby Fischer in the national chess tournament when he defeated James T. Sherwin for a 7-3 record. Fischer is 7-2. Fri.,Jan.2,1959 Olmedo

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  1. The Minneapolis Star,
  2. 02 Jan 1959, Fri,
  3. Page 24

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