The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1956 · Page 20
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20 rThe Cazette-nd Daily, York; PaJ, $ P Q R X ft Tuesday Morning, January 31, 1956 Hoad Whips Rosewall In Four Sets To Win Australian .Net Title Brisbane, Australia UP Lewis Hoad, the big, blond strong man of Australian tennis, won the singles championship of his own country for the first time yesterday bv turning back two-time titlist Ken Rosewall, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, in a bitterly contested match. It was the first major national singles title for 21-year-old Hoad, who is regarded by many as the 'world's No. 1 tennis player. And Lew virtually clinched this world ranking with a power game that simply blasted Rosewall off the court. Although Hoad and Rosewall have dominated Australian tennis ever since Frank Sedgman turned pro three, years ago, big Lew never had been able to win the Australian, American or, Wimbledon championships. Little Rosewall, who has to rely on strategy instead of speed, had Entire Card Roster Now Under Contrqct St. Louis UP) The St Lotuis Cardinals proudly claimed the distinction last night of being the first major league club to complete the signing of players for the 1956 season. When outfielder Russell Rac cabled his contract acceptance from Maracabior Venezula, where be is playing winter baseball, that did it. " Fornt office Cardinal help announced exuberantly- it Was the earliest completion of contract signing in Cardinal" history. Business office old-timers said it was usually the last of Febuary before all Red birds were in the fold in yesteryears. Even general manager Frank Lane appeared elated at the signing of the 25-year-old Galveston, Texas, righthander-who last season hit .312 with Houston in the Texas league. won the Australian title in 1953 and again last year. BASKETBALL SCHOLASTIC EXHIBITION ifaijover High t York Catholic, first game, J p.m. YORK COUNTY LEAGUE Manchester at Eastern Susquchannock at West York Dover at Dallastown Kennard-Da e at Central Spring Grove at Northern . ADAMS COUNTY- LEAGUE Newville at East Berlin CENTRAL PENN JR. HIGH LEAGUE Edgar Fans Smith at Phineag Davis Henry Houck at Edward Hand YORK COUNTY JUNIOR HIGH LEAGUE Mt. Rose at Mt. Wolf, 7 p.m. West York at Susquehannock, 4 p.m. Dallastown at Dover. 4 p.m.-Central at Kennard-Dale, 4 p.m. YORK COUNTY LEAGUE National Guard at Red Lion SENIOR COMMUNITY LEAGUE -(Smith Floor) Post 127 at Noel's, 7 p.m. Eagles at Naval Reserves, 8:15 p.m. (Dfvrrs Floor) Poilce Hom at Delphia, 7 p.m. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE (Devers Floor) Motter's vs Acco, 8:15 p.m. SWIMMING York High ut Milton Hershey, 3 p.m. WRESTLING Manhelm Township at Hanover, 7 p.m. Offer Vince Boryla Job As Cage Coach Of Knickerbockers New Yorlc UP) Vince Boryla, former Notre Dame, Denver and Knickerbockers basketball star, has been offered the job as coach of the New York Knickerbockers for next season, Ned Irish the. Knicks' head, said yesterday. He has not yet accepted or refused. Joe Lapchick, coach of the National Basketball Assn. club for nine seasons, turned in his resignation last Friday, to take effect at the end of this season. After playing at Notre Dame as a freshman, Boryla put in nearly, two seasons with the Denver Nuggets, an AAU team, while he was in the Army, stationed at Lowry Field near Denver. He was a member of the 1948 Olypmic basketball . team. After leaving the Army, he entered the University of Denver. He made the All-America college team in 1949, then turned pro with the Knicker bockers and played with them for five seasons. Bucknell University has had two undefeated basketball seasons'. The 1902-03 team posted. a 10-0 record and the 1907-08 squad won 12 straight. FEB. 16 28 SAT.MATINEES (Sun. Excepted) EE AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 8 PM WED., FEB. 1 PITTSBURGH. HERSHEY BEARS TICKET RESERVATIONS CENTRAL TICKET AGENCY TELEPHONE YORK 7136 GEORGIA STUM Ms - Nothing without wings climbs like a '56 Chevrolet ! Thenew '56 Chevrolet handles hills like they aren't even there! Aim it up a steep grade . . . and you'll see why it's the Pikes Peak record breaker! Ever level off a mountain with your foot? 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