Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 29, 1957

¶ When Pro Tennis Champ Pancho Gonzales, 29, heard that he and Lew Hoad, 22, Australia's recent convert to play-for-pay, were scheduled for last week's Tournament of Champions at Forest Hills' West Side Tennis Club, he intimated that Wimbledon Champ Hoad was not yet ready for big-time tennis (TIME, July 22). Pancho was right. First, Old Pros Ken Rosewall and Tony Trabert beat Hoad, then Gonzales whipped the new boy, 9-7, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. ¶ Sailing in the Trans-Pacific yacht race from the Los Angeles coast to Honolulu, Skipper Charles Ullman frantically hunted...

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