?Lew Hoad of Australia, top-seeded foreigner, overcame stubborn Sidney Schwartz of Miami, Fla. 10-12, 6-0, 6-4, 6-4.
?Ken Rosewall, Hoad's Aussie Davis Cup partner and second-seeded foreign entrant, beat Edgar Lee of Washington, D.C. 6-1, 6-1, 6-0.
JUNIORS?Barbara Breit, 16, of North Hollywood, Calif. won U.S. Girls' grass-court tennis championships at Philadelphia with 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 victory over Darlene Hard of Montebello, Calif.
REINSTATED?Nat Holman, suspended Nov. 18, 1952 from post as basketball coach and associate professor of hygiene at City College of New York for "conduct unbecoming a teacher," was reinstated as associate professor by Dr. Lewis A. Wilson, Commissioner of Education for New York State. Dr. Wilson's decision overruled verdict of 21-man Board of Education of New York City, which had suspended Holman for not reporting cash offers made to players on his scandal-racked teams.
WOMEN'S CHAMPION?Mrs. Allegra Mertz of Rye, N.Y. won Mrs. Charles Francis Adams Bowl?emblematic of the national women's sailing championship?with a total of 19? points for five-race series. It was the second time in five years Mrs. Mertz had won the national title.
SLOW FINISHERS?John Van Dyke's Sea Skate did not win a single race during international Star class regatta, but his overall record of a third, two fifths, a seventh and a tenth gave him North American championship in the five-race series at Rockport, Mass.
?F. Gregg Bemis, sixth in fourth race and second in the final, won international 210 series at Falmouth, Mass. when Robert W. Side's Spray was disqualified for barging starting line in last race.
OPENERS?Montreal Alouettes, preseason favorites to win championship of Canada's Eastern Big Four Football Union, opened season with 24-6 victory over Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Hamilton, Ontario.