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  Doris Hart - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Doris Hart (born on June 2, 1925 in St.
In mixed doubles, Hart won championships at Wimbledon from 1951 to 1956 and at the U.S. Nationals from 1951 to 1955, giving her a total of 34 Grand Slam titles.
Hart is one of three players, all women, to have a "boxed set" of Grand Slam titles—every possible title (singles, same-sex doubles, and mixed doubles) from all four Grand Slam events.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /doris_hart.htm   (224 words)

 Doris Jane Hart, 1969 Enshrinee: International Tennis Hall of Fame   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Hart and Court are the only players in history, male or female, to win all 12 of the major titles at least once, and she is one of 12 to win all four singles within her career.
Doris won the mixed the following year with Sedgman, and the next three years with Vic Seixas, a Wimbledon record of five straight years.
After being a runner-up at Forest Hills for the U.S. Singles Championship four times, including 1952 and 1953 to Maureen Connolly, Hart finally was rewarded on her 15th try at the title, beating Brough in a thriller, 6-8, 6-1, 8-6, in the 1954 title match, averting three match points.
www.tennisfame.com /enshrinees/doris_hart.html   (651 words)

 Doris Hart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Doris Hart (born on June 2, 1925 in Saint Louis, Missouri) was a tennis champion in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, and is in the Tennis Hall of Fame.
She started playing tennis when she was 10 years old, greatly encouraged by her brother Bud.
She went on to win the French singles in 1950 and 1952, Wimbledon in 1951, and the U.S. singles in 1954 and 1955.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Doris_Hart   (242 words)

 HickokSports.com - Biography - Doris Hart
When she was ten years old, Hart discovered tennis while she was watching people play from her hospital window after an operation.
She was sometimes criticized for using frequent half-volleys from the baseline, but she explained she had great confidence in the shot because her brother had trained her never to retreat more than a couple of feet behind the baseline.
Hart won most of those titles with Shirley Fry, but she teamed with Pat Canning Todd for two and with Louise Brough Clapp for another.
www.hickoksports.com /biograph/hartdoris.shtml   (359 words)

 ITA - 1995 Inductee Doris Hart
Doris Hart (b.1925), a prolific champion with 325 major titles, was the second woman after Maureen Connolly to win all four Grand Slam singles events.
Remarkably, Hart achieved her record despite an impaired leg resulting from a childhood iillness.
By age 16 Hart was ranked in the Top 10 where she stayed through 1955.
www.wm.edu /tenniscenter/hart.html   (312 words)

 School Workers Dismissed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The board voted to terminate the employment of Doris Joanne Hart, the head cook at Athens Middle School, because she kept more than $6,000 she was supposed to deposit at the bank, Superintendent Carl Martin said.
Hart, a long-term school district employee, was supposed to deposit the cafeteria's money daily and did not do so for 14 days, Martin said.
Hart was called to the superintendent's office when the $6,700 was noticed unaccounted for, and she brought $700 with her to the meeting, Dill said.
thepost.baker.ohiou.edu /archives/020296/school.html   (309 words)

 Northwest Herald - Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Still, the U.S. Championships were serious business, and Doris Hart was annoyed to find herself one point from defeat in the final – especially since she had settled for runner-up four of the previous five years.
Hart attended the University of Miami, a few miles from where she lives now, and played her first Grand Slam tournament in 1946 at Wimbledon.
Hart lives alone, never married ("Came close," she said) and developed a reputation as a recluse.
www.nwherald.com /print/281377166515148.php   (666 words)

 The New York Times:
Patricia Ward, 6-4, 6-2 1954 - Doris Hart def.
Doris Hart, 6-2, 6-4 1952 - Maureen Connolly def.
Doris Hart, 6-3, 7-5 1951 - Maureen Connolly def. /default.asp?c=nytimes&page=tennis-w/stat/usopen-winners-women.htm   (1155 words)

 My Family
Children were: Doris Hart, Mary Alice Hart, Raymond Hart, Sallie Sue Hart, Sarah Hart, Bruce Hart, Charles Hart.
Bobby HART was born on 25 Dec. Parents: Willie HART and Gladys ELLIOTT.
Eliza HART was born on 24 Jun 1824.
www.fortunecity.com /millennium/hindmarsh/384/d446.htm   (591 words)

 Dyersburg State Gazette: Story: Doris Demetra Hart
Doris Demetra Hart, 79, of Murray, Ky., formerly of Dyer County, died Saturday, April 5, 2003 at Murray-Calloway County Hospital.
She was a retired LPN at West View Nursing Home after 21 years and a member of Trinity Christian Church in Murray.
Tuesday at Trinity Christian Church of Murray with the Rev. J.M. Harris and the Rev. O.L. Hart officiating.
www.stategazette.com /story/1029823.html   (68 words)

 Tennis coverage for Mason from PulseJournal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Doris Hart, 6-2, 6-4 1952 - Doris Hart def.
Doris Hart, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 1950 - Doris Hart def.
Doris Hart, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 1946 - Margaret Osbourne def.
www.pulsejournal.com /sports/content/shared/sports/tennis/french_wchamps.html   (906 words)

 A Ripple from the Storm by Doris Lessing
A Ripple from The Storm is an attempt to describe the psychology of the group organised against society, the psychology of the individual in an individualistic society trying to behave as 'communal man.' By the end of the book it is apparent that the group has failed.
When Martha Quest appeared C. Snow wrote of Doris Lessing in the Sunday Times: 'She is one of the most powerfully equipped young novelists now writing," and of A Proper Marriage (the second Children of Violnce novel) John Davenport wrote in The Observer: 'Miss Lessing is extremely gifted.
Her book combines sympathy and objectivity to a remarkable degree.' A Ripple from the Storm is of the same high standards, both in artistic achievement and in its humanity.
lessing.redmood.com /afrom.html   (183 words)

 McCook Daily Gazette: Story: Doris G. Green
Doris G. Green, 92, died Monday (Sept. 2, 2002) at Hillcrest Nursing Home in McCook.
She was born Aug. 28, 1910, at Danbury to Ed Austin and Edith (Newberry) Ruby.
Survivors include her son, Don Green and wife, Joyce of Casper, Wyo.; two daughters, Gwen and husband, Jim Lee, and Eleanor and husband, Dean Skiles all of Danbury; eight grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren.
www.mccookgazette.com /story/1047876.html   (198 words)

 Interview with B. Sam Hart - Collection 516   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Oral history interview in which Hart discusses his childhood, his parents work as missionaries in Jamaica, church life in Jamaica, his early preaching efforts, decision to go to college, Berlyn M. Nottage
Sam Hart was interviewed by Robert Shuster on June 20, 1996, at Hart's home in Ambler, Pennsylvania.
Hart is sometimes difficult to hear because of recording problems and there is a continuous, rhythmic clicking (possibly the recorder counter sticking) throughout tape and loud sounds periodically heard when one of the microphones is moved.
www.wheaton.edu /bgc/archives/GUIDES/516.htm   (313 words)

 Amazon.com: Music: Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962 Film Soundtrack) [SOUNDTRACK]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
JUMBO was one of Rodgers and Hart's biggest Broadway hits of the 1930's when it played for several months at the Hippodrome.
The film starred Doris Day (in her last major musical role) as Kitty Wonder, the bareback-riding queen of the Wonder Circus which is owned by her well-meaning father (Jimmy Durante, who also played in the Hippodrome production).
Doris Day has never been in better vocal form and is lovely to listen to.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005KHFI?v=glance   (1706 words)

 The New York Times: This Day In Sports
She repeated her victory of last year's final over Doris Hart of Coral Gables, Fla., whom she also defeated in a magnificent final at Wimbledon in July.
Miss Hart, a finalist five times and a strong hitter in her own right, resorted to every device, including changes of spin, length and pace, in an effort to slow down her opponent.
She was irresistible except for a momentary wavering when she stood within a stroke of ending matters at 6‚2 in the final set and yielded two more games to Miss Hart.
www.nytimes.com /packages/html/sports/year_in_sports/09.07.html   (627 words)

 WTAworld.com - Serve and Volley-40's tennis
Hart and Fry were about the only doubles Team that could give Brough/DuPont trouble.
Doris had some epic doubles matches with her two rivals.
In 1951 Hart won Wimbledon and was at last #1, but later that year a little dynamo named Mo Connolly stormed onto the scene.
www.wtaworld.com /showthread.php?t=23435   (4430 words)

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Oome Doris, naast den leêgen stoel van tante Dien, hield er twee.
Oome Piet lodderoogde minnetjes naar zijn broer, hij wist wel hoe deze vooruit had moeten beloven niet te veel te zullen drinken.
Maar oome Doris verstond, en bleek van kwaadaardigheid rekte hij zijn hoofd vooruit of hij wou gaan bijten met zijn magere kaak.
www.dbnl.org /tekst/_nie002nieu08/_nie002nieu08_0032.htm   (12603 words)

 Gary Dorsey * Silicon Sky How...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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 Tennis Week
Victorious against veterans Doris Hart and Shirley Fry on that auspicious occasion, the precocious Connolly was off and running, and with her impeccably groomed ground stokes and steely resolve to win, no one could keep up with her.
Once, before Connolly met Hart in a big match, Tennant concocted a story, riling Maureen by telling her that Hart had said she was a "spoiled brat" who was about to get a "tennis lesson." Connolly crushed Hart.
To tennis fans, she will always be recognized for her gusto, for her command of the ground game and for residing in the exclusive "Grand Slam Club" with Don Budge (1938), Rod Laver (1962 and 1969), Margaret Court (1970) and Steffi Graf (1988).
www.sportsmediainc.net /tennisweek/index.cfm?func=showarticle&newsid=8616&bannerregion=   (3020 words)

 ListenToGold: Playlist Doris Knecht und Christian Schachinger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
und: wenn man als dilettant sein bestes gibt, ist musik immer auch ein spielen hart an persönlichen machbarkeitsgrenzen.
Doris Knecht hat außerdem angedroht, zwei Bands zu spielen, bei denen Schachinger mitgewirkt hat.
Christian Schachinger hat vor, eine Platte zu spielen, bei der Doris Knecht mitgewirkt hat.
www.sra.at /listentogold/pl-02.html   (275 words)

 Excerpts from Tennis Strokes and Strategies: QuickSports Tennis.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
These articles are written by such reliable authorities as Margaret Smith Court, Alice Marble, Pauline Betz Addie, Doris Hart, Rod Laver, Jack Kramer, Ken Rosewall, Arthur Ashe, Don Budge, Roy Emerson, Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Harry Hopman, Vic Braden, and more.
In addition to the great tennis player-authors, the book has the advantage over other instructional guides of being made up of articles that are both concise and well-illustrated.
The drop shot is one of the most underrated and underutilized strokes in present-day tennis.
tennis.quickfound.net /training/tennis_strokes_and_strategies.html   (1544 words)

 Milando - Produktsuche, Preisvergleich von "doris" in Bücher
Seit Erscheinen des 'Katzenbuchs', hat Doris Lessing noch zwei weitere Geschichten geschrieben: 'Rufus', die Geschichte des Überlebenskünstlers mit...
Eine faszinierende Sammlung von Erzählungen um Katzenpersönlichkeiten,die der Schriftstellerin in ihrem Leben über den Weg gelaufen sind.
Denn Doris hat ein großes Ziel: Sie will Zaubern lernen.
www.milando.de /search.php?kt=85&so=&sc=doris   (300 words)

 MSN Encarta - Tennis
Pancho Segura of Ecuador, whose career would continue into the 1960s, also began his international tennis career in the 1940s.
Dominant female players who began their careers at this time included Americans Pauline Betz, winner of four U.S. championships (1942-1944, 1946); Louise Brough, winner of four Wimbledon titles (1948-1950, 1955); and Doris Hart, who captured six grand slam singles titles between 1949 and 1955.
In the 1950s Australia became a tennis power, and Australian men won the Davis Cup 15 times from 1950 to 1967, led by outstanding players such as Frank Sedgman, Ken Rosewall, Lew Hoad, Mal Anderson, Neale Fraser, and Ashley Cooper.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761553181_3/Tennis.html   (1074 words)

 Tennis Articles from Online Magazines: QuickSports.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In the semi-finals, teamed with Doris Hart, Pauline discarded sneakers, played in heavy woolen socks.
In last week's semifinals, Brough came up against frail, canny Doris Hart of Jacksonville, Fla., No. 3 in the U.S. rankings.
In the damp footing, Brough was unable to play her usual forcing game and Hart beat her with sharp-shooting placements, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1.
sports.quickfound.net /tennis_articles.html   (2049 words)

 Tennis a modo mio --
But she would soon have the world under her right thumb while still technically a junior, not yet 19, an obstreperous intruder overthrowing the established order of older women.
Her third time around at the U.S. biggie, seeded fourth, she ran six games from 1-4 down in the first set while beating top-seeded 26-year-old Hart, 6-4, 6-4, in a semi halted by rain after the first game of the second, and resumed the following day.
Following the Aussie triumph over doubles partner and fellow Californian, Julie Sampson, 6-3, 6-2, Maureen had to get past Hart: 6-2, 6-4, at the French, 8-6, 7-5, at Wimbledon, 6-2, 6-4, in the home stretch.
www.freewebs.com /nicolazema/connolly.htm   (848 words)

 Las Vegas SUN: Obituaries for June 15, 2005
He was born July 23, 1918, in Marcola, Ore. A resident for eight years, he was a retired Navy chief petty officer, a World War II and Korean War veteran and a member of the Fleet Reserve.
He is survived by his wife, Marie; one son, Wallace Clum of Ackworth, Ga.; two daughters, Lynn Jagaciewski of Crested Butte, Colo., and Candis Massengale of Lake Welaska, Ga.; two sisters, June Hart of Salem, Ore., and Doris Hart of Springfield, Ore.; one brother, Jay Clum of Rockaway Beach, Ore.; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 51 years, Doris.
www.lasvegassun.com /sunbin/stories/obits/2005/jun/15/518907695.html   (864 words)

The hops, which are supported by funding from West Lothian Council Arts and Cultural Services, are such fun that visitors come from all over the world to be there.
 Regular attendees include a group of Scottish dance enthusiasts from Japan as well as New Yorkers Doris Hart and Henry Schlakman.
Doris Hart and Henry Schlakman both grew up in New York.
www.historic-scotland.gov.uk /sg/txtonly/index/news/news-full-article.htm?articleid=12000   (429 words)

 Hall of Presidents | President Profile
His uncle, Earl B. Musser, class of 1902, and his brother, John William Shultz, were educated at Ashland.
In 1949, he married Doris Hart, who also graduated from Ashland College.
Shultz received his bachelor of arts degree from Ashland in 1950; the degree, master of religious education, from Ashland Theological Seminary in 1952, and the doctor of education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1954.
history.ashland.edu /presidents.asp?presID=14   (337 words)

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