Sport: Schedule Man

Kenesaw Mountain Landis, William Harridge, Ford Frick are as familiar to baseball fans as the seventh-inning stretch.

As little known as the defunct Federal League is tightlipped, bespectacled Clement Schwener, manager of the safe-deposit vaults of Boston's U. S. Trust Co. Kilterless baseball schedules of 25 years ago annoyed his mathematical mind. Mr.

Schwener—no less enthusiastic about box scores than business indexes—sat himself down with pencil and paper, evolved a schedule of his own, submitted it to the heads of the American and National Leagues. He has been drawing up their schedules ever since....

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