Sport: Triple Feature

The American League's thriller-diller went on & on. Hollywood could not have done better. The lead changed hands four times in a fortnight, as three teams and thousands of World Series dollars literally hung on every other pitch.

The New York Yankees, who had zoomed into the lead on Labor Day, muffed their final chance on home territory, dropping three straight to the Philadelphia A's. The heat was on. But the unhappy Yanks, moving into the hostile West for the tenterhook last 13 days, hoped Rookie Pitcher Mel Queen (5-1) and Veteran Hank...

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