Sport: Scoreboard, Feb. 14, 1955

¶ In Oklahoma City, Allie Reynolds, 37, the reliable righthander whose pitching helped win six pennants for the New York Yankees, retired from baseball. His arm still packed its old power, explained the Big Chief, but his back, injured in a 1953 bus accident, was in bad shape. Doctors had warned that it would not stand up to another season of professional baseball.

¶ In Nassau, B.W.I., more than 48 hours after leaving Miami, the 39-ft. yawl Hoot Mon (skippered by Lockwood Pirie, a reformed, Star-boat sailor) drifted across the finish line in the...

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