Sport: Scoreboard, Aug. 15, 1955

¶ The third-place New York Giants jettisoned one of their once-great pitchers. Sal ("The Barber") Maglie, who failed to complete a game since June. Minus his old touch (95 wins, 42 losses), which helped take the Giants to two World Series ('51, '54), The Barber was sold to Cleveland for $10,000, was blasted for five runs in the first two innings of his first game for the Indians.

¶At Goshen, N.Y., in harness racing's Kentucky Derby, Scott Frost, a three-year-old California bay colt, took the $85,000 Hambletonian. Time for final heat: 2 min. 3/5 sec., only 3/5 sec. slower than the record...

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