Sport: Romp

Philly Manager Eddie Sawyer seemed candidly baffled by the New York Yankees. "They are not a real good ball club," he complained. "I don't think they're any better than we are." Yet, every day out, the Yankees were good enough to take the champions of the National League. After four days of it, the Yankees romped off the field with their 13th World Series.

It was the lowest-scoring series ever played. It was also one of the most colorless.

¶ In the first game, the Phillies' big Righthander Jim Konstanty proved something which, up...

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