Sport: New Manager In Boston

Boston is a town to give any baseball manager ulcers. It has the most temperamental players, the most critical fans and the most vitriolic sportwriters of any city in the baseball world. Manager Joe McCarthy, who won eight pennants in twelve years with the New York Yankees, gave up after his Red Sox, two years in succession, had wound up in second place. The Braves' Manager Billy Southworth, who won three pennants in a row with the St. Louis Cardinals, did a little better, won a pennant for Boston in 1948. But last week, after the Braves had lost by one...

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