Sport: Scoreboard, Sep. 13, 1954

¶ At home in the Polo Grounds, the New York Giants teed off on Dodger pitching, took two games of a three-game series with their arch rivals, all but clinched the National League pennant, and brushed Brooklyn back into a second-place scramble with the Milwaukee Braves. In the Yankee Stadium, the World Champions took two out of three from the league-leading Indians to stay within a long reach of their sixth pennant in a row. But time was running out. Cleveland moved into Baltimore for Labor Day, 4½ games in front.

¶ The California and Illinois racing commissions indefinitely suspended affable Andy...

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