Sport: Indian Summer?

"You might call this a house of correction," said Cleveland Indian Manager Al Lopez amiably. Baseball writers, reporting early to the Indians' spring training camp at Tucson, Ariz., are calling it "The Greenberg College of Batting Knowledge." Whatever its name, Cleveland's General Manager Hank Greenberg hopes it will serve as a cram course for some postgraduate exercise: the 1952 World Series.

With a chance for the pennant last year—right up to the final week—Cleveland lost out mainly because its sluggers whiffed, its line-drive hitters popped out, and its six key batters hit .256, a...

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