Sport: Scoreboard, Oct. 8, 1956

In the aftermath of the lopsided American League pennant race, Managers Al Lopez, 48, of the Cleveland Indians, and Bucky Harris, 59, of the Detroit Tigers, submitted their resignations. Said Lopez, who managed the Indians to one pennant and five second-place finishes in six years: "There's a feeling that we should have finished higher. The tension has been terrific." (This was the understatement of the week.) Harris brought his team in fifth both last year and this year. He figured he could never be the "fiery, aggressive manager" demanded by the syndicate that bought the club in midsummer. ¶College football...

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