Sport: Scoreboard, Aug. 11, 1958

¶ Calumet Farm's Gen. Duke, winner of $139,385 as a three-year-old in 1957 and co-favorite (with Bold Ruler) in last year's Kentucky Derby until scratched on race day, was destroyed in Lexington, Ky. Veterinarians found he was suffering from wobbles, an incurable spinal disease.

¶ In London, slim Molly Hiscox, a 21 -year-old clerk, entered the 440-yd. run as a last-minute reserve to fill out the field in a Britain v. Commonwealth meet, promptly got off in front, won by 12 yds. in 55.6 for a new world record.

¶ Philadelphia's Robin Roberts, 31, gave up the inevitable homerun ball but...

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