Sport: Scoreboard, Sep. 7, 1959

¶ For the first time since 1920, the Harmsworth Cup, symbol of world supremacy in powerboat racing, left the U.S. as Canada's Miss Supertest Ill, owned by Jim (Supertest gasoline) Thompson of London, Ont, defeated Maverick, owned by Phoenix Millionaire (oil, cattle) Bill Waggoner. In winning the cup, Miss Supertest set a new course record of 104.098 m.p.h.

¶ Rearing back and firing like a major leaguer, 13-year-old Art Deras (5 ft. 8 in., 136 Ibs.) struck out 14 to lead his team from Hamtramck, Mich, to a 12-0 rout of Auburn, Calif., and...

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