Sport: Scoreboard, Nov. 7, 1960

¶ In the fight for new baseball markets across the nation, the National League had barely disclosed its plans to move into Houston and New York by the 1962 season when the American League, stung by the invasion of the Yankees' monopoly in New York, retaliated by announcing that it would have a team in Los Angeles by the 1961 season to share the National League's richest city with the Dodgers. In addition, the American League plans to shift the Senators to Minneapolis-St. Paul, replace them with a new team in Washington by next season.

¶ In college football's game of...

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