Sport: Scoreboard, Jun. 27, 1960

¶ Timing his rhythmic swing perfectly, Ted Williams, 41, of the Boston Red Sox drove the ball over the left-centerfield fence in Cleveland for the sooth home run of his 22-year career, now trails only Babe Ruth (714), Jimmy Foxx (534) and Mel Ott (511).

¶ Stung by midseason defeats, Harvard's crew regained some prestige by a seven-length trouncing of Yale in the annual four-mile pull down Connecticut's Thames River, while California beat Navy by a length in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta at Syracuse. ¶ After his talent-loaded San Francisco Giants had lost three straight to the league-leading Pittsburgh Pirates...

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