Sport: Giants v. Yankees

To get the honor of buying the first $1.10 seat, one Tony Albano planted himself at the head of the line 12 days before the ticket window opened, slept in a swivel chair, ate food brought to him by a colored friend with whom he ungraciously refused to be photographed. To reporters he proudly announced that he had been fourth in line in 1933, that he would not sell his place for $50, that he was an unemployed truck driver who had been living on $60-a-month relief for three years and that, while...

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