Sport: Scoreboard, Nov. 8, 1954

¶ In Manhattan, American League owners listened to the simmering squabble about the future of the Philadelphia Athletics (TIME, Aug. 16), discovered that Connie Mack and his sons, Roy and Earle, could not agree on the future of the team, called all deals off and went home. As for the A's, they still had no home. ¶ At New Jersey's Garden State Park, Mrs. Russell A. Firestone's beautiful bay colt, Summer Tan, slogged through sloppy going in the Garden State Stakes, needed little help from Jockey Eric Guerin to win the world's richest ($269,965) horse race....

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