Sport: Scoreboard, may 9, 1955

¶ After leading all the way on the dead, calm waters of the Severn, Navy's varsity crew was still able to take the stroke up to a backbreaking 40 per minute to hold off Cornell's closing sprint, cross the finish line 6 ft. in front and win its 31st straight race. (Last defeat: in the I.R.A. Regatta, June 1951.)

¶ An odds-on favorite to win his eleventh race in a row, Paul Andolino's disheveled little sprinter, Boston Doge, just could not get going on Belmont's damp track, finished a bad third behind Nance's Lad and Informant in the Swift Stakes.

¶ Slow...

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