Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 22, 1957

¶Russia's Yuri Stepanov could not achieve enough altitude to win a place on his nation's Olympic high-jumping squad. But last week, at a Leningrad meet, he took his usual short sprint toward the bar, flung himself skywards and crashed into the landing pit with a new world record—7 ft. 1 in.

¶This week Cleveland's Pitching Ace Herb Score will put on his uniform, work out his talented left arm for the first time since May 7, when he was struck on the right eye by a bullet line-drive hit by the Yankees' Gil McDougald. For a while doctors had feared for...

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