Sport: Scoreboard, may 12, 1958

¶ Sprinting back as though possessed, the outfielder grabbed the fly ball on the dead run—and disappeared into the nearby woods. While the robbed slugger whooped with delight and the stands cheered, bewildered prison guards tardily set out in chase. But fleet-footed Centerfielder Ronald Mules (larceny, breaking and entering), had broken up the ball game and broken clean away from the Concord, Mass, prison farm.

¶ Casually upping the beat to a fast 36 for the final drive, Yale's power-stroking crew, built around three veterans of the 1956 Olympic winners, defeated Pennsylvania by 2½...

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