Sport: Scoreboard, Sep. 22, 1958

¶Hunting in Alaska's rugged Kenai Peninsula, an Anchorage editor named Glenn B. Walker shot a moose that seemed to stand as high as the moon, wrestled the antlers back to civilization to learn that the 81-in. spread outspanned the claimed world record of 75 ⅝in.

¶With his usual blend of control, curves and craft, aging (37) Southpaw Warren Spahn of the pennant-bound Milwaukee Braves defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 8-2, for his 20th win of the season (against ten losses), thereby became the first major-league lefthander ever to win 20 or more games for nine seasons.

¶ With calm efficiency,...

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