Sport: Scoreboard, may 16, 1955

¶ Bullet-Bob Turley, the fireballing righthander whom the Yankees bought from Baltimore last year, made his bosses look like smart investors. Only a stubborn scorer kept him from pitching a one-hitter as he struck out 13 batters and beat the Boston Red Sox 6-0, for his fifth victory and fifth full game in five starts.

¶With the help of a flying start as he took off on the anchor leg of a mile relay race against Ohio State and Army in Pittsburgh, Arnie Sowell, Pitt's junior speed boy, came home in front and stepped off one of the fastest quarter-miles in...

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