Sport: Scoreboard, Apr. 28, 1958

¶ Boston's Patriots' Day Marathon had its usual motley of cigar-smoking clowns, bicycle riders and beer-drinking college boys who dropped out of the race when they got to Wellesley. But after the show-offs were gone, pale, frail Franjo Mihalic, 36, a Yugoslav printer, outlegged all the other hoofers to win the 26-mile, 385-yd. grind in 2:25:54. Second: Boston's defending champion, John J. Kelley.

¶ Pleading ill health, boxing's Mr. Big, James D. Norris, resigned his longtime job as president of the International Boxing Club. But he hung on to his job as president of the Madison Square Garden Corp., which owns every...

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