Sport: Scoreboard, Jun. 30, 1958

¶ Egged on by a righthanded Alabama pitcher named Frank Lary, the Detroit Tigers have turned into a team of raging rebels. Fairly foaming at the very sight of a Yankee, the American League's spring patsies have become summer terrors, clawed the Yanks seven times in a row, pushed their season record to eight-out-of-twelve over the league champs. Lary himself has accounted for half the victories. ¶Before the Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta started, the Cornell varsity was known as the best nonwinning crew in the nation. When the regatta ended, every...

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