Sport: Dizzy Trade

A sure harbinger of spring for the past three years has been Dizzy Dean on the front page. For many a U. S. citizen Dizzy's arrogant predictions and bombastic salary disputes have served as a memo that another baseball season was getting under way.

Last week, later than usual, on the very eve of the season's opening came the Dean headlines. But this time they were different. The big, right-handed pitcher, who had been a trademark for the St. Louis Cardinals ever since 1934, when his bumptious performances on & off the ball field made him a national clown-hero, the pampered...

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