Sport: Off & Running

After three weeks of play in baseball's Jubilee Year,* the experts (i.e., the baseball writers) were shaking their heads in mild dismay. Two teams which were almost unanimous choices for the second division, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington Senators, were bouncing around the top of the National and American Leagues. The New York Giants, dark horse choice for the National League pennant, sweated out an eleven-game losing streak before they finally beat the Dodgers, 8-5, and began their drive to get out of the cellar.

But by last week, a few traces...

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