Sport: Scoreboard, may 11, 1953

¶In Chicago, after getting the details of one of the rowdiest rough & tumbles in baseball history, American League President Will Harridge levied a total of $850 in fines on four New York Yankees and two St. Louis Browns players. Browns Catcher Clint Courtney was "mainly responsible for the brawl," touching off a free-for-all with his spikes-high slide into Yankee Shortstop Phil Rizzuto at second base. Courtney's levy: $250.

¶In London, at the British Amateur Athletic Association track meet, Oxford's Roger Bannister, now a medical student and somewhat out of training, turned in...

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