Sport: Scoreboard, Jun. 8, 1953

¶ In Hoylake, England, on the Royal Liverpool golf course, an Irish clothing merchant named Joe Carr beat the defending champion, the U.S.'s Harvie Ward, 2 up, for the British amateur championship.

¶ At Belmont Park, N.Y., Greentree Stable's Tom Fool broke fast, led all the way to win the mile-and-a-quarter $58,000 Suburban Handicap by a nose. His time: a scorching 2:00 3/5, the second fastest time in the handicap's 67-year history.

¶ At Randalls Island, N.Y., Manhattan College took the I.C.4-A track and field title, for the second year in a row, with...

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