Sport: Scoreboard, Oct. 31, 1960

¶ Caught in a squeeze play between the potential power of a third league and the actual power of a Senate antitrust subcommittee, National League club owners, meeting in Chicago, expanded the circuit to ten teams by adding Houston and New York. The foot-dragging American League is also expected to vote new franchises (leading candidates: Dallas-Fort Worth and Minneapolis-St. Paul).

¶ Iowa kept its crown as the nation's No. 1 team by beating Purdue 21-14. An impregnable Minnesota defense rocked Michigan for five fumbles, paving the way for a 10-0 victory and the return of the Little Brown Jug to the...

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