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Pennants

won over Ted Wills (1-1), both in
relief.
The White Sox blew a 5-1 lead,
losing to the Indians in the 12th
on singles by Woodie Held, Walt
Bond and Bubba Phillips. The Sox
still held a 5-3 lead with two out
in the ninth when Cleveland
bounced back to tie the score on
a single by Phillips, two walks and
a single by Ken Aspromonte.,
Brooks R~obinson drove. in four
runs with a homer, double and
sacrifice fly for the Orioles, who
snapped a 6-6 tie with four runs
in the seventh. Hoyt Wilhelm won
in relief over Hal Woodeshick.

]Dallas Falls
To Steelers
In NFL
DALLAS (?-Pabulous Bobby
Layne set a career record for
passing then bombed the Pitts=-
burgh Steelers to a 35-28 victory
over the Dallas Cowboys in a
National Football League game
last night.
Layne, the former University; of
Texas great making a return to
the Cotton Bowl where he has had
some of his greatest moments,
passed for four touchdowns and
handed off to Tomn Tracy to al-
low the latter to throw for the
other in ,a winning duel with little
Eddie LeBaron of the Cowboys.

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