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September 05, 1960
BASEBALL—LEVITTOWN, PA. defeated Fort Worth 5-0 to win 14th annual Little League world championship of 11- and 12-year-olds (see page 28). JOE MORMELLO JR., star pitcher of Levittown, became the third pitcher in the series history to record a no-hitter. He also set a strikeout record (33 in two games) and started his team's scoring in the final game with a first-inning home run. Third place in the tournament was taken by Lakewood, Calif., which defeated Monterrey, Mexico 4-3.
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September 05, 1960

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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BASEBALL—LEVITTOWN, PA. defeated Fort Worth 5-0 to win 14th annual Little League world championship of 11- and 12-year-olds (see page 28). JOE MORMELLO JR., star pitcher of Levittown, became the third pitcher in the series history to record a no-hitter. He also set a strikeout record (33 in two games) and started his team's scoring in the final game with a first-inning home run. Third place in the tournament was taken by Lakewood, Calif., which defeated Monterrey, Mexico 4-3.

Oak Park, Ill. edged out West. Covina, Calif. 5-4 in extra-inning game for Pony League championship at Washington, Pa.

Toronto Maple Leafs clinched International League pennant with a 5-4 victory over Montreal. Last season Toronto finished last.

BOATING—Sixteen days after the final heat of Seattle's Seafair Trophy for unlimited hydros (SI, Aug. 22) MISS THRIFTWAY was officially declared the winner. With 1,425 points Miss Thrift-way is far in front of other contenders for the national unlimited championship.

Morton S. Bromfield of Canton, Mass., with his wife as one of his crew, won International 210 Class championship at Mamaroneck, N.Y.

Buddy Friedrichs Jr., 20, of New Orleans, International Luders-16 championship at Greenwich, Conn., duplicating feat of his father Shelby, who took the title in 1956, when Buddy was one of his crew.

Harry Levinson of Indianapolis, National Snipe Championship at Clearwater, Fla.

Frank Levinson of Clearwater, Fla., Flying Dutchman North American championship at St. Michaels, Md.

Dave Blackshear of Atlanta, Senior Y-Flyer championship at Indianapolis.

Chuck Mersereau of Kissimmee, Fla. and Copilot STAN GROFF ran into a shoal but won anyway in 737-mile Ketchikan-to- Seattle outboard marathon.

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