OLD SONG?Familiar names made news in major leagues last week:
?Bob Lemon of Cleveland Indians became first major-league pitcher to win 20 games this season when he beat Boston Red Sox 6-2. Victory helped Indians stretch lead to four games over New York Yankees.
?Ted Williams hit 361st home run of career to tie Joe DiMaggio for fifth place in all-time records.
?New York Giants split two-game series with Milwaukee, another two games with St. Louis Cardinals to see lead cut to 1? games Sunday night, as Brooklyn Dodgers took two from both Cards and Braves.
NEW THRILLS?Bill Masucci, 12, hit first-inning home run, pitched Schenectady to 7-5 victory over Colton, Calif. in final of Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.
DOUBLES?Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, 80-year-old dean of American trainers, won his 10th Saratoga Cup when Odgen Phipps' Great Captain?Eddie Arcaro up?scored five-length victory over Mrs. John Payson Adams' Impulsivo. Next day Mr. Fitz and Arcaro combined again to win Hopeful Stakes?first victory for both in Saratoga's top test for two-year-olds?with Belair Stud's Nashua. Second by a neck in the 6?-furlong sprint: Mrs. Russell A. Firestone's Summer Tan.
FILLIES?Claiborne Farm's Delta slogged through mud at Washington Park to take first money in $102,760 Princess Pat Stakes, richest race in world for two-year-old fillies.
?Max Hempt's three-year-old Stenographer, holder of nine world records for fillies, trotted mile heats of 2:03 3/5 and 2:04 3/5 to win Breeder's Filly Trot on Grand Circuit card at Missouri State Fair.
BREEZE?Lawrence R. Troiano's King Commander carried top weight of 154 pounds to nine-length victory over Montpelier's favored Shipboard in Saratoga Steeplechase Handicap. Time for 2?-mile course: 5:00 2/5, 5 1/5 seconds better than previous track record.