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became the best left-hander on the staff.

"If we don't set high goals," he said, "we'll never get out of 10th place."

The high point of McGraw's fist season in Shea came on the night of Aug. 22, when he defeated the great Koufax, 5-2, with a little help in the eighth and ninth innings from Jack Fisher. Not even that milestone, though, meant as much to him as his first appearance in the major leagues four months earlier, on Easter Sunday.

"Beating Koufax was great," he said, "but that first appearance -- two-thirds of an inning against San-Francisco -- I can sit here and remember every pitch going toward home plate. I can even see the seams on the ball.

"I looked over and saw that the first batter was Orlando Cepeda, and he looked 12 feet tall. But I struck him out on a curve, then got Bob Shaw out, and it was over."

Back in Camp Lejeune, McGraw is a member of an all New York platoon, mostly Met fans who occasionally ask for an autograph for their little
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School Results
BASKETBALL
Schools
Ramsey  62 - Demarest 49
Regional 60 - Old Lyme 59
Rice 91 - Iona Prep 50
Ridgefield 63 - Midland Park 28
River Dell 80 - Mahwah 54
Roger Ludlowe 60 - Danbury 59
Roselle 68 - Rahway 64
Roselle Park 60 - Berkley Hts. 53
Roslyn 78 - North Shore 65
Rutherford 90 - Creskill 32
Rye Neck 91 - Concordia Prep 37
St. Benedict's 65 - Jeffers on (Eliz.)49
St. Helena's 58 - Spellman 43
St. Thomas Aquinas 80 - Goodwin Tech 33
Saunders Trade 62 - Bronxville 58
Scarsdale 68 - Eastchester 59
Scotch Plains 48 - Westfield 37
So.Windsor 82 - Coventry 74
Southington 67 - Cheshire 55
Springfield 53 - Clark 40
Steinert 60 - Plainfield 52
Summit 58 - Cedar Grove 46
Teaneck 50 - Fair Lawn 48
Union 82 - Bridgewater 70
Union Cath. 51 - Immac. Conception 41
Uniondale 47 - Freeport 45
Verona 46 - Madison 45
Waldwick 102 - Jefferson Township 67
Wallington 82 - Woodridge 63
Wayne 57 - Clifford Scott 56
Weaver 70 - Notre Dame (W. Haven) 66
Westlake 61 - Woodlands 57
Weequahic 54 - Newark W. S. 41
Westbury 76 - Manhasset 55
White Plains 74 - Mamaroneck 65
Wilbercross 76 - Hartford 74
Wilson 80 - Pulaski 77

HOCKEY
Colleges
Harvard 8 - Dartmouth 3
New Hampshire 15 - Connecticut 5

Schools
Darien 1 - Mamaroneck 1
Eastchester 2 - .White Plains 1
Ossining 2 - Sleepy Hollow 2

RIFLE
Schools
Archbishop Stepinac 934 - Brunswick 904
Stuyvesant 795 - Seward Park 725

SWIMMING
Schools
Cheshire Ac. 57 - Wilbur Cross H. 5. 31
Great Neck S. 75 - Wantagh 20
St. Paul's 56 - Eastern M. A. 16
Svosset 59 - Poly Prep 36
Vailsburg 59 - Barringer 27
[[end school scores]]

FARRINGTON WINS 2 WESTBURY RACES
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Finished in Dead Heat for 3d After 6th-Race Accident
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By JOE NICHOLS
Special to The New York Times

WESTBURY, L. I., Jan. 18--

Bob Farrington returned to action at Roosevelt Raceway tonight, after being absent five nights of a suspension. The leading driver in the nation for four of the last five seasons, Farrington pleased his followers in the crowd of 16,108 by guiding two winners home in seven attempts.

Farrington might have had another winner but for an accident in the sixth race, i which his Dandy Do finihsed in a dead heat for third. Pacing next to Russell Rach on Isa R. in the backstretch, Farrington locked wheels with Rash's sulky when the latter's horse broke. Rash was thrown to the ground, but Farring managed to get clear and pilot Dandy Do to the share of third money, back of Mighty Twinkle and a 68-to-1-shot, Count Frost.

Rash was taken to the first-aid room for examination and was quickly released. His horse suffered a broken front leg, which was put in a cast by Dr. Bernard Brennan, the track veterinarian.
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