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September 21, 1964
FOOTBALL—COLLEGE: Quarterback Larry Zeno threw two touchdown passes and kicked a 25-yard field goal in leading UCLA to a stunning 17-12 upset over heavily favored Pittsburgh in the season's first major game.
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September 21, 1964

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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MILEPOSTS—SCHEDULED: A rematch between CASSIUS CLAY and SONNY LISTON for the world heavyweight title at Boston Garden on November 16.

DIED: WALTER A. BROWN, 59, president of the Boston Celtics, the Boston Bruins and the Boston Garden, of a heart attack in Hyannis, Mass. (see page 17).

DIED: TOM MEANY, 60, a sportswriter for 40 years, the author of more than a dozen books (mostly on baseball) and for the past three seasons the public-relations chief for the New York Mets, in New York City.

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