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October 11, 1965
BOXING—Unranked Philadelphia welterweight PERCY MANNING (16-3) won a unanimous 10-round decision over ninth-ranked Jos� Stable of New York at the Philadelphia Arena. Stable, whose record is now 26-5-1, had lost a title fight to Welterweight Champion Emile Griffith last April. Fighting on the same card was JOE FRAZIER, the 1964 U.S. Olympic heavyweight champion, who scored a TKO over Ray Staples of Reading, Pa. in 2:06 of the second round. It was Frazier's third straight victory since turning professional.
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October 11, 1965

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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DIED: MATCH II, the 7-year-old French Thoroughbred who, in 1962, won the Grand Prix de St. Cloud in France, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in England and the Washington, D.C. International in the U.S. His death, which was attributed to an intestinal ailment, occurred at the Harwood Stud near Newbury, England.

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