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FOR THE RECORD
November 16, 1959
BASKETBALL—ELGIN BAYLOR, Minneapolis Lakers, set NBA record by scoring 64, points, handing Boston Celtics first loss of season.
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November 16, 1959

For The Record

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BASKETBALL—ELGIN BAYLOR, Minneapolis Lakers, set NBA record by scoring 64, points, handing Boston Celtics first loss of season.

Boston, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.

BOATING—MOGU, owned by Fred S. Guggenheimer, first in 100-mile Tampa to Fort Myers, Fla. sailing race.

Barlovento II, owned and skippered by Pierre S. du Pont 3d, first in 100-mile Skipper invitational race, with corrected time of 13:17:38, Annapolis.

Calvin B. Christianson, Omaha, first foreigner to capture a Japanese national yachting title, with Japanese crewmate outsailed 19 Japanese contenders for Sea Horse class championship, Yokohama, Japan.

BOXING—JOEY GIARDELLO, 10-round decision over Dick Tiger, middleweight!, Cleveland.

Hurricane Jackson, 10-round TKO over Howard King, heavyweights, Boise, Idaho.

Rory Calhoun, 6-round KO over Joey White, middleweights, Montreal.

Ben Medina, 7-round TKO over Paddy De-Marco, lightweights, Fresno, Calif.

CROSS-COUNTRY—ARMY, Heplagonal team championship, New York. Individual winner: RICHARD GREEN, Army, in 24:42 for five miles.

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