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June 08, 1964
BOXING—Middleweight JOSÉ GONZALEZ, a Puerto Rican living in New York, knocked out Florentino Fernandez, the 11-to-5 favorite, in the eighth of a scheduled 10-rounder in Madison Square Garden.
February 17, 1964
Eduardo Zuleta, 28, of Ecuador upset top-seeded Thomas Koch of Brazil in the semifinals of the Austin Smith tennis championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and went on to defeat Gardnar Mulloy, the tournament's...
May 27, 1963
BASKETBALL—After 17 years in Syracuse, the NATIONALS were sold for $500,000 to a Philadelphia business syndicate. The Nats, who finished second behind Boston in the Eastern Division, lost more than $39,000 last year....
May 13, 1963
BASEBALL—JACK KRALICK, one of three starting left-handers for the Minnesota Twins, was traded to Cleveland for right-handed hurler JIM PERRY, and in a waiver deal JIM BROSNAN, Cincinnati relief pitcher and author...
May 06, 1963
Skill counts more than beauty in athletics, but both qualities are happily combined in the women's U.S. gymnastic team. Its young members, now competing in the Pan American Games in Brazil, also serve as LITHE ENVOYS...