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October 05, 1964 | Frank Deford
The U.S. had a plan for defending the Davis Cup: give Roy Emerson his two singles matches and win the rest. But Australia's Fred Stolle beat Dennis Ralston and started the cup on its return trip down under
May 10, 1965
BASKETBALL—A cross-country tour of all-star national teams from the U.S.S.R. and the U.S. finished with a 82-69 Russian victory in St. Louis. Overall, the Americans won five out of seven games.
July 26, 1965
BOATING—Ticonderoga, the 72-foot ketch owned, skippered and navigated by Robert Johnson of Portland, Ore., sailed from San Pedro, Calif. to Honolulu in 9 days 13 hours 51 minutes 2 seconds, to finish the Transpacific...
August 09, 1965 | Frank Deford
When Arthur Ashe was chosen to face Mexico in Davis Cup play, it was hoped he might help U.S. star Dennis Ralston by winning one match. As it developed, he won twice to lead his team to victory
August 30, 1965 | Frank Deford
The Spaniards were magnificent, the crowds understandably noisy and Dennis Ralston a nervous wreck. When he lost the U.S. team crashed with him at the colorful Davis Cup matches in Barcelona