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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.
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
September 21, 1964 | Frank Deford
In Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle (below), who finished one-two at Forest Hills this week, Australia has the world's best amateurs and a grip on the forthcoming Davis Cup
June 29, 1964
BASEBALL—Led by the four-hit pitching of Joe Pollack, a junior right-hander, MINNESOTA overpowered top-ranked Missouri 5-1 for its third NCAA championship in three tries, in Omaha. (The Gophers' other college world...
March 02, 1964 | Frank Deford
Salisbury, Md. has a population of only 16,302, but its huge, airy civic center (above) proved an ideal site for the National Indoor championships, which were won by Chuck McKinley