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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
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
July 13, 1964
BOATING—DON McNAMARA, 31, sailed BINGO to three firsts and a second in seven races off Newport, R.I. to win the 5.5 skipper's berth for the Tokyo Olympics. With Crewmen Frank Scully and Joe Batchelder, he sailed the...
July 13, 1964 | John Lovesey
Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle, in disfavor down under since February, are back in the Davis Cup picture after a Wimbledon performance that may yet prove the racket to be mightier than the sword
July 15, 1963
BOATING—Strung out across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans were 46 of the world's finest ocean racing crafts. Spread along the 2,225-mile downhill run to HONOLULU were 32 yachts, ranging from the 90-foot ketch, Novia...