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August 09, 1965
BOATING—First over the finish line of the 235-mile Port Huron-to-Mackinac race and first on corrected time of 42 hours 44 minutes 13 seconds, GYPSY, a 54-foot sloop skippered by Charles Kotovic of Milwaukee, took...
August 02, 1965
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August 31, 1964
BOXING—In a fight that marked the end of 20 years of televised boxing from Madison Square Garden, veteran HENRY HANK, 29, of Detroit held eighth-ranked Light Heavyweight Johnny Persol, 24, of Brooklyn to a 10-round draw.
August 10, 1964
BOATING—A record fleet of 114 yachts entered the 333-mile Chicago-to-Mackinac race, and the surprise winner in the overall standings was TALISMAN, a little 30-foot sloop owned and skippered by George A. Quandee of...
January 06, 1964
The world of sport in 1963 was characterized by a brilliance that came from dozens of outstanding performances: the nationwide interest in Kelso's victories, the spectacular baseball season that culminated in Sandy...