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September 01, 1969 | Jack Tobin
A swinging Mexican with a ring in his shoe, a car on his mind and one of the hardest left hooks anywhere takes the bantamweight championship from Australian aborigine Lionel Rose at Los Angeles
February 03, 1969
Those who paid $83 apiece for tickets to a charity hockey game at New York's Rockefeller Center rink were privileged to see Steve Lawrence score three goals in the first game of his life, Eydie Gormé fall on her...
December 16, 1968 | Martin Kane
Australian champion Lionel Rose was the boxer, Mexican challenger Chucho Castillo was the slugger and the match was a beauty—fast, hard and close. The riot afterward was a disgraceful anticlimax
September 09, 1968
BOATING—JONATHAN WALES came back from a 10th-place finish in the first of seven races to win the International One-Design Championship at Marblehead, Mass. The 28-year-old Boston banker is one of the youngest...
July 15, 1968 | Frank Iwama
Lionel Rose, the powerful pipe-smoking aborigine, traveled 5,000 miles from his home in the bush and then did 15 fast rounds of roadwork trying to catch up with the dancing Japanese challenger for his bantamweight title