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October 04, 1965
BOATING—ERNEST FAY of Houston skippered his 5.5-meter Pride to victory in three of the four races for the Scandinavian Gold Cup on Long Island Sound. The cup, a competition among Norway, the Bahamas, Canada and the...
June 12, 1967
BRIDGE—ITALY's Blue Team beat the North American Team 338-227 in the finals in Miami Beach for its ninth straight World Team Championship (page 36).
June 19, 1967
BASKETBALL—The U.S.S.R. won the World Amateur Championship by defeating Yugoslavia 71-59 as the U.S. lost to Brazil 80-71, to finish fourth, on the last day of the tournament in Montevideo, Uruguay.
July 24, 1967
BOATING—WILLIAM WITNALL of Marblehead, Mass. accumulated a winning low total of 13 points in the world championship for International One-Design yachts in Hankoe, Norway to defeat runner-up Kalle Nergaard of Norway...
June 29, 1970
BASEBALL—Top-ranked SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA beat Florida State 2-1 when Second Baseman Frank Alfano singled with the bases loaded in the 15th inning, wrapping up the College World Series at Omaha.