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BOXING—Middleweight JOSÉ GONZALEZ, a Puerto Rican living in New York, knocked out Florentino Fernandez, the 11-to-5 favorite, in the eighth of a scheduled 10-rounder in Madison Square Garden.
April 30, 1962 | Raymond Tinsley
October 06, 1958
Don Wilson, Dearborn, Mich. auto dealer, speedily won first heats of Potomac River hydroplane races in Washington, cagily coasted home last in third heat to capture President's Cup Regatta with Miss U.S.I.
March 03, 1958
Seated above in a spider web of his own designs is the gentleman who is responsible for the knitted fashions favored by the American woman who travels fastest, farthest and neatest. Young (32 years) Bob Goldworm,...
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