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March 23, 1964
BADMINTON—After dropping the initial match, in which former U.S. Singles Champion Jim Poole defeated Yoshio Komiya, JAPAN quickly took five straight to insure victory in the best-of-nine-match American Zone Thomas...
June 22, 1964
BASEBALL—Unheralded WEST LIBERTY COLLEGE of West Virginia, which had never before played in the NAIA tournament, upset Grambling of Louisiana in successive games, 6-4 and 3-2, to win the championship, in St. Joseph, Mo.
August 17, 1964
ARCHERY—DAVID J. KEAGGY JR., a 17-year-old schoolboy from Drayton Plains, Mich., drew his 44-pound bow 468 times and scored 3,648 of a possible 4,356 points to successfully defend his men's senior title in the...
November 23, 1964
BASKETBALL—At last, four weeks after the season started, BOSTON lost a game, 110-109 to the 76ers and then shocked everyone by losing again, this time to the Lakers 114-112. The Celtics had been unbeaten in 11...
December 21, 1964
BASKETBALL—BOSTON increased its Eastern Division lead to five games by defeating the Lakers 108-98, the Royals 116-101, the Bullets 112-99 and the Celtics' two-time conquerors, the 76ers, 118-109 (60 fouls were...