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November 08, 1965
BASKETBALL—NBA: PHILADELPHIA (3-0) won the only game it played 134-114 over the Royals as Wilt Chamberlain and Hal Greer combined for 77 points. The win helped Philly hold its early lead in the Eastern Division. The...
October 11, 1965
BOXING—Unranked Philadelphia welterweight PERCY MANNING (16-3) won a unanimous 10-round decision over ninth-ranked José Stable of New York at the Philadelphia Arena. Stable, whose record is now 26-5-1, had lost a...
September 27, 1965
BOATING—The world championship for Lightning class boats, held at the Bay of Naples, was won by THOMAS G. ALLEN of Buffalo, sailing Atom II, for the third straight time. The next five finishers were also U.S. boats.
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...
March 01, 1965
BASKETBALL—With Bill Russell in action again, BOSTON won three of four, two of them over the Hawks, to extend its lead to 12½ games. CINCINNATI also beat the Hawks (111-103) but lost two, to the Bullets (125-114) and...