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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...
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.
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...
March 09, 1964
BASKETBALL—BOSTON lost its third game in a row (to the Pistons 115-113) for only the second time this season, and its Eastern Division lead dipped to a half game. But the Celtics won their next five games while...
February 24, 1964
BASKETBALL—SAN FRANCISCO continued to lead the Western Division of the NBA, splitting games with the Celtics and nipping the Pistons in overtime, due largely to Wilt Chamberlain's 59 points. ST. LOUIS edged half a...