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August 03, 1964
Terry Joe Woods, 8, the defending champion in the Mid-South Junior Fishing Rodeo at Memphis, topped 1,800 anglers to become the first in 14 years to retain his title on Riverside Park Lake. His winning three-day...
November 16, 1964
Mrs. John S. Haskell, 50, of Titusville, Pa., the president of the Pennsylvania State Women's Golf Association, shot a 54-hole total of 245 (80-81-84) to win the North and South Women's Senior amateur tournament by...
May 17, 1965 | Joe Jares
Hordes of Californians left the beaches to go to Omaha, where they dominated the national volleyball championship and proved they can play like Russians do
October 04, 1965
Kim Michelle Pearson, 10, daughter of Angel Outfielder Albie Pearson, made the Junior All-America swim team by tying the National Junior Olympic record for the 50-meter breaststroke (41.7) and winning the 50-yard...
December 20, 1965
Susie Resseguie, a North Carolina State sophomore, set two meet records in her first collegiate competition—the Women's Intercollegiate Swimming Meet in Kent, Ohio—with a 56.8 in the 100-yard freestyle and a 2:23.1...