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July 05, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
With tactical cunning and a brilliant burst of speed, 18-year-old Jim Ryun beat the great Peter Snell in a 3:55.3 mile. Earlier another young American, Gerry Lindgren, helped demolish a world mark
June 28, 1965
BILLIARDS—HAROLD WORST, 36, a cue manufacturer from Grand Rapids, won the all-round title at the $30,000 Las Vegas Open plus $4,350 in prize money. Worst also took the one-pocket division of the tournament. IRVING...
June 21, 1965 | John Underwood
June 21, 1965
BASEBALL—ARIZONA STATE defeated Ohio State 2-1 in the finals of the College World Series in Omaha to win the national title. The Sun Devils—53-8 for the season, an NCAA record for victories—got their runs when Rick...
June 14, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
Challenged as seldom before, New Zealand's Peter Snell persevered to take the mile from a determined field in Los Angeles as Australia's Ron Clarke, running alone most of the way, paced himself to two world records