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July 12, 1965
GOLF—Overcoming bogeys on two of the first four holes of the final round, CAROL MANN of Tow-son, Md., won the National Women's Open Championship at the Atlantic City (N.J.) Country Club with an even-par 72 and a...
July 19, 1965
ARCHERY—BILL' BEDNAR of Suffield, Ohio rallied from a tie for fourth in the final round to win his second Professional Archers Association national championship in three years in Detroit. In the women's division...
June 21, 1965 | John Underwood
August 15, 1966
BOXING—CASSIUS CLAY barely worked up a sweat as he defended his world heavyweight title by knocking out plodding Englishman Brian London in the third round in London (page 16).
August 04, 1969 | Gwilym S. Brown
Derek Clayton, a draftsman from Melbourne, looks to be too big for the marathon but he ranks with the best. He drives himself so furiously that he runs races in record time, except when he slams into a tree