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July 13, 1964
BOATING—DON McNAMARA, 31, sailed BINGO to three firsts and a second in seven races off Newport, R.I. to win the 5.5 skipper's berth for the Tokyo Olympics. With Crewmen Frank Scully and Joe Batchelder, he sailed the...
July 13, 1964 | John Lovesey
Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle, in disfavor down under since February, are back in the Davis Cup picture after a Wimbledon performance that may yet prove the racket to be mightier than the sword
June 29, 1964
BASEBALL—Led by the four-hit pitching of Joe Pollack, a junior right-hander, MINNESOTA overpowered top-ranked Missouri 5-1 for its third NCAA championship in three tries, in Omaha. (The Gophers' other college world...
March 02, 1964 | Frank Deford
Salisbury, Md. has a population of only 16,302, but its huge, airy civic center (above) proved an ideal site for the National Indoor championships, which were won by Chuck McKinley
December 23, 1963 | Ernest Shirley
Australia's own for years, the cup should return here after next week's Challenge Round