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November 22, 1965
Her book is finished—Any Child Can Swim—and now, if a publisher is interested, Eleanor Holm is ready to talk terms. The champagne-imbibing Olympic swimmer of the early '30s is back from an all-bases-covered trip to...
November 15, 1965
BASEBALL—Shozo Doi's run-scoring single in the bottom of the ninth inning of the fifth game of Japan's World Series gave the YOMIURI GIANTS a 3-2 win over the Nankai Hawks and the Series championship 4 games to 1.
November 08, 1965
•Sandy Koufax, Dodger pitching star and a bachelor, recalling that mothers are always trying to marry daughters off to professional men: "If anybody knows a lady doctor, that would make my mother happy."
October 11, 1965
•Dick Sisler, Cincinnati Red manager, on Sandy Koufax's elbow: "If his elbow hurts him, it certainly isn't between the first and ninth innings."
August 02, 1965 | Joe Jares