Scoreboard: Who Won Sep. 18, 1964

» U.C.L.A.: An upset 17-12 victory over Eastern powerhouse Pittsburgh (ranked No. 4 in 1963) in the season's first big college football game, at Pittsburgh. Sparked by Quarterback Larry Zeno, who passed for two touchdowns, kicked a field goal and two extra points, the underdog (by 14 points) Bruins built up a 17-6 half-time lead, intercepted two passes and recovered three fumbles to stall Pitt's flashy offense.

» Roman Brother: the $144,820 New Hampshire Sweepstakes, first sweeps ever run in the U.S., at Rockingham Park. Running dead last, ten lengths behind the leaders in the backstretch, Financier Louis Wolfson's tiny...

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