Scoreboard: Who Won may 22, 1964

> Harvard's crew: the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges sprint championships, by a length, at Lake Quinsigamond, Mass. Despite choppy water and a 15-knot headwind, the unbeaten Crimson crewmen stuck to their shovel-like smooth-water oars, leaped into the lead at the start of the 2,000-meter race, and held on to edge Cornell, chalk up their fourth straight victory, and establish themselves as a top candidate to represent the U.S. at next autumn's Olympics in Tokyo.

>Britain's Graham Hill, 35: the Grand Prix of Monaco, first race counting toward the world driving championship....

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