PREVIEW: THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
This year the American League is struggling to regain the prestige it so long enjoyed. RED SMITH considers its chances, and ROBERT CREAMER provides a once-over of such highflying machines as the Bronx Bombers and such hedge-skimmers as Baltimore's Orioles. Bubble gum pictures, too.
BOWLING IS OUT OF THE BASEMENT
Some people are still under the misapprehension that bowlers are people whose natural habitat is beneath the sidewalk. Nothing could be further from the truth, as VICTOR KALMAN demonstrates in an article on bowling in the country club, collegiate society and big-money circuits.
PLUS: HERBERT WARREN WIND AT THE MASTERS AND FOUR PAGES OF COLOR ON CUTTING HORSES