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June 03, 1968
BOWLING—JIM STEFANICH of Joliet, Ill. beat Billy Hardwick of Louisville 208-211, 226-225, 246-180, 233-216 to win the PBA $65,000 All-Star championship in Garden City, N.Y. Overall, Stefanich had a three-day average...
June 10, 1968 | Tom C. Brody
It will come as a disappointment to those who keep lists of sports' all-time losers to learn that the U.S. Davis Cup team is not likely to be a candidate this year. In fact, there is a very good chance that the team...
July 15, 1968 | Kim Chapin
Despite horrid weather that lessened the crowds, the first Wimbledon allowing professionals and amateurs to play each other was a success and proved that while two pros are the champs, all pros are not
August 05, 1968 | Roy Blount Jr.
For Clark Graebner, a paper company executive, a more relaxed mien and a steel racket have made his last year of full-time tennis his best
August 26, 1968 | Kim Chapin
The main reasons for the considerable charm and appeal Davis Cup play holds for people, whether or not they are outright tennis fans, are that the competition is sufficiently old (the first Challenge Round was held...