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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
July 01, 1968
BOATING—The same boat (Mona Lou III, a 32-foot Maritime inboard) and the same pilot (ODELL LEWIS of St. Cloud, Fla.) won the Bahamas 500 ocean powerboat race for the second year in a row. Odell came in 30 seconds...
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...
September 18, 1967 | Kim Chapin
At Forest Hills last week some big names failed to show, which made winning just a little easier for Billie Jean King and John Newcombe
September 19, 1966 | Frank Deford
Unseeded by the tournament committee at Forest Hills, Fred Stolle led a horde of fellow Diggers up from down under to make a shambles of the nationals and wipe out all five members of the U.S. Davis Cup team