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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
BASEBALL—Franchises were awarded by the National League to SAN DIEGO and MONTREAL. Both will commence to play next season, the West Coast club in a new 45,000-seat park, the Canadian team in Autostade (Expo Stadium),...
June 24, 1968
BASEBALL—The deadline for trading came and went—and so did a total of 17 players. Pitchers MILT PAPPAS, 29, and TED DAVIDSON, 28, and In-fielder BOB JOHNSON, 32, were shipped by Cincinnati to Atlanta for Pitchers...
August 19, 1968
BOATING—Offshore Powerboat Champion DON ARONOW of Miami piloted his 27-foot Maltese Magnum to the 180-mile Hennessy Cup. He completed the distance in 3:16:02 off Long Beach, Calif.
September 02, 1968 | Mark Mulvoy
He is only 20, but sensational Boston Bruin Defenseman Bobby Orr, backed by an astute Ontario attorney, has turned the hidebound National Hockey League inside out. Even old stars are making a decent living wage