49—Walter Iooss Jr.
51, 54, 55 (top)—Curt Gunther-Roy Cummings
52, 53, 55 (bottom)—Tony Triolo
56-58—Walter Iooss Jr.
60-61—Walter Iooss Jr.
65-72—insignia by Don Moss
79—UPI (2), AP
81—UPI, Daily News
89—London Mirror—Gilloon, Washington State University
100—map by William Bernstein
133—Rex Combs, Bob Olen, Jerry Dempnock Associates
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April 17, 1967
Never before have baseball fans in the various towns in the major leagues had so much to hope for as the season began or so much to argue about. A month of midwinter madness shuffled nearly a score of stars and near-stars from club to club and league to league
- PEOPLE 89
- By Tom C. Brody
Jimmy Jacobs, perennial king of four-wall singles, picked the wrong time to abdicate. While he eased to a doubles win, two brilliant newcomers, battling as fiercely as only he had in the past, usurped his crown