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THE HIGH AND LOW OF IT THIS SEASON

April 15, 1968
April 15, 1968

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April 15, 1968

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  • In the Western pro playoffs basketball may be all finesse and ballet, but in the East it is muscleball especially when the fearsome giants of Philadelphia and New York (right) and Boston get together

  • With $25,000 waiting for him in bowling's richest tournament, Dave Davis came down to the 10th frame of the last game against Koko Johnson and all that was left was the seven-pin. He never saw it fall

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THE HIGH AND LOW OF IT THIS SEASON

The Cardinals may be an even better ball club than they were in 1967, but the chances that they will run off and hide from the rest of the National League once again are not nearly so good. The reason is that the Reds, Pirates and Giants, in particular, are almost certain to play better ball than they did last year. As for the American League, it simply has to be close once again—no team has established any sort of domination, and Chicago, Detroit and Minnesota may well end up in one of those three-way Sunday night finishes, clawing at one another's throats. For a rundown on the strengths and weaknesses of all 20 major league teams for 1968, please turn the page.

This is an article from the April 15, 1968 issue