September 15, 1968

Shopwalk
Yesterday
Booktalk
Forest Hills
ARTHUR ALL THE WAY
The first U.S. Open Tennis Championships at Forest Hills were disastrous for the professionals, but for the winner, America's Arthur Ashe, they proved that he has finally become one of the world's best players
REBUTTAL TO A SEARING ATTACK
Two weeks ago Leo Fraser, secretary of the PGA, added to the friction between his organization and the touring pros by making a bitter personal assault on the author. What follows is a reply to those charges
In This Corner
'AND IN THIS CORNER...NCR 315'
The question is not so much what promotion maestro Murry Woroner started when he turned computerized boxers into the best-selling radio show in years, but rather: where is it all going to end?
Pro Football 1968
CAPITOL DIVISION
The Cowboys will be hard to beat, with a close race for second between the Giants, Redskins and Eagles
CENTURY DIVISION
The Browns should win almost by default, but the Steelers could be the best long-shot bet in the entire NFL
CENTRAL DIVISION
Improvement among the Lions, Bears and Vikings should make things tougher for the Packers, but not much
COASTAL DIVISION
The Rams and Colts will put on another high-level, one-two battle, with the 49ers a respectable third
WESTERN DIVISION
The Raiders are again the class of the West, but the ever-dangerous Chiefs could make a good run for it
EASTERN DIVISION
The Oilers finished fast to win last year but this year should pull away at the start from the Jets and Bills
People
Boxing
Defense of a dubious title
Jimmy Ellis, the man nobody believes in, fights Floyd Patterson, the man everyone thinks is through, the winner's prize being a new image
Design For Sport
Swimming
Dandy Don
A COWBOY NAMED DANDY DON
Don Meredith, the colorful Dallas quarterback, is dedicated to leading his team to the NFL championship and to having a good time at the next party—not necessarily in that order
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments