This time, Barry had a case of his own, that found a way to work Jay into it.
Kill Me, Flash -- Faster....Faster
Barry Allen tries to enjoy bowling with his wife, Iris, and their friend Stacy Conwell (and her friend Chuck Marston), when the bowling ball grows out of control! This spurs Barry on to some Flash action....where he beats the large bowling ball.
Still, he had been dealing with this problem of "impossible happenings" already (as seen in the last issue), and traces it back to its source....a small pyramid in Barry's lab!
Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) also concluded his back ups here in Flash (battling transformed Atom foe, the Plant Master), finally moving back to his own magazine (albeit, one he would share with Green Arrow for a time).
The Mad, Mad Earth Of Abra Kadabra
Barry Allen finds himself trapped in an escape proof cell in the 64th Century, framed for the murder of Abra Kadabra....yet, Abra Kadabra had just pulled off his own escape of his own time, ending up back in the Flash's time...but, wrong Flash!
Flash #170 with Dr. Fate and Dr. Mid-Nite), and thinks this is a trick of Barry's. So, Abra engages Jay's Flash as Barry tries to escape his cell. Barry eventually breaks free and repeats Abra's trick to go try to follow him, as Abra captures Jay. Barry rescues Jay, and the two take down the rogue future magician.
Sadly, these two tales have yet to be reprinted.
Power Girl, until the next JLA/JSA meeting (which involved the Legion of Super-Heroes and their 30th Century future), and the two JLA/JSA team-ups were covered here! Barry and Jay still had a couple of their individual team-ups to go before the Crisis On Infinite Earths!