? Truman Gibson of the IBC, replying in a Chicago TV interview to a question on who started the IBC anyhow: "Well, it's the sort of a thing that grew like Topsy...I don't think any one person could take the credit."
? Governor Averell Harriman, New York's skiing governor, after a power failure left him hanging for half an hour high on a chair lift above the new White-face Mountain ski area he was about to dedicate: "If anything goes wrong the first day, it's always a good practice to blame the governor."
? Ron Delany, commenting on why he runs the mile to win, not necessarily for the record: "It's not that I don't want to run faster. The fact is, I'm just another lazy Irishman."
?Nathan M. Pusey, president of Harvard University, after pointing to Harvard's more-than-decent over-all record in Ivy League competition: "I recognize, however, that for some this good record may not completely compensate for the sting of particular losses."