On the whole, the advent of the Dodgers into Los Angeles is working out just fine. A new ball park will have to be built—or the fence in the Coliseum will have to be moved back 50 feet (expensive at $5,000 or more a foot). But the Dodgers are quite clearly a part of Los Angeles and Los Angeles a part of baseball. If the yardstick is Abner Doubleday's, baseball here is less than a smashing success. But baseball is also show business. As such, it must be measured by P. T. Barnum's yardstick also. On that scale, L.A.'s is the greatest show on earth.