?Nate Dolin, a vice-president of the Cleveland
Indians, trying to find a happy note in the sagging attendance (down more than
100,000 from 1960) at Indian home games at Municipal Stadium: "Children's
sales are 2% higher than they have ever been."
? John Bridgers, Baylor University football coach:
"We're a Baptist school, and in football we strive for the same spirit as
the three Baptists who were shipwrecked on a deserted island and immediately
set a Sunday school attendance goal of four."
? Johnny Logan, former shortstop for the Milwaukee
Braves, on being traded recently to the Pittsburgh Pirates: "That Dressen
[ Milwaukee's manager] is a real capable man, but I have not had a conversation
with him in the last two years and they tell me he's a great
?After Cotton Davidson and Max Boydston of the
American Football League's Dallas Texans defeated Mike Falls and Jerry Tubbs of
the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys in a cow-milking contest, Falls
turned to Tubbs and said: "Well, Jerry, we did it again—lost."