? Golfer Jerry Barber, answering a question as to how he has compensated for his low weight (137 pounds): "I haven't. A good big man can always beat a good little man and they prove it to me every week." The solution? "Draft Palmer, Littler and those other guys and leave the tour to us old guys. The country is in trouble and it needs them."
? Middleweight Champion Gene Fullmer on losing: "There are no good losers—maybe gracious losers, because no one wins 'em all. If there's a good loser in boxing, I'd like to fight him every week."
?Doug Camilli, young Dodger catcher who has been traveling back and forth from majors to minors for two seasons: "In my new contract I'm going to ask-the Dodgers to pay me by the mile."
?Army's former assistant football coach, Johnny Rauch, now at Tulane: "I heard some of the cadets were awfully disappointed when Paul Dietzel arrived at the Point by automobile. They had expected him to walk up the Hudson."
? Cassius Clay, making a rare concession after an unknown puncher knocked him off his feet for a few trifling seconds in a bout in Madison Square Garden: "Every now and then I gotta get hit to realize I'm like other people."