?Clemson Basketball Coach Press Maravich will give up the fine sophomore-junior squad that went to the Atlantic Coast Conference finals last March to take an assistant's job at North Carolina State. Reason: a clause which says that Maravich will be head coach when Everett Case retires after the 1964-65 season.
?Carry Back, scheduled to run in the Prix de l' Arc de Triomphe in France in October, may not be the only American horse in the race. Art Market, trained by Hirsch Jacobs, has been made eligible, and if he shows good form in the United Nations Handicap at Atlantic City next month—in which he is expected to run—he'll be shipped to Paris.
?Don't expect Stan Musial, currently at the top of the daily listing of the leading hitters in the National League, to win the batting title again this year. The rules say he must have at least 502 appearances at the plate to be eligible for the championship, and to reach that figure Stan would have to abandon his part-time schedule and play every inning of every game from now to the end of the season.
REAL ESTATE NOTE
Most homes near golf courses sell at a premium these days, but Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rutledge, who live in a house right across the street from the Albuquerque Country Club, consider the honor dubious, to say the least. They claim that their house, which they rent, is subject to "constant bombardment" and have filed suit to enjoin club members from knocking golf balls onto their property. Their landlord is suing the club, too. He wants $15,000 for damages to the house and the yard and—oh, the irony of it—for the general devaluation of the property.