? Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State football coach, an eternal optimist, to an overenthusiastic alumni gathering: "The trouble with you people is that you get carried away by my enthusiasm."
? Bob Scheffing, Detroit manager, after the major leagues voted for another 162-game baseball season: "If the magnates were smart and logical, they would go for a 140-game schedule. They would make more money for themselves; they would have a better pennant race and a finer caliber of baseball."
?Dr. Morris M. Cohn, fish-minded recreationist, on pollution control: "Require every city and industry that is now dumping wastes into streams to take their water from an intake located below their waste outfalls."
? Frank Howard, Clemson coach, on college football players: "They're like tomatoes. When you get them they're green, and you want to bring them along until they're just ripe—you know, firm and ripe. They can't get mushy. Sometimes seniors go to seed."