Thinking big, i.e., globally, all this could be true. Thinking small, i.e., nationally, it is a bit painful to see U.S. Davis Cup prospects go up in our own smoke.
A FACULTY FOR MISCHIEF
Since prep football rivalries are seldom limited to football alone, imaginative competition in bonfire-burning, statue-redecorating and parade-sabotaging flourishes each fall. It was with confirmed hatred, then, rather than surprise, that students at Eau Claire ( Mich.) High School discovered the name of next week's opponent burned into their football field. A policeman who had given unsuccessful chase was unable to identify the perpetrators, but a student was more observant. He fingered four Eau Claire faculty members, including the principal. Pleading an attempt to fire up their team for the big game, the four confessed. Eau Claire lost the game 66-6, and the student council president is pondering disciplinary action.