? Woody Hayes, Ohio State football coach, on his third visit to Vietnam to entertain the troops: "I came out here for one reason. I like to meet you better than some of the people back on the Ohio State campus."
? Mayo Smith, Tiger manager, on the effect of the nine-month Detroit newspaper strike on his ball club: "When we have player meetings now we sit around and interview one another, so when the writers come back we won't be out of practice."
? Joe Kuharich, Philadelphia Eagle coach, on his son signing with the Minnesota Vikings: "I wanted him to go where he'd get better coaching."
?Willy Miranda, third baseman for the White Sox in the 1950s and a fine example of the good-field, no-hit player, on today's batting averages: "There are a lot of Mirandas playing every day now—hitting .170 to .180. And they've got guts enough to put on golf gloves when they go to bat. How's a guy gonna get blisters hitting .180?"