Few areas of sport are subject to more dissension than All-America selections and attempts to decide which football team is No. 1. So then the UPI All-America listed Tommy Wade, Alabama defensive back, as worthy of honorable mention. Because of a broken leg sustained in preseason practice, Wade missed the entire season. His only appearance on the field was to carry the sideline chain during practice.
Walking out to his first-base position one day last week, Lee Morrison, 83, succumbed to a heart attack. He had batted .574 for the St. Petersburg ( Fla.) Kids and Kubs last year and during the 1967 season hit 15 home runs. Prime qualification for making the team: be 75 years old or older.
Now, when a visiting hockey official calls a decision against Cornell's Big Red team, Cornell students register disapproval with a new cheer. It goes like this:
"Elevator, elevator. We got the shaft."