Wasn't that an old 1952 Ferrari vrooming past the Casino at Monaco? It was, indeed. Moviemakers are doing a documentary on the life and times of Juan Manuel Fangio, who drove 'em wild in the '50s when he was winning the world championship five times. And who was that at the wheel? It was Fangio himself, almost as fast and every bit as glamorous—at 59 years old.
The traditional Quorn Hunt was at it again (they have been at it since 1698), galloping all around Leicestershire in full cry. Then—tallyho: down went Mrs. Mimi Van Cutsem (a broken right ankle), to be followed by Mrs. Ulrica Murray-Smith (damaged vertebrae), Mrs. Nancy Weller-Poley (more damaged vertebrae) and Mrs. Anne Elton (brace of cracked ribs). A very bad show. As Honorary Hunt Secretary Jonathan Inglesant observed gloomily, "We didn't catch a fox all day."
In 1965 the Packers beat the Colts three times, remember? In 1966 they beat the Colts twice. Then, in 1967, Green Bay let Center Bill Curry go to New Orleans, whence he was picked up by Baltimore. And the Colts have beaten the Packers in their last four meetings. So here comes the moral: the score is now Packers 5, Colts 4. But Bill Curry wins 'em all.