? Billy Graham, evangelist, on the Lord's role in sports: "I don't think there is anything wrong with a man who wants to give credit to the Lord, but I don't think the team with the most Christians on it is necessarily going to win. The Lord may be helping their characters and souls, but I don't think he's any more for the Dodgers than he is for the Braves. More than being concerned with who's going to win the Super Bowl, I feel the Lord is probably more concerned that they might find a day other than Sunday to play it on."
? Jack Grout, golf pro whose pupils included Jack Nicklaus: "In my 62 years, I have seen only two golfers stand too close to the ball. Most golfers stand too far away and throw themselves off balance reaching out as they swing."
? Bill Veeck, freelance commentator on sport: " Little League is a disaster. It exists for parents who are trying vicariously to recover an ability of their own that never really existed."