?RSVP to the U.S.S.R.
AAU officials in Melbourne accepted a Russian invitation for American athletes
to compete in a huge track meet in Moscow next July. A home-and-home
arrangement would bring Russians to U.S. ( Los Angeles or New York) in 1958.
Chief condition: removal of requirement that visitors to U.S. be
?Off and On Again, but Not Gone Again
Switzerland, reconsidering its withdrawal from Olympics, could find no air
transport left for team of 65. Swiss appeal for a U.S. Air Force airlift seemed
unlikely to succeed since the U.S.'s own Olympians had to raise their own
funds, pay fares on commercial planes.
?Cheer in Seattle, Gloom In Detroit
The racing commission of the American Power Boat Association held a second
hearing and voted a second time for Seattle's Miss Thriftway as winner over
Detroit's Miss Pepsi in the bitterly disputed 1956 Gold Cup race. A motion is
still before Michigan courts to call the whole race "no contest."
Public notice in the New York Heraid Tribune following Yale's 42-20 victory
over Princeton last Saturday; reprinted in its entirety.