?Four Fine Days
President Eisenhower, delighted with his first two days of golf at Pebble Beach (SI, Sept. 3), decided to stay on for two more. Ike and his partners picked up once or twice on each round and therefore did not wind up with hard scores, but allowing for what he would have taken, Ike did each round in 90 to 93.
?Tradition for Sale
Belair Stud Farm, the 2,500-acre show place near Bowie, Md. which was Nashua's early home, will soon be offered for sale by the estate of the late William Woodward Jr. Unless another breeder buys it up, historic Belair, founded in 1747, may become another suburban housing development.
?For the Redlegs, Black Ink
Attendance at Cincinnati's Crosley Field passed the one million mark Aug. 31 for the first time in Redleg history, with six home dates still to be played. The Reds celebrated by giving away five automobiles to the five fans who best-guessed the number of paid admissions last Sunday afternoon.
? Louisiana: 67 Nays
Pleading that the state's new segregated-sports law will "doom" the Sugar Bowl and other major sports events, supporters offered the Louisiana legislature a proposal to allow unsegregated sports in cities over 100,000. The lawmakers considered it briefly, tabled it by a vote of 67 to 15.