?Protective Tariffs for Sport?
Olympic Champion Toni Sailer will be in Aspen next month for the U.S. Ski
Championships—but only as a spectator. Reason: in a sport riddled with the
equivalent of protective tariffs, Austrian and American ski fathers have not
yet reached a reciprocity agreement allowing nationals of one country to
compete in the championships of the other.
?Football TV & the Status Quo
Unmoved by various state legislatures ( Ohio, Indiana) stumping for open
television of college football games—or by a Big Ten proposal for no controls
other than a three-appearance limit—the NCAA asks its 473 member schools this
week to approve a 1957 plan that should be fundamentally the same as last
? Le Mans in a Pinch
The Sebring ( Fla.) 12-hour event March 23 may be the biggest thing in
automobile racing this year. Europeans, fearing the Le Mans 24-hour race won't
take place this year because of the pinch on gasoline, are sending top entries
? Wyoming in a Precedent
Wyoming University may have set a defense precedent against contract-jumping
football coaches. Caught in the switch before, Wyoming put a
"withholding" clause in the 3-year contract of its new coach Bob
Daveney. A portion of his salary will be withheld each month. If he jumps, he
forfeits the amount withheld.