?Big Point for the Reserve
The new Army order requiring a minimum of six months of active duty for young reservists can be a blessing in disguise for athletes. Draft-eligibles entering the reserve should be able to pick periods of service that would fall in the off-seasons of their sports.
?Chevrolet and the Hay Bales (cont'd)
Look for a special prototype Corvette at the Sebring 12-hour Grand Prix next month—a car that is designed to race with the world's best on an all-out, over-all basis. After that, if all goes well: Le Mans.
? Oxford Switches to Yanks
Rowing coaches at Oxford have adopted American techniques for the traditional race against Cambridge next month. The introduction of lighter riggers, oars with wider blades and reduced body swing (in use here for a generation) brought old-guard grumblings, but Oxford's miserable record—only five victories in the last 25 races against Cambridge—spurred the change.
?Truth in Texas
The man Diogenes was hunting popped up in Austin, Texas when hometown Middleweight Rocky Caballero, after receiving a 10-round decision over Jimmy Martinez of Phoenix, announced: "I didn't like it. I thought it was fairly close but I think Jimmy beat me."