?Go and Give
It is National Football Week and college football audiences across the U.S. this Saturday get a chance to contribute to a good and worthy cause: erection of the Football Hall of Fame at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J. (TV watchers can contribute by mail; same address.)
?A Look at the Silver Lining
Minor League attendance flagged again this year, dropping one-and-a-half million to 15,496,684. But Minor League President George M. Trautman was not dismayed. He pointed out that despite "frightful weather during the early season" eight of the 28 leagues showed increases.
?Bad Break for the Tar Heels
Frank McGuire, coach of North Carolina's national basketball champions, has a touch of the miseries. Joe Quigg, his fine, 6-foot 9-inch center, broke his leg in an intrasquad scrimmage and will be out for the season. But McGuire has a replacement: a 6-foot 7-inch sophomore named Lee Shaffer.
?Save Your Romanov Music
Before a soccer game last week between the Lancashire borough of Bolton and a touring Russian army team, the Soviet side stood at perfect attention as an absent-minded British band played a Russian national anthem exactly 40 years out of date: God save the Tsar.