? Milwaukee Hopes
Despite recent unpleasantness, Milwaukee is going confidently ahead with plans for a civic celebration of its first Brave pennant. Items: Lake-front fireworks on clinch night, parades when the Braves leave for the first Series game and when they return. Coming out of mothballs are the street decorations left over from the last time the pennant looked like a cinch.
? New York Plans Ahead
So far, the newest Yankee, Old Sal Maglie, has been of only minor use to the Yankees in their stretch drive, but his major usefulness lies ahead—he brings the Yankees a profound knowledge of Milwaukee batters.
?The USLTA Holds On
After a special committee recommended approval of an open pro-amateur tournament (and urged that it be carefully thought over) the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association hastily vetoed it. The committee found overwhelming public sentiment in favor of an Open, but a majority of the tennis fathers saw it as a dangerous and subversive idea.
?Trapping the President
Vacationing President Eisenhower took one look at the trap-pocked (132 of them) Newport Country Club and groaned. His best hole was the par-5 first, which he shot in four. After that: "Let's not talk about it."