?No, Yes, Maybe
When the State Department rejected Avery Brundage's application for a Bulgarian visa to attend the International Olympic Committee meeting in September, Avery quickly complained. He pointed out this—plus a failure to admit Red China's team into this country—could easily cost the U.S. the 1960 Winter Olympics.
?Religion of Speed
Donald Campbell, who attacks speed records as devoutly as Mohammedans seek Mecca, exceeded 200 mph in practice at Lake Canandaigua, N.Y. He will try to break his own record (225.36 mph) during the last week of July, aiming for 250 mph.
?No Room at the Park
At the request of Representative Patrick Hillings (R., Calif.) the House Antitrust Subcommittee is seriously considering an investigation of purported "reprisals" against Bob Feller for his recent unfriendly testimony on organized baseball: A baseball clinic, scheduled by Feller at Los Angeles' Wrigley Field, had to be canceled when the Los Angeles Angels summarily refused him the use of their park.
?A New Rose Arrangement
USC has now joined UCLA and the University of California in declaring its independence of the Pacific Coast Conference football regulations regarding recruitment and subsidy of players. With Washington expected to follow suit, it looks like the end of the PCC as a going concern, probably a new Rose Bowl arrangement.