Rosalind Wyman, Los Angeles councilwoman and one of Dodgers' earliest and staunchest boosters, had good reason to grin after voters approved city's deal to put Walter O'Malley and his club into Chavez Ravine.
Archie San Romani JR., 17-year-old Wichita schoolboy who ran 4:18.2 mile in Junior Olympics at Lawrence, Kans., comes by his ability naturally. His dad was nation's top college miler in 1935, ran in '36 Olympics.
Joe Carr, Dublin's mashie-thin but happy haberdasher, drew gasp from rival Alan Thirlwell with 360-yard drive, 60-foot putt for eagle on 30th hole, won 3 and 2 for second British Amateur at St. Andrews.
Maria Bueno, 18, eager Brazilian with bright tennis future, lost to Althea Gibson 6-1, 8-6 in Northern England final at Manchester, but earned praise from rival, who picked her as Wimbledone doubles partner.
Dana Zatopekova, javelin winner in 1952 Olympics and wife of Emil Zatopek, retired Czech track star, has lost none of her spear-throwing skill, got off a toss of 182 feet 10 inches at Prague for new world record.
Carlolson, able coach who lifted Pitt into track prominence and developed John Woodruff and Arnie Sowell into top half-milers, announced his retirement after 26 years. His replacement: Assistant Carl Rees.
Johnny Dawson, 55, onetime amateur star who "prayed that I'd live long enough to make it," made debut in U.S. Seniors' Golf Assn. tournament at Rye, N.Y., put together rounds of 70 and 73 for 143 to win title.