Sport: Lobby Lobbying

To traveling baseball men, no place on earth looks so much like home as a hotel lobby. Between games, they gather beneath the potted palms to argue endlessly over the athletic past and to fight out the problems of the future. Last week, between seasons, some 1,500 of them swarmed into Colorado Springs for the first major-minor-league meeting since 1952. But even the most articulate of the tourists expected no more practical results from the official caucuses upstairs than they did from their own lobbying in the lobbies.

To the surprise of all, both...

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