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AWPUL ?HSOMLV) VA AS " 'r-' k-m-t-t-e-m) r" ' ' 'if ' By Jeff Hayes TSI sell 7Wi fciaM jgjglg XTO OTHER winter season, no oth-,L1 oth-,L1 er Hot Stove League of Sport, has ever known as much discussion nor has seen as many headlines about gambling and bribery as the present winter. Almost every cure In the book has been suggested without with-out covering much ground. For Example George Preston Mar-shall, Mar-shall, owner of the Washington Red skins, suggests that all racing entries, odds and selections should be transferred trans-ferred to the stock market page, away from the sporting page and that no Odds fir rlMilnna should be carried a football, baseball rVrJ-Ji r basketball L ; , 'NSKf ff-"'l 5 " 2 Atet fiC Grantiand Rice on 0 games, "Racing is legal ized betting" Marshall Mar-shall says, "but it Is a financial proposition entirely, not a sporting proposition. It doesn't belong on a sporting page. In my opinion no one connected with college sport, professsonal football or baseball, in a guiding capacity, should ever be seen at a race track." I can't see much cure in this. Racing has had no part in the scandals scan-dals and bribery talk Involving other sports. Cupid Black, former Yale football star, has a much sounder suggestion "I can see no harm," Black says, "in betting a hat or a reasonable amount with a friend on a football game. Or a fight The trouble comes when you start betting with bookmakers, book-makers, where a long array of even small bets can run Into millions of dollars, which in turn can be used in the wrong way. I happen to love college football every variety of football. No Bets With Bookmakers "I'd like to see everyone who loves football, who believes It Is a great game, refuse to make a bet with any bookmaker or any other professional profes-sional gambler. No one is going to stop the betting on football or any other game. But we can wreck the gambling professionals If we leave them out. This would eliminate the big sums these bookmakers handle. There Is always somebody to bet with, apart from the professional gamblers." This is a sound suggestion. There will always be the cheaper sort of humanity who will still place their bets with the bookies. But the list can be cut down. The stumbling block is human nature, na-ture, the selfishness of what top philosopher has called "the so-called so-called human race." AU through the fading winter, a large part of the headlines on sporting pages have been concerned with stopping the gamblers. If most of those, who feel they have to bet on games will only, bet among themselves and leave the gamblers out, there would be no problems of bribery or crookedness. This will be impossible to stop in racing, since racing is legalized gam. bling or legalized betting in 26 or Eiore states. But football, baseball, oxing and basketball still have their thrills apart from any betting angle. an-gle. Those who happen to like or love these games can solve the problem prob-lem quickly along the lines suggested suggest-ed above. Majority Are Honest There are more than a few kinks In sport, since it is conducted by human beings. But its general aver-age. aver-age. In the way of honesty, is still well above politics, labor unions or what Is known as big business. I don't believe anyone will try to dispute dis-pute this statement The point is that the public at large demands a far higher honesty average from sport than it demands from politics or business or labor nnions. The public expects its sports to be completely clean, not nearly clean. Amateur bettors are not going go-ing to try to fix anything. Only a few professional gamblers will. But these few can wreck a sport if not suppressed in one way or another. The suppressing part Isn't as simple sim-ple as it sounds. But at least a heavy curb can be developed. After Aft-er all the publicity that has covered the sporting pages, any athlete from now on who doesn't report an at tempted bribe is either a completely dumb or a completely dishonest per son. The terrific amount of money that has come into sport was sure to set the chiselers and crooks to work. Whatever happens, the directing heads of every sport will have to redouble any past efforts In the way of vigilance and guardianship. BasebalVs Major Shifts The two major shifts of the year in baseball belong to the game's strongest offensive player and the game's best defensive player. This means Hank Greenberg's shift to the Pirates and Joe Gordon's move from the Yankees to the Cleveland Indians. Indi-ans. 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