Sport: Is Everybody Cheating?

Since last winter's basketball scandals, almost every sport has become fair game for reformers. This week, attacking on four fronts, probers, investigators and plain publicity hounds were sniffing around trying to ferret out some of the more noisome complaints: ¶ The Department of Justice attacked the National Football League's restriction on the telecasting of games. "If this suit is successful," warned a DOJ man, "action will be taken in the cases of all other sporting events." ¶ A congressional committee, picking up where it left off last summer, called more witnesses in its investigation of monopoly in baseball. Main targets: 1)...

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