Education: The Price Was Right

"I knew what I was doing was wrong," said the star basketball player. But he did it anyway. In return for shaving points in four recent games, charged New York City's District Attorney Frank S. Hogan last week, New York University's Ray Paprocky, 23, took $1,300 from gamblers. He was not alone, said Hogan. Accused of accepting similar bribes were four former players at New York's St. John's University and New Jersey's Seton Hall University. They were only the latest bad sports in a nationwide basketball scandal, first revealed in March, that now involves 28 players and 17 campuses, from the...

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