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The fault lies not with the Cincinnatians, who were only more clever and diligent than the fans of other cities, but with the Commissioner's office which first gives its blessing to this voting system and then allows the miscarriage in the voting to stand.
TAKE IT AWAY
The day the selections were announced was Black Friday in baseball.
A TOOT FROM CINCINNATI
THE CASE FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT ATHLETE
Mr. Brundage asks a question; he deserves an answer. So do the American people and our foreign friends in other lands who have played hosts to our great athletes while on goodwill tours abroad.
The American public, through Congress, gave the State Department a mandate: to conduct an educational exchange program with the free countries of the world so that we may all come to know each other better. Within this program we exchange teachers, students, scholars and national leaders. In presenting abroad the various facets of our country's life we have elected not to exclude the sports area, for to do so would result in a distorted picture of our country, where sports are so much a part of our way of life. It is within the framework of this exchange program that outstanding American athletes have gone to other countries.