Senator Bailey on Reform: Distinguished Politician Tells Kentuckians His Idea of Anti-Racing News Bill, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-08


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— __«. ■■ . j SENATOR BAILEY ON REFORM I Distinguished Politician Tells Kentuckians His j 1 Idea of Anti-Racing News Bill. I Itunng hi* rcccal rhiit to Kentucky to ■-•■• hla haraea ia training foraaer Lnlted Ktatc« Kenatoi i Io«epii ". Bailex aiei a delegation of K»atuckjr j brcedcra. wlikk thanked him f • Ills Waabingtoa | s oi-pi h against the aatl-rac«ng aewa bill n.v. i the Inii-l State* Senate judieiarj i-oaaaiittee: j Mr. Italic aald lo lita ; :"~ "i had ao iatca-t j tea af making ai.; raaark* whea the nroimaeat af tbe bill were betas heard. Bat thane men of 1 tie pulpit said s. manr things with which 1 disagreed thai I though: it alout tiaw to re naiad tbe men who coaaptiae tbe coaaaaittee af tbe Jadklary that the qaeatlaa of liattiag oa horse race* is a ■tatter of regalatiea ap and within tbe state, and that it is not a aaatter of federal legistatioa "Aft-rwiinl m f Um achera expresaed aar- aaiae and regret that I ahoald "nave spoken "oa the sid- of the race track gaaabier ." wTtereunon 1 t-il l hba that I breed aad ratoe harm a aad aape lo tontiuue to do so l"r a long time: thai I did not regard betting aa ; ■• haraea ;e being ■ sn. I told hba thai I eouM are ao sin ia doing a-one- plea sea with tins owa mom;. Bai he -■in think of tbe Tuaaa aaea who are iaflaeaeeal by th - :a araea tojaaaable, and tbiak af the defalcatioaa thai coaae Iroai noch gimbiing.* •-l told irm that I believed thai Bach atateaaeata were greatly exaggerated, aad I farther told hba thai about M nerceal of the bank taahicra Miat I liave heard of beeaaaiag defaaltcra bad I i Sunday aebaal aaverfarteadeata, and that I had not vi anted to lu-e th- Sunday acheola becaaae of their defalcatioaa I told him further thai I waadd g to ebatcb more freajaeatljr and eel more like aap-|iw tlaaj tli" 1 1. iii h if tin- preaebcra woald stay out of polities and derate more thought to affairs of the pulpit. "If I am abb- to be in Wa-iiington -lanuavy 10. I purpose to address thp lonunittee on tin- snbjcet of curtailment of the liberti-s of the peaaate. Ta «h ny out- tie- righl io a«e in his morning tiaper the irtlds at arhich Ui 4 haraea atarted in a iior-i- ra ■ • i : aa aaore ;:■- il thaa la deap aae the right to aee in that si i- mora ag paper tin- paiee at which shares he nwaa caaald bare beea sold the previous day. And Bpeaktog of shares brings the reflertion that a mltliea dollara i- gambh-d on stork a hue a thoii-and ia gamiib-ii on harae raeea. We waat in this* eouu.iy leva iaterfereace artth our liberties."

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