Sport: World's Series

Scandal. A most disagreeable odor assailed the nostrils of sportdom. It was an odor reminiscent of one that arose in 1919 when some Chicago American League baseball players were convicted of receiving bribes for "throwing" their World's Series with Cincinnati. Investigation showed the cause of the new nuisance to lie with certain members of the New York National League baseball team. Officials were quick to air matters and eject two contaminated persons. Sportdom's olfactories had relief, but memory persisted.

First Game. The Washington populace, uproarious over its first World's Series, was polite...

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