In Douglas

Old dishonors are unpleasant to think about; they have an odor in the memory like the faintly sour stench that rises from a trunkful of athletic gear that has been shut up a long time. But everyone remembers, if reluctantly, the baseball scandal of 1919, when certain players of the Chicago "Black Sox" were found with big wads of money under their pillows which a gambler had paid them to "throw" the World's Series. The gambler is now a respected Realtor, but those players — athletes, as...

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