Sport: Ball v. Baseball

Professional baseball is as highly organ-ized an industry as any in the U. S. It has laws of its own and a government to administer them, headed by its own fuzzy-haired Tsar, Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis. Tsar Landis and owners of baseball clubs had good reason last week to sigh a big sigh of relief when they learned that, by withdrawing an action known as "The Bennett Case" from the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. Club-owner Philip De Catesby Ball of the St. Louis "Browns" had spared them the necessity of...

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