Sport: World Series, Oct. 16, 1933

The world championship won by the New York Giants from the Washington Senators last week was their first since 1922 when they beat the New York Yankees. Attendance was smallest in 15 years. From a total gate of $679,000 the players on both teams got $284,000, divided 60-40 between winners and losers. Each Giant player collected about $4,600, each Senator about $3.400. Manager William ("Memphis Bill") Terry got a five-year contract as player-manager at a rumored salary of $40,000 a year.

First Game. Betting odds for the series were 10-to-7 against the Giants,...

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