Sport: World Series Aftermath

Major incident of the last World Series was the altercation between Umpire George Moriarty and members of the Chicago Cubs, who said that he had abused, humiliated and demoralized them (TIME, Oct. 14). Last week, in Chicago, baseball's Tsar Kenesaw Mountain Landis announced the penalties for such misbehavior: $200 fines against Umpire Moriarty and Baseballers Elwood English, Bill Herman, and Bill Jurges for "vile, unprintable language"; a $200 fine against Cubs' Manager Charles Grimm, for remaining on the field after Umpire Moriarty had ordered him off.


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