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rUEBDAY, JANUARY 4, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY_____ ______

PAUL 3L:VMP!

PITCRSA CCEPTED
PRESENTS FROM SOX
(B~y Associated Press.)
DETROIT, Jan. 3.-Frank Navin,
president. of the Detroit club, believes
money was presented to Detroit pitch-
esr by the White Sox for their work
in defeating the Boston Rced Sox in a
series toward the end of the 1917 sea-
son, which virtually eliminated Boston
from the race that year.E
On Sept. 19, the Tigers beat the Red
Sox in F enway park, Boston, 5 to 2
and 1 to 0. On Sept. 20 aniother dou-.
bleheadter wats scheduled but rain pre-
ventied the second game. Detroit won
the first, 1 to 0.
In a statenment Mr. Navin voiced the'
belief that the Tigers were given
money by the White Sox collectively
for their work against the Red Sox,
who wr not mathematically ousted
from th-e race for the pennant until
the Tigers administered the three de-{
feats.
According to Navin, it was common
during 1911.6 when Detroit was in the'
race for the liecnnant, for officials -of!
the Boston dclb 10 induce pitchers to
pay to "b~ear clown" on D~etroit. It was
considered fair, for the rewards were
for winning. The White Sox, who
were-( in the swne lpositionl in 1917 thatI

of the transactions came, Navin said.
INauss' testimony convinced the com-
missioner that there was no ir egu-
larity in connection with the transac-
tion.
Dauss, Navin said, testified he had
received a reward of a financial na-:
tore from the White Sox bcause he
hadI defeated the Red Sox on the after-

noon of Sept. 19, in the second game
o;' a doubleheader, 1 to 0.
Tormmy Armour, professional at
Washington, l). C., was, winner of the
second1 Annual Long Beach Open Golf

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