This is the jury that heard the case in 1921 against the eight White Sox players accused of throwing the 1919 World Series. It took them only two hours of deliberation on Aug. 2, 1921 to find the players not guilty. Two days later, Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis banned the players for life
October 22, 1924, Dunsmuir, California. A very neat photo of Babe Ruth during a barnstorming tour. I have actually stopped in Dunsmuir several times while on my way to Oregon and that place is TINY. I can only imagine how small it was in the 1920′s? I suppose barnstorming tours would literally play anywhere there was someone to play and money to be made.