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Double Bay Storage Cupboard - 861mm High
Double Bay Storage Cupboard - 861mm High
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Width 690mm
Depth 480mm
Height 861mm
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  • These fantastic units offer very flexible storage options. All units are available as static or mobile and can come with optional locks.
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    п»ї11 shocking game show scandals.
    When it was revealed that the hugely popular 1950s quiz show “Twenty One” was rigged, it changed television game shows in the United States permanently. Congress passed amendments to the Communications Act of 1934, the game show genre lay dormant for decades and Robert Redford made a little film documenting the whole sordid affair. “Twenty One” may have been the first game show scandal, but it was certainly far from the last.
    1. “Press Your Luck”–at cheating!
    Michael Larson really pressed his luck in 1984 when he studied the not-so-random patterns on the “Press Your Luck” game board and won (some say cheated) on the CBS game show. Using the pause button on his VCR, Larson figured out exactly when to hit the buzzer to win the biggest prizes on the 18-square “Big Board.” The out-of-work ice cream truck driver managed to play the game 35 times in a row without ever hitting the dreaded “whammy” before producers finally figured out the ruse. At first CBS refused to pay Landon his winnings, but execs reluctantly relented and awarded him over $110,000 in cash and prizes.
    2. “Wheel of Fortune” hates Dixie?
    “Wheel of Fortune” contestants have made many cringe-worthy mistakes over the course of its almost 40-year history (most recently poor Julian Batts mispronouncing “Achilles”), but when Renee Durette was disqualified for pronouncing "Seven Swans A-Swimming" in her native Southern twang and lost $3,850, the Internet cried “Foul!” Despite the protest from fans on Twitter, “Wheel” producers stood firm on their ruling, insisting that her answer violated the rules because it was spoken in vernacular. "That's kind of how I speak, you know, being from Florida,” the disgruntled contestant told ABC News. “I asked for the 'G' so I knew it was there.”
    3. “Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?” Good question…
    Long before marriage-minded shows like “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” became primetime staples, Fox pioneered the genre with a game show, of sorts, in which 50 women competed to win the hand of an unseen multimillionaire on live TV. Many viewers were outraged by the show’s premise, but that didn’t stop 23 million people from tuning in to watch self-described “wealthy businessman” Rick Rockwell wed emergency room nurse Darva Conger in a civil ceremony. After it was exposed that Rockwell’s main asset was a 1200 sq. ft. house with a broken toilet in the backyard, the marriage was quickly annulled, and Conger–almost as quickly–disrobed for Playboy.
    4. “Are You Hot?” or not…
    The newly wed couple, Darva Conger and Rick Rockwell, pose for their first photo as husband and wife in this photo taken February 15 on 'Who Wants To Marry A Multi-Millionaire?' The controversial show drew a large audience. - RTXJK5C (Reuters)
    5. Bob Barker’s bad romance on “The Price is Right”
    Bob Barker, longtime host of “The Price is Right” had a few disgruntled beauties on his hands in the early ‘90s. Model Dian Parkinson sued Barker for sexual harassment, while he insisted that their affair was consensual–if brief. “There was very little sex, actually,” Barker confessed to Larry King, not long after Parkinson dropped the suit. Barker had less kind words for model Holly Hallstrom, who had sued Barker for wrongful termination after a weight gain. Barker waved off Hallstrom’s claims, which were eventually settled out of court. “If we were going to fire Holly for being overweight, we would have fired her years ago,” he sniffed.
    6. “The Gong Show’s” disgruntled goodbye.
    Chuck Barris, who created both “The Dating Game” and “Newlywed Game” also hosted “The Gong Show,” a wild and wooly amateur talent contest, which could only nominally be called a game show. NBC, whose execs reportedly never quite got the humor of the show, cancelled “The Gong Show” after a four-year run in 1980. To show his displeasure with the network’s decision, Barris appeared on the final show as a contestant instead of host, where he sang the classic disgruntled worker anthem, "Take This Job and Shove It.” Barris signed off with a middle finger to the camera, which NBC chose to censor with a giant “OOPS!” sign.
    7. “Pictionary” pulls no punches.
    Pictionary was one of the more mild-mannered game shows of the 1990s, with contestants guessing words and phrases based on drawings. But comedian Bill Maher may have gotten more than he bargained for when he appeared on the show with “CHiPs” star Erik Estrada in 1997. Thrilled that he was able to figure out that a drawing represented the phrase "tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree,” Estrada punched his fist in celebration, which accidentally hit Maher square on the nose. After the show returned from commercial, Maher was holding a compress against his face and had a guess ready for the next picture: Brain damage.
    8. Dirty minded “Newlywed Game”
    There was always plenty of sexual innuendo–or should we say, “whoopee” innuendo–on the ‘70s sleaze-fest “The Newlywed Game.” Host Bob Eubanks achieved some degree of infamy after telling a tasteless AIDS joke in Michael Moore’s documentary “Roger and Me,” but had an even more notorious segment on his game show. Eubanks was hoping for a risqué response when he asked a contestant what was the “weirdest place” his wife got the urge to make “whoopee,” but it’s safe to say that Eubanks wasn’t expecting the answer he got. While the contestant’s answer is too raunchy to publish here, it actually made it on the air (although, it helps if you can lip-read).
    9. “Match Game” slip.
    Young, comely–and frequently braless–women were always cast as contestants on “The Match Game,” the mildly suggestive ‘70s fill-in-the blank-contest, but one particular contestant got host Gene Rayburn so worked up, he made a Freudian slip that he never quite lived down. Rayburn intended to compliment Karen Lesko on her “pretty dimples,” but misspoke and revealed what was actually on his filthy, filthy mind. Lesko was mortified. She giggled nervously and looked down at the floor in embarrassment. After Rayburn composed himself, he took care to enunciate very, very carefully, “This lady has very pretty dimples in her cheeks.”
    This combination photo shows Bill Maher in Hollywood, California, February 22, 2009 and Donald Trump in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 19, 2012. Trump, the famously outspoken real estate magnate has sued famously outspoken television host Bill Maher, demanding the $5 million Maher offered to give to charity if Trump could prove his father is not an orangutan. But legal experts say Trump is unlikely to get a dime from Maher, the host of the HBO series Real Time With Bill Maher, because his offer was clearly made in jest. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Steve Marcus/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA LAW SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTR3DOS4 (Reuters)
    10. “Super Password” stars super fugitive.
    “Patrick Quinn” won a whopping $58,000 on “Super Password” in 1988, but his fortune was short lived. “Patrick Quinn” was actually Kerry Dee Ketchum, a fugitive wanted in three states. A viewer recognized him, and tipped off the authorities. Ketchum was arrested when he showed up to claim his prize money. “A lot of times, because I'm friendly and easy to get along with, people think I'm conning them," explained Ketchum after his arrest. "That's one of the reasons I went on the game show–to use my own intellect for something other than bad." Ketchum was sentenced to five years in prison for faking his wife's death to collect on a $100,000 insurance policy.
    11. Killer “Dating Game”
    Going on a game show isn’t necessarily the best way to find true love (just ask Vienna Girardi from “The Bachelor”), but at least you’re not going to be dating a serial killer. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case for Cheryl Bradshaw, a contestant on the 1970s incarnation of “The Dating Game.” She won a “date” with convicted rapist and registered sex offender, Rodney James Alcala. Host Jim Lange introduced Alcala as a “successful photographer who got his start when his father found him in the darkroom at the age of 13, fully developed.” Thankfully, Bradshaw refused to go out with Alcala, calling him “creepy.” Alcala is now on death row in California for his conviction on five murders counts.


    The Black Sox Baseball Scandal.
    Just how the “Big Fix” of 1919 played out remains a subject of considerable debate among baseball historians. Accounts differ, but the scheme may have first materialized a few weeks before the World Series, when White Sox first baseman C. Arnold “Chick” Gandil and a gambler named Joseph “Sport” Sullivan met to discuss the possibility of Sox players throwing the championship. Gamblers had long been greasing the palms of disgruntled ballplayers in exchange for inside tips, but attempting to rig an entire World Series was a rare and perhaps even unprecedented proposition. Gandil later claimed he was initially skeptical that it could work, but he eventually agreed that he and a few co-conspirators would throw the series in exchange for a hefty payout of around $100,000. He soon enlisted White Sox pitchers Eddie Cicotte and Claude “Lefty” Williams, shortstop Charles “Swede” Risberg and outfielder Oscar “Happy” Felsch into the scheme. Third baseman Buck Weaver was in on the early stages of the plot before pulling out, and utility infielder Fred McMullin was cut in after he overheard the players talking about the deal. Power hitter “Shoeless” Joe Jackson was also approached.
    As Gandil recruited his conspirators, Sullivan and a tangled web of crooks that may have included “Sleepy” Bill Burns, Bill Maharg and Abe Attell began raising the bribe money. New York mob leader Arnold Rothstein may have been a major player, but his involvement has never been proven, and evidence suggests that Gandil and his co-conspirators may have hatched multiple deals with different syndicates. “They not only sold [the series]” Abe Attell later claimed, “but they sold it wherever they could get a buck.” Bookies had previously had the Sox winning the World Series over the underdog Cincinnati Reds by as much as three-to-one, but the odds shifted after those in the know began betting heaps of cash on the Reds. As the championship drew near, the streets buzzed with rumors that several White Sox players were in the pocket of high stakes gamblers.
    Suspicions that the championship was “in the bag” only increased after the White Sox and the Reds met on October 1 for the first game of what was then a best-of-nine World Series. After hitting a batter with one of his first pitches—supposedly a signal that the fix was on—Eddie Cicotte went on to make a series of uncharacteristic blunders from the mound. Chicago lost the game 9-1, leading the New York Times to marvel, “Never before in the history of America’s biggest baseball spectacle has a pennant-winning club received such a disastrous drubbing in an opening game…” The faulty play continued in game two, when Sox pitcher Lefty Williams gifted the Reds a 4-2 win after walking three batters in a row.
    The White Sox continued losing over the next few games, and by October 6, the series stood at 4-1 in favor the Reds. Everything was proceeding as planned, yet according to later accounts, many of the crooked Sox players had begun to grow restless. They had purportedly arranged to receive their bribes in five $20,000 installments—one after each loss—but the gamblers had failed to deliver the full amount. After game five, the furious ballplayers supposedly called off the fix once and for all and resolved to play to win for the rest of the series. Over the next two games, the Sox sprang to life, winning 5-4 and 4-1 and putting themselves back in the race for the championship. Backing out of a deal with gangsters proved difficult, however, and several of the players later hinted at having received threats against their families. Whether because of intimidation or merely an unexpectedly strong opposition, the Sox went on to lose game eight to the Reds 10-5, giving Cincinnati their first ever World Series win.
    The eight White Sox players implicated in the scandal.
    Rumors of a fix continued to persist in the months after the championship defeat. Leading the charge was sportswriter Hugh Fullerton, who investigated the 1919 series and later wrote a famous article for the New York Evening World titled “Is Big League Baseball Being Run for Gamblers, With Players in the Deal?” Chicago White Sox owner Charles Comiskey was quick to shrug off any reports of impropriety, saying, “I believe my boys fought the battles of the recent World Series on the level.” Despite his claims to the contrary, evidence would later show that Comiskey had been tipped off about a possible fix early in the series and may have attempted to bury the story to protect his business interests.
    Baseball’s leading figures appeared content to let the 1919 World Series go unexamined, and it largely did until August 31, 1920, when evidence surfaced that gamblers had rigged a regular season game between the Cubs and the Phillies. A grand jury convened to investigate, and speculation soon turned to the previous year’s World Series. Around that same time, gambler Bill Maharg went public with an account of his own involvement in the fix. As the accusations mounted, Eddie Cicotte decided to testify before the grand jury. During a tearful mea culpa, the pitcher admitted involvement in the scandal, saying, “I don’t know why I did it…I needed the money. I had the wife and kids.” Shortly afterwards, star hitter “Shoeless” Joe Jackson testified and admitted to having accepted $5,000 from his teammates. Over the next few days, Lefty Williams and Oscar Felsch also confessed their involvement.
    In October 1920, Gandil, Cicotte, Williams, Risberg, Felsch, McMullin, Weaver and Jackson—now dubbed the “Black Sox”—were indicted on nine counts of conspiracy. While they were lambasted in the media for “selling out baseball,” the players coasted through their June 1921 trial after all the paper records relating to their grand jury confessions vanished under mysterious circumstances. Many now believe that Comiskey and gambling kingpin Arnold Rothstein arranged for the papers to be stolen as part of a cover up. Whatever the cause, the prosecution’s case disappeared along with the confessions. On August 2, 1921, the Black Sox were found not guilty on all counts.


    11 shocking game show scandals.
    When it was revealed that the hugely popular 1950s quiz show “Twenty One” was rigged, it changed television game shows in the United States permanently. Congress passed amendments to the Communications Act of 1934, the game show genre lay dormant for decades and Robert Redford made a little film documenting the whole sordid affair. “Twenty One” may have been the first game show scandal, but it was certainly far from the last.
    1. “Press Your Luck”–at cheating!
    Michael Larson really pressed his luck in 1984 when he studied the not-so-random patterns on the “Press Your Luck” game board and won (some say cheated) on the CBS game show. Using the pause button on his VCR, Larson figured out exactly when to hit the buzzer to win the biggest prizes on the 18-square “Big Board.” The out-of-work ice cream truck driver managed to play the game 35 times in a row without ever hitting the dreaded “whammy” before producers finally figured out the ruse. At first CBS refused to pay Landon his winnings, but execs reluctantly relented and awarded him over $110,000 in cash and prizes.
    2. “Wheel of Fortune” hates Dixie?
    “Wheel of Fortune” contestants have made many cringe-worthy mistakes over the course of its almost 40-year history (most recently poor Julian Batts mispronouncing “Achilles”), but when Renee Durette was disqualified for pronouncing "Seven Swans A-Swimming" in her native Southern twang and lost $3,850, the Internet cried “Foul!” Despite the protest from fans on Twitter, “Wheel” producers stood firm on their ruling, insisting that her answer violated the rules because it was spoken in vernacular. "That's kind of how I speak, you know, being from Florida,” the disgruntled contestant told ABC News. “I asked for the 'G' so I knew it was there.”
    3. “Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?” Good question…
    Long before marriage-minded shows like “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” became primetime staples, Fox pioneered the genre with a game show, of sorts, in which 50 women competed to win the hand of an unseen multimillionaire on live TV. Many viewers were outraged by the show’s premise, but that didn’t stop 23 million people from tuning in to watch self-described “wealthy businessman” Rick Rockwell wed emergency room nurse Darva Conger in a civil ceremony. After it was exposed that Rockwell’s main asset was a 1200 sq. ft. house with a broken toilet in the backyard, the marriage was quickly annulled, and Conger–almost as quickly–disrobed for Playboy.
    4. “Are You Hot?” or not…
    The newly wed couple, Darva Conger and Rick Rockwell, pose for their first photo as husband and wife in this photo taken February 15 on 'Who Wants To Marry A Multi-Millionaire?' The controversial show drew a large audience. - RTXJK5C (Reuters)
    5. Bob Barker’s bad romance on “The Price is Right”
    Bob Barker, longtime host of “The Price is Right” had a few disgruntled beauties on his hands in the early ‘90s. Model Dian Parkinson sued Barker for sexual harassment, while he insisted that their affair was consensual–if brief. “There was very little sex, actually,” Barker confessed to Larry King, not long after Parkinson dropped the suit. Barker had less kind words for model Holly Hallstrom, who had sued Barker for wrongful termination after a weight gain. Barker waved off Hallstrom’s claims, which were eventually settled out of court. “If we were going to fire Holly for being overweight, we would have fired her years ago,” he sniffed.
    6. “The Gong Show’s” disgruntled goodbye.
    Chuck Barris, who created both “The Dating Game” and “Newlywed Game” also hosted “The Gong Show,” a wild and wooly amateur talent contest, which could only nominally be called a game show. NBC, whose execs reportedly never quite got the humor of the show, cancelled “The Gong Show” after a four-year run in 1980. To show his displeasure with the network’s decision, Barris appeared on the final show as a contestant instead of host, where he sang the classic disgruntled worker anthem, "Take This Job and Shove It.” Barris signed off with a middle finger to the camera, which NBC chose to censor with a giant “OOPS!” sign.
    7. “Pictionary” pulls no punches.
    Pictionary was one of the more mild-mannered game shows of the 1990s, with contestants guessing words and phrases based on drawings. But comedian Bill Maher may have gotten more than he bargained for when he appeared on the show with “CHiPs” star Erik Estrada in 1997. Thrilled that he was able to figure out that a drawing represented the phrase "tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree,” Estrada punched his fist in celebration, which accidentally hit Maher square on the nose. After the show returned from commercial, Maher was holding a compress against his face and had a guess ready for the next picture: Brain damage.
    8. Dirty minded “Newlywed Game”
    There was always plenty of sexual innuendo–or should we say, “whoopee” innuendo–on the ‘70s sleaze-fest “The Newlywed Game.” Host Bob Eubanks achieved some degree of infamy after telling a tasteless AIDS joke in Michael Moore’s documentary “Roger and Me,” but had an even more notorious segment on his game show. Eubanks was hoping for a risqué response when he asked a contestant what was the “weirdest place” his wife got the urge to make “whoopee,” but it’s safe to say that Eubanks wasn’t expecting the answer he got. While the contestant’s answer is too raunchy to publish here, it actually made it on the air (although, it helps if you can lip-read).
    9. “Match Game” slip.
    Young, comely–and frequently braless–women were always cast as contestants on “The Match Game,” the mildly suggestive ‘70s fill-in-the blank-contest, but one particular contestant got host Gene Rayburn so worked up, he made a Freudian slip that he never quite lived down. Rayburn intended to compliment Karen Lesko on her “pretty dimples,” but misspoke and revealed what was actually on his filthy, filthy mind. Lesko was mortified. She giggled nervously and looked down at the floor in embarrassment. After Rayburn composed himself, he took care to enunciate very, very carefully, “This lady has very pretty dimples in her cheeks.”
    This combination photo shows Bill Maher in Hollywood, California, February 22, 2009 and Donald Trump in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 19, 2012. Trump, the famously outspoken real estate magnate has sued famously outspoken television host Bill Maher, demanding the $5 million Maher offered to give to charity if Trump could prove his father is not an orangutan. But legal experts say Trump is unlikely to get a dime from Maher, the host of the HBO series Real Time With Bill Maher, because his offer was clearly made in jest. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Steve Marcus/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA LAW SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTR3DOS4 (Reuters)
    10. “Super Password” stars super fugitive.
    “Patrick Quinn” won a whopping $58,000 on “Super Password” in 1988, but his fortune was short lived. “Patrick Quinn” was actually Kerry Dee Ketchum, a fugitive wanted in three states. A viewer recognized him, and tipped off the authorities. Ketchum was arrested when he showed up to claim his prize money. “A lot of times, because I'm friendly and easy to get along with, people think I'm conning them," explained Ketchum after his arrest. "That's one of the reasons I went on the game show–to use my own intellect for something other than bad." Ketchum was sentenced to five years in prison for faking his wife's death to collect on a $100,000 insurance policy.
    11. Killer “Dating Game”
    Going on a game show isn’t necessarily the best way to find true love (just ask Vienna Girardi from “The Bachelor”), but at least you’re not going to be dating a serial killer. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case for Cheryl Bradshaw, a contestant on the 1970s incarnation of “The Dating Game.” She won a “date” with convicted rapist and registered sex offender, Rodney James Alcala. Host Jim Lange introduced Alcala as a “successful photographer who got his start when his father found him in the darkroom at the age of 13, fully developed.” Thankfully, Bradshaw refused to go out with Alcala, calling him “creepy.” Alcala is now on death row in California for his conviction on five murders counts.


    The Black Sox Baseball Scandal.
    Just how the “Big Fix” of 1919 played out remains a subject of considerable debate among baseball historians. Accounts differ, but the scheme may have first materialized a few weeks before the World Series, when White Sox first baseman C. Arnold “Chick” Gandil and a gambler named Joseph “Sport” Sullivan met to discuss the possibility of Sox players throwing the championship. Gamblers had long been greasing the palms of disgruntled ballplayers in exchange for inside tips, but attempting to rig an entire World Series was a rare and perhaps even unprecedented proposition. Gandil later claimed he was initially skeptical that it could work, but he eventually agreed that he and a few co-conspirators would throw the series in exchange for a hefty payout of around $100,000. He soon enlisted White Sox pitchers Eddie Cicotte and Claude “Lefty” Williams, shortstop Charles “Swede” Risberg and outfielder Oscar “Happy” Felsch into the scheme. Third baseman Buck Weaver was in on the early stages of the plot before pulling out, and utility infielder Fred McMullin was cut in after he overheard the players talking about the deal. Power hitter “Shoeless” Joe Jackson was also approached.
    As Gandil recruited his conspirators, Sullivan and a tangled web of crooks that may have included “Sleepy” Bill Burns, Bill Maharg and Abe Attell began raising the bribe money. New York mob leader Arnold Rothstein may have been a major player, but his involvement has never been proven, and evidence suggests that Gandil and his co-conspirators may have hatched multiple deals with different syndicates. “They not only sold [the series]” Abe Attell later claimed, “but they sold it wherever they could get a buck.” Bookies had previously had the Sox winning the World Series over the underdog Cincinnati Reds by as much as three-to-one, but the odds shifted after those in the know began betting heaps of cash on the Reds. As the championship drew near, the streets buzzed with rumors that several White Sox players were in the pocket of high stakes gamblers.
    Suspicions that the championship was “in the bag” only increased after the White Sox and the Reds met on October 1 for the first game of what was then a best-of-nine World Series. After hitting a batter with one of his first pitches—supposedly a signal that the fix was on—Eddie Cicotte went on to make a series of uncharacteristic blunders from the mound. Chicago lost the game 9-1, leading the New York Times to marvel, “Never before in the history of America’s biggest baseball spectacle has a pennant-winning club received such a disastrous drubbing in an opening game…” The faulty play continued in game two, when Sox pitcher Lefty Williams gifted the Reds a 4-2 win after walking three batters in a row.
    The White Sox continued losing over the next few games, and by October 6, the series stood at 4-1 in favor the Reds. Everything was proceeding as planned, yet according to later accounts, many of the crooked Sox players had begun to grow restless. They had purportedly arranged to receive their bribes in five $20,000 installments—one after each loss—but the gamblers had failed to deliver the full amount. After game five, the furious ballplayers supposedly called off the fix once and for all and resolved to play to win for the rest of the series. Over the next two games, the Sox sprang to life, winning 5-4 and 4-1 and putting themselves back in the race for the championship. Backing out of a deal with gangsters proved difficult, however, and several of the players later hinted at having received threats against their families. Whether because of intimidation or merely an unexpectedly strong opposition, the Sox went on to lose game eight to the Reds 10-5, giving Cincinnati their first ever World Series win.
    The eight White Sox players implicated in the scandal.
    Rumors of a fix continued to persist in the months after the championship defeat. Leading the charge was sportswriter Hugh Fullerton, who investigated the 1919 series and later wrote a famous article for the New York Evening World titled “Is Big League Baseball Being Run for Gamblers, With Players in the Deal?” Chicago White Sox owner Charles Comiskey was quick to shrug off any reports of impropriety, saying, “I believe my boys fought the battles of the recent World Series on the level.” Despite his claims to the contrary, evidence would later show that Comiskey had been tipped off about a possible fix early in the series and may have attempted to bury the story to protect his business interests.
    Baseball’s leading figures appeared content to let the 1919 World Series go unexamined, and it largely did until August 31, 1920, when evidence surfaced that gamblers had rigged a regular season game between the Cubs and the Phillies. A grand jury convened to investigate, and speculation soon turned to the previous year’s World Series. Around that same time, gambler Bill Maharg went public with an account of his own involvement in the fix. As the accusations mounted, Eddie Cicotte decided to testify before the grand jury. During a tearful mea culpa, the pitcher admitted involvement in the scandal, saying, “I don’t know why I did it…I needed the money. I had the wife and kids.” Shortly afterwards, star hitter “Shoeless” Joe Jackson testified and admitted to having accepted $5,000 from his teammates. Over the next few days, Lefty Williams and Oscar Felsch also confessed their involvement.
    In October 1920, Gandil, Cicotte, Williams, Risberg, Felsch, McMullin, Weaver and Jackson—now dubbed the “Black Sox”—were indicted on nine counts of conspiracy. While they were lambasted in the media for “selling out baseball,” the players coasted through their June 1921 trial after all the paper records relating to their grand jury confessions vanished under mysterious circumstances. Many now believe that Comiskey and gambling kingpin Arnold Rothstein arranged for the papers to be stolen as part of a cover up. Whatever the cause, the prosecution’s case disappeared along with the confessions. On August 2, 1921, the Black Sox were found not guilty on all counts.




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