Federal Base Ball Club of Baltimore v. National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs
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United States Supreme Court
FEDERAL BASE BALL CLUB OF BALTIMORE v. NATIONAL LEAGUE OF PROFESSIONAL BASE BALL CLUBS
Argued: April 19, 1922. --- Decided: May 29, 1922
Messrs. Charles A. Douglas, of Washington, D. C., Wm. L. Marbury, of Baltimore, Md., and William L. Rawls, Hugh H. Obear, Jo. V. Morgan, and Charles S. Douglas, all of Washington, D. C., and L. Edwin Goldman, of Baltimore, Md., for plaintiff in error.
[Argument of Counsel from pages 201-205 intentionally omitted]
Messrs. George Wharton Pepper, of Philadelphia, Pa., and Benjamin S. Minor, of Washington, D. C., for defendants in error.
Mr. Justice HOLMES delivered the opinion of the Court.
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