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Sources: Nevada Casino Owner Fixes California Horse Races

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Film Stars’ Phone Calls Aired in Race Scandal,” Nov. 2, 1940.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Fixer Suspect Surrenders,” Nov. 3, 1940.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Second Indictment in California’s Horse Racing Scandal Returned,” Nov. 8, 1940.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Horse Race Fixing Trial Opens,” March 1, 1941.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Inside Story of Race Fixing Told by Former Defendant at Trial of Six,” April 2, 1941.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Betting Commissioner Tells of Mooney’s Wagers,” April 23, 1941.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Race-Fixing Case Defendant Pictured as Bologna Server,” May 3, 1941.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Fines of $1,000 Assessed for Race Track Bribery,” July 31, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Defense Attacks Witness’ Story,” March 19, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “George Raft, Don Ameche Courted by Race Fixers,” March 22, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Jockey Claims He Couldn’t Keep Horses From Winning Despite Attempt to Lose,” April 17, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “‘I Made Money on Percentages, Not Bribing Jockeys,’ Declares Einstoss,” May 9, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “‘Big-Time’ Gambler Bursts Into Tears,” May 16, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Einstoss Guilty of Race Charges,” May 31, 1941.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Witness Tells of Race Fixes,” April 2, 1941.

The Gambler and the Bug Boy, John Christgau, University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, 2007).