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In chapter 7, Piper wanted to sell the Alcatraz laundry service and she did. She charged five cents per shirt, and Al capone would wash all of the shirts that Piper got from school.
In chapter 25, Moose is talking about how there are not any more convict baseballs laying around the rec yard.
In chapter 38, Moose says that he is going to write a letter to Al Capone. Piper then says the wives of the guards censor it so it would not be possible.
In the Author's Notes on page 220, the laundry has never been sold to have a shirt washed by Al Capone, but Al Capone did wash a shirt at least once.
In the Author's Notes on page 221,it says that the prisoners did play baseball in the recreation yard on Alcatraz, also convict baseballs were popular for kids on Alcatraz.
In the Author's Notes on page 222, it says that the wives of the guards actually censored the mail. Nothing was a secret, so they would share anything personal to anyone on the island.
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