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The problem in World Series baseball is to win four games out of seven. The Washington and Pittsburgh baseball nines (TIME, Oct. 19), battling for the championship, had struggled through five games. The game score stood Washington 3; Pittsburgh, 2.

One more game for Washington would finish it. Washington was over anxious. With a two run lead to begin with, the Senator allowed the Pittsburghers to slip past them, score three runs. The game score stood: 3 to 3.

One more game to finish it. Famed Walter Johnson pitched for...

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