Sport: Denouement

Another year of professional baseball reached its denouement. At the Polo Grounds, Manhattan, Manager McGraw and his "Giants" made their supremacy of the National League a mathematical certainty by banging out a 5-to-1 victory over Philadelphia. At Shibe Park, Philadelphia, the Washington "Senators" fattened their percentage at the expense of Manager Connie Mack's once-famed "Athletics," and lifted the American League pennant beyond the reach of the New York "Yankees" (1923 world's champions). For the first time in four years, the World's Series was thus rendered...

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