Sport: World Series

(See front cover) In Chicago and in Philadelphia this week one of the many enterprises of William Wrigley, Jr. blossomed out into a fruitful and profitable success. For in these two cities two baseball teams were meeting and struggling for what was somewhat grandiloquently referred to as the world's baseball championship.* One team was the Philadelphia Athletics, representing the American League. The other was the Chicago Cubs, representing the National League. As everyone knows, Mr. Wrigley is Cub owner. The millions of U. S. citizens who, through radio and newspaper, hung upon the...

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