Sport: World Series

Cora Neilson of Wynnewood, Pa., took along a cot. U. S. Senator-Suspect William Scott Vare went out in a crowd for the first time since he fell sick a year ago. Worshipful Master Ralph A. Werthein fell dead beside his radio. William Tennyson of Philadelphia stood in line a day and a night and sold his place for $5. One Edward Johnson of Decatur, Ill. sat on a camp stool in the street all night, bought a good $1 ticket, sat down again in the bleachers and slept through what he had come...

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