Sport: World's Series

Telegraph wires hummed as if war were declared. Thousands and thousands and thousands of people ram-jammed into automobiles, streetcars, subways and onto sidewalks, honking and shouting and pushing their way. The New York "Giants" and the Washington "Senators" continued their exciting argument over the baseball championship of the planet.

Fourth* Game. At the Polo Grounds, Manhattan, long, lean George Mogridge uncoiled his snake-like left arm, sore these several weeks, and with it manipulated a ball so quaintly for seven innings that the Giants could make but two runs while the Senators made five....

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