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A nnouncement ? ExtraordinaryJ WORLD SERIES GAME in WASHINGTON SUNDAY American League Park?2 P. M. t Free Admission as Guests of ton Chellas The success of the "Pantomime World Series" enacted by two marine teams this week at American League Park under the auspices of The Washington Times has been so great that this newspaper is anxious for all of its readers to see it. Over 8,000 people attended the opening game, and an even larger crowd the second game, and it was pronounced a decided success and nov elty?much better than the reproduction of the World Series on an Electric Board?also more comfortable with a comfortable seat at the Ball Park. The Times realizes that thousands of its readers working for the Government and elsewhere are unable to attend the "world series" on a week day, but will be able to do so Sunday?and bring their entire family with them. The Ball Park was leased for a game between the LADIES' INTERNATIONAL SOCCER TEAM, of Preston, England, and selected players from the WASHINGTON SOCCER CLUB this Sunday. The Washington Times, not wanting to disappoint any of its readers, now that its experiment in staging a "Pantomime World Series" is a pronounced success, has arranged to pay these teams to release the Ball Park during the hours of the World Series game in New York. THE WASHINGTON TIMES IS STANDING ALL THE EX PENSE and although the cost will be great to secure the Ball Park for its readers Sunday, THERE WILL NOT BE ANY ADMISSION CHARGE?except in good will. The Sunday game also necessitates a SPECIAL WIRE SERVICE from THE NEW YORK PARK to THE WASH INGTON PARK, involving additional expense to this news paper. The Times will feel amply rewarded if you and all your friends attend and enjoy the afternoon. The gates will be open at 1:15 p. m. SUNDAY. As an additional attraction the^U. S. Navy Band of 60 pieces, which has been furnishing the music week days, will come as an orchestra Sunday and render a special concert. Charles Benter, composer of The Washington Times march, will be the con ductor. It will be impossible to secure the Ball Park Saturday, because of previous arrangements for a college football game. Score by innings will be posted at the park during the football game for the benefit of Times readers attending. The score will also be posted in front of The Washington Times building. , The Washington Times "Pantomime World Series" (with actual players) will be continued at the ball park Monday and every day until the end of the World Series in New York. COME ONE, COME ALL. THE LARGER THE CROWD THE GREATER OUR REWARD. Special Musical Program by 60-Piece U. S. Navy Orchestra CHARLES BENTER, Conductor NO CHARGE OF ANY KIND Just Come Gates Open to the Public Bring the Ladies CLIP THIS SCORE CARD Take it to the game to you can recognize players by tjpeir number, which will appear on ?core board at park. NEW YORK GIANTS III I ' II ?? IJ I II Mil ,|i II IB ? TT 14?J Barnes, p 16?McQuillan, pi l??Scott, pt 17?V, Barnes, pi l??Jonnard, p; 12?Ryan, p; 23?Hill, p; 49?Blume, p; 11?Marl Smith, o| 13?Oaeton. c| ?1?Iiawliittfa, lnf; ?1?Ma?ulre, lnf; til?Mac-Phee, lnf; 71?Stengel, ?f; 112?Uobertaon, ?f| J71?Kind, nfj 14#?Nahf, p.' bl UJ X o u. NEW YORK YANKEES 14?Shawkey, pi 16?Heyt. pi Id?Mays, pi t??Jenea, pi |*?O'Daul, n| Murray, pj 11? Hotmann. Ci 12?Devormer. cj #1?Baker, lnf; 61?MoNally, inf) 01?.McMillan, of| 7l?JDlmer Smith, of| 112?Skinner, ofj 18?Bush, p.