OVER 100 BASEBALL FANS LISTEN TO SERIES RETURNS
More than 100 enthusiasts of the national game assembled in the Living Room of the Harvard Union to listen in on the returns of the first game of the 1930 World's Series which was played at Philadelphia yesterday. The progress of the game was followed enthusiastically by the fans. Although on the short end of official betting, the National League leaders seemed to be the favorites of the Union baseball followers.
Tomorrow at 1.30 o'clock the second game of the series will be received over the Union radio.