An advertisement for Hart, Schaffner & Marx which appeared after game three of the 1917 World Series. After losing two games in Chicago, the New York Giants won 2 to 0; the Giants scored both runs in the fourth inning of Eddie Cicotte; Dave Robertson tripled and scored on Walter Holke‘s double, Holke scored on a single by George Burns.
The advertisement after game two, a 7 to 2 White Sox victory, featured Chicago first baseman Chick Gandil, who:
“Makes a wonderful catch on (Bennie) Kauff‘s foul ball in (the) third inning. Running over to the Giants bench he leaped in the air and with his left hand ‘speared the pill.'”
And, one more after game six, won by Urban “Red” Faber and the White Sox:
Long Live The King!
“Sox take final game, score 4 to 2. Chicago now boasts two world’s champions ‘White Sox.'”