Dispatches were slow coming from Denver. It must have been especially frustrating for readers of the Milwaukee Journal, who were used to having the day's scores delivered with their afternoon paper. While waiting, the Journal was finally able to bring its readers their first pictures from Denver:
Tom Dougherty, here doubling as third base coach.
Ralph Cutting for three runs in four innings before Cutting was pulled for Joe Hovlik. "Pep" Clark's hand was feeling well enough for him to return to his third base duties, but he was largely a non-factor in this contest.
The most dramatic moment came in the fourth inning, with the Brewers down 3-2. Two men were on when Joe Burg came up to bat. He hit a long fly ball to center and - well, I'll let the Sentinel provide the description:
It was away over (Denver center fielder Les) Channell's head and bound for the space beyond the line of wire extended in the field for the overflow crowds on big days. Channell vaulted the wire and caught the ball, saving it from shattering the glass shield of an automobile. Runners had left the bases and had to hustle back to keep from being tagged out.Not to be left out, Milwaukee Journal cartoonist Fred Bernau gave readers his take on the play: