On Oct. 15, 1908, the Chicago Tribune used an editorial cartoon on the front page of the newspaper the morning after the Chicago Cubs beat the Detroit Tigers in the fifth game of the World Series. In it, a bear with an armful of pennants said, simply, "Good morning."
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) November 3, 2016
On Thursday, 108 years later, the Tribune had another two words for the front page:
Here's a collection of fronts via Newseum from Chicago and beyond marking the game seven Cubs' win against the Cleveland Indians and a few marking the Indians' loss. (The Boston Herald's front is particularly fun.)