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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD KltlDAY.'OCTOHKn.fl. MHO'- U17 j Herald Will Bulletin fina xhe 'World's' Series 't, then, in front of the office as in past years. l.othbndgo always has e4 intent I., the baseball derby, and never moro than this vc o IleraM will endeavor to appease the anxiety of the funs by 'iring then. Prompt return, from the firing line. If you are a fan and fc, to Iho bulletin board, oillup 1224 and get rl" announcins the batteries will arrive auout "o'clock, white the report of the game will begin to arrive at about 2'o'clock. IN BIG SHOW NATIONAL ITCU9TM5S lirookiyu Philadelphia Boston New York Chicago Pittsbnrg St. Louis Cincinnati 3-1 91 SS SG 67 06 S6 SS flu .611) .5CC .MS .425 .393 .333 for Younger Men have more originality in fashion, fabric and finish than any clothes in America. See them and you'll agree. MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great Champs Defeat Giants Brooklyn. Oct. champion Brooklyns wound .up the National league'season here today by defeating I New York 7 to 5. Manager Robinson I -ave his regulars a work out in the game but had his recruits filling near- v ovory position when it ended. Ap- p'leton.'who has -worked little all sea- son, pitched effectively except the 7th ind Sth, when he was hit freely. York............ 5 1J Brooklyn 7 Tesreau. Anderson, Smith and Mc- Carty. Kocher; Appleton and Meyers. Boston Wins Philadelphia, Oct. several players out of their regular positions, bos'ton and Philadelphia wound up the National league season here today, the former winning 4 to 1. Boston...... 4 7 1 Philadelphia.......... 10 Nehf'fi-Tfagressor; Fortune, Baum garmer and Adams. PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 4; San .Francisco 6. Oakland IS; Portland IS- Ejalt Lake Lake 3; Vernon 0. to be hanged onlay 12, E pleaded guilty to the charge of man- veiled sent to the peni- tentiary for 20 years. A portrait to commemorate the late partmcnt of the university of Toronto. of Orion, has enlisted Frank Gotch The Mat N. L. Champs Given Great Send-off New York, Oct. gave the National League pennant winners a rousing send-off today, for the opening game of the world's series to be played in Bos- ton Saturday. -Thousands of en- thuilaiti gathered at Ebbets Field long before the the de- ptrture of the players. In the crowd were many city officials, builness men and 'Brooklyn Boost- who go to Boston with the club to cheer the players to vic- to console them In de- feat. "We have more applications for tickets to the Brooklyn games than we can said President Ebbets, of the Brooklyn club. "Applications have been pouring In from all parts of the country, and as far south as Cuba." While ths players are in Bos- ton fighting for the first two games of the series, carpenters will be busy extending the seat- ing accommodations at the Brook- lyn field. Nearly 1500 extra box seats' to .accommodate 1500 more 'livvil! ''be 'erected in the left These will bring the capaclty'of the ground to about Brooklyn Has Team of Giants; Average Weight 178; Height 6 Ft. Good Style, Good Service and Good Value f .With every pair. of shoes atHufner's. A. pair of our shoes will, add tone to a ladies' Thanksgiving costume and will be a valuable item 111 the appearance of a well dressed man. There are many styles and makes select from. Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole for men and women Hurlbut's Welt Cushion Sole for boys and girls Arc Neat, Stylish ami Comfortable. The Prices arc Right. ttl Shoenvan Merchants' liaiik BY FRANK GOTCH The World's Champion Wrestler I nave retireil from the ring. I have not retired because 1 do not think I am capable of defeating them all, but because I do not think I am quite as good as I was, say a half-dozen years ago. 1 am 3S'years of age, and time will tell sooner or later with me, but, just the same I Co not -want my friends to back me with their money believing that 1 am even 'better than I was io years ago. I am not better; I may not be as good. At that. 1 think I would be good enough to take on those in the game today. My match with Jim Scotland, staged exclusively for motion pictures, will go down tory as my last match. I won, it is i true, but after that match it came :to me suddenly that there is a time far ;all men to retire. 1 never dodged a match and 1 gave i them all opportunities to -win my 'championship title and so my retire- nient will not merit nor will it deserve The retirement was .made i at no small sacrifice, for under an 'agreement with the Selig company I was to receive ?S5.000 for two more matches. I will not wrestle again. 1 have enough money. I want to stay jou the farm and enjoy.the my .wife and family. Strength, endurance, speed and i skill are essentials to a Wrestler who I is successful. I have also tried to i go the route in the quickest .possible i time, making my opponent exert more energy in resistance than I have spent on the of f ensive. Mental work Is-also necessary for; any great success in the wrestling game. One must think constantly" and also think quickly; One should -have his moves figured out far in advance of what one' is actually attempting. One must, in other words, have sys- tem, anil it took me years of '.patience land study to accomplish iriy'methods. In training also it's brains over brawn. The man who trains with his brain can get more good out of twirl- ing a match than an athlete can get out-of a five-pound dumbbell who does .not use his brain. .It's the systematic 'and not the mechanical training that [counts. The man1 who shovels dirt in I the street eight hours daily is median ical. The trouble with many wrestlers is that they are mechanical. They do not .use their, brains in are'taught .all known holds and how i to avoid or break them. But atari something new and. they are not there, When I run I watch every step, i figure .just where 1 shall place .my foot. That makes me think. And It also makes every muscle employed the slave of my mlfiil. 'Try to move a muscle' in' your' arm without moving vnnr limb. Yon can't? Thlt Is be- cause ybu'rbfilnTa'not master of your There1 Wn'l'a muscle In my body thai f can't move at the com- mand of my brain. R is because I think as I train SIDELIGHTS on the BIG SERIES is a system of .perfection in tailoring. A vital part of this system is the means of securing perfect fitting garments. This is the Fit-Reform system of sizes. It was originated by this wonder- ful tailoring', organization, and gives us sizes to perfectly fit every man, whether of the average physique or-above or below the normal in height or weight. Perfect-fitting Fall Suits and Overcoats, from up. 149 McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE New Oct. of the 'looklyn National league club, which O'jpose the Boston Americans in .e world's sirlcs'beEinuine Saturday, that the average age of the Brooklyn nlaycrs is 27 1-3 years, while hat of the Boston combination is aT'i Although the Boston team lias he advantage of age and experience, he Brooklyn heavier and tall- The average weight oi the Brook- yn imiyire' IS' ITS pounds anil the icight an even six feet. 'Pirictu of .lie National league representatives bat and throw right-hahaed anil five bat and throw left-handed. Coombs, a right-handed pitcher, bats cither way. Pitcher Uncker bats right-handed and .brows left-handed and Ziich Wheat performs in the opposite manner. Oi me intchins dtaff. Pt'l'ffer, Coombs. Dell and Appleton have a right-hand delivery, while the other four, Iliicker, Martiuard, Mails ind Smith, are southpaws. Age. W'ght. H'gtil The following is a complete list of. the physical and playing statistics of. the iircoklyu players eligible, to take part in the world's series against the' Boston Americans: Player Position Ed'. Appleton. G. Cutshaw, ,1. Coombs, p. L. Cheney, .1. Danbert. lh. 0. Dell. p. Cus 3b. .1. Johnson, cf. II. Meyers, cf. II. Mowrcy, :lb. .1. Meyers, c. Otto .1. W. Mails, R Merkle, util. It. Marfiuard, p. 0. O'Mara, ss. Ivan Olson, ss. G. Heffer. p. 24 23 32 2S 30 175 100 185 185 100 1S5 105 175 180 200 r 26 .182 20 28 26 23 AV. Robinson N, Kucker, p. C. Stengel, rf S. Smith, Wheat, If. 170 1DO 170 148 MO 26 208 52 31 '195 25 1.70 24 190 27 165 "mgr.. 6 :02 Ms V .Baseball plays many queer prank Take the case of Nap Rucker of th Superbas, at one time king of th Vational league left-handers. Nap i a member of a pennant-winning team for the first time in his career an yet he will he forced to sit idly b and watch his teammates monppoliz all the glory. Years have dinim Rucker's star to such an extent it lardly likely he will get a chance work in the big series. College Men Prominent Manv of the stars to participate the world's series still swear allegi- ance to their alma mater. It is re- markable the number of college men that are members.of both teams. John Coombs, of Brooklyn, is a grad- uate of Colby college; Cutshaw hails from Notre Dame; Jack Barry and Bill Carrlgan from Holy Gross. "Leonard and Harry Hooper from St. Mary's; .Larry Gardner_from Vermont- Ernest Shore from Qmlford Ja'nvrta from Boston Tech. Full-Blooded Red Skins has two full blooded red skins in Zaeeh Wheat and John lories Meyers. Wheat is considered the classiest Indian outfield performer since Uie- days when that great Indi n Sockalexis, flashed cio .he base lall horizon. T Cady Human Beanpole Forest Cady, first string catcher of the Red Sox, is one of the talle t re ceivers in -baseball. Behind the log he: loonisjup like a tall redwood. Cady has been with for two ea sons. He claims Illinois, as his home.' Novel Distinction If Rube Marquard and John Meyers form a Brooklyn .battery during the Impending world's scries, and there is every reason to believe they will, they will enjoy the.unique distinction of working in two world's series as members 6f different clubs and against the same club. This came pair worked for the Giants when they tackled the Red Sox in 1912, and now they will oppose the same club as members of the Brooklyn team. BASKETBALL -5 8.30, AT .THE 'V.' Once'more the dauntless O. :X. will try the' metal .of their Old foes, the Dodgers, who have defeated In. two consecu- Hit but> hard-fought contests so far.' -The'OcX.'have an Im- '4 proved line-up" for tonight and there is promise of a very fast name. Everybody wel- come. Admission smartest young men's overcoat of the season. Tailored in fine, imported coatings. EXCLUS1V1J AGENTS, apj KIRKHAM BLOCK ;