Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. OCTOHEIl 18, 1917 TI'IK DAII.T PACK THREI5 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus AFRICAN BATTLE IT'S VERY J WTIGUE-, ,-Jl THI'b MUST BE THAT bTOSE THAT Skinnies Took Fat End of Ihe Score in First Bowling Match of Season WORLD'S SERIES STATISTICS O Total attendance............ IS Tolal Players' share :h club's BhaTC National commission 42.5S5 CUcago players ............j 91.733 New York Chicago player York Lficli umiilrc Twenty-six Chicago players. New York players. Tho SWnnics belied (heir name last 'nlKhl'wlicn lliey loot the fat end o[ thi score from Iho Herald creir In ttio ilrsl bowling game ol llje season by 132 pins. Tne Herald's Denny KaufTs .ami Hclno Zlms played jusl like Denny 'and Heine hit In Ihc -world's they couldn't connocl. TiVllh last al- leys ond new pins, 11 was heyond them Id make Ilio -maples fall, while Ilia Skinnles irerc tcpnling them right ami loIL The Skinnies look the first, two games; >vhilc Uic Herald. pulled tile Ililixl froiii Ihe.fire hy liie narrow mar- Rin'ornine plnai tV Is rblllnE like The Lucky Fourth White Sox Like It ?ive of Six Series Games Decid- ed in Frame Heinle Zim the Goat "f" "r1 H- AII Same Snodgrass There may he some'doubl as lo Uic idnnLIty ot Ino world's series liero. somo giving the honor to Fabcr, who pitched nnd won two ami olli- prs (o Kouurlson who Lad n mns slva hatting average, hut the position of is unanimously hestowci upon Hclnlo Zimmerman; wlio proved very Every thing Zimmerman did he bungled, wlic nrhirlwlnd llils year, toppled the hick-1 ther-it was in Ihc field, at the bat, or orics for man for (he even-, OI1 tnc few occasions" lio got on bases Ing nnd also annexed high score wllh hn win go down in history along in Iho first encounter. .Tommy wUh lbo-se olhcr York goats grass and 'JJcrtie. The "tircat' lirofco up llioi "prettiest hind ot duel between Fahcr and Bcir Ion in ihc fourth Inning liy making a Evnn'3 hit the 200 mark In his. last game arid beat Ihc 500 'mark by. 30 pins on the lotal. .Harrison also trav- elled a 600 'clip "during the evening. There Is 'much talk of a hig league all that la heeded now Is a chance for' Ihc boys to try out their old soup- ers and Jiue up wllh ono of Ihc teams. The! league will probably start about Ihc first, uf next inonlh. Last night's sco'rcs: 'SkTnnTes Murray Sloan Irwln Ilarrlsou Evans Grotf Krey Long 13S -13S 203 182 476 550 GCl G33 Herald In Lcthbrlilge, ivbcn the home team is behind, the fans always pull for a rally In the lucky sev- enth. Not so In Chicago. White Sos fans hereafter -vlll pull Tor the lucky fourth to Lroafc opeti a keg of nails. The world's serins put (he fourth on Ihc baseball map. Thai the .final game and cham- pionship should bo decided In the fourth inning In keeping with the feature and factor play throughout tho scries. The Chi- cago club scored Its winning run hi this inning during (lie first game and collected five in Ihc sec- ond contest in the same period. In the lln'rd and fourth contests, won by the winning team ccored the only runs of Ihc Ijatllo In the fourth Inning of ihc third and tho first of the five runs In thc.tnurih game, which was a 5 to 0 shut-out In favor of New York. The scoring of Saturday lirovcd an exception, hut Ihe Sox reverted lo their original system and, aided by misplays liy the (Jlanls, closed the scries with a decisive victory. TO LOSE HUGE SUM Harvard, Yale and Princeton Will B Out fn Receipts. two base overthrow on an easy chiincc, and then to mako suro Col- lins "would score, ball from 121 173 139 135 125 124 385 5S1 572 Hcnton and .Chased the Chicago cap tain across libme plate. It will be re- membcitd Ihat In the rout of Satur- day the Bamo Zimmerman heaved a hall over second hash that "paved the vray for the White' Sox to win the gams in the eighth. bat Zlm made the Immense''total of three Itils In six gnmcH, most ot his contribu- tions bciilg what Charlie Dryden calls humrj-bacJml line drives to tho pitch- er. As a base runner he once got caught off firat and was sate only by i miracle, while on another occasion 10 tried to steal home on Ray Schalk, baseball's preuiiter cSlchcr. Where do they get that Half a mm ion dollars that Unrvnn Yale and Princeton could cons from sterling public's bottomless poi ot will be left untouched this seasoi discontinuing their regular footba chetlules for 1317, the "hig fhrce ive automatically left this cool hal 11 lion In circulation for the ;rJcs or something else lo get. Last year tlic "Ljlg in ,g Bchcdiilea tolnliing fewer than 3 imes, alone in Tootba eccipts. A Jot ot it went back 1 ieet heavy gridiron expenses, but' it more of it stayed right In Hi rong waiting lo make up th FRANK GOJCH BETTER Chicago, Oct. condition of Frank former world's cham- pion wrestler, has Improved BO rapidly Ihat -Ms physicians he.would leave.the hospital-soon. At a repraenliitlvc meeting ol Orlllla citizens, It was decided to make Orlllla'a objective for Ihc Jlrltleh Red Cross campaign! r_ QIRL GREAT SWIMMER v rnriiana'polls, Oct, fr TliclmR Darby, 14-ycnr-old In- 4f dlanapolls swimmer, defeated Claire Now York In a 600-yard' match race, free defeat Slccher, Is over 4b. So arc Hatlralli and Charley Culler "about ihat ago. Aberg, Ihe Greece-Roman champion of the world, is nearly 45. Aherg has not lost a single fall in the last 13 year, cilheH Dr. Holler, who is known all over .he country, Is over -10. Tom Jenkins, the' Cornier champion, vrho now leaches at West Toint, wres- tled continuously for 37 years. Slanislau Zbysiko had been wrestl- ing 27 years before he was lakcn pris- oner by the Russians tvt Ihe outbreak of the war. He is still one of Ihc most formidable men-in Ihc Game, anil will no doubt be a factor lo contend with alter the war. Anton? 1'icrrc, Ihc Greek, died two years ngo at ttio age ol 65. Ho a good man up lo the year his dcalh, The most remarkable athlete In Ihc world Is probably Paloulmcy, Iho Rus- sian giant. Falouhncy is 53 years old nnd all' tlio wrestlers arc afraid of him. However, let us artd Iliat Patou- bncy is nlso seven feet tall and U'clgha over 300" pounds. ladle Freddy Ilccl, who Ihrcu' big Tom Jenkins 15 years ago, Is as good today as ever. So ia Tom Cannon, Iho Englishman. George Uothner. who held the Ilelit-- .weight championship for such n long lime, Is a remarkable example of Ihe good alblelics can do. Dolhner la 51 years doesn't look even 40. Ho recently wrestled a five-hour draw with'n husky young rival by Ihc name of Jsiflock. Will Dlnghnm, tho expert, Is never better. Ulngham ivans Lewis were champiotis ho ages of 4c> ;tnd Tliose two famous Gcrnun wresll- ers, John Kotli. friend ol the kaiser, and Siegfried, the "German are nuile old, ulh lei it-ally fijic-sUns, but first class ttioy arc alive. Koch is -li anil Siegfried Is >vcr 50. So Is Lurlch, the P.usslan. William Muldaon. the daddy of Ihpni all, lias a health farm, and snoiv vhite hair, and a lot o( money now, but en a still give the best of them a struggle. Muldoon was in his over thirty years ago. He was a class fellow, a gentleman and a great wrestler. We appealed lo Jack Curley. who mows moro alout wrestlers and rreslllag (Iran any oilier man, for an explanation of tho wrestlers' longevlly. "It is their simple, natural mode of living." said Jack. "They aro all farmers or from the Farm. Outdoor life and careful living. Then, too. wrestling Is ono of the most healthful games in iua Now York 2 Ucni. Williams, Uussell, DaaforUi inil Schalfc, f-ynn, Jenkfna; G. Rmllli atul Gibson, Onslow. JUSIIOPRBVEI1 Garden N.Y., Oct. Chicago White Sox, winners ol the world's series, defeated tho Giants in an exhibition game hero Tuesday by a scorn of G to -I before G.OOO soldiers from Camp Mills at Mincola, Al llemarec, who slartcd for New York, was easy lor the Soi, who scor- ed in Ihc first three. luninga, while Henz of Chicago, held Now York run- v HOW TO CLEAN GUN BARREL r. A O fl O The aclion of (he nitro powder l.i con fined to the polished Interior ot Iho barrels and they may..bo kept In perfect shape if after uso Lbe Ing mclhoil la followed: 1. Drush out tho bore with a brlstM brush. 2. Wipe out wllli a, rag. 3. It streaks of lead they are quite apt lo In tho 20-gaugo them with a Toralingon, cleaner (brass covered wood forms laid on 4. A second rag will -remove 1ha lead loosened by the cleaner. I- third ras uauaiiy ouc while, C. If Ihc boro 19 now besmcarefl with a nllro solvent, such as Xo. 9, Ihc aclion of the- solvent cause a black preclnlUito to fonu, which may ho wiped out In a day or hvo, irhen snoHier tbo solvent shoult] be mado. for nltro iiow- der residue does not allow of a thor- ough cleaning the first time. The locks of tho gun will not need alloution for periods of several years, unless they gel a wetting; when they should bo taken down, wiped and lu- bricated with a thin oil- less. New York scored off WflUams In (he filth, but the Wlrilo Sox hammered G. Siaith in tho sixth for three tallies. The Giants added hvo in the ninth when Danforlh cased up. The score: Chicago 12' 1 TOMMY'S KIND HEART An Associated Tress Correspondent says: A wounded British soldier came back 'to a Klnl.inn lending n youthful German prisoner. The young German had shot the Tommy Hi rough the arm as the latter advanced. 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