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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOHKH 25. ISM? i UK, LhTunnipr.B n.MM PACK THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manns WUZ. M-XKIN1 fl TELL THE TKOTH 1 I n HUtvvi TO OF MOOR ROAD Or -DURING TUP OF MEN- XOO SPECIAL SEE, TMM- THE THiNK VJITH THfST COFFEE Jack Taylor is the Only Man Who has ever Thrown Hem Has a String of Victories and Should Prove a Good Man to Who Declares THal Next Vear He Is Going After (he Hig Fellows. Jack Taylor, now tramping on Karl Cartflock's heels for (he world's heavyweight wrcslHnE ckahiplonshlp, only man Harry Holn, .vljo toes lo Ihc mul Ticrc nest Thursday night will. AVaUer Anderson m Si3- taiuu.il, lias ever losl n inalch to. lie has won from Hans Peterson al he -ave Duh-.tli. lie 'threw Jack .Miller, who sel Idaho on Tiro a couple ot scasoift. When we enleri ago, in" a match at Oassano. O.scar Shullz fel? uefore him at Tom King lifij Ills shoulders pinned to iho nial by hlm'al-Forl Francis, Ont. Jack Anderson hl3 victim at Great Falls. Chris -Teterspn was bis last victim lia.3 htcn working oul nt Ihe Calgary Y.M.C.A. end declaim lie in the best of condition for his ma I nil next Thursday. Wnllcr Anderson lias favorably! Impressed the', Tans no his ifict in Leih- brldge, ami appears to have more than average ability. Ho has Eonie distance, to go before lie is in Jack Taylor's present but lio 'declares he la on the road, and In another season liopes lo go' ftttcr some of Iho real of (he enine. He IB working out every day at (lie here. Wrestling" has always Jicen a popular, game In the email .lorrns In (ram Jack. .Ellison bat f itaged inany'of Ms ma'lcn'cs, Pincher n.i'yiriond, MagraUi unh Warner for tho opening o[ season ncsl Thursday. Aii- pllcallona for tickets should lie made to Led Urown nj- Irctlcr "ai Majestic Thealrc. _ Burns vs. Sharkey Will be Some Fight Down at Los Angeles arrange- ments have just been completed for an evening of boxing In which the feature will be a go between Tom Sharkey and Tommy former world's heavyweight champion. The card is booked For the evening of November .9, and the benefit IE for the purpoie of railing a huge fund with which to remember Lot Angeles at Camp Lewii at Chrlttmaa time. Jamec J. Jeffries will referee and the affair will be under th? auspices of the Yule'ide. fund committee for tht 'The bout between Sharkey and Burns will go for three "I sure will be glad to meet Tommy w'd Sharkey. "1 want to get even with hini for the me ago, d the ring for blood." .Sharkey objects to Jff- trici as referee, but will waive that m his desire to do something i for the caute. on' Ihc program will be 10 other boutfi, one.of them between George Riven and "Kid" Savage, mjddlewflgtitt.. Los Angeles po- lice .and firemen will have charge of the ticket gales. HARRY HEIN, who wrestles Walter Anderson at MaJettFc Theitre, No FOR A GOOD CAUSE Clark (JrlffiUi won Hie pennant In the 'AmeVlCfln P.itrlot League this year. lie. lias collected nearly WO, the to hoy baseball lefr Jn _ France; cnl for SHOULDN'T SUFFER ANYWAY Dy rltlQ economy' it 15. prfidlclet! tlint tho raomberfl of the Olanta anil Wlilte Sox will be able to aurvlre Iti forllicomlnR olf aeikatm wlthoaL Inc 16 dctlh. Don't Go Vas Only a Rookie on World Taught Him a Lot real plLcli.ng hero of llic Yorld's Baseball Scries, jusl finished "ttefl" Faber, Ihe bit; right-hander I Ihe White Soi, vho beaf n came, held lhera.sa.rel) n the eighth and ninth Innings o[ Ihc Saturday's match, and then registered sr win In the final clash ftt JJeii "ork Monday. lied" Faber Till BU uowa In dlk nil history as Hie chap who wen1 around Ihe world to get a. pUchlnj got U. 'In tlie fall o 913, wlien the Giant-While Sox world our was started, Faber was tlkei along aa nn. extra Iwlrler. He wai merely a Sox recriifL then, haflT.i come Irojn Molncs on trial. Bu ic doLer mined to show I hose big lea juc birds thai he was n. hlg lesgucr :oot and hi3 stuff VAS so lhat Comlsfeey uied him as a fegula Ihe follow'np season. i Incidentally, Faber learned man; if his liljr league pitching IrJcka 01 lhat lour froni none other lliin Joh J. McGraw, who took a great Inleres n Ihe rookie. Kale? Von- said Jl. But things happen In liasebltlL This big right-hander is an -Inlet! genl gunner with a eouml hurlln equipment and great endurance. Don his class by his Ibis season record. He has won 15 and lost J year for a percentage o .577, Ihe towest rating of Rowland BASKETBAL. The .double bender scheduled for tonight v (a be the best basketlall' contest llils eeason so far.