Charlie, the 10-year-old "littlest expert", shows some newsreel shots of the horse-and-buggy days and comments on the customs, habits, life and times. And then concludes it is better for him to be a boy in modern times as he wouldn't have been able to collect bubble-gum cards in those days.
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The 1905 World Series matched the National League champion New York Giants against the American League champion Philadelphia Athletics, with the Giants winning four games to one. Four of the five games featured duels between future Hall of Fame pitchers. Each of the five games was a shutout.