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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Philadelphia's Pitching Staff i Showing the Strain of Hard Work Same Old Story in.the Ameri can League-Nothing to it but the Athletics New York, July features ol tiisebaK during the week just- ended kicking players wlio got in It took two hours seven and a was caused had wlUi the fans, which de by the ever-lasting rumpuH ivhlcli was kicked up by Redmond nnd 'his men over tho decisions of Umpire McDon- ald, with the exception of two df- clslorus, both in the second game, and neither of which figured in tho scor- ing, McDonald looked Ilka a real um- plro and did his work well. However, the Dlrda have apparently not yet for- gotten that forfeited Bnme al the Mat and some of the language they used when ndrcsslng the arbiter, waa any- thing but proper. 3poncer was espec- ially offensive nnd throughout each inning of the evening fame, lie kept up a tirade n< remarks at the umpire which would two gotten him suipen- ENDjiluii iiv niiiidsi siiy oti The bachelors of the C. P. R. freight office, pot one over en the married kdama Park, tho score, beinjj 3-1, Izing iimi" the Birds have Only one Caleb, McDonald let him get by with j .Oavln pitched great ball, allowing .little -alneles. VTestminster girls had everything their own way in their game last night with St. Cyprian's. The score was 15 to 0. The team: Westminster: Misses M, Davis, A. 'Miller, Daisy Drlukoll, Pearl Robert- son. May TnrriB, M, Butler, Elate Mat. eon. Another gnmo JE scheduled Wodnes. day night between .Westminster and St. ANOTHER VICTORY BY LONG MARGIN 'FOR AUSTRALIANS Clever Antipodean Ton' Much for Combined Tearr-s of Canada Jntf States Philadelphia, July 7. Thn A Han -cricketers defeated tho cntaUves ot the and Canada, in the test match, completed today on the grounds of tho German, town cricket club, by one wicket and 409 runs. Tlip visitors declared their second innings closed, aftcc scoring 414 runs for a total of otne wickets, -with rdsley, who Tv-as not out, scoring 1.42. Tho United Staten nnd Canada team ras retired lof their seconod fnnlngi oi a total of L50 runs. II. A. Fnrnesg, wllh 41, msdo tha highest score foro the defeated side. A. Ifoskins, tha Ne'vr .York playtT, was bowled by Crawford for n tola! of seven rung. If. S. Reid, ot Toron was run out after whllo P. H. rOTliO" "pliVMH, bo when hia (Oial "nas Goodman, of Montreal, scored four. Tho Australians had scored In :helr first Innings last week, aud Hit Unltcd'Statcs and Canada 30. 18 runs, the .other To- Kmtry F. C, ;