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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta (HTHBKIDQl DAILY HCRALD ANNUAL 500 MILE ROAD RACE AT FINISHED FIFTH Indianapolis, Ind., May Thomas, driving a French car, won fourth 'annual 500 mile automo- bile race here his time being the: record tor the distance, an average of 86.47 miles an hour. This is almost four miles an hour letter than Dawson'.s .time in 1912. Duray, also driving a French car, finished second, about three laps be- hind Thomas. Duray's time was Guyot, -.Thomas' team-mate, Juiish- in third place, his time oemg Duray's speed was miiea and Quyot's was miles an hour. Goux, who won last year's race, finished fourth in Oldfleld, in an Indianapolis made car, the first American to get the checked flag, taking fifth place in OUIMET FRENCH TITLB Francis Oulmei. open golf cltamplon, won the French amateur championship, defeating H. J, Topping, an Am- erican, 4 to a! Ho will ne.tt compete in the British open goif championship tourney in England. NATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES St. Louis i Chicago n Pcrritt, Neilhiui and ffingo bel and Archer and Hargraves. Za- SATURDAY GAMES Kansas City..................... 4 St. Louis 3, 5 3 Packard and Brown; Kcuppor, Grponie and tuartley. Kansas City 3 51 St. Louis i ii 3 Cullop, Stone anil 'Easterly -j Brown and Simon. MfSWNK NATIONAL Nuir York W, 81 PlUihurg....... 21 Cincinnati 25 Si, f 19 Philadelphia..... 15 Brooklyn........ 14 17 L. 11 15 23 IS 18 1M I'.C. .did .019 .825 403 '.-ton MO Pittsburg Cincinnati Harmon .and CHlson Clark. 151 2 Ames and Pittsburg 5 Cincinnati... 5 (Called' on account of SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis............ 4 s Chicago-........................... s 52 Sallee and Wingo; Smith and Archer. Indianapolis............. Chicago Palkcnbcrg and Raridcn and Lauge and Wilson, 021 Hrennan SASKATOON TOOK TWO Saskatoon, June made it two straight fiom the Hatters oy taking the double-header Saturday. Medicine Hat 3 9.3 Saskatoon........................ 450 Martin and Bliss Beer and Wal- ters. Medicine Hat 2 5 Saskatoon................-.. 5 53 Boston Philadelphia Washingtoa.. Detroit W. .618 .015 .690 ".486 .457 .457 .436 .342 New York St. Chicago. it! Cleveland Buckles and Barth Kallio and Wai- New York Brooklyn 13 7 Demarce, Wiltse and Meyers Rog- en, Brown, AHeh, Wagner arid Miller. New York i 4 n i Brooklyn Q j Tesreau and Meyers Reulbach, Al- tai, Bagon and Miller, and Fisher. Boston Philadelphia AF1 UK PROGRESSIVE ATHLETIC ORGANI- ZATION HAS ACQUIRED OLD COUNTRY CLUB HOUSE The Hudson's Bay Athletic associ- ation purchased tie old Country Club house at the river bottom and moved it out to the. lake last -week, where it now rests on the south shore, just over the Widge: The-place is a iour- romnc.il structure and -will be used by the members for club purposes. The first affair to take place at the dab is set for this evening, when the staff Hudson's Bay Co.. will make a presentation to Miss C Priestlv, irho fcarcs :train afterward for the east on the way to her home in England. The association' plans to Indianapolis o 9 1 Chicago i 3 4 Billiard and Warren; Hendrix and _____ Wilson. BREAK EVEN' Pitlsburg L Jaw. June. l.-Millers Baltimore Burger and 'i Baltimore Buffalo St Louis Indianapolis Chicago 22 16 and Jacklilsch. ...wyot. van, uuuc- (U1Q 1 4 I Bronte broke even in a double head- 3 b Calgary made eight runs in one Young inning won Kansas Pittsburg 10-S Baltimore...........v........... 5114 C'amnitz, Knetzer and Bcrrv; Sugjs and Brooklyn Buffalo Houck and Owens Anderson and Lavignc. Brooklyn Buffalo Philadelphia 2 Dolan to have a flood hold j'anie's "and Whal- hit position at third hue on the Si. ing; Marshall, Deschaer, Mattison Louis Cardinals, Hit hitting and and Burns anlj Killilel fielding have been all thit they could L ask for. St Louis Is the foSrfh big' league for Cozy; New York Am- ericans, Philadelphia, Pittsburj St. Louis National, have-all been i visited in hi, short csrwr ancTlt looks Ike he would stay a while In St Louis. Mowery, the old Cardinal 7 1 1 4 _ Calgary 1 10 3 Moose Jaw.................... e 13 3 Loomis and Jones; Janctt and Wally. Calgary .........................u n Moose Jaw 3 9 I PerUns, Gage and Jones Brown' Oaviu and Wally. SNAPPY GAMES Regina, Juno Sox and Es- Aimos divided honors in two snappv games Saturday. Edmonton o ansas City Iv. 11 16 19 1C 18. IS 16 20 Vachtiman' Up For. June Trying le Win spent mil- lions trying to capture a little plecs of imttorod silver that cost less than J500 more than eivty years ago, ana would not be.iuirth onfrtliird of that today. But tliij CKV still represents the supremacy of tjie seas and is treasum lo prized. The tropliy was offered by the Itoy- al Yacht squadron, no't by Queen Vic. torta, as lias been often said, for a between of all nations. INTERNATIONAL W. P.C. Buffalo........ 24 9 0 JQ 2 Ciulcher and Whaling Alexander and Burns. 1 2 third biter, is putting up a great game In Pittsburg. 3 2_ Yingling, Ames and Gonzales Clark, Cooper, O'Toole and fflbson Cincinnati 3 jj Pitfsuurg................... Z" 0 e Davenport and .Clark [-Adams, Cc elmau and Gibson and AMERICAN SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland j 0 Chicago g 16 Benz and Schalk. have many joyful alairs at their club dur- ing the summer season and the mem- bers may well be envied in the hap- piness of their unique, privilege made possible only by a progressive organ- ization. 3 Dubuc NETS HIM OVER I- 3f. Krefder of Calgary is the. lucky -winner of the "Dnltej" Sweep" promoted'at Vancouver on'the result) of the English Derby. Kreider held ticket No. which was placed m the envelope containing tie name Shawkey and Schang; Cols, iVar- St. Louis........ Detroit Baumgardner and Stanage. Philadelphia New York SHAMROCKS AND SONS TOMORROW NIGHT AT ATHLETIC PARK The Shamrocks and the S. O. E, are billed to meet tomorrow even- ing at the Athletic' Park m a City Football League The Sons have lost to the Cal lies, and have, won over the Over seas in the season's games to date. The Shamrocks: :have white record, holding the Taber team and defeating the Callies: -The victory of the Shams over the Callies last -week boosted their stock in public estimation not a little, and there -will Hk61y ha an unnsnaliy large turn-out to see the green shirts battle tomor- ow night with the celebrated- old guard, the s. o.