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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETimiUDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, June Montreal, June look tte leadership ol the big fo'Jr in lacrosse SaVJiday afternoon by de- teat Ing Toronto at tht Mascot Grounds by a score of ip to 6. Kta- thus renains un- beaten, whslr, as the Nationals lost in Toronto, of the other ttiras 'havfi met one defeat. LACROSSE NOT POPULAR IN TORONTO JUST NOW Toronto, Jane did not have a good fottoning hero yesterday, Tbe first game of tbe Big Four at Hanlan's, tatweeo tte Naticnals, of Montreal, and ebs, was iprit- by a comparatively small crowd. Tbe locaJ turn bad an easy (he final ceore being 7 to 1. CANADIAN AND S. A- DAVIS CUP TEAMS To Play 'n Preliminary Round ComtnenclAg Juno 12 London, June- arc tee reams which will re- present Canlda and South Af- rica in tho ir.-eliGilniirY round of the later-national tourna- ment for the DAI Is Cup to be- played at Qceen's Ciub. West Kensington, on Jone 12. 13 atd 14: Sehwenger, Mayes and Captain South R. L. Leseur, Leach and Qlrdle- ston. ENGLISH TENNIS TITLE HOLDER BEAT CANADIAN May P. Dhon, ttie lawn, tennis champion of the cotmtj' nf succeeded in noldins bis title today sgiinat S. B. P. Scnwea of Bntish Columbia, a member the Canidlatu Davis 'cup team, by a ccore of 6 to 3, 6 to 4 and 7 to 5. As Dixoa will probably be captain nf" the English Davis cup team, the strcnjest Caoadba jer. Th e Canad fans play ite Africans !n the prpllminary round ot the Davis cup committee competition at Queen's Club, Londont on Jure 12, 13 and 14. CHASE IS TRADED New York, June Buse- ci8a Hal Chase has been traded to Chicago Soi, In exchange for Second Bajemau Rollle Zelder and First Bortoa, Mana- ger Prank Chance, of the New York American league announced hut nJsfct. Chance said that after canvass- ing aJl the American league teania, he liad found ihe White Sox tbe onlr ctub -ffillinK to give an equlv- rl.u ior Chase. The other clubs. DEAD FROM BASEBALL HURT Catcher DEts on Way to _Skull Fractured Buffalo, X.Y., May Gteen- 21 years old, 'catcher on a" pro- fessional baseball club at N. Y., died en his Tray to a on a today of a fracture of the caused by a foul tip In a gums yes- trrtiay. The hall struck the player be- the risht ear. _ FQJ_L_.CHAMPIONSHIP Won by Ottawa Fe en Peeved and DfdiVt Take v v v v manager ceclired, dul not seeni anxious to get Chaae. Under any circum Chance that, while he coneldered Chase great first taseman, Hal had fallen cif In hEs battbg. TABLES Vancourer, B. C., June Out-playing tteir oppoaents over two-thirds ol tl.e distance and doubling the score, Vancouver's Miato Cop aspirants finiihcd en ite long o! an S to 4 score, at the New Lacrosse grounds al Hastings Park Saturday before a crowd estimated at close on to DO LL P.C. PMlliielphla 22' 11 Broo'slya.... 21 15 .553 New Yori 21 16 .563 Chicago 21 20 .512 PIKsbLTg 19 20 .487 Boston 14 20 .471 St. Louis 18 23 .452 Cinclnmti 15 27 .357 BIG FOOTBALL BATTLE; TOMORROW. NIGHT TV. b P.C Philadelphia 27 10 .730 Cleveland 23 11 .72c Wasllfeston 21 17 .55: Chicago 23 SO .53: Boston 17 22 Detroit 18 26 .4M St. Louis 17 29 .37( New Tori 10 27 .27 Tomorrow night's game between the Ca'lies and the Sons of England is expected by tht soccer f2ns to be the tit-faff of the season. This will be the first meeting cf the two teams in this year's league, and as has always the cats during the Izst four or five years, in ever since the city {Erst organized a soccer league, will no doubt prove to be a fine exhibition of the Old Country gams. The Sons have beaten by the CalHes In fbr three by somo very narrow margins, but cash year have come up smiling again, confident that" things will come their way eventually. The Csllies have only play. ed..one gsme so far in this TV. L. P.C Columbus 21 15 .58 Kansas Clly ...v. 25 19 .57 Louisville 23" 19 .51 Milwaukee. 24 20 .5i Minneapolis i... 20 23 St. Paul 18 21 Indi'acapolls 17 -n .43 Toledo 15 23 .34 MACLEOD DEFEATED SATURDAY BIO SCORE WARNER PITCHER'S HOME RUN (Special to The Herald) Warner. May Warner baseball team defeated Macleod in a District League same here todsy by 15 to S. Dapper, of I'incher Creek, tvriried th'e ball for Macleod, but .-vis np puizle for ibo local batsmen. -The visitors -were first to score, bringing a run acrces in tbe second. Warner until tbe third, uhen too runs came over. Another three in the fourth made It 6 to 1 In favor of tho home squad. Jliclcod score! one In the lifib. and seventh, and in the ninth broke through Warner for five more counts. That in no wise evened up matters, for Warner had piled up seven ruus ia the seventh and In the eighth, which give them a commanding kail. The game ivns by no means air tight The winners hno nine errors, the others sir. Berg. Wan.er's pitch er, rapped out a hor.io run, which 1125 National OIAS'TS OUTPLAYED RF.DSX Cincinnati, June York de- feated Cincinnati today by better all round playing, by a score ol 4 to 1. N'ew York secured Us hits in all but Gorril, Murphy