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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX Til LITHBR1DGB DAIILY HERALD THURSDAY! JUNE 4. Macleod Baseball Team Given Bad Beating Here Last Night in League fixture Hits by Innings LeUibridge.. ..422 101 Runs by innings Lethbridge...... 412 000 LsthiJHdge gave Jfacleod a neat Hi- tie drubbing In the first combat hero cf the .Southern Alberta Baseball lea- gue last 'The score-was 14 to It was anybody's game until the eighth. in-that innings-the Macleod defence exploded, and on the strength of two singles and a bunch of. errors, Xethhridge scored six runs and the argument on ice. Even though Lethbridge bad it on itacleod by several runs previous to the opening ot.that awful eighth, the visitors showed a pace in the fourth ;ahd fifth that gave indications of abil- ity that might disturb the equilibrium :6f the any time, .and it was.this spasmodic display of 'the visitors that made the game un- ;c6ktain until the eighth; when Mac ;Iebd -booted the ball all: over ..the dia- '.iribnd. j." Beazer, the boy from Cardston, was on tha mound for. the lo- 'cals, and he was there with the -'goods. In the first inning Craven, the man up, crashed into Beazer's .offering-for a-circuit but this in ,no wise" disturbed.ihe Cardston. hoy ipr the side fwas retire5 with ind in this next; couple of rounds at ihb fcat Macleod was retired in oue- ;two-three order. Berg, tlie Warner pitching celebrity, twirled. .He Duffy Lewi's v rfuhhpuse-at.the lake tonight. importance, every spoke.Jin :th'e'. wiee'HJs meeting a sticcess. .poirt accorded.-him not altogethep- gilt-edged. Lethbridge poked out four, hits in the first ment.. got a ,EeSl. a and Wray faniied in the. interim appearance It was up to Green; with Uliree on and two down... paid his-polite compliments C- Berg by. smashing the bail over short, and scoring Seideribecher and Mackin. ;-EFass came in on a bum pe'g'to" third and Green eventually scored on Mc- Hae's Beazef, the first up in the second Of course, the Boston Red Sox slumped, horribly last one player who didn't teem to. be affected by It was Duffy the left fielder, who increased his batting average points over 1912, and at pres- ent indications will do better this year.. He hatn't the speed and general irilliance of his .fellow player to his eft, Speaker, but there are mighty ew chances that get away from him. ASSOCIATION .'MEMBERS All members of the Aquatic association, attention! You are urged: Joi forego all-other ven- gagementa toitight in-'favbr' of members SHAMROCK ACCOMPANIE HER AND WAS DWARFED IN LOWERING MAST Forishiouth Eng June 4 rock IV.-, Sir.-Thomas Lipton's new challenger lor America's competitio went' out today lor her first stretching. She was accompanied b Shamrock III..The wind- was fiuks ind inadequate to tost the capacit of the challenger. Under her hug mainsail and sloop foresail.she map oeuvred handilv, hoivever. The lowering mast' of yacht ot :the old fiham Sir -Ihomas Ltpton was on th together with Charles E her designer and Gill Burton, the amateur yachtsman who' is.._to. command ;-the. Shamrock V. during the cup rae-s m -V an waters. DESTROY SANTA ANITA "TRACK Inning for Lethbridge, poled out .a three-bagger, and 'was hit in by a two-pase swat -by Seidenbecher. Green's pass, Davies' double and Beidenbecher's single netted Leth- .bridgevtwb more in, the third. Macleod had the locals stalled for the next'" three innings, while they up'.the balance of their runs for the game. Lethbridge's session at bat ia the third was'-out-short by a double play, when Russell ...hit to short, forcing Mackin at second, and failed to "reach first himself. The play was executed by Latimer, Fields and R. Lee. Hits by Craven, McLaren and Kelly made two runs for Macleod in the fourth. In tlie fifth singles by R. Lee, Field and an infield error secured Macleod another tally, and after that the visitors scored no more. Tlie hoi score tells the rest of the ST. ANDREWS WON A hard-fought football game took place last night on the; north side, St. Andrew's defeating .Westminster by tiro goals to one. JThe.-game was played on the iatter's grqiiads .before very enthusiastic spectators who en- joyed every moment of the piay. ramous California Race Course Be Made Into Golf Links San Franclsso, Cal., June amous Saata: Anita race near 03 Angeles, long a monument to the urf activities of the. .late B. J Lucky} .Baldwin, .will 8don be ho more: Mrs. Anita Baldwin McClaugh- T, daughter of the noted plunger and atron of the cport of kings, on the ve of her departure for Europe, Pacific northwest and, Canada, an- ouncefl last night that she iad ac- uired control of the stock of Uie Los igeles Racing association! and that "Wae-her but the ick, as clubhouse, polo grounds and golf links. _LONCION HORSE SHOW Juiie record list of en -at the -open- ing today at Olympia of the eighth anmiaThorHe show, which lasts until and promises to be one of the most successful of the aeries. LOOK HERE S. S. LEAGUE BASEBALL Knox and' St. Patrick's juniors play tonight at the Barracks. NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED F.C. All players are requested to turn up for training oa Friday night at 7.45 p.m. prompt at Bailey street school. NATIONAL TWO DT BIN DAY FEAT OF LEFTY BUCKLES MED ICINE HAT' TWIRLER YES. TEROAY Boston Brooklyn 1 jclolph and er and Miles. New York Philadelphia Demaree, Schaiter Strand, Kuck- md JMevers and McLean Alexander and KilliEer. St Louis B 1C Cincinnati 3 B Salec and Wirigo; Howan, Adaa and Clark and Gonzales, ;hicago EiUsburg Humphries, Cheney -larmon, Kentlehener, ibson. 6 11 5 1 and Archer O'Toolc AMERICW First flashingtjn 20 York ,_ (I j [law and Henry tilthvell a Cuaamaker. :Second veiv York _ o 3 Engel, Ayer and- Ajers Keitj ad Gossett. First 'biladelphla 10 1" toston 1 b WyckoB and Schang Collins, Coop r and Thomas and Cadv Second 'hiladelphia lOSton Shawkey and Lapp lady 7 14 2 S 11 Bedient ant Louis...........: 7 9 etroit 1 11 1 and" ?Agnew Covclaski Stanage levpland hicago r James nd Schalk 6 10 1 2 1, Cicotte OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB Players are to turn up at the Y. II. C. A. on Friday nlgnt.for training at 8 o'clock sharp. Macleod R. Lee, 1st b.; Craren, r.f.... Ijatimer. s.s Sfaclaren, l.f. Berg, Keiley, 3d b A- Lee, c. Field, 2d b Bender, c.f. Totals AB. 4 4 4 -1 3 4 4 4 3 H. P.O. A. E. 0 1 ..34 4 ILethbridga AB. S'd'nb'cbr, 3d b 6 Mackln, 2d b KuBael, c.f. r.f. Wray, c. Green, l.f. ftlcKae, 3d b Davles, s.s. BsazRr, p..k j .TotaH H. P.O. A. E. 0 4 0 a: o 10 ..41 U'-.ll 27 13 3 Bases on balls: Oil Beazer 2, off Bere 5. Tipi-base hits, Oavien; throe- hit, Beazer; home run, Craven. hit by pitched''ball, HaoMn Wray; Fields and''Lfttlmer.. Struck but, by. BeazerS, Passed balls, Lee and Wray. Wild pitch. Berg. Stolen bases, Letlibrtdge 5, Macleod 3. Left on Lethbrldgg .Maeleod n. of two hours. Umpire, THE TROPHY of Uic Anialcur Lacrosse Championship of Canada Tho CUD was recently successfully ilefomlfcd by Uic Vancouver A. C. r.galnst tha Calgary ChlnookB who sained the right to challenge liy winning the Albcrtn cnaniploiuhlp last season. The liolderB brousht tho cup from To- FEDESAL altimote f J 49 _ 10 11 Wilhelm, rYoung and Jacklit-sch ant usscll; Jjafitte Land. i fji. uftalo _ 3 o ittsburg 5 H Anderson and .Blair Caranitz anc jrry hicago........ 5 13 3 insas City 2 C C Hendrix and Wilson Packard and nzenroth. dianapolis...................... a is St. Louis......................... g Moscley and Rariilen Keupper, Brown and Simons. INTERNATIOXAL Baltimore 4, Jerse5r City Newark 5, Providence 7. Montreal 1, Rochester 5. Toronto 6, Dufialb 1. AM. ASSOCIATION .Milwaukee 4, Minneapolis 3. Kansas City 5, St'.' Paul 0. Louisville ib, Cleveland 8. Indianapolis 1, Columbus 2. PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 5, Oakland 2. San Francisco fl, Venice Sacramento 2, Portland 1. NOBTIIWESTEKN Vancouver 1, Portland -3. Second game- Vancouver 0, Portland 0. Tacoma 3, S5pokane 14. Seattle 4, Victoria 3. NORTHERN Winnipeg 5, Virginia 4. Fargo 8, 6. CANADIAN Hamilton 3, Eric 7. London 1, Ottawa 3. Peterboro 0, Ottawa 0. (Game forfeited lii hintii localise of Brantford 1, St. Thomas 2. Medicine Hat, Juno Buck les owns the town tonight. He mado a. new record fpr brgjaiiiaed. Baseball b> pitching two shut-outs m the one day, Edmonton being -tliB victims. In the afternoon he allowed but four hits and in the oulv three He was going as strong at the finish as at the start In the second Curncs at short was a big taking all sorts of impossible chances. Barth's classy work behind the bat was a feature of both games. First Edmonton 041 Medicine Hat 6 11 0 Spaulding and Lcmieus; Buckles and Barth. Second Edmonton Medicine Hat................... li 1 Bergman and Lemieux ;.Buckles'and Barth. CALGARY BROPS TWO Mskafcoon, June took both ends of a doublc-heider making an. even dozen straight wins; Beer in the first allowed only; two hits and made his eighth consecutive victory Inc. second game Mas Frink in a desperate effort to redeem Mon day's defeat, resulted in his derncked again B'irst- 0 9 Saskatoon...... 340 Batiste and Jones Beer ami Wai :ers. Second algarv 1 11 5 baskatoon S Frink, Ball and Jones Kallio, Ca- dreau and Walters. NO GAME AT MOOSE JAW Hcgina at Moose Jaw, no game, ram. A SECTION OF THE NEW OR AND 8TANB AT WOOOtlNE MACE TRACK the "t last jear being repeated at Urn track in loronto this BOB..CII, a largo new addition lias licen built o the old Btaud seats 6500 NATIONAL w Teir York 23 Cincinnati 26 'ittsburg......................31 n 19 L Pet 13 .639 17 .605 18. .538 IS oOO .t Louis lucago Philadelphia ioston 22_23 '1 22 17 2t) 10 27 AMERICAN 27 'hiladelphia 25 Ictroit 25 t. Louis ..............__ 20 Joston 20 York................... 17 Chicago.................. 18 Cleveland.................... H Pet I.2S .625 .581 .513 .476 .425 .419 .333 FEDERAL W. ,L. Pet. laltimore 22 U .611 20 18 .550 Brooklyn 17 16 .515 ulfalo 18> 18 .500 ndianapolis 17 18 .486 Louis 13 22 .463 Cansas City 18 23 .439 ittsburg 13 .20 .39-1 ST. BASS, B.G., BASSETLAW-LADY BETZ V0nned bv Harry Giddmgs of OakvlHe and present bolder of the Kings .te record of 9 08 45 icr the 1J4 miles mide 111 1911 f FOOML61E TONIGHT LET'S ALL GO The rain will put the field En fine shape for the game tonight at the Ball Park, if it doesn't pour in the meantime. Every football enthusiast In the city Is more or lest InterestedAIn this game to- night between the Callies and' Taber, and the biggest football crowd of the is expected to witness the match Taber team's record is good They drew with the Shamrocks on their own ground on May 8, and though defeated on Mayl26 by :the North Lethbridgo United team, the acore cf 2 to 1; that the Taberites arc of no mean quality, With favorable conditions, a first class game should be pulled off WESTERN CANADA askatoon Medicine Hat oose .Jaw algary W. L. Pet, dmonton 6 16 is 17 i'l 17 .414 OE BENZ WOULD ADOPT BOY Sox Pitcher Sturdy Youngster With Good Arms Chicago, June Benz, tcher of the Chicago American lea- ue club, looked over the children In e municipal court today, seeking to lopt a baby. "J want a good sturdy