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COLTS WIN THROUGH
SUPERIOR PLAYING
Roanoke Tries Hard to Overcome Offensive Tac?
tics of Griffi i but to no Avail?Pitcher Bur
leson Driven From Mcund in Fifth.
Virginia League
RUM I.TS VESTEHDAY,
lllchmoo?i dt Koanokc, -I.
Portaraoutb, -> Norfolk, I.
Petersburg, Ii Newport New?. 3.
STANDING OP IHK CH IIS.
Club. Won. I.
Peteraburs ? 33 is
Koniioke .I- 22
Itlchmond .... 211 22
Portsmouth . . 27 21
Norfolk . 2S 24
Newport Newa. 2:1 211
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WHERE THEY IM.AY TO-PAY.
Itnunok?. nt Richmond.
Vorfolk nt Portsmouth.
\en-port New* nt Petersburg.
Bi.-hmend outplayed and outhatted Roan-j
eke yeturday. which account* for the Colt's
victory at to 4. Then- was more ilash und
morn accuracy in the piny or the locals and
heller ndvantagc taken of opportunities. '
Everything- went a Ions pleasantly chough
to- the \i?n..r? until the fifth Inning, when
r, qu.irtrt ol lih.glvs and a sacrifice hits
caused Iho hoisting ef Pitcher Burleion and.
the tubstltutlon Bftrd.
Theje four blnglei really won the same,
f'.r the Colts had annexed a couple of tal?
lies In the opening frame, which, added to
the tine which came over as a result of
tbi bombardment, mad* a total <>' live. Of
course, one mote raine over, but" ll really
ol'lr.'t help any, because ihn best Ftoanok?
otild do in all nine l.oxi-s was io k.:; rour.
It h-iij n ntj, nnd tuck nff.Hr at t!:nt. Roun
eke Jumped from the barrier In the first.
Graham hlngle.l conclusively and well, while
German ?en: him along with a sacrifice,
Hollaed briiiKlng him homo with a healthy
clout to centre. The Colt? braced In their
part of the same frame nnd brought homo
tTo, juft by way of showing that they were
la tha tight. "SVhat bn.-.:8 It that a couple
of errr>r6 helped out. Thnt's nil In tho gum*.
Otiffln started th? fun g!th a single to left,
firnff get a life on I.nfltte's error, and the
t?o advanced on Pleurney'i sac-incc. Grl(
trrred while Rennen wns going out, nnd
Graff seortd on Burloson'a error.
Ro.moke made It a tie In the second by
feline one across on three hits. It romaln
ed easy untl! the fifth, when the three re?
ferred to above trotted over the plate. After
Thar Rnaink' mnde a desperate tr> to come
buck, three hits isttd a pa IS netting two In
the ?am? fifth. Rat that was all.
Harvey Pnssey pitched his first came rnr
the locals, and while he wai hit hard, aplen
dld fle.dlr.g saved him from danger when
danger was near. Three fast double plays
marked the progress of the game.
While nothing really sensational happened,
Everybody's wearing it
"Chalmers
The high-low
collar for now.
\5cTwofir25
Sold by most
?ood dealers
fCJSUIZ. COO.V 6' CO.
flAKCJtS
rsfo.v. .v.k
SOLD BY
Miller & Rhoad gl
Don't fall to nttend our
UIRSE.YSON BA1.B of CliOTIHXG.
7/3 ?.?/fOA?
Take the
Sunday Outings
TR UNS?3?.Tit A IX S
Every Sunday,
P:.10 A. M? I) A. M, nnd 12 Noon.
Round
Trip
TO
OED POIX1 OCEAN VIEW
nrcKitoi: NORFOLK
PINE UEACII POKTSMOI TH
< APE II EX It Y \ a. It l: \t ll
Noun trutn curries llinlug, ear. In
whrch luncheon n>ay be s-'tured, ser
vito a la carte, arriving- Old Point 0
P. M . Norfolk. 2:86 P. M.
ENJOY TUB COOL Ol' THE EVENING
AT THE SE ISIDE.
Octan View paasenge.rs should take
8:3j tram, making direct connection
a,; Old Point.
Virginia Reach passenger.' must take
* A M. train.
NoOn train g'ves seven hours at the
eea-side.
fe:30 and 9 A.M. trains give ten hours
Returning, )ea.ve Norfolk 4 and S V M
Jteturning. leave Old Point 4:2B ant
8:46 P. M.
C. & O. passe..,ge-s ein remain a'
&cear. View unt.ll J 30 P, M.
\\ EEK-ENII It I TBS.
Tt-ckets also on sab- Fridays and Sat
urda.yr, good returning on all tra't.1
until Monday.
Old Point and Vorfolk, S3 Round Trip
Vlrerlnlo Bench, S3.2>1 Hound Trio.
h* buyer wn
?mobiles will own a
tUi
Jones Motor
Car Co.
Avenue and Rrcid StreeL
OLD HENRY
you
Pure and Wholes.-.:!:.-. Ask
Dealer.
STRAPS, GUNST A CO.,
Platlllera and Diendrra of l ine Whir
key a
it was oiip of (hose methodical. ??<i;-planned
gam**, which keep the fans on .edge and
turniih mi afternoon of aoud sport. The
score;
Richmond.
A B. It. It. O. A. E
Griffin, 2l>. 6 3 2 4 l
lirnff. ,:i>. Sil 140,
FJournoy, cf.3 l l 3 0 o,
Bennett, rl.3 o o i o u!
Raley, :b.4 l S is ? u
Strain. If. 10 1 10 0'
Diecontss, 5s.i e 2 2' 7. e
Mace, c. 4 0 l 2 4 I ?
Bunsey, p.3 u 1 ? o o
Totals .M ? i: 27 10 2
Roanoke.
AB. It II <). A. K.
Graham, rf. 4 a 3 l 1 n'
Oarman. lb. 3 <> o 12 o 0.
Ginn, cf. 4 12 0 0 1
Holland. If. 3 0 : 1 o 0:
Newton. s>. 4 0 3 a 2 i\
Pressler, 3b.4 0 0 0 7ft
Shields. 2b. ? I 1 2 2 0'
Lalltte, c. 4 o t s : o
Burleion, p. 1 <> 0 o l o
Eftrd. p. 2 ? 0 0 0 1 0
Totals .S3 * 11 2? 1? 2
The score hv tuning': B.
Richmond .2 o o o .1 1 ? o :
Roanoke .Ii 003ft00p-lj
Summary: Two-base hit' -Graham, New ?
ton. Graff. Sacrifice hits-Urnff <-'>. Fleur
noy. Bennett (?>, Garman, Burleson. Stolen
ii;i!.s-MiCi,mjf (5), Raley, Russey. Mace.
Ginn, Flonrnoy (I), Griffin. Double plays ?;
?;r..'l-rim to Lahttei ?tr?n to Griffin to Raley:
Raker to Itnlcy. Lett on bases Richmond. |
; Roanoke. lilts?Off Burleson. :? In 11-31
Innings: off Bltrd. 3 in 3 2-3 lnr.ltiKs. Klrst
base "ii balls?Off Bussey. I; off Burleson. 1.
Struck out riv Bussey, 2: by Burleson, I; |
t>y <::ird. Time of game. 1:30. Umpire,
McBrlde.
COLLEGE CREWS
MEET IN ANNUAL
C0NTESTST0-0?Y
Each Year Sees Increasing In?
terest in Harvard-Yale
Rowing Races.
New London, (Tonn., .lune 20.?The
program of the Harvard-Yale rowing
races, to bo contested to-morrow over
the Thames course, is as follows:
l'rcshman Klght-Oatod Race? -Start '
about 10:30 A. it. Distance, two miles, 1
beginning at tho railroad drawbridgo
and finishing two miles upstream, oppo?
site tho Navy Yard. Present record
for upstream course: Harvard freshman
crew of 1507. 0 minutes and 3>>Vi sec?
onds; record for downstream course:
Harvard freshman crew of 1859. 3 min?
utes and 33 seconds.
Varsity Pours?.Start a; conrluslon
of freshman ra<-e. Distance, two miles,
beginning at the Navy Yard and flpisli
Ing two miles up the river, opposite the
Harvard quarters at Bod Top. Present
record: Yale crew of. 1?0!>, 10 minutes
and 33 *i seconds.
Varsity Bight-Oared Huce?Start be?
tween 0 and 7 I". M. Distance, four
miles downstream, starting opposi'.o
Harvard quarters at lied Top and fin?
ishing at railroad drawbridge. Pres?
ent Yale-Harvard Thanns record hell
by Yale crew of 1S>>>, 20 minutes and
10 seconds over downstream course.
Y'ale crew of 1907 also holds the up?
stream record. In tho same time, 20
minutes and 10 seconds.
The aquatic duels between Harvard
and Yale, which began on Like YVin
nipiscogeo sixty years ago, and which
were continued at Worcester, New Ha- I
von, Springfield and finally on the
Thames at New London, antedate nil
other Intercolloglato sport. There have
been many Interruptions since, that first '
Struggle in the heavy working boats, so
that the regatta this year Is the forty- '
sixth meeting of the two oldest Amor - ?
lean universities In what many of the j
graduates r^card as tho American :
sporting classic.
The Interruptions came during the 1
war, In the early seventies and In lS'jii '?
anil 1897. Tho racing began with two
nille contests, but the course was grod
USlly lengthened, and sinco 1S7>; it has'
been four miles. There have been sev- j
oral attempt! to bring It hack to three
miles, especially after hard contests, :
when some of the young oarsmtn have |
collapsed under the strain, but so far
[the effort has met with little oncour-;
agement.
Y'ale is credited with having won1
twenty-three of the races and Harvard |
with twenty-two so that a Crimson vic?
tory this year would tie the long series, j
Tue fastest time ever made on the
Thames was by the Yale rrnw of 1SSK.
which covered iho four miles in 20
minutes ami 10 seconds. Tne fastest
Harvard rrrw was that of I8?fi. Which
rowed the four miles In minutes and
44*4 seconds. The slowest time by a
winning crew was that of Harvard in
1885. which paddled over the courso
against a head wind in 2ft minutes and
I5M seconds. The slowest llmo by a j
losing crew was when the Yale stroke
collapsed four years ago. but rer^vcred
In time to help the shell over the lino
j In 27 minutes and li seconds As liar
i vard won this race by 3 minutes and :!.*>
I seconds, it was estimated that ti e dif?
ference between the two was seventy
I two boat lengths, the longest lead ever
attained by :t winning crew.
? Harvard had great success In the
early racing, and up to 18Sf, the Crlm
; son had won fifteen races to seven
fot the Blue. Then there came a Yulo
. rally, and in the next nineteen con?
tests. Valo won sixteen, to three for
Harvard. Tho Blue streak became so
[pronounced from i&jO to 190?, the
Crimson failed to score a single vic?
tory. But since 1908 It has been noth?
ing b it Harvard on the Thames, there.
b,< a decided slump In rowing by
the N.-w Ha\en crews.
In connection with the !yarslty race,
j the freshman crew of the two uni?
versities have been meeting freuuent
i ly In eight-oared contests, and sinco
1898 those 'vnrsUy substitutes who
failed to Vct plnccs In the big boat
have been gtven contests In four
oared shells.
In these freshman races Harvard
has won <tRht. to four for Yale,
while in it-.e substitute fours. Har?
vard har. captured nine, to four for
Yale There was no freshman race
in lSD'j, while that ?f 190J was a dead
i heat.
Kach year sees Increasing Interest
I in the."=e contests. The observation
trains which accompany tho crew on
loth sides of the river are mied with
cheering and flag-having collegians
while at the finish' great fleets of
yachts and steamboats add to the dm
which welcomes the two needle-like
uI shells and they flash down the long
'lane of river craft.
ALL HIS PLAYERS
Giants Defeat Boston in Alleged
Game by Score of
21 to 12.
Boston. June 20.?The Olanti defeated the
Boston to-day In an alleged game of ball by
a store of 21 to 12. In addition to Hie run*
?cored some record statistic! were recorded.
Eighty-two men went to bat for a total of
thlrty-tti.\ hlta and thirty-three runs,
eluding a bunch ot doubles and tlirec-bag
bers and three home runs. New Vork wound ,
up the paatlma by butting In seven ruiu In.
the tluul Inning, but they had nothing on
Hosten, as the Dean Kater* let looae with
ten in their half. McGraw used three catch?
ers, two pitchers, three second basemen :??>?
two men in every other position, und then j
hoJ to stop, as he had no more player*, j
Huston worked three pitchers, but they ull,
Idoked alike to the Olant*. ?core:
Boston. New Vork.
AB HO A E AH Hp a E
MD'ald. 3b 4 2 2 2 1 ?Pnodgrass 4 1 4 1 0
Ot'P'ell. ct. 4 1 4 2 ODoylc. Jb.. 4 o 2 0 0
Sween-y. 2b i l 2 2 OShafer. it.. ? ? , ft
Klrke. If... C 2 I ?) o.Merkte. lo 3 - - I
Miller rf... 6 i 1 <? '> ?'"?'? .','?! , ? o a
Heuser, lb t 4 t l oMurray. :
o'Rok., *si l 2 l e.M<rick, ft J o i'.
if line e toil o Heeker. rt. 1 1 1 o '>
??hfi'.VM'i o 4 i iDevore. rf. ? a l o o
Hogg. p.... 3 10 1 0w?|Uon (. ,17 10;
Hartley, c. u >? n o o'
Kiefer. ?s. f. 2 2 2 ?,
Wiltae, p.. I :l 2 1 0:
Shore, p .. n o o o o
Totala ..,4118 2110 2 Totals ...li:0 2T t> i)!
'Whltchouse, catcher.
fSnodgrass, venue Held and second base. I
beere liy Inning?; R.
New Vork.; 2 5 2 0 1 2 0 7?.1 j
llofion .ti o 0 i) v o 1 1 10-12
Summary: Runs?Snodgrnss (.2), Doyle <:.'.
Phafer tl'j. Merkle |3). Uurns, Murray. Mc-1
[?ormlck. Becker. Herzog (3), Myers. Wl'.aon !
(J), Flotch-r. Wlltsc. .McDonald. Campbell,
Sweeney, Klrko (2). Miller (3), Houaer >:'.'
O'Rourke, Ho^g. Two-baF.> lilts?Wiltse,
Myers, Doyle. Housor. Three-baa.- hit?Me- i
Donald. Home run* ?.Met kle. Doyle, Miller.'
Sacrifice hit?Wiltae. Bacrlflce niea?Murray,
Herzog, Fletcher. Stolen oases-McDonald.
Devore (?l. Reckcr, Wiltae. Wilson, Shafer.
itcrklc. Herzog. Pleteher, Snodgrnss. r,cfi
l>n bases?New Totk. 6; Boston. 3. First base
on bnlis?Off Brown. 3; oft Hogg, 5; off
?Wlltso. 1. Strudk out?By Brown, 1; by
Hogg. 4; by Wlltsc. 6. Balk?Donnelly. Wild
plica?Wlltsc. Passed :bal 1?Whltehouse.
L'tnplre*. Brennan and Emslle.
barger is wild in first
Brooklyn. Juno 2u.?Burger's wlldnesi In
tile ||r*t Inning was largely responsible for
the d-feat of Brooklyn by Philadelphia lo?
in), i. to 2. After th.- first Inning he pitched
?la**y ball except tor one bud Innini:. Crav?
ath koi ihre of tsse six hits olT Barger, two
.if them being corking home runs. Score: 1
Philadelphia. ah h < > a f.
A.B 110 A BMoran, rf. 4 : ;? 0 "
Paskert, cf .1 o 2 0 0Cut'aw. Hi 3 i 2 o o
Downey. 3h 4 t .1 0 OHum'ei. 3b t I 1 10
;ravatn, ni s : i osmith. Ib.. 21110
Maate. If.. :; I I (i 0 Fisher, lib. 0 n 0 ft n
lAiderut, th 113 0 OPauh't. lb f. 0 R O 0
Knnbe. 2h. 3 0 2 ?( 1 Wheat. If. 3 1 2 ft 0
Dot in. *s. 4 a 4 0 ?Dntv. rf.... I 0 :i " 0
Klillfer. c. 4 0 4 1 lTooley. bs. 4 12 3 0
.?hal'rrs, p. 2 0 1 2 0Miller, c... : o 2 1 ft
Erwin, c... 10 10 0
Barger. p. 3 1 0 4 0
?Northen ..1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...33 fi K S 2 Totals ...13 * 27 10 0
?Hatted for Smith In eighth.
Score by Innings: It, \
Philadelphia .3 0 10 0 0 2 0 0-?
Brooklyn .000 000 100?21
Summary; Huns? Pa* kert (21. Downey.
Cravath (5), Chalmers, Moron, H?mme..
Two-base hits?Downey, Moran. Home runs
? Cravath (21. H?mme'. Sacrifice hit?
Denn.i. Double play?Cravath to L?derusfl
Left on bases?Brooklyn, 13; Philadelphia, S.
First base on balls?Off Burger. 6; off Chalm-|
era, w. stnek out?By Barger, 3; by Chalm?
ers, 2. Umpires, Bason and Johnstone.
t e^l?Ts~ b r^k~e v e n
Cincinnati. Juno 21?Pittsburgh and Cin?
cinnati broken even in a double-header here
to-day, The. tlrst game w.1.1 tan Innings.
Pittsburgh winning out with a batting rally
In the tenth. Although Hendrlx allowed but
live hits In the second game*. Cincinnati
bunched haso on ball* nnd I'lttshurgh'a er?
rors for live runs. Kelly's wild throw to
second allowed two runs to come over, put?
ting Cincinnati in the lear In the fifth.
Sc orts: ,
first game.
Cincinnati. Pittsburgh.
AJi 11 O a R AH 11 O a B
Bescher, If.'. 0 2 0 OHyrne. 3b.. 2 0 2 2 0
Bates, cf... '?? :?? 4 a ? Carey, if.. 0 1 1 0 0
Margens, lb t it". 0 oliyntt. rf.. f> 0200
Mitchell, rf 4 2 ! ft oWagn'r. ss t 1 :? 2 0
Bgan, 2b... 6 1 0 ?'. 1 Miller. lh..o 1 0 0 1)
Ph. Ian. 3b. 3 0 2 4 0 Wilson, cf. ( 2 :: I 0
M'D'uld. ss 4 3 2 2 I M'Car*y. 3b 3 1 1 2 0
Clark.-. .2 1 4 0 fttllbaon. C. 3 2 6 3 0
K.e.v. p... :; 1 0 0 1 K.iiy, c... 0 0100
?tSeverold... 1 ft 0 u 0Adams, p.. 1 0 0 0 0
Caspar, p.. 0 0 0 2 OCole, p. 2 0 0 3 0
Totals ...37 14 30 15 3 Totals ...SS f 30 13 0
*Batt?d for Keefe in eighth.
Score by Innings: R.
Cincinnati .1 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0?4
Pittsburgh .2 1 0000 1 00 8?6
Summary: Runs?Bates, McDonald (I),
Keefe, Byrne, Carey, Wagner, Wilson (3),
McCarthy. Two-base hits?Mitchell, ciarkr.
Three-base hit.?Wilson <2>. Stbten base?
Wilson. Double plays?Wilson 10 Gibson;
Byrne 10 Gfbson to Miller. Left on bases?
Cincinnati, S; Pittsburgh, Hits?Oft o??
par, ... off Keefe. &; off Adams, :.; off Cole,
t'. First base on balls?Off Keefe. 4: off
Caspar, I: off Cole. 3 Struck out -By Coje.
2: by Adams. 1: by Keefe, 3, Wild pitch ?
Kci :, Hit by pitcher?By Keefe. 1. Time
of game. 2 13. L'mpl.??, Rlgler and Planer
second game.
Cincinnati. Plttaburgh.
A It 11 O A E All II O A E
Bescher. If '-? ft 0 0 ft Byrne. 3b.. S 11 1 1 0
Bates, Cf... 2 110 OCarey. if... 4 10 0 0
tOrant . 0 'i ft 0 OHyatt. rf.. 41001
Clark?1 a.. I 0 ?'? 0 OWagn'r. ss 2 13 5 0'
?MM.rsan.s4 4 .' <: ft 0 Miller. Ib.. 4 2 11 2 ft;
Mitchell, rf 4 3 ft 0 Wilson, cf. 3 2 10 1
Bean. 2b... 4 0 3 4 OM'Cnr'y. 2b 4 0 1 ft.
J'lielan. 3b. -112 0Kelly, c... 4 0 f. ft l|
M'd'Sld. as 3 ft t 1 ORendrlx p 3 0 1 2 0|
tSeverold . 2 1 9ft I??Eddln't'n 1 0 0 0 0|
Fromme, p 3 0 0 7 0
Totals ...2t r. 27 14 1 Totals ...32 7 II 17 3
?Msraans, centre nnd and first base.
fSeverold, catcher and first base,
titan for Bates In fourth.
"Hatted for Hendrlx In ninth.
Score by Innings: R. |
Cincinnati ...0 0 0 ; a 0 0 0 ??*, 1
Plttaburgh .rs_0 1 0 2 0 0 0 '- O- It
Summery; Runs?Bescher fl), Orant. Mar
sons, Clarke, Wagner <:>. Miller. Two-base
hits?Marsans. Miller. Three-base hits?
Wagner. Miller. Wilson. Double play -Mc
Carthy 10 Wagner 10 Miller, i.eft o-i bases
Cincinnati, 4; Pittsburgh. 0. First base on
t>alls-?iff Fromme. 2. off Hendrlx, 0. St nick
out?By Fromme, 4. by Hendrlx. 3. Hit by
pitcher?By Fromme. 1. Time of game, 1:50.
Umpires, Rlgler and Flattersn.
GAmTiS won in tenth
1 5t. l.ouls. .Tune 20.?With the Cubs leading
3 ta 2 In th" ninth, two men out and Har?
mon, of the Cardinals, perched on first base, 1
lliiggini slnglefl, advaucinif Harmon to1
second Maitee crashed on< to .entre and
I Harmon scored, llelng It up. Chicago failed
I to score In the tenth. In the Cardinals' half
; IConetchy trlpl'd and put over the winning
. n.n on Smith's long fly to l.eaeh. Score: I
Chicago. SI, l.onlh.
AB ho ax AUIIOAk!
Sheek'd, If. '?? 4 l 2 OHus ns. :'r.. 4 13 3 0'
Schulte, rf. 4 0 2 0 OMsgee. If...*. 2 t 0 I
Tinker, ss., i O Z ti Idlmmer. ss 4 2 1 tj 0
/.tm'.m. 3b. r. ; 4 1 I Kon'hy, th 4 2 s 3 0
1.?i:ch. cf.. 3 0 3 0 OKvun*. rf.. f. 1 ft 0 ol
S.'ler. U. 4 2 7 0 ftSmltb. 3b.. 4 2 0 1 0
Ever*, 2b... 4 2 3 f. OOskes. cf.. 3 2 8 0 0
Archer, c. 4 2 ?? 2 OWIngo. r.. 3 0 B 1 0
I.eltield. p*. 2 0 0 1 llF.IllS . 1 1 0 ft ft'
Brown, p.. 2 0 0 1 oHarmon, p 0 O 0 ft ft
t^alec. p... 3 ft 2 2 0
1 Wille . 1 0 0 0 0
Bliss, e.... 0 0 0 0 11
Totals .,.3913*331] 2 Totals ,..?7 13 3015 1
?Two out when winning run was scored
t Bat ted for Wlngo In ninth.
tTlntted for Sale,, in nlnth
ciikago. ..1 0 ft 2 0 1 0 ft 0 0 3
Bt. J-oals.1 0 0 1 0 I) 0 0 1 1?4
.Summary: Ituns-^el.ulte. I.eacb. EVers,
.Hugglns IConetchy (S), Harmon. Two-bass
hit Archer. Three-Ims? ? hit; - Konet.l, y.
Doubli plsySi Evtra 10 Saier: Hugglns 1.?
I assisted), Hits?Off I.elfleld. 4 In i InnltiKs.
, First bass on balls-Off Lelfleld. t; off
IBrown 1 6truck out-ny l.eirteid. I; by
Bailee, 1, nit b) plteher fEeaeh, Konetohy,
Onk-? Time of game, 3:10. L'niplres, Klcu?
Results in the Big Leagues
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston. 12; New York, 21.
Brooklyn, 2; Philadelphia, <'??
St. Louis. 1: CJIiic iRO, 3.
Cincinna ti, i; Pl>tt?bungh, ? Ulrst
game: 'ion Innin. -
Cincinnati, 5; Pittsburgh, ?"? (second
same). '
Cub.
New York ..
Pittsburgh .
Chicago ....
Cincinnati ..
Philadelphia
St. Louis ...
Brooklyn ...
Boston ....
New York at Boston.
Pittsburgh at Clncinna-tL
Chlcagrn i ? St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Philadelphia. 5; Washington. 0 (first
game t
I'hilndolphta. S; Washington, 1 (.sec?
ond game).
Detroit, 7; Cleveland, 2. ?
New York, S>: Boston. IS.
Chlcatgo-St. Louis: rain.
Last
P.C. Y<!ar
.'101 .527
.603 .654
.586 .629
.57? .37)
.475 ,893
.411 .l"7
.310 .558
.236 .2SI
Washington at Philadelphia.
BOFt in at New Tork.
(No other games scheduled.)
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
n. I.
11
P.C.
.7<:|
.5 .VI
.544
.147
.411
.350
Last
Yvir
.i;2.">
.03i;
.446
r.7u
Club.
Boston .
Philadelphia
Ch'loagti ....
Was hit) ictqn
Detroit ....
Cleveland
New York . .
|St. Louis ...
Lost.
10
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
FIRST OF SERIES
WON BY PIRATES
Britton Outpitches Poole, butt
Both Are Given Brilliant
Support.
[Special to The Times- Dispatch.]
Norfolk, Vo_. June 20.?Britton out
Idtchcd Poolo and the Pirates won tho
first game of tho series from tho Tars
at Bland Park this afternoon by a
?coro of 2 to 1. All the flkins scored
were "homers." Both pitchers were
supported brilliantly In the field. Kel?
ler's catch of Cooper's tly to right in
tho fourth was or.? of tho features.
Tho score:
Norfolk.
AB. It. H. O. A. E.
Dodge, es. :t 0 o l l l
Klrcher, if. 4 o o 'l n ?i
Bigble, if. 4 0?; n o
11 In ton, 2h. 4 l l :; ?_? Ii
Keller, rf. 4 0 0 4 1 0
Wilson, 3b. 11 I) 0 .1 3 0
St nub. cf. 2 0 I 1 0 U
Dusky, c. :: 0 1 ?'. 3 0
Poole. p. 3 0 0 2 2 0
Flnneran, p. l o o o 0 o
Totals .31 1 J !i 1 1
Portsmouth.
AB. R. il. O. A. K.
Becker, rf. 3 0 2 4 0 0
Keating, ss. :> o o i 2 0
N'xon. cf. 4 1 1 2 11 0
Watson, If. 4 0 0 3 0 0
Castro. 2b. 4 0 2 1 1 1
Douglass, lb. 4 0 1 s 0 0
Cooper, sb. :: 0 1 2 4 0
Unrvln, c. 3 0 14 10
Britton, p. 3 1 1 2 u 0
Totals . 31 1 3 27 11 I
Bcore by Innings; ft.
Norfolk .000100000?1
Portsmouth . 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0?2
Summary: Two-bnso hits?Luskvand
Becker. Sacrifice hit?Poole. Home
runs?Hlutou. Nixon, Britten. Stolen
base? Bc-ker. Nixon, t'aatio. Double,
play -Keller to Bigble. Base on balls?j
By Po<ie, ij by Britton, n. struck out?
By Boole, 2: by Britton, 6. Wild pitch?
Britton. Tln.e of game. 1:2$. L'mp're,
Black. Atti n'd?nce, 750.
Woolums fioe? to SpurtrinhiirK'.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lynchburg. Vu.. June 20.?Part V.'ool
ums, for 1 wo seasons and a half tho
first sackt-r of the Lynchburg team,
when the management didn't have a
candidate for the Job, which always
came bu' It to the Denver lad, left
last nigh for Spartanburg, where he
has sinn d for the remainder of the
season.
In accpting terms with Spartanburg
Woolunw turned down an offer made
by Manager Grim, of Newport News,
accepting the otter from the Spartan.-'
because there was more money theru
than in Newport New?.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
At N'ashvllli Nashville. ?: tMrm.
phls. I.
At Chattanooga: Chattanoogo. 10:
Atlanta 7.
At Birmingham: Birmlnghaf, 8; New
Orleans, 0.
At Montgomery: Montgomery, 5: Mo?
bile, 4. ?
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
At Baltimore: Baltimore. 3; Mon?
treal. 1.
At Jersey 1 ? Jersey City. 1: Buf?
falo, 0 (first game); Jersey City, 2;
Buffalo. 0 (<. md, game).
At Newark Newark, lj Toronto. 4.
At Providence: Provdencc, 17: Ro?
chester. 4.
GAME FEATURED
Miller Outpitches Hedgcpeth,
and Champs Lose to
Shipbuilders.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Petersburg, Va.. June 20.?In a game 1
repleto with sensational Holding thu ;
Shipbuilders defeated tho Champs this
afternoon. Fast lnlleldlng figured in '
four doublou. the last one In tho ninth
Inning, when tho Champs had two men
on bases and ono out. being made by
Wolfe, unasslstrd. The outfield work
of Krebs and Spencer for tho Champs
ni.ri Klohhcrger and PletsS for the V S'
ttors was brilliant.
Miller and Hedgcpeth both pitched
finely, but Miller had tho bist of thy
battle. in al critical times he j
wus at his best and his support was
best when men wt rn on tho bases.
The batting of Spencer. Tcnnant and
Rddgers added mu?.h t,, make the
game a thoroughly enjoyablo <?ne. The
score:
Peteraburtr,
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Morrison. If. 3 0 0 0 0 0
M?sch, as. 4 0 1 3 3 0
Spencer, rf. 4 0 2 1 0 uj
Krebs, cf. 4 0 14 0 0
Barn et t, lb. 3 o o s l i
Howedell. 3b. 411420
Morganrath, 2b. 4 0 1 0 2 u
Brennan, c. 2 0 0 o 0 1
LauKhltn. c. 10 110 0
Hedgepeth, p. 3 0 1 p 0 0
Totals .32 ~1 ~7 27 7 2
.Newport New?.
AB. R. H. O. A. K.
Tennant, cf. -> 1 2 m 0 0
Elcltberger, If. ill 4 1 0
Wolfe, 11.. i o 0 11 0
Bales. ?b. 3 0 1110
Oy lor. . 3 0 1 0 1 1
Pleisi rf. 3 11 1 2 0 i>
Slavon, hs. 4 o 0 :t :: 2
Kodgers, c. 3 I 2 6 0 ?>
M ller, p. 3 0 0 0 1 0
Totals . 32 3 8 27 10. . 3
Score by innings: R.
Petersburg .00000010 0?1
Newport News .2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ? 3
?Summary: Two-base hits?-Hedgepeth,
Spencer. Three-'base hits?Elchborger,
Rodgers, stolen bases?Spencer, Bates!
(2). Double plays?Morganrath, Busch
to Barnett; *W'olfe to Slaven; Howedell
and Barnett; Wolfe, unassisted. l$a.*o .
on balls?By Miller, 2; by Hedgcpeth,
4. Left on bases?Newport News.
Petersburg. 4. Struck out?By Mill.-:-.
I; by Hedgcpeth, 6. Time of game,
2:oo. Umpire, Orth. Attendance, S11O.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Milwaukee: Milwaukee, fi: Min?
neapolis, 2 (first game); Milwaukee, 6:
Minneapolis, f. (second game).
At Kansas City: Kamas City. 13; St
Paul. 1.
At Louisville; ly)i:lflvllle. 11; Indian?
apolis. 7.
At Toledo: Toledo. 4; Columbus. 0
(first game); Toledo. 0; Columbus, .",
(second game).
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Macon: Macon 4: Columbia. 0.
At Jacksonville: Jacksonville, S; Sa
vannah. 4.
At Albany: Albany. 14; Columbus. .">.
APPALACHIAN LEAGUE
At Bristol: Bristol, S; Ashev'lle. 0
At Johnson City: Johnson City. 10
Cleveland. 4.
At Knoxville; Knoxville. 6; Morr e
town. 1.
In the Wake of the Game
By Gus Malbert
F. J. Moi al eo, of Washington, ls
very anxloua I . have the Robs como
over to 1... ? ... for exhibition games
to-morrow an I Sunday. If he Is will?
ing to put i.p i ifflclent guarantee, tbo
Robe may t.. :>? t he trip. They will bo
Idle those two <lnys. and can leave
from Washii . ton direct for PlUts
burgh.
A meeting I the committee which
solicited the $11 oiiO needed to finance
tho club will bo held to-day at 10
o'clock to hear a positive definite re?
port from President Henderson, after
which tin- call for tho rest of tho
money Btibsorlbed will be mn***. Pres?
ident Henderson has been advised
that tli i' ;. ,,,, deposit here 52,000
as guarantee that tho itienmond club
will finish tho season. What the
Richmond men want now Is assur?
ance that the other fl"? cities have
done the Hm .. Uilng. ond It must bo
done quickly Klchmond has the best
ball club j., the league, but the ball
players, as well as tho public, are
Easy to tlo the cravat In and to
notch on. :>vui buttonholes, which
makes buttoning easy. 2 for ?3c.
Clqm, p?.body tr Cwt. Mifan, Tror. W.T.
getting impatient. It ''is probable <
that everything will be definitely set- j
tied at tho meeting tills morning.
President Henderson has practically
assured the local business men that '
there would be six clubs In the league, i
! and that they would start playing
regularly scheduled games next Thurs?
day.
The fans at Broad Street park yes?
terday saw a real game of baseball.
Bussey /pitched an excellent game,
heady and steady at "11 times. He
had practically perfect control. Still 1
tho fielding behind him is W.l'at count?
ed most. Willie MrComaa grabbed ;
everything which came In sight and
tliTew with nn accuracy Winch would
put him up In the. big top if he had
; just a little more heft.
Every single member of the club got
his healthy wallop with tho exception
of Bennett. Unless this latest recruit
siiows something more he will be let
out, and it is not Improbable that
Fred Lucia will be resigned. Charley
Strain played a good Held and hit
just at tho right moment, driving
Raley. Griffin led all with three clouts
to his credit.
Now watch the members of tho "I
told-you-so" family begin shouting as
Washington goes down the slide. Four I
out of five to Philadelphia comes pret?
ty nearly telling the difference In the'
two clubs. Logically Washington
should -finish fifth or sixth, certainly
not better than fifth. The youngsters
are going at top speed. They lack
the stamina to go the long lane, and
when tho veterans are rounding Into
form and beginning to hit their xtr'de
Grlfllth's youths will be falling by the
wayside. Not that ono should try
to detract from the really marvellous
performance of winning seventeen
straight games. Sixteen, of which were
gs mered * awny from home. It will
long stnnd as a1 record.
Some ball game that between New
York and Boston. Twenty-one runs
to twelve runs comes pretty nearly
settln gtho record In the majors for
LJJils Macon. at least.
Athletics Win Double-Header
Through Fine Pitching of
Plank and Brown.
/Philadelphia. June 20.?The Athletics won
their seconil straight double-hcuder tills
afternoon from Washington through the
superb pitching of Flank and Brown. Tho
visitors scored only one run In eighteen In?
nings of play. Thu Champions hit Englo
? nil Cavhlou hard, Baker ugaln starring at
.lie bat. Bcore:
FIRST GAME.
Washington. Philadelphia.
AU H O A E AJJ 11 O A K
Moeller, rf. 3 0 2 0 0 Lord. r?... 3 1 u o u
I'.Tt-r. !b.. 0 1 3 OUIdrliiK. cf 4 1 4 0 0
Milan, er... 3 1 2 0 OColllns, 3b. 2 0 3 3 1
Jandll, lb . 3 l a l oBaker, 3b.. 32200
-nanKs. lt. I 1 0'0 OStrunk. If. 2 0 3 0 0
Morsen. 203 021 oM'lnnl?, ;?? -..??> ??
M'Brtdr. ss 4 0 4 3 lUaro, us.. 4 0 j I 0
William*, c 3 1 4 3 U Egan. c... 2 0 4 2 0
ICngei. p_ 2 0 0 1 o'l'liomas. c. 1 0 1 3 0
Uoehllng, 1. 00 ul'lauk, p.. 3 I! 0 3 u j
?Schaefer... 1 1 0 0 0
'Henry _0 0 ? 0 0
Total? ...23 5 2111 1 Totals ...27 8 27 13 11
?Halted tor Bngel in eighth.
Ulan for Gandli In ninth.
Seorc by Innings: R.
Washington .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-.J
Philadelphia .0 1 o 0 0 3 0 i ??3
Summary: Runs? Lord, oidring. Collins,
Hak? r 13), Two-bags hits?l'lank. Bchaefer,
Milan. Three-base hll--Meiltiiil?. BaerlMcS
lllta Strunk. Lord, Collins. Sacrifice lly ?
Strunk. Doublt plays?MoBrlda to Gandli.
Collins to Barry t<> Mclnnls; Williams lo
McBrldc; Thomas to Barry, Lett on ba?.?
-Washington. ; Philadelphia, (,. pirat bus-:
"ii errors?Philadelphia, 1. Washington. 1
st.ii. n bases?Baker, Moinnls, lilts?Oll En?
gel, V In 7 Innings; orr Hoehlln?. 1 in I In?
ning. First bass 011 balls?otr Plank, t; oil
Engel. 1, ?fr Uoehllng, Btrtock out?By|
Plank, f.; by Engel, 3. by Uoehllng. I, Wild
pitch Jtoeliling. passed ball ?Williams.
Tlmo of game, 2:05. Umpires, O'Loughlm
und Egan.
SECOND OA.ME.
Washington. Philadelphia. -? <
Ait it O A B AI? H 11 A E
Moeller, rf. 4 0 4 1 OLord. rf... 3 0 S 0 0
Poster. 3b.. 4 0 11 uOidrlng. cf 4 0 2 0 0
Milan, cf... 3 13 1 OColllns, 2b. t C 3 3 0
iandll, 10.. 4 3 3 1 uBakcr. 3b.. 4 3 0 1 0
? ai. ... It. 4 1 0 1 GSUUilk. If. 3 1 3 0 0
Morgan, 2b 4 1 1 ; u.M iiiuia, iu 3 3 c 2 u
M'llrlde, ss 2 0 6 0 IBarry, ss.. 4 17 11
Henry, e... 3 074 Wat, c. < 1 4 b 0
Cushion, p. 3 1 0 4 OBiown, p.. 3 1 0 3 0
Totals ...31 7 24 14 3 Totals ...12 1127 11 1
tscoru by Innings: R.
Washington .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-I
Philadelphia .1 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 ??8
Summary! Runs?Oidring. Collins * 3 ?,
Baker, Strunk (t), Brown, <>andii. Three
base hit*?Baker, Lapp. Sacrifice hit?Lord.
Sacrifice ny-sMcUride. Stolen bsses?Collins,
Kalter. Strunk (3), Double plsys?Brown to
Collins to Melinits; Harry to Mclnnls. Left
on basts?Philadelphia, 3; Washington, 6.
Ptrst base- on errors?Philadelphia, I. Wash?
ington. 1 Fust base on balls?<jff Brown.
1: off Cushion, 3. Struck out?lly Brown, 4;
ti] Csahlon, 1. Hit by pitcher?Hj Cssiiion.
: (Moinnls); Time ot game, J:Sg, Umpire*,
u'Luiighlln and Egan.
VICTORY FOR TIGERS
Detroit, June JO,?Th* Tigers drew nine
pastes To-day and cashed 011 four of them.
They also sent around two men who got
life on errors and earned a rjn. making
their total seven, to two for the Naps. Lake
was hit lender than Kahler, but Joe didn't
let them connect with men on bases. Score:
Cleveland. Detroit.
Alt II O A F. A.B II OA K
Grane?. If. 4 0 1 0 Uones. If... 4 13 0 0
Olson, ss .. 4 3 2 1 mush. ss... 2 11 I I
Jackson, rf I 1 1 0 (M-'obb, cf... 3 13 0 0
Laude, lb.. 4 0 10 1 OCraWd, rf. 1 1 3 0 0
Easterly, c 4 1 I 1 1 Dele*!'. 2b. 4 0 3 I 0
Hir ham. rf 4 1 1 0 ijiiulnor. lb 2 .10 1 ti
Turner, 3b. 4 1 .1 4 uMoritv. ?b 1 0 0 3 0
Ilall. 3b.... 2 2 I 2 1 Stanage, e 3 1 3 1 t
Kahler, p.. 3 0 0 8 OLake, p.... 4012c
?Orlggt _ 1 U ? 0 0
Totals ,..35 15:4 15 4 Totals ...24 C 27 12 0
?Hatted for Kahler In ninth.
Score by Innings: R
Cleveland .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-4
Detroit .0 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 ??7
Summary! rtur.s-Olson. Birmingham. Ilu^h
(21. Junes (I), Cobb. Crawford. Oslnor.
Two-base hit ?Hall. Three-base hit?Galnor.
Sacrifice hits?Hai:. Vorlarlty. Bacrlflce r.>
?Morlarlty. Stolen base*?Bush, e'obb and
Jonoa Double plays?Olson 10 Hall to
l.ajole; Bait to l.ujule; l?ake to Hush to
G.ilnor Left 011 bases?Cleveland, 7; De?
troit, fi. First base on error*?Detroit; 3.
First base on bulls?Off Kahle:, f.. Struck
out?By Kahler, 1, by Lake, 2. Passed ball?
Ssterly. Tim..- Of game, 1:35. Umpires, Dl?
r.eea und Sheridan.
BOTH TEAMS HIT HARD
New Vork. June 20.?Tha Boston Heil Sot
easily defeated the Yankees to-day IS 10 >.
Both team* hit the ball hard, nnd the con?
test ?viiK long drawn out. .Score:
Horton, New Vork.
AH II O A B AH 11 O A B
llen'sea. rf 6 2 3 0 IMaln'y, ef f, 2 ? 0 0
Yerk.-s. 3b. I 2 3 3 lOard'r. Ib. C 2 3 3 0
Speaker, ef 8 1 2 0 Ot.'ree. If.... C 2 2 0 0
Lewis. If... < 3 0 0 OSIm'ns. lb. 5 2 3 0 0
?L. Oard'er < 1 3 3 "Zinn. rf... 3 1 R 0 0
Stahl, lb... f. 2 8 0 OHartll, 3b. 5 2 1 0 3
Waaner. Ill I I I I Rtumo. IS. 8 3 11 0
carrtgan, 0 8 3 6 1 OSween'y, c 2 1 6 1 1
O Hrle n, p. 3 0 0 1 Ostn-et, c... 3 ?J 1 n 0
Ford. p.... 1 0 0 I 1
IColdwell .1 0 0 0 0
Shears, p.. 1 1 0 1 0
two I vert'n I I 0 0 0
4 '??Daniels.. Q 0 n 0 0
Totals ...45 1$ 27 11 3 Totals ...41 16 27 6 6
?I. Gardner, third base.
?Batted for Ford In lifth.
tllatied for Shears In ninth.
??Ran -'or Wolverton In ninth.
Score by Innings: R.
Boston .2 4 1 r, 1 :: 0 ???-r.
New Vork.0 0220301 0? S
Summary: Runs?Hendrlcksrn (4), Yarkes
(1), speaker. Lewie. L. Gardner. Stahl (S),
Warner (4), Maloney (8), /.inn, Hartseti.
Stump. Ford. Shears. Two-base hits?Wag?
ner (3), Hendrickson, Shears. Three-base
hits?Lewis. B. Gardner. L. Gardner. Zinn.
Ycrkes. Home run?Wagner. Sacrifice hit?
Terkes. Sacrifice flies?O'Brien. Speaker.
Stolen bases?Speaker, i.'arrlgun. Lewis.
Doable play ?E. Gardner to Simmons. Left
On basis?New York, ',; Boston, S. First
base on errors?'New- York. I; Boston. It.
Hits?1 iff Ford, b) In 4 Innings; ofT Shears,
8 in 6 Innings. First base 011 balls?Off
Ford, 1; off Shears. 2: off O'ltrlcn. 2. Struck
out -H> Ford, 3; by Shears. 3; by O'Brien,
3 Time of game, 2:34. Umpires, Evans ami
Weiterveit.
PETERSBURG IS
NOW SATISFIED
Schedule Changed So That
Goobers Get Six Saturdays
at Home.
Rollins; back the steam roller, mag?
nates of the Virginia League last
night held a session as peaceful and
placid as the still waters of an In?
land lake. All of tho delegates were
not In their places when the roll was
called, but those who were on band
were properly accredited and no pro?
tests were registered. Felicitations
were freely exchanged and everybody
w.cs lav'ah In expressions Of how much
each thought of tho other. Dr. Mc
Crary was not able to he here, nor
had President Boatwright put in an
appearance when tho meeting ad?
journed.
Tho particular question which came
up for consideration was the schedule
"Do YOt* know what the c.ltv Is nsked
TO OIVE AWAY in 'he franchise which
It Is aittcm-ptied to FORCE TtlliROUOII
TtHH CO.\I?lTjrN COUNCIL iYJ-.Nin.HT?
Of cour.se, you do net?tilrat franchise
has never yet boon publish ?d; in faot,
it HAS NRViE/R YET BEEN KiKuU>
BEFORE THE COUNCIL.
halmers
MOTOR CARS
Gordon Motor Company
1UCII.MOND. VIRGINIA.
recently adopted at Norfolk, by which
Petersburg was cut out of several
Saturdays, which tho owners of the
franchise In that city felt they should
have. Klin ore lle'ns, ono of the train?
ers of the new, Bohedulo. and the man
whoso city was most benefittcd, was
willing to make almost any conces?
sions In .favor of Petersburg. Tho
result of the conference was thut
Petersburg receives six .Saturdays 111
homo and a total of forty-six games,
with thirty-six on the road. Roanoko
Just reverses tho situation, playing
thirty-six game at home and forty
eight abroad. Instead of playing in
Itoanoke June 24. 25. 26. Roanoko
goes to Petersburg, tho same is true
Of August 20. 27 and 2.S. Petersburg
i agreed to pay Roanoke'a hotel bills
on these trips. The only other
! change is switching two series be?
tween Petersburg and Norfolk. Peters?
burg was to have played in Norfolk
August 20. ?0 and 31. now Norfolk
will play |n Petersburg Norfolk was
to have played |n Petersburg August
26, 27 and 28, under the change
Petersburg will play in Norfolk.
It was all accomplished In a very
' fow minutes and accomplished with?
out argument.
?'e|ori.,| ll:iArl>ull.
Ti.e Richmond Independents win j>i?y thi
Inter.or i-ltib or tii<- r.,:?rfil l>tmrtm<-nl?l
League of Washington, i>. c, Monday Tun.
day and Wednesday, Monday and Tu*>dti?
games win be played ?> Bread Street Purk:
I Wednesday'^ ?.?,?... ;,; Athletic Park, Four
tretith m<l Bverett Streets, s.<uih Rieh?
tnond. frh? president of the \n'.nrr<\ l>?.
p&rtmentnl i.i>hku? will accompany the in?
terior >'.uh. s>:it? will b- r??'rvi.,l f.,r tvhit?
pstiuiis. <iarn?s called st 4:20 P. M
$3.50 to $5
VALUES
IN
Men's Oxfords
PACKARDS
Now Being Sold at
$2.55, $2.95, $3.45
at the Packard Shoe Shop,
the store that sells shines /or
five cents and gives you the
shoes free.
Try a Pair
of Packards
917 E. Main Street.
SEASHORE TRIPS
Via
The No-Change-of-Cars Route
EVERY SUNDAY
$1.50
Round
Trip
TO
Virginia Beach,
Ocean View,
Cape Henry,
ON
ATLANTIC OCEAN.
2?FAST TRAINS?2
Leave Byrd Street Station, Richmond,
8:10 A.M. and 9:00 A. M.
Leave Norfolk 4:15 P. M. and 7:40 P. M.
Through Coach to Virginia
Beach.
8mu0ement0
Baseball
* RICHMOND
vs.
ROANOKE
Thursday. Friday ?md Snturdoy,
JUNE 20, 21 AND 22,
Game called 4:30 P. M.
Admission. 2.'iC. Grandstand. tRc.
_ (Excursions. _____
RAILROAD V. M. C. A.
Big Basket Picnic
BUCKROE BEACH
June 22, Saturday
Greait day of eports. Prizes for thflj
I wlnneTS. I
TWO It ALT, GAMES.
Train leaves Main Street Station 7:31
I A. M. Returning, leaves the Beach
at ?:Sn
Tickets: Adults, $1. dhiMren and
[ nurses. 60 corrtoa,_'
Y. M. C. A.?6ff3?Y. M. CA.
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