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First Eltrrea ?rilmiUy.
WBarial to The Tlnua IHanatsB 1
Charlotteeville. Va.. OetafcM I?.-?The
,ajhtj?sjaiir teat which prevailed ta
iday prevented Virginia's varaity feet
fhall elqeea from engaging la a aeriss
lawfi, though a aalf-dosen osaahes
?|vere, om hand ready, to wate? the men
action. BJUy Ototb. one of tan beat
centres ever at Virginia, Joined the
;wnachinaT eqoad and devoted his tiape
its the guards and centre men. Certe
tto Bennett looked after the taeklee
while Head Coach Elliott and Dr. Mad?
dux drilled the ends.
Bennett and CHetk expressed tkem
relvcs as Tory favorably lsj?rsatnd
'with several of the candidates, ate*,
tionlcg especially Maiden. Far row and
Brown. The slant Farrow la omlnc
?fast and it looks aow~a? If as might
land a berth, on the varsity. Maiden
la absorbing* the finer points of the
came and will no doubt be a nature
at tackle. Green.* from tea Episcopal
High School, is exhibiting knowledge
ef the sport and la using- bin IM
sounds ti good advantage^ Wbtk? the
quartet of coaches mentioned shove
was riving individual attention to the
regulars Dr. Natt and Rice Warrea bad
charge of the ttro scrub teams In *>
scrimmage that lasted over a half
hour. The battle resulted In a draw,
neither side belag able to eeere. The
work of the men on the defensive was
of a high order, the hacks generally
being thrown fyr a leas. Neither goal
was seriously threatened. Coletnaa. a
likely candidate for half back, eras
slightly Injured, being accidentally
kicked on the head.
In the long signal practice 1? which
the varsity engaged Captain Tedd was
plsysd at half back, his old position.
His place at quarter back was takes
by Randolph, who baa been diapUytag
a lot of ginger In the past fortnight.
Jvmt what is the exact significance ef
this change is not known. Blancttard.
- the big Cola-ate lineman, sad Ooeeb,
last year's quarter, were - both absent
from practice to-day and will probably
be out of the line-up for some time,
due to additional injuries received. In
yesterday's lively scrimmage Blaaebard
hurt big shoulder and knee. Gooch
now. baa two bum ankles.
Landes, cf the first string, was back
in togs to-day and sbyuld he beard
from from now on. Virginia baa three
games ebead in the next ten days?
Hampden-Sldney on Saturday. South
Carolina on Monday and Virginia Mil?
itary Institute the following Saturday.
The list of cripples' at Virginia Is the
largest In recent years at thle stage
of the season, since.the varsity baa
met no teams of consequence.
The new cyachee la this weak de?
plore the fact that the eleven has each
n poor schedule. Virginia should have
home games with teams la her class,
they say. The eleven will go up
against Vanderbllt and Georgetown
without having bad a real test at
[Special to The Tissas Dasasfih ]
, qarimast. Va_ October n\-A pretty home
wedding took place la Cleeaeaeat on Wed?
nesday sight et the beats of Mia SUea Far
rail, whoa her dsaghter. Miss Bees Magne?
tes?, became the bride et Bsajseds Thee
aere Deiasner. ef this place. The tsftsssay
was performed by Rev. Chsrles B Dessls a,
af Portsmouth. Miss seete Farrvtl. sister ef
the bride, wss maid of keaer. sad witness
Pilsen?r brother ef the grosse, best man.
Mr. sad Mrs. Detesaer left es the sight
seat for points North asd West, sad win he
St home la the Beat sssastea. Clara asset,
after October BL
COBB THINKS SOX
in the flrst inoina; on Speaker** drive.'
which he knocked Sown with file
gloved head aad just recovered la time j
to retire Trie at flret.
Bet the real etar play of the day.!
which X have mentioned before, was!
the catch of Devere off Cady, with
the same in the balance, aad the little
riant aelder salting it tar the Giants.
Boston has shown no high class
pitching- where beta Melhewaon aad
Maruuerd have upset the sled Sox at?
tack aad ear pep eyed support pot
either In treble.
Tens 1? Cefa, SB ?isla?
It's an even Saht with the greatest
scramble In eB world series history.
Thirty-four thaemer-C. the areateet
crowd in Bests*'* hlstery, saw tp
day*e battle, end the aensrat verdict
was nothing short of seven games
weeld deride the tasae.
Rammed up. If Mew York's defense
can settle, the Gleets have the edge
with Teereeu. Mathowsow aad Mar
qussrd left te werk ha tare. The Bad
Sex have only Joe Weed, dal res Col
Una end O'Brien sBJiw far more stuff
than they have ska a a ta date If the
Giants continue eres?tuff, they have'
aa ehem. whatsoever their pitchinsT
and battina. Bat if tear eaa stick
their tkrobblna teeneile lata the sua
baked sod end stick te earth with a
clamp on their aareas. MuOsw m*% three
big guns should pitch Maw Tork ta
Get set far the hurricane to-day
whoa ever 4M*t will see Teereau. the
AVOID THE RUSH
State Fair Tickets
Are oa Sate ma Plow
mammoth, and Wood, the marvel.
I book up for tkelr second duel. The
! -grand eld dope'' baa disappeared up
the trail. There's nothing left but two
I ball clufce throwing; all science to
I winds and fighting blindly, madly,
j eeragely. reeling on. with shattered
nerves, to the championship of the
FOR AUTO MEET!
To ascertain the possibility of securing]
seme ef the famous automobil? driven for
the proposed aatecnobile races te be held
here early next moste, the secretary of the |
Blchwoad aaiamsbfls Show Association
went te Mew York teat night. Be etil ?
far with Starter Wegaer, wee fa fa close
teach with the eare-de*Ss of the race course,
sad will lay safere htm the pleas for the
Richmond meet. It fa believed that the
seances are good for attracting te Richmond
several experts, as the parses aad arises
'wtu be worth contesting for. The date of
the meet ?Iii be decided apea as seen ss it
Is learned wbat ailvese caa be secured, aad
the dates they will be free te ceme here?
tBps rial te The Times PIsaafgh.]
Calpepar. Ta. Piesau is?A Sad bird dee. j
owned by Wade H. Newlon. telegraph opera-}
tor at the bleck station at Dec lair, this'
eeaaty. saddeafy attacked Mr. Bewiea'a lit?
tle afx-year-oM sea. Harald. last Boeder
while the child was reeaplag with aha. The
child was badly bit tea. aad the father killed
the doc aad had bis bead ahipped to the
Shot ear Institute at Baltimore. The iaatt
tete wired Mr. Newloa this saoraiag that
the exam last ion showed the deg had rabies,
whereupon Mr. Xewloa caused the child te
he at eace eaat to the taeOtatv ead as a
farther precastlem had Ms other ehtld. who
BS ? ill ash had been playing- with the dog.
ahm takes to the festtrete. I
I -IIIIU LlUU
_(Continued From Fifth Pace.)
Search Last, b. h. (Porter).... 5 *>. ?
Easter Besure, b. b. (Mariner).. 10 4 0
: Tommy Direct, h. h, (Merrill).. ? ? 7
Kinligbt, b. m. (Macey).0 d
Time of beats?3.12 1-2. 2:12 1-4.
Second race?2:20 trot; purse $000:
Billy, b .? (Ganrett).Ill
Brash B.. ML g. (McOrath)_tit
Guy Nellie, b. m. (Klrley).2 2 2
Jim Redd, b a (Mace*).?44
Stormscud, eh. h. (Summers)... 4 6 0
Major Hart (Baas).6 7 el
Bobolink, br. g. (Rose?.ICS
Time of beats?3:22 1-4, 2:19 1-4.
Third race?2:25 pace; purse $600:
Mary Ellen (Corbin).IIS
Ward Bar. b. h. (McGrath)_3 2 3
Abby WrUondale, b. m. (Reese) 4 4 3
The Beauty patchen. b. a. (Mitch?
Lady Wealth, b. m. (Baas).5 3 |J
Mongolei Barns, b. m. (GuUett) ? d
Tkma at heats 3:10 1-4. 3:17 3-4.]
3:17 1-4. ?
Fumtu race?two year-olds, purse I
625S. daBMaaOt *rs end a half furlongs
?Undo Ohle, in (Kirschbaum), first: I
Spring Dp. 191 (Adams), second; Brash, |
113 (Fergraseon), third. Time, 1.08 4-6.
Blita. Doe Tracy also ran.
Fifth mce?for all ages that bevel
run and not won at the meeting, dee
furlongs, parse $264)?Tahshlra, 113
(Lewis), drat: Deduction. 11? (Denni
eon). secdttd; Galinda, 109 (Chapel),
third. Time, 1:02. Grain. Silver Locks,
Thetis, Gold Check also ran.
Sixth race?the King Corn Steeple?
chase, paras $325, about two miles?
Topright, 149 (Taylor), first: Ben Cole,
lid (Henderson), second; Lady Fran,
cas. ltd (Jackson), third. Tinte,
4:1* 1-5. Otmare TwiHght also ran.
Seventh race?three-year-olds an
upwards, puree $250. one ?alle and a.
sixteenth?Scaegamblsn. ist (Fergus-1
son), first; profile. 109 (Walsh),, sec-j
ond; Agnter, 14? (Chapel), third. Time, |
1:4? 1-6. Rose p., Otogo, Bine
First Peep also ran.
3:24 trot. $6JO?Red Prodigal, b. -h.
GIANTS THIRDS A CK ER
rrniflgait ? MIM. rmlw WUm. Vtvj
William Straft, b. *. Kall? Nerval.
Southern Steele Yards. Wchrnond. Vn>;
Raster, oh. ?.. j. C. Codd. PerteaMrata.
Vet: DtU. b. g-, Anderson, B. Souther
Ismd. Mt Olive, N. C; Boa Ton. hr. h.
The Bondsman. B. Sontherlend, hft
OMve. N. C: Reger Axworthy, Guy Ax?
worthy J. F. Penooet. Frederick ?b?rg,
Va.; Sbx eisend, eh. b-. Boreal. Dr. F.
Sommere. Roanoke. Va; Orlett*. br. c.
Ormonde, W. Sacke, Petersburg, Va?;
Kelly King. Kelly. E. T. Base. B*ca
moed, Va.: Raab B, blk. g, Bkeeknae.
Jene) F. Flory. Bryn Wawr. "Fa: Bar
oneea Tedd, br. m.. Todd. James F.
Flory. Bryn Mewe. P*.; Prcneesa Crex
eua, b? m-? Sidney Prhice. Floyd Broa,
Bridgetown. Va.; Steter Pugh. b. ra,
Greystone. A. RomaccJotte, Wheetoa.
Hl: Gay NeUr^b. m, F -H. Jack sen.
Marberth, Pa. V
1:11 pace. tSOO?Ktng Charlie, b.
Meuabrfcoo Klag. J. H. Betoate, Keller,
Fa.; Ibsro. br. h, TeroHnn. Edge Hill
Stock Farns, Shaweville. Va; Rneeell
Cosine, br. h.. Don Oozbre. J. C Mott,
La Plata, Ind.; Ohe mi Ward. b. h. Re?
ward J, Merrell A Ton, Alteon*. Fa.;
TonxellaD, ca.* g, George W. Dewey.
K. W. WtlMame. IAma. fk; A. O. t, b.
g.. Gomes, A. a IretaA**?r?ee*?. Hl
Third race, parse eta*, three-yeer
elee end up. flee sad a half furlong*?
Thetis. 10t; Cloud, HI; Deduction,
tit; Sergeant Kirk, M; Amoret, 12?;
Senegamblan. lit. . ? jf
Fourth race, parse $22?, all ages. ?*%
furlongs?Royal Onyx, lit; Susan. 111,
Garden of **-?***. ^W.**** ?**
122; Ortees*, '? ttti ? FlxFttda Cea. 12*.
Silver Locks, JUska and fte*
122; Gold Ckecfc, 122: Beadege, 12A .
Fifth race, eteesleeheee, puree, ???.
sboat tar* jadleae-Aronoe,^jJJst
foUo. 122; Bound Brook. 1*2: BealslS.
?120; Dr. Heard. 1W
Stxth race, parse ??A tlrree-year
eMa and up. one gslle Henock. 1*1;
Kmlly lee. 10?; Merkte, 1*4; Agnier.
1947 Bhtek Branch, ?102; Uttla Bn*>
lfFU*x*harnees raoo will he called at
12:20 oclock. First running: race wUl
he called at X oclock.
Saturdays program will include flea
or'more running races,
?Five pounds apprentice allowance
theatre. weScS Staad? at tko Ceattsl Street
end of the Sleek, wee keead several -m
?pel the cost of thee p*? at the sew b,
imj sets* sidwsted at smem 3. W. At
tea ? ca, of
III EIKES CASE;
Jury Is Discharged Alter Being!
Out Six and a Half
[Special to Ths Thnca-Dispatcs.J
Danville. Vs.. October ?-After taki sat
Stx hours ana a halt It was aaaoasssd at ?
?'clock this ?Tsnhur by ths fsrssaaa sf Jury
which is trying Saat Ssssa whits, far ths
marker sf Charts* McNeety at MsrtiasvUla,
'that ths Jury baa sat hssa aMs ta agree,
and beln? hssalassly divided aid net ?ratet
to. The jary was tbsfiapsa discharged, sad
abuses wOi be tried fee the third thae at ths
seat term sf ceart, ?
i Os ths aftarasas at Bakroaiy M Bai
h?i?d sfcWeely by sjtttat aha twice ta thai
Ibach, beta ballets issshwg a Tltal spot.]
;Seth sasa had sees ertnknta at the hot
sf a sasa assatd Xwytaa wyatt. sad after
teastag Ms keens they bases ta dsaeat* ta
the read, which sadsd fatally.
BeNeely lingered far a day sad then died.
At the last term ef the Henry Clroelt Court
Banes was "tried, hat a mbttrtal rssaltsd.
[sad the case was seats takes as. it bains!
aesne Important new evidence- The case ba?
ses sa Meaday last aad west to the Jary at
WJm to-day. O. L Gravely asd J. W. Car?
ter aspsersd for the defense, while Com?
mon wealth'Attorney Joe Taylor aad J. M.
, rssecial to The Times-Dlspafch.]
Alexandria. Va.. October *?Fire broke eat
tkls sfterseea en the third Beer ef the
BTeawaojsl His* Sehest at the room sf O. C
ShockloferC a teacher at that laetttstles,
The timely ?haiisjj ef the bless by Mary
wltteeghby Bead, seven years eld. saved the
beildtns from irilAlla ssSIitiUb, The sts
eeats sim shed from the badtdmg and formed
thtiaotivao iste s sacket brteafi. eessatag
the are to two teems The reef wss alee
?lightly lame get The lees wBl set sasssd
kg Mr. sad Mra Thereo T.
ef West Boihmy. sf the marrtasi ef their j
daagbter. lacy Msrgaset. to Dr. AlBed B. j
Bison Or riser, ef Tllgtals It ws
tafermal aadSBsj et the kosss ef the bride's I
aejiota. Dr. Orilsir sad ato bride are to he |
ratasoaisa. Taw Oelsaar M-Blas Use |
ef Cilisil [
city, aad M. *
ef Scott ceaaty. Skts anale, were ??rrltsj
W. Va* aad Taft thasj
ttmrn TenvtUe mm* later*
annulled lad? tee eery Mara
bt rs hl od tissthsll gtodialeis
They tied one game say
another on the eery ereet
Hill, while the
?tins; aad the __
must have been a soothing, aeeJJa1a*A
aonorous beverage for "The Mofmanflf"
After which and by token of wtoatB*
It might he well to remark thai 1**
guess er - of - all - things - that-SO
made the red-hMsd brigade an
on favorite either flunked on the
er else Belongs to the family
never mind that, it begins with eBttl
"A" and ends with the aerpeatlne staas*
her of the alphabetical family.
^When two clubs are evenly weichen* v
ey as nearly evenly matched as at
kunaaoly possible to match thisa,
ther Is an odda-on favorite. sttgW^
aow the score stands oven?even mfft
more ways than on a Each eins, thB>
Red Son aad the Giants, has wen d>r;
game- Both featured la a hair-r
heart-recking aleren-laning tie.
fanalvely the Oiaata have a alight
en their Boetonlen friends, |L
sirely thess same Boetonlan frk*nj*v
have an edge on the Giants.
la other words, they stand new JaeBf
where they did at the beginning. ?b%
eept that both teams hare bad an
portunlty to size up aad
playlhg strength ef each. Fr?
ail of the fingers of both tea
had a chance ta show. Wood
Teareau. and trill bars another
to-day. so it is predicted, jte ?
aaae thing. hfatbewaon held
Collins and Bedient to a tie.
won orer O'Brien, with the saaas
ant helping out In the closing
tor. There yon are.
In the three games played the
and -Bed Sox have scored exactly^
same number of runs, eleven.
Giants have made twenty-six -hits,
against Boston's twenty-three, a
gin so alight that It la well-nigh
ligtble. Despite the fact that "
sively the Giants have showed a
In the levee, they are still tied
their leas wobbly friends. Dees
shew that Boston is a legitimate
Indeed, the Giants, deft
least, hare not played up to
form. Moreover, the men least
ported to err have been the ones
make openings far defeat, *
all this, to It not reasonable to
boss that shonld the Giants roach
true strength defensively and ?
the strength they hare shewn
sirely. that they will winT
Again. Boston at home on ta
eecutlve days was unable to stop
Grew and his men. Oaee they
to a tie, aad on the sewed! the
wan,' which gives the New Tor keen
bulge to this extent that the odd
Is to he played off on their
heath, maybe a trifling ad*
bat an advantage atrvsrthelsoe. net
followers ef the game
Bvea though Boston
mately prove the champion. If wm nap
prove that Steal's hirelings warn
tied to be the farerltee which
Of the betting before the ?
made them- The games feen? wow -
will be dose. The breaka are tr
to eettnt. and it may be that tan
tar team will net win. ^.
Its an even bet now. as it ban
all along. Teas a coin, aad eat
toss you can guess the wlnapr
as surely as yon can on all of the
series dope published. We sje^
predicting. Bran ' thongh reahV
that we can mlae by bar. one, w?>^
fer ant to ha ta the ri-teM-f
class, just aa mach sa we quail r
being put In the "We-toMH
department. While favoring the
It ta probably sentiment which _
na to this conclusion. like the rant 1
the "nuts," we win wait and w-*
aad after It to aB orer. after Oe
fal-ia has been seterely grabbed
the money which gore with It sues
divided, then, and not until then,
we shout the name of the victor*. -Y
[special to The Timm Ptssatcfc-J
H?rtel*. Tb, Oeteher Ik-Bogress bsttffr
pessaaaOa sf Lafayette Park this sftera
'aad the football gssso sehedaled to I
sd by Hampton sad Meaty High
mason had to be setts seed Tot B_^,
over with a bench ef rooters.
ties* with the Horte* High's.
N was agreed that the swam
played ha Basastsa ea OtAmum,
I Fashion Supplement
' The llni^Diapatch will amrry on
?appiement, showing the styles for mp
promchino Autumn Season Tim iiiit^wiiiitt
which win be printed in colon, wiflimegl
to every woman roller of The lilMM^