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Virginia Rewards Heroes of Gridiron Batties
England-India Aeroplane Race
Planned for Next May?Big
Eor.don. December I.?The l<ig aero
an- ra v trot* Baa;hin? to ladle, la
connection with which arraagemcata
?have been m (.logrtias iuf ?ouie ii.oi.t.ia
la to be <le-id<d early .ji Muj of next
The course of the Might will be from
l?t>ndon to ahreagelg, fol leert eg th. re*
leys of tfco Khine and 1'inubc to Con?
stantinople. Fror.. rilgalggl I aogla t.?c
competitors wi.i loa...? tirai,,ii*- for
x.a.gdad. areas tii.- Persia a Quit t ? !' ?
ehlre and th-n follow the o^si to
Karachi. In India This will be UM
?severest teet of endurance which has
been imposed on aviator.*, for it repre?
sents a minimum of 5.0no miles of fly
< ;g. a.I of which will be ac. ou'.pl sh?
ed, it is asumated, in twelve days.
Six aviators have already g ven th tit
names to the promoters a: probably
startete and It is said tha* S. F Cody.
Air. YedSneS and Mr. Beaamaat
among them Two Ain-i leant a-.
WeUV known German also are . :. '?
Trie value of the prize is a matter
which has been postponed anfil th
beginning of the year, a.ir.e-ugh if has
been decided that IM.00* will be given
to the first arrival In Ir.d.a. All the
prise money will be privately sub?
scribed by English. French German
add American aerop ane firms, but
some of the native prlnoes of India
have shown their eagerness to share
COR BETT PICKS
GIBBONS 10 Wilt
But Fans Pin Their Faith to
McGoorty in To-Night's
New Vork. December C?Tnere is a
wide difference of expert opinion of
tl.e relative merits of Mike Giboons ol
bt. Paul, and Eddie McGoorty. i ( Osn
kjek, who will meet lu a bout for tae
middleweight cfcarnplonsn'.p in Mad.son
fc'.uare Garden to-morrow Bight, B>tn
Dca arc as fit as hard work and care- :
ful training can make tr.em. so if I
condition is a. forecast tsVtia wtU Oc- 1
kume aeraa> ? >
Bob Armstrong, the former heavy' j
erelgjht t.gr.ter, who has been train.Bg
McGoorty, de- lares that the opinion in
tome ejuarters that Gibbons is so clev?
er that McGoorty WtU find it a.most
Impossible, to gei n.ni is a.i nonsense
Armstrong, it will remimoered.
acted as trainer for tht late Stanley
Ketchel. king of the latter day m.u
d'ewe'ghts. AriBStroag sa; s M i Ofty
is even t-etter than Ketchel. which Is
certainly breaking hig.My of hti man
McGoorty has been improving stead?
ily for more than a year, and now
hoasts of a left hand that Seems able
to get past any one's guard. The osh
kosh man has a knockout punch in
either hand, because of his strength
ar.d believes tr.at by goins? after Gib?
bons from the start he will be abb
to wear down the alaalve Mike
It is a wall haewa t^ct tha- the
cleverest boxers sometimes lost some
of their canning when jarred a few
times, and McG< orty declares i.c has
yet to see th^ saaa he eoeuda't hit.
Despite all this. Jim Corbett. former
heavyw. eharrpion. g es BO far as
to assert that McGoorty stands no
aaeaacs at all and that htlke will be
able to Teint th? ether Cellaw late
knots Corbett declares Gibbons the
greatest fighter he ever saw and Is
quite enthusiastic about It Us v. IM
not be s-rpri^-d to s? t'nr heal ? l i
well inside the ten-round .lmit
Widows and Orphans of Officers
in Service Beneficiaries of
?:? the agacsaasj sf the
er.c-tr.lrd >>* the tickets lasl gat
?irday's Army-Nava'. feel I > ?
will he turned over to tax ? ??
nee ti.at looi: after ISM nrhhews ard
orphans of officers and men gytl
the two services, according t- nr. ..
BanaaesaeaM made to-?ia> t>y Di
WUii.-ro h-.r- eg 1
vers.tv of r?-:r.jv.\
charge of toe aaaaa Th?- asati
?Jone to the two ssclttles 1 9 tea
vorslty ?,f i ? m ? lata an h
eg the games played her- now a-,
to more th*r. Ill ?? I
INVADER AUTO OIL
Best Grade Auto Lubricating Oil
Hand ?lade $15.00 Svtts
Gordon Motor Co.
Soldiers Want It Early. While
Middies Hold Out for
Aiii.apul:.- December 3. ?Re-pre--i.
l.itives of athletics at the Savu! snl
MM'.aiy Academies will take up ?oon
ib.- Question of a teaewal of the ar
lungeiiiciit of the annual football
name. A Ml lang difference of opln.ci
over Hie date of the cor.iest -a |U hiv.
to be scitiej. 40b agifuwn: cover?
ing two seasons wa3 reached prior to
the name o: 1911. ar.J th. ? iXadred
.vith last Saturday'* gain
The A: my tmt a number of yea:?
has desired a ehsaegS to the Saturday
leiore Thanksgiving Day. ant negoti?
ation* foe the game wer. near the
Ureek'ssi sola! whan a eomyrontiea
?an reached. The game In lDil was
pi ay ?4 tiic Saturday hefo:. Thanke
t-iving Dar. and the game of lfl)lj was;
played the Saturday following.
Now tic wnole <.ue-st.on will have
to be take-, up again, and it is known '
that teOllBI at the two institutions
has nut t uanged. 1* is Insisted by the;
rsprsesntstlTis of the Army that their
?.?am I'i.jcs its baal point ':y the lat
tar date, and it is contended Just as
strongly b> the Navy people that by1
reason of the lateness of the start ot!
th. sea.-on at Annapolis the latter ,
date is ne.-essary to the full d*evelop
nirnt of their playing strength.
It Is believed that a satisfactory
arrar.gement covering a term of years
will be made There is general satis
faction with Franklin Field as the.
Scene of the game.
1UCKY NEAL BALL
GEIS HIGH WAGES
Three Fruitless Healthiss in
World's Series Net Him
$1,341 a Swing.
If ever a beeebaii p.ayer was bora
ander a luck> star. Neat Bali, now a
memoer of tne wor.d s cnanipion sted
ttmm\ may claim 10 ho tnal person.
Dame Fortune took Bell in to* at
an call.- age. and sne lias been ?00K
aut tar a*a> so watl ever a.nee
that he must have iitaily enou&u
money to bu.ld a library fur-ea:b of
the staty-sevea odd towns in sralvh
tie had played ba.l, and still keep
enough to buy h.mse.f a new auto- 1
mobi e every season.
Neal probabiy bolus the world's rec?
ord for gelling a lot of money lor
doing a very little bit of work. He es- !
tabltsned this mark in tue recent r
world's series, when, for taking turee
healthy swings at a baseball he received ;
II.'.'H and a tew odd cents. That msK>s|
$1,341 a swing, and, assuming that
be consumed a minute in he caies.hen
ica with the 1 at. he was receiving com- !
penaatioa at the rate of IM4.CM a aay.;
Compared to tins sum of money. Ty j
Cobb j modest demand for $ir>.'i^0 a
year snsmi liko a. posiage stamp iund
The only trouble is thai Neal cannot;
strike out every minute for a cone-:
bail r.as been shunted around the '
American IrTBgVt fc-r aeeeral jears. 1
but always has managed to iand right;
?dde up. and finally he contrived to tall
lata the softest 0*. soft spots, the Uos
Ion Ked So?, who were piact.caily as-'
sured of th- championship before He
tained thern. 1'irst he was with New
York ami later with Cleveland. T..e i
Na; ? Wat.tid te send him to the Fa-|
cirtc Coast Le ague, but he refused to .
go, and hang around until tina.ly JaKe
Stahl decided that he could use him?.
though for what nobody seemed to
know?and he went to the bisdding
He did rome good work ar a substi?
tute second baseman for the Boston
<-!ub by way of earning his salarv.
getting into the game wh-n Y?rk.s
was hurt ar.d tiei.Iing in s-nsat.onal j
styi. Hk nerer co-Id h.t enough toj
cause anpaetag pitchers no. distress.
hot als gexsssstrs play Kept him in
*ust as It had kept him in
It wa? rumcred a short time prior'
la lib SaatUgJ of the season that Ba"l
I I 1 -'.-UeJ so Wei] that he was to
? c V-rkes in the big post-season
t" - Then Neal got his linger
anj Verkes I etna1 aid to the'
- . : ? '.letting th.u busted dig t prot
ahty wa?. the b at thing that Ball ever i
:? Beaton, as Verkes was one of!
the Ihres 'ig heroes . f t&< world's se- i
ries. b.,th at bat and in the Held If
' Ml bsaa used in his place the,
Me matte af creation's eaata-'
lon.iliip nvght now be reposing in
M?iraws .ocker Instead ot
lecaty Mr Hill was the hero of j
: sasstelJ tnpie play while ml
'hind sf the few ever pu 1 ?1'
sal la Iba aasjea tasaTaes. i.uck was
;? f??t. ? .? ? t. o ?,T nothing but
' ? ?<:? : r.s ? 1 on of dr. urn- 1
t Use sts^e In >.rh |
s ntnne.- a? t.. nuk a three-ply kill- '
'e "* >: " ' ? matter r.-.w skilful 1
Hu I Bau got $? for striking
?"?sat anj *< tter paid than In- j
' '? * ' ,v sf the same rlub.!
?'t . ? nothing In the I
" f-t his cut
' es ehers Warm-4 eat to
? <? bei an.; mm ere!
atUtty n-.#n ettner pinch hit
' tb' -low-footed
t-fMti K";e -1 ?relv ?at on J?e
M m ked wlee
?ceteaeed fee Re-Kfeer*.
? ' h.l.l -.p
wo yeutg mi mi 1 a ,t f , point of a
? ** ewaj aith a f?w artl
?>e aitfl arerr . BanSgS, agej nf them b?
1* Trail'd to l?r> ? ru> H>ro. Tb?v ran.
Wooaberry Forest Foot Ball Team
_ _ , ~ _.__t_jr-t_- eoapkt K Walker. raBialB: r, reinerer. Tenner, Deckert. Homer, aawlataet eu<
"Sl^ rZ: Vo H.kT-2. W..k^ MS H.rr,-?n. Prtddr, G. A.dereo., porr~ M. doee*
Bottom row, loft to rtskt?Hordy, E. Anderson. Browm. CebeU. Myers, Stork._
In the Wake of the Game
By GUS MALBE^T _
Some kindly statistician has figured
out for us that it is exactly 1M days
1). fore the besinnlng of hostilities in
the several Las? ball yards scattered
throughout the length and breadth of
this land. Along time, says tue philos
ojihor. but think of how long the fel?
low wlTo cottrns to the football ray
rlety if entertainment must nurse his
All of which brings us to tne hap
Bjr thought that Old Man Winter is
rather frequently maligned in naming
him the bearer of a barren period so
fa.- as sports are concerned.. There's,
pinochle and bri-ige whist, not to *
mention euchre, seven up, casino and
kindred exciting pastimes. And then;
there's the Winter League.
Ye whe prate of a sorry fate through
winter's diea.y waste.
And long for spring, and that some?
thing you or.tred sent nostnaste.
Trim up your wicks, forget the sieke
and lamp this gladsome iay;
.No day is dull when chock plum full
of the stars that're on the way.
Steve Griffin Is after two Singers^
wEd are about ti e best there 19 in the
flirigir.jr line, though Just how far af
ter the report fails to disclose. Sec
retary W. It. Bradley is artnorlty for
this announcement. He likewise states
That he wired Grif to sign Bresnahan
for third base, regardless of the pur?
The last sad rites were said over
the old :>ark jesterday. Joe Heus 1 er.I
tehdlag a corps of faithful workers,
Bta !?? 1 dismantling. Some of the ma
terlal will be removea to the now
be tne of the Colts, while the remainder
will help swell the winter Are
W B Bradley will attend the meet
in-;- el the National and International
- to be held In New York next
w.k. While visiting, he will attempt
to nab a few of the young uns to be
earned loose by the big fellows, and
also close for a few spring exhibition
gaenea Baltimore. with training
grounds a.t Fayettevllle. will probably
;?? ;i re. and Montreal 3nd Toronto are
?Tints Baker Mo"~omas> absence from
the line-up of the Colts will come as a
ttattect disappointment to many of the
fans, who have come to like the young.
let both for his ah*?a?r as a ball
slayer and bis all-round bearing on
gad ??f: the field. It will be a hard Job
t-. ? ag good a flei.iing shortstop as
W ? Willie. But here's lurk to Hoc
.n wtaa As for Burleeon. he will
? ? 1 "': per. or we mistake
About time activities were started
?? rnlng a certain automobile show
which will b. pulled off here in Feb?
ruary. Never too early to start eome
about a good attraction, and
this Bret auto show of Richmond's Is
going to be about the last word In anto
Joe Tinker, actor. That's the way
? rds will read heresfter. He's
:h-- gent who makes the announce
No longer will he dally with the
V"iil Instead ha wilt bask In the
ra> s of the card urn and tedl a walt'ne
? Je what a k!"i;? Individual C
Webb Murphy !s. Mag he win have
something to say aner.t a certain party
with ihntn he was once on intimate
t< rms? Johnny Rvers ?? h!? name
Basle I>olo Is the Iate?t hi! for ixm\
\ . 1 rjsrf say football ts a dange-oua
-,ee ;? to go to the Highlanders
That deems to be about the consensus
- is-h no offi~!al announce.
n.?rt ha? been iride Chance would
. .. weii for himself and for Farrcll by
r.aking the move.
?"jT Toung. ssts another lste bit of
ir.formation. Is to re-ente' the wem?
, ?nd will try his hsnd with Atlantv
- 'h heard that the venerable
i'v was out for a Job. and realizing
Come In. Look at Our
K ?H\? O? HU U Mil \ II.
713 K.aaf Rr?s4 *tretet.
th<t drawing power of the veteran,
made him an offer.
Clark Griffith, of the Nationals, bark
' In Washington, has explained the deer
story. He admits having killed the
deer with a stone, but after it haJ
Grantland Hice, writing in the Even.
J ing Mail, suggests Coste'.lo for all
Kaste.-n quarter back. It's a pity some
of the exp.-rts of the East could not see
; this lad in action. There may be bet
, ter. but they are allflred few and far
No Decision Reached in Contest
for Silver Cup for
Chorlottesvllle, Vs.. December 3 ?
Fox hunting is all the rage in Albe
marle County Just now. Much Interest
I contreel to-day In the contest fcr thej
j handsome silver cup. hung up by the ,
? oca! Hunter's Association, for the best .
pair of foxhounds in this section.
The contestants met at 9 o"clock at I
Shetlands. the farm of David Sloan,
near Pantops. An hour later a fox
j was jumped-, tho chnse lasting for
three hours and ending at H. A. bV
j Hamilton's place. Hunters Hall, near
I Shadwell. the scene of the recciyr'fleM
trials of the National Beagle Club of
I America. The Judges. Charles W. Bul?
lish and James F. Payne, declared the
event a dead heat between Billy
Garth's Rattler and W. P. Lapseornh's
Alice. The tie will be run off the end
of the week
Julian Morris entered Fannie and
Trim: William Garth. Rattler and Spot:
W. P. Upseomb, Alice and Mark: Da?
vid Sloan. 8am and Gold Bug; Sidney
M. Holloway. Jennie and Joslln: Lewis
Garth. Smut and Fiddler; Winter
Blackwell. June and Daisy. David IV.
Fowler. Music and Foxy. Music is one
of the most noted foxhounds In Amer?
mm mm .
Durham. N. C, December "?By'
winning to-night's game with the
Freshmen, by the score of Zi to 7, the
riR"T TT. 4M.
Fetten. Harvard left red
Koslrhora. narlaostk left tackle
Pranmek, Harvard.left geard
Loicsa, Prlere-tne Habt aeard
Katie r. 11 Urnaaia right tarkle
Beraaelaler. Vale right rsa
< roather, Brun? ottartrr hark
Hrlrkley. Harvard left half berk
Thorpe. Indiana rieb? baif hark
Mercer, f?eaasr Iveala fell berk
m:< <>mi i r. \ r.
Very. Pew?. ?t?te letl end
r re hat, ?r races* left tarkle
< - r. r ?. \ . r left geard
rinaratrr, Harvard centre
Kelp. Brawn riebt geerd
rrlrhe*. Iowa riebt tarhte
HeeaTel. Wleeeeata rlsbt end
rasaette. I eblab eearrer hark
Were j. |iartas?eth left bnlf hark
ISaewrren. ? kteaage Habt halt hark
Wendell. Harvard fell keek
sebbaeeb, IIraw a lef? res
?beeebeesa?. ?tleee*??a left tarkle
Brssett. DnrSasaetb left gaard
Rleasewtbal. PtleeeSwe rratre
Rntns. tsssaolb Habt geard
|o,nr?. West Petet rtgbt tarkle
Jeedae. Rerkeell rkrkt end
Reree. Stewteyea eeerfer keek
Herdace. V eeaVr hilf left belf berk
H. ISefcrr. Prlecevee rlabt belt hark
Peaseellr. Vale fell bark
Sophomores clinched their title to thel
1912 championship of Trinity College
in basket'all. The first of the two|
game* of the evening was between the |
Saul on and Juniors, and resulted Im
a victory for the fourth year men by
an overwhelming score of 15 to 6. Had
the Sophomores lost to-night's ?-'ame.
the Seniors would still have chance at
'the coveted :ag. as the Sophomores
and Seniors play another game Friday
night, as do also the Juniors and
Freshmen. In the game between
Seniors and Juniors. White and Kat
cllffe. for Seniors, were easfliy the
!.lars. RatettsT* throwing three field
goals, anil getting three foul goals out
of seven chances. Murray was best
for the Juniors, getting one field goal,
and two out of five chances at fouls, j
SileV, for Sophomores, was the won-j
der of the evening, the tall chap I
throwing nine field gua^s Neal came!
in with five field goals, and Wooten j
with two for the Freshmen. Matton I
got two field goals. Ferrell. the!
smalbst boy on a class team, was
easily ths favorite of spectators, be?
cause of his ability to get over the|
floor so cjulckiy and with so much |
Swarthmore Man Accepts Posi?
tion Offered?Will Be in
Philadelphia. Pa. December 3.?
Following close upon the announce?
ment that Andy Smith refused to
coach the University of Pennsylvania
football eleven next fall, that W.
Hobart Porter had resigned his posi?
tion as chairman of the football com
: mlttee. it was learned to-day that
! George Brooke, now coach of Swartb
more, will be head coach of the var
I sity eleven next falL
Brooke was offered the position last
j fall. He refused, as he did not care to
I handle the reins under existing con?
ditions, but admitted that he will now
accept. This fall when Pennsylvania
was in its slump and Smith announced
j that he did not care for the Job after
the present season, another offer was
j made to Brooke.
After first stating that he did not!
want the position, and that he would;
continue as coach at Swarthmore.'
Brooke has changed his mind, and will'
accept the offer made by his alma
Thia offer Is said to call for thej
largest salary ever tendered a man;
j fcr coaching a football eleven, an'"'
will also guarantee Brooke absolute
and entire charge of the eleven.
Louis Alonzo Young was elected'
captain of the 1913 football team this
1 afttrnoon at a met ting of the elegi-'
j Ms players heid at the training house .
Young has played 1? ft end on the
varsity for two seasons, and he has j
I been one of the hardest workers since j
j the days of Joe McCracken and B'?b
I Torrey. He Is a Junior in the engi
j Heering department, and a good stu
BAf NELSON SAYS
HE'S SIIIL G000
Philadelphia. December Z?Battling'
"Vclson was in the wind-up ac the box- I
lng matinee held by A J. 1'rexel /at.n\ i '
Blddl.- at bis residence here this sf-j
ternoon. going three rounds with his
host before 109 prominent club men 1
Nelson. In a spec', sa.d 'foj m.i
' rest assured that I have not taken the
[ count. I feel fit and readv to g:?* a
good account of m> self at any time.
The truth of the lightwcie-nt cham?
pionship matter la that I haee Betrag
Baa* bester, for the t.tle While M
gast may have been awarded the hon?
ors In our meeting at Sun Francisco
February ::. 'V I wa? im k- l
; oet ?r li^aten
??So the title Wolgast surrendered to
' eleee- Willie Pttchie Is only s phan?
tom. f<>r he really did not possess the
title, let alone lose It Wolgast waa
rlearlv beaten by Joe Rivera last
Fourth of July and the* only thine
?hat eared him at that time was the
kindness of the referee ?o award him
? ?diet on a foul VTolraat at that
jiii as much to blame for the
fool as Rivers bet n* manared to ret
away with it However, thinga were
rot so eaev for Ad in bis reretW beut
, with Ritchie tie was beaten, end he
knew It* '
MACK IS LUCKY
IN GETTING MEN
Athletics Get Two Good Players
in Trade With Balti?
When "Connie" Mack mailt' h.sliau (
with Baltimore in the latter part of i
last season, obtaining the service* o! ?
Walah and Murphy, of the Orioles, he'
picked up two <<: the leading hatters'
of the International La ague Thai
hatting averages for that rTgS.Br" - ]
tion. which have been nnsde public.!
show that Murphy and H'a-sli woi.
king pins In their organization.
They played with Philadelphia In
games Which eloaad the season Both'
of them were keen in New York Na?
turally they foir.i American let-ague,
naset-all a trigs different from that
|g which they had been accustomed,
and while they did well as beginnerj
they did not do so weil aa they are
likely to do before the season of 1?1j
is over, it Mack plays both of then !
In the outfield.
The Philadelphia manager has en?
gaged an outfielder by the name of
j'aley, from California, to play with'
the Athletics for the coming Sees bell
year, and When the piayeis report this'
spring for practice there will be a
lively competition in the Athletics' out
Heldlng b'iuad to earn places with the
regulars. The Baltimore ' fans" are,
confident that both Walsh and Mur?
phy will do well with the Athlet Its.
and think, if Murphy finds a place la
the outfield, that at the end of the sea?
son he will ee almost as popular with
the Philadelphia "fans" aa "Danny"
Murphy, captain of the team in 1I1IL
who was one of the men by whom
Athletic "fans" were accustomed to
make their dally vows about eating
Commercial Now Enters Race
for Honors?All Teams Show?
ing Rare Form.
The Commercial Bowling League s
rijW ready to enter fhe Weld to show
the public w-.'iat it can do with the
big pins during the w.nler months.
The new league will consist of six
five-man teams, picked from some of
(Richmond's best bowlers. Judging
from the Interest already shown, IBM
league will be a great success it
should give the Newport League *
hard light for high honora.
The schedule.is now being arranged,
and everything will be In readinc-ss for
the opening games next Monday night.
Following is a liat of the teams and
players. Any bowlers wishing to lake
part in the new league whose names
are mot here mentioned may leave
their names and addresses at the New?
port Alleys by next Saturday night.
Teams and Players.
slbiry Shoe Company?Lingo (<ap
tala). Bell, Jones. Vaughan. Cantpa,
D. Pedrlck. Morris.
T. W. Wood St Son?Johnson tcap
tala), Pugh. Gordon. Ellis. Campbell.
O. H Berry 4 Co.?Bishop (captain).
Le-king. Lowerj, Wallace, Messo. J. j
W. s Forbes at Co?Newcomb (cap-'
taJn). Gunn. O. Sutterlln. C. Fa'.rlamb. !
Richmond Press?Burnett (captain).
Parting, Ciienault. Ferrlter, Wilson.
Ld kett, Prlddy.
Yaughan-Roblnson Drug Company?
Farrar (captain). Phlpp, Llttlepage.
Parker. W. Rcy. Strange. Toone. Cook.
There was more excitement at the
Haags?I Alleys last night than most j
of the fans figured upon. The program :
was small, but It made up In quality
?riant It lacked in (juantity. The
Make-Ups and the Monotypea were j
added starters In the race, and they '
did some classy bowling. Both teams
put up one of the .-.ardest fought games
seen here in some time. The Mi*.
I'ps finally overpowered their oppo- i
nents and got sweet revenge and cap- J
tured all three games. Rose led for |
high scote, while Burks led for h'igh ;
At I 30 o'clock another hot event
took place, when the champion Rich?
mond Lunch aggregation rroased alleys
with the Remington five This mafh
proved to be very exciting and was
well enjoyed by the large crowd pres?
ent Manv of the old veteran players
of the Rf-hmind Bowling Assocl.it:on
were on hand to witness the games,
and they were surpriaed to see what
a great showing Bat playere made.
If ITT TT
1 2 3 Total. I
Burks f cap tain), ltd 1?: 15? tat
Rose . tl? IM it" 441
Wells . 145 l!t 1<* 441
Totals. 415 SSt t?7 UN
l 2 t Torsr
Helfert. 14? 170 11? 43?
Magartaa. 144 1S4 17? 47?
Fliiott.117 115 lit 345
Totals. 4*7 43? 410 1.25?
s'orers?Wlllisms snd Whitman.
1 I * Totals
narrow f-aptain? IS? jti 2*3 153
Or er ma na . 1"2 1?2 1ft ?1*
H?nchens . Kl 12? 1?7 41
Blair . 1?' ?17 IM ?17
J Barrow. 121 11? 2S?
Nemo . !?? . 13*
mmm _ ___ ?
?13 7?? ?II 2.552
1 I * Totals
Ft. is -captain) i?l 1?? ia? 5*4
Wade . 17? J?1 IM i*i
amith. I4S 1*4 If > 43?
.?rhmlti . '?4 IM 4*7 4?J
Bowser . :i2 171 1?? ?51
? 7? 17? M4 1 " ??
Cooks, empire. Owe sr.
MlrHtl- I I
The followlna murrlmM* 11c
<??ned \e?te-d->y the clerk's
of th? IT i<rMngp Co irt le*nnle Mit?
tle sad Mtrt gee !?wry: Roy Trleew
snd Denis Pierce. Fdward Mscon -T?n
hins and Maggie I.ee Ancanan
Virginia Rewards Gridiron War
riors?Finlay or Carter
Churlottesvill.. V??, 1 >> gggg c:
The advisory board of the general ai?.
letlc association of the I'nlvcralty o|
Virginia met to-nl?chi and aw ? d
Varsity letters to the follow |ga um ?
Ucii player* of the football squad
Carter. Finlay. Gooch. Harris Jctl.
Landes, Maiden. Mayer. Kedus. Isalta
Todd. Wood and Woolfolk.
Following out the custom or former
vears. these piayeis will meet
training sggja headquarters Saturday
nlkht and elect the captain to
The selection will probably rest be?
tween Carter, the Stau? guard, and 1 in?
lay, light end. Uolh of these players
-have bMa Hslgrud places on the
Ail-^outh Atlantic team by various
critic-. Kinlay is captain of ?M \a
alty baseball team for next spring
The present grog pacts are that the
eleven will lose oniy one pla: er
graduation. Qaptglg Todd. who has
I>la>ed four years on the team. aid la
Next year'* schedule wi?a inform
ally discussed ar to-night?% meeting
An effort will be made to ai range
Fames with the strong tjwai Uuu M ?
eleven, and with the T.'lnlty team. ...
Ilartroid. Conn. It now appeals thnt
If a contest Is arranged with I'r mce
ton. It will have to be played at
I'rinceton. and not In Washington a"
was hoped. The Vanderbllt game will
mark the real opening of the com?
pleted stadium on Lambeth Field.
Following the selection of a captain
Saturday night, the letter man will be
the gueats of the athletic association
at a banquet.
BEST ON WAITING
Cubs Get Most Passes, With
Giants Following as Close
? New Tork. December Z ?Among Na?
tional League teams. Chicago profited.)
most by the lack of control of oppos?
ing pitchers d'jrlng the 1*U season,
according to the official records on |
bases on balls and strike-outs. Is?
sued to-dsy at Nstional League head?
quarters. The Chicago team received|
SCO bases on bails, an average of 3.(1
per game. Cincinnati had the least
number of strik' -out?. *:<:. an average
of 3.17 per game New York finished
eecord In both Items, receiving ?l*
peases and having 4?7 etrlke-outs.
Sheckard tops the list In receivingI
walks, outguessing the pitcher 12-1
times In UC games HvggJsa. srttl
eighty-seven passes In 12''' games, als?
stands prominent. Other good waiters
were I'askert. Bescher. Titus. Evers.
Carey and Leach. Pitcher Benton did
not receive a pass in the fifty games
Evers Is the leader In the least num
ber of strike-outs, with eight In 143
games, an average of one in eight
games. Doyle, of New York, la n
close second, with twenty .n 1*3
games. F. McDonald, of Boston, had
the greatest number?ninety-one in
121 games. Marsans. Tinker. Knabe.
Meyers, Cutshaw. McLean. Gibson and
Killlfer have low rtgures. Zimmer?
man, who led the league In batting,
struck out ten timea and receive^
ttlrtv-eighl bases on balls.
Elf IB IIIAIS Alf
MOW UNDER WAY!
Three Brace of Dogs Put Down.
Finish All-Age To-Day.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Barber, N. C . December 8.?The firslj
day of Virginia field trials on
with a heavy f..g. which cleared awa>
later in the day. and the aun catne out
bright. The party was law leavlna
the hotel on account of delay In secur?
ing horses, which had to be secured
In the neighborhood from the farmers
They were a motley evray of fa
horses anl mules, but answered the
purpose, as every one was anxious t?
get to work after a delay In moving
The first brace was put down about,
is o'clock, and only three brace wer4
?run before dinner and only one bevy of,
birds put up. Lunch was had at tl
hotel, and four more brace run befor
night, alx covles were put-up durlr*
the runlng. though little work ws
done. Dogs standing hrtghteet
those run e*e Whales Whitest >>
owned by T. T. Pace. Knoxville. Delia
Fox and Ben Green owned by Charit
B. Cooke. Richmond, and Ruby's Short|
owned by Ambroee Gaires. Knoxvlll?
A late arrival to-day was Jack Dur.n|
owner of the Baltimore baseball clur
who owns a l't of fine dogs
The aJI-agaee will be finished by
to-morrow, and the de-rby. which wil|
be drawn to-right, will begin ami
hardly finish before Thursday r.lgbt.
ACADEMY?Th?rs, and Fri.
eperla! Matinee Frtgary.
Francis X Hope presents
tor.i.tmr THI BS TON
tur. i ?>\ 1 41*1 4 in.
By Fredr:e I'auldlng
Prteeei Watlsee. T\r tm SI OS
XV- te St.SO.
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