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The i Mate.! score: Hampton. A.II. K H. P.O. A. E. Prlttinghani. e _ i u o i n u aimer. J., 2b _ o o t; u Ilmer. C, p.4 t) 1 I ? ?niiinghani. 2b.. c 4 o o 4 lllur. jb. 3 <l 0 2 4 1 5 1 li.rord, If . :t i o o 0 o ?well, cf . 3 I n 7 ? 0 fyatt. h?. :r n o '< \ o irtls. lb . 3 1 I t 1, o ?rphy, rf. i o ?> i ? ft Ihytnouth, rf . I i? n <? o oi Potala . 29 4 27 17 2 Athlatict. A.B. R. H P.O. A. K ilhirnalle. 2b_ 3 n 0 4 2 I Ijwford. cf . 3 0 0 1 0 I? ll 1 3 0 it I ft 7 I II 1 1 0 Hi 0 1 ft (I u| I? 0 1 1 0 2 0 S 11 Id. Ik .3 fvey. lb . 4 int. If . 3 ?y, rf _.4 ttoy. ss . . 2 pfalcotie, ? .... 4 3 ? ll 10 2 tals .30 1 27 8 2 re by Innings: H|>ton . 0 0 ll 0 0 1 I 0 0 letles . lino 1 ooooo?ll iniurv: Two-base hit?Cnrtts. base on balls?Off Baltner 3, off llcoiie 2. Struck out?By Hal 15. M on fa Icon e ft. l>e-fi on bases H?ton 3. Athletics 7. Dowble -Wyatl to Collier to J. Balnier. pltchea?Monfalcone, Balnier. on error?Athletlca. Hit by| Collier. Bryant and Wllrwy. lot game?l h. 30 m. Umpire, | ilcone. \H ENDERS TRLAT I! SOLDIERS TO SHUT OUT] Fielding and Splendid Pitch-1 in Yesterday s Gam* at the Fort, TtXaxs .37 - ? cf ........ g \li Hay don, 3D 4 . -4 . 4 . 3 ;* t i ? 4 Bortamuoth. A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E --.1* .. Jrj* IWa>.rf .. Harden, If M 2 5 24 my hgfltoga: 10O200O4T-: 0 1 00001) 1 ?-- nwa?Independ hif-Bnchan.n fc^Moanny and J "??Maioney g, p. u J*0***0' OTman 2. Ir9**- **t**rmxm and ^w*?* ant?By Darin ll . .*? "V* ?9 halla?Rv L BnrewL^L k-^lndeoend J J ?rat on error ?Jr petcned ball hnila?MHIer 3 anl snappy fielding, coupled | DtA Reynolds" excellent work ILftrlng line, enabled th a North to paaa the Fort Monroe era a series of blanks on the at the fort yesterday after. ?to 0. In this garni . christened thnirj . the contest was twoen Reynolds and! Ids allowed a double! and Issued one free! 'allow: d one double singles, 'nd walk?. |he fort ulicher wi 'or In the openi:u tbardson. who atol on Taylors don _ maile but tw which was costly .?th,, soldiers man were reaponaibb t of the gave third base un'l game waa the ex Bitrbagc for Nortt O^fara a. WBd phohew-rjari. J. I H H*e-T. R Thonmr.1" BEATS ATHLETICS * A rrCHERS'BATTU I Bewer rt an* Charte, Bat-j Co?. 2h ?twoatiang E?hi- j Short. >h f Hoho? rt ! Ranwond I Block tV*,*.. I Forest ,,. *j Bierens. 2b Aiderson Vaatarwwy. ?: North End ? *: Athletics, l ?f "?t ciubs. Waai Lost pc. ?? ?? * ' Jaw 4 JCti 5 ? J* * 7 -22*1 -** hn which **? a*tTed acamv 2 Ike nine the afew a ChThniaa Aa P? ^Pnrt Xew, *wrh dlunowd yew ? hr a aoare of 2 ,,. i g/*** ?"?^?t anl ^~ hw Totakt Tt ??? . ."?umtnar,] and Co? ?at and pr" /'? Short I IL Ba_ "arntond >??? -114 "rat on J won roe ?Tmplr T".n?e 2> a 4 27 11 f Imaa hit a?TarJo* j a?? Bewer For ?tUe play?gleiaw out?By Ra'tnew/I >se ow baBa??> noMa L lieft owl Fort Monroe 2 f ' End 3. Far I hich..: Ja Fort M'iam? a Sarea Wina. Rnral Aonte I aj jt--i-i-ir ru'tn -\r\r\ns*~mru\n_nrin_rLn_r_ _i_ ] National Lcagne Results Ysstei-dsy. <']ii< Innaii. 4: Chicago, 1. Pitt shut*. 4. St. IjcmiU, ]. First game New Yoik. 4; Brook Ith. 3. Second game. ?New York, *?; HrooklfU. 2. Philadelphia. 1: Boston, 4. Standing of the Club?. Club?. Won. Lo?t P.C. Chicago.3.". 21 ?25 PlMsburg.38 24 .613 New York.2? .?^l Philadelphia.2? 28 .4X1 Clnclunatl. 32 28 ..'.81 I tool on. 27 M .429 St. l^ntla. 24 38 .3ST Itrooklvn.21 38 .::.'.? ? Qamas Today. Clnclunatl at Chicago. Pittslniric at St. I/OuIb. Coakley Fooled Cubs. (By Associated Press.) CH1CAOO June 27. ? Coakley's pitching was t<s) deeeptlvs for the l.-:-?ls today, Cincinnati winning !n the fifth, scoring; three runs on a hunching of three doubles and a sin? gle. Score: R H. E. Chicago _ 1 0 0 ft u 0 ft 0 ft? 1 4 t Cinelnnstl .. 0 ft ft n .! t? 0 1 0?t !? 1 Matterlos: Lundgron. Reulbach itmi Kling: Cnakley and Meltau Time. 1:42. 1'roplre. Klem. McQuillan Weakened. (By Associated Press 1 BOSTON. June 27. ? McCarthy and McQuillan engaged in a pitchers' content for seven Innings today, bu the tatter weakened In the eighth, al? lowing Boston three runs. Dahlen'* fielding was a feeture. Score: R. H. E. Boston . notion lOSx?I 7 2 Phllu. _ 9*00 0 000 1?1 <? Batteries: McCarthy and Smith: McQuillan and Dooin. Time, 1:3s. Umpires. Rigler and Johnstons. Mathswson Master of Situation. (By Associated Press) BROOKLYN. June 27. ? Now York took both games of today's double header. Errors by Rucker and Hum? mel, with vtever work by Mathewson. who relieved Wfltse In 'he ninth, rr | suited in a victory for the visitors. I Mathewson kept the hits well sou' ? I tered when men wer?- on liases in the second same and at all times he j had effective control. First game? R. H. E. I New York .. 0 ft ft ft 3 0 8 ?> 1?4 5 3 . Brooklyn ... 0 ft ft ft n ft 1 2 ft? 3 8 3 I Batteries: Wtltse, Mathewson snd -tresoahan; Rucker and? Ritter. Time. 1:57 Cmplre. O'Dsy. Second game? R. H. Sr. 'Mew York .. 2 0 21 0 <> 0 ft x?lft ft ^ooklyu ... oooo l i Oftn? 2 10 r Batteries: Mathewson and Rresns ian: Wilhelm and Ritter. Time. 1:30. Cmpire. O'Bny. Pirates Hit at Rink* Time. (By Associated Press.) 8T. LOCIS. June 27 ? Timely hit ins; by Pitt shunt and the failure of ho St. Louis team to hit with men or Waes allowed Clarke-, men to take *?* third straight game of the series oday, 4 to 1. Score: R. H E. at Louis _ a 1 u ii ii ft i> it o?i io l Ittsburg ... ft ft n i ft ft 1 2 ft?4 S 2 Batteries: Fromme and Hostetter: '-ever and Qlboon Tinte. 1:54?. I'm dree, ffSssTU and Rodderhsm Wsshlngtoe. Philadelphia. 6. St Lewis, ft Derart. 1. Chicago. 2: cievelsnd. <. ?; New York. 7. MbssAsssj af thw Clews. Won. Lost. P.C. It. Louis.3? 21 .StT Ovrlaad.3? 25 59? Tlricasjn ........ 2* 27 54M IVtroH. 22 2$ .541 .. 2? . 21 .4*3 New York .2? 24 .433 r**taa .. .27 27 .422: Vashtsgtm . 22 3S ?7 t Oaaaaa Today. St. Lntrht Detrsdt, . ? CVvelaad st Cr Oaib Was a Star Acto fB associated Press.) Darra^tT. June 27 - In s irat? mi v.tchttk? dael Issnovsn seat ftradtaan, !>?<ro*t m" im I to s. Coot's \r hfonght fn th~ oftlv r?n Cwhh afas benched for drawees* a _ a. ma assft"*'to?i < i assesses*?a 7 a yrtee: fsaeovaa and Tbotnos and fipeneir Tiers. 1:2S. Conanlty. d Tin fBe esaeesseed Proet-t I.AT4XPHIA Jane 2T ?Or m&ttftpXttT&M* to ta/a> 'Bd> mm tawan ana today wuu? ' asasi as* sta mat by sit 4^ ?isTasl ?i&m*5nds I in# ims with errors and wild pitehe: h\f the visitors. Soor?': R. II. E. Washington.. ? ??? *AM0?0 2 0 Phila.. 2 o o 0 :! tt o 1 x ? n Butteries: Hughea, Kelly and Street: Dygert and Towers Time 2 hours. I'niiiires. Hurst and Kgau. Nap* Trim Sox Fourth Time. (By Associated Press.) CLEVELAND. June 27. ? cVve luud made it four Straight from Chi? cago, winning six to three. Cleve? land knocked out two pitchers and| Chicago one. Score? R. H. tf. I Cleveland ... 10003003 x?? Id 0 Chicago _ (H> u n o 2 0 0 1?3 10 3 I Batteries: lierger. Joss mnl Meniis: j Oweu, Manuel. White and Sullivan. Time. 2 hours. Umpires, Sheridan j and Evans. Lake Helped Win His Own Game. (By Associated Preset NEW YORK. June 27. ? The Ve York Americans won in the ninth HJ-j nlnaj today from Boston. Lak=> helped| lo will his own game by timely hits in the last two Innings-. Score? R* H. E.! Boston . 40020UOO 0?? I o 2 | New York .. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2?7 1 1 2 ' Italierles: Cicotte and Criger; New? ton. I,ake and Blair. Time, 2:30. I'm ! plre. O'Loughlln. Virginia. State League Yesterday's Reaulta. First game?Lynchburg, n: Dan? ville, 1. Second game?Lynchburg, 0: Iktnvillo. 3. First ganv?Norfolk. 2; Roanoke. o. Second game? Norfolk, 0; Roan < ke. 2. jf Richmond. ::: ^Portsmouth. 1. Standing of the Cluba. Clubs. Won. LoBt. P. C. Richmond . 33 21 .623 Danville. 33 23 .501 Rdanoke. 27 30 . 4Ti Norfolk .. _... 2? 30 .401 Portsmouth. 22 30 4B> Lynchburg. 23 31 .421 SOUTHERN NOT 70 REDUCE j WAGES OF US EMPLOYES Wage Question Will Not Be Taken Up Before Owtober 1. Says President Finley. WASH R i NGTON. JnJne 27.? The Southern Railway today announc i ed that the resumption of negotiations looking to a reduction in wages of em? ployes of the Southern Railway out? side of Washington has been post? poned from July 1 until Oetobtr next. The ten per cent, reduction in sal? aries of officials and employes of the road In the offices in Washington Will cease to ha applied after July 1 next. The rt duet ion. however, will coninne! as to the salaries of the president and. vice presidents of the road. The ne-J gotiations were heretofore susi*-nde,t; from April 1 until July 1 and the ne-j gotlatloiifi Involve the Southern and affiliated lines. President Finley. cf the Southern! Railwav Company today made ine following statement: "In view of the! demonstrated greater efficiency of la? bor and Its resulting benefits to the company and in the hope, and warn e exceptions that present busi? ness conditions may show an improve? ment an understanding has been1 reached through Martin A. Knapp, and Charles H. N? III. the meditators under the Erdman act. with all classes of employes that were parties to the set-1 lement of April 1. 1908. shall be tur? ner postponed until October 1. at which time su?-h negotiations may r?e resumed at the option of the conjpa-i nie? ihre ugh the meditators under tne Erdman act. First Own in Gash Campaign. The article In a popular magazine! describing William J. 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