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LIST OF OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED FOR SATURDAY'S MEET
TIMELY HITS WIN Drtli Pitchts Good Game for Highlandcrs Against thc Boston Bcancaters. CLEVELAND TAKES LAST Larrupcrs Nose Out St. Louis. Phillies I3arely Defeat Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE YEHTBIIDAY.- liKfli'i.TS. Wnshington, 2; Phlladelphia, 3. Cleveland, *1; St. l.ouls, 2. Uoston. 1; New York, 3. Chleago-Dotrolt postponed?rain and COld wi al her. TO-DAY'S GAMES. Chbugo at D.-trolt. New York at Uoston. Bt. Louls at Cleveland. Phlladelphia at Washington. CLUB STANDINGS. Clubs. W. h. PC. Phlladelphia .10 4 .714 Chicago .?... 9 4 ,6U2 Delrolt ._,,.., h 0 ,619 Now York . 8 5 .619 Cleveland.?*. 6 7 .402 Boston. ii ti ,857 Washington ....?,.. 4 fl .307 Kt. Louls .:. 4 11 ,2G7 AHilMlrs Hit Tlraely. WASHINGTON, !>. C? Aprll 30.? Plunk hold Wnshington down to six lilts to-day. and Phlladelphia won out on timely lilttinj, .'! to -'. Score by innings: IX. IS. E. Washington _, 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 6 1 Phlladelphia .. o o o 2 0 0 0 0 1?3 7 2 Batteries: Kltson, Hughes and Blankenshlp; Plank and Schreck. Um? plre, Evans. Time, 1:35. Orth's I'lt.lilng Wins. BOSTON. MASS, Aprll .10.?Orth's Iiltting was as effectlvo as hls plteb Ing In the wlnnlng of to-day's gamo from New York 3 to 1. Score by Innings: XX. II. E. New York .... 000000 0 2 0?3 S 2 Boston . 0 l 0 o o o o n o_i 6 i Ratterles: Orth nnd Klinow; Dlneen, Harris an.l Armbruster. Tlme, Eifi. t'm. plres, Hurst and Connolly. Clevelnli.l 'I'nki -?* l.iint Game. ST. LOUIS, MO., Aprll 30.?Cleve? land won tho final game of the scrios fr.mi St. Louls to-day. Score by Innings: K. lt. E. f*t I^.iil.o o ii 0 il a li 2 0-2 9 2 Cleveland .0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1O-7-l 8 X Batteries' Morgati and Buelow; Leyd bardt an.l Clarke. Time, 2:01, Umpires, Sherldan un.i Stafford. NATIONAL LEAGUE YESTEKDAY' HBSULTS. Pittsburg-St Louis plstpoed?rain. 1'hlladrlphla, 3: Brooklyn, 2, Clncinnatl, 3; Chleago, 4. TO-DAY'S GAMES. Chleago at Clncinnatl. Bcston at New York _t. Louls at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at Phlladelphia. CLUB STANDINGS. Clubs. W. Chicago ......13 New York ........11 Tlttshttrg. "< Fhtladolphla . s Boston. r' Clnclnnntl . *> St Ix.uls.? Brooklyn .1 1'hllllcw "?Vln ln Ninth. PHILADELPHIA, PA., Aprll 30 ? Phlladelphia defeated Brooklyn here to-dav in tho ninth lnnlng after two mi.n had been retired. on nn error. a base on balls "n<l a hit Score by innings: ? ? ? _ ? Ttrooklvn ... 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0?2 8 2 Pliiladelphia -. OV0 0 1.0 0 0M 6 1 Batteries: Mclntyro and Illtter. Cor rldon an.l Jacklltsch, Time, 1:40. Um pire, Klem. Error* I.one for Iteil*. CINCINNATI, Aprll 30.-To-day*s game between Cincinnati and Clil? cago was marked by poor pltchlng aml looso ilelding. Mowrey, of the locals, mado threo orrors ln one malng. Score by innings: ?? **?? *** ChlcaKO. 003 10 0000?4 ?> 1 Clncnfnatl . 3 00 0 0 OO 0 ??"-*; SJ Batteries* Hall. Leary and McLean, Ovorall and Moran. Tlme, 2:20. Um? plre, O'Duy. _ _ SOUTH ATLANTIC At Atlnnta: Atlanta, 2; Blrmlngham, """At Shroveport: Shrcveport-Memphls. tiostooned, wet grounds. 1 A*t Nashvllle: Nasliville-Montgomery, ?no'stponed, rnln. .... At Llttle ltock: Little Rock, 4; New Orleans, 1. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE At Macon: Macon, 3; JacksonvUlo, 4. At Charleston: Charleston, 3; Augus UAt'Columbla: Columbia, 6; Savannah, 10- _. PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE. Central Wins from Fairmount Team by 15 to o. CLUB STANDINGS. Clubs. Won* Lelgh . Z Central ....,. - Elba .} West End. } Marshall . * Randolph .JJ "Falrmount." Madlson .?"??? ? The Central School baseball team shut out Fairmount in an interesting gnme. desplte tho one-slded scoro.; yesterday aftornoon by 15 to 0. InabUty of the losers to hit Orevnugh, nhd tho excellent Ilelding of tho winners was r.?sponslblo for the vlctory, whleh places Centrnl ln 11 tlo for tirst honors ln tho Public. School League wlth l.eigli Schoo'.. The Une-UP! Centrnl?E. Boberts, left-fleld; Wing? field, second-baso; Webster, third-buse; McFurland, centre-flold; Orevaugh. pltch? er; Burke. shortstop; Oppenhelmer, first baso; Uiwton. catcher; Slaughtor, rlBln flold. ?*?',' Falrmount?Clyborne, catcher; Koch . pltcher; Freoman, shortstop; Knight, first-., base; Hughes. second-basci; Gentry, thlrd bnse; Colllns, left-fleld; Oosslnghiuis, rlght fleld; Murdnck, centre-llelil. The scoro liy innings: XI. Central . 0 0 14 2 2 12 3?15 Falrmount . 0 0 n o 0 0 0 0 0? 0 Umplro, Towsloy, Attondnnce, 150. Third Team Wins. Tho thlrd tenm of St. Andrew's de? feated tlie first tenm on thn St. Andrew's flekl on Monday ln a regnlarly scheduled gamo of the Junior Leaguo by 17 to 7. Tho bnttlng of Bolton, Cnldor, Stephens, <7oaby nnd Kuhn woro the features. s LOSES TO CHAMPS .ynchluirg Lands ou Colta-' Pitcher in Two Innings and Wins. BICHMOND FIGHTSTO THE END1 .awmakcrs Make Hit with Fans by Fine Exhibition of Uphill Work Against Certain Defeat, YKKTHUIM V?? HKSt'l.TS. Lynchhurg, 9: Itlchmond, 4. Danvlllo, 3; Portsmouth, 2. Norfolk, 3; Roanoko, o. TO-DAY'S OAMES. llchmond ftt Lynchburg, Portsmouth at Danvlllo, Norfolk at Roanoke CLiiri BTAsmsas. Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. llchmond . C 2 750 toanoko . .^., 6 3 'cr.7 'unvlllo. , 4 4 r,0? .ynehburg . 4 1 ,500 jorfolk .,.... 2 r. .286 'ortsmouth . 2 6 .250 [flpcclal to Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatcw.1 LYNCHBURO. VA., Aprll 30.?Hut foi 1 rank decislon In tho third, whon ShnfTer wa.s called safo at second, nn.l a muff of a fly by Bowen, 111 dh mond would havo been shut out In tho soc? ond game of the sorios hore this even? ing, whlch wuh won by tho clumpions by 9 to i. Tho visitors wore 0utpla7f.fi n-. all ntnges. Flowers pltched ono of tho hoBt games s.-.-n here thls season, whllo Derby was wild nnd wns found often. Stlll, ho was offoctlve wlth men on tho bases. exoeptlng ln the third and nlnth, whon the locnls dld all of tholr scor? ing. Tho Colts only reached third once, except In tho third. In thls inninf,- it looked as though tho game would no to the visitors, becauso Derby, up to that time dld great work. Shaffer started the work hy wnlklng. Ulnton sacrlfloeri hlm a peg. nnd Flowora caught tho manngor napplng nt socond, but Lally dld not so.. tho play. Derby struck-out and Tltman nalled ono to centre, scoring Shaffer from second. Reeve hlt a hlgh ono nnd Bowen drop ped lt. Thon, after tho chance to retlre the Mdo. Heffron llfted a high one over left-lield fonco for nn earned home-run. After that tho visitors looked for a run or more, but three fast doublo plays klile.l these apparently >;oo.l chancos. ln tholr half of tho third tho Shoomnkcrs evened thlngs up. Botschor flew out to Heffron. FIschman slngled over O'Nelll and Flowers hlt another ln the sam.- placo. McKenna hlt a pop liy Just out of tho rench of O'Nci'l. IllllnR the bases. FUehman waa forced home whon Bowon wulko.i. Flowers srorod on Hooker's long fly to Wailaco. Haas tiit to short, McKenna scoring. Kirkpatrick fumbled a hot ono from Anthony, and Bowen crossed tho plato. Thon Derhy, wlth the score tlcd. sottled down, nnd Bently wont out by a llno V.y to O'Nell and Botscher flew out to Heffron. In the nlnth, wlth one man out, Hooker started tho slaughter of Derhy. Thls was followed In qulck succcsslon by a single by Haas, four balls to An? thony, a single by Bently, a double by Botscher and a trlple by FIschman, all of whlch netted llve runs. Derby walk? ed Flowers, but then he again settled nnd thu next two batters wera out on short llli-s. The Colts played a fino up-hlll game, and desplto the score against them ln the nlnth, they were just as full of glnger as whon the scoro stood 4 to 0 In tholr favor. Tho derneanor of tho team on tho trlp has flxed them ln the good graces of the fans, and hundreds of them want to seo Shaffer corral tho pennant. The score: Lynchburg. Players. A.B. R, H. O. A. E. McKenna. rf.....5 1 1 0 0 C Bowen, 2b.2 1 0 4 2 1 Hooker, cf. 4 X 1 2 0 C Hass, lb....5 1 3 9 ti C Anthony, lf. 3 1 0 1 0 C Bentley, c. 5 X 1 S 2' 1 Botschor. 3b. 4X2X21 FIschman, ss. 3 1 2 x n c Flowers, p. 3 1 X 1 5 t Totals .31 9 11 27 11 l Kichmond. Players. A.B. R. H. O. A. 13 Tltman, rf.^.; 4 12 0 0 1 Reeve, ss.4 1 0 3 2 ( Heffron, lf. 3 12 2 0] Wailaco, cf.....3 0 0 5 3 1 Kirkpatrick, 3b. 4 0 0 0 0 ( O'Nell, 2b. 4 0 1 1 0 ( Shaffer, lb. 3 1 0 S 0 I llinton, e.... 2 0 0 r. 0 ( Derby, p. 2 0 0 0 3 1 Totals .29 4 5 21 8 I Scoro by lnnlngs: R Lynchburg . 00400000 5?1 Rlchmond ?,. 004 00 0 000? Summary: Two-base hits?Botscher Three-baso hits?FIschman. Xlomi runs?Heffron. Sacrlflco hlts?FIsch? man, Wailaco and Hlnton. Stolei bnsos?Bowen, Hooker, Haas, TItmai nnd Heffron. Flrst base on errors? Lynchburg, t: Rlchmond, X. Eearne< runs?Lynchburg. 1. Left on basoB? Lynchburg, 9; Rlchmond, 2. Doubli plays?Haas (unasslstedl Flowora ti Botscher to Bentley to Bowen, Bowei to Haask Kirkpatrick and Shaffer Struck out?By Flowers, 7; by Derby 2. Bnso on bnlls?Off Flowers, 2 (Shaf fer and Heffron): off Derby, 6; Bowoi (2), Anthony (2), Hooker nnd Flow CONTESTANTS IN MEET HAMPDEN-SIDNEY TRACK TEAM. ? ' From left to right?J. F. Draper, Ti. O. Lucke, L. B. Harenob, B. XV. Stras (cap tain), F. S. Johns (manngor), W. M. Atkinson. ors. Hlt by pltched hall?-Botscher and D<-rby. Attendanco, 2,000. Tlmo of gamo, 2:02. Umpire, Lally. -.- \ DANVILLE AGAIN BEATS TRUCKERS [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] DANVILLE, VA., Aprll 30.?In n slow but rather Interesting ball gamo Dan? vlllo took tho second of. tho Berles wlth Fortsmouth thls aftornoon by 3 to 2. Tjavondor. a new pitcher for Dan? ville, who arrived yesterday from Oeorgla, was given a try-out to-day, and dellvered the goods. Ilallman, who was on tho flrlng llno for tho visitors, showed up ln Tjood form. Shumnn will probably do the twirling for tha Truckers to-morrow. Tho score: Danvllle. Playors. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Portsmoutli. Playors. AB. R. II. O. A. E. Warron. 3b . 3 0 0 0 0 0 Lawrence. 2b -..3 0 1 5 4 0 Martin. lb . 4 0 0 11 2 0 Loos, rf .4 0 0 1 2 0 JIIoss, ss . 3 X 1 0 4 1 Dobson. cf .2 0 0 0 0 0 Morrison, lf .4 0 0 10 0 Burns, c . 4 10 6 0 0 Hallman. p. 2 0 1 0 1 ?3 Totals .23 2 3 2! 1.1 1 Score by innings: R. rta,nvl)ia ... JJC .1 a n 1 i n n n n?:i Portsmouth .200 0 00000?2 Summary: Stolen bases?Moss, 2: Doljion, Powell, 2: Lawrence, Doylo. Sacrlilce hits?Doyle, 2: Henn, Warron, Lawrence, Dobson. Two base hlts? Hessler. Struck out?by Hallman, 5: by Lavender, 4. Bases on balls?off Hallman,- ?; off Lavender, 2. Loft on bas.-s?Danville, 7: Portsmouth, 5. Tlmo of gnme. two hours. Umpiro, Stanton. Attendance, 1,000. ROANOKE LOOSES TO NORFOLK NOHFOLK. VA.. Aprll 30.?Norfolk turned tho tables on Roanoko to-day lu a very cleverly played gamo, defeat ing the wlnn.-rs of yestorday's gamo by 3 to 0. Pitcher Morrison proved oany for the local team, and wore lt not for the excellent work dono by the out? lleld, Norfolk eould caslly havo rolled up a larger score. llonnoke. X'layers. AB. R. IX. O. A. E. Curtls, lf.,t,.. 3 0 0X00 Clnyton, 3b. 4 0 12 2 0 Clarke, 2b.a< I 0 0 1 2 Oi Kaley, lb. 4 0 0 11 1 0 Cooley, rf.j^... 3 0 1 1 0 V McMahon, ss. 3 0 0 3 4 <? Cote, c.M.. 3 0 0 2 10 Morrison, p. 2 0 1 0 7 0 Lohr, cf...&- 1 0 0 0 0 i Cooper, cf...... 0 0 0 2 0 0 Smith, cf. 1 0 0 1 0 0 Totals .2S 0 2 21 17 0 Norfolk. Players. AB. H. H. O. A. E. Dlnglo, SS....J,. 3 0 0 2 7 i Rothemel, 2b. 3 0 0 0 4 0 Seltz. lf.4 0 2 0 0 0 McMahon, 3b. .yj,. 2 0 0 0 1 <? Beusse, c.4 2 1 5 1 0 Evans, rf..._*.. 2 0 110 0 Jackson, cf. 4 1 1 1 0 0 Cumming, Ib.3 0 2 10 1 0 Matney, p..^,. 3 0 2 2 1 o Totnls .2S 3 9 27 IS 0 Scoro by innings: R. Roanoke .0000 0 0 00 0? 0 Norfolk . 01000200 ?? Summary: Earnou runs?Norfolk, Two-base hit?Beusse. Three-haso hit ?Cumming. Sacritice hlts?Rothemel, McMahon, Evnns. Stolen bases?Soltz. Cuinmlng, Matney. Doublo plays i Rothemel to Dinglo to Cumming (2). Bases on balls?off Matney. 1; off Mor rison, 2. Struck out?by Matney, 5; by Morrison, 2. Batters hlt?Morrison, Cooper, Evans. Tlmo, 1:18. Umpire, Truby. AUondnnee. 400. GREEKS BEAT SPARTANS AND TIE WITH BRITONS Tho Greeks, by defoatlng tho Spar? tans .by IS to 15, ln tho Young Men's Christian Assoelntlon Bnsket Ball Leaguo last night. nre tlotl wlth the Urltons for flrst placo. Th.- Ilnnl gamo will bo plnyed on Thursday night, Mny Otll, an.l will doclde the championshlp, In tho lirst half of tho yuino last night tho Spar? tans lud hy IX to I, but In the second half the Qreeks caught unc! piissotL tholr opponents. Tho llno up: C-recks. S|pii,rtun;j, V. A. Wells.F.AV. liinverninn C. A. Rndy.F_P. P, Thornton F, XI.? Twlnlng.C....Mcc. Thornton, capt. IJ, 41. Davls capt., .0..1'. .1. l'oarsall C, II. Buroh.o.I. Clreontrqo XI. A. Llttleton.F.13. D. PonrSOn Fleld Baskots?Twlnlng, 5; Wells, 3; P, Thornton, 3; Bravenuan, 2; MeThorn ton. Fro Thrown?Twlnlng, 3; Mc'l'liornton. Amateur Baseball. Tho Seventh Stroot Brownles do fented tho Tenth Stroets In a heavy hlttlng gamo yesterday nfternoon by lfi to 14. Tho Ti?lth Stroets kept aheiul untll tho nlnth Inning, whon tho Brownles forgod to tho front. Tho featuro was tho heavy hitting on both sldes. Tho batterlos: Brownles?Hall nml Vnlontlno. Tenth Streots?D, Wuodllti and Mitchell. MAKE GOOD SCDRES Widewater Social Club Enjoys Fine Outing on Potomac River. The Widewater Flshlng and Social Club of thla clty gave Its annual plcnk yesterday at the outing-grounds al Widewater, slxteen milcs beyoni! Fredericksburg. Over u hundred took tho trlp. One of tho very atlractlv* features ol the outing was tho clay pise.on tourna ment, which was ably managed by J. A Anderson. of tho Union Metalllc Cart rldgc; company. The scores: Tota 25 23 2.*i 25 brokt tar- tar- lar- tar- In gets. B'^ts. gets. gets. 100 Wllev Lawrence 19 19 24 24 iH "Poor Blll". 17 20 23 21 8* Albert Anthony. 19 18 20 23 8 Edgar Allan, Jr. 16 ln 20 .. 5 Dr. Tragle.12 15 17 .. 4 O'is Bemler.... H 11 13 .. 4 Jlm Anthony... 10 12 15 .. 3 Beter Anthonv.. .. 39 IS .. 3 Joseph Stumpf.. .. 14 .. 16 3' Charles Angle.. 11 ..16 3 Fr.mk Anthony. .. 11 11 .. 2 Madra, J. 1". ?? 10 2 Sam Cohen. 8 11 .. 2 MoseS Bose... .. 9 12 2 BOWLING BATTLES. Steam Shovels Capture Set b* Small Margin. The Amerlcan ?_*ocomotlvo Wo k league team played tho flfteenth gam of tho season last night at Lako Alley; and al four teams put up goo.i gomei Tho Steam Shovel teams captured th match liy a srnull margin. Whll... Her bcrt, a new playor, just slsned by th Ten Wheelers team. carrled off th honors ln hlgh individual score for ?li exening. Tno scores: PACIFICS. ?Games? lst. 2d. 3d, RamOS, rapt. 130 124 h'o) Alllson . 105 12" 162 Watklns .13** 121 n~ Rlegel .1"*"' 0J> T2 Wllkes .108 J0 117 Totals .?'.79 332 C3-1?3 71 STEAM SHOVELS. ?KJamos?? lst. 2d. 3d. Miller ' caut.151 153 l'",! Bhepp'ard, M.'19 l** l? Llghtner .14*; 112 1j;5 Shoppard W.122 120 9. Pyle . 9;_ -^f ? TotaIs .G33 600 630?1,81 Dreilges. Salentlne, capt.... 145 1.43 159 mills . 1 ?'?'? in lia MoMurtry-. 104 136 118 Jorstrom . ?'*? }*? ]"? T>nl] ., ,. Jl 113 102 Totnl . r'*"> f'r,s *-*-???????"" Ten Whcelcr*; Foster. capt. 124 153 153 Dubert .1 -1 }\} }** Rothemltch ....- Ss l-l l:i Smith . I1'-* ?9 77 Wiseman . 103 113 90 Total ....?-.?? ?''?'?' oS7 574?l,i i Last nifrlit wns another great nigl nt tho Lake Alleys for hlt?h scoro Hicks was hlgh wlth 115. The scoro. Hicks . Ij-" Brown . 1> Vnd.n . IU Cosby . Hl Page . l?8 Both . 108 Dowllng . 101 Carpenter . 104 Crenshaw . lft2 Deleanoy .I"2 Jonks. l?2 Smlth .-??? 1?0 Lorno . oi Thomas . 92 Slnunnns . 00 AER0NAUT STARTS 0N LONG FUGHT EASTWAR ST. LOUIS, MO., April .10.?Witli sharp, raw wlnd blowlng an.l hon clouds banking tho sky, Captaln Chr DeF. Chnndler, Unltod States Slgn Corps, and Aeronnut .1. C. McCoy, Now York, started to-nlght on the dolayell long-distanco balloon trlp. Tl sturt hns beon schoduled for three iln> Thev hoped the wlnd would carry the eastward thnt they mlKht lnn.l ne Washington, D. 0., bul the balloon toe n southerly courso, voerlng slightly tlu.* west. Butts Wins Race. [Speclal toThoTlmos-Dlspatch,] PETERSHUBO. VA.. Aprll 30.?Buti of this clty, tlofeated Brent. ..f nio mond, In a fast nnd <?losel.v-nintc.st. dno'tn'lle raco ut th.* Wnshington Stro Bkatlng Rlnk, Butts tlnlshlng ubo two yards nhcaa of hls rlvni. a b crowd wltnossod tha rnco, whlcli w the best ever seen horo, 0n at Byrd-Street Stafcioi Off at Exposition Grounc In a glfty. wlthout ohango- or trnn-sfo Via Norfolk and Western Baiiwa Tlu* Jamestown Llmltod wlll lon Biehmond 8 A. M. every Thursday n Saturday, Leavo grounds, returntiiK. 1'. M. ROUND TRIP Blue and Gold Treats MeGuire's to a Defeat in [nter'prepar atory LcagllC BOTH TEAMS HIT HARD Twcnty-eight Stngles Rcgistercd During tlie Contest, in th. ship BO In a gamo repl-to wlth brilliant play Ing nnd heavy batting, the MeGuire's School lost to tho Rlchmond Academy on tho Unlon Theological Semlnary diamond yestorday aftert second contest of the chan rles by 13 to 8. Much Interest wus nmnlfcHt.-d ln thls gamo because had McOuIro'a won the victory would hnvo given tholr school a goo.i lead ln the penant race, wlth a percentago of 7",0. Hy admlnlster lng tho defeat the academy pulled down lts groat rlvals a notch. at tho same time tylllg tho High School and Mc Ouiro'a for llrst place in the Inter-Fre paratory School Athletlc League, The percentago column now roads 500 for the threo schools. From tho lirst Inning yestorday the gamo dovelopod Into a slugglng match, McGulro's making ten safotlea off Ely. whllo the academy chalked up tho largo numbor of eighto-n olT Mosely. A P cullar featuro was that, notwtthstond Ing tho number of hlts. Moaely had fourtoon strtke-outa to hls cr.-.nt. Ex? copt thc elghth Inning. whon he passed the llrst three men. hls control wns ex? cellent, hut the glttH provod costly, all of them afterwards r'eaultlng in scores. Tho pltchlng of Ely_ wns also good. Although hls Htrlk.""T7T\n wero fow, yet inning aftor Inning It was one, two thr.-o order,, as shown by tho fact that MeGuire's scored all tholr runs In two lnnlngs. In tho elghth ho retlro.l tho opposlng batsmen on threo pltched balls. Tho aoadomy slioved one mnn across thu rubber in tho tlrst Inning on hlts by Willlams, llnrrison and Rlce, addlng two more In the s.-eond, and two more in tlu: third. McGulro's got their flrst tr.lli.-H In tho socond. Tho score re? main. -.1 6 to 2 until tho sixth, whon the woarers of tho blue and gold added two mor-. making a total of seven. But In the endlng of thls inning, MeGuire's got into tho gamo good and hard, an.l when the dust rolled away, six runs had been added and thc scoro was S to 7 ln their favor. But tho taste of vic? tory was short. Tho academy worked a man around ln tho seventh, and by a great rally In the elghth, asslsted by Mosely's throo passes, plled up the score to thlrtoen. On Thursday tho academy toam will leavo Kichmond wuh ten mon. in charge of Coach Handy. for Xtlackstono, Va., whore a gamo will bo plnyed wlth Hoge Mllltary Academy. As the team ls do tormlnod to keep up tholr wlnnlng stroak a good contest ls expected wlth Hogo boys. The scoro by Innings: Academy. Players. A.: Lewls, rf. 1 Willlunis, ss. 7 Harrison, cf. 7 Ely. p. 5 Rlce. lf...".. i Rose, 2b. 3 Smith, c. 5 Davlson, 3b. I Quarles, Xb. 5 R. H. E R. 11. 0 2 4 4 O. 1 Totals Players MeGuire's. 13 IS 12 1 I-'orsythe, cf. Utz, ss. 5 XV. Mlllor, lb. 5 Moseley, p. .". Wellford. rf. 6 R. Mlllor. 2b. 4 Cecll. 3b. :; Davlson. c. .1 Throckrnorton, lf.... 4 A.Ii. R. IX. O. A. E. 0 Totals .37 S 10 27 17 4 Score by innings: r, Academy . 12 2002X5 0?13 MeGuire's . 02000100 o? s Summary: Stolen bases?Williams (2) Rose (2), Moseley (2). Doublo plays? Harrison to Rose, Thioekmortori to R Miller. Base on balls-roU Ely, 3; off Moseley, 5. Hlt by pltched balls?Ely Struck out?hy Ely, 4: hy Moseley 14. Passed balls?Davlson, 3. Time of game two hours nnd twenty minutes, Umpiro -Mr. Lodgo, of Rlchmond College. Attend A. AND M. LOSES. W/xshington and Lee Aclministers Second Defeat to Agriculturists. LEXINGTON, VA., April 30.?Wnsh? ington nnd Leo Unl-verstty admlnlsterod a socond defeat to tho Agrlcultural nnd Mechanlcdl Collego, of North Carolina thls aftornoon, by .1 to 1. Tho Varslty's fleldlng waa raggod, but tho superb pltchlng of Johnson saved the gamo. .Tho visitors got only three hits off hls dellvery, nnd ho flolde.I his position in grand style. Sexton, for tho Caro llnn.-.-. pltched a very stendy game, strlklng out eleven mon, but tho locals hlt .best when hlts wero needed most Thoy made two snappy double plays] and tho visitors one. Bagloy. of tho Varsity, mndo a g-roat one-hand stop, nnd Sherford; of tho Agrlcultural and Moclvinicnl Colloge, repontod hls beau? tiful slngle-hand catch of yestorday aftornoon. Scoro by Innlnps: II. H E A. and M.1 o n o n o o o?i 3 3 W. and L...0 H 1 0 0 0 2 0 *?3 r, ii Battorles: A. and M.?Soxton and Thompson. W. nnd Ij.?Johnson nnd Anthony. Umpire, Mr. Danlel Porter, of Staunton. MARVELOUS MILLER HAS A NASTY FALL NEW YORK, Aprll 30.?Jookey Walter Miller received Injuries ln tho lirst race at Jamaica to-dny, whlch probably wll' keep him out of the saddlo for sovqwI dnys. II.. hud tho mount on Epooha hoavlly played nt 7 10 2, but soon nfter tli,. start Epocha stunihlcd an,i tell, throwlng Mil? ler hoavlly. and th ? latl sufforod 11 sprain.-d anklo, Juggier, hanvlly plnyed at 5 to 2 had llttl.. trouble wlnnlng the Corqnn stakes. Tho suminnrlesl Klrst race, s.-lltng, llve furlongs? Ilniidaaround (XB to l) llrst, BoundUVK 101k (30 to 1) second, Ih-nnle WllllaniH (10 to ii third. Time, 1:01 i-r.. Second rnco, selling, six furlongs?Bar bary Bel'o (."> to 2) flrst, Pr. IIollls (7 tn 1) second, Teiierosa (4 m 11 third, Time, 1:13 2-5. Third race, six furlongs Flrst Promluni (12 to 1) llrst. Don Homo (1.". to 1> sec? ond, lni.uisltoi- (ii to 11 third. Timo 1:KI Stnl: Fourth race, th.- C< nnd s.-wntv yards?Juggier (?"> lo -) lirst, Ryo (4 lo 11 socond. DrnhUn Lad (li 10 5) third. Time, 1 :,',2. Flfth rae,-, ono mllo nnd idxti-oulli Vonnhl'o (fi to \) tlrst, Molosy (B to lol second, Assorp (7 lo 11 third, Tlmo, 1:17. Siitth race;''selling, fjvo'fur'oiiKS Com inunlpnw dl to 11 llrst Millston,- <!". tn II BCCOtuI, Wir.j Ualul (00 to 1) tllll'd. Tlmo, I'M, FOR OUTDOOR MEET Ueii Wln.) Will Run Richmorul's First Field and Track Gaines. \LL ARE WELL KNOWN [?'.very fndication That Games Will Jie Well Handled, with No Uniicccssary Delay. Dosplto t!i,.> largo number of ontriea nl ..uly received liy the mnniii^ement ol h" Intercolleglnto nnd Interscholastlc lola und track games, whloh wlll im hclt n thls clty next .Saturday at tho Btati ?'alr Grounds. moro blanks came In lnst llght wlth every mall, and thc: ofllclal! n charge of tho lUTnlr are now assurei ,f success, al least in tho number of atlv etes who wlll bo seen ln compctltinn rinit. tho conipetltlori wlll bo well wortl JOlng to s?ee !? readlly seen by even f tasual glance ovor tho llsts whleh wer. publlahed exoluslvely ln theso column: yosterday mornlng. Prom overy college whleh wlll be represented comes tho roport thai tho men nro training dlllgently and eon sctontlously, nn.i taken for granted thn ijood hard training by men entered ln BI event means tho olosest of flnlsiieH. then should be this in plenty to sutisfy thc most enthulastlc lover of /iot r.-icln? nm track conipotltloris. List of Officials. Tho latest iinniiuncemcnt hy tho mnn ncffinent of the gnmos la tho llst of those who wlll conduct tho nlTnlr. Or. Wll linm Orant, <?f Battimoro, tho chalrman o tho Beglstratlon Committee of tho South Atlantlc Association of tho Amatou Athlotlo Union, heads tho llst nn tlie ro fer..,. of the meet. Dr, Orant needs ni Introductlon tn followors of amateur sport nnd the fu.*t that he wlll come down her to act ln thls capaclty, when he wns In Vlted to eilllelate in a meet liearer hl home on tho same day. bndeH well for th sport here ln Rlchmond, nnd goes to slun that those handllng tha thcot stand wel wlth tlio hlgher otlleiajs of to Amatou Unlnn. Thut thero wlll be< no unneees sary delay ln tho runnlng off of the pro grani under a man of tho wldo oacperl enoe of Or. Grant Is a suporfluous state mpnt. Tho other two men who liavo th most important posltlons an.l who hav nn envlahlo reputatlon In thr> Easter athlotlo world are W. C. Thncher, r Washlnptnn. who wlll net na clerk of th courso, nnd Oeorgo 3.' Robertson, of Bnl tlmore, wlio haa been chosen startei Tho lntter ls on,. of tho best known an most popular starters ln th.> Kast. an has boen actlng In the same enpneity I and around Baltimoro nnd Washlmrto for tbe pnst six nr eight years and more Tho retnainder of the. llst eomprlse men whoso abilltles in handllng athlotc ls but a statement of faet. Among thes ar>* oonehes at the different Stnte college: nnd lneal men well up ln athletle affalr: Tlie first complete otllcial llst publlshe clork nf course W. C. Thalier; startei follows* Rcferee, Dr. Willlam f'.rnnt George' S Robertson; Judges nt tlnisl J. P. Sharman Charles II. Burnett. Hnt ry II Smlth and W. P. Sholton. nll i Rlchmond: tleld judpes. E A. _Dunl0] Slator C. BlacklstOn and Georgo E. Hav ad of Rlchmond: timers, J. A. Mulr, . Taylor Robinson. Rlvos Fleralng; Inspet tnrs \V. L Prlnco. C. C. Pearson, B> Boseboro, Chnrhs A. Bargamln. PRESIDENT TENNIS CLUB., ADMITS A NEW MEMBEI WASHINGTON, D. C, April 30. Beekmnn Wlnthrop, the newly-uppolnt od Asslstant Secretary of tho Treasurj has Jolned the Presldent'a lawn tennl club. To-day hc pnrticipate.1 ln th jramo on the court In tho rear of th exe'ctitlyo nfflces wlth the Preslden Ambassador Jusserand nn.l Asslstan Attorney-Qeneral Cooloy, of tho De partment of Justlce. ? JAY GOULD WINS. American Captures Semi-Fim in International Tennis Contes LONDON, April 30.?lay Gould wo tho soml-flnnl tntorriatlonal amatoi: court tennis championshlp games tc dny, dofontinsr Pugn In three stralfrl i_/eoi juu wcuii u? Detroit Jewel. Better thls year than f - ?-??~?ot ever. jinia Plumbing and Heating Company, 194. 26 North Ninth Street._ Removes All Desire for Liquor. Incbriely?caused by exccssivc use of Liguor, Drugs, or Tobacco?is recog? nized as a disease of the nervous system. 1 lie Keeley System of Treatment Curcs the disease by eliminating all pliysical craving for drink, drugs or tobacco, bu'lds up the nervous system, ond restona tlie neive celta lo a normal, healthy condition. 1 lie Keeley Institute of Richmond cures and gives homelike, confi Jential treatment, administered by skilled physician*. The Keeley Institute, ggfi* ?-., P. O. Box 7S6. OTIS H. RUSSELL, Manager. Crenshaw, Inc. 1 1 00 East Main Street Tlio Finest irquippetl aml Best Cigar Store iu the South. Old Stand?New Fixtures?-New Stock Come whero vou have thc witlost selection for your money. Fancy Vest Sale All our $2.00 and $2.50 Fanc^ Wash Vests reduced to08c. All our $3.00 and $3-50 Fan<*o| Vests reduced to $1.08. All our new Three-Button VeBtsl In brown, gray and novolty jtlaldul $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 values, rof duced to $2.98 Always the Best. Phone 2905. DELIVERED FRESH DAILY. Sblptnunta made. Repreaentativej ?vanted. Como Lithia Water Co., Richmond. Va. sets?G-0; (i-0: 6-2. Pngc was outclass eil by the young Amerlcan. Gould and Pennell, tlie champion ot 1904, wlll meot ln tho llnal to-mor? row. Cbnsclous or the crltlclsm ovokod by ItK postponemont of a docisloai, th ex ecutlve commlttoo of thu court tennla association met thls aft.-rnooin Instead of to-morrow, as plannoil arwl declded thnt Kustaco II. Mlles, tho lioldor of tlio championshlp, shall bo permitted to dofend tho tltlo and that the win? ner of to-morrow's llnal may challenKa the champion to play for tho tltlo Majr ?1th.