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out. "lt lookotl Uko ii walk over, but Mlko bore hti nccustotned srrille, aiit'l tho crowd lingnh to wpritlcf. &fea?i tho.i h.'.i\y hittor, dii.i iiI Hrsl froni ? iNoll, nnd Wnrreii HCOfbtt. Th n CriS t.i.iy wb? pmiwd along, nnd th i n* Wi r,. niled ngnlrr. The *mok? froni n piifsitifr traln cnvelopetl Iho grouhdi tis Morrlson hil up n hlcts little ono te U'NcIt, who froio hla intin, Tho crowd rol up a mlghty yoll, and Shaffer clianged hil mltid aboul puttlng l.ong in ti Made thc Wclkin Ring. Tho Colta dld nothlrig nntli the thlrd. Hlnlnri had perishcd bll n long fly to conttv, nnd Cns.-I.ly had Inn.lod for a| gnod hit to t'lRlit. Tho man of tho i,n\. howovor, i'.as hnlled at second ln 1111 attompt to stoal, nnd then Tlt-I man safed on n blnglo, lle burglarlfcod soconti, nnd tiod tho Kiuno by Bcorlng on Rtseve'a kUikI". Timt stnrtod thc gnMg again, and Sydnor'g hrlgndo mado: tho woikln rlng wlth cowbells nnd: llllngs. Tho noxt and wlnnltig rtin wns lr.ndo in tho Btxth. Tltnian wns tho hero of this nlso. Ho hamlo.l Sliuman ; a lenion In tho shnpo of a aafety, nnd I there wns .1 nolso of a sacrlflco naj I'.oovo paaBcd hlm to second. Hcftron hoiit out a hlt to centre, nnd tho rtm- j ner got to thlrd, nnd when Dobson lot 1 tho boundor paas throufth hlm, Tlt passefl over tho slah, nnd the vlctory ! was won. In tho seventh Innlng, Klrk J alnglcdi nnd waa sncrlflced down by (')'Noll, but he ancho'ro'd on second pll low, for thc rie'xt two'dled by tho wny sido. Tho Colts wlll lonve thls mornlnir for Hnnvilie. whord they will play three days, r'oturnlng here to moot tho Roa? noko t.nm for the flrst tlme, on Thiirs day. Still wlll probnbly open up In the Clty on tho Dan. The detailcd scoro is given bclow: Illoliinnnil. PlaVers. A.B. R. H. O. A. K. Tltman, rf. 3 2 2 2 0 0 neev'e ss . 2 n 1 4 1 0 Heffron. if. 3 0 1 0 0 0 WetlacVs, cf. 900 101 Klrkpatrlck, 8b. 3 0 1 0 1 0 O'Noil. 2b. 2 0 0 2 7 0 Sha'ffer lb. 3 " n 1 ? ? n Hlnton. c. 3 0 1 1 1 0 Cassldy, p. 3 0 1 0 2 0 Totnls .2S 2 7 27 15 1 Portatnontlt. Plnyers. A.P. R. IL O. A. E. Wnrron. 3b. 3 1 0 0 1 0 Lawr.iicc, 2b. 4 0 1 2 3 0 MRrtin, c. 301 410 Loos. rf. 3 0 0 10 0 Mosa ss. 4 0 0 3 2 0 Cassldy. lb. 3 0 1 8 5 0 Morrlson, If. I 0 0 1 0 0 Dobson, cf. 3 0 o 4 0 1 b'human. p. 3 0 0 1 3 0 Totals .30 1 3 24 12 1 Score l.v Innlngs; R Rlohmond . O01001 00 ??2 Portsmouth . 1 0000000 v?l Summnry: Stolen hnses?Tltnian, P.eove, Warron (2), Martin. D'ouble plnvs?Moas to Lawronce to Cassldy. Base 011 hnlls?Off Cassldy. I; off Shuman, 1. Stru.-k out?Hy Cassldy, 1; Sliuman, 4. Sacrlfico hlts?Reeve, (2); O'Noil. Tlme of pnme, 2 hours. Um jilro Stanton. Attendance, 9,000. POOR FIELDING LOSES FOR CREW Norfolk Knocks Danville Pitchcr Out of Box. but Can't Win. Special 10 Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. | NORKOLK, VA.. May 4.?In tho pnme 1 , >-. Korfolk'a tidd work -wns vcry ; ? r, and Ilanvllle won tho game, tho Ecore belng 0 Jo r>. Lonf drlves wcre thc featurc, nnd the sorvlces of four I llch< rs for Danvlllo and thrco for Norfolk wcr? necessary before the c oso of the game. Norfolk knooktjil Ham :in.l Ricknrds out of the box ln '.ho cighth, scorlng slx runs. Norfolk. Players. AB. U. H. O. A. E. Dlngle, rf. :: 1 0 0 0 0 Brown, 2b. 2 11 1 8 0 Seitz, if. 4 1 1 0 1 0 McMahon, 3b. G 0 2 13 0 Edwards, c. 6 1 1 8 1 0 McKonssle, sa. r> 1 1 112 Jackson, cf. 5 1 2 1 0 u Cumralngs, lb. 4 1 2/15 0 1 Otey, p...-.,?_201 020 Jordan. p. 10 0 u 11 0 Miilney. p. 0 0 0 0 1 0 ?Beusao . 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals .37 7 12 27 17 3 Dnnvllle. Players. AB. II. IL O. A. E. Roggy, ss. 5 0 2 2 4 0 Doyle, 21. 512 040 Hicks, lb. 6 2 2 11 0 1 McKovitt. rf. 5 U 1 1 (I 0 PowelL .lf. 1 1 0 2 0 Jless\erT...3'b.&. 6 0 1 .",2 0 H-'iiil, cf. 5 l .1 3 0 0 O'Connor, c. 1 0 0. 1 0 0 Ham, p._ 2 2 1 0 2 1 Ryan, c.. 3 2 1 r> 1 0 ilickards, p. 11 11 0 0 0 0 Lavender, p. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.41 9 13 27 13 ?Bousso batted for Jordan in cighth. Score by innlngs: K, [Danvjlle .,.:.; ooomi l! o-^-'J ?Norfolk . 0 0 a 1 0 0 0 6 0?7 Sunamary: Earnerl runs?Danvlllo, G; Norfolk. 5. Two-base hlts?Henn (2). Three- ba.se hlts?Brown, Edwarda, Cummlnga. Doublo play?Hicks, iinns slated. Sacrlflco hlts?S.-ltv.. Stolen hases?Soitz, Doyle. Powell, Baaoa on hal.ls?Ham. 3; Otoy, 1, Strike-outs_ Hum, -4; Otey, 2; Jordan, 1; Lavender, 1, Left on hases?Danville, 5; Norfolk, 7. Passed balls?Edwarda, 2; Ryan, 1 Battcr hit?Ham. Hlts?Off Otey, 9; Jordnn. 4; Ham, 11; Lavender, 1. TI1110, 2 hours. Utnpire, Truby, Attendance 2,000. STiiT FROM ATHLETIGS (Continued from Flrst Pago.) whlle lioffmnn wns tho only Chlcagoan to hlt Willis. Score by Innlngs: R, 11. ig. Ghlcago ...... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 ??1 2 0 pittsburg ... 00O0O00O 0?0 6 2 llatterles: Lundgren and Kllng; AVIllls arid Olbson. Tlme, 1:40. Utnpire, 0'DUy_. Errora nt Clncinnatl. CINC1NNATI, OHIO, Mny 4.?An error In the elffhth Innlng saved St. Louis a Kliut-out ln to-dny's samo with Clncin? natl. Cold weathor kopt tho crowd to ?a inlnimum. Score by innlnes: R. H. E. Clncinnatl ...00100400 ??5 c 1 St Loula_0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?1 4 1 Batteries: Ewlng nnd McLean; Beobe nnd Maishnll. Tlme, 1:45. Lmiilics, Curpenter and Johnstono, 0THER GAMES M Worceitor, Mass.: Hurvard, 1; lloly Croas, 0. At Now Jlnven: Corttell, 2; Vnle, 1. At A.Bhvollle: Binghom, 2; C'atawha, l (tlrteen Innlngs). SQUTHEPN LEAGUE At Naahvillo: N'ajshvillo, i; A.tls.ntu 0. At Blrmlngham: Ulrmlrigham, o;' Montgomory 3. At r.iitlc Rock: Utllo.Rock.~4; Mom. j.hia. v At Bhreveport; ShrovQport# 0; Now Orlcana, 1, LYNCHBURG'S 1907 TEAM Iteiutlng from tett <o rlghti Top row?Mwrphy rlKhl-flcld) Hoockcr, ccntro-neldt Anflieny, left-neldt Onkley nnil Ptcviiirf, pltehers. Second nnv-ltnn> Orat-bnsci Ooodrlcb, utllltyi Mnungcr (Jrlint Uentley, cntcher; Flowcrs, pltcher. Thlrd row?Uowen, sccoiid-bnsej llenulger, cnteliert Cobbs niuacut| Iti-tHi-Iier. i Siiril-hiiNfi Kluolimnu. mUnrl xtan. i ITDIfi LEAGUE OPENS SEASON Three Games Inaugurate Opeii ing of P.ascball Association. C. & O. Is Victorious. LOCOS ALSO WIN GAME STA.MJING OF CLLIJS. Won. Lost ISvenlng Journal ..1 0 C. & O. Oftlces. 1 0 LocOs . 1 0 Soiithern Boll . 0 1 Timcs-Dlspatch ... 0 1 U'atkins-Cottrell ..0 1 P.C. l.OOO 1.000 1.000 .oou .oon .000 The Amatour Bengue openod Its sea? son yesterday on the l'.yrd Fark dla niond ln an excitlng game between the Richmond Journal and The Times-Dia patch, the score belng 7 to .'? in favor Ot the Journal. Mr. Charles B. Cooke tosscd the flrst ball over, and from this timo untll the iiinth innlng lt wiis qulte intercsting. Dowden pitched a good, game. as did nlso Bowers. Tho tearn wotk of tho .fournals was good. Gardner; for Tho Tiines-Dispatcli, played a pretty gamo l.i the flcld. \V. Bauer also played hls position very nicely. Stout's tlniely h.itting was ono of tho featutes. The score: itichiiioiiii Journal. Playors. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Goldback, 3b.3 1 0 4 1 l W. Baueiv as.fi 2 2 3 l i French, of. 1 l l l o 0 Pettway, 2b. ...L....... -i 1 i o l n Bigbio, lf. 5 o o o o o Coats, rf.;; u l l o o C. Bauer, lb .^.. I 0 17 0 0 Dowdon, p.2 1 2 o 3 o Stout, c. 3 i 8 11 4 o Totals ....33 7 11 27 10 2 TilllC.N-I)I.S|>uU'll. Flayors. AB. R. H. O. A". E Gardner, lf.4 o l 3 o o G-watlimoy, 2b. iu... ?! 1 1 2 2 <> li.-irwood, 3b.5 2 3 2 0 0 Bowers, p. 5 i i o 2 o Kssekiel, cf. . .lan.4 0 2 3 0 0 Fle'mlng, as. 3 0 0 2 1 2 Sniith, lb. 3 0 0 .1 n o Morgan, rf.fM 4 0 0 0 0 0 Crenshaw, c.4 l 2 10 1 o Totals .36 5 10 27 8 2 The score by innlngs: r. Richmond Journal.1 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0?7 Tlmes-Dlspatch. ..2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0?5 Summary: Two-baao hltB?w. Bauer, Pettway and Crenshaw, Stolen hanes? Btgblo, Dowdeh; Stout and Gardner. Baao on balls?Bowers, 3. lllt by pitched balls?by Dowden, 2: by Bow? ers. 1. Struck out?by Dowden," 11; by Bowers. 10. Tlmo of gamo, 1:40. Um pire, Wyntt. Attendance, 260. C. & O. vs. Watkins-Cotlrell. If the reat of the games to bo played in tho Richmond Amateur Loaguo thli year nre ns productlvo of ns good games aa the one pullcd off at Forost Hill yesterday afternoon between thf Cheaapeako nnd Olilo Oflieo toam iu\i\ tho team ropreaonting Watklns-Cottrell Company, there is nn doubt but that tho season wlll be tlie best one yet hnd. Tho game wns hnrd fought from the atart to flnlsh. Watkina-Cottrell scored flrst, and C. and O. more than evoned up later on. Tiio pitqhing ol both Mopre and Winston would bo hari to improve on in tho amatour llne Smllh, nl second for C. nnd O., played tho best all around gnme. Tho scoro: Wntkliis-Cottrell. Playora, A.B. R. II. O. A. E Jono8, ir.. :;h. 3 l l o o < Coboan, 2b. -I n o 3 1 ( Bowors, if. :i n o :i 0 < Wray. rf. 4 o o 0 0 ( Reith,- lb. 1 n 0 7 0 ( Sniohrs, ps. 4 O 2 1 t i Bookor, c. 4 n o 10 2 ; FottH, cf. 3 0 0 0 0 ' Winston, p. ',: n 2.1 3 : Totals .31 1 f> 24 7 - C. iiml o. Players. A.B. R. H. O. A. E Moore, i>.1 0 o 0 2 "Wtlklnson. J., C. 4 0 l <> 4 I Craven. lf. 3 0 0 2 1 i Knlghtloy, lb.;.. 2 l 1 fl o i west, cf. a o o o o ' Bniley, 3b. 3 l 0 1 1 "Wilklnsnn, M., ss. 3 0 I 1 2 smitii. 2b. a o o s i Bluikman, rf. 3 0 0 0 0 Totals .38 2 3 27 11 Scoro by limings: B \VatkIP8-Cottrell .1 0.0 0 0 000 0? i?'. und 0 nllli'-s.0 10 0 10 0 0 ? ? Sumtnaryi Stolon bases?Knightloy Bailey (3), Jones, Sandora, Doubl pjayar? Moore to Sniith to Knlghtlej Buso on balls -Winston, 2; Moore, 1 iiu by pitched balls?Winston, Siatdort l. Struck out?Winston, 10) Moore, t Tlmo of gamo, 1:60, Umplre, tirooks Attenilfttico, 260, Loeos vs. Southern Bell. k Tho Loeos, lust ycar'a ptmniplotiB li I tbe Amateur Lettgne, openod tip ln thelr old form. Althotlgh the playlng Of nclthcr sldc wns whnt could be callod hlgh-claBS the game wns lnterestlng from stnrt to Mnlsli. Nelthrr sldo wns In nny way sure of tho ganio until the last Innlng. Tho I/oeos' battery cnrrlod awny the honora. Thc groiind not belng in the best of con dltlon, Interfered aomowhnt wlth brll? llant lleldlng. Tho scorr: Snutberu Rcll. Plnyers. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Knowlos, cf. 5 1 1 3 0 0 Phlllips. 2b. 6 1 2 1 1 1 HotiChlns, ss. 4 1 2 3 3 1 Swift, 3b. 3 2 12 10 Jones, p. 4 3 2 1 6 0 Cosby, c. and lb.4 11 5 2 2 Rltenour, lf. 4 l 2 2 o 0 Howell, lb nnd c_3 1 1 8 2 S. Jones, rf. 4 0 '0 1 0 Totals .30 11 12 24 14 G IiOCon. Plnyers. AB. R. It. O. A. E. Trinimcr, ss. 4 0 2 2 4 1 W. Hny rf. 4 2 1 1 1 0 Lewis. 3b. B 3 E 2 1 1 iKinuliuo, lf. 4 2 12 0 0 Nourohr, cf. 4 3 1 1 3 0 Leftwlch, 2b. 4 114 2 Wade c. fi 1 2 " 1 1 Vaughan, lb. 4 2 1 fi o 1 E. llay. p. 4 2 2 2 0 0 Totals .30 16 13 27 11 f The scoro by Innlngs: R. Southern Bell.0 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 0?11 L0CO3 .12 01340 5 ??16 Summary: Two-base hlts?Rltenour and Trimmer. Three-bnso hlts?Wade. Bnso on balls-^Iones, 3: llay, 4. Hlt by pltched balls?Jones 2; Hny, 3. St'ruck out? Jonos, 6; llay, 7. Time of game, 2 hours. Umplre, Mesc'oe. Attendnnce. 300. MANCHESTER H!GH BEATS ST. PETER'S li\ a very mtorcstlng gamu played at Forest 11111 Park, Mancheater Illgh School won the second of a sories of threo games, from St. Pcter-'s Scliool by 5 to 3. Tho contest proved vcry excltlng, takillg elovon Innlngs to decldo it. Tho fi aturcs wero the batting of the Bleclfor brothors, nnd tho catchlng of Jones for tho Manchester Illgh School. For St. Pcter's, Brlggs mado a beautlful ono-hnnd catcli. Tho tcams expect to croas bats agatn Thuraday at 4 P. M. nt Forest Illll Pnrk, nnd. a llvely game is expooted. Tho score: Miiucheatcr lligli Scliool. Plnyers. A.B. R. H. O. A. E. H. Jones, ss. 4 1 1 2 0 l G, Beloher, 3b. C 1 4 3 0 0 Bfip-r, lf. 3 1 2 0 0 1 Tnylor, lb. 2 1 1 3 0 0 A. Jjolchbr. 2b. 5 1 3 1 0 0 HlankotiKlilp, rf.2 0 0 1 0 0 R. Jonos, c. 3 0 2 2 0 1 Dunforil. cf. 4 0 0 0 0 0 Robertson, p. 3 0 1 2 5 1 Total .31 5 14 13 5 4 St. Pctcr'a School, Plnyers. A.B. R. If. O. A. E. Q. Poh, 3b. 4 1 2 0 3 1 G. Brlggs, ss. 4 0 0 1 1 1 W. Lyons, c. 4 1 1 1 1 0 Kolley, cf. 2 0 0 3 0 0 Forlter, 2b. 3 0 0 10 0 Whlttkamp, lb. 2 0 0 0 0 0 Onosty, p. 4 1 1 0 4 0 AV. Poh. rf. 4 0 0 8 0 2 Knlghtly, lf. 4 0 0 2 0 0 Total .31 3 4 11 9 I Scoro by Innlngs: R. H. E. M. H. S.2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?5 14 4 St, P.eter'a_ooooiiooioo?3 4 4 Summary: Struck out?by Onesty, I; by Rabejteon, 8. Bnso on balls?Onesty, S. Umplre, Ely. Anttendancc, 100. FORK UNION BEATS V. C. C. Only Error by Winners Prevents Losers from Being Shut Out. | S|)oclix! to Tho TlmoB-Dls'pntch,) FORK UNION, VA., -Mny 4.?Tho Vlrglnla Chrlatlan Collego, of Lynch? burg, was defeated yestorday by Fork Uhlon Acadomy by 11 to 1. Tho vlsitors only score wns mado on mi error. Tho academy team openod up on the. vlsi? tors' plteher early, and hy hard nnd tlmely batting scorcd foitr runs in tho tirst Innlng.. Tho vlsitors, although bndly out classod, took thelr defeat grncefully. Tho featuros wore tho pltchlng of Rlckards, tho batting of Sutherhuul and Moon, - tho pltcblng and batting of Kltts, nnd tho shortstop work of Onlioon. Score: R, H. E, Fork Union Acadomy...11 7 l Vlrglnla OhrUUan Coiioge..., l 5 8 Batteries; ICItts and Jones; Rlckards and llall. L'miilre, Frnnk .Snciid, .Ir. Struck out?lly Rlckards, 7; hy Kitta, B, Two-buso hits.?.Sutherlnnd." Three base hlts?Kltts. llomo run?Moon. Thc llue-up: Fork Union Acadomy? Suthorland, flrst-buso (mnitugcr); Moon, sccoiid-liaso; Duval, third-haso; Rlckards, plteher; llall, ctitohbr; SnPitd, contro-ricld; Vliqua, lort-flcid; Vaughan, rlght-Ilold; Moshy, shortstop; .1. B, Daval nnd Pcttz, substltutos. Vlrglnla Chrlatlan College?Shumato, flrst-hase; Flshor, .socond-hase; Luciiii, thli'd-liiiso; Ctlhoou, shortstop; Whlto i J hciul, lot't-ilckl; Ramsey, tentro-ilcld; Pondexter, rlght-fiold; Jones, catchcr, und Kitts, pltc.her. Those teams plny a socond gamo here Snturdny. CHRIST CHURCH WINS. St. Andrew's Second Team Suf fers Defeat on Its Own Grounds Tho St. Andrew's Bocond team lttet defeat nt tho hands of tho Chrlat Churcii Junlors yestordny by 4 to 3. The gatho waB clnsely contestod, many plays belng worthy ot olrfer plnyers. Not untll the eleventh Innlng dld the visitors succeed ln winntng tho flnal chance, coniing in tho form of nn error by the losing team. The aooro: Chrlst Church Junlors. Plnyers. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Terry. c. 4 1 0 1 3 1 Lowry, lb. 5 1 0 10 0 1 Mlles, as. r, 0 0 2 3 2 Bvans, p. r> 1 1 1 1 o Tlarward. 2b.5 0 1 1 1 2 Garstt, lf. r, o i i o l Avery. rf.?.6 0 1 0 0 1 Haresty, cf_...... s o o l 0 o Hudson, 3b.4 1 0 2 1 0 Totals.43 4 4 19 9 8 St. Andrew's Second Tciim. Plnyers. AB. R. 11. O. A.V.. Profntt. 3b. F. 0 2 1 4 0 Bottom, c. R 0 2 0 2 1 Cnldor. 2b_v.5 0 0 0 1 0 Hin. lf. r> n n l o o Boaz, cf. "> 0 0 0 0 0 llulce, ss.;....?.5 0 0 0 3 1 Pay nc, lb. 3 2 2 22 1 0 Morgan, rf.5 o t o o o Kngloking, p...4 1 1 3 7 3 Totals.42 3 S 27 IS f> Score by tnnlngs: R. St. A. 2d.. .. 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0?3 C. C. J. 2000001000 1?4 Summary: Two-base hit?Payno. Throe-bnse hit?Payno. Baso on balls? Off Kngleking, 3; off Evans, 2. Hit by pitched balls?By Evans, 1. Struck out ?By Evans, 14: by Engleking, 8. Tlmo of gamo, 1 hour nnd 30 nilnutes. Um pire. Powers. Attendanco, .'.0. TALBOTT AGAIN BREAKS RECORD NEW HAVEN, CONN., May 4.?ln tho annual lnterscholastlc meot hero to day, pnrticlpated in by a ntimber of Bnstern sehools, L. J. Talbott, of Mer corsburg Acndemy, broku tho world's record ln tho twelvo-pound hammer throw wlth a throw of 193 feet, brenk ing hls own record, mado two weeks ago, by two inches. Mercorsburg won the meet, wlth AiV dover socond. DUGGINS, 00 Broad Street Docs not mean going to extrcmcs It means "clean cut and corrcct.' High Art Clothcs have gainec thcir immcnse popularity by theii smartncss, dtte to cfficient tail; oring, causitig a graceful drape o. the coat, a snug fit of the vcst and genteel hang of the trouscrs High Art Clothes are moderatcl} priced at $15 to $30 Samuel E. Duggins 00 Broad St., Richmond Agency School: thlrd, Thomas, Richmond Acad emy; fourth, Adnmaon, McGulro's. 440-yard, colleglutc?won by Mar? bury, Vlrglnln; second, Reqd, Virglnla; third, I/outhan, Richmond Coilege; fourth, Goocli, Richmond Collego. Tlmo. 60 4-8 seconds. (This breuks world's rocord of 51 4-5 seconds, formerly held by J. T. Englnndj 880-ynrd, colloglate?won by Duni vllle, Randolph-Macon J second, Brnn dcnbough, Randolph-Macon; thlrii, Boslior, Virglnla; fourth, Reed, Vir? glnla. Tlme, 2:37 3-3. Colloginto, mile run?won by Boslier, Virglnla: oecond, Grnnt, V. F. I,j thlrd, Bush, Randolph-Macon; fourth, Lou than, Rlclunond College. Tlme, 5 min utes 4 1-5 seconds. Collegiate, 12-pound hammer throw? Won by-Mlller, Richmond College; second, Russell. V. P. I.i thlrd. Rohertson, Rich? mond Collego; fourth, Sllverter. Uandolph Macon. Dlstanco of winner, 102 feet ten inches. Collegiate, hlgh Jump?Won by A. Ran? dolph, Virglnla; second, Martin. Ran? dolph- Macon; thlrd, Goocli, Klchmond Collego. Winner's height, u feet S',J inches. Collegiate, 12-pound shot-put?Won by Osborno, V. P. 1.; socond, Mlllor. Rich? mond Collego; thlrd, Powell, Randolph Macon; fourth, Hargrnve, Richmond Col? lego. Dlstanco of winner, 3?, feet 1 lnch. Collegiate, polo vnult?Won by Martin, Bandolph-Miicon; second. Buttrell, V. 1' I.; third, Oshorne; fourth, A. Randolph, Vlrginia. Height of winner. 9 feet 8 Inches. Scholastic, 12-pound hammer?Won by D. Blchtcnsteln, High School; second, Wellford, McGuire's; thlrd, Payno, High School; fourth, Padgott, Hlgh School. Distanoo of winner, SS feet 3 Inches. Seholnatlo, 12-pound shot-put?Won by Wellford, McGuire's; Becond. Paynn Hlgh School; third, Padgett, High School; fourth, Blnnton, Glebe Sciiooi. ^inner's dlstanco, 3G feet. Scholastlc, high jump?Won by R. C. Syfar. McGuire's; second, T. M. Forsyth. McGulro's; thlrd. A. D. Padgett, Hlgh School; fourth, W. J. Mlller, McGuire's. Height. 5 feet. Scliolastle, polo vatilt?Won by Adam son, McGuire's; socond, Mann, McGulro's; thlrd, Waliace Blnnton, Glebe School; fourth, D. Llchtensteln, Hlgh School. Height, 8 feet. Collegiate, brnnd Jump?Won by Mar? tin, Randolph-Macon; second, Goocli, Richmond College: thlrd, Oshorne, V. P. I.; fourth, Terry, Richmond College. DIs tnnee 20 feet 7M inches. Scholastlc, broad jump?Won by For? syth, McGuire's; second. C. Wlllinms, Mc? Guire's; thlrd. Payno. High School; fourth, I. Llchtensteln, Iltgh School. Dlstanco,. 18 feet. Relay, one mile, V. P. I. vs. W. and M. ?Won by V. P. I. Timo, 3 mlnutes 50 4-5 seconds. Relay, 880 yards. Hlgh School vs. Mc? Guire's?Won by McGuire's. Tlme, 1 mlnuto 40 seconds. Reluy, 880 yards, McGuire's vs. Glebo School, second team?Won by McGuire's. Tlme, 1 mlnuto 46 1-5 seconds. Miclget relay, 410 yards, between Hlgh School, McGuire's, Richmond Acrtdcmy nnd Nolley's School?Won by Nolley's School. FISHBURNE DEFEATED. Woodberry Forest Wins Pretty Game on Lambeth Field. [Specinl to The Tlines-Dispntcli.] CHARLOTTESVILUE, VA., May 4.? On Lambeth Field to-day, Woodberry Forest dofeated the Flshburno Mllitary Academy tenm. 4 to 1 In a pretty con test. Humo pitched a steady game, koeplng Flshburno's hlts well scattoi'od, Tho fentures wero a dlfflcult catch of a liner by Flshburno's short-stop and n gri.vt stop by Frnzer, AVoodberry's thlrd-basemnn. "Blll" ? Feter, who hns been draftod by Connlo Maok'S Alhlctlca, held down tho Inttlal bag for Fl8hburne. Ho wleldcd tho stlck ln good form. Scoro by Innings: R. II. E, Fisliburne ..00000001 0?t 4 4 Woodberry ..10002100 ??4 9 2 Batterlos: Flshburno?Hudgina and Klng. Woodberry?Humo nnd Bowo. (-? HAMPDEN-SIDNEY LOSES. William and Mary Wins Cham pionship Contest on Errors. rspoclal to Tlie Ttmcs-PlBpatch. | TIAMPDFN-SIDNFA", VA., May 4.? Willlam and Mary won tho eluunploo shlp game tlils nfternoon from Hamp den-Sldney In u prettlly-playod gamo by 1, to 0. Tho ono und only run wns mado in tlu> flffh innlng, und wns tho result of errors on tho pnrt of tho homo tenm. Both Dnre nnd Lotils pitch? ed a good giuno, Dnre striklng out thlrteen men and Louly elght. Brilliant Affair ErnJs in Bla'zc ol Glory?Ctasscs All of rtigllest. tSpeclal to Th" TtmoB-DlHpnlch.1 PETKltsiiUiP.:, va? Mny 4.- -Fftlr sltloi), flne ilOrsos and a crowd thal pttcked the ntnndn and iiiirroiinilod tho rlng, conihlned to innke tlio rinal al t'oi'noon of tho Ulvenddo llnnl Cluli's horso show on tho fliversldo Cotlhtry Club grounds tho urov/nlng ovont of nll cxhlbltioti that hn,, proved tho grcnteal suce'OBB of tho klnd over achleved In thla locnllty. The lntllen' drlvlbg olftSS und th" cloSe c'ontbsti ln tho dasaes for huntefa and Juiiipera proved tho slur foiituren of tho show, and won great npplauso from i tho enthuslntitlc. apeclators, among I wliom the gfty COstumfeS of many Indlc; ! n.Ukd a brllllant touch of color to llio I galn occnnlon, all tho more enllfenod by j thd checrK of the crowd and the muslc i of the hnnd. ! P. G. Sewnrd's hrndBomn bay cob, | Autocrat, drlven by irvino J. Hnrtloy, won find. piize for iilngle harnosB horiios, the second going to David Dun. lop's Extra Nowh. drlvon by John Han- | rnhnn; thlrd to (Icorgo W. Harrlson's Ladv Holdaine, drlvon by tho owner, nnd fourth. to Mrs. Mary Corllng Dun loo's Watcll Mr, drlven by J. Mel. | R'jirin. Tho exhlbltloti o? ponlea drlven by children wns an especlftlly attractive fonture. nnd ftffOrded a close^cpntcBt botwecn David Dunlop's beautlfuiilttie blncks, Movlng Pleturo nnd Dellghl, well drlven hv the Mntto>: boys, t ir.-1 prlxe (Irinily going 10 Dolight, acconi 1 to Movlng Pfeinro, thlrd to Uttlo. M M Mnrle Mnhono's Bort Lfllgh, tkl fully handled hy the owner, tmd fourth to Mrs. Mnry C. Dunlopa Peachy, ariven by Cinrk Percivnl. Dunlop's Prince George Wins. David Dunlop's Prlhca Georgo. rldden by Kloet Oalloway, canio off firat "'?"? ??; tl?. gaddlc hOT9e?. tho second prlsto going to Bolle Fleure, ownod nnd rld.i"ii 07 Duncan Wrlght; thlrd to Black .^nrirs. liddon hy the owner. M. C. J"''.'.';'"; fourth to Her Grace, owned und lKUlon '^Thot/rame'ono'of the olosest and best conteats of Ihe show?tho exhlbltlon <\ ladios' drlving horaes .Around and nrotind tho rihg they olrcled tlme nnd nra?n. whlle tho crowd applaUded tho favorins ns they passod In r.-vlew, nnd tho J'IMi:'/;; cloBcly watched ench nnlmnl. Davict Dunlop's 'I'own Toplcs. n hnndsnmi; i"i>. skllfully drlvon by Mlss Estelle.Colller, tlnallv won tho lilue rlhbon. whijO tne boautlfut Dunlop cup wns placed ln tne hands of the driver. Wsloh Me, a? owned hv Mr. Dunlop. wnn second prlz". tho thlni going to Lndy Beldame, orlvra by Miss Helen llarrlson, and the wnito ri'bbon to Liidy Gray, owned by J. -? Nelma, and drlven by Mrs. N-lms. Hunters and Jumpers Classes. Then the btiglo summonod the hunters and jumpers, whose pcrformance aroused tho koencat Intereet nnd oxcltement of all, tho competltloti bctween I.eroy Roper'a Botbock rhlden by the owner. nnd E. B. Sydnor'e Her Oriu-e. rlddori by Cbmnce Hall, provlng the closcst contoBt ln tne show. Tho blue ribboti was awarded to Setback, nnd the nntionnl bank cup was presented to Mr. Ropor amhl much ap plaiiHo Her Orace, admlrnbly handleO hy Hall. wna ao closo a rt<S?,thftt,,Pr?? tlccd horsemen wero doiihtful untll the last mlnute. Tho ficlrt was very largc, and nearly every jumpor i>ut up a goofl pcrformance, among tbe best belng M. C. Jnckson's Klng Dodo, rhlden byR. R Perclval; J. R. Jol'.y's Togo. rhldcm by Clarencfi Hall: Dr. H. 6, Leigh> Lu-y Doueloa, rldden by Roano Ruffln; Haryey Boward'fl Chrlitlho, rhlden by "? "? ? ;,r" clval and J. W. Beward's Torlcnt, rldden "'The SfflSto Elizabeth Bryan on Ub'S and of3Mis? R- R- *?*** ,,n Kltty n. won great app'.ause. but both horses touched sevcral. tlmes on the beo ondTurdle, which ?o?mcd eapeclally dlf llcult to nearly every jumpor. The Big Feature. The most spectaouiar Wtaw^ <n? Show was the contest bewe ?" " three hunt tenms. two frr.m ^R^t ?ide and one from tho D?ep Kun ? iMni, Tho .orses ontereil t"? ', * Sree rlrcast. the brllllant l.untlng cous of thelr rid.Ts Owhlng ^n ?.e hrlght Bunllght Rl^rsiae took Bnt Jackaon'B Black. Bpckfl. rldd< n bj .m. .lackson: LeRoy Boper?? ,Sotback, r d rinn l>v the owner. and Klng poao, _rig o bv J P. MoComh, of Somorsot, Va.; A. S Buford. Jr.'a Erln, rldden by the ?1IIe3r'Grace, rldden hy Mr. Jack Jone foran. Colonol .Toaoph \\ lUard s Ls sex, rldden by Claronce ?nl'/"l'!''^naV od the Deop Run Hunt; 11. R Pclil-al, on Christino; B. M. Greon. 3t on To ralnt, and Roane Rufiln, on Lucy Doukt las. composed the Beconfl ltivorslo team Tho show ciosed wlth tho cham nlon liunter class, ln which Mr. Sytl r's 'Her Grace, rldden by Clarence Han nnd Haryle Edward's Christino rldden by R. R. Perclval, were the flnal ' liot-' Grace. wlth the beautlful ense which mnrkod hor jiimping. won tho ribbons. wlth Christino, who alsq Jumpr od In flne form, u cloae second Duk" of Ken'dal. by Modred-Lady Kenflal, won flrst prlzo for stallions. Klng Rohiee, owned by Drs. Roblnsnn and Fishor. of thls clty. taklng second; Rod Star siilno, owncl by G. A. FltU. thlrd., nnd Blnck Prlnco, ownod by Uoblnson abd Fishor. fourth. Ooorgo C. Burgesa won in the cla.?:s for fanners horsea, wlth Mt'.ud nnd Dan. After the show a dnnce rtnd supper wcre givcii nt tlio cohntry club, ' _V. M. I. VICTORIOUS. Cadets Defeat Roanoke College in One-Sided Game. rsooclal to'-Tho Tlnjes-Dlapatch.] LEX1NGTON, VA., May 4.-\ irgir-in. Mllltnry Instituto defeated Roanoke College hero thls afternoon by 10 to 0. Only twenty-nino mcii fncc.d Devnult. of tho Cndet tenm, nnd the men bohind hlm plnyed without nn orror, Pollock drcve out h pretty trlple, and Scott ?nndo a sensational cntch ln tho last innlng for V. nt L V?r lnc vlsttors. Moore, ln centre-fiold, and Burgandlne. at thlrd, excelled. Scoro by Innlngs: R. H, E. Roanoko Col. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0? 0 1 fi v- aI T.0.1 l'O 0 0 3 3 * ?10 0 0 Batteries?Roanoko Colloso: Clinc. Clemmer and *lark; V. M. L: Devault nnd By'rfl. Struck out?by Cline, 9; by Dcvnuit, 15. Bases on balls?off Cline. 3, off Devault, 1. Doublo play?Doyle, Grnmmer, Masslo. Umpirc, Mr. Pj'le, of V. M. I. PUBLIC SCHOOL- LEAGUE. Randolph Defeats Elba?Standing of Clubs. Tho poBtponed. gamp yesterdny morn? lng of tho Publlc School Lenguo bo twoen Randolph and Elba wont to tho formor nlna by tho inrge scoro of 14 to 1. C. H. Dnvls umplrod. Tho at Undanqe wns nbout 50. Scoro by innlngs; R. Randolph .1 2 1 1 4 2 U 0?14 j.yi)n, .0000 00010?1 On Frldny Mndlson fortolted to Con tral by 0 to 0, The standing of tho clubs to dato ls: Clubs. W. L. P,0. Ccntral . 3 ft L?uo Lcigh . 3 0 1/000 Ell.a . . 1 1 .oOO Marsliull ',. 1 1 .000 Ritndolph ...,?... 1 1 .r.oo AVest End . 1 -' .333 li'nirmount ,....,., 0 2 ,000 MadlSQii . 0 3 ,000 wfP 11/. If so, you want keep the baby well ai hearty. To c!o this, fre air is necessary. Buy a G Cart or Carriage. We ha 75 patterns to select froi $2. up. Save gas by the New Proct Rangc. Save labor and provisio by having a McDougall Kitck; Cabinct. We are solc agents f both. Everything in Fumitu Matttngs, Curtains, Druggets, & Large stock?low prices, libet tcrms. Jones Bros. & Cc 1418-1420 East Main St. JOYOUS DAY WITH THE T0MJ.HAVR CLU (Coiulnucd from Flrst Page.) by .Ih? club ln hunt colors. belng 1>y Mr. i-ield In a moet oharmlng mo ner. and tho plnk eoats mlngled w tho regulntlnn evening dress till h Into tho nlght. At lntermission, when a most frcshlng bonrd was spreftd. tho f. lnwlng was rendered by the socrcta as a tonst: ?"TIs farev.-ell to my hunter tlll t frost dnes chlll the alf, Which wlll brtng the roscs crlmson my lady's cheeka so la.tr; My plhk coat is dlncatdcd for l months niRh nbout, And the fatthful. fenrlesH hunter ln t pustttre I'll turn out. Tet But 1'or through summer's seorchl broozos, ns we loll bencath I trees, We will hunt our hunta in roemo whnn tho north wind urcd frecze; Golly, how we used to ridc it to t music of tho hound, And do our level best, theti, the fox to run down! Boys, oh, won't it ho joyous snlth o'er tho sod, Never fulterlng at dltrhes, fenct stone walls or the bog, Cares all lef^ fnr behlnd us, leavtf futurn to her fate, Rldlng nfter foxy Reynitrd from car morn till Into. And when at lnst we brush-d him, l! qiiarry had run down, Who would exchango ibat fr.x tnll f any monarch's crown'.' now, nlas! 'tis ovcr, we hopo m?et ngaln, nnother rotising fox-hunt Ju after niltumn's raln. Ood bless you, one and all, now; yo henltli \vo will drlnk round. And here's to the sturdy hunter, wl never struck tho groiy.d. Those attending the banquet an danco wero: Dr. Clius. Moncuro nnd wife, Mr. an Mrs. L. 11. Gray, Mr. und Mrs. R. i Mneon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brownlp, Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Grnves, Mr. ar. Mrs. Judgon Browning, Mr. nnd Mr L. W. Booton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Grj'mes, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Lyne, M nnd Mrs. llenry AVarron, Dr. nnd Mr Holladny. Mrs. C. .1. Stovln, Mrs. W. V Biirglss, Mrs. Averll.l, Mrs. Chas. Wpo folk, Mrs. Tlios, Gurdi>er, of Hichmom Miss Marlon Sampaon, Miss Htrntto Miss Willis, Miss Wilson, Miss Bfat burry. Misses Newnian, Miss Rlckett MIhs Nelllo Mnrshnll. Miss llelen Jono Miss Scptt, Miss Twymnn, Miss Bug Grynies, -Mrs. Bi'ohoo, Mr. and Mrs. , T, Browning. Mrs. Bradbuny, Mi. WoodrUf, Miss J. J. Slzer, of Richrmpni Miss Armatrong, of Richmond; Mi: Wnmborslo, Miss Garretl, Miss Ma: shall, Miss Fiinnle Grynies, Miss Wl Uorson, Miss Wnlkor, of Somorsot, T> Philips, of Rapldan; Mr. W. D. Dun of Rapldan; Mr. F. H. DoJitrnette. M W. C, Qrahtun, Mr. M. (!. Field, Mr. 1 C. Slauglilcr, Mr. August tWamhersl Mr. Sam Cliapman, Mr. F/lls Gnmpso Dr. Jno. Androws, Coiorpl W. W. Sat ford, Mr. Grnliam Wallace, Mr. Manl Carlcr, Mr. Roy Cnrtor, Mr. Rnndolr. Marslmll, Mr. Geo. Browning, Mr, Wa laco Sunford, Mr. Loster Shannon, M Jackson Morton, Mr. Norvell Ltnne; Mr, H. Gveen Shuokolford, Mr, Gc Barkcr, Mr. Jno, G. Wllllnms. SQU i n nt LANTIC LEAGUE At Columhht?Columbln, 2; Mneon, At Cluirlustou?Snvnnniih, 5; Chstrloi ton, li. At Jui'ksonvllle?JackspnvUle, J Auguata, 0.