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STAND AT 1.000 PER VIRGINIA STATE LEAGUE Vrateriliiy'-* Hr-uilf". niehmond. 7; Danvllle. B. Roanoke, fi; Lynchbtirsr, 4. Norfolk, fi-/ portsmouth, I. StiindliiK ot IIip,Cluli*. rtuhn. Won. Lost. P.C. niehmond . 3 " 1?? r'nrtsmoutli . ~ -| ??'"! Lynchburg . - - ???'"'? Norfolk . f i ???? Roanoke . } - 'Hi Danvllle. 1 3 ?-?>?? ffrimes To-Dny. Danvlllo at l.le-imond. Lynchburg at Roanoke. Nu-folk tit Portsmouth. Agaln the Lawmakers turned the trlck nnd by wlnning their flrst gamo wlth'l'anvllio. leiid tho 11*-*<- wltll l.nOO pef cent, a standlng lhat no othor team iii anv or tho other large Htnte or Inter Ktntn' leagues ran now claim. Tli. erroi-a of Danvllle gavo Rlchmond thu habit. antl both teams made some ba-l bungle*. whlch were rcsponslble for most of tho runs. The J_awmakerg secured four runs In the flrst Inning and three ln tho slxth, T-lillc the vlsltors secured three In the thlrd and two more ln tho seventh. Umpire AA'estervelt enforced the rules agalnst klcklng at the declslons, in the flrst Inning sendlng 'Walker from box to bench, and In the next In Ulng doing IIkeWl-0 wlth Heffrnn While at bat. .Several were also removed from | the coa.hlhg llnes during the game. Howard acattered the hit? well unlll| the seventh, when ho was touched un! for two slngles nnd a double, but Htelner, who made tho latter. was called out for not touchlng flrst. Howard slngled three times out of four times up. Llpe put up hls usual good gatne at third, and Ison played well at sec? ond, as dld Cowan behind the plato. Por Danvllle, Powell mado a pretty one-hand catch of Ison's long fly l? left fleld. and Flsher took in Howard'* drlve close agalnst the rlght fleld fence. The Infleld, however, made a poor showlng. After the vlsltors had boen retlred In order, Heffron worked hla way to flrst on' balls. Then Llpe banged the ball to left for hls usual two-bagger, scorlng Hclfron. Kanzlor trled to sac? rifice, but Stafford fumbled the ball, puttlng hlm safe at flrst, while Llpe trotted home from second. P.lgg. rolled an easy grounder to Walker, who let It hound gontly through hls flng.*rs. On Kandherr's sacrifice Kanzler aml Rlgga wont to thlrd and second. Tlt man arrived at flrst on a lleldcr's cholce. while Kanzler slld home and Itiggs passed to thlrd. The latter tallled when Ison was thrown out at flrst.. Tltman stole second, but was caught off base. AVhen tho vlsltors came to bat ln tha thlrd the locals wore Infected wlth .rrorgltl*. Llpe throw out Byan. but neggy walked. and Steltter flew out to flrst. Kanzler's muff put Powell on flrst, advanclrig Itoggy to second. Tlieri Doyle, sent a singie to Itigg--. who let It pass hlm. cieanlng the bases and scorlng three runs. The next Inning Henn and Stafford slngled. Tlm latter went out at sec? ond whon Ityan reachod first on a fielder's cholce, and Henn passed to thlrd. AA'hen Ryan started to steul second Ison interrupted Cowan's throw clone behind the pltcher's box and head? ed olt Henn as he started for home. Cowan then threw to Llpe, who put Henn out betwoen bases. The game wns uneventful untll the TH. CH SECURE f Ponelul to The Tlmes-Dlspatch] NORFOLK. A'A.. Aprll 23.?Playlnf? a bette-r fleldlng game and placlng thelr hlts on two bailoon ascenslons of the Truckers, the Crew had no dlffl? culty In wlnning out to-day by tho scoro of 5 to 1. Long was In flne "form, deserved a shut out. and put up a great fleldlng game. The feature of the gamo was the fast outfield work of fc'eitz and Cunimlng. Score: Portsmouth. Play.ers. ab. r. h. o. a. k. Lawrence, 2b . 1 0 0 0 1 0 Larkln, ss . 4 o 2 1 3 2 Grlffln, 3b . 3 0 1 0 1 o Beck, lb. 4 0 0 13 0 1 Boyd. rf . 4 o 0 0 0 0 Hopkins. c? . 4 1 2 2 0 n Russell, lf . 4 o 1 2 0 0 Flt_gerald. c . 4 0 X) 5 1 o Carter. p ._.. 3 0 0 0 3 '0 Benton, 2b . 3 0 0 1 3 1 "Keller . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .35 1 6 21 14 4 Norfolk. Players. AB. R. H. O. A. E. BoltZi lf . 3 1 0 5 0 0 | Ruhland, 3b .4 1 0 1 " 0 : Spratt, 2b . 4 1 ? 1 4 2 ' Jackson, cf ..... 4 110 0 0 __faas' lb . 4 1 0 13 0 1 ; Cttrnming. rf . 3 n 1 1 ?> n 1 Soifert, ss . 3 0 1 3 0 0 ;6mlth, c .._. 3 0 1 3 0 1 . -*-*onS- P. .-.3 0 0 0 4 0 ToUli. .31 5 ^g 27 li""! "Batted for Carter In nlnth. Score by innings;- R Portsmouth . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 l--i '.?Norfolk . 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 ??5 . faummnry: Earned runs?Norfolk. 1: ; btoien bases?Cummlng. Seifert Grlf Win,, Smith. Loft on bases?Portsmouth ?; Norfolk, 3. Strlke-outs-Carter 4 I Long, 1. Base on balls?Carter _? Long. 1. Passed ball?Smlth. Time, _??>_' Attendance, 3,000. Umpire, Mace As the result of the challence to peorge Herbert, recelved by the? sport ve?iv(Uv?1' from Youn* M-WV-i ofPAVa _.hii-y'iXa"i a w?s.'i'*e bout wl? Prio'. J....-, be h.old_, betAveen tho two mat artlsts next Thursday. ?r?nlSbel.b_.ld yesterday that he ?n_1 .dn,_*.lad-ly-i a*-commodate Rlervon. and that if tho business end could *???,a"-anBlod, _??? tlmo. that the bout would be held next Thursday. The two y/Mtlera met once bofore. Herbert aettlng two out of three falls, but Mervon claims that he was out ... _.__ ???? .a ..th0 .ime and **'*? >*ot Put up tho flght that he is capable of. The Waverly boy Ims $25 to .back the as aertion that he can put the looal lllghtwpight's shoulders to the mat twlce ln cateh-as-catch-can stvlo. I Uio match will bo an Interesting one. anel should draw a large crowd. I ioung AJax" has left Rlohmond for i?ood. Although not In Joo Turnor's claas, his defeat at tho hands nf the goutharn chuniplon has declded hlm to 'Cjiilt wrestling atul tako up boxlng. ?"A.lax loft AA'ednesday for Baltlmore; ftvliere he intends to secure some Matches for Herhort ln that clty. Through Joo Turnor, a challenge was ?ecelvod by Herbert yesterday from -Frank Huseirmn, of AA'ashington, for a natch to bo hold in thls olty, Huso nan has heen on tho road, meetlng. nll lomers for tho last two years, and yormorly held the 1.5-poUnd champlon? shlp. He now tlps tho scnles at 135 'BoundB. Herbert says that ho niny gflva hlm a match ln tho near futura. slxth, when Snndherr reached flrst on a "--Ingie. Titmnn sacriflc-d hlm to second. Ison canio up wlth a hlt thnt wa.s probably good for one bag. The mfleld wns playlng ln close, and wlth no one wllliln flve yards of flrst, Reln hiirt Itelded the ball _nd threw It over the Inltlnl base. The orror scored botli Sandhorr aml Ison. Cowan walk.d, aiul Howarrl'H slngle* sent hlm to sec? ond. The latter. however. was forced out at second by Strader. Llpe's slngle scorod Cowan, puttlng Strader on thlrd. but he was caught off base a few moments later. Danvlllo came hack ln the seventh wlth two moro runs. Relnhart singled to left; Ryan flow out to Tllman. but Reggy singled to rlght. sendlng Reln liHri 10 thlrd. Stelner's long drlve to 'eiitro scorod both men. but tho latter was called out at second ror not toucli [ng flrst. Powell wns thrown out bv "nunclherr. After two errors in the elghth ths Lawmakr-rs prevented Danvllle from scorlng hy fast rocuperatlon. Sandhorr handled Doyle** buzzer nlcely. but failed to fleld Flsher's grounder. Strader, muffetl Henn's fly. and Flsher passed third. He was flagged at home. however. by Oowan on the asslsts of Strader and Lipe. Tho score: Itlchmond. Players. AB. ll. H. O. A. E Hfffron. If. 1 , ,, 0 (| 0 Lipe. 3b... ?. i 2 .? -j 0 Kanzler, lb. .< ] ] 7 . j HigK:*. Cf. 4 110 0 1 Sandherr, ss. 3 1 1 l i o Titman, rf. ;? o o 4 o o Ison. 2b. t ? 2 ; 2 0 Cowan. c- 1* i o ; 2 0 Howard, p. 4 0 3 0 1 0 .Strader, lf. 2 0.0 1 1 1 Totals ..10 7 10 ?26 14 3 Dan-llle. Tlayers. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Powell, lf. 3 j 0 1 0 0 Doyle. 2b. 4 1 1 3 3 J Flsher, rf. 4 0 1 3 1 0 Henn, cf. 4 0 110 0 Stafford, lb. .J 0 1 10 2 1 Ftelnhart, 3b.... 4 1 1 2 1 0 Ryan, c. 4 0 0 3 l 0 Reggy, ss. 2 2 2 0 3 0 Walkor, p. 0 0 0 0 1 1 Stelner. 1. 4 0 1 1 4 0 Totals ....13 5 8 21 IH 4 Tlie score by lnnlngs; R. Rii hmond .40000300 *?7 Danvlllo _.00300020 0?5 * StelnT out for not touchlng Ilrst. Summary: Two-bas<* hlts?Lipe. P.lggs. Stolen bases?Strader, Titman, Reggy. Double plays?Doyle to Staf foril. Ba*e on balls?off Howard. 3; off Walker., 1; off Stelner, 2. Struck out?b.v Howard. 3; by Stelner. 2. Time of game. 2:10. Umpire, Wester velt. Attendance. 4.500. VIRGINIA Bt CHARLOTTESVILLB, VA., April 23. ?Virginia played another great up hlll game to-day. defeatlng Petinsyl vanla 7 to 5 ln the first of a series of three games, the second to be played here to-morrow* and the thld in Phil? adelphla next week. The Quak<?r coach, undaunted, declded to glve Chapman another trlal in the box de pplto the. had showing he made. against Grorgetown yesterday. Backed up by good fielding. tho llttle BOllthpaw did very nlcely for four Innings, but in tho fifth and slxth he was landed on freely, some tlmely hitting sendlng flvo runs across the plate and puttlng the Southernors ln the lead, After the red and blue had tled the score ln her half of the seventh. Twltnieyer was called to the rescue to hold thc Vlrglnla batsmen in cheek. He suc? ceeded ln the seventh. but in the A. & M. UCK ST. (Spoclal to Th? Tlmes-Dlspatch.] RALEIGH. N. C. April 23.?A. and M. defeated St. John College here thls afternoon lu a game characterlzed by eostly erorrs, score 5 to 4. Harris, foV A. and M. dld fine work in the box, striking out fourteen men, while Wlllis, for St. John. fanned flve. Abernathy, the flrst man up for A. and M.. lined out a three-bagger from the flrst pltched ball. followed up by Thompson. for A. and >I? drivlng the fourth ball pltched for another three-bagger amid wlldest enthuslasm. Farmer. for A. and M., dld a sensational stunt at flrst haso by a catch when he had fallen on his side. reaching for it. Bosley was in the box for St. John's the first in? ning. Wlllis being substltuted there after. Score by innings. R. H. E. St. John's .0 0 0 10 10 0 2?4 3 0 A. ancl M.3 0 0 0 0 10 0 1?5 5 3 Batterles: Bosley. Wlllis and Brlscot; Harris and Thompson. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE AUGUSTA. GA., April 23.?An inac curate throw to the plate wlth tho bases full and an error each by Mul ianey and Dwyer in the second inning gave Augusta four runs and the game to-day.. Score by innings: R. H. E. Jacksonvllle ...10 0000000?1 5 2 Augusta .04000000 ??4 3 2 Batterles: Hnnson, Lee aud Roth; Atklns and Carson. Time; 1:35. Um? pire. Truby. SAVANNAH, GA.. Aprll 23.?Savan? nah ilnd Columbla played'an eleven-ln ning tle game to-day, ueither slde scorlng. Score by innings: R. H. F.. Columbla ,...00000000000?0.4 1 Savannah ... 0 U 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 5 3 Batterles: Welsher and Cote; Hamil? ton and Kahlkoff. Time, 2:15. Umpire, Lanlgan. MACON. GA., April 23.?The locals were dereated to-day by Charleston, 2 to 0. Clarkc was hlt. freely In the Ilrst two innings, while Foster was never in danger. Scdre by innings: R. H. E. Macon .'.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 5 1 Charleston ...-., .1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 6 1 Batterles: Clafk and Shea; Foster nnd Kelsinger. Umpire, Goodhart, Time, 1:35. * QRAMMAR LEAGUE West End beat Madison yesterday hy the score of 4 to 2. Elba ancl Leigh play to dav at Byrd Park. Line-up and score: West End?-C3. Warwlck, eatcher; B. Oaul der, pitcher; C. Ruskell, shortstop; B. Bols seau, Ilrst base; C. Word, second base; S. Cctlrell, thlrd base; W. Oaleskle, left fleld; M. Philllps. centre fleld. Madison?T. Seay, eatcher: E. Whlte, plteher; M, Baker, shortstop; J. Poters, flrst base; B. Latouche, aecnnd base; H. Earneal, thlrd bnse; xv. Penlck, rlght tleld; XV. Fear, left fleld. Scoro by lnnlngs: R. H. IS. West End.1 10 0 0 0 0 1 1?1 11 fi Madison.0 0 0 1 l 0 Q 0 0?2 tt ! Homo run?Whlte. Umpire, Hening. From Amerlcan Aasoclattou. ? siioclni >i> The I'unes-DlHiiateli. 1 lA'NCHBURG, VA? Aprll 23.?The Lynchburg hall team hus purchased a pitcher from Kansas City, of the American Assoclatlan. by the name ot Kanzey, who ls sald to be a olevev twlrler. Kanzey is :expeeted to report to Manuvt"' Orlm Saturday qy Sundaw. France Boxing Mad MATtC GOL'CHEIt, Hrnvyiwlglil chnmpton. whom tlie Krencli want to match wlth nnme Amerlcan In P-rl?. HE AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON. KY., Aprll 2.'!.?M he feature of to-day's races was the vic? tory of Mot'tiette ln the fourth race. ln thc flrst event Neoga OUtClassed his fleld. Summarles: Flrst race?four. furlongs?Neoga (o to 1) flrst, Mald of Gotham (6 to -') second, Abbey C. (10 to 1) thlrd. Time, :49 2-5. Second race?six furlongs?Nlght Mist (7 to 2) flrst, Condlco (7 to 1) second. Lexlngton Lady (15 to 1) thlrd., Time, 1:14 4-5. Thlrd race?four furlongs?Tony W. (5 to 2) flrst, Roseburg II. (3 to 1) second, McNally (8 to 11, third. Time, :49. Fourth race?seven and a half fur? longs?Moquette (4 to 1) flrst. Helne (7 to 5) second. E. 'T. Shlpp (3 to 1!) thlrd. Time, 1:34. Flfth race?Mlle?Terah (7 to 6) flrst, Bucket Brigade (10 to 1) second, Halbard (8 to 1) thlrd. Time, 1:41 *--5. Slxth race?Mlle and a slxteenth? Loulse McFarlan (7 to 2) first. Doubt (I to 1) second, Lafayette (8 to 1) thlrd. Time, 1:19. ( Senlor* Defent I-'aculty.' IKtx.cini i? Th? Tlmes-Dlspatch.] WAKH FOREST, N. C, Aprll 23.?The senlors played the faculty this after? noon an Interestlng game of ball. win? nlng by score of 10 to 7. Features ol the game ivere the heavy hltting ot Brewer ancl Hlghsmlth, the fleldlng ot Porteat for the faculty, and tho hlt? ting Of thc senlors. Batterles: Rotilce and Varin; Llttle and Furman. Umpire, Mills. 1ATSPENN. eighth .Virginia clndied the game bv scorlrtg two runs. The score": Vlrglnla. Players. R. H. O. A. E. Honaker, ss. 1 n 2 2 0 R, Walker. lb. 1 0 14 0 0 Hoff. 3B.. 10 13 1 Cabanlss. rf. 3 4 2 o' 0 Hume. lf.. 1 2 2 0 0 Pearson. c-j. 0 1 4 0 0 Maddux. 2b. 0 0 1 2 0 Thom, cf. ..,. 0 1 0,0 0 C. Walker, p. 0 1 1 2 0 Totals .- 7 9 27 9 1 Pennsylvanla. Players. R. H. O. A. E. Tliayer. cf. 1 1. 1 0 0 Londrlgau. 2b. 110 11 Spring. rf. 1 1 2 0 0 Pauxtus, lb. 1 1 6 0 0 Wood. 3b. 1 1 2" 1 0 Corkan, ss..0 0 5 1 0 Smith, c. 0 1 6 3 1 Corkran, ss. 0 0 5 1 0 Twitmeyer. p. 0 0 0 l 0 Smiley, lf. 0 0 2 0 0 Totals . 5 7 24 S 2 Score by lnnlngs.- R. Pennsylvanla .0 0301010 0?3 Vlrglnla .00001402 ??7 Summary: Left on bases?Vlrglnla, 4: Pennsylvanla. 7. Two-base hlts? Cabanlss (2). Sprlng, Pauxtus (2), Chapman. Home uns?Hume, Wood, Struck out?by Walker, 4; by Chap? man, 2: by Twitmeyer, 2. Bases on balls?Off Walker, 1: of Chapman, 3; of Twitmeyer, 1. Hits apportloned? off Chapman, 6, ln six innings; off Twitmeyer. 3. in two Innings. Stolen bases?Honaker. Thayer, AVood. Sacri? fice?Hoff. Hlt by pitcher?Pauxtus. Umpire, Betts. Time, 1:46. ECLIPSE STARS A very interestlng game of base? ball was played on the Tenth Street flat yesterday afternoon between the Eleventh Street Midgets and the Seventh Street Stars. Tho game was ercltlng at all polnts, being characterlzed hy many errors. Both pltchers were hit rather hard. The gamo lasted only slx innings on- ac? count of lt getting dark. The score came out at the last innlng 11 to 10. Tho llne-up was as follows: Eleventh Street' Midgets?Allen Womble, eatcher; Herbert Utley, pitcher; .lullan Turner, shortstop; Bur ford Burch, flrst base; Wlnfrey Jeter. second base; Edgar Thompson, third base; Joe Crcery, left fleld; Frank Harrellson. right fleld;. George Harris, centre field. ' Seventh (Street Stars?Hugh Ttobln son, catcliir; Mintre Seay, pitcher; Percy Tlller, shortstop; Varln Duke, flrst' base: Raymond Saunders, aecond base; Arthur Hall, thlrd base; Louis Goldsteln, left fleld: Carrol Long, rlght fleld; Charlle Knesner, centro fleld. Score by lnnlngs: r. Eleventh Street . 13320 2?li Seventh Street .. 2 14 0 2 1?10 Umpire, F, Luttrell. Score-keeper, J. Daws. HUTS DROP ONE TO Detroit Americans Land on Howell, with Two Men Down, and Win. NATIONAL LEAGUE HrsiiltH Yealerday. Chlcago, 2; Cincinnatl, 1. Boston, 0; philadelphla, 0. New York, 1; Brooklyn, 4. Pittsburg, 1; St. Louls, 0. Standlng of tlie Clubs, ciuba. w. r_ p. c. Chlcago. 7 1 .875 New York. fi 2 .7.V) Pittsburg ..,. 5 :i .02.1 Philadelphla . t 4 ,500 Cincinnatl . 4 i ,500 Brooklyn . 3 5 .375 Boston. 3 5 .375 St. Louls . 1 7 ,1?5 Gamets To-Dny. Cincinnatl at Chlcago, St. Louis at Pittsburg. Philadelphla at Boston. Brooklyn at New York. Hnd Eiiwy Victory. NEW YORK. Aprll 23.?Brooklyn had llttle trouble winnlng from New Vork here to-day, havlng the game well ln hand at all stoges after the flfth in? nlng. Score by Innings: R. H. E. Brooklyn .00002000 2_1 8 2 New York .001 00000 0? 16 6 Batterles: Wllhelm and Bergen; Ames, Taylor and Bresnahan. Time, 1:49. Umpire.**, Emslie anrl Rudder ham. One Too Many. CHICAGO, ILL.. Aprll 23?Ewlng pltched a grand game after tbe second Innlng to-day, but Cincinnatl could not overcome the local's lead ot one run. Scoro by innings: R. H. E. Chlcago .1 1O00000 ?? 2 6 3 Cincinnatl .10000000 0?1 7 0 Batterles: Overall' and Kling; Ewing antl Schlel. Time. 1:25. Umpire, 0*Da>. lfnrt Hlttlng Strenk. BOSTON. Aprll 23.?Boston hatted Moren from the box in four innings to-day, and Brown, who succeeded him, was unable to cheek the hlttlng streak, the home team shuttlng Philadelphla out, 9 to 0. Score by innings: R. H. E. Boston .0 2 04 1110 ?? 9 13 1 Philadelphla ..0 0 0 00 00 0 0? 0 6 5 Batterles: Young and Bowennnn: Moren. Brown and Dooln. Time, 1:33. Umpire, Mr. Klem. A Home Rtin, PITTSBURG. PA., Aprll 23.?A home run by Wllson ln the seventh of the second game of the series wlth St. Louls gave Pittsburg a victory to-day by a score of 1 to 0. Score by innings: R- H. E. Pittsburg .OOOOOOin*? 1 6 2 .St. Louls .0 0 000000 0? 0 5 2 Batteries: Liefleld and Phelps; Lush ancl Hostetter. Time, 1:45. Umpire, P.iglcr. AMEr^rTLEAGUE Vesterday's Ilcsults. Waslllngton, 6; Boston. 4. Phlladelplila, 3; New York, 5. Cleveland. 5; Chlcago. 0. Detrolt, 5; St. Louis. 2. Standlng of the Club-. Clubs. ?' Won. Lost. P.C. New York. 6 - ?"60. St. Louis. 6 3 .867 Cleveland .4 3 .571 Boston .V;5 4 .5n6 Philadelphia . 4 5 .444 Chlcago. 4 5 .444 Detrolt . 2 t> .-56 Washington . 2 6 .2o0 Games To-Day. Detrolt at Cleveland. New York at Philadelphla. Chlcago at St. Louis. Boston at Washington. Find Xcvrton. PHILADELPHIA, PA., April 23.?The local American Leaguers knocked New ton out of the box to-day, but Mannlng held the Prrlladelphias to two hlts for eight innings, and New York won by 5 to 3. Score by Innings: B. H. E. New York.00301010 0?5 10 1 Philadelphia .3 0 0 0 0 00 0 0?3 5 f Batteries: Newton, Mannlng and Kleinow; Dygert. Carter and Schreck. Time, 2:05. Umpires, Hurst and Sherl dan. Bcat St. Louls. DETROIT. MICH., Aprll 23.?Detrolt got to Howell for a trlple, double aml single. with two out ln' the second inning. and declded the result right there. Killlan pltched a fine game. Score by innings: R. H. E. Detrolt .13000001 ??5 11 A St. Louis.000100010?2 10 ! Batterles: KtHlan and Schmldt; How? ell and Spencer. Time, 1:35. Umpire. Evans. Shut Out Chlcngo. CLEVELAND. O., April 23.?Cleveland shut out Chicago to-day, Lattimore being a puzzle to Chlcago, while Whlte was hlt hard by Cleveland. Score by innings: R. H. E. Cleveland.02000210 "?5 13 1 Chlcago .00000000 0?0 6 1 Batterles: Lattimore ' and Clarke; White, Altrock and Shaw. Time, 1:35. Umplre3, O'Loughlin and Egan. Waakt-K^on Wln*. WASHINGTON, D. C. April 23.? Washlngton scored Its Ilrst home vic? tory to-day, defeatlng Boston 6 to 4. Boston used three pltchers. Score by innings: R. H. E. Washington _0 0201003 ??6 12 3 Boston .00020020 0?4 9 2 Batterles: Burns, Hughes and War ner; Burchell, Clcotte, Pitiltt and Crlger. Time, 2:05. Umpire, Connolly. Tt'ii-IunliiK Tle. At Davldson, X. C,?DavldBOn College, 0; Wake Forest Colloge, 0 (ten lnnlngs). BIG KILLING AT AQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT, N. Y? Aprll 23.-?The flrst blg kllllng of the year occurred at A.ueduct to-day, when Hlgh Private, a malden two-year-old, belonging to F. A. Forsythe, Avon the Canares Stakes, at four furiongs. He was backed down from 30 to 1 to Xti to 1 at the close. Tho books suffered a heavy loss by hls vlc? tory. tSummarles: Flrst race?for mares and geldlhgs; three-year-olds and uptvard; slx fur? iongs?.lane Swift (7 to 11 flrst, Bad Nows (4 to 1, place) second, Mark An tony II. (1 to 4, show) thlrd. Tlme, 1:14 4-5. Second raco?steeplechase; four-year olds and upward; selllng; aboiHt two mlles?Peroentage (Ito 3) flrst, Pagan l-'oy (1 to ., place) second, Lunehum (8 to, 5, sho.w) thlrd, Time, 4:25. Thlrd race?three-year-olds and up? ward; handicap; slx and a half furiongs ? Colonel Jack (7 to 5) flrst, Rtalto (1 to _, place) aeoond, Grapple (out, show) third, Tlmo, 1:20 2-6, Fourth race?Canares Stakes; t.vo* year-olds; four furiongs?Hlgh Private (12 to 1) flrst, Fltzherbert (3 to 5, place) second, Uncle Jlm (4 to 1, show) thlrd. Tlme, :48 2-5. '. Flfth race?throe-year-olds and up? ward; selllng: one mlle?Blandy(5tol) lirst, Protenslon (8 to 5, place) second, M'asunia (7 to 5, Bhow) thlrd. Tline, 1:41. Slxth race?for flllles and geldlngs; malden two-year-olds; four and a hall furiongs?A'oodoo (5 to 2) flrst. Occl dental (S to 5, placo) second, Gold Sllp per (7 to 10, sho.w) third. Tlme, :56 3-5, LOCAL GAMES Speclal nteullon wlll he glvcu to account-. ot alf local bBu.hnll __uiuo_ aml other nllil.Uc voutcxtN. Resulta of ttiiin.-i played ln tlie afternoon abould bo put into llie liamU of tha M-iorUng edltor not lut-* tliuu 0 P. Sl. of tbe aunic day. WASH SUITS 50c to $3.98 Boys'Oxfords $1.98 to $2.48 Spring Sale Buster Brown Suits. Lot composcd of 250 stylish lit? tle Spring Suits, cleverly tailored and neatly finished, Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 years. Worsteds, Chcviots, Serges and Wool Crashes, at thc following special prices: JS.SO quality Buster flro-rn Suits.Sl.S.I ?r.t.00 quality lluntpr llrovrn SulK._S-.ir, ?':i..";o qunllty Buster Brown Suits_?J-.tr. $4.00 qunllty Buster Brown Suit*.. . . .M.-1.1 9S.00 liuxter Brovrn Brorrn Suits_93.Hr, Iloj-n* liloomer Pants, 73c, 91,00, Sl.'..' nnd 91.HO. Save $5.00 on a Suit. Our Stilts are the hlts of tho season. and the quality ls $5.00 helter In value than an.v other house offers. Tans. Browns. Drabs. Blues nnrl Blacks. ln fancy and plain effects. 910.00 up to $35.00. Don't lot your money go before seelng our llne. BflTTINB RALLY BEATSLYNCHBURG ROANOKE, VA., Aprll 23.?-The game thls afternoon was won by Roanoke In the nlnth Inning by a battlng ral? ly, the locals maklng thelr five runs ln the elghth and nlnth Innings. Tho credit for wlnning the game goes to Clark and Lohr, whose timely hlts scored tho runs, tho game belng marred by many errors by the locals, whllo tlie vlsi.ora played a steady er* rorless game. The contest was preced ed by a parade through the prlncl? pal streets of the clty. the teams be? lng headed by tho Roanoke Machine Works' Band. At tho grounds 2,500 fans were nnx lous for tho contest to begln and right loyally dld thoy foot thelr team to vlctory. The tabtilated score: Roanoke. Players. A.B. R. II Lohr, cf. 4 2 2 Clark, lf . 5 1 2 Heseler. 3b . 3 0 0 Clayton. 2b . 3 0 1 Palntor, rf . 4 0 0 Shaffer. lb . 3 0 1 McMahon. ss . 4 1 2 Martin, c .,_.._ 4 0 0 tjtochr, p .1.....3 1 0 1 1 Totals .33 .A 8 2 I.} 'lu-liliur-;. Players. A.B. R. H. Anthony, lf Davis, rf . Hooker, cf Raley, lb . 4 Klrkpatrlck, 3b . 4 Bowen, 2b ..'. 3 Moss, fs . AV'cstlake, AA*eM. p . 9 7 Totals _...34 4 3 26 10 0 Score by lnnings. R. H. E. Roanoko . 00000002 3?5. 8 7 Lynchburg _00000031 0?I 3 0 Sunimary: Threo-hase hlts?Clark. Two-base. hlts?Clark, Lohr. Base on balls?Off Stoeht*. 2; AA'est, 4. Struck out?By Stoehr. 6; AA'est, 6. Left on bases?Roanoke, 4; Lynchburg. 3. Tlme of game, 2:10. Umpire, Byron, Attendance, 2,500. [ ISpecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Aprll 23.? Carolina took the flrst game from Delaware College to-day by the score of 4 to 2 desplte tho fact "that thero was a good deal of kicklng by the vlsitors and rather slow playlng at times. Tho gamo was a very inter? esting for Carolina. Duls pitched good ball. and had he recelved proper support he would have had a shut-out game to his credit. Both the visltor's runs were made on errors after two men wore down. Foi* Carolina, tho pltchlng of Duls, the fleldlng of Colo and Hamilton and tho battlng of Hohbs antl Stewart de serve special mention. Tho vlsltors played a good steady game, but the Carolina slttggers proved too much for the dellvery of Slllery; they went right after hlm in tho first inning, when Cole secured n single antl was advanced to second hy James. The next man up was Hohbs, who scored both mon by a beautiful three-baggor. From thls tlmo on Carolina contlnued to pound Slllory. Ho was glven good support, however, and managed to koep hls hlts well scattered. The second game between the two Instltil tlons wlll be pulled off here to-mor? row, Posltions: Carolina?Cole, center fleld; James, sliort-stop; Stewart, left fleld; Hobbs', cntohor; Fountaln, second bnso; Hani? llton. flrst base; Wadesworth, thlrd base; Hackney, right fleld; Duls, pltch? er. Delaware?Adklns. catcher; Fdgar, flrst base; Doune, center fleld; Fow? ler, short-stop; Barnholt, left flold: McGarvoy, socond base; Taylor, thlrd base; Gtbbs, rlght fleld; Sillery, pltcher. Scoro by Innings. XX. XX. E. Carolina .2020000 *?I 3 ti Delaware .10 0 0 10 0 0?2 fi 5 Battorles: Slllery antl Adklns; Duls and. Hobbs. Umpire, Morhend. Struck otlt?By Duls, 1; by Slllory, fi. 'Base on balls?Off Duls, 1; off Slllery, ?. Threo-baso hlts?Hobbs and Stowart. Stolen bnsos?James. Sacrifice hlts? Stewart, Hohbs, Edgnr, Doane. Tlme of game, 1:50. ? SAIL0RS SEE FIGHT LOS ANGELES. CAT,., Aprll 23.?The last ti' tho many prl_* tlRhts lo bo liold here Iti connectlon wlth tlio -lay of tho Amer? ican battleslilp fleet RI the ports of Los AiiRnlea wero ileclded to-day at Cluites Park v.-ltli C'liauiplnn .liiines J, .leffrles as refm-oo. All of the sallorfl on shore Inavo wero t_at|i ored nbout tlio opon-alr rlng, nnd niuolt money was waeorod on tlio three contests, Whloh deoldoil the foiuherwelght, middle wclRht 'ini.. bnavywolKlit .lit_mpl.ni. or the fleot. On tlio heuvywelfflit evont lt U snld tho sallors ot tlie Now Jeri.y aud the MU Hcui'l put up a tutni ot (7,500 otioii on the r.GUlt. - ln addltlon to tho 3,000 or morn sallors who wore presonl, thore were several thous aiu) .Ivlllnns, ainonir lliem lielnc n lari_e numliqr of womeu. The local recuptlun mmlttee gave cash prizes to the wlnners of thn bouts. Featherwelght class: Frank Rafterty, battleshlp Alabama. defeated "Bud" Fred crlck, battleshlp Illlnols, slx rounds. retaln IliK tho champlonshlp. Mlddlewclght class: Dennls Tlghe. bat? tleshlp Alabama, defeated llenry Trnlner, battleshlp Vormont, slx rounds, winnlng champlonshlp held by Tralncr for seven years. Heavywelght clais: Phlllp Schlnssberg, h&ttleahip Now Jersey, defeated Walter'AI t.er, battleshlp Mlssourl, slx rounds, winnlng champlonshlp held by Altler for two years. SOUTHERN LEAGUE ' At Nashvllle? Score by innings: R. H. E. Montgomery _0 0 0 0 10 10 0?2 3 0 Nashvllle .00010003 ??4 11 1 Batteries: Helm and Messitt: Perduo and Seabaugh. Tlmo, 1;"_2. Umpire. Brown. At Memphls? Score by lnnlngs: R. h. E. New Orleans_000 2 0 20 20?0 7 1 Memphls ..02010010 0?I 7 1 Batterles: Burkett atid Matthews; Havldge and Owen. Time, 1:40. Um plres. Carpenter and Fltzslmmons. At Llttle Rock? Score by lnnlngs: R. H. E. I.ittle Rock.10030003 ??7 11 1 Moblle .00000000 0?0 .6 4 Batterles: Buchanavt and Wood; Flsh er. Torrey aml Garvin. Time, 1:40. Umpire, O'Brlen. At Blrmingham? Score by innings: R. H. E. Blrmingham ... 2 3 0 1 2 2 0 2 *?12 14 2 Atlanta ..0 10000002? 3 9 4 Batterles: Ables and Ruub: Castlfton. Walsh and Ilulburt. Time, 2:10. Um? pire, Pfennlnger. indoofTbaseball ' The Athletlcs took In the Whlte Sox to tiie tune of fi to 1 ln tho Indonr basebal! gnme nt the Y. Mi C. A. b.nt nlght. The score hy Innlng': R. Athletlcs .1 2 12 ??S tthlte Sox.0 0 I 0 0?1 Struck out?By C'ullen. 13; by Colllns. 6. The Tlgers and Glants played flve Innlncs lnst nlght, resultlng In a a tn 3 score. The tlf wlll bo played off Saturday nlsht nt 9:30 o'clock. The score by lnnlngs: R. Tlgers .5 0 3 1 0?D Giar.ts .0 5 6 1 0?D Struck out?By Lawrence. S: by Chcr nnult. 5. ? &uctton %}Ic_f, Ctifif 39a_?. T?ADE^^8iliB____.'_lABi< V AUCTIOH C0. FRIDAY, APRIL 24TH, AT 10:30 A. M. The undertaklng establlshment of the late J. McDonough & Company, Including Carrlage Reposltory, Black smith Shop. Yard, etc, havlilg. to be sold at public auction, we are ofterlng the entlre lot of Hacks, Buggies, Car? rlages. Wagons, two new one-horso Trucks, ono new two-horse Truck, three almost new Rubber TIre>H_xka, elght or ten Buggies, Benches, Pat? terns, new Runnlng Gears, Poles, Wheels, Sprlngs. etc. Thls is one of tho most desirable sales of the kind whlch has been ln Richmond for years, and will bo sold for the hlgh dollar. FRIDAY, APRIL. 24TH, at 10:30 A. M., Elghteenth Street, be? tween Maln and Franklln. THE STANDARD AUCTION CO. B. C. Buford, Manager and Salesman, By The Valentlne Auctlon Co., 618 East. Broad Street. AUCTION SALE OF FINE FURNITURE AND MATTING. TO-DAY (FRIDAY), APRIL 24TH. commenclng at 10:30 o'clock, at our auction salesroom, No. 01S East Broad Streot, conslstlng of handsome Brass Beds, Betlropm anrl Parlor Suits, Mas'r sive Leather Rockelrs and Couchea, fine New Matting, Oilcloth, Lace Cur? tains, Druggets, handsome China Closets, Sldeboards. Dlnlng Tables, Chalrs, Rockers, <_c, Ladies Invited to attend. These goods are all strictly. high grado and worth attentlon. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO. Bv the Vlrglnla Auction Company, . 606 E. Broad St. 'Phone 3S51. SPECIAL SALE OF QNE HUNDRED ROLLS OF HIGH AND MEDIUM GRADE CHINA AND JA? PAN MATTINGS, OILCLOTH, LINO l.KUM, RUGS. DRUGGETS, ETC. This conslgnment ls fresh and rlght from the mills. A raro chance for housekeepers. Wlll bo sold without liinlt or reserve, ln lots to suit tho buyers; Sale FRIDAY' APRIL 24TH. AT 10:30 A. M., at oui* warerooms. 606 East Broad Street. Tho public invited to attend. Sale posltlve. TERMS: Cash. VIRGINIA AUCTION CO., >. Auctloneers. &eal (gatate. ll-* \//~\J T have property along I H Yl 11 J the llna of the Vlr *x * *-* V s'nlau Rallway or near territory, get into communicatlon wlth us nt once. KENNEDY-WALKER LAND & DEVELOPMENT COMIVANY, Ino.. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Maln Oftha, - Tlnkltny, Va, Jfmanctal. MONEY SEE US FOR PROMPT LOANS, ln any amount, ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS, H, SELDON TAYLOU & CO. Suctfon .fcalea. future Baj?j<, By J. B. Elam & Co? Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF Two Valuable Dwelling Houses Nos. 710 AND 721 NORTH TWENTJT- . THIRD STREET, And the Attractive Vacant Lol AD.TOIN1NO, AT AND AD.1ACENT TO THE SOUTH* EAST CORNER TWENTY-THIRD AND K STREETSi In pursttance of a decree of the Dls-" trlct Court of the Unlted States for the Eastern District of Vlrginia, in the matter of "Magglc M. Anderson, tradlng as Anderson & Co.," bankrupt, entered on tho 17th day of Aprll, 190ST, and ln executlon of the deed of trust from the sald Maggic M. Anderson, dated tho 2lst day of October, 1907, and of record In D. B. 195 A, page 150, Richmond Chancery Court, the under slgned, trustees. wlll sell. by publla auctlon, on the prernlses, on MONDAY. APRIL 27, 1908, . . at 5 o'clock P. M., the real estate re? ferred to ln the sald decree and deed. and sltuate as above stated. comprlslng the new and spaclous detached two story franie two-famlly apartment house, No. 719 North Twenty-thlrd Street. wlth tho lot on whlch It stands, It belng modernly appolnted, neat and substiinlal. and under rental at $30 per | month; the spaclous and substantlal detached two-story corner brlck and franie resldence, No. 721 North Twenty thlrd Street. adjoinlng the above on the north, wlth the corner lot on which It stands. havlng thn modern convenlences, newly papered through* i out. well appolnted for two famllles, and under rental at $20 per month; and the very dcslrable vacant lot adjacenF on N Street. frontlng 27 10-12 feet, and havlng a good depth; the dlmenslona. of' the sald several parcels belng ahowh . by the plat of survey thereof to be ex*-" hlblted at the tlmo of sale. and -whlch may be seen cnrlirr If desired upon appllcation to tho auctioneers. Tho sale of theso properties affords unusual opportunlty for profltable ln- ? vestment, antl lnvestors and home seekors aro respectfully urged to at- ' tend at the hour named. TERMS: One-thlrd or more In cash, and the reslduo upon credlts ln two equal lnstalments at one and twd years by negotlable notes, wlth lnter** est added, and secured by deed of trust upon the property purchased. GEORGE C. GREGORY, Trustee lnu Bankruptcy ln above matter: J. B. ELAM, Trustee In tho abovo-named deed.. By J. Thompson Brown & Co., ? ' - Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 1113 East Maln Street. COURT SALE ' OF# STORE PROPKRTA'. Nos.v 22. 24 AND* 26 NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET, . BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN STS.; A FRAME HOUSE. No. 507 NORTH* NINETEENTH STREET, BE? TWEEN MARSHALL AND CLAY STREETS; A A'ACANT LOT - ON CATHERINE STREET. BETAVEEN HARRISON. ? AND HANCOCK STREETS. By vlrtue of the decree of tho Rlclr mond Chancery Court. entered Aprll 9. 1908. ln sult styled Clara N. Wigand vs. Indla AA'lgand et als.. I. as special commlssloner thereln appolnted fot. the purpose. will proceed to sell al publlc auctlon. on the prernlses. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 190S, at 4:30 P. M? the property descrihed In sald decree and In the following ordor: Flrst. Commenclng wlth the stores' on Flftoenth Street, tho sald three, storos frontlng on tho west llno ot Flfteenth Streot 64 feet lA Inch. moro or' less, and running bnck between. parallel llnes 45 feet, more or less, belng threo three-stoVy brlck stores, Nos. 22, 24 and 26 North Flfteenth Street, wlth dwelllngs above. Second. Say about 5:30 P. M.. the. framo houso on Nlneteenth Street be? tween Marshall nnd Clay Streets, front? lng 22 feet, more or less, and runnlng: back between parallel llnes 100 feet. more or less, belng No. 507 North Nlneteenth Street. Third. Say about 6 P. M.. the vacant. lot on the south llne of Catherlne Sti-eet. between Harrlson ahd Haneock Streets, frontlng thereon 32 feet, and. runnlng back between parallel llnes 100 feet. moro or less. TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to one fourth of the purchnse-money. antl-the* balanee in three equal . lnstalments, . payahlo slx. twelvo and olgltteen* months: to be evldenced by negotlable notes payable to the order of tho ro spectlve purchasers,- sald notes to be secured by deeds of trust; or, at the option of the purchaser, tho tltle re talnqd by court untll .all of the money is pald and deed ordered by the court: or, all cash, at the optlon of the pur** chaser. WALLACE F. BROWN, Speclal Commlssloner. . J. Thompson Brown & Co? Auctioneors. By Green & Redd. Real Estate Agents, No. 1114 E. Maln Street. AUCTION SALE New Eight (8) Room Detached Cottage, HANDSOME MANTELS. MIRRORS, RE* CEPTION HALL AND ALL MODERN CONA'ENIENCES, LOCATED AT No. 720 MILLER AVENUE, BARTON HEIGHTS. On MONDAY. APRIL 27, 190S. at 5:30 o'clock P. M_ we wlll offer for sale. on the prernlses, the above de? scrlbed' property. To persons deslrlng a liome ln this most .deslrablo town, Barton Heights, thls property offers spe.lal iudiice ments. It ean best be appreclated by close lnspectlon, whlch Is Invited. TERMS: Reasonable, nnd wlll be announced at sale. GREEN & REDD. *-; Auctioneers. By E. A. Catlln. No. 6 N.' Eleventh Street. AUCTION SALE SUBURBAN HOME, on Westhampton Car Line. At tlie request of the owner, I wlll offer for sale, on tho prernlses, on SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 190S. at 5:30 P. M., tho new and attractlve. sevon-rooni dwoltlng, wlth lot 70x190 feet, sltuated on tho east llho of Libbtq Avenue, belng lot No. 6, ln the plan of AA'ost A'lew. part of "Tho Dalilla Farm." Tlie dwelling la wall planned and dollglltfully located, within 100 yard. of car llne. A rare opportunlty to se? cure a bargain In a suburban hotne. TERMS: Liberai and announced at'? sale. E A. CMTt.IN. ..itotloneer. 5 The Valentine Museum EI.-JVKNTH ANP CLAY B.RSETS. Open dally frorn 10 A. M. lo 1 .. K, Ailnii-.U'ii. ss cobts. .'ia. oa 8_tur_?y.