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HIS FIRST GAME "Hoot Mon" Has His First Off Day and Is Batted All Over the Lot by R?d Sox. VIRGINIA STATE LEAGUE IIcniiMs. Yeslcrdny. Danvllle, .(; RIchmond, 2. Roanoke, fl; Portsmouth 3. Norfolk, 2; Lynchburg, 1. Ntnudliig of tbe Clubs. Clubs. Won. Lost. r.C. nichmond ....... 21 io .b.o Danvlllo . 20 21 .fiSH Ro.inok. 24 27 .471 Norfolk . 24 . 27 .471 Portsniouth . .0 26 .435 Lynchburg . 20 2. .-i 17 (.niin-s To-Doy. Kiehmond at Danvlllo. I.ynchburg at Norfolk. Roanoko at Portsmouth. rf-'p'rlal to The Tim<.s-I.lspaloh.) DANVII_I.fi, VA.. June 22.?"Hoot Mon" McKenzie, the muoh-heraldod Richmond twlrler of Scottlsh fanie, mot hls Watorloo hero to-day, loslng hls flrst game of the Rfason. Ho was batted nll over the lot by ? the To bacconlsts, who slugged hlm for two Iripplos, four doublcn and flve sln Walker, for the homo team, pitched steady, conslstent ball and only in ifiFOLK .EATS THE SHOEHUCEHS tSpeeial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] NORFOLK, VA., Juno 22.?In one of the prettlest games of the season, both teams puttlng up fast work behlnd the pltchers, the Tars defoated the Shoe rr.akers to-day by tho score of 2 to 1. ?Not until tlm last man was out was tho result declded, Grlm's men playlng a great uphlll contest. Left fleld ls what ls known as a ,ua fleld, and ln the openlng Innlng Wallace, bllnded by Sol, let a lony fly get away from hlm. the only crroi of the game, and one that was costly Whlle hlt more freely than Stewart ZTolin Fox was clever ln the plnches hnd recelved faultlcss support wlj.li men on bascs. Three tlmes Lynchburc had chances to make another run, but could not flnd Long John's curves The score: l.yn'cblmri;. Players. AB. R. H. O. A. E Bowen. 2b. 3 0 1 3 6 < Davls, rf. 3 0 1 1 0 ( Kirkpatrick. 3b. 3 0O10( Hooker, cf.4 0 1 1 0 ( Ralev, lb.4 0 I 8 2 ( Wallace, lf. 4 U 0 2 0 ] Oettlg. ss. 3 1 1 3 1 ( Wostlake, c.3 0 2 li 4 ( btewart. p.3 0 1 0 I ( Totals.30 1 S 21 11 ! Norfolk. players. AB. R. H. O. A. E f?e*t-. lf. f 1 0 - 1 ' Bonner. 2b. 3 1 3 3 3 ( Fii*nd. cf. 2 0 0 10. Fetzer, rf. 2 0 1 0 0 1 Edwards, lb. 3 0 0 14 0 1 Smith. c. 2 0 0 4 J. 1 O'Neal, ss. 2 0 1 1 4 1 Ruhland, 3b. 3 0 0 2 3 . Fox. p. 3 0 1 0 _4 J Totals.21 2 5 27 16 ? Score bv Innlngs: P. T.vnchburg .0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0? Norfolk .10 10 0 0 0 0 0? Summarv: Earned runs?LynchburR 1 j Norfolk. 1- Left on basas?Lynch huri?. 7: Norfolk, 2. Sacrlflce hits l-'rlend, \Ve_tlake, Davls.. Stolen base ?Seltz. Bonner. Gettlg, Struck out by Stewart, 4; by Fox, 4. Bases 01 balls?off Stewart. 2; off Fox. 3. Bat tor hlt?Smith. Tlme?1:3S. Umplre Mace. Attendance?1,500. Hs*" II "TY" ?.Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlapateh.l CHARI-OTTESVILLE. VA., June 22. Pr.tersburg captured the first of a s. rics .of games wlth Charlottesvllle tc day. 4 to 3 ln a 12-lnnlng strugglc Griffln. the Fork Unlon Acadetn twirler. fanned ten of tho locals, whl! Dabney, of the Episcopal Hlgh Schon pitched a good game for Charlottei vllle. Pollard, the local's star twirle ls out of the game for severai day He dld the "Tv" Cobb act Saturda night, badly in.1urlng hls pltching har on a darkey who had elbowed a whl! woman. J^core by innings: R. H. ] Petersburg? 0 0 100002000 1?1 10 Charlottesvllle? 01110000000 0?3 S Batteries?Griffln and Woodwar. Oabney and Sicer. PureWhiskies Guaranteed Under fhe National Pure Food nnd Drugs Act. Remember our goods go to you just aa inspected and gauged by Unlted States of? flcers. We are not whlskey mixers or com pounders. Express prepald on followlng goods; TYSON'S BEST (stralght. 10 years old Md. Whlskey), 4 full qta.94.00 TYSON'S CLUB WHISKEY, 4 full Qta., 83.00 Every drop of Tyson's Club Whlskey guaranteed to bo pure and batter than whls? key sold by other houses at 14.00. TYSON'S NORFOLK WHISKEY, 4 full quarts.?2.75 Thls brand la equal to any .3.60 whlskey on the market TYSON'S EXPOSITION WHISKEY, per gnllon.?? 2.50 Thls brand of whlskey ls strong, hag a good flavor, and ls llked everywhere. Order a gallon and bo convlnced thls ls the lowest-prlced ivhlskey house ln tho country. TYSON'S PURE CORN WHISKEY, 4 full quarts.*3.00 TYSON'S PURE WHITE CORN, per gnllon . 82.50 TYSON'S PURE GIN per gallon.*.3.50 TYSON'S HAIIHOIt STOCK. GIN, per gallon .$2.50 TYSON'S PURE APPLE BRANDY, per gallon.*4.00 TYSON'S STAR BRANDY, per gnllou . *ja.50 Goods shipped same day order ls recelved. "We make good all losses and breakage. Wo do not pay express charges on anything less than a gallon. Remlt Postal Order, Express. Money Order or currency ln "Reglatered latter. No. personal chacks accepted unless party ls known to us, ADDRESS ALBEMARLE DIST. COMPANY iwsn.r W. J.TYSON, Jr. .. VT*C-T-'*'-* 31-33 Brevver Street, Norfolk, Virginia. lo.wraoi*. . ; 'W45 j jjfiMII thr. second Inning dld he nllow tho league leadera to diipllcato hlts on hlm, When they earned a run hy Ison'.i t-lnglo and MoBflltt'a ttvo-Backo. The eontoat wnn gpectflCUlar, and ono of tho most interesting aoen hore thlsi season. The final result Waa over ln d.iutit, and Walker retlred the slde ln tho nlntli wlth two of tho Lnwmnkers! on bascfl. McKenzle was glven gllt-'j erige support by hls team. Biggs] played a great gamo In centre fleld, making a Btar catch. which completod a doublo. Itoyle, for Danvllle, mnde n. wondei'ful catch nnd Tydoman's throw Ing, as well aa the catchca ot Ryan, wero foaturea. Danvllle. Playera. AB. B. H. O. A. E. !Powell, If. 1 i Doyle. 2b. 3 1 Henn. cf. 4 0 Tyrlemun. rf. 4 0 Stnfford, th. 3 0 Flsher,'ss.3 0 Relnhart, 3b. 3 i Ity.in, c. 2 0 Walker, p. 3 n Totftla.29 4 U 27 II Playors. Illchinond. AU. R. H*. O. A. E. Heffron, lf.7 3 l Llpe. 3b. 2 0 Kanzler, lb. 4 0 Rlggc, cf. 4 U Sandherr, ss. 4 0 Tltman, rf. 4 0 Ison, 2b. 3 1 Messltt. c. 2 0 McKenzle, p. 3 0 0 3 0 0 Totals.29 2 6 24 13 1 Score by innings: R. Danvllle .10001101 ??I Richmond.1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 Summary: Earned runB?Danvllle, 3: Richmond, 1. Ktolen base?Heffron. Sacrifice hltB?-Doyle, Llpe. Messltt. TWb'-baao lilte?Henn, Doyle. Reinh-irt, Stafford. Kanzler. Messltt. Three-ba-<e hlts?Powell (2). Double play?Rlgga tr, Ison. Struck out?by Walker. 7; by McKenzle, 2. Bnse on ball*--3t! Walk? er. 2: bv McKenzle, 1. Hit by pitched ball?Llpe. Tlme of same?1:40. Um? plre*?Hlnncgar. Attendance?2,000. pooiliiiifis U5B THE tWE fRpeclal to The Tlmea-Dlspatch.] NORFOLK, VA.. June 22.?Poor fleld Ing on llie part of PortBmouth gave Roanoke the flrst game of the serles to-day by the score of 5 to 3. desplte the fuct thai Vernuelle was hlt much more freelv than Hamllton. The game wns fast, although thero was free bat? tlng bv both teamn. Roanoke mlxed hits wlth errors in thc flrst two Innings for a total of four runs. and in the flfth took advnntat-e of errors to make thelc flfth run. Portsmouth scored in the second, thlrd and slxth by timely battlng. At no tlme after the firsi two lnninfrs was the result in doubt. Portsmouth's re cent slump has caused a marked fall? ing off in attendance. Portsmouth. Players. Brodie. cf. Russell. If.8 Gnadinger, rf., 3b. .. t Griffin. 3b. 2 Bertram. rf.l Larkln. 2b.4 Lawrence, sb.3 Schrader. ih.4 Wadleigh. c.-I Hamllton. p.4 AB. R. H. O. A. E. 12 0 0 0 13 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 115 0 1 13 0 0 3 7 1 0 10 2 3 1 1 2 0 0 Totals .31 3 10 27 11 5 Iliianolip. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Players. Lohr. cf. 4 0 0 King. lf. -I - 2 2 Hessler, rf. 4 1 0 0 Clayton. 2b. 4 0 0 4 Painter, 3b. 4 0 1 1 ShafTer, lb. 4 0 0 12 McMahon, es. 4 1 1 4 Ragsdale. c. 4 1 1 1 Vernuelle, p. 2 0 1 1 Totals .34 5 C-26 18 2 ?Griffin out; foul strlke. .Score by inninga: R Portsmoulh .0110010 0 0?3 Roanoke .22001000 0?5 Summary: Earned runs. Portsmouth, 1; Roanoke. 1. Two-base hlts. Rags? dale. Sacrlfice hits. Russell, Griilln and Vernuelle. Stolen bases, Gnadin? ger and Klng. Double plays. Vernuelle te Shnffer; McMahon to Shaffer. Bases on balls?off Vernuelle, 1: off Hamll? ton, o. Hit by pitched ball, Brodie Struck out?by Hamllton, 5. Wilci pltch, Hamllton, 2. Left on bases Portsmouth. 7: Roanoke. 3. Tlme ol game. 1:50, Umplre. Byron. Attend? ance, 500. ON THE WING MILAN, June 22.?Leon Delagrange the French aeroplanist, this afternoo: surpassed his previous records by fly Ing for slxteen mlnutes and thlrtjy seconds. Durlng that time hls machine was from ten to eighteen feet above the ground. M. Delagrange made nin: rounds of a measured course in a mill? tary fleld at a velcclty ot about thlrty* eight miles an hour. traverslng in al about eighteen kilometres, or a little more than eleven miles. A speclal goK medal wlll be struck in honor of hl.' performance. GRAND PRIX DE PARIS CROWD in...- huiKiici iiiiiiiiiiii.i |.<-rH<niM .-..nv ... i\, v ii 111 n-i-i .i.c-h ".Nurtli East" .. m ..tn- grealest ol l-'reucb race* wltli lts Purae irec liuudred t-ioi-satid pt-rson* m-.t ?v. iv. vuuueriilit'H ".North Enst" of !.7'-,0iMi. Ilnclng In France re celves govcrument eBciuiragcmcnt. HOPE. TO flllE SPEEDY BIEWS Coach Hecox Takes Out Two Shells at Virginia Boat, Club. Two olght-'oared shells were taken out by members of tho Virginia Boat f'luh yesterday, and the slxteen men having Ke.its were put through a stlff practlce by Coach Hecox. Mr. Hecox seems to be well pleased wlth the material whlch he will de velop. i,ut lt will be some tlme before he can get a posltlve Idea of the morits of the Indivldual oarsmen. He stated last nlght that the next week or so wlli be devoted to teaching the new men how to get down the stroke. No effort will be made to select crews or secure speed for some tlme yet. "There will be constant clianges ln the boats," sald Mr. Hecox, "until aftor the club regatta. which will be held here the last of July or early ln August. After that tlme I hope to he able to make the final selectlon of crew and substl tutes." The cluh intends to make a bld for first honors at the Labor Day regatta on the Botowac lf a crew of sufflcent promise can be developed for that oc? casion, and every effort will bo tnad to turn out a wlnnlng boat. "As much depends upon the rnan ln the second bout as In the llrst one," declared Mr. Hecox. "because , it re quires a good crew of substitutes to make tlie flrst crew do thelr best. And tUere ls very often a vacincy at the last nipment. whlcli a man ln the sec? ond boat is requlred to till." lt Is posslble that at the club regatta on the James. a boat front the Old Domlnlon Club. Alexandrla, will be brought here to compete ln one of the races. I Coach Hecox accompanied the old elght down the rlver in a slngle skull Tliosys having scat.s were Miissrs. WItt stroke; Bowen. Np. 7: Watt, No. f> Nlchols, No. 5; Sutton, No. 4; Taylor No. 3; Wheat, No. 2; Cushman, No. 1 and BInford, coxswain. The new eight, whlch was launched a little later held the followlng crew: Messrs. Smith stroke. WY. L. Gilliam, No. 7: Thomas No. 6; Booth. No. 5; Collis. No. ??; Crump No. 3; Mead, No. 2; Beers, No. 1, and Waddey, coxswain. THE MOST POPULAR PLA YER To the most popular baseball player In thc Virginia State League $50 in gold will be presented by The Tlmes Dispatch on Labor Day. Who tho most admired diamond star of the league ls. wlll be decided by tho only one way posslble?the ballot. Beginning 10-day, and ln each lssue of The Tlmes-Dlspatch until September 5th. a ballot will appear. which may be cut out and dellvered to The Base? ball Edltor, wlth the name. of the voter'e favorlte ball player written upon it. The contest promises to be a keen one. as each playor. especially those on the Richmond team, has a large fol? lowing of admirers; and it will be a battle of the ballots from now until A CLOSE GAME A flne game was ployed on the Richmond Academy diamond yesterday between thc Fourth Street Cubs and thu Fiftli Street Giants. endlng in a heart disease finlsh with the score, 6 5 ln favor of the Giants. For tlie Fourth Streets the playing of Fleishman. Maxwell and Ryan were tht- featufe's, For the Flfth S'.reets the playing of Rawhido Beard at shcrtstop saved the game. The battlng of Beard, Hewitt, Vonderlehr and the llne drlve of McGeorge's for two bases ln the flivt inning which scored Beard and Vonderlehr ahead of him wero tho features. In the ninth the Fourth Streets took the lead, but in the '..ast half the Fifth Streets' made two runs, which won the gamo. Score by innings: R. H. E. Fourth Streets...0 0 01 0 2 00 2?5 1 4 Flfth Streets....3 0 1000002?(1 S 1 The battlng order: Flfth Streets?Fleishman, second V.r.se; Maxwell, catclier; Joyce. pitoiu-r; Grrves, sliortstop; Powers, third base; L. Onestv, first liase; Ryui., left fleld; C. Onesty, centre fleld; Gasser, right fleld. Fourth Streets?T. Hewitt, third base: Vonderlehr, flrst base; "Beard, shortsto'p; McGoorge, pitcher: Johnson, second base; Turner, left fleld: Onesty, catcher: Keeke, centre field; Malloy, right field; Dugan. Cnntlllon RcRalns Slght. NEW YORK, June 23.?Following a fit of histerics caused by the nnnouncemor.t that he would have to submit . to an operation, Jamee Cnntillon, a member of the Des Moines profosslonal baseball team, and a tirother of "Joe" Cantillon, manager ol the Washlngton Amerlcan League team. regained tho sight of hls right eye Sunday in Bellevue Hospital. aftor being practlcally bllnd for flve weeks. Seven months ago Cantillon wae struck ln the left eye while at work In Chicago. Sympathetic affectlon In fected the jight eye, and Cantillon was grudually Tpslng his slght; when the loft eye-' waa r'emoved Cantillon camo on to Now York. but worried so much that the conditlon oi hls right eye hecame rapldly worae; but he was so weak tho physlclans hositated about per for m Ing an opera? tion. Yestorday they decldod to do so. Cantillon heeamo hysterlcal, nnd ro* mninod so fqr several houra, afler which he suddenly shouted: "I can seol I cnn see!" The doctors applied tests and found that lt was trito, hut they declared the case- a wost jnizzllng one, ARITE HAS 1LK OVER AT Li.T0r.IA Class Leader Wins Neck-and Neck Drive in the Steeple chase. CINCINNATI, June 22.?Arlte easlly won the fourth event at a mlle and an 'eighth at Latonla to-day. Class Lead? er won tho steeplechase handlcap In a drive hy a neck from Conl Black Lady, wlth Charfield thlrd. Track fast. First race-?flve furlongs?The Mis sus ($20.45, stralght) first, Mabel Hen? ry ($12.25, place) second, Queen's Mes? sage ($10.55, show) third. Tlme, 1:01 4-5. Second race?steeplechase handlcap, short course?Class Leader (J1S.00. stralght) first, Coal Black Lady ($14.05. place) second, Charfield ($S.20, show) thlrd. Tlme, 2:58 4-5. ' Thlrd race?flve furlongs?Annie Mc Geo ($9.55, stralght) first, Asplrln ($7.15, place) second, Ro.seburg II. ($7.45, show) thlrd. Time. 1:00 2-5. Fourth race?mlle and an eighth? Arite ($14.45, stralght) first. Ordle ($2.70, place) second, Moquette ($7.00, show) thlrd. Time, 1:52 2-5. Fifth race?six furlongs?Menev.i ($27.50, stralght) first, Merrlck ,($C55, place) second, Beth Goodwin ($7.05, show) thlrd. Tlme, 1:14 3-5. Slxth race?mlle and a sixteenth? Qtiagga ($36.35. stralght) first, Dick Finnell ($9.S0, place) second, B. E. Sterllng ($33, show) thlrd. Time, 1:16 3-5. Good Colored Game. The Sa. Lttke Stars, colored champion: of Virginia, defeated tbe Black .Stock ings, of Newport News. yesterday in one of tho prettiest games between colored teams seen at Broad Street Park this season. The score was 4 to 3. The same teams will play to-morrow at the park, beglnning at 4 o'clock. September 5th, when the last vote will be recelved and the final count made to decide the wlnner of the golden prize. The presentatlon may occur here ot In one of the other cities supportins a club, for the contest is open to everj player in the league, and thls is ". good chance for fans in other cltlei to show loyalty to their favorite play? ers by wlnnlng for him the covetec purse. The contest should serve as an addec incentive to the ball tossers to pla. the clean, commendable kind of bal wliich the people who support th. game demand. The money, which goe. to the vlctor, although a much to b< desired prize in Itself, Is only a smal part of tiie lucky man's wlnnings. Th. most slgnificant result will be th( fact that, from the vlewpolnt of tlu spectator, ho ls tho hardest playing most sportsman-llke. and, therefore, th. most popular baseball star ln th. league. To recelve the palm of publl. ndmiratlon ls the hope of all person: In the publlc eye. Voters should read the ballots care fully and be sure to see that the; are in the hands of The Baseball Edl tor before the date of expiratlon. D. not hold out your vote, as each on. becomes vold after ten days from tli. date of publicatlon. SHOULD PLAY FOR MONEY WORCESTER, "MASS., June 22.?Di G. Stanley Hall, of Clark Universlt. ln a sermon on Sunday took up th subject of summer baseball, declarliu himself in favor of allowing colleg diamond stars to play professional bal durlng thelr vacatlons. In sumnilng up he sald: "I'm no only saying that lt ls rlght for a ma' to play summer ball for money, bu I'm going further than that; lf a stu dent needs the money to pay hls wa through college: lf he needs lt fo necessarles, or for anything olse, the. lf ho has a glft for ball playlng, h ls falllng In Tils duty to himself an to the world lf he does not tako ad vantage of .-"and uso lt to. the best c hls ablllty.** _$50 in Gold! Times-Dispatch Baseball Voting Contest For the Mo?t Popular Player in Virginia League. Count this ballot in favor of Name of Player_ Thls vnte .xpirea nnd ln vold un less recelved at tho offL.o of Tha Tlmes-Pltipatch before icou of TIIURSPAY, JULY 2. 1.0S, Flllout and mall or doiivcr to Baseball Ballot Edltor, The Tlm.s Dls.iat.li, Hlehiiionil, Va. Contest c|o'*flS nt 12 o'olocV noon Katurdiiy, Hopteinboi- fl, IDOS, Trlzo awarded on Labor Day, OTH CHICAGO By Getting.One Yesterday, Wag ner Has Made 2,000 Hita. NATIONAL LEAGUE Itesultn Yesterday. New York, 7; ChlcaRo. 1. Plttsburg, 0; Clnclnnatl. I. Brooklyn. 1: Philadelphla, 0. Boston. 0: St. Louls. 1. StniHlln-*- of thc Club. Clubs. Won. L Chlcago . 32 Plttsburg . 33 Clnclnnatl . 30 New York . 2'.< 1 hlladelphla . 23 Hoston . 21 St. Louls . 22 Brooklyn . 21 .Games To-Day. Clnclnnatl at Plttsburg. Philadelphla at Brooklyn. Boston at New Yorl Coslly Error*- I.osp for Chnmps. NEW YORK. June 22.?The Chlcag champlons made costly errors In lo day's gamo, and gave the locals an op portunlty of scorlng three stralgh victories. Evcrs has been suspende for three days for disputing witli th umpire last Saturday. Score by inningn: , R. H. I Chicago .001000000?110 New York .04003000 ??7 lt Batteries: Lundgren and Kllng Wlltze and Bresnahan. Time. 1:1; Umpires, O'Day and Klem. Illank I'irntes. PITTSBURG. PA.. Juno 22.?Clncir natl shut out Pittsburg in the fin gamo of tlie serles by a score of 4 to bv splendid fielding. Young replace Maddox In the eighth. By gettljig hit, Wagner has made 2,000 hlts durin hls baseball career. Score. by innings: , R. H. 1 Plttsburg .0000000 00?0 T Cincinnati .20000020 0?4 6 Batteries: Maddox, Young and Gil son, Weimer and Schlel. /Tlme, 1:5 Umpires. Emslie and Rudderham. Only One Iltin, BOSTON. MASS., June 22.?Raymon sltgii'tly outpitched Boultes in to-day game, and St. Louis won 1 to 0. Tr only run scored was ln the fourth c Delehanty's two-bagger and Ludwlg Score by fnnings: , R. H. J Louls .0 001000 0 0?l fi Boston .0 00000000?0 3 Batteries: Raymond and Ludwh Boultes, Llndaman and Smith. Ttm 1:35. Umplre, Rlgler. Ten IimliiKM. BROOKLYN. N. Y-. .lune 22.?Ruck and McQulllen to-day pitched a tei inning game. In the tenth the Phih delphia pltcher gave I-Iummel a bai on balls. Lumley sacrlflced, and She han slngled, scorlng Hummcl and wll ing tho gamo. Score by Innings: , R. H. Philadelphla ..0000000000?0 8 Brooklyn .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?1 3 Batteries: McQulllen and Jacklltsc Rueker and Bergen. Time, 1:52. Ur pire, Johnstone. I AMERICAN LEAGUE iic-mltn Yesterday. Cleveland, 2: Phllaclelphiu, 9. Detroit, 4; Chicago, 1. Standlng of thc Clubs. Clubs. Won. Lost. P. Chicago . 35 22 .6 Cleveland . 32 24 .5 Sl. Louls . 33 34 .5 Detroit . 31 25 .5 Philadelphla ..25 30 .4 Now York. 24 31 .4 Boston . 25 34 .4 Washington .20 35 .3 (iniiics To-Dny. New York nt Phljadelphia. Washlngton at Boston. Tlgers Down While Sox. DETROIT, MICII., June 22.?Whl passed Crawford to got Cobb ln t slxth, und tho lnst named singled a tled the score. Two passos, three hl and a sacrlflce Hy ln the eighth d cided lt ln favor of Detroit, 4 to 1. Scoro by Innings: R. H. Detroit .0000010 3*?l 6 Chlcago .1000000.0 0?1 3 Batteries: Wlllett nnd Thomas; Whl DREAMER BESTS A CHOICE FIELD Jack Atkin, Roseben and Other Good Thoroughbreds Left in the Wake of the Winner. SHEEPSHEAt) HAY, M. Y;, J_-ie 22.? Dronmor, runnltig nt hls bi.Ht, provod a blg surprise when he won the Cotiey Island Handlcap, six furlongs, nt Hheepshond Day to-day. Ho defeated tho best lleld of sprlntero ln tho Eaat, for the fleld Incltided Roseben, Jack Atkln, B.-riy Maid, Baby Wolf an.l many others, Jack Atkln, ?.i. his re | cent good sprlntlng race, was always tho cliolce for the S.uoo persons pres? ent. Dreamor, cnmlng from awnv bnek, caught Jack Atkln ut t*io liii.tl ?\X tnetith pole, got tlie lea.l. and won, going away by a length. Suiiiinnrles; Flrst rnee?tho Etires, two-year-olds, flve and n half furlongs; Futurltv course ?Edward (2 to I) nrst, lllllslde d to 10, place) second, Wamba (out, show) thlrd. Tlme, i;08 3-5. Sorond ruce?the Commnndo, three year-olds. one mlle?Hesslan (3 to 6. first, .lubllee (out, place) second, Rob? ert Cooper (out, show) thlrd. Tlme 1:39 1-5. Third race?the Dalsy, two-year olds, llve furlongs; turf course?Coun terpane^a to O) flr.?t. Harrlgan (even, place) second, El Picaro (3 to 1, show) thlrd. Tlme, 1:00 2-5. Fourth race- .lun..-Handlcap. theCone. Island, thrce-yea:-olils nnd up, six fur. long.s; Futurlty course?Dr.i.m.r 112 McCarthy (7 to 1, 5 to 2, 7 to 6) llrst Jack Atkln, 135, Musgrave (3 to 1 _. and Sulllvan. Tlme, 1:10. Umplres Connolly and Hurst. Clevelnnd Oiitplnyed. CLEVELAND, OHIO, Juno 22.?Phll adelphla outplayed Cleveland all th. way, nnd won easlly by tho scoro o 9 to 2. Three pltchers were knockei out of tho box. Score by innings: r. h. E Cleveland .0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0?2 S Philadelphla ... l l o o 0 o ,. 11?a it Batterles: Chech, Rhoads, Hess, N .jClarke and Bemls; Coombs. Plank an. Powers. Tlme, 2:00. Umplre, Evaiu SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE MACON, GA., Juno 22.?Tho local Iwon thelr** fifth strnlght gamo to-dav hlttlng Hixon hard. The visitors mad three runs ln the ninth and tled th score, but the home team camo rlgh back wlth another run. Score by Innlngs: R. II. _?" Macon .110 0 0 10 0 1?1 S Savannah .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3?3 4 Batterles: Clark and Robinson; Hlxp and Kahlkoff. Time, 1:30. Umplre, La tham. CHARLESTON, S. C, June 22.?On ac gjeount of the threatening weather Um plre Buckley called to-day's game af ter flve Innlngs had been played. Nelth cr slde had scored. Kcoro by innlngs: R. H. I Chaiieston .000 000?0 2 Jacksonville .000 00 0?0 l Batteries: Vlebahn and Relslngei Goettell and Roth. Tlme, 1:05. Umplr. Buckley. AUGUSTA. GA., June 22.?Columbl defeated Augusta thls afternoon by tl score of 1 to l. Ford was knocke out of the box. Dexter relieved hli Score by Innlngs: R. H. ' Augusta .00000 10 00?1 5 Columbla .02010000 0?3 6 Batterles?Ford, Dexter and Carsoi Welsher and Cote. Tlme, 2 hour Umplre, Truby. SOUTHERN LEAGUE M Atlanta, Ga.? Score by Innlngs: R. H. 1 \tlanta ....._020100100?4 S Nashvllle .0 0 0 12 10 0 1?5 9 Batterles: Schopp and McMurra; Yerkos, Kellum and Hardy. Time, 2:0 Umplres, Carpenter and O'Brlen. At BIrmlngham, Ala.? Score by Innlngs: R. H. 1 Birmingham ....00000131*?511 Montgomery-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 6 Batterles: Robinson, Raub and Meel Thomas nnd Shannon. Time, 2:00. Un pire, Fltzsimmons. At Memphls, Tenn.? Score by Innlngs: R. H. 1 New Orleans_10000001 0?2 4 Memphls .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 ??f> 8 Batteries: Fritz and Stratton; Ga rlty and Owens. Time, 1:40. Umpir Brown. Score bv Innlngs: R. H. Little Rock _2 000 2 0 0 2 '??6 17 Mobile .0000010 0 0?1 7 Batteries?Buchanan and Woo Beeker. Torrey and Masslng. Tlu 1:50. Umpires, Garvln and East. CAR0LINA LEAGUE [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, June 22.. Spartanburg took a double-header fro the Twlns here thls evening, tho sco of the llrst game belng r. to 0, and tl ..econd game, twelvo Innlngs, 2 to 1. Flrst game? Scoro by Innlngs: R. H. ' Spartanburg ...00020120 0?5 1 Winston-Salem .00000000 0?0 4 Batteries: Wlnston-Salem?Steln and Hobbs; Spartanburg?Cassldy ai Buesse. Second game? Score by innings: R. H. Spartanburg? . 000010000001?2 9 Winston-Salem? 10000000000 0?1 7 Batterles: Wlnston-Salem?Steln land Hobbs; Spartanburg?McDona C. I and Buesse. 14' - GREENSBORO, N. C, June 22.?Hat mersly dld not allow a hlt, and on v.vo mon got as far as flrst until t n'nth, when he let up nnd allowed t. hits. Weaver provod an easy mark tho locals, and the gamo was never doubt. Clark, for Anderson, played brllllant game. HIcks starrcd at sho tor tho locals. Score by Innlngs: R. H. Greonsboro _3 0110010 *?fl 11 Anderson .000000 0 0 0?0 2 Batterles: Hammersly and Wals Weaver and Cooper; Umplre, Weste velt. Time, 1:33. Charlotte, 1; Greenville, 0. EASTERN CAR0LINA LEAGUI [Speclal to Tha Tlmes-Dlspatch.] WILSON, N. C, June 22.? Wlls won from Wilmlngton horo to-day n pretty game. Ogle's pltching 1 Wilson and tho fleldlng of Wllmingt wero featti.-es. Captain Smith. of t visitors, had an ankle hurt ln tho th: Innlng, and retired from tho game. Score by Innings: il.ll. Wilmlngton .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?l 6 Wilson .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 l *?3 9 Batterlos?Wilmlngton, Webster a KIte; Wilson, Oglo and Hugg. Umpl Henderson. Attendance, 750. CHARLOTTE, N. C, June 22.?In t most briOlant exhlblt of the natioi game local fans have wltnessed tl season, Charlotte shut out Groenvil S. O., thls afternoon, though th. wns only ono tally to tho crodlt of t locals when the clouds rollod away. was a pltchers' battlo throughout, ?whlch Fulleny.ii.er, of the locals, h the bost of It, allowlng the boys fr. tho Piilniotto Stato only three Iii Tho visitors exhtiustod two pitch. ln thu atrugglo. Tlio giiino waa w in tho first iuiiing, and then tho sp. tators wltliossed hrllllniit playli wlth nelther slde abln to score. Scoro by Innings: R. ... Charlotte. .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 il 0?1 4 Greonvlllo .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 3 Battorlo."?Fullenwlder and. Sherr Ciitvlta an*4 Pvaasioy., even, 1 to 2) second; Demund 118, Burna "(15 to 1, fi tr, 1, ;i to 1) third. ' Tlme, 1:12. , lloBeben, King Co'balt, Borr/ Mnl.l, bon I'nrlquo, Notusulga, Flrat Ono, floslmlr, Bat Masterson, Cham*? pngm* nnd Baby Wolf also ran. Flfth race?thn Lonntnka Handlcap, three-year-olds and up. slx nml a hal? furlongs; turf course?Royal Touriat (4 to 1) llrst, Besom (even. place) sec? ond, I'antouflo (2 to 1, show) third. Tlme, 1:13 3-5. Slxth raco?the Rtinyme.le. three year-olda nnd upward, selling, one mllo nnd Ihre,. slxteonths?Montfort (8 t.i 5) tirst, Bnd News (4 to 6, place) second, Black Oak (2 to .1, show) thlrd. Time, 1:58 -1-5. Diamond Dust Hnrd 1-iclc, boys. nut there are two sames yet to be played, Eleven hits of? McKenzle and only fnur run.?. Now, you know thnt'a playing ball. On? hns got to glve that Danvllle bunclj what they make; they certalnly ara swat tcra. Flist R-imc McKenzle haa lost since Joln Inj- the Lnwmnkers. Slx two-base hlta ln the prame. Powell waa tliero wlth thc stick wlth two three-baae hlts nnd n alngle. The I.nwmnkcrs are stlnffy wlth thelr er rrrs, only one yesterday, and Messltt was responsible. Only ono stolen baso ln the -imc, and Bill Heffron made that. Kanzler hns not hls eye on the "ball now, The other follows better watch out. Everybrtdy hlt the ball excopt Tydomnn (in.l Walker. .McKenzle hnd hls off day yesterday. lle* doesn't pttch cnotiKh to keep In trim. Rnll players who can play wlth thelr hcada as well aa their handa and feet ara heeomlnir more scarce every season. Watch those Bu-i; they aro iiable to tako flist place ni*aln. Clark Griffith Is lookln-? for a. aecoml haaemnn In order that he may shlft Niles to rlRht. tleld ln placo of Kecfcr, who seems to he at the end of hls ropo. That hoy Doyle certalnly put up B. alfi*? game yesterday at second. All nf Ihe players went wlth the tea.ui to Danvllle. The Lawmakera are about the only team that hasn't shlfted the battlnB order. They played a faae same ln Bugvllle. Many colleue ball players wlll lie found on tho summer nlnes mnsn-iierndlnB under a iu.ni>* not known to hls parents. Well, old Shnffer won another game. Portsmouth made ten hlts to Roauoka'a slx, nnd th.'n couldn't wln. That little kid King was in the game yes? terday and played a good game. The Portsmouth players certalnly havai got some big names. Roanoke won tho game In thelr first two Innings. Wallace made the only error for Lynch? burg. aml It was costly. Seems ns if Lynchburg ough' to have won, thr game. Old Bob Wallace wlll get the glad hand when lie comes here. Lynchburg has three of Rlchmond's old players. All aro doing pretty good. Blll Edwards played llrst for the Crew. ncceptlng fourteen chances wlthout an error. Manager Chance, of Chlcago Cubs, sent the following self-cxplanatory tclegrain nftor the nomination: "The Hon. William H. Taft. Washlngton. D. "You have made a home run wlth the hnses full. Heartlest congratulatlons from all the Cubs and myself." BE.V TUCKER. I N. C II. ATHLETICS. Yestcrdav was a busy one as far as ra? creatlve games and athletics at the Y. M. C A. were concerned. A conlinuous perform aneo of leagues and tournaments took pl.ici between tho hours of I and 9. Tho attend apce on the nthletlc grounds was over sixty. The boys startod In at 1 o'clock wlth th* Indoor haseball and volleyball games be? tween the Little Stars and Little- Comets. The baseball game was won by the former 9 to 8. but the volleyball was won by tha latter 21 to IS. The.se teams will play agaln on Wednesday afternoon. J. H. Rlcks and R. A. Rlcks, Jr.. defeated L E. Van Sant nnd J. J. Scherer, Jr., in tha tennls tournament?6-8, 9-7, 6-2. The wln? ners will play P. J. Straus and R. W. Hen derson ln tho flnals thls evening at 6:30. Ueglnnlng at 6:15 two games of volley? ball in the Business Men's League wera played. Qoolsby's Neverwnssers got away wlth Harrlson's Wouldbes by the declsivts scoro of 21 to 8. The second games was not so one-slded. though Colllns's Oughttobcs defeated Butler's Hasbeens 21 to 15. stnii.lliig of the Tenins. Clubs. Won. Lost. PC. N'everwassers .,. 3 1 .??>.. Oughtobes . 2 2 .500 Wouldbes . 3 2 .500 Hasbeens . 1 3 .250 The employcd boys' teams at nlght com peted in spring board hlgh-Jiimp, relay pur sult race and indoor baseball. The Invlncl bles won the hlgh Jump nnd Indoor base? ball game. and thu Crescents the relay race. The Crescents now have flfteen polnts and the Invinclbles fourteen. Joe Unmussig Jumped six feet flve inches in the spring board htfih-Jump. On Friday nlght thesa teams wlll compete lu Indoor baseball, vol-* leyball and relay. Amella, 5s Mnnboro, ?!. The Amella courthouse team defeated thc strong Mnnboro team ln a fast and Interesting game by the scoro of 5 to 4. Tlie features of the game were tho battlng and fleldlng of Hundley for Amella. and Hardy for Mnnboro. Both pltchers dld good work, Grlgg havlng the better of the situation. Llne-up: Amella?Hundley, left fleld; Wood, thlrd huse; Glhson, catcher; Harvle, right field; Storm. second base; Tenor. centre fleld: Potts, shortstop; Meade. first base: Grlgg, pltchor. Mnnboro?Hito, catcher; Coleman. pltcher; Blanton. second base; Hardy, shortstop; Allan, thlrd base; Johnson, right fleld; Coleman, first base; Jones, ec'ntre field; Rogers, left field. Struck out?by Grlgg. 14; by Cole? man. 11. Baso on balls?off Grlgg, 3; off Coleman, 3. 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