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tofd ndvnneed to noeond on n wlld piirii. Col h i'. ,n aiife v. hon Chaneo dropped llrown. throw nf Cobb'a iMIhi Crnwrord Inklng third. Roaaman ??-, ,i over second, acorlng Crawford. Oobh wi nl to third nnd ii.. n at orod n Hofman'.-- throw wcnl wlld. om. Bvom to Chance. Downa flied tc Hofman. Two runs. Cnha Tnlly Tlve Tlii.t**. Ninth Innlng?Rosarrmn retlred JUvers, onasslstcd, on a grounder. Schulte ) it --,i fi ly on i ln- ground t" i I'Leai :?, Chanei singled over aacond. Btoln fii.lt singled over llilrd. Basca now fiib d. Hofman hit aafely to Ii i'i. aco Ing Schulte and Chance. Tlnkor biintod i pafely ln front of tho plate, Schmidt | ? falllng dov n and Stelnfi '<H acored. , t Hofman nnd Tinker worked _ double eteal. icnng slngldd to centre, aoor-!| ing Hofman and Tlnker. BroWn s&i>rl? I i i,i niea io trawzora. ,.?,,-. , t Jones hnttrd for St.iera and atruckl] ii) Mclntyi ilki d, Thomas hatted ] 'i >i- O'Leary, sin'.iing to left. v7lntor|e in for 1 ho . i Ci iwford flied to '? ,\ ???>. Mi Ini; i- i ikil B third. Cobb ?a out. Brown to Chance. No runs. Both teatna lefi for Chlcago to-nlght l>?*troit. r AB. K. II. O. A. K. e, lf. :i l 2 a 0 i "Leniy, 88. -1 0 l 1 3 0 , - rd cl. 4 1 0 4*0 01J . f.I 2 2 0 ii Ol1 I i.-i. lb. I 1 2 12 0 ?! ' . ;; 0 0 1 2 1 r lt. C. 1 II 0 ?! 1 01 1 2b. -I 1 1 2 -1 1 niliun, p. 0 0 0 n 1 (i * ummera, p. 3 0 1 0 E 0 ia . 1 0 1 0 'I 0 . ?Jones . 0 0 t) 0 n "i". ?? Winter . v 0 o u o o ?* Totals.3G 6 10 27 16 '' Chlcago, piayi ? :. AB. R II. 0. A. B. ; . : lf. 0 1 3 1 1 0 Evers 2b. 11 2 2 2 0 . tne rf. 12 2 1"" ce, lb. 4 2 1 12 0 1 Bt. Infeldt, 3b.3 2 2 0 0.) Hofman, cf. 4 114 10 Tinker. aa. 5 1 2 0 4 (I Kllng c. ?'* 0 1 7 1 " Reulbach, p. 4 0 0 0 i 0 Br< ? 1-. :,-, i _ - _". r_i_ !_ nlnth. ??Ran for Thomaa In the nlnth. ???Batted for O'Leary ln tha ninth. Bcore by in lnnlnga; !?? Detrc ?.i 00000320? B Chicago .0 04 00 0 10 8-10 Summary?Hits?off Kllllan, ? ln - - ,:,:: ofl Sunvmers, 9 in C 3-3 I Ri achb, 8 In fi 2-3 ln ? , . f 11-,. rall tiono ln 1-3 Innlng; aff Brown ? ln " lnnlnga. Two-baae hlti -Down-. Sheekard (2). Sacrlflce '. .!__?. Rrown stoien baaetl Hofman, Tlnker , balls -off Kllllan, ofl Overall, li otf .'. ., by Overall, 1 ?? trolt, 1; ?Mclnt. re, C .3). I _>? off 6'utnme Brown, l. H' 1. First baa Chicago, 2. I ii ,.n bases- 1 "etrolt, 1! ,', 1 || oul by K llllan, 1; : by Reulbach, 5- by V pltch .wri. 1. At Tlme- 2.1". 1. mplres DEEP RUN SHOOTfNG CLUB _sl team raca between Ruth erloord, _ohn_n and Psrker. comprleln. t.0 1 team. ai.d I__.WI.nca, Xlgnor and , .'?.l.ma** team No 5. Ruther.rd broke :?. Lohman. 12; Parker, !2: total 65. _aw-I 1-. 24; Ti-11 t. -..; Coleman. IS; lolul in faced tbe m.i.l- the pb iK.uini: 1t> ti for day tho Btato cup, emble lan team champlonship, will the wlnnlng u-im of th. Club who nave won thla ;..* ing 1 up donated t>y th< ? ? 1 re* nti -i >?? tha winner, Inti re.tlns ? .n, nnd it ?i] the mVmbera of tho ?hi b_ in HtteiHluncc. Tl.v .-i p.a*.h( 75 '100 60 81. I.thman Ltehtensteln l'i-yteii . . . ri . I_n.aye.te Tlgers, tlNCBTON, N. .1 . October 10.? JN'elther Prlnceton nor Lafayotte was able to rc ire In their annual football game to-day. lt waa the flrst time ln Lafayette'a htatory that. sho )ms prevented Prlnceton from Bcorlng; und ln celebration of tlie occurrence, a ?number of Lafayette'a playora pounced upon Waller, Prlnceton'a left guard, ?who waa actlng oaptaln In the absonco of Eddlo Dlllon. in an effort to obtaln possesslon of the ball. A fight onaued tiiat w.is aoon queliet] by tralners and coaches. Wlth Captaln liilion. the yuarterback, unable to play on account of lnjurles. and wlth Bevi n other men on the slck li.t. to-day'a tie'scon wai not altogethi i- uni ? pci ? d. Prlm eton had several chances to score ln the necond half Lafayette clearly out ? played Brinceton ln tho flrst lmlf. Iei.ee nny ti Cheitnuta Park yea iba chat ??^-."wKg. Our Great Mail-Order^ Department is Ready to m Serve You With All the P Delicacies ^p\ o f t h e W Season. W^^spmr^XM Orders of $5 <>^'~(p?.>M More, arid especially ' '* .fei"|^ invite Ou t-of-Towni<^%J Orders. %i M Write for the ^. Schmidt ?'tffk Qyattefly* HERMANN .^SCHMIDT, Imported and Domestic w Groceries, V/ines, Liquors, S 504-508 IL. Broad St., J% anL. I -ichmemd, Va. /^3?s_ s -SIDNEY OWEIOIDE /. M. I. Runs Up Big Score on Lightcr Team in Short Halves. [Bnoolttl to TlK" Tlnior-Dlspntrb.l LEXINGTON. VA.. Ootober 10,?vlr Inls Milltary Inatltuto Cadotfl caelly .-;,.,!..! Ilamiid .1-t.dnoy Collcgu this ?l.i ii.,..ii OH the fortnci's piirade l oundB, 10 to 0. it ralned b.fore rthd during the amc, and the ball was Blippory. nnd imhbs frerinciitly resultod. Tlie l.l.ts' goal wns never In danger, ntnl leir whole team played hard, taat nll, carrylng opponents off thelr fet t. hree rninufea arter the collogo ?lc_ i ,,ir Pnttt.on made n touohdown, and ICLenn s,.on followed Wlth another, V. M, I. scored 28 in flrst half nnd I in seoond. MoMIIlan's run through ie ricld elghty yards for a totich own on a kickoff was tho special other cadeta who played great game .-re McLean, Pattlaou and Clemmer; ir the college, _"-_g.r, Beruler, Huiul ?y and Sniith. played will. ln Bplte i' thn w.t weather a largo crowd wit esaed the game, many ladies belng r< s.-ut. Llne-up: I'.ul. ts. Posltlon. College. oague, T.left end.Smlth i Captaln) lexandor.left tneklc.Orahara li-tr-n.left guard.Howden (Polk, Howney) (Captaln) eshiolls.centre .Moara (I'oiiBiie, II.) lemmer,.. .rlght fruard.Hundley (BrookB, Rowe, Caldwell) attlson.right tncklo... .Buchanan (Osbtirn) ott.right end....Foioy (Young, Tallaferro) (Valentlne) cMillan.quarter back.iiernier < Klngaolvlng i avant.left half.Bowers (Caffery i ortor.rlght half.Blanton (Jenklns) oLean.iuii back.Yeager (Ferebeo) Touchdowns?Pattlson (_i, McLean !), Porter (ii, McMltlan (1), Alexan r iii. QoalB?McLean (.)', Ferehee 11. i'nipire. Captaln Mecredy. Ref -ce, Captaln Doyle. Head llnesman, ;-. Lalrd, v. M. l- Llnesmen, ca.iot ouiiK and Mr. I- 'lt/...<-nild. Cnlleg . Imekeepera, Captaln Ragland, W. l. ., and Mr. Blshof, College. Time of alvea, -0 nnd 15 mlnutes. PUGILISTIC POIiMTERS BY JE.F THOMi'SON. NEW YORK. Ootober 10.?These bIx r.tind l.outu certainly seem to be a case ol uaining at a gnat and awallowlng a camel. r lt ts not a violation of tho law tor t-.v.) ien to flght for a puraa for eighteen mln tea, who. It ls praotlcally Iniposslble for n utlsfactory dect.lnn to be reached, lf the ,cti are at all evenly mateh.-l, and when tle referee is forbldden to Kivn a declslon, bv should lt bo unlawful l.>r tlie same ?pi mon to rtglu f'.r th.- same purae uiuii no nf Ihein wns benten, or why Bhould it f :-. violation of Uw for the referee io say ihlch ,.f them ind tlio best bt It? Bt ? ol tho recent bout bo -.-.. . n Leach Cross nnd Wlilio Fltzgerald .-,. : f;,\v Croaa won tbe bout hands cwn; another says lf the East Hlder li_l fouled tho Bghtlng Harp nrly lu Ibi game he wouid have won handi - wn. An ? ? : - autli - Itj ii ..f the opln ? i. thal . iii.p had the beat ol the i - : the foula, and n. >?-. Now v e ende. ni the rlng instc ili.ing, unaatlafactory s I see, l>y the way, lhat Joe Gana wnul ke to box Battllng Nelaon slx ruumis li hlladelphla or New Vork. Uiuis know. The li, L-lia.-n n - ? to work deilberatel. to wear his moj ?wn nnd beat him by degreee, But Net i. isn't b ahowj fighter. He's a plugger . it were to nghi Oana a ate-round acrap i ,1 lako desperate choncea with that tttle ,u,s wouid know Ihni ha stood ln no i!an ?i .-i belng knocked out by Nelaon iu si; ?unda. H( wcruldn't fear to cm looae him ? i. because slx rounde wouldn't weakei un. He"d atmply sall int., tho Dane an, ..- furloualy t., beat hla head otl as quicKl i he cuuid. Flghtlng like that Qans ralgh oaslbly beat Nelaon ilun u for il,u tc, ll ls sato then for lo assumo thnt Nel in, who hay a good doul <>r bard. com ioi aense In thal sh&ggy head of his, w,i .,?..- Haa.--.- dealn tor a slx-round bout un .tisiied. The uane la not one lo under .k, a Job when he hns all to lose and iu i ..i nothlng to guln. The prlae rlng aports aro beglnnlng t, il. abbui thu coralng Burns-Johnaon flgh , Auotralla- Tho best oplnlon 16 tha uins wlll add tho scalp oi the l,lg blael . hla belt'when the battte la over. Th a.,i,.n expressed by Jim Joffrtes about size -. lhe Judgment ol thu Eastern aporta effrlei says: -'I thlnk that li wlll l.o teat flght. and I look to Buiiia boing re ui.ed tha winner. llo la i? clover, to irtng and too courngeous for the blac dlow. Burns is nettar thon ho is irn, rodlt for beiag." Charlcy Whlte, tlie popular referee of thi Icinlty, who has beon the third man i b" rlng ln moro haitles than any othe Bferee ln the Easi, has been aelccted i itoreo tha mittdlewelghl ahaariplonsblp bat le between Billy Papke and Hugo Kollj ho Itailon mtddlewlght, which is t,, _ eolded at the Mllwaukee Boxlrtg Club ,, ictober 16th. All the promlnent referee -. r- named for tho job, fciit when White ma wa mi ntloned the maji-gera of boi ,eii promptly accepted him. Jlmray Britt. the clover California llBhi ,ii_iit, who hns beon ln England for a ie ig tli. B l.-tier to a friend ln thls clty, Jimm sai'a that ho has been matched to me, loh_ny Summera, an EnellsH llghtwetcfh foi un rounda ot a boxlnc ahow to , brought oir at WonderJand on Novonib, . l. They wlll baitlo tor a purae ul ?>', 00 i : whlch ihe winner wlll get S8.160 and'ti loaer _.-'...'. "J think lhe.o aro mlll a f_ nv re good flghta ln me," wrltea Britt, "ai on ti.ai account 1 tliink l wlll beat Sun mera declalvoly." iirttt win aurely havo llghl nis licat ln order to beat Suramei a.-; Iho latter fouglil some goud flghta wh iei was ln thla country. _oe Humphreys, who was manager Terrj McQovern when Terry was ln ti ;-. htlng buslneaa, ia_ night recelved i "???' in.i,, a. tlght proniotor of Baltimo foi McQovern to meet aome good nBb weight li, a illloen-roimd b.nii ln that i-l next month, and onterlng nuhtphroys ?l,a with ii piiMl.-go of 10 per cent. of tlio r cipts for MoQoyern'a ond. lluinpliroya d cllnad the offer, saying tbat MoQove tttuid never tigiit agaln, robertson ywsa WII'H LOt'OMOBU PHILADBLPHIA, VA., Octobor 10. Aftei four cars had fjrilshed ln t -?"..-mile auio racu to-day over i j elght-fnlle courso ln Falrmount Pa , the race waa declared at an end. t j winner of the raco wae George Robei ! son in a locoinoblle, who flnlshed mo - than twi.iv.- mlnutea ahead of t | second car. The flr?l four cars rusli over the line bb IoUowb; ?qcomobllo, Qoorge Robertso Aome, Patchke, -l:14:f ; Loisler, Mulford, -i.ir.ju; Peerle _l .-.,--i er. 4:-i;_8. There we_s a number of rnlpor ac. ? ? nis. bul uo .-.-iious onea during t race, whlch was wltneasad i,y Q Kl-, i ciowd. Robertson is thu dnver who won t i ::i-iiiuir r:\rc at Bi'lghton Beaoh in t i sunpiex car. When I,*, crossed I line a ivlnnor to-,tltiy at tlie und of i j uventy-fifth Up he was lou.tly. oheoi ? and great exelleinent j.r, vall.-d. Mt*l J RoyhuiU wa_ tiiuju ta .iu.s.uL him w. .L_.i__t ij.ni i .a i r^"7-Z-.:.__^>T37?^ Tho oW Clothea .tan la around; sell hlm your outflt und let us outllt you ln llno Btyle for tlie comlng aeason. our clothes and Toggery you'll bc proud to wcur, nnd our prlcea won't hurt a 1)11. You'll bo surprlsrd to lenrn what a styllali, well-tallopfid Httlt or Ralncoat f 10, $15 or |20 will buy. Ilottcr than you think. we'll \vii/.or. Our Hats nnd Toggery prices aru aa reasonable as our Clothea prices. -__> THE' CLOTH1ERS, 412 E. Broad Street, Richm_n_,Va. the cup hc had won, and Mrs. Itcyhurn throw the victor a bouqUOt. There were a number of break downs during tho race, but ltnbortsnn kept plugglng along and woro them all down. The Thomas car wns dolng flnely untll lt brvke down, and then tlie Ap person' .lack Rahblt, put up a great battle. But near the end tho engine of that machine had trouble, and then the locomoblla went to the front nnd Increased tts lend untll tlie dnlsh, when it waa moro than a lnp ahead of tlie Becond car, Tlie most aertoui accldent of tho day happened on the second lnp, when ln making a sharp turn the Lozier, Xo 1... turned tui'tlo. The car was be Ing driven hy MIcheher. He was i*.-:irif<i under the machine nttd had a miracuious escape. Ho austolned only a few bruiaea and cuts. The mechanlc was sent flylnK acrosa tha road. and he, too, wns only a little acared and brulsed. Robertson ln winning the raco made tho averagfl tlme ot 9:42 for the la_ Of eight mlles and tlie fustest lap was in 8:23, WITH THE BOWLERS On tlu- Lake Alleya Tuesday night Mr. Kunkland lead tlie howlers, and on Thursday night Mr. Davls won th. prlae. followlng ara tht scores: Tuesday nlgnt: Kunkland .-10. Drewry .104 Beli.10. Kunkland .102 Brown .10b Whlte . 98 Pei kli (.-??nnors Hall . Vaden _ Thursday night*. Davia . . DO . SO . 8? .112 Beck .109 Vaden .105 Perkltift .10. Coulter .101 i. Kunkland . 98 lt. Kunkland. 95 Davenport .!)3 Ilorrltacra wiu. Tho Rlchmond Howitzers had a gamo heduled wlth frr.derick_.tir_ Col? lege for yesterday at 11:58 A. M.; tha I Fredorlckaburg manager called up I Unlon Statlon and asked the agont to tell the Howitzers not to come. The north.'ound traln left at 12:01 and the mesaaga was not recelved tintii tho traln was pulllng out. AVhin the Howltzer eleven arrived ln Frodericksburg tho manager of thoii team refused to play the game or pay the guarantee, Under tho rules thr> game ls forfeltec to the Howitzers, 1 to t>. TIkit.. Tie Unrlon Hclghta. in iv. stu_.orn.ly conteated game f|f football at Byrd "Park yentriduy the Rarton Heights team played the Tigers a tie, 0-0. The contc-st was waged on -1 T_n1 fl.-l.l ?nrt ?_??. rm,\3l? ??IVVi r,,,v,_ THE PHILLIES' NEW SLABIST ._.-?.:\-y"m~,^ M /: k "_?>?** X; COVA l.ESKI, lhe hlsr sotlthpaw from Lnnrnater, Vthb Mlll become n mtnr In lhe hl?r lrnjruc. POINTS IN BREEDING Vitality and Individuality the Keynotes of, Success ii Raising Animals. BY JOHV H. CHAFPIN. After twenty year.' expen ence ln breedlng hundreds of horses, dogs, hogs and cattle, I have often yvondered nt tho difference between brothers and flsters. nnd also the great difference In ihe oftaprlng of a horse ol viinlity and tlie nfCspring of a b-tt'-i '?? d gr--.-l horso whose vltality has been sapped to the utttrmost, but who .pparently waa stlll a good lndlvldual. I know nothing in nature. that better explalnS tlus condltion than the apparently aound graln that has been overheated If aown, as It often ls, this graln pro duces a weakly, slckly plant that ylelda a poor crop. . . ;? Ity is tho founuation of success In breedlng all klnda of animals. It is the pedlgrei of au< cess; wanl Of ot i pedlgree of ialiure. tine of the of nature la ihut like produ ? .- llko. You surely renp what you aow. When you have a iong line oi weak constttu tions to draw from, no matter how rich the blood lin.s, you will surelj jfea'p what you sow. You will get long pedlgreea and weak constltutlons, nnd one liuiidred weeds to ono stulk ol graln. Animals o? .tiiis character rer^ulre i tratni d nurae through life, and a pedtj gree expert to talk about their bn-ed ing and oxplallt why they should b( great producers. Every farmer, if he will only utillz< the materlal nature has given hlm. cai breed the best stock. Always. com mence wl... ia.-*ck of good vltality ant conforraatlon. Th" rootfl of a treo an Its vltality; tho trunk its conforinntIon | Stoca of thla kind wlthstand dlaease aaalmilate ordlnary food, do nol n. to be nursi-d, grow Int*? useful ani serviceable anlmala, nnd, above all are prolilic breeders of stock llki themselves. Here ls t(ie secret o breedlng, and always havlng gooi aock, never sell the best pro ducers, and remember that vltality ant coi'stitution have always been the bea pedlgree. The hl.tory of broedlni shows that always whenever animals no matter liow rich tlieir podlgroos have for generations deteriorated ii vltality and conStltution, their ofl Sprlng become weeds, and lnstead o bptner useful lo I... human fatnilv. tlie: No farmer can alloril to nrnoci an; _ft.-t-,bi.,n..n.-i..i ,,._, _._._.'-^_;f ??>.jf'.'i*j^j|fi''_,,.'w-_,i-?>iii-.r V 110. M..N-, , Ohc ot .?? stu.a who bulpcd, tho Cuba fiuUli ou tUc ludd..'? to_ i"un_. , .- .. to : .- .-,. and tm i b, propeny n, v.-r fall to pp.du.ce the Bfth. I ii .? are BunBlilrie, fresh air, pure water and .xercise. Theae, comblned wlth. food, prodUCe vitallty. The way to prodtu-e vitallty nnd to keep it ls to follow nature'a lawa aml always u> mlx Btinahlne. fresh ? air. pure water, and never to omit WITH THE BIG LEAGUERS Amerlcan l.engue N?r?. Manager Mc.Vleer'a 'Jlndednlte suspenslon" ... ..f tha tvhiio Sox. _ 10 iron Man." i.- ls made bt steel. ., left-hander, Uatty Mclntyre haa ::,.. beat throwtng artus ln tlie coun f:e.,rce Davls, Of the Whlte Sox. on Sep-: enr-ber 29th sccepted sleyen chancop wlthout The only llilnj; Harry Nllea has dono -lt ee Jolnlng Boston hus been tu warm tlie ...i.i-h. Th? Ur.uidway Y. M. C. A.. of Cieveland, has nreseni.-.t Etmer Fllck wlth a gold stick ?ln. Wlth Crlgar dolng- the oatchlng. Cy Yoiinic Is _"> par cent. more cfTcctlv.. Tho veteran l"- ::-..' '.,f Bt. LOUfS. and At'., of Chlcafi ,,, ,),?? only iw" iiebrew players in tlio AieeM.-an _sagU_, Jake Btahl ls looking forward to the nn nu.il hontlng trlp wlth I'resident Johnaon Seen mi ? ROger.. Behweltser, of 8t. I.'mla. ls one of ihe few I'lioi.i I. |.ai> .:r w ho mado good ln tho ma j..... at the Jump. Although lli.be Frtirls Is lons on strlke outs. he haa >?? ?????? the best plnoh liltter c-f Mayoi Joyner, bi Atlanta. haa already be sp ;% n some of Boston's suporfiuous pluy ers tor next yur's Atiniita team. Nothliit; ni" lost about Ohlo. It wnnta to name tha naixt Prealdent and iho next Manager Joe Cantlllon is now satlsfied thal Waahlngton gol even wlth Cieveland i for havlng Delehanty made a mark of. Pal Donohue, ii.-- Bed Sox cutcber, nendai ,i...| [o announce tbat be ls a broiher t , "Jlggs." I!.- looka Ibo part. Players-lalm lhat tln-great speed of Wal? ter Johnaoh, WashliiKton's (-rent idtcher. ls du? to hls oxtriiordliinrlly long: urnia. The cold weather last wo.-k caused qulte a drop in the attendance, purlleulurly In tbe East, whero no club wns tn tlie race. President Taylor, of Boston, says he haa mado no offer of purcha.0 or trndo for Hul ,'basu. and doea not want tbat unruly) playcr. In tbe ChI.a_o-New York camo of Sep? tember 24tli not a chnnco was offored to the Whlte Box outileldera off WuIbIi'h miu terly pitehlng. Arellaues pitehed hls Inst game of tiie season for B-aton September .7th. Ho' Mtertt-d for his bome i" San Jose, Ca!., Monday night. Pltcher Koy Pnrklns, draftod by New York from Btnghamton, went to hla homo at lluroii, H. IJ., rather than etiauce a fall try-: oul Kpeaker, of Boatop; Goode. of Cieveland; Bwelt-or and Criss, of St, I.ouls, are re rcanlod ns tho "finris" of tho seaaon iu tho Amerlcan League. Walter _orie,r_ah, a member of a Boston newspaper baseball team ll'.o last aunimer, hus atgned ta play wlth tlio New York team, nexi season. The Washlngton Club, It ia authorltatlvo i'y stated, wlll endeavor to arrange a trndo of Flrat Basoman Freeman and Pltcher Bui-ns for Outlnw Ral Cliaso. Big- Ed. Walsh can have anythlng in Chicago from the atock yarda to tlio lake, ft, nt. Tho fans tell lilm to do und ho doea lt. "Sltoot "em in, Eddle." is tho cry. No uan talking-; Waddell haa kept tho Brc-wna ln tho race, at least, thls season? un,-, (bereby amply repntd the St. Louls Club for hla purohase prlco und salary. Catcher Ostdlclt, of tlio Bostons, wlll bo one _of tho refreea in thu Now England ltuller Polo Loasuo thls winter. Ho bad some some oxperi-iice In tlie West laat win? ter Aguinat New York, Soptembor .8th, Crlsa, McAleer's demon butaman, mado a trlpla and two sliigle. In tlireo .tlmos up. He also utolo a LiiiHi. nnd madu an as.lst, President Johnaon on September 29th in d. tlntlely susponded Manager Blborfeld. of Now York, lor a row wlth Umplre O'_,ough llu at St. Louls, on Septembor 26th. BASKET-BALL AT U. VA. [Special to Thn Tlmes-Dlspatch.] -HAIH.OTTHi-A'll.U.;, VA., Octobor io.?Accordlng to tho plaps mapped out la.l HprliiK by Mr. II. II. Lannigun, Hs.soclnti! dtr.f>-_6r of athletic., basket lutil - praotlQ- waa begun this wook ut tlu. Universlty of Vlrginla. lt ia tho ln tention of the athiotie management to take up thu Kuino in oarfteat thi- ~cs aloti nnd give to tlio sport somothing of tho samo attention tfiat ls acvorded that branch of ath.etlos ln tiie larger -bllegea ot tho BaBt, ?' ? a number af gmnoa win bo playea thlH fall Wlth the pi.pn.ratory schoolw of tliin Mcction. Thcn comoa a sphadule for tlio winter und early -prln_ iiiu-WJ tho college.s of Vlrginla, who wlll be iisked to -P-.peri.te in formlng a league each instltution to play two Biuuc.'wUli tho othor. U'lusee. wlth tho Fellheimer's Specials for Monday in the Children's Department. Boys* Btiltn, nlcely made up, all ahaden, 93.00. value, ?3.50. 81-6. (1 to 17. Fino Dlonmor Pants Hults, mado up ln browns, grnya and mnny Other shades; spo cial prlco, 98.S0.to $7.r?0| value, $5.00 to $10.00. tjizes 6 to 17, vTho best nvor?a Suit wlth two palrs of Pants, bloomnr nnd stralf.ht, in all ahatlos; prlce, 9_.o?s value, Jfi.oo. Bluo Ser_f* Kuita, mndo up of a llno 10 ounco Sorgo, bloomer pants, In il_6_ from 8 to l.j -pB.lal Bficcrt' from 9_.n0 to 97...0, rcgular value, $r,.o0 to J10.00, A large nssortment of Reefera j_o_r chll? dren from 2 to 12 yeara, In reda, tana, blue,' ahepherd plalda or eoveft cloth, from i?:i...o to 90.00. 9 **??? -_** . Third and Broad. SWED1SH EXPLORER OF TIBET |CP *???*"? lv-_'*'?**y.*"*"'*^^ fA 1 f ? ??-f.-it'i^y. V . -W'.-.*}.?f'S.-' ? -* ' '?- - ?.?. ' .?K___**T '.?..??_?.-.?'-' - *&* > ' ? , * ??-.-. I Olt. SVK X lll.piX, Wlio haa just cohipletcd bla 1,000-mili* journey of explormtlon lu Tibci, whlch im . liiNicd for t?o yeara. outslde games mlxed in, will make a long aenson'8 work and will do a great deal towards rt.veloplng a fast, heady team nnd arouslng more interest ln the sport of Virginia and ln tlte dlf ferent collcges throughout the. State, The captaln of this year'f. qulnt is Percy It. Ashby, of Hampton, Va., who played left guard on last sessloirs flve, Ashby is an exceedingly fast man, witli a record ot 10 1-5 seconds in lhe hun dred-yard dash. Other roeraqets of last year's team bad** in college are: May, right guard, and Cochrune and Hall, forwards, and tho followlng substl tutes; Shanhon, Neff. Wllson and the two YVllllamsea. Two stars of last year's quint.it win bo cohsplououe hy their absenc. thla session. These aro W. L. Gloun, of New Vork Clty, captaln and malri titay of lasf year's flve, and _cott, who put up such a credltahle game at cen? tre Tlie former hns onterod Columbla University to flnish his law course and tho latter has mutrieulated at the Uni? versity of Texas. Of the new men who have reported to date, tho most promlsing is Harding. who haa had slx years' experlence in tho gamo in tho high schools _nd Young Men's Chrlstlan As&oclatlons of Colorado. He plnys at centre aml ls about slx feet two Inches in helght. He will prove ono of the "finds. of tho year. Another fast man ls Whltmoro. of Washington, D. C. Ceoil, a tackle on tho varslty foot? ball team, will Joln tho squad at tho close of the football season. Practlce will he held rcgularly threo tlmes a week?Monday, Wednesday and Friday aftornoons?from now on. Mr. E. D. Catneron. Jr., of Rlchmond, has nearly completed liis *fchodule. Not to count tho contests wlth tho "prep schools thls fall, tho season propcr will open January 10th wlth Wllllam und Mary, ln Willlauwhurg. Then follow games with tho Rlchmond Young Men's Chrlstlan Association. Washington and Lee, Ocorgo Washington, Goorgetown, Washington and Lee, Georgo Washing? ton, tho Navy, and Vandorbllt, in the order named, tho season closlng wlth a sc-oiid K.ime wlth Georsetown in Wash Ington. SPORTING QUERIES Query: In your Issue of lasi Bunday waa on 11 - ni tn regard to record made by Donovan aa to atrlko-outa In a gamo h..' had pitehed. In game be? tween the Chicago Amerlcans and tha Washington team, ln Washlngton, Au< gust 17th, Walsh, of the Qhicago tean, went even bottor than the record shown by Donovan. Walsh relleved Doc. While in the fourtli inning; ln tho flfth he Btruok out tho flrst three m. up; in the slxth inning he struck out nll three men, pitehlng bul three ballsj t.ch. Thls aeethfl t., pul tlie record in Walsh'fi favor. Youra truly, W, P. LIPSCOJ_S. Answor: Tho peculiar thlng about Donovati's work. and what made lt a r.-e.ord, was nol tho faet that he Btrucki out tlri-ee i.e-ii wlth ten balls. That has i>eeii do.no boforo. But that he struck them out wlth only one of ihe ten balls thrown ln struck at, all the otber_ belng called strlkes. Thls la the remarkable thlng aboat hla record. A Setimck Quory, Sportinir Edltor of Tlmes-Diapatch: To sottle ii dlspu.te, wiil you kindly answer this q.uestibn in your Thtira day p&porl In playing aetbtick, can a person trump a trtck when he can fol low ,ult? ? J. S. ,TON'!-:S. Answer?lu boU___ one can either trump1 or follor,- "?>uit. Vvts i>_Vat Fulton Juiilors. Pforco's y_hlmbora_o Pets defeated tha Fulton Juijiiors yesterday afternoon 10 to 0. Both te.ms played well, Nelthor slde nverugeiV over 13. pounda. I.01.C- llne <i_ Slde. [Spoclal io The Tlmes-Dlspatch,] GOBpONSVI___B, VA., October 10,?< Mrs. Cfordon Mlohie, who ut flrat wa_ belolv.d to ho puralyzed upon one slde, ls fnijtnd to be ho afflicted by rheu inatis.vn as to have lost tho uso of the side. , Her condition remnlns crltlcal. is better this season than ever. Our Ammunition is the bes'p. . Winchester U.M.C. "No Misfires." j l ' 131-1 ' 9 \E. Main Street Fine Repair Work a Spectjalty. Phone 4036.