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ATJAMAICA OPENING Fountain Blue Wins Feature of an Ordinary Card From Cressina in Driving Finish?Other Winners, Strike f Out, Sanguine, Merry Gift, Ardri and Waponica. JAMAICA, 1* 1? October 27.?The fall raco meeting began at thn Jnmalca track to-day witli a small Attendance and an ordinary card, Tho feature event v/ns tiie handlcap ot slx fur long>, Pounialn Blue won in a hard drlve bv ii length from Cressina, with QUtittlOn M.'irk thlrd. Flrst race, two-year-olda, selling. five furlonga?-Strlke oui, flrat; Oberl, Beeond) Bententloua, thlrd, Tlme, itOl, .Second rnce, tlireo-year-oldK aud up, Henlng, rnlle and a nlxtoenth?,San fulne, flrst: Nlmbus, aecond; Okonito, hlni. Tlme, 1:48 2-5. HlfMERS MTIHTEn I Fi GROUNDS Good Bunch of Fast Ones Will Keep in Training Through Winter Months. There aro two strlngs of good horses wlnterlng out at tl.- State Falr Gr*ftunds; one bunch is kept in tralning under the dlrection of Aiox McDanlel, Whlle the other li watched over by Frank Allen. Alex McDanlel Is trainer for Clyd" VT. Saunders, of thls city. and tho following horses are undor his su toervialon: Wayald?, Westover, Missouri geilo and Undeterred. Westover, who ran ln the Btate Falr meet. held here ??arly ln October, landlng ono thlrd and two fourths. waa then owned by Mrs. Bradley. Mr. Bftltntftra han the brown _son of Aloha and Florenn Hubbard en? tered In aome of tbe races at Plmlico, _and tho brown geldlng ls now In Baltl? more. Wayslde ls also at Plmlico, and \h entered ln some of the flat events. Thla leaves only two horses under Mc DanUl'a chargo at Flligrave-Caroona Undeterred, the bay Flligrave?Caroona "fllly. and Missouri Belle, a chestnut y irilng, which is entered ln tho Plm? lico spring meet. Frank Allen ls schooltng a likely looking lot of hunters and Bteaple chasers over the Jumps daily. Hls atring Inoludea Davld Dunlop's brown fi-ldlnx .!< ? -Kwood. a tbree-year-old, by Ivphen, dam Keep Stlll; Young Blitzen, J. I* and A. Oarthrlnhfs chestnut geld? lng, who atarted ln two of the State Falr Bteoplechaaea, wlnninj- both. The Blltzen-Faustina hurdler, ls a good ono and an a four-year-old has a brllllnnt future ahead of him. Other promlalng Jumpers are XV. M. Parrl?h, Jr.'s. That's All, a sorrel geldlng by Fatherlaix: E. t>. Hutzier's. Collateral; J. T. Temple'a blg chestnut geldlng Good Frlar and Llnepee, a four-year-old by Goldheels, nut of Agnes Morency. BflSKETBfiLL Fi LOBTH CftROUU Students at University Form As? sociation and Secure Grounds for Playing the Game. [Special to The T!m-_-DIspatch.) ' CHAPF.I. HILL, N.C.. October 27.?The Mme Is not far dlstant when Carolina wlll bo ready for intercolleglate bas jtetball. Tho students have at laat reallzed the need of other forms of ath? letlcs than football, baseball. track and tennis, and a? a result of this realiza tion they have organlzed a basketball association. At present the aasoclatlon has thlrty-four momhers, and btudenta nre jolning every day. Efforts were made to secure Memorial Hall for a basketball court, but opposltlon on the part of tho trusteea of tho univer Blty mado the students aeek another place. Dr. Venable has glven the as? sociation tho prlvllege of the old ten? nis court behlnd the gymnaslum, and Work has already been started on the baskctball ground. 115 READY 11! CONTEST Eleven Is in Good Condition Af? ter Saturday's Gruelling Game With Pennsylvania. Tho Carllsle Indlan football eleven Jimbered up ln great shape at Mon? day evening's practice, the flrst after the fierce struggle with Pennsylvania on Saturday, and the redsklnned war rior3 now have thelr faces turned to? ward the Navy game on Saturday, Which will probably be one of tho most stlrring contests to be seen in the country this year. None of thc Indlans' injuries in the Pennsylvania game were serious, although numerous. Centre Barrel sprained an ankle, Afraid-of-a-Bear sot back hln injurod leg, Little Boy had nn eye closed, and Gardner had his neck badly twisted when lie made hla costly fumhle. Coach Warner .-sald that, considering tho strong feeling ihat exlsted beforo tho Pennsylvanla Indlan game, he considered it most crcditablo to both teams that thero was not tho suggestlon of rough play at Phlladelphla. Warner compllmented Pennsylvania's eleven hlghly, and sald that Iho Quakers played better and showed better form than thoy have for . ueveral years. "*" BOTBALL RESULTS At '('. iuittanooga: Central Universlty oi Kentucky, 38;' Universlty of C^iatta a'ooga, o.k I?-Ak.BS AUL METALS L-OOf*- LIKE new AT LEADING DEALEKS ACCEPT TCO SUBSTITUTE Paul N.Frledlaender 3 PECKSUP, IIE.WYORK. Third race, qialden two-year-oldi?, five furlongs?Merry Olft, first; May Illvnr, hccoihI; lloffinun, third. Tlmo, 1:01 3-8, Fourth raco, handlcap, all ages, six furlongs?Fountnln Blue, llrst; Cres Mina, seoondj Question Mark, third. Time, 1:13 4-B. Flfth raco, three-year-olds, selllng, mlle nnd a slxtoonth?Ardrl, first; Raquet, second; Norbltt, tlilrd. Tlme, 1U8 -1-5. ?Slxth rnce, two-year-olds, flve and a half furlongs?Wnponlca, flrst; Sen lentlous, second; Bird of Fllght, third. Tlme, 1:07 4-5._ TECH EtEVEH IS II HI SCHEDULE Washington and Lee, Carolina, the Navy and A. and M. to Be Reckoned With. (Bpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) BLACKSBURG, VA., October 27.?Un? der date of Octfiber 10th, a writer in tho New York sportlng papers hud thls to say of the football season: "An analysis of the ploy so far convlnces me that of tho Eastern big five, Prlnce? ton has tho likellest lot of players. There is a weakness in tho kicklng de portment, but when thls ls overcome in the noxt fow days I look to seo the men of Nassau the hardest team to beat In tho East. ? ? On the whole, Prlnceton looks best to me." Ono week later V. P. I. went to Prlnceton, and aftor a two days' rall? road trip, and wlth tho mercury at 30, scored on Prlncoton and wore only beaten by six points. Tha Vlrginlans had only threo substltutcs with tlierti, snd played the game wlth twelve men. The Tigers had twenty-seven men ln the game, and theso wero exhatistcd from the heat ajid the surprlsing light the .Southerners put up. The prlnceton captain said frankly nt tho end of the game: "Vou gave us the scare of our live-, and the blggest surprlse." Thls Is an old story now, but it brlngs out Olice more th" question whether V. P. I. ls not entltled to a better stnndlng In the football world than she has been accorded heretoiore, and looks like tho Techs are fast get? tlng Into the class wlth the larger unl versitles of the North. Ten games ure on the schedule for thls season. and of theso threo have been victories for the Techs, one has been canceled, and the fifth a defeat by Prlnceton. as just stated. Hamp den-Sldney, Clemson and V. M. I. bit the dust, and Roanoke College can? celed lier game. B-gltinlng with next Saturdav, """ an.i I.oe in Lynchburg. the University of North Carollna in Richmond and the Navy in Annapolh. follow on successlve Saturdays, the season concludlng Thanksgiving Day wlth North Carolina Agrlcultural and Mechanlcal In Norfolk. All these ure hard games, with tho result doubt? ful In each case. Tho team will con? tlnue, barrlng accidents, as thu llno up was in the V. M. I. game last week. To turn out a wlnnlng football team at the Virginia Polytechnic In? stltute is no easy task. There are absolutely no facllltles for indoor prac? tlce, and a week of contlnued rain may prevent all tralning Just before a big game, as has happened several times. Thero is no system of grad? uate coaching, this work dTevolvlng entlrely on one man. And last, but by no means least, there is no adequate financial support given tho Athletk Association. Big games cannot b< played on the home grounds 'wlth teams demanding guarantee of an> size, ns there ls no local field to draw upon for a crowd. and games ln the clties of Virginia are likely to resull in financial dlsaster lf the weatliei is bad, as was tlie caso in Roanok? last Saturday. Yet, in spite of all this and many other things, V. P. I. has In the lasi slx years put out a football team thai has been hlghly creditable to the school, and brought heart disease sur prises to such aggregations of footbal; men as thosa of Georgetown, Prlnce? ton and tho Army and the Navy. CIIECKER PLAYERS TO MEET FOU CHAMPIOXSim Arrangements havo been complotei for one of the greatest checkei matches ever held in the Unltec States, whon Charles F. Barker, o; Boston. champion of the world a' checkers, will meet Joseph A. Druillard of' Kansas City, in a sorles of fiftj gnmes, to bo held at the Kansas Clty Chess, Checker and Whist Club, com mencing- November 2d. Four game. wlll be played each afternoon, excep' Sunday, for a purso of ?2,000. This match wlll brlng devotees o: tho game from all parts of the coun try to Kansas Clty. Requests foi tickets have already been made fron places as far away as Denver, St. Paul Now York aiul Toronto, Canada. Hanbridge Fools Bookies b] Taking the Event by Half a Length. CINCINNATI, O., Oclober 27.?Th fourth race. a handicap, mllo ani sovonty yards, was tho featuro at La tonla to-day. Hanbridge, an outslde ln tho bettlng, won tho fourth event o; half n length from Zlenap. Tracl fast. Summai'les: First race?flvo and a half f urlongs Desperado (5 to 1) flrst, Be Brlef (2 t 1, place) second, Mique O'Brien (cvei show) third. Time, 1:07 1-5. Socond ruco?six furlongs?Aspiritu (fi to 1) llrst, Home Run (9 to 2( placo) second, Mlss Crlttenden (3 t 2, show) third. Timo, 1:1-1 S-n. Third race?six furlongs?Sorre Top (6 to 1) first. Lady Fllu.-l (12 t 1, plaoe) second, Sriuko Mary (5 to I show) third. Tlme, 1:1-1 .'1-5. Fourth race?mllo und sevent yards?Hanbridge (io to 1) tir.st, Zla nap (S to 5, place) second, Sally Pros ton (out, show) third. Tlmo, 1:40 8-5, Flt'th race?slx furlongs?I,ena (S 1 ro flrat; ftfavblea (i to 2, plaoo) eacom Alonick (2 to 6, show) third. TImi 1:14. Slx IH race?mllo nnd threo six toenths?Arrow Swlft (tt to 1) (irsi Dunvegan fti to l, place) second, Re Qauntlot (&;-*!> 5, show) third. Tiiui 3:0(1, , "also- u V ice. sa- . 10 und 12. KEENt'S STABLE 1.865 r Racers Win Big Amounts De spite Fact That Many Purses Were Cut Down. Tn splte of tho reduction in the value of some stnkoB and the declarlng off of others, James It. Keene enjoyed another prosperous season on the Amerlcan turf thla year. Hls thor oughbrodji, tralned by James Itnw?( won forty-seven races, flnlshed second thlrty-flvo tlmoH and thlrd thirty llmei, their total wlnnlngs In stakes and purses amountlng to $281,SGG. Last yenr Mr. Keene broke the world's re? cord, with 1402,000, but that Included several valuablo stakes at Brlghton Beach, Saratoga, Oravesend and Aqn i duct whlch woro not run thls season. If Colln and Colt had not been forced out of tralning Mr. Keene's wlnningx thla year would doubtless havo been much greater, for those superb K-nn ot Commando, when ln good racing trlm, were easily the best three-vear olds ln tralning. Colln would prob? ably hftve won tho Lawrenco itealiza tion. together wlth other rich three year-pld specials, whlch were captured by Mr. Belmonfs Fnlr Play. Colln, after an unbeaten record ns a tv.-o year-Old. began thls year by wlnnintc the WithOrs stakes, In whlr-h he eagilv dlsposed of Falr piay, Klng .turner. Do rnrito and others, hls sharo of the Stakes being $12,000. Then, nfterbelnx reported broken down. he beat Falr Play bv tlie smalleat klnd of a margin In the Belmont stakes. of Which hl8 sharo wns $20,765. It was after cap* turing the Tldal stakes. worth tl 1 :,i,o to tho winner, that Colln devdoped lameness, whlch tbrew him out of tralning for the rest of the year. but not beforo he hnd won $17,lo:, for Mr. Keene, or a total of nearly fl8G,000 during hls brief career. .Mrmkrttr t.nr;;,--! Winner. But Colln was not the blggest win? ner in the Keene barn thls year, for that honor was earnod by the phe nomenal fllly Maskette, by Dlsgulso Blturlca. She waa easily tho best two-year-old lllly of the campaign, and her total stako wlnnlngs amounted to $50,410. Her greatest ochievetnent WAS the winnlriK of tho Futurlty. In that famous tnrf classlc Maskette, who was In recelpt of slx pounds from John K. Madden'a Rlr Martln, tho champion colt, beat tho latter in a gallop, with Mr. Keene's Helmet, a flne hou of ]>is guise, a head out of the place. ?Maskette ran slx furlongs down tlie chute In 1:11 1-5. Her share of the Makes, Including a $2,000 breeders' fee. waa $27,100. A few days later Maskette plcked up 127 pounds and won the Kreat Fllly Stakes In easy fashlon trom her stablo companion. Wedding Bells. to whom was coneeded oitrlu pounds. The distanco was six fur? longs. and Maskette broez'-d home In [l:12 3-5, h?r hhare of the Makes belnsy ;$10.S15. ln the Flatbush Stakes Mask '?? eonceded flve pounds to Slr Mar? tln, who turned the tabl<s and easily di r^-ted her, running seven furlonp* iin 1:18 8-6. Maskette won the Spln-i way Stakes at saratoga and the Matron Stakes at Belmont Park. enjoylng a Ipracilcal walkover in the latter event, :,^ the onlv other start^r was Mr. Keene's Me'ddw fliu- Affliction. Ballot Won 850,000. Ballot waB not far behlnd Maskette iin earnlng nbilitv. for he v.-on $5?.0O0 Mn stakes and purses. Ho did not start j until June 9th, when he won the 1 Standard Stakes, weight for age, one Bnd a quarter, nt Oravesend. Re er extended and wns Umed Mn 1:06 8*8. Thnt vlctory made BaUol I favorite for the Suburbnn Handif-np. , whlch lie wone in a gallop. He plcked i up 127 pounds. went to the front at ' the first quarter pole and then raced home in hand two lensrths beforo King James, wlth Falr Play six lengths back. Ballot was timed ln 2:03, a new traek record, and hls share of the inonev was $19,750. After that the Voter colt captured the iiquality Stakes and the Advance Stakes, worth $11,750. in whicn he ran a mile and flve-slxtoenths in 2:09*1-5. a new world's record. Incidentally lie de? feated Hesslan, Klng James, Frank Oil! nnd Dorante in easy fashlon. Bal lot's next trlumph was in the Century Stakes, worth $15,735 to the winne'". With 120 pounds he ran a mile aml a lood half, in front all the way. in 2: within a frnction of a second of rb-h's world's record. Celt ran only two ra^es nnd "won both of them. ile toolt th-* measure 01' Jack Atkin in the Jockev Club weighi for age race at Belmont Park and thi'i was vletorious in tlie Brooklyn Handl? cap, ln whlch he won $19,750. In that classlc Celt. with 101 pounds, made all the running and won ersily hy a length and a half ln 2:04 1-5, which beat the track record. Fair Play, wlth 99 pounds. was sec? ond. and Master Bobert. wlt'- 95. was third. beaten a neck and finishing a length and R half before Kin<? James. Celt's total winnlntrs wore $JJ,540. Helmet led the Colt*. Helmet wns Mr. Keene's best two ye.ir-old colt. The son of Pisgiiise-St. M*ildred won ?32.6ie, his viclorles be? lng scored in the Honeful Stakes at Saratog-i and the Matron and Cham pagno Stakes. at Belmont Park. He flnlshed third in the Futurlty and Great Trlal Stakes and second ln the Pouble Event. Meilsande. a fllly by Disgulse-Sylvabelle. won $14,030. cap I turing tlie Laureate, Clover. Castleton. Vernal and Demoiselle Stakes. and running second in the Gaiety Stakes. Hilerious, a colt bv Voter-Harpisehord, I was successful In the ITnlted States Ho I tel Stakes. SS.250. an over-night event j worth $325 at the Spa and another | of stfiO at Belmont. Other good winners In the Keen sta? ble were Restigouche, recentlv sold to S. C. Hlldreth; Suffragette and Select man, now owned by Jumcs Rowe: Footpad, Gretna Green, Wedding Bells ond others. Tn stnke wlnning. lt is needless to add that Mr. Keene hns a long lend over otlier ieadlng owners, Including John E Madden. H. P. Whit ney and August Belmont. Tn view- of the fact' that unless there ls a change in the present conditions whlch crov em tho turf In the States of New Vork, Ktakes and purses wlll tiot. amount to much next year. Mr. Keene wlll race Colln. Ballot and several otlier crnok horses in England next season, but he haa no Idea of totally denertlng Amerl? can racing. Yale Gets New Sliell. BOSTON. MASS., October 27.?A new racing shell for use by A'nle In her race wlth Harvard on 'the Thnjnen next June has arrlved from London. The shell ls from tbe shop of ,1 boat bulldor of Putney. Englnnd. Large Stables Being Broken Up Preparatory to Owner's Re moval to Argentine Republic. LEXINGTON, 1CV., October 27.?The dtsparsai sale of Colonel Miitmi Youna>a "MoQrathlana Stud," the second largest thoroughbred establlsliment ln tim world, comprlsing 500 Htalltons, niarea fiml WOftnllflgS, bi-giiii iiere to-day, 1 he sale wlll ciuiiiiuio three days. The lead? lng stiilllonw offered ave GtfSttl'iOO, Bam* pronlus, Wool'a Thorpe, Yoricuhlre l.ad and Le Soreeri-r, i<ilr of America 11. Uu.s siau, French and Kngiiaii wlnners, Colonol Voutig is proparlng to leuve the Auierk-ati racing 1 i? ? 1?1 and wlll vn tubllsh a luioiilng lavm in the Argen? tine Republic. Cesiu'ifin was sold to James 11. 'Ao gritii, momber of the Canadlan I'ariia nieiu, fur $4,000, YorkHhlre Lttd waa aold lu Jiuiivy dteoDJMN fov S-'iiiUii. PENNST'S players RE BADLY USED UP aame With Redskins Saturday Hard oq Quakers' Crippled and Battered Team. Only three of the Red and Blue grld mn men Who battled with tlie Indlans iist Saturday reported for practlce Wonrtay afternoon on Franklln Fleld. rho ilorcest contest that has been play ?d thls nenson has left many mcmorles n tho way of nddltlonul brulset on tho ilready battered I'onn players, Captaln Hniienback, Miller aml Warks have been sent. to Atlantlc Clty ind Bearietf nml Qaiton are enjoying i miich-iieeded rest ln the rountry. Uanler not only had hls weak shoul lor put out of cofnmlsslon, but sus ained a broken nose, and hls condltion s such that he will not be used untll ho Lafavette game. "Kid" Kelnath ?iports evory evening to Mlk? Murphy .0 have his Injured foot massa~ed.. Ho s expected to report for practir.o to lav, nnd from present Indications he ,v|'ll not be seen In the Une-up untll he game wlth the Enstnnlans. Hol enback Is about the most ured-up ?laver of the lot. He Is one maps of jruiseS. and hls refusal to be relleved n thi h^ W eadoi second half of thi mderful spirit the pOI ]:? ,] ie RhoWH ind Blue rder l pra Tl, tilt llng ice Monday was nf a llght field was wet and soggy, as f the recent ralns. ami fum raa a freijuent offense. .lack Means gave the players an excellent ?ipportunltv to catch a wet, slippery, mnt.-d ball. but the men, vith one or tWO i-xceptlons. found df nandllng it. The serlmms iSSted abOUt twenty mltiut ^crnbs worked iho ball i llne-plutiging from mldti touchdown, Twltmlre carrvi "kin over the llne. Thi Large was the feature of noon, and lt was hls conslstent gronnd galnlng that enabled the serubs to score. iractlce md the =tr.ilght for a he pig ork of the afte ii! IS BRB1SED ii hhihiid c Several Players Were Out ol Monday's Practice, Resting Af? ter Saturday's Strenuous Work. Thaf the struggle wltj? Harvard on Saturday was a hard one was ln dlcated by the fact that but two oi thn regular Navnl Academy llnemer wero on tho field for practlce Mondaj afternoon. These were Sllngluff, centre and Lelghton. right tackle. Wright aiu Meyer, the guards, wlll probably b( on the field to-day. ' Relfsnider. who made the touch? down agalnst Harvard. and Wb< played a brililant game, was bruisee and sore all over, and watched thi practice from the side llne, while Rob ertson, the other end, Is not in mucl better shape. Captaln Northcroft tool a day off. Back of the line. however the team was the same as that whlcl started in agalnst Harvard. and witl the full two days' rest of Bundai and Monday the Unemen are likely ti enter Into practlce for the Indlai game wlth great spirit. King, who is a promlslng candtdat for end. Was on the lield again afte a t^eek's absence. during whlch h> nurse'3 a damaged nose. BEAGLE WINXEUS ._ AT CHASE CITY MEE' [Special to Th" CHASE CITY, VA, ll wlng are the benc wero announced Moi In tho fifteen-lne'n beuglea. Wllllam Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 October 27.?The foi i show winners, whlc lay: olass for pack of fou Rockefoller. Jr., ?.=t prlze, and the Roekofellor cup: W. ( Post, Jr.'s Somerset kennels, second; Jara* Appleton's Waldlncf.e'.d konnels, third. Thlrteen-lnch class for pack of fou beagleg?Glll and Cromwetler. first; Janis Appleton's WaldliiBfleld kennels. second; X) II. D. Brun's Dungaunen kennels, third. Beginning thls morning lhe Held trla! wll" bc run olT. The followlng classes wl b* decided ln order: Dogs, flfteen-Inc class; bltches. flfteeu-lnch class; dogs, thli tetn-lneh class: bitcbes, thlrteen-lnch clas The derby will be held on Saturday, an tho winner of the George B. Post cup. fr best pack of clght, will be announced tc nlfchl. Wnnl to Enter Eeague, CHARLOTTE. N. C, October 27.?At special meetlng of the dlrectors of the Cai Ha.-oball Assn tlo anrt Rock Hill, S. C. The applleatlons wi pending the Question S, C. remains In the Iti the event that lt intlon to-day appllc from Raleigh. N. C . to enter thls leagu ?re held In abeyan; of whether Columbd Soiith Atlantlc I.eagu es not lt ln undei stcod that Columbla and one other clty wl bo taken ln. making an eight club leagu The only action of Importance was the e> tecaton of the playing schedule, allowln each club 110 games. High School lo Day. The Richmond College E::-Preps. will pla tie strong High School eloven at Broa treat Purk tliiu evening at 4 o'clock. 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[Rpeclal to Tho Tlm-s-ninpatch.] ASHLAND, VA., October .27.?Han dolph-Macon'B second team Monday af? ternoon defeated Ashland's fnotbnll eleven by a scoro of 9 to -I. Tho llfo of tho town team seemed to h "Snooks" Trovllllan. nn old-tlmer, wlio played great ball, but tho linndoiph Macon scrubs "Itept together, and thelr llne held well. The features of thn contest were the goals klrked from the fleld, Lawless making-n .nenutlful place klck for the college nnd Trevll llnn maklng a drop-kick from the 25 yard llne for tho town team. Simp? son wns probably the most conslstcnt grotind-galn-'r for the scrubs, never falling to advanco the ball. Tho flrst scoro was made In the flrst half, when Mldvette plcked up the ball on a fumblo nnd ran forty-flvn yards for a touchdown. The llne-up: B.-M. C. Position. Ashland. Lawless.left end.W. Jones. (Mosby) Poweil.left tackle.Bane Beale .left guard.J. Jones U'oodhouse. . . . centre .Ellls Chapmnn ....rlght guard. . .Trevlllliin Tucker.rlght. tackle.C. Jones Garrett .rlght end. Taylor Brownlev. .. .quarter back.Smlthey Mldvette. . .left half back.Rouitz (Captaln) Simpson. . .rlght half back. .Wlghtmnn 'ITnvnlo.full back.Trovllllan fouchdowns?Midyette fO. Gonls ffom fleld ?Lawless (li, Trevlllian fl). Referee ? Wnrr?n. I'mplre ? Harlan. Time of halves?lfi mlnutes. I 1 fiOTCH MAY TACKT.E tiie htjssiajj LIOJC ? Frank Gotch, tho world's champion I wrestler, wlll sall for England this week to seek a return match wlth George Hackenschmidt. ths Russlan llon, whom he defeated for the title ln Chicago last Aprll. It is learned on good authorlty that th-. match ls pretty eortnln to be made. Hackenschmidt. havlng gone through two operations on hls knees whllo iti France, ls back in London, and says he ls feeling well. Ho has a now man? ager, G. K. Morgan, who ls hook Ing him for theatrlcal engagements. Hack has turned down matches wlth ZybICO and Lemm, nnd says ho is gradualiy gettlng into condition to meet the big Amerlcan a second time. AI.nEMAItf.E HOUSE SHOW ASSOCIATION MEETING rPneeinl to Tho Tlmr-5-TV?patch, 1 CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA.. Octobet 27.?The annual meeting of the stock? holders of tlio-Albomnrle Horse Show Association wlll be held st the court? house here, Monday. November 2d. at noon. The association ls in an excellent condition. as the reports of the offlcers, which will be submitted nt the meet? ing Monday. wlll show. Ofllcers wlll be elected for the ensuing year, and othet Important buslness wlll be transacted. Tenney 1* nn Artlst. NEW YORK, Octobe-.- 27.?Fred Ten? ney, the flrst baseman of the Giants, ls nn artlst as well as an athlete. He spends most of hls leisure hours in water-color studies. Some of his pic? tures are not only clever. but show that he has made a thorough study of art. "Of course, I know that the pro f?ssion of ballplaying haa not been looked upon as one of tlie higher pro fessions." said Tenney the othor day. "Many of our profession did not rank very high at the star,-. Therefore I feel that we can do much more by try? lng to uplift the game whlle wo are a part of it than by deserting and allow? lng it to fall into decay. I regard lt as qulte an honor to be among the topnotchers in any profession that Is honorable, and nothlng pleases me more than to know that I am generully consldered among those 200 baliplayers who rank as tirst-class." Leon Ames, one of the Giants' fa? mous pitchers, is a clever caricaturist, and has often been asked to allOW his drawlngs to be published, but he ls tlmld. To Hnve Strooir Team. [Ppeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] FREDERICK8BURG, VA.. October ST.?A meeting of those Intereated In baseball wai held hero aml a baseball association fr.rmed, wlt!-. the fo..owlnB oftlcers: Dr. J. G. Klnt,, president; E. J. Smlth, flrst vire-president: Henry Ward-.ii, second vice-preaidenti C. R. Howard, secretary: A. Randolph Howard, treasurer. nnrl W, 8. Embrey. Jr.. manager Bcarrl of Directors?Captain M. B Rowe. faptaln T. M. r.arkin. K. X. Onolrlck. F. XV. Fouerherd, J. C. Chlchester and B. J. Bul lcck. The sate receipts fnr tlie games played here. last season were over 18,1. The asso. oimlon will h? Known as tln Frederick*bur; Athletic Aasoclatlon. aud Its capital waa flx. e.l at $1,"0<i mlnimum and fio.uoo muxlmum A beautiful park. wlth grandstand anr up-to-date arr.-inp.emouts, wiilun lhe citj llnilts has been provlded, and thc ussouia tlor. expecta to have next season ono of th< strtngest tcarns ln the State. Navy to How Cornell. AXNAPOLIS, MD., October 27.?Ths rowing authorltles of tlie United States Naval Academy held a meeting at tht academy recently and decided to chal? lenge the Cornell varslty eight tr either a two or a four-mlle race, to bt rowed next spring, Whlle tho mid shipmon liave been accustoined to row? ing two-mile races on tfco Severu. lt |l posslble to row a four-mlle race b> startlng from the "outer lightshlp' and pulllng up the Severn, or vlct verea. It ls safe to say that if tln mldshlpmen felt at nll confidont thal tlie authorltles would permit them tc row at Poughkeepsie in 1900, no chal? lenge to Cornell would bo Issued. CliiKter Sprlnga Wins. fSpi ola! to The Ttmea-Dlapatoh.] SOUTH BOSTON. VA.. October 27.? Clustcr Sprlngs Aeademv's seconc football eleven defeated South Rostor High Sehool here thia evening by thi scoro of 1-1 to 7. The game was stub bornly contosted throughout, both slde punting frequently. Thompson, a quarter back. and Gillll, at rlght hal back. did excellent work for Soutl Boston, wl-To Wllson Cosby at quafter and Stttton nt full back. did star woil for the Academy eleven. Hvnii to Jlloel Wlunlclc. LYXCHHURO, VA., OotObor 27.?.' match has been arrangeil to be pullet off here Saturday night on tho mul be tween Tonimy Ryan and Loula Win nlck. who claims the mlddlewelgh wrestiing ohampionshln of tlie South Ryan, who clotnis the Texas champion shlp, haa been in a number of bout: hero, and has only beon thrown um-e thls mateii wlll be catcb-aa-catch-can Thrce-Cornercd Flght In Rnwnn, fSpeclal to The Tlmea-Dlspatah.l SALISBURY, N, C, Ootober 37.- \ wlililv.iinl campaign is belng waged bJ I tlu- Democratlo, Republican and So -jclallst eaiiilidates iu Rowan, all ,,| whoin are in the fleld thls WOOK. Wlt! eaqh Buccaedlng day tho campaigi waxea warmer, though thore has heei no bad feeling so far. Dtatrict Attor? ney A. 13. Ilolton, of llie Western Nortl Carolina Dlstrict, Spoke at Spencer laat night ln the interest of the Republlcar ticket. and Walt.-r Murphy, I'm. oni of the leadlng Democratic ctimnaiKii ,! ers, spoke at. Cieveland. Howard Hentla hlat. [B.lal inTha rtmsa.Dlapntoh.1 SAI.ISIU'UV. N, 0., Oe'iiher 27? Mr John A. Howard, 6J Sallsbury, ar , agont of tlie Ll*e Insurai. Cnmpani ?f Vlrginla, hns boen notlfted that h< stunda nt the heao* of aii ago.its ,.i that cnmpniiy in the I'nlt-.-d Statea ll point of buBlnesji written, during thi past year. Mr. Howard, who |K n ynini). mail of ntuch ptisli nnd iihlllly, ls helni roundly oongratulnted upon hls Btntic lu thv Insuiiuicn world. n GRAFTON HOUNDS Big Gray, Started Near Gleedes ville, Fools Pack in Woods and Gets Away. [Seselal tnTho Tlmes-DlfipMrli.] T.RRSHl,'fltJ. VA., Octoher 2T.~--Tlie Grnf ton hounds wore easl to-ihiy near Ulcedc*. vllle, four mlles from thn konnels. Tho start wns mado ln tho presenea of a Isrgt err.wd. Thn hounds worked well from tli' llrst. the condltion of the groumls frnui the rnln of tho night befove atdlnn ln tln llnrl [.?n.llng off In the dlreellon of "Onllsittls.* Iher, south over n dllTtnilt COUrSS, InterSSBt. ? ri by dltchen and fences, the pnek carricr! thi- Held Blong il a rapld Rnlt. The ho.inib lnsi tim trail, inn i" iverlng, contlnued thi nm for m-vcrnl mlles, CldSSly followlng I large gray. Tlm pnek sepnrntlng In thi nrovdl lost theli- ipiarrv, nml were call-t' off. Th? master, Ur, FInrry \V. Smlth, Int Ihe field Ihroiighoul the course, nogotlatlni several dlfflcult jumps In perfect form an' presslng closo on tho hounds. PhyslenI Esnmlnntloii ln (Jrnded School IHpeclal io Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) SALISBURY, N. C? October 21.? witii a record breaktng attendance th? Bftllsbury graded nrhool opened yes? terday. 'when It requlred practlcally all day to enroll the large number ol puplls present. Ench child underwor.i a phvslcnl examlnntlon bv Sallabury physicians, tiio action belng taken dj Professor I. C. Griflln, superintendent of the schools, ln order to prevent .1 spread of scarlet fever, whlch ls prcv alent In Snllsbury, Wnllrr BensleT Dlcs ot Iitliirlcs. [SpeelSl to Tbe Tiines-nispatrh.l SAEISBURY, n\ <:,, October 27.?-wat ter Beasley. a brother of Pollcemai B. L. Beasley, pf spencer. died at ?? hospital nt T.iiniheitoii to-day from in juries sustained at Pembroke, whon he was hit hy a traln yesterday. Hi was lying on tho track when struck and never regnlned consclousness. Smusementtf. BIJOU-A11 Weel< Matlnees, Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday. The Health Cure In Threo Aote, ME, HIM and I, Wlth a Company of Flfty. Headed by m. I,EE WROTHE. Next week?Yorke and Adams. ACAlHlll Y?Frlilay anti SntnrdnyT Matlneo Saturday. Charles U Dlllinghatn Fresents "THE IIKD MILE." Prices: Mallnee, 25n to $1.00. Night, 60a to $1.50. ACADEMY?T hu rsilu y. Matlneo and Night NORMAN HACKETT, IN "CI.ASS.MATF.S." Big Entertainment and Election Returns CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. HALE, Tuesday, November !ld, N:30 to VI P. >! Como and go as you please. wiiiFmu, Mnglrlnn, Hypnotlut nud Vcntrtlnqiils' Polk Mlller's Old South Negro Qunrt* .Nntlonnl Electlon Kelurns by Special Wlre. Gentlemen, ."Hloj Ep.dles, 25c. (Ineludlng Reserved Seatt.) Reserved Seats, Beglnning Friday. Octe ber 30th, l P. M. Refreshments bv Woman's Commtttc at City Prices. The Valentlne Museum BLBVSJNTH AND C'.AY STREKTS. Open dally from 10 A. JI. to 5 P. M. Ad mlsslon, 25 cents. Free on Saturday. Suction &aless, Jf uture SJaps Bj^C. I,. & II. L. Denoon, Real Estate Auctloneers, ? FOR SALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, NEAT THRBB-RQOM FRAME TENE MENT DWELEINGS. Nos. 1026 and 1028 Eggleston S: on tho premlses, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. 190S, at -l o'clock P. M. These houses are ln excellent contl tion ar J rented at a good reutal t I tirst-cla; .q tenants. Thls property wl provo an excellent investment, an I thoso seoklng such should not fall I : attend thls .sale. TERMSi Reasonable, and to be ar j nounced nt sale. C L. & H. L. DENOON, Auctloneers. By pollard & Bagby. Real Estate Agents aiul Auctloneers At the reuuest of tha owner we wi offer for sale at public aution, upon tl: prenilse3, No. 833 N. Seventeenth St AT 5 P. M. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30TI that attractive throe-room cottag home, with lot, 21x75. TERMS: Announced at sale. POEEARD & BAGBY. Real Estate Auctloneers. B.v N. W. Bowe & Son, Real Estato Auctioncers, Attention, Builders! We will sell. on the premlses, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, at E'iiO P. M., tlie two brlck houses, NOS. S10 AND 313 NORTH SI-'VE.} TEENTH STREET, to be removed. There is a great min ber of go?d brlcka nnd other niaterl. In thls property. TEK.MS: Al sale. &cat (Estate far ^>alc. A Rare Chance for Suburban Developmen Big ttai't. splendid locatlon, ten mil utes' walk to the hear* of a growlr clty; car service. llne water; llber terms; owner wlll relain Interest deslred. Wrlte at onco. Eox 111, Peter burg. _ _ Jkcal (Estate tor Bent. FOR RENT, 2511 PARK AVENUE opposlte Davls Monunier.t, half sciuu from car llno, beautiful house, beaut ful locatlon: possesslon at .once: $li per.annum. Call 'phone 867 1, for ke> win. to make oulok sa ? resldent, bi vp I /w,WW tl.iin,?,,|,v Harrison SUei $2,800 lliirrlsnii Street; rents for ?10 a i, .1. 11. ei.a.u & win buy iirii'k prppor lu-ar Twciitlvtli aud Mai rentlng for uliuiu $;575 year; owner lonviug the Btute; di.-u i, B, ei.am & CO, auction &atea(, future ?aj>& itv tC'i^^^rL^t^'i^nSon^ Real Estatn Auctloneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE Valuable Tract of Land WITH GOOD IMPROVEMENTS, ON TIIE NORTH SIDE OF THE WIL* LIAMSBURfJ ROAD, ABOUT KIVE MILES EAST OF RICHMOND. In executlon of a dewrea of the Henrlco Clrcult Court, entered October 8, LBOS. ln sult of O, O. Alexander vs. I. XX'. Gllliam et. als., and by vlrtue of I- deert nf trust, dated August 26, 1B04, and Ot record lu Henrlco Clrcult Court, D. Ii. 170 "A," page 22;(, default hav? lng been made ln the payment ot the debt th'-reln aectired, nnd belng ro i qulred by beneflcary so to do, i wlll j soil by publlo auction m front of the Henrlco county courthouse, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29. 11)08, I nt 12 o'clock M? tho real estato de scrlbed aa follown: AH that certain tract or parcel of land, wlth all the bulldlng and lm ; provenionts thereon. rlghts, waya and | nppurtenatices thereto belonglng, lylng , and being ln the county of Henrlco, I State of Vlrginla, on tlie north slde of j tho Wflllamsburg road, about five (5) mlles below the clty of RIchmond, and | containlng fifty (50i acres. aa shown by ,a plat of survey mad i by T. Crawford j Redd A Rro., August 20, 1904. Terms: Cash as to the expense Of j oxecutlng thls trust. any taxes due on sold land. and pay lhe sum of $1,500 wlth Interest at the rate of fi por cent. from February 20, 1903, untll pald, and as to the residue on such credit as the debtor shall prescrlbe, or In tho event of hls failure to do so on a credit of one and two years, purchaser to executt his notes for tho doferred payment, hearlng 6 per cent. Interest from th? ? late of sale. nnrl to '<-, secured by S deed nf trust on the property. WILLut.'GHBY NEWTON. JR? _ ' , ' Trustee. C. L. & H. L DENOON. Auctloneera. O. O, ALEXANDER.Plalntlff against GILHAM A ALS.Defendant I hereby certlfy th.it the bond ln the above-styled ault has been duly glven. Glven under my hand as clerk of the looa court* thla lth 6ay ot October. _gAjjtJHL P, WADDILL, Clerk. Special Commissioners* Sale By Chr.s. A. Roae, Auctioneer, No. 6 North Ninth Street, Richmond, Va. Pusuant to a decree of tho Clrcult Court for the county of Goochland, Va., pronounced.on tho 13th day of October. 1908. ln the sult of R. H. Leadbetter el nl. vs. Leadbetter'e admlnistrator et ah, the unileraigned, Special CemmlssloneTi, will offer for snlo at auction, at Manl kln, Vn., at 2 P. M., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1908, that deslrable tract of land containlng nlnety-five acres, more or less, belng ? part of the William Frlth tract, known as "Egypt," of which Josiah S. Lead* beiter, deceased. dled selzed. Thls tracl contalns a small dwelling. is adjaceni to tho the James River and ls very productlve, and ls sald to contain ex? cellent coal. Also. tho Nuckles tract of land, neai Centrevllle, latcly known at Leadbet* ter's Mlll, containlng one hundred and fourteen and one-half acres, more oi less. Thls tract of land ls tn a good state ot cultivatlon, contalns a mlll house and grain-mlll, a mlller's house a large dwelling house and outbuild inga; the mlll, boing the only one foi many mllea around. Is calculatcd to yield a handsome revenue. One-fourth of an acre of thls tracl will bo retained for a family burlal ground. Including and contiguous to the plot now on the lnnd. Upon application to the auctioneer, lie wlll take pleasure in showing thess two tracts of land to fntending pur - chosers. TERMS: One-<nird cash. and the bal? anco for notes in eriual lnstalments at slx and tweive months. wlth interesl added, and title retained until all ol the purchase money is paid and a con veyance ordered by the court. ALFRED K. COHEN. OTIS P. WALKER, Special Commlaeloncrs. The bond required of tho Special Com? missioners has been given. MO.sES MOXTEIRO. Clerk. Chas. A. 1 >se, Auctioneer. No. 6 North Ninth Streot, Rtchmond, Va. Immedlately after thc above sale 1 wlll offer at auction 151 acres adjoin Ing thc flrst tract of the above de scribed property. CHAS. A. ROSE. Auctioneer. By N. \v7~Bowo _ SorT, Real Estato Auctloneers. COMMISSIONERS* SALE OP A OOD FRAME DWELLING, THREB VACANT LOTS AND A BROAD LOT WITH A BARN ON IT, ON THE BROOK ROAD, NEAR TIIE CITY. In executlon of a decree of the Clr? cult Court of Hanover County, iu the suit of "W. B. Burnett's Helrs vs. W. B. Burnett's Helrs." we will offer.for sale, on tho premlses, on THCUSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1008. at 4 o'clock P. M.. the property above, referred to, beins the residenco anO grounds of the lato William P. Burnett. Thls is a large offerlng of very gooc i-eulty, wlilch otTers an opportunity foi proiitabia Improvement It will llrst bu offered ln five sepa? rate parcels, as shown on a map at tn* oiticc of the auctloneers. and then aa a whole. and thc offerlng produe'.ug tiie better result will be reported u. the court. TERMS: One-fourth cash, and, ths residue in three equal lnstalments al six, tweive and elghteen months, foi notes, wlth interest udded, and title retained. GEO. P. HAW. WILLOUCVHBY NEWTON, A. W. PATTERSON, Special Commissioners. In tlie Clerk's Offlce of the ClrcuH Court of the county of Hanover; I do certlfy that the bond requlred of tha special commissioners by the above-mentioned decree, entered Sep? tember 84, I90s, has beon duly glven. Glven under my hand, as clerk oi sald court, thls 16th day of October, 1908. C. XV. TAYLOR, Clerk. Bv Blanton & Purcell, Real Estate Auctloneers, Tenth atul Bank Streets. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OE DKSIRAULE FARM, CONTAINING U3Q-100 ACRES, WITH FRAME DWELLING AND OTHER OUT BUILDINCS, ON X1XE-MILE ROAD. OPPOS1TK MASONIC HOME. HKN 1UCO COUNTY. In- executlon o' a deed of trust. dated March'IS. 190S, uud duly recorded (?> tho clerk's ofllee uf Henrlco Clrcult Court ln D. B, 183 H. pago S06, I wlll. at the request ot the beneflciary, there having been default ln the payment Of a portlon of the debt secured, offer' fo.r yale. ac publlo auction, to tho high est bldder, op the premlses, on THURSDAY; OCTOBER 89, 1808, at l ii'cini-k V M . the attractlve prop* eriv above referred to, which is fuliv set out and deacrlbed In said deed Thls property le well located, I* eo.n venleni lo street cars and sbould ap la-ai to bome-seokera and investors. ash BUfBclenl t<. pay tht tlng (hls trust. nll tav . and to dlscharge a nOtl i interestod from Beptem a credil of $i 500, ivith ble quarterl". and wh|.-; March 18, 1909,- and tln ' G. ED. WEITZRL, Trustee.