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Carolina tobaecos?leaf that is unequaled?blended with the utmost care. A full flavored exquisite smoke. The acme of southern cultivation. Mild and Satitfying _10 for Sc Bateball picture* anct a valuable coupon in each package \ Old Mill Clgarettes are packed in TIN FOIL THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. TRACK IS READY FOR RACE MEETING .1 Only Finishing Touches Needed to I_ut Course in Great i, Shape. J Norfolk, Va.. March 26.?Wlth the > meeting of the Jamestown Jockey Club 1 but one week off, only the finishing . touches are left to be done. Secretary . Gerhardy ts pcrsonally supcrintendlng J the r emodellng ot the steeplechase j course. The hedges are to be far 3 stiffcr than those of last spring. Thls ^ is a move ln the right dlrectlon. There , wlll be no brushlng through tho hedges. 1 Horses .will be obllged to elther jump ' or come to grlef. r* To Judgo by the number of crack _ steeplechasers on the grounds, the . flelds will be large in all of the cross , ?_, country events. The day of two and ! * threo horse races over tho jumps ln i thia-jieck^of tho woods ls apparontly ; j a thlng of the past, and at last Vlr . ginla, the Stato that produces more i steeplechasers than any other, ls com iug into its own. ,. Among the Juinpers now Quartered ? at the track aro Carter llall's crack I : e steeplechaser, Oakhurst. Thls big fel-l : ..low looks good enough to go to the post to-day. Bcrgoo wlll also carry . wthe pink and white of Mr. Hall over the , gjumps. Frank Llghtfoot's good jumper, Dr. j -t.Pillow, arrived on the sceno to-day. *. J;Dr, Plltow won race after race ovor . ,pthe stlff.Canadlan courses last summer, Hand from all accounts ho Is ready to ;? Jidupllcate those vlctorics agaln "this ; . season. ... George l_}renton hns the stceplechas '-tf.'ers BenlaluT.,and .-'Flat Creek ln hls -, stable. The' former Norfolkians will '?.fcrera.mber, he liavlng won two races ? cat the Jamestown track. ; Bi 'Higginbotham and fcjam Fudge, ln : tlthe strlng of Frank Allen. are also -keady to perform over the hedges. The ? flformer has become qulte proilclent at Alhe game. ; tc Bob Potee, agent for BUly Garth, ar : .irived on tho scene yesterday. Ile came oto make Arrangements for the recep. TKlon of tlre strlngs of his employer as Pivell as for tlie horses belonglng to C eC. Smithson. T. F. Coles and probably . *o..\oods Garth. Those horses have been Xrainlng over the Bennings course, and lifrom all accounts are ready to race Pright now. Mr. Potee ls very much F.mpressed wlth the Jamestown track. .annd predicts that it wlll surolv step Tito the-. gap left vacant by Bcniiings's JUvlt/idrawal. c) Among this shlpment wlll be "Wli oi.i.m Garth's Btellaland. one of the ?.tar iumpers of the Baltlmore meetlng ^'ast fall. and Duke of Roanoke. The F'atter ran a mlle. on the flat at Pim h'lco last fall in 1:10. He has been ir.c.hooling well over the jumps. Garth "vlll als*o send a haU-dosen two-ycar nl -Mr. Smithson's lot includes the well t?:.?0,V? ?1urnPe**. Bobby Kean. and Lu jaile R.. a new recrult to the jumpors. Bi.eoRkaleeta, the well-known sdllng raiater, wlll carry Mr. Smilhson's col n**is in the flat races, as well as Opar, f'^ii: good three-year-old, recently pur i-ahased from Mrs. X,. A. Llvingston. of , re.ancocas btock Farm. T. P. Cole, the good-natured Vlr , inlan, will be represented by Ontarlo , Idn the iiws country <*vents; al?o by tWie fast sprlnter Salvolatlle. formerly placed In tlie colors of Mr. Cole the ?Wfenesee Valley sportsman. Ontario ocas developed into a llne .jumper, and heidging by the manner in whlcli he starriod weight in the races for gon Bc.en.en riders on the Metropolltan cir. Inu't. ho wlll develop Into a star pCi rc-rmer through the ti.lrt. ASEBALL P RICHMOND COLLEGE vs. RICHMOND SATURDAV. MARCH 26. jGnme called . P. M. Admlsston, 23c.* randstand, lEc. 'urkish Bath Hotel ?nth aud Broad Street*, flleliiiionil, va, I '. ' . coo j' FULL TURKISH BATH I 50c fli.n Day and Night. Rxperl Men ln F Does Little Talking, but Says He Will Have Fast Team for Truckers. Portsmouth, Va., Mareh 25.?Manager Robert M. Stafford, of thc Truckers, arrived in town yesterday morning1 and reported immediately to President Briggs, wlth whom he talked over the plans for the approachlng season. lle and President Briggs went out to Athletlc Park ln the afternoon and Inspected the property, whlch will be given somo needed repalrs beforo the season ls actually launched. The man? ager and head o? tho local club sur ?veyed the whole situatlon at the park and agreed upon the repalrs to bo made to the stands and bleachors at the Truckers* cainping ground. Manager Stafford isn't lncllned to talk a great deal rcgarding tho Truck? ers' posslbllitles of 1910. He rather ndheres to the old maxlm that "a man of words and uot of deeds is llke a garden full of weeds," and prefers that hls doecls in assembllng the local team shall speak for themselves. Hc cxpressed the oplnion. however. that Portsmouth will have a good team, and there is evory lntentlon on hls part, ho stated, to give lt a fast aggregation. Tom Gulheen will har'dly be a me... ber of tho Trucker aggregation of 1010. Manager Stafford sald so him? self. C.uihecn's contract has not been returned to tho club, and correspond encc sent to him has not been an? swered, so Torn will not bo a Trucker this year. t Anrly Bowen is slated for the sccond station, and Klrkpatrlck will be an f-horcd on- third. Managed Bob himself will look after the first station. Transportatlon hns boen sent to all of the men .signed by Portsmouth and they are expected to respond promptly in accorance with the plans lald dowri for the inltlal workottt at Athletic Park. XEW 1M-IBI.DER SIGNED. .Hnriager SniHU Itnpldlv r.cttlng Team ln Shape for ?practlce. rSperial to Tlie Tlm. .-DIspnti.h.1 T_ynchh_irg, Va.. March _...?Pete Boahn. an infleldcr, halling from Bradford, Pa., a seml-professlonal playor, who Is highly recommended by Arthur f*mlth. the local eentre fieldor. has been signed hy Manager Smlth, and transportatlon has beon sent him. Beahn will try for thlrd base along with Evans, Zeigler nnd Zimmerman. ihis position and left fleld aro tha only places on the team whlch there will bo a flg-ht over. Tn the left garden Kincr, an ex-Danville plaver Hpffman. ,vho was secured from [:f,lclf'an'' Ke*lJ*. a prot-ge of ?KldM Elborfeld, .vho Hvea at Ciarrot Park, Md.. are th. three men who are work? lng ror that positlon. A deal is still hanglng flre for n trado with Youngstown, jn tho Ohio Pennsylvanlii League. b ? \V1 ich ,* rence, last year's shortstop, will go for a eft-handed pitcher. If T,aw rer.e_ blocks thls deal, having ref iscd to sign here lnside the salary llmlt he will bc suspended. ' la -tA.\DO-.P.I_..iAC...\ m^EATKO. Loaca to Cnthollo Univcrahy or Wa_h Ingtou Iiy Score of tl (? ?, rf_^,i.U^1'vl.m^?^.:iThe Cathollc Unlvoralty uf Wushlr.-ton D < ?? defeated nandolph-Macon Academy to-day ln tho flrst Kf,me of iho season' 3,.to ?:. Loosc ncidiuR. ,va*, Uv, , of the acadoiny's defeat. Baltorles?Greon, Clancy, McDonahl niul Ifcsler. for .Vushinfiton; \vin. bourn aud Illckman, for the neademy. VAl.E PEFEA'fK 'I'-'X-VSYI.VAMA. rir_< Iolcr,.o.|^^T;~c;ilme of Sen?ou ,.-_.U.'VU*'. Clty, N. J.; March ....?Yale ?hft \ZJr*n tn^rcollQgiato champion t ?'-d-iv rr,, U,,-11','^,01" ,,h" *pri*on ??re v_,i, i.v ..' I1,f' Wn'vora.Hy of PennHyl. vinin h>,",>?--"";'? of n lo a. Pent'iBYl \anln _ Ind until tbo . ighth, when HOhuitxg wlliln.. h was re..pon_lhle for rour runs. _ Score bi*.inning.: n, n. i.\ I enn.ylvanin . ..? I n 1 fl fl n fl o-___ .1 ,?*, Va lo , ..fl 0 0 0 0 1 0 | ??_-,-, R | Ratierle.: Rc_ult_ p-d Cozacna: T>om mers and Plillbin., Umplre. Adams. Tlipif,_*Jnflt . - __ ? - - vj COLTS SHOW UP WELL IN FIRST MATCH GAME With Some Practice, Beljeved Lawlor's Men Will Give Good Account of Themselves?Philadel-"** phia, Well Trained, Too Strong for Locals. :.-> One nlght In Richmond seems to have agreed wlth Manager Dooln's Phlladclphlans, nnd nt Broad Street Park yesterday afternoon tho Quakcr Clty sluggers showed no consideratlon for three young pltchers signed by Manager Lawlor, of tho Colts, and kept lnflelders and outtlelders chas Ing to the fencos after balls drlven there hot off thc wlllow. It was a slugfest for falr, with Richmond hold? lng up her end to the tune of nlno hlts, whleh is rather golng some for tlie flrst game, especlally as Moore antl Brennan are no slouches as mas tcrs of the pltehlng art. The sum mary of the tally sheet at the end of that hour and a half of horrlble base? ball?horrlble because the locals lost ?looked thls ivay: Richmond, 2; Phll? adelphla, 12. Stoppctl Many Drlve*. But conslderlng that Richmond has not really been together before, and that tho Natlonal Leaguers have en? joyed threo weeks' practice ln flno baseball weather at Southern Plnes, N. C., the result ls nothing moro than could have been expected. There ls no dlsootintlng the batting of the vlsitors. and many 6f those llne drlves thal the fast Colt flelders gath ered ln seemed when they started through the alr to be good for drlves of two or more bases. Jack Verbout was hlt hard from the beginnlng, and Brooks. who succeeded hlm In the thlrd Innlng, was as hope lessly unable to stop the stream of safetles. Then ln thc seventh Jacl;-. son faced the big league batters. and he, too, came ln tor hls share of the pounding. Slx orrors are credltcd to Rlclunond; hut all theso thlngs wlll bc overlooked under tho clroumstances, as Manager Lawlor dld not profess to have a gang of Inhuman ball players, and humans cannot get together and do thomselvesyircdit ln a ball gamo in throe days. 1 Baker, at shortstop, was fast, and Stanley Blgbie, at flrst base, got be hlnd every ball, except one, that came hls way. Wallace had an off day; but he ls thero wlth thc goods. everybody knows lt, and two little errors are not much to hls dlscrodlt. even if he was roastod by a fow of those who ex? pected Richmond to walk away wlth thc blg end of the opening day score. AVallace, Lawlor and Brown got two hlts aplece, and that wallop l.andgraft pullcd off ln the thlrd ln ning send the husky Magec on a long chase to the deep centro fence. Ilovr Coltn Earncil nun... lt. was LandgrafTs three sacker that helped to earn tho two runs. He was the Ilrst man up in the thlrd. and scored on Bakcr's out, Knabe to VIRGINIA NO MATCH FOR PRINCETON TEAM Tigers' Piteher Given Superb Support--Witmer Has Miserable Backing Up?Virginia's Score Due to Low Throw by Reed. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.l | Charlottesvllle, Va., March 2o.? 1 Princeton annexed the flrst game on her Southern trip. defeatlng Virginia to-day, 5 to 2. But for n low throw to first by Reed in the slxth Innlng, tho Southerners would have been blanked. The "ialL rolled to the bank, and Wit? mer and Plckford rompod homc. At no other stage in tho contest did thc locals threaten to score. Stevo Whlte. who twirlcd five in nlngs agalnst tho Phlllles yesterday, was ln the 'box for the Tigers. He allowcd but three scattered slngles, and did not lssuo a slngle pass. The support given hlm was superb, the entlre Infield worklng with great pre clsion. Warwiek at second, and Reed at short, proved a great pair. The for? mer covered wide terrltory, runnlng back and pulling down as many as four fllos which could havo beon garnered by the outflelders. Reed won ropeated applauso for scooplng up hot grounders and hls qulck throws to first. Wltnier Poorly Supported. Witmer pltched winnlng ball, but received mlserablo support. Thero was 3ome very clumb work ln the in? field, which contrlbutcd materially to Prtnceton's vlctory. ln thc seventh Ilawze made a great stop of Reed's grounder, but when he threw to flrst, Carter was looklng else where. and the ball went to the bank. Fortunately Witmer tlghtened up and fanned Sam White and Warner. Car ter's fumble ln the second Innlng gave Princeton her first run. ln tho thlrd, wlth one down, Ballin beat out a bunt, went around to thlrd, when Blakeny falletl to handlo Rohan's throw to second, and scored on Bard'.* slngle to left field. After Bard had pilfcrcd second, Cunnlngham, the Washington boy, soaked a stralght one to deep centre, good for three bases. scorlng Bard. Plckford's fumble gavo Princeton another run ln the fourth In the slxth Steve Whlto reached first on Hawze's error, advanced to second on Ballin's neat bunt, was sacrl ficed to thlrd by Bard, ana talllcd on Steve Whlte's sacrlflce fly. Fltchett played tho star gamo for Virginia. Wlth tho bases loaded iu tho fourth, he mado a sensational catch of Sterrctt's long foul. retlrlng the slde. Ilawze accepted three dlftl cult charices. Tho tabulated score: rriiicctiin. A.B. Ballin, lf.-. r. Bard, cf. ;i Cunnlngham, rf...'., 3 Sterrott, lb. r> Reed, ss. 1 Warwiek. 3b;/.. 1 Sam Whlte, 3b:..... l Warner. c. ;', Stevo Whlle, p. 1 Totala .T. Vlrslnln. A.B. Plckford, .ss. I Stanton, cf.'..... I Ofiiter, lb. I .' Blakeny, 3b.. .. ,'.... 1 Fltchett. lf.,. ;; Lile, rf. 3 Ilawze, 2b. 3 llohnn, c.'????.. 2 Witmer, p.'. 3 Dougla.." .. 1 Totuls .31 3 27 11 7 ?Batt.,1 for Rohan ln eighth. Score hy Innlngs.. R. ll. 12. Prlnccton .o i 2 i o i o n o?5 ti ,'i Virginia .'.. ,i u ii o o 2 0 0 o?2 3 . Summavy: Uun.s?Ballin. Bard, ^jer. reii, Sam Whito, Stove Whlte, Pjokford, Stanton. Three-baso hlt, -Cunnlngham. Htrtu-k om?by Whlle. ?".; by Witmer, 3, Bases on bajls?off Wtttnet', 4. Sacrl lice hlts?Bard. Warner. Stolen bases Unim.nc.ld. Wallaco slngled then, nnd stolo second, Ho tallleu On Lawlor'.. ulnglo over second base. Stlll, lt may bo repeateU, 'the fonces at Broad Stroet Park are far away, anel there ls up parontly no room 111 the grounds out? slde for busobulls, even when tho big. gest of tho big Jeaguers are batting tho prlde of our mlnot* league pltch? ers. A great crowd was out to seo the game, and tho old and now playere allke wero cordlally received. Mana? ger Lawlor.was glven an ovatlon the Ilrst tlmo he came up to bat, ana. he dldn't fdllow lt wlth a strlke-out, olthor. Bransfleld's error was Just aa bad ns any the Richmond team made. The Colts survived the shock of yeg terday's drubblng, and wlll be harder at practice than ever to-day. Tho tabulated score; Richmond. , *I'la*-*c'-?' AB. R. II, o, A E Landgrarr. 2b.5 J 7,"\ . U"*^'-. M. 4 0 0 4 i . Wallace, cf.3 1 " 1 ? ] Tltman. rf.4 0 J \ ? * Lawlor. lt.4 0 2 10O BlBble. lb. 10 0 8 1? ,Jro*--?- =b.4 0.'.a ; i:-- i"?'-. fl Jrvlnc, c. ?? 0 0 1 *? a Kelfel, c. 8 0 0 ?' 0 Verbout, p. 1 0 0 0 0 Brooks, p. 1 0 18 1 Jackson, p. 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .,.36 2 0 27 a 6 riiiiiica. Players: "? AB. R. H. O. A. B Tltus, rf. 6 8 a 0 0 0 Bates, If. 4 0 8 110 Cii-ant. 3b. 6 0 12 3 0 Magce. cf. ,,12300 I'raiiBtk'i.l, lb. 2 1110 1 Ward, ll,. 3 0 0 s 0 0 Knabe, 2b. 5 2 3 12 1 Doolan, ss. .", 1 1 2 3 0 Check. c. 2 3 0 0 0 0 Moore*. p. 2 0 10 10 ?Dooln . 10 10 0 0 Brennan, p. 1 1 1 0 1 0 Totals .12 12 15 27 11 2 ?Battcd for Moore in flfth innlng:. The score by innlngs: R. Richmond .0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 Phlladelphla .0 4 12 200 2 1-12 Summary: Earned runs?Hlclimond, 2; Phlladelphla. S. Two-baae hlts-Bates (2). Homo run?Tltus. Thrre-bnso hlts?I.and graff, Mageo, Knabo and Doolan. Left on bases?Richmond, S; Phlladelphla, 9. Stolen bases?Wallace. Tltus. Grant, Doolan (2), Check and Brennan. Sacrlflce hlt?Batcs. Bases on balls?Off Verbout, lj off Brooks, li off Jackson. 2; off Moore. 1. Hlt by pltched ball?Cheek. Struck out?By Ver? bout, li by Jnckson. 2; by Moore. 4; by Brennan. 4. Hlts?Off Verbout. 7 ln 3 In? nlngs; off Brooks. 3 in 3 innlngs; off Jack? son, 5 ln 3 Innlngs: off Moore. 3 In 4 Innlngs; off Bronnan. 1 in G Innlngs. Time of game, 1:50. Umplre. Macc. Attendanco, 2,300. Stanton. Sacrlllco fly, Cunnlngham. Left on baacs?Prlnceton, 11; Vlrglnla, 1. Double play, Warwlck to Reed. Passed balls, Rohan. Urnpiro, RIgler (National Leaguo). Tlme. two houra. ? XO DEC1SIOX IX KX.IXK CASE. Xntlonnl CiiniiiiU .Ion ln l.onq; Svsxton I'liiln lo I-cncli Aerceiucut. Cinclnnatl, O., March 25.?After do batlng for' flvo hours, the National Commlsslon adjourned hero late to day, without taking any U.flnlto ac? tion regardlng tho application of Johnny Kllng for rolnstatainent Into thc good graccs of organized baae ball. "The National Commlssion has fail cd thus far to reach an agresment In the Kllng case," said' Chalrman Herr mann. r.'-We have exchangecr views ali along the line, and can come to no conclu slon. Wo -wlll exchange addltlonal vlews by wlre or mall, an.-] oxpect to reach a declsion by next Thursday at the latest." Ban B. Johnso'n and Thomas .T. Lynch sald an agreement would cer? tainly be reached wlthln ?he next week. Undecided ? As to whtt kind of thoej you want to wear? Pay our sto.-e a \ .iit aad fet us show you lhe latest styles in REGAL SHOES FOR WOMEN and you'11 be no loager in doubt. No other teedy-to.wcar shoes can be compared with lliern for doiaty style?nor for the perfect fit nnd comfort in.y.ed by Regel quailtT-slsa, BOY'S SHOES $2 and $2.50 iVatkins, Bibb & Malooe, ^'tiiilHttlM^fttflll* >X Why Not Be Correctly Dressed on the Great Dress Day of the Year? Come to-day and you will find correct style, exclusive fabric,* perfect tailoring and pleasant service. Every effort has been made to make the scason's exhibit an educational treat?to demonstrate the marked advancement made in rcady-service clothes?and also to assist you in deter mining your wishes in regard to the Spring Suit. Superior Clothes, ready for Easter wear, $10.00 to $33.00 $10.00?TEN DOLLARS?$10.00 A remarkable value in Men's Handsome Spring Suits, perfect fitting clothes that are properly tailored. At this price you won't find them evcrywhcre. The Suits we are showing bear all the ear marks of thc higher priced garments. Pretty colorings of thc new spring shades of grays, blues and others. * A Suit Cl A AA you'll pay $15.00 for elsewhcre. _I.1U.UU Men's Furnishings for Easter Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery, Vests?that's thc whole story. Everything that a man needs for spring wear is here. Hcre's a suggestion of just a few articles that are comparativcly incx pensive, but will improve a man's appearance?one of our new Collars with one of our new Cross-Stripe Four-in-Hands and one of our new Vests. You'll approve our taste. Hats.?You will have no trouble in getting a Ilat that will suit thc contour of your face and head. Soft Hats are very much in vogue now. Wc have quite a varicty in shapes and shades. ln Dcrbvs we have all the shades in height of crown and width of brim. WILL PUT FIILS IN GDLF CONTEST f Miss Fownes, of Pittsburg, and Mrs. Vanderbeck, of Philadelphia, Rivals.* [Special to The Times-Dispatch.l Pinehurst, N. C, March 25.?-Mlss Mary Fownes, of the Oakmount Coun? try Club. Plttsburg, and Mrs. C. E. Vanderbeck, of Phlladelphla. meet In the llnal round ln tho annual united North and South golf champlonshlp for women. as a result of to-day's senil final round. Mlss Fownes defeated her olubmatc, Miss Elklns. and Mrs. Vanderbeck beat Mr*. J. Kaymond Price, also of the Oakmont Club. In the consolatlon Mrs. C. S. Water house, of Brookllne, and Mrs. L XV. Hornblower, of South Orange, remaln. The final in tho second elght was de? clded to-day ln favor of Mlss Clalre Henwiek. of New York, who defeated Mrs. J. G. Splane. of Plttsburg. A full BUfnniary of to-day's seml-ilnal match play round follows: Champlonshlp?Mrs. C. It. Vander? beck, Phlladelphla. beat Mrs. J. Kay? mond Price, four and three: Miss Mary Fownes, Pittsburg, beat Mlss Loulse Elkins. Pittsburg, five and four. Consolation?Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse. Brookllne, beat Mrs. XV. C. Fownes, Jr., Plttsburg, three and two; Mrs. L W. Hornblower, South Orangc, beat Mrs. j, P. Gardner, Chlcago, slx and five. Second elght?Miss Clalre Ilenwick, New Vork, beat Mrs. .1. G. Splane, Plttsburg. three and two. PLAY IX XOHPOliK TO-DAY. WnNhlutt"" Team Wlll Make I,ast Ap penraucc lu Thut Clty. rSnecial to Tlie Tlmes- Dlspatch.l Norfolk, Va., March 25.-?Tho Sen? ators wlll make thelr flnal appearance ln Norfolk to-morrow afternoon. play Ing tho Tars. As yot tho lino-up of the teams and probable pltchors havo not boevi select? ed, but wlll bo announced thls after? noon. ' , The excellent weather ot tho past two days has workod wondors wlth the men. Yesterday tho condltlonn were Ideal, and all of.tho players were AVil. to warm up and Uirn thomselves loose in .throwing nnd sprlntlng. lt the weather eontlnues as warm the tans can look for a great gamo to. inorrow afternoon. Sklpper Clark announces the follow? lng schedule of exhibition gaines: Aprll 4 and 5?Glants. April 8?Now York Amerlcans, Aprll 0, 11 and 12?Altoona, of the Trl-Stato League. Tho. Swartniore College team hon wired Manager Clark, askliig If the dates of March 29 and 30 aro open. Thoy want to play tlio Tars. If the financial arrnngemonts can be made satlsfactory to the two teams _hq gaines wlll ho put on, Sklpper Clark expects to arrange later for other games, prooedlng the opening of the .Virginia League on April 21. . ...??. ^ V. P. 1. WINS FIRST (5AJIE, Big Score nf .*! to 1 DcfcatH Itutgcn. Collctce Team. [Special to Tho Times-DIspatch. 1 Blacksburg, Va., March 23.?V, p. I. defeated Rutgers Collogo hero this af. ternoon In the llrst baseball game oi the season by eu. score of 0 to 1. The features of tho game wero a three baggor by Hodgeson. a pretty catch on second by Holtzman. and the strlk? ing out of thlrteen men by Renfer, for V. P. I., andj-n good catch in left by -lllliken, for Rutgers. Summary: Hlts?off Renfer. 4: oft Andrea. 7. Struck out?by Renfer. 13: by Andrea, 6. Errors?V. P. I..1; Rut? gers, 7. Batterles: V. P. I., Renfer and Legge: Rutgers, Andrea nnd Bowen. Umnlres. Johnson and Vawter. V. P. I. HIGH SCHOOLS PLAY GAME. KiuKlon Deteain Vi_iti_i_. WIlHon Team by Score of 10 io 5. rspeclal to The TImes-Dispatch.l Klnston, N. C March 25.?The Kin ston Hlgh School baseball team de? feated the team of tho Wilson High School hero -to-day In a very pretty game. The homo team shows excellent fOrm In team work and base runnlng Scoro by innlngs: R. H. E Klnston .l_-?-22020?10 0 B Wilson .0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1? n 6 5 Batteries: Ilobgood antl Boney: Far? mer and "Warren. W. C. Jlrb.vn Purehnnes ??Albla." Boston, Muss,. Maroh 2_.?It was an? nounced that W. C. Brown. prosldont of the Now Vork C. ntral Railroad. has putchased thc trottlng inare Albla. 2:10 l-l, and that he wlll campalgn the mare on the grand clrcult thla year, together wlth other trotters whlch he oxpectt. to purchase. MukkiiuiiKcii Loh.x I-|ra< Guittc. [Special to The Tlmc_-T_ l..|_atch.l WOodstocH; Va,, Mnrch '.'ii.?Mtissa nutten Academy opOnod tho baseball season, und wns defeated by Oettys burg (Pa.) Collcgd. The scoro: p. n, u, Massanulteu . 2 4 .1 Geltysburg . 7 5 v BatterioH; Casiie, Bull and Harrison: Kopplo und Bcard. IIAGREEMENT OH FORWARD PASS New York. Mareh 25.?The forward pass ls an eloment of modern football both so Important and so dcbatabla that the Intercollegiate rules commlt tee adjourned to-nlght, after eight; hours of actlvo dlscusslon with nat progress to report. "I thlnk a settlement of our dlfll-. cultles is in slght," sald E. K. Hall, 08 Dartmouth. "ln fact, wc are nearer a deflnlte agreement now than we hava been at Hny tlme heretofore, but thero ls nothing to announce yet." The sessions wero secret, and such litnlted Information as Mr. Hall would vouchsafo was all that could be ob . talncd. lt was understood that _io voto was taken to-day and that no formal agreement has beenVeached. Ic wa* apparent that there had boen de? clded dlfferences of oplnlon as to what ought to be done. The forward pass has both lts ad vocates and its opponents 011 tho com? mittee. and untll they can agree thoro ls no knowlng what shape football for 1910 wlll Issue from their dellberatlons. In tho hope of reachlng an early agree? ment tho committeo wlll meet agaln at S:30 o'clock to-morrow, but lf no, set? tlement of dlfllcultles seems posslble then ndjournmenf wlll bo taken untll later ln the spring. Most of to-day was spent ln an ef? fort to learn on what common ground the members could meet. In the matter, of genoral pollcy they are ln substan-, tlal accord. but on detalls of tacti a there was found to be a wide difference of oplnlon. There waa an Impresslon that bot.i tho forward pass and iho onsldo klck^wlll be rotained, for though no- ballot was taken, ln tho free dls? cusslon allowed indlvidual proforences camo out strongl>v _ ?*?" Cornell l.onex .0 Hnvrcfonl. Ithacu. N. Y.. March 25.?-The Cornell Assoclatlon football team lost to thaj, Havreforcl Collego team to-day by a score of 3 to 0, Good Whiskey Stlmulates the clrculatlon of the blood: For most headaches Suni^BrooR Whiskey lt I? abaolutely pure, natural straleht ?whiskey. mellowed By in only, and wlth a dellclous flavor. Uied Judlciomsly lts ef feet ls both invlj.oratln_ and exhllaratln*. The 'Grepn Government 8tamp"on each bottle ls offlclal proof that it has been di?. tllled. ??_d unil botlUd under direcl iup?i vislon of U. S. Government ln?pe_tori. SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO. J.ff.non County, KENTUCKY A FULL QUARTS FORCE f-UV CXH.ESS PREPAID- -P%_ H. CLARKE __ SON, Incorporated 1208 E, Main St, General Dbt'rs, Richmond, Vs.