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MANY COLLEGES WILL TAKE PART IN EVENT Southern Intercollegiate Track Meet Will Be Held on Lambeth Field-Saturday?Num? ber of Notable Competitors. f Speclal to The Tlinos-Dlspatch.l Charlotteaville, Va., March 80.?The Boutlicrn Intercollegtate track meet, whlch wlll he held on Lambeth Fleld ut tho Unlverslty of virginia Saturday blds fair to eclipse aii similar events held here in recent yeara. Athletes uf the llrst order are comlng Irom all dlrectlons to competo with VifKlnlu und among themselves. One of Vlrginla's moat dansrerous rl vals for llrst liopors ls Clemson Col? lege. of South Carolina, whlch wlll be lbpresenteil by slx llyers. Last year Clemson won llrst honors in tho South? ern Intercollfglate meet, when it was held at Atlanta, and year before last, on the samo occasion. th?y captured eecond honors at Nashvllle. Other notablo compotitors aro Waka FOrest Coiietro, which !? sendlng twelve rt:rn. and Georgetown, which Ih also s'-ndlnrc twi-l.c. Georsre Washlngton v. iu also bo represented by oulte a Xew men. Baltimore Clty College, Eplscopal Hlgh School nnd Woodberry FJorcsi School ur'1 among the preparatory achools scndlnff men. Several havo entere.d men ln a number of events. Tho Business Hljth School, of "WabhiiiKlon, has been pntered ln the pole vault. thf 120-yard hurdles and the 220-yard hurdles?all scholastlcs. George Washlngton haa made entrfea ln tho 100-yard iia-'i. tbe 220-yard da.?h, the HO-yard dash, the 880-yard dash, fho mllo run,k tha tivo-mlle run, the shot put and ;!>? h(imm<>r throw, Clemson College haa men entered In the 100-yard dash, the 220-yard dash, Th" broad Jump, the :'hot nut. tbe hatn nier throw, tlie hiish hurdle.?. the low -1 21 '1 aEftK W, ? / ^|n2U^^2BiUii?!i_Bfii":ru"rwj d^iu :l!l J 3S 5*1* fc? T? K M' *iilu_v3? 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M? and wlll he run In the followlnsr order: Colleglati?lnO-yard dash. 220-yard dash, 440-yard dash, 120-yard hurdles, 880-yard run, rnlle run, two-mlle run. ard hurdles, broad luinn, shot nut1 (slzteen-pound)i hammcr throw. hlgh! jump and pole vault. T,,o i-cholastirs wlll follow the sam? I Order, after which the one-mile relay for the championship of the South wlll bc run. Handsome gold, sllver and bronso medals wlll be awarded ln collesriato i. holnstic events. Cold medals for Iftdlvlduals lu wlnnlntc rc-lay team. Large silver cup for polnt trophy, open to colleges and schools. CISMONT WINS TRACK MEET. Defeat* Stnnry Polnt Sf(nad bv Seorp ol 03 t<> 43. Keswlck, Va., Mareh "')??The dual track meel between tho ?'i?mont HlKh School and Pc ? liiich School toolt place ? nn tli? urounds of th? Cismont wi.irii had h'.>n iplendldly ar ransed for tho m?ct- Clsmont'a vlctory was mlnr, rerultlng in m to 13. Thc track met ooeupled th'- entire morn lr,^- and wns greatly enjoyed by thc lar<;<) prr??nt. Luneheon ivan served on tho cro'jnds. and In tho afternoon ther>, >m a 0na camn of hall between Cismont aml Campbell, agaln r'?-.i:tin< in a vlctory for Cismont wlth a icora c: 11 to 11. umvERsmr loses TO Game at Cliarlottcsvillc Attracts Largest Crowcl of Season. WITMER NOT IN USUAL FORM Quakers Also Take Track Meet by Score of "6 to 32. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatoh.1 Charlottesvillo. Va., Mnrch 30.?Be? fore the largest crowd ot the season. attracted by a double blll?a track meet and a baseball game?Pennsyl? vania to-day made it two stralghtb from Vlrglnla. Score, ;J to 0. The Quakers deserved thelr vlctory, for Pierce, who was on tfte flrlng line, was in splendld form. He allowed but two hlts, one of them a scratch. and was backed up by superb ficldlng. Aldendeifer made the only error when he fumbled an easy grounder. Pennsylvania hatters secured seven hlts off of Wltmer, who dld not ap? pear ln his usual form nt the opening of the eontest. In the flrst he walked Thayer and Aldendeifer, who was safo on Blnkoney's futnble. Captain Wood btat out a hunt. Wlth the bases loaded and no hands down, lt looked had for Virginia. Pierce sent a screech lng hit to left neld, scoring Thayer. hut Aldendeifer and Wood were both caught between bases. and thero was no further scoring. The other two runs made by the Quakers came ln the fourth inning. Smlth was safo on Wltmer's bad throw to first, and romped home on Cozzen's drlve to centre. Deacon count ed on Sniiley's timely hit to rlght Beld. Hero Wltmer tlghtened up and held the vlsltors safe during the re malnder of the eontest. The flelulng feature of the j?ame wa.? Doacon's jurnping catch of Rohan's llner In the second Inning. Aldendeifer p ll up another fast game at second, at-ccptlnp nine out of ten chances. Deacon also ilelded sharply, and Coz zens starred behlnd the bat, despite thc fact that he had a flnger Injured by a foul tip. Pennsylvania pulled off two fa;;t double plays. For Vlrglnla, Hltch at second, Doug? las nt third, and Llie in rlgh garden dld the best work. The last named cut off two rnnners at thlrd base by hls accurate throws. Douglas (?ernrcd the only clean hit for the locals. Vlrglnla plays Amherst to-morrow nnd Frlday Ponnsylvanlu. Players: \I> h r>. > j; Vlrglnla. AB. II. O. A. t\itmer, p. 3 1 1 ; 1 , Totals '.S 2 T. 12 1 Sroie by Innlngi: 1?. JI. E. P?nn*>lvan!a .1 0 0 : ft 0 0 0 0? 3 7 1 Virclnla .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6?0 2 t Summary: Runs?Thayer, Smith, Deacon. Struck out?By Pierce, ?; by Wltmer. 4. Bases on balls?Off Pierce, l; off Wltmer. 4. Sacritlce hits?Wood. Stolen base*?Wood. Deacon, Blake ney. Left on bases?Pennsylvania, S; Virginia. 3. Douhe plays?Deacon to Aldendeifer to Hayden: Deacon to Hayden: Witmer to Carter. Hit by pitcher?Thayer. Deacon, Lile. Doug? las. Passed ball?Cozzens. Umplre? Hlgler, National League. The Track Meet. Vlrglnia'.- track team surprised Its warmest admlrers to-dnv bv making a total of thirty-two polnts ln the dual meel with the Unlverslty of Pennsyl? vania, tis against seventy-slx polnts for the Quaker squad. Captain "Larry" Martln. who waa entered In the hur? dles and high Jump, was barred by a recent illness. as was Burke, the sprint cr. who ran next to Rector in the hun dred-yard dash In the Yale meet here last sprlng. Seven Virginia records were broken and one tled. ln tlie hlgh Jump, Bur? dick. tlie Pennsylvania star, cleared lhe bar at ." feet 10U inches. The Vir? ginia record was made by "Larry" Martln. The records smashed were the quarter mile, half mile, two mile, 220 yard dash. 220 yard hurdles, and ham mer throw. The star performer, of course. was Paull, the cham'plnn inter colleglate miler, who was seen only in the half mile and two mile run. In the fornier event it looked as if he would he defeated by WIHshire. but in the ltist few yards of tlv. .-ace the Quaker spurted, nnd broke the tape ahead of the Vlrginlan. In the two mile run, Paull far outclassed hls com petitors, winning easily by over half a lap. Next In tlie Umelight was Stanton, Virglnia's all-round athlcte. In a great race, he captured the quarter mile dash, clipping one-fifth of a second off thc Vlrglnla record, and defoating such men as Hough and Ramsdell. After going fifty yards, - Stanton tried to como through on tho lnside, hut was apparently elbowed by Hough. Ho pulled up, took the outside, and set the pace. He started a spurt at .100 yards, but Hough came up, and the two ran neck and neck lor ten yards. Stanton then pulled away, and won by several yarda. Two yards from iho finish Hough was pockctcd. and henten by Todd, siibquarter 011 the football team. Thc Callfornlan repeated In the 220 yatd dn.'.h. At tho crack of the pistol he jumped into the lead, nnd was never headed, though closely pressed at tlie linlsh bv Ramsdell, th.> big Pennsyl? vania sprinter. Tho tlmo wns one-lltth of a second behlnd tlie collegiate rec? ord. and two-lifths of a second faatc-r than tho Vlrglnla record. In thc hlgh jump, Burdick and Lane tled for tirst place. In the Jump off, Burdick won with the bar at 5 feet 11% Inches. Virginia hdd no entry in the pole vault. "Mlke" Murphy, Pcnnsylvanla s noted tralner, sald the track was in flno shape. and tho weather just the kind in Whlch records aro broken, except that it ls rather earlv ip iho season. He was greatly enthused over the showing of Stanton, and says ho Is easily .Intercolleglate timber. The California n had not tralned for to. day's meet, and has been playlng base? ball for tho past fortiilglu. Summaries of the track meet aro as follows: 100-yard dash?Ramsdell, Pennsyl vania, flrst; Mlnds, Pennsylvania, sec? ond; Irwin, Pcnnsylvanla, thlrd. Tlme, 10 seconds. 220-yard dash?Stanton, Vlrglnia, first; Ramsdell, Pennsylvania, second; Irwin, Pennsylvania, thlrd. Tlmo, 21 2-5 Beconds. 120-yard hurdlee?Haydock, Penn? sylvania, first; Scott, Pennsylvania, second; Ilolladay. Vlrglnla, thlrd. Tlmo, 1G 1-5 seconds, i:20-yard liurdles?Haydock, Penn? sylvania, flr&i; Ilolladay, Virginia, s.Qcond; Marla? _3?fiansyjl,YAni,at ,'lblicl, If You Want The Pianola Piano's ...Efficiency Then you must have thc PL-WOLA PIANO itself. Other Player Pianos are preventr-d hy patents from copying ils most valuable feature*. The name "PIANOLA Plano" ap? ply only to the instruments made hy thc Aeolian Company and sold by us. Aeriola Pianos $450 up Pianola Pianos $550 up Walter D. Moses & Co., || 103 E. Broad Street. Oldest Music House in Virginia and North Carolina. Tlme, 25 1-5 seconds. Quarter mlle?Stanton, Vlrt-rlnla, ilrst; Smlth, Pennsylvanla, second; Todd, Virginia, thlrd, Time, 51 sec? onds. Half mlle?Paull, Pennsylvanla, Ilrst; Wiltshlre. Virginia, second; Fos? ter, Pennsylvanla, tlilrd. Tlme, 2 min? utes. Mlle?Leverlng-. Pennsylvanla, flrBt; Boyle, Pennsylvanla, second; Bodley, Pennsylvanla, third. Tlme, 4:31 1-5. Shot put?Klder, Pennsylvanla, flrst; Cocke, Virginia, second; Pierce, Vir? ginia, thlrd. Distance, SS feet. Broad Jumi>?Butler, Virginia, ilrst; Gooch, Virginia, second; Juckson, Pennsylvanla. third. Distance. 21 feet, 4 1-2 Inches. High Jump?Bu.rdlck, Pennsylvanla, first; I.ane, Pennsylvanla, second; Hey born, Pennsylvanla, thlrd. Helght, ?, feet, 10 1-2 inches. Two-mile run?Paull, Pennsylvanla, Ilrst; Wllson. Pennsylvania, second; Davls, Virginia, third. Time. 9 min? utes. 55 1-5 seconds. Hamnier f.!irow?Coleman, Pennsyl? vanla, first: Powell, Pennsylvanla, sec? ond; Cocke, Virginia, thlrd. Distance 124 feet. 8 inches. Pole vault?Blakeley, Penr/.ylvania, first; Heyborn, Pennsylvanla, second. Helght, il feet. Total polnts?Pennsylvanla, 76; Vir? ginia. 32. -VF.IVAIUC DEFEATS IIOANOKE. Tnkea Srcond Game of Srrlr* |iy Scoro ?if 7 to 0. [Spoclal to Thc Tlmes-DlsDatch.1 Roanoke. Va.. Mar.-li 30.?Nowark took the second game ot the serles from Roanoke to-day by the score of 7 to 0. Costly errnrs were responsible for many of the runs. S on K. II. E. Roanoke .o o 0 n c o i o n?n a a Newark .10 0 0 0 1 D 2 ??7 9 1 It may be froin overwork, but the chances are its from an in active LIVER.___?? With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity. It can be kept ln healthf ul actioD by, and only by We Selt and New Process Gas Ranges, New Columbia, Leonarcl Cleanable and Opalite Refrigerators. Cash or Credit. it'Viivu j_l_ti vu* %% w*< (Incorporated.) 1418-20 E. Main St. Tenth nnd Hrond Streets, nicliiuoud, Vn, <OOG> FULL TURKISH BATH Open Day and Night. Kxpert Men In Attendance. MxMm ?1111 , The_ Blue Mouse [-IW-RgHP W, wmwi Long Filler Hand-Made 9 for lSc___ Cigars CATCHER KUNG IS BACK IN FOLD He Will Bc Reinstated, but Se. vere Terms of Commission Must Be Met. Clnclnnatl, Ohio, March 30.?John G Kllng, tlio premler catcher of tho Chi? cago Natlonals, wlll be reslnstated in organized baseball upon hls payment of u nne of $7"", accordlng to tho dc clslon of the National Commission, made publlo. to-day. The declslon was signed by chalrman August Hcrrmann and Thomas J. Lynch, president of tlie Na? tional League. B, B. Johnson, president of thc American League, dld not sign. The commlsslon wlll require Charles W. Murphy, president of the Chicago Nntionals. to show cause why he should not he lined nt lenst $200 for the vio latlon of rule it. whlch forblds a club to submit a new contract to an lnili Klble player. Kurthermore, thc Chlcflg Natlonals wlll not be allowed to tradf sell or release Kllng for one seasoi nor wlll II ho permitted to pay Kllng's tine, dlrectly or Indlrcctly, under a "sc vere" penalty. Kllng was lined solely for hls con? nectlon wlth the Mlssouri Athletlc Club's semi-profeyslonal team, of Kan? sas Clty, and his pluy ing wlth and against Inellgiblc players during tho tlme he wns wlth that club. Kllng wus fincd $200 for his "action wlth refer? ence to hls connectlon with thc Mls? souri Athletlc Club. and particularly in permtttlng an lnellglble player (Fra? zer) to partlclpate ln games wlth that club." He will also he requlred to pay a fine of $200 for his vlolatlon of rule 41 and $-:0O additlonnl for his vlolation of that rule in detiance of thc National Commission. Kllng will also bo re? qulred to carry out the lenns of hls orlginal contract, whlch still has one niorc season to run. This called for a salary of $l.soo a year. The commls? slon states that Kllng's action cannot TRAVIS LEADS CLASSY FIELD IN TOURN AM ENT Former Champion Wins Gold Medal, With Bril? liant Card?Entrance Best Without aParallel at Pinehurst?Continues Through Saturday [Special to The Times-Dispatch.l Pinehurst, N. C, March 80.?Walter J. Travis, former British and natlonal champlon, led a classV fleld In to-day's thlrty-slx-hole nuallileation round. of Ihe tenth annual United North and South atnateur i-hamplonshio golf totir nament, winnlnir the gold medal offer ed, v. i:!. i brilliant .-ard ot" UT. rounds of seventy-four and seventy-three. Close a::r-r hlm. in I'.J.. came SV. K. Tuckerman, of the Chevy Chase Club. The cards* ?Mr. Travis?Out. I. .'.. 4. 5. 4. 2, 7, 3, 1?38; In, I, ?.. t. I. I. 4. 4, 3. 5?30?71 nut. t, :-. I. I. l. :.. ". 2. 5 -36; In. 5. 5. 4, 4. 4. 4. !. :'.. 4?37?73?117. Mr. Juckermao?Out. 5. 4. 3, 4, 6. 4. 5. 4, 4?,19; in, 5. 4, 4. 5, 4. 3. 5. 5. 5?40 ?79. Out, -">, 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 3. 3?35 in, 7. 4. 4, 4. 4. 3. 4, 3, 5?3S?73?152. One hundred and seventy-four, and a trlplo tle between II. H. Cutler. ot Blue .Mound: S. D. Wyatt. of Fond Dll Dac, and T. D. Hierce. of Woodland, marked the llmlt of admlsslon to the flrst dlvlslon, Mr. Cutli-r winnlng thc play-olT. The entrance fWld numbered 10>i, and in the way of class and renresentation, the tournament is without a parailel, Match plav ..-ontinues through Satur? dav, concluding wlth thlrty-slx-holo flnals In slx dlvlslons. Tlie score: Champlonship cup, or first dlvlslon? HIO GRANDE TAKES tftt Ridden by Tommie-?Wright, He Is Returned Winner in Atna? teur Selling Stakes. Jacksonvllle, Kla., March 30.?Tho (Vmateur selllng stake, second only to the Derby on tho stake roster ot Mon crle/ Park, was productlve of an ex? cellent race, P.io Grande, capably rid? den by Tommle Wrlght. of Baltlmore, belng returned a winner. Mr. "Wrlght was presented wlth a handsome gold lovlng cup. Summarles: : Flrst race?-flvo furlongs. purse? Flying Squirrel (9 to 20> first, Mlsa Lorls (S to 1) second, Autumn Hose (7 to 1> thlrd. Time. 1:00 4-5. Second race?rour furlongs, purse? Bodcga (13 to 1) flrst, Supple (D to 5) second, Douls Katz (10 to 5) third. Time, :49 4-5. Thlrd race?six furlongs, purse?El , Orn (S to 5) lirst, Splendlda (S to 1) 1 second, Mary Ruo (17 to 1) thlrd. I Time, 1:13 2-6. Fourth race?mllo and seventy yards. 'selling, iimiitour selllng stake, tor gen tlumen riders?Klo Grande (4 to 5) lirst, Ktlion (9 to 5) second, Pocomoke (:l to 5) third. Time, 1:46 4-5. Ethon and Pocomoko coupled In bettlng. Fifth race?soven furlongs, purse? Pinto (2. lo 1) Ilrst, Consolc (10 to 11) second. Spanish Prlnce (S to 1) thlrd. Time, 1:27 1-5. Slxth race?mlle and a slxteenth. purse?Vaina (9 to 2) first, Golcontla (f to 6) second, Kl Fall (9 to 2) third Tlme, 1:47 3-u. ?i-1-. RACES AT WARHENTOX. LInt of Entrlea for I'olnt <o Pnlui Eveutis Aiinouuccd. I Spoclal io The Tlmos-Dlspatch. 1 Warrenton, Va., March 30.?Below art given tho ollicial enlries. just an? nounced, for tho point to point races to be run hore April 2: "Warrenton Steeplechase?Glmcrack ,T. P. Stone; Merryrnan, C. II. Smlth; My Colleen, F. M. "Wyeth; Annle Bruce J. K. Maddux; Charylodls, C. B. Stone Jlall'hred Steeplechase?Ociunciuit, C II. Smlth; Keystone, .lullan Kelth; Tht Judge, o. ll. Wlley, Hunters' Steeplei'hase--Prlde of Ivan hoe, N. F. Neer, Jr,; Pu'ok, B. X.. Ad amsorr. Floraldale, John DeForent, Bal tlmore, Md.; Martln Cosgrove, Georg( Brown, Baltiinoro, Md.; Magnolla, J. K Maddux; Gnretie, U Keith. _-??.??_?-??? VICTOHV FOtt LAFAYETTE. Gullford Collego Tcum Uefeulud hi Score of 3 to 1. [Speclf.1 to Tho TlmeH-Dispatcli.l Wlnston-Salom. N. C, March 30.?T.a fayelte Collego defeated Gullford Col leR'o here thls al'tornoon, 2 lo l, In B pretty game. Double plays wero amonn tlm foaiurei. Guilt'urd's rlght tleldet lost thb gamo by throwlng a miiff.'nl ball away, Catcher Siuurt, for Gull? ford, illd atar work. Score hy Innlngs; U. 11. M 1 .afavet le .02000000 0?3 7 i Gullford .loooooooo?i 3 -i BatterlOH: Fugor antl' Maisou tttic tX'^vai'i JJ.vea and" Stuart. ......_^m :'. New^Errgland NORTH COAST Enjoy a scashore summer worth while. Rcservations may now bc madc for the Season of I9IO Hurirlrerls of cmy neasulc homes witl soon he ready to male you comfortable oryoti will find thc fnmoui hotel* of this region everythingyou demand in lux urious appointments and exclusiveness. A two cent stamp hrinpn you literature that wlll Riveyoualldetailstoaid ln planning your vacation Write, telephone or call at Clty TteUet Office, 171 Broadway, New York Clty .; TSLErilONE, S121 CORTLANDT aMaine M l?(ULfio?n bo tormcd a "vlolation of contract," as It has heen understood and accepted ln baseball law. In spenklng of tho leave of absence granted Kllng by Murphy on April fi, 100U, tho declslon says thnt Murphy's statemcnts are mlsleadlng. It says that tho leave ot absence hns no hearlng on the case, as "lt was not one entered into or agreed upon in good falth." Tlie statemcnts of Kllng that ho did not know he was playlng wlth or against Inellglble players nbout Kansas Clty and in the serles played wlth Chi? cago are tormcd "not correct nor truc'' in the declslon. Wlll Ablde by Terms. Kansas Clty, Mo.. Marcli SO.?"Al? though the terms Imposed hy the Na? tional Commission aro pretty sevcre, I shall ablde by them, and It wlll afford me the greatest dellght to play wlth Chicago agaln," said .lohn Kllng to-day, when apprlsed of the declslon of the National Commission ln hls case. "I think the nne is too hlgh, and it ls not to my llklng to play for a salary of $4,600, but I love baseball and I am wllllng to meet the conditlons Imposed against mo in order to get back* Into the game, ' said Kllng. W. J. Travls, Garden Clty, ii, .a?n.. W. R. Tuckerman. Chevy Chase. T9. 7;i?1S2; .1. P. Gardner, Midlothlan. !:?. 82?161; Walter Falrbanks, Denver. 84. M ?162; Wolcott Tuckerman, Chevy Chase, Sl, .s:i?iat; Henry C. Fownes, Oakmont. 70, S3?164; C. West Talnter. Lakewood, 87, 77?164; foloncl J. E. Smith, Wilmlngton. 7!', si>?16G. w. T. . -'i -166; C. B. ,. 85?170: John 171; W. C. ? - 172; Al ., 84, 88?173: W line, 8*. S5?173:1 avon. 80. & 1?17:t. >und. 91. 83?174. second divlsion?I T. D. Hlerce. Woodland. 84', 84?174: Kobert Hunnter, Weedburn. 89, 87?176; J. B. Speer, Plttsburg. 92. 85?177; Geo. C. Dutton. Oakley, 92. Sfi?178; C. L. Hccker, Woodland. 91, SS?179; I. S. Robeson, Oak Hlll. S4, Si?179: J. D. Foot, Apawmals, 91, 89?1S0: J. B. Ken nedy, Mahonlng, 93. 8S?1S1: R. li. Lln? coln. Worcester. 92. 90?1S2: B A, Johnson, Baltimore, 92. 90?1S2; F. K. Robeson, Oak Hill, 91. 92?IS3: J. M, Thompson, Spring Haven, S7. 97?184: O. J. Webster. Mlsslanga, 94. 90?184: L. E. Beall, Unlontown. 93. 92?186: Ra'hn Gardner. Midlothlan. 97. 89?ISij; K. M. Hunt, Gloucester. 91, 96?187. iNITY TO OUTHtmi TRIP Team in Fine Condition to Fin? ish Out Its Sched? ule. Durham, Sf, C, March 30.?All the men on the team have settled down to hard work, und aro beglnnlng to show the result ?>( thc cftlclent coachlng of pr. Merlo T. At? klns. A tralning table was Inslltuted at thc beglnnlng of the :?? ? .-on, nml under th.. personal superivlslon ot Dr. Atklns the men nre well carcd for. The OUter garden ls spleiulldly equipped wlth tteldeis; llarrla. Cooper, i-'ouslieu u ' lk-ndcrson, all excellent baiteis and sn of foot. The Intlcld wlth Walter West (cap talni on llrst, Bunday at second. Claudo West on shortstop and Houston at tliird, la perhaps tho fustoal lutielil Trlnlty has liad in some years. Tho battlng of Flowers, catcher, In gamoa already played, ovlnees tho fact that Ue ia to be dreaded. Two threo-base hlta. wlth soveral clean slngles, lo not bad oul of four gamos. Gantt and Godfrey. pltehers. have certainly proved thelr mettlo, and are devoloptng more speed and curves as the aeason adyances, Tha games played thus far havo been character lzcd by double plays?four In a rocent gamo witli Amherst?star ciitchea and ex? cellent tlirowlng on the part of the llnlders. Tlie manager, Mr. Crawford, haa tlnully made airangt-ments for tlie team to go South on tlielr annual tour. Tho schedulo for tlie .Southern trlp follows: April S?Clemson Collego at Clemson Col? lege. Aprll 9?Clemson Collego at Clemson Col? lege. Aprll 11?Spartanburg Leaguo at Spartan? burg, S. C. Aprll 15?Spartanburg Leaguo at Spartan? burg, S. C. Aprll 13?Unlverslty of Georgla at Athens, Oa. Aprll H?Unlverslty of Georgia at Athens, Ga. Aprll 15?Mercer Unlverslty at Macon, Ga. Aprll 18?Morcer Unlverslty a' Macon, Ga, MSTI.F.SS C.UIM AT IIALEIGIT. A. nml SI. Defeatu Dcliiwnre College by Score of ti to 0. ISpeclal to The Times-DIspatch.] Ralelgh, N. C, March 30.?In a 11st less game here thls afternoon, A. and M. defeated Delaware College 2 to 0. Tho features of lhe game were the steady pltchlng of Tuckor nnd tha throwlng of Freeman, of A. and M? from centre fleld. cuttlng oft a run at the homo plato. Score by innltiRs: R. H. 11. A. and M.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 X?2 I 7 Delaware .o o o o o o o u o?o 2 3 Batterles: A. and M.. Tucker nud Sei? fert: Delaware, .Jonos and Hoffner, Sumniary: Struck out?by Tuckor, 11; by Jones, 1. Bases on balls?by Tucker, 1: by Jones. 3. Thrco basu hlts?Freeman, ot A. and M., 1. Stolen bane*?A. and M., 5: Delaware, 1. Left on hasos?A. and M-, 3; Delaware, 3. Wild throws?Delaware, 2; A. and M., 3, Hit. by pltched bail?by Jones, 1. Umplre. Whlte. Attendance, tiOO. Tlme, 1:60. Navy Defeated, Annapolls, Md.. March 30.?Trlnlty Oollege'a busehall nine defeated the Navy thls aftornoon by p, score of 1 to 0, Trlnlty mado tlie slngla run of tlio game In tlie fourth Inning. .IllluiltOU SlgQM < (Milrm-t. Washltigtou, D. C.. March 30.?Wal? ter Johnson, the Washlngton American l^ftguo k tottm'a aiAK iwirlei*. to-day. signed hls contract for thc coml season, the manaffomont firuUly hav|| como to hln terms. Kantern Defeaia St. Jotm'n. f Spoclal to The Tlmos-Dlnoatchfll Manassas, Vn., March 30.?-tn t-est antl fastest gamn of baatl played hero thls season, Eastern..'tl I.ge ilcrcated the St. John's ptSfll tf-am by a score of 4 to 2. A Fine Piano Of Reputable Make for Only: Terms: J6.00 Per Month. This Piano is full size and in perfect condition; mahogany ca?, and wa* traded in as part payment on the swect-toned It is an unustial bargain. Chas. M. Stieff 205 East Broad Street. Richmond, Va. R I SULPHUR HANCOCK SULPHUR COMPOUND. 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