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Trinity Colleg? Manager Com?
pletes Schedule of Twenty Eight Games. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Durham, N. C, February S.?Every? thing now points to a strong nino for Tririity. Coach Atkins, uf the Balti more Orioles, is now on the ground] and lias already begun a systematic oi'dci of practice. For the next few weeks he will pay especial attention to the pitching staff. The ether play? ers, however, arc taking advantage of every pretty day. and may be seen on the field early and late, working with o vim that must ultimately mean a glorious senson lor Trinity. * Manager llanos has finally completed his schedule of games for the season. The schedule shows an aggregate num? ber of twenty-eight games,' sixteen of which are to be played on the home diamond. One noticeable feature of the sea? son will be the visit of Swarthmore. Thia college has had exceptionally strong teams in the past, and Its com? ing to Durham marks Its Initial trip through the South. For four years the Virginia Polytechnic Institute has not played any baseball within this State, tind the visit of the Virginia boys is anticipated with keen Interest. A fine aggregation of baseball artists will be found in the team which comes from Hamilton College. Now York City. This team Is also making it? fir.it trip through the Southern States. But the fact that Manager Danes has Iron able to arrange five games with Wake Fcrest. and the further fact that one of these is io be played In Durham on Laster Monday, arouses the intense Interest, not only of Durham and the student bodies of both college commu? nities, but of neighboring towns as well. There could not exist a better spirit of rivalry In college athletics, und though the Baptists won the series o( games played last season, Captain Robert Gannt, than whom there Is no better baseball pitcher among the col- | lege.-: of. the South, is confident that his I (cam this year will be able to turn the j trick and to worst Wake Forest In the \ series. The team, as will be noted from the schedule printed below, leaves for its Southern trip on April IS, and will be gonr for ten days, returning In time t?i play Hamilton College on April 29. The games arranged for the Southern trip arc with some of the best colleges of Hie South. It had been hoped that an arrangement might be made where 1 y (jlemson and Trinity would meet in Charlotte, but thia plan was found im? possible. Only a dav or so ago the Alabama Polytechnic Institute wired that they would he unable to meet Trinity for Hirer games, as had been arranged. Manager II an es, however, met the embarrassment, nnd other games were booked. The full schedule o? Trinity is: March in?Trinity Park, at Durham .\D.rch IS?Klon College, at Durham, March 23?Lafayette, at Durham. Much 24 ? Lafayette, at Durham. March 2,">?Amherst, at Durham. March 2T?Amherst, at Durham. Much 29--Wake Forest, at Wake Forest. March ?? 1?Swarthmore, at Durham. April 1?Swarthmore, at Durham. April T. ? Wake F.o'resti at Wake For? est. April 8?Wake Forest, at Raleigh. April 12?Richmond College, at Dur? ham. , April 11 ? Delaware, at Durham. April l??Wake Forest, at Durham. April 17 ? Wake .Forest, at Durham. April 19?University of Georgia, at 'Athens, Ga. April 20?University of Goorcla, at Athen?, Ga. April 21?Georgia Tech. at Atlanta, Ga. April 22?Georgia Tech, at Atlanta,! Ga. April 24?Mercer University, at Ma con. Ga April 25?Mercer University, at Ma con, Ga. - ,1 ? April '.'?>?Cleinsofi College, ni Sump tor, S. C. ' April L'7?Clemson College, at Flor? ence. S. C. April 2f'?Hamilton College, at Dur hti tn. May ??Virginia Polytechnic Insti? tute, .'it Durham. May ??Virginia Polytechnic Insti? tute. ?.t Durham. May 9?Washington and Lee, at Dur? ham. May 11?Virginia Christian College,1 r t Durham. PURIFYING THE BLOOD TSE ONLY PERMANENT CUBE / No case of Rheumatism was cvet cured except by a thorough purifica? tion of the blood ; just as long as the blood remains charged with ferment? ing uric acid poisou, the painful dis? ease will continue. The pains and aches of Rheumatism are simply su? perficial effects of the impurities in the circulation, and sometimes may be temporarily relieved by the appli? cation of plasters, liniments, hot cloths, etc. But the person who trifles with this dangerous disease by de? pending on local treatment alone, is certain to pay for the mistake with constant suffering later on. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism in the only way it is possible to cure the disease. It goes down into the blood, and re? moves the uric acid from the circula? tion, so that the nerves, bones, mus? cles and joints are lubricated and fed with nourish i n g elements instead of being continually ir? ritated and in? flamed with the sharp, uratic 1 m p u r i t y . When S. S. VS. has cleansed and purified the blood, 'the pains and aches cease, all inflammation disappears, stiffened muscles are made pliant, and every troublesome symptom of Rheumatism is permanently corrected. Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to nil who write, v JHZ SWITT SPECIFIC CO., MUvnta, Qt, The woman who entertains takes pride in serving the right things to eat and drink. With a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon in the house, she knows,,there is one part of the menu which needs no revision. Everybody likes Pabst I BlueMblbon j The Beer of Quality Those who know it best like I Blue Ribbon for its purity, uni- | formly high quality and its low i percentage of alcohol. Those ! who are drinking it for the first time, are struck by its sparkle, delicate flavor and agreeable smoothness. Whether your guest is a neigh? bor or whether he comes from Alaska, Florida or New York, he is sure to appreciate your selec? tion of this?the World's Best Beer. Made and Bottled Only by Pabst in Milwaukee Pabst Brewing Company Stocksdale Arrives to Takei Charge of Lynchburg ig11 Team. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Lynehburg, Va., ?February S.?Man- j agei' Otis H. Stocksdale, accompanied) by iiis wife and three children, reached i the city last night from Birmingham,] and from now on ho will direct the shaping up of the UM 1 Shoemakers from Lynchbtirg. Stookdale's first | work to-day was a house hunt, for lie! wants to locate as quickly as possible, and then give his attention to the team. Quite a number of players have been signed already for the team, but the manager is going slow about the mat? ter! for be does not want to slpn and bring men here who do not have a I gho?; of a show to make the team. | He is in correspondence with a number! of prospects, and if they can produce the testimonials they claim can be forthcoming, they will be signed. Among the contracts given Out to-day. which have not been printed hereto? fore, are the following: K. X. Shaw, an outfielder, of Jami? son, Ala., personally known to the man? ager, who knows of his ability as an outfielder and as a hitter. Shaw was reported some time ago as nn Inflcldcr, but [his was Incorrect, lie is expected to shaw the goods when he gets in shape, and he ought to come here in g.1 condition for work. ? Another good prospect is in Good fol? low*; n catcher, who halls from Cbvingion, Ky. Goodfelldw lias bad several years' I experience lit semi-professional work, j .'ind last year lie was regarded as brie I of the best receivers in the Cincinnati City League. Manager Stocksdale ex? pects him to make a good man to help Diieia out behind the bau F, Uill, a college and semi-profes? sional moundinnn, who halls from the city of Birmingham, is another one of I the new men. Manager Stocksdale J know s this player personally and lie thinks he has sufficient experience and j enough ability to make him it very I desirable man for the Shoemaker's ! pitching staff. Bomber, a third baseman from Cin? cinnati, another Cincinnati City Leaguer, will be brought here for a trial at third base. This man was signed after much investigation, and he gives promise of being a good man .1. R. Bellinger is a pitcher from Chambcrshurg. fa; His recommenda? tions are good. though Managet ; Stocksdale knows nothing of him per j sunnily. Within the next few days the man I agement hopes to give the fans ? line [ cm sev eral other players, though there ! will probably be nothing more, for a I day or two. ; Manager Stocksdale. who is known : over the Southern Association circuit as "The Old Cray Fox." has bad a long and successful career as a base? ball tobser. In addition to playing for neatly twenty years as a pitcher, he has for a number of years been very .successful In the coaching of college teams, an experience which is going to stand him well in hand now in the managing of the Shoemakers. The question ol retaining (he old men has not been gone into yet, bul this will be taken nj. during the next week, and when it i:- decided who Will be retained sonn releases are to be expected. Five or six of the Old men will be sold within the noxl ten days, and there may be two or three i eloases. Lmla will certainly be retained to catch, and he will do the most of It. Woolunis may come back for first, while Brooks and UrifUn are expected to aid the manager in the box work. The only other obi man llk?d.\ t,, >,,. culled back will be I lowed ell, and it is by ' no means certain that he will come. The .-talus of the old men will 1... settled now mighty quick, for (he na? tional agreement provides thai all who have not bad contracts submitted to them before March 1 become Deo a gen to. Hagaman Talks to College Squad and Tells Some Inside Things About Meet. Nothing definite has been heard as yet from the authorities of Johns Hop? kins University as to the proposal made by Richmond for entrance in the indoor track meet to be held Saturday night. Manager t'orley, of the local school's squad, sent a telegram yester? day, but up to this writing has received no reply. The local relay team is anx? ious to got a chance against the Mary laud Aygies, and. unless the outdoor meet scheduled for this spring is held, the Ualtinioro event will furnish the only opportunity. The track was entirely too slow yes? terday and too full of mud for Coach Hagaman to send his men against lime. Instead lie eorraled them in the gymnasium and gave them a talking which should help them in their future meets. a lot of inside Information which only experience can bring was dished out by Hagaman. Glad to llnvc Tnjlor. Few person;-, outside of college life can realize what it mean' to have Captain Taylor return. He. more than any one at collage, realizes the possi? bilities of the trnck team, and he can instill life and hope into the men when eevry other source fails. Not only that, h?t Taylor is a good man. He has the proper spirit, never knows Are,always worth what you pay for them. They have the qual? ities, the artistic and the lasting qualities, that only a great Piano can possess. Write for free cata? logue. Walter D, Moses & Co., 103 E. Broad Street, Oldest Music House in Virginia and North Carolina. when lie is heaton. and everybody at the school likes him. Meredith Is surprising every one. [Fe is showing marked form in the sprints, and as a member of the relay team is sure to give the man following him a good load. Altogether, pros? pects are bright for the spring meet. A meeting of the executive committee of the Athletic Association will be held Thursday night, after which definite arrangements will be announced. TIDEWATER LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERS Committee to Report on Constitution and By? laws at Meeting on February 22?Six Cities Invited to Join Organization. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Norfolk, va., February S.?The Tide? water Baseball League of Virginia, thr circuit to he composed of Norfolk, Portsmouth. Newport News, Hampton. Suffolk and Ohl Point, was organized this afternoon at the Monticello Hotel. The organisation was perfected by the election of the following officers: President. William Hannan. dr.: Vice President. T. T. VanPattcn, of Ports? mouth; Secretary, A. iL Henley, of Newport News; Treasurer, B. G; Simons, of Old Point; The president, secretory and .1. S. Holmes, of Old Point, were named as a committee on constitution and by-laws, with in? structions to report February 22 at a meeting which is to be held at the Monticello Hotel. it was also voted that the board of directors should be composed of one representative from each club In the circuit, and the preist?1 dent. The club members of the board will be named at the next meeting. Resides those mentioned above, those present at the meeting were: R. (7. Person W. C. Moore, C5. D. A. Rooker and C. A. .Tunken, representing, re? spectively, Portsmouth. Newport News: and Old point Suffolk and Hampton were not represented. ft was agreed that franchises should be offered to the Norfolk parties In? terested, through Mr. Han nan to the Portsmouth Baseball Association, to the Newport News Rasebatl Associa? tion, to the Old Point Athletic Corpora? tion, to parties in Hampton now in? terested In baseball ami to others de? siring 11 in Suffolk. It was agreed that acceptances of these franchises must be In the hands of the secretary within ten days, nnd thai representa? tives shall be at the meeting on Vfie 22nd. The men present agreed that It was 1 Touring Car, $700?Roadster, $600. 1627-29 W. BROAD ST. Two Cycle 4 Cylinders ?HB CA It THAT 11*? NO VAIA'KS. Guaranteed Engine Service. Price, gl,200 to $2,800. Imperial Motor Cnr Co., Distributer 11531 W. llrbntl St. Phone Mon. 1213. j For SO Years th? House of Quality. i Straus, Gunst & Co., Distillers and Blenders ot Pine Wbtskle*. Drink Old Henry I Its Long Record Proves Its Merit. The buyer who knows the difierccn n automobi ci will own a Jones Motor Car Co. Auen Ave. and Broad Strest. The Worth Auto Sales Co., 439-501 W Main Si. Phone Madison 7060 The Richmond Iron Works Corpora tion is now delivering the "QUALITY AND DIGNITY." ?"?? . .i'~ms9 SEE THR ;Reo "30" With Fore Doors Price $1,350 Including wind shield; top o.\tra. It DO MOTOR SAI.RS CO South Boston, Va, * not their desire as handlers of a semi professional league in tliu Tidewater, to antagonize organized baseball In Virginia, merely desiring to play inde? pendent bull, and that so far as they are concerned there will be no out? lawry tactics, unless such is forced j upon them. This was understood to ' mean that the league would respect all; contracts held by the Virginia League, j so long as they are extended the same j courtesy. If. on the other hand! It 1st the purpose of the Virginia League to make an efforc to take away from the Tidowator good players as fast as de? veloped, as has been hinted, then It. will be war to the hilt. Hut no such conduct was seriously feared. Tiie four cities agreed that in the event that Hampton and Suffolk failed to get in line and accept franchises In the league, they will proceed with the : organization, as a four-dug league, j This agreement practically guarantees thai the league is a go. Definite Announcement of Plans ! and Entrants Will Be Made j After Success Is Assured. Plans are now under way by which | a billiard totirnament will be held in i Richmond. If the suggestions made by those interested are carried out the tournament will engage the best men at the game In Richmond. Billiards is ?exceedingly popular i among a large number of men locally, ! but every attempt to get them to- j gether in match games has so far j proven futile. However, it is now thought that the pending arrnnge ; moots will lie pleasing to all con? cerned, and that a number of entrants can be secured. One of the greatest drawbacks up to Hie present time has been getting enough men of equal .ability at the game. All efforts along such lines have spelled defeat. Now it has been determined to make the event a han? dicap affair. It matters little, under ? such conditions, who the plnyers are. ! for the public is sure to get a good exhibition. i Definite announcement of the coridT Hons under which the tournament will be played are being delayed until ab-, solute and positive Information can be given the public. In view of the fact thai so many attempts have been made to pull off a billiard tournament with? out success, the promoters are un? willing to allow their names to lie published until success is assured. Lang Crushed to Death and Goose Bruised When Horses Fall. Jacksonville, Fla.. February 8.?Rac? ing at Mohcrief to-day was nuirred by an accident, in which .Jockel Lang was hilled and jockey Goose bruised. The mishap occurred, in the ilrsl race, a two-year-old event. Working Lad, on which Lang rode, and Mack ?eubanks, with Goose up, fell while I rounding the turn Into the home stretch, Long's horse falling on him and Crushing him. Summaries:, First race - purse, $400; two-year olds; three and a half furlongs?effi? ciency (11 to To first. Colonel Cook (even) second, Star Jasmino (even) third. Time, :12 2- 5, Second race -selling, $400; three year-olds; five and one-half furlongs? Borrower (13 to 5) first, Delana (3 to '-') second. Ktnma Stuart (o?t) third. Time l;f?f?. Third race?-selling, $400; four-year olds and up; six furlongs?Ren Double (2 to r,| first, lOlmetta Hamilton (7 to 1) second. Dr. Rarkloy (9 to ?) third. Time. 1:13 1-5. Fourth- race?Cracker soiling stake, $1.300. three-year-olds and up; five and one-half furlongs?Melisando (13 to 5) first. Duly Irma (S to 5) second, Danfield (even) third. Time, 1:07. Fifth race?Helling. $400; three-year olds; one mile?Firewood (13 to 5) first, Men Dornende (6 to I) second. Limpet (4 to 1) third. Time, l;ll 4-6. Sixth race?purse, $400; three-year olds ami up; selling: one and a six? teenth mile's?The Whip (5 to 1) first. Queen Marguerite (9 to 2) second, Spes N'ostra 7 to 2) third. Time, '1.4G . LIMIT IS REACHED FOR APPLICATIONS No More Considered in This Office, But All In? terested Are Invited to Attend Meeting of Richmond Amateur Baseball League Saturday Night. No more applications for member? ship in the Richmond Amateur Base? ball Rcague will bo considered by the sporting editor of tills paper. Wedncs | day was set as the final limit for more j reasons than one. It Is impossible, even I under the best conditions, to take caro ; of alb of the letters thus far received i und to answer each one separately. I Because of this fact, an Invitation Is i hereby extended to every man in the city of Richmond who Is Interested In j amateur athletics to he present at the meeting to he held Saturday night av 8 o'clock in the business of Hees of The, ' Times-Dispatch, 91*5 Rast Main Street,] j for the purpose of effecting a per i mancut organization. Selection of a president will be the first business to come before the meet- j lug. As previously stated. several names have been mentioned as pos? sibilities. While It Is not within the province of the sporting editor of this paper to espouse the cause of any num. hie feels thiit he Is entitled to Impress upon those who will form the meeting that It Is essential to start thinking j rl^ht now upon this question. Turn over in your minds the names of the [ men whom you think will bo able, to I do most for the welfare of the league, and who can exert the greatest amount I of good in furthering the purposes for I which it is to be organized. Secretary's .lob Important. Another Important position to be filled Is thai of secretary to the league. I It will require an efficient man for this Job, one who will give his time and attention to the affairs of the league. i Dach member should come prepared to name some man who. in his judg? ment, would be best fitted for the po sitlon. The leacrue should be taken seriously, Just as seriously as the j owners of the several clubs In the Vir ginia League take their organization, if any information is wanted as to what may be accomplished by an ama? teur league write to the president of the Departmental League In Washing? ton. The Washington organization every year furnishes a score of men to pro? fessional baseball; Hut above that, the league In the capital city of the United States has been In existence for years, nnd each year IIlids it more firmly entrenched In the goodwill of the people of tnat town. A lesson can be learned from that organization. While It 1? essential that each team start out with the hie aof winning the pennant In the race, still It must bo remembered that every team can't be in first place. The team that will quit just because. It happens to he losing a few games Is composed of men who are sports in no t?ense of the word. Some one has written that he wanted to be ;i winner, but If he couldn't be a winner the next best thing was 'o be a good loser. Good I,o?crs Wanted. Learn to be a good and graceful loser and you have lenrtied the filial lesson In sportsmanship. No quitters are wanted in the Richmond Amateur Baseball League. We want men who have spines; not people who ate built on the Jelly-fish plan of architecture. Rut these things will be presented to the meeting. Remember that whoever and wher? ever you are. whether you have re? ceived a letter or not, you are in? vited to the- meeting Saturday night if yon are interested In amateur base hall. The limit is 8 o'clock; the place. The TImos-DiSpntch business offices, 9f6 Kast .Main Street, and the purpose the organization of a permanent, stuhle, amateur baseball league In the. city of Richmond. Be on hand to help in the good cause. SHAFTS FROM SPQRTLATO By GUS MALBERT. Now that the pesky question of how the official score will be printed this season has beeil settled to tlie satisfaction of all con? cerned, let's take a Jon? breath and prepare for the day of days. According to the office statistician it is now .hist a mcr* seventy days nlhi Icon hours, forty-one minutes and eleven seconds tiefere the man behind the hat e.ivs "play hall." Bach paper In Richmond will print the official score, or at least will have the prlv lejre of so doing. That's fair and suit.t yours truly clown to the ground It may he that the man holding the Joh In this office won't want to print the official score, hut he felt that it' one paper was lb have that privilege each of the papers should have the same privilege. With pleasure Iip announces that both Owner Bradley and the man who will In all probability set -the job agree with him. So do the other men interested. Charles Whlttnker. a pitcher, for whom Monte itoss has been making a hid, has been corralled by our .fames Sullivan. He Is another "hope." and has all of the other i ceommcudatlont?. To me it le awfully funny to hear a rnan who ought to know better state that an out? law league Is a league composed only of men wild are contract Jumpers, or who have re? fused to play Iii organized baseball. For the henetlt of those who don't know better, let me state emphatically that an outlaw base? ball league Is any professional h.iseball league doing business in any territory pro? tected under the national commission, and any ball player taking part in such league It- outlawed by doing so. In other words, any professional league not protected by the nallonu) commission Is an outlaw organiza? tion. That's ail. and it is s0 simple that all should know It. But wateh the amateur league of Rich mond. Some classy baseball when that Is organized. Owner Bradley will find it impossible to attend the meeting and of/era his regrets. He stated that he should have been Klad to have been on hand, hut previous engage? ments prevent. Hr. W. K. B.ngby, manager of the Col? legians, has .promlsM to be on hand and Rive bis advice, though he can't promise that his team will be affiliated with the or? ganization. Remember that If you arc Interested you are invited to attend. Whitman. Spilling. Blair and Sutterlin mil <-<! sonic classy tenpins Tuesday night, when in one game the lowest score made was 210. ? They are Belting primed for ttie Buffalo tournament, and If Richmond dorn not cap- j iure sonic money it will be surprising. The hi, hmond Bonding Association has de? termined to enter the !?>*-;* 1 five-man team ns The Tlincs-Dls pa tph learn of Richmond. Thanks. Mister Groundhog is still baiting at l.<yvt. If Mr. Sunny weather will Just put a tew twists to that f.iht gender we may look for a drop In tie- percentage column. s.o Rack threw Dr. Roller two straight fulls. W'i.to they really straight? It Is now predicted that In 1037 the ground? hog will not see his shadow. No*- make some wishes. Otis Stockdale was expected In Lynch bine to-day. Hope he arrived safe and found. Lynchhurg p.-ople will like irtuv.;: dale. Re Is a flue fellow, nnd here's wish? ing him the Pert of luck. Re will l>e working not for, but with some mighty ?ood people, and if he makes good he can have every hill In the town. Hal Chase Is In New York lining up his men before the trip South. Oh, Hal. President Lynch, of the National League, ban determined to make Ins headquarters in the big city during tho season. .So the Eastern League will have a post? season series, too? Cood. bet's arrange one In the Virginia League. How about panics between the pennant winners In the pro. ranks and tho pennant winners with the amateurs? Xo, Krnma. a look has not yet been Invent? ed which will baffle ii thief, nor has an affi? davit been framed which will stop a croon. Neither can the league president prevent a manager or owner from giving money to a ball i>la>er at the end of the season. Rut that is an old name, as old as base? ball, and If the president of the league is as wise as I Rive him credit for being he can mete out some mighty effective punishment for any such action. President ICavanaugh has done it. and several other minor league presidents have done the same, thing. There is nothing so salutary as a little ! financial punishment. When you make them dig down In their Jeans you come mighty 'nearly touching ibelr heartstrings. Remem? ber that old story about pursestrlngs and heHrtstrinRS? TWO INDOOR MEETS ON TRACK SCHEDULE Events Will Be Held at Baltimore and George? town?Big Athletic Attractions Arranged for Easter Week and for May 15. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottesvlllc, Va.. February 8.? Tiie remainder of Virginia's track schedule for this season has been an? nounced by Manager Cecil. Only two more indoor meets remain?the Johns Hopkins-Fifth Regiment meet at Bal? timore next Saturday, and the George? town meet on March 4. Virginia will be. represented Saturday by only five men?CaptRln Holladay, Todd, Brig ham, Berkeley and Harris?but Trainer i Dannigan thinks that this quintet will be enough to make It more than inter? esting for any other Institution repre? sented. The (icorgctown meet on March i will bo the chief indoor event of the year. "Pop" Dannigan will take along j a large squad, and he fully expects to j bring back the cup with him. The I banner event of the meet will be n one- ' mile relay raoe between Virginia and Georgetown. With the fine bunch of material that Trainer Lannigan has to. pick from, the four is expected to up? hold the standard set by former Vir? ginia relay teams. Manager Cecil has arranged two big attractions for Easter week. There will be a triangular meet between Pennsylvania, Dartmouth and Virginia on Thursday, April 20. This will be the first appearance of Dartmouth's track team In the South and Penn's second. Both are represented by strong teams this year, and the meet will be one worth going far to see. The other evont Is the annual Southorn lntercol I leginte meet. Georgetown. George I Washington, Hopkins, Clemson, North Carolina, Virginia and several other universities will he represented. I The last meet of the season will bo ? the dual meet with Johns Hopkins at I Baltimore on May IK. These meets are always hotly contested, and as Hopkins has a stronger team than usual this year. It is very probable that the final count wJLU .be ?loser .ttjan evei^. before. Following is the remainder of Vir? ginia's schedule: Fobruarj U?Johns Hopkins-Fifth Regiment, at Baltimore. March 1?Georgetown, at Washing? ton. April 20?Pennsylvania-Dartmouth- , Virginia, at Charlottosville. April 22?Southern Intercollegiate, at Charlottosville. May 15?Johns Hopkins (dual meet), at Baltimore. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottosville, Va., February 8.? Only one more basketball gamo at home, remains on Virginia's schedule this year, and that is with North Caro? lina on Wednesday, March 1. On that date Virginia meets the Tarheels for Chalmers Service Insures the utmost pleasure and utility from Chalmers cars. At the factory is maintained a department of technical experts, who arc always at the command of Chalmers own The Service Division will help you get the mo3t out of your car. And if you should have any trouble, the Service Division will help you out. You buy Chalmers sen-ice when you buy a Chalmers car?and it cotta you nothing extra. Qordon MotorCQ-> !nc* "Cars of Character" RICHMOND. - - VIRGINIA the first time In this branch of ath? letics. Friday fhe team journeys to Lexing? ton to play Washington and Lee. find (Ik- Virginia Military Institute. That Virginia has improved wonderfully was shown by the defeat of Georgetown last week, and the players are confi? dent of turning the tables on Wash? ington and Lee on its own floor. Virginia ^larts en the Northern trip ??in February 17. and five games will be played. After Georgetown and the Navy on Friday and Saturday, respec? tively, the team will have one day of rest before playing the last threo games. Two new teams are on tho schedule?Pennsylvania Military Acad? emy and Delaware College. Follow? ing is the remainder of the schedule a broad: Friday, February ]0?Washington and Lee? Saturday, February ]! ? Virginia Mil? itary Institute. Friday, February 17?Georgetown. Saturday. February 1S-?Navy. .Monday. February 20?St. John's. Tijcsday, February 21 ?- Pc ri n F y 1 v a n I a Military Academy. Wednesday, February 22?Delaware College. Amusements. TO-NIGHT Tho Loudest Laugh of All. The Girl in the Taxi Prices, 25c to $1.50. ACA D EMY-To-Morrow Lyman H. Howe's Travel Festival Ride in r Dirigible Balloon, Living Lots don, and 20 Others Prices, 2f<c. 35c and 50c. Tuesday Evening, February 14th. The Last Visit to America. THE WORLD'S GREATEST ARTISTE MMR. SARAH And Her Own Company, From the Theatre Sarah Bernhardt, Paris. Direction of W. F. Connor. Alexander Dumas Fils' Celebrated C A MI LIE Piece In 4 Scenes?5 Acts. Prices, $1.00, $2.00 and $3.00. Seat sale will open at the box office of the Academv of Music Thursdav, To? day, at 9 A. M. BIJ O U All Week HANLONS' NEW 1 NEXT WEEK; nOSK MF.LVII.LE, In "SIS HOPKINS." To-Day?Thursday A GREAT BILL OF New Vaudeville, WHILE TO-NTGHT THE WILL ADD THEIR FUN. BY THE of Baltimore, Y. M.?C. A. HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 10, 8.20. Tickets at Stieff's Piano Store, 205 East Broad. CITY AUDITORIUM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9th. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Metropolitan Concert Company INCLUDING MMR. CHILSON-OHRMAN .Soprano MISS ADAH CAMPBELL HUSSRY.Contralto MR. J. HUMBIRD DUFFEY.Tenor MR. FREDERIC MARTIN .Bass MISS SUSIE FORD.Pianist Tlckets--50c, 75c and $1.00 Seats on Sale at Cable Piano Co.