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AFTER FINE START (Yields Only One Hit Up to Seventh, Then Goes to Pieces. Roanoke Wins. [Spprl.il to The Times-Dispatch.] Lynchburg. Va., April 20.?After re? tiring eighteen of the first nineteen men to face hint, and yielding only one ?Ingle up to the seventh. Brooks weak? ened, nnd Bonndke hammered hltn from the slab In tho seventh, and seven runs crossed ths plate before Hogue, who re? lieved Brooks, could stop the hitting, tho Roanoke team defeating Lynohburg 1 to 1 In the opening game of the sea? son. Ccfalu. who pitched for the visitors, tvq3 hit rather freely In the second and fourth Innings, but after that he was Invincible, for he yielded only one single after the fourth. Tho Tigers went down In order In the first flvo innings, and four men faced Brooks In the sixth. In the sev? enth, ihren singles, followed by a sac rlflce, Lucia's error a: the plati, ami another single, netted four runs. Hogue then went to the slab, and. ?rit.li tho bases full, forced a run by walk? ing Wilkinson. With the bares full, Garden, in his second time up in the session, doubled, scoring two runs. Hegne then settled down, and thorn was no more scoring. | The opening was marred .by cold,] damp, cljopdy weather, which was typ- j leal of November. The score: Lynch burg. i A.B. R. Hi O. A. 13. j Keating. Sb.- o 0 0 .". 0^ Howe.dell, ss. 3 0 11 " S 1, Hawkins, rf. 1 6; 0 .1 Oj; 0 Morrison, If. 1 11 0 I 1 : 0 McDowell. 2b. 10 12 10 ? fihaw. cr. 1 1 ! n " 0 Lucia, o. 4 " 1 6 0 I Boyne. lb. 2 0 111 a n Brooks, p. 2 0 0 0 2 U Hogue, p.?. . 1 0 0 0 2 ? Totals It onnnke, A.B. R. H. O. ?. E. Wllklnpnn. 2b. 4 10 110 ] Shnughnessy, lb. 4 1 2 12 l 0 Garden, of. 1 1 . 1 8 :2 1 Holland. Kb.-.- 4 1 1 2 2 u Dolson. rf.... 2 0 n p 1 0 Kchwart.t. If. r. 1 1 0 0 0 Richmond, ss..._. t 1 2 2 0 0 C-]lnhan, o.....-.- 10 15 10 Ccfalu, p. 411000 Totals .33 7 P 2: 1 I 1 Score by Innings! L R Lvnchburg . 0 0 0 1 n 0 n 0 0?1 Ronnoko . 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0?"l Summary: Two-base hits?Garden. Sacrifice hits-?Howodoll, Dotson and Schwartz. Stolen bases?Howedell and Shnughnessy. First base on errors ? Lyhchburg, 1: Roanoke. 1. Left on bases?Lynchburg, r,; Roanoke, 4. Dou? ble plays?Callahan and Holland. Hits ?off Brooks. C in r, 213 innings: off Hogue, 3 In 2 1-3 Innings. Struck out ? by Brooks, ;?: by Ccfalu, 5. Base on balls?off Hogue,"3: off Cefalu. 2. Time, 1:50. Umpires. Nugent and Henderson. j American Association At Toledo: R. H- E. Kansas City .?< >j 1 Toledo .- I 4 Batteries: ilratidnn and Ritter; James and Rapp. Umpires, Hnndlboe and Owens. At Louisville: R H. F.. Minneapolis .-~.-1 '? 3 Louisville .J R 0 Ten Innings. Batteries: ratternon and Owen; Slagle and Hughes. Umpires, Bler halter and Wcddlgo, At Columbus: R. It. E. Milwaukee .a 7 Colnmbiis .f, S Batteries: Marlon. Nicholson and Marshall; l^s^ard and Bcmls. em? pires, Forcuson and Chill. At Indianapolis: R.il B. Ft. Taul .r, 7 I Indianapolis ".1 t 3 Batteries; Gehring nnd Spencer: Moore, Chcno> and Carlsch empires. Hayes and Bddlnger. Automobiles Thoroughly Overhauled Richmond rvlachine Works, Inc., SiiroMM.n, to Mayo Iron Works. Inc. Mini. 1ISC. 2-HM E. Main St. OUNCES OI- QUALITY IN EVERY POUND. The buycrdif who knows the ticlere n automobile- will uwn 1 O^ffo?, Jones Motor Auen Are. nml Broad Siren. tsa^si?Q:,^^ -4 Lyliiiders *uij Car 111 at iis* mi vai.Ves. Guaranteed Engine Servlca Trice. SI,2tm |o S'J.Min, Imperial Motor < nr Co., I H-t rl l.ut r ri f l!?-f.L >V. ?r""'! s<- f'lione Mnn. I8I3. \, VAK-.TaS.TfXl' Touring Car. 1*00 ? -Rr,;;d; u r "C00. i 1627-29 W. BROAD ST. j For SO Y^.-i rs it.? House of C>unllt7 Straus, Gunst & Co., Dlstfllerv and Bl?-n. r.'lnc IVhLkl*. Drink Old Henry Ha Long Record I'rovoa Iih Mor?l JOCKEY M'CAHEY RIDER OF THREE DAY'S WINNERS High Private Takes Nansemond Purse?Trainer Coles Suspended. Norfolk, Va., April 20.?lllgli Private C. C. Smlthson's mudlark, who started ail the subsequent troubles ot his now outlawed owner by winning a suspected victory from Live Wire at the James? town track early in" this meet, won again to-dby, and this, loo, with J.Ivo Wire In the running, But High Pri? vate won handily to-day. With a heavy track, liiere were many scratches again to-day. Jockey Mc? Cahey proved to he the real thing in riding, however, carrying three of his mounts home in front ? lien Lomond, Agnar and Walter Scott. Agtiar won handily, hut Waller Scott Just beat Firewood by a head. Tee May stepped Into a hole in tills race, and fell, throw? ing Willie Putin, who was not hart other than by a mud bath. Theodore Coles, trainer for ?'*. C. Pmlthson, outlawed by the stewards from tiie jockey tracks because of the suspected hold-up of Besom, when about to win a race that went to Sting? er Tuesday, was to-day arrested and put under bond upon tiie charge ofj kicking Dick Stiffel, a steeplechase rider. In the face. The stewards liavo j suspended Trainer Coles, pending In i vosligatton and trial in the Criminal i Court of Norfolk county. R, .1. Mackenzie will give up racing. William Walker lias bought Macken? zie's Michael Angolo for 51.000. and bis other horses will lie sold after the Pim ilcb meeting. The weather to-day was cold and cloudy. Track heavy. Summaries: First race?.three-year-olds, selling. (Ivo and a half furlongs?Ben Lomond, ids (McCahey). 3 to 1. 6 to 5, 3 to 6, first; Firewood. 103 (Gordon), 3 to 1. 6 to 5, 3 to 5, second; Acadeinlst, 1 OP (Carroll), 16 to 5, 6 to 5, 3 to f>, third. Time. 1:12. Mayweed, Glitter Clatter. Pcccavl, Lily Pax tori and B?dkin also ran. Tec May fell. Second race?hurdle, four-year-olds and up. mile and a half?Dr. Heard, 115 (McClaln), 2 to l, .". to r>. l to'3. drat; Tom Cat, 135 (Saffcli, S to 1. 3 to 1, even, second; Ticket of Leave. 155 (Dii pee-?, 0 to 5, :> to 5, l to 3, third. Time, 8:20. Craydon also ran. Lord Nelson fell. Polly Lee and Essex refused. Third race?two-year-olds ami up. selling, four and a half furlongs?Wal? ter Scotl, 114 (McCahoy), 11 to 5, 0 to 1ft, 2 to 5, llrst: Doodle Dandy, 110 (Tapllnl, 9 to j, S to 5, 7 to 10, second; Maxcntlus, 108 (Olsen?, l l lo 5, P to HI, 2 to 5. third. Time. :5S. Delight fill. Ball. bui Lamb, Auto Maid also ran. Anto Maid finished second, but was dis? qualified because of fouling Doodle I binrty. Fourth roce--Nanseniond purse, three year-olds and up. one inllo?High Pri? vate. 10a (Kstepp), ll to '_>. out, tlrst: Live Wire. 10S (McCahoy), 8 to 5, out, second; Stanley Fay. 10S (Warrington), 20 to 1. 5 to 2. out. third. Time. 1:14 2-5. Only three starters. Fifth race?four-year-olds and up. selling, six furlongs?John Patterson, lea (Sweeney), 3 to 1. I to 5, l to 3, tlrst; Apologize, 105 (Olsen), even, 2 to 5. out, second; Hibcrnlca, 102 (Estop). 30 to 1, S lo 1, 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:18 2fo. Inicrno Queen, Jennie Wells, How Almut You and Havre also ran. Sixth raco?threo-yciir-olds ami up, selling, mllo and seventy yard??Aguad. 93 (McCahey), 2 lo I. It to 20. out. lirst; Ta Nun Da. 10:> (Tapllh), 30 to 1, G lo 1, 2 to 1. second; Michael Angelo, 10'J i Sweeney *. 1"-" to l, 1 10 l. 3 to 2, third. Tune. 1:4d 2-5. The Golden Butterfly and Baby Wolf also ran. Kntrlos for Frldny. First race?three-year-olds and up. live and a half furlongs?Alfred the Great, 101; Phil M?hr, 98; Mcxoana, :>?".; Capsize, Stinger, Lange, 91; ?liacn.uct, 102; "Besom, 99. Second race?selling, tin ec-yra r-olds land up. five and a half furlongs?iBcn I daga, 00: (Thrifty, *Mon Ami, 92: Coo ne'y K;, I?2; Rye Straw. 101; Veneta ! Strome, itiB: Herpes, 10S; 'Haiidrunnlng, '.'.. Cat. 103; John A. Mtlliro; 105: Dan lield. 107; Third race?Old Dominion handicap, three-year-olds and up. fine mile and seventy yards?Judge Mouck, S7; Third BUI. !'ti- High Private. 109; Hoffman. ,!!<;; The Golden Butterfly, 92: Dr. I Hol/eberg. (IS; .'bester Krtph, lift ' Fourth raco?Helling, tliree-year-olds ? and up, seven furlongs?H.'Appolle. 9l:j >Wai-di?n, SV: 6. k. ItCrndori, lea. ;ser-, i viccuice, '.Hilly Van Dovo'er, iiJiJ: -L-iw : Ion VVlgglns. s:.-,i Actor, icrand fisftlnio; ii": Seymour Ben tier, 112: Coi - in t li. :?l pile Ml.ha.1. ftfij The Whip, l?v; Irwin p. Dlggs, 111. Ta Nun Dllj I Fifth rucb selling, jiiree-ycar-Viids I and up. one mile- Bounder, Hfl; Bodkin. .'.<!. D'Arltle. 105: Voltaire, iOoldch Cas i lie, I'lS: .' ir Edward. High Bange. Ill: j U.itthi Filar, 90; iGoleonda, 103; i .sixth i ace. :?'Bing, three-year-olds land iip. mil mile- Musktneloti, R"; Semi Ijuaver. H?; (Horace F.., idS; JTom Shaw. 'B. A. Norelii; iiiit; (Kaufman. ?2, kii der kin; lifit; ijtldge Diihdoti, Iii, Itaeev nt I'ciiinciiin. Flit . April "-*?.? -Favorit?'* ii lildal ol (be races at Kup jk i'd-day, Donovan and Du? ring til-- exceptions. The vlc '..:1 I. idy in Hie second race. i'lireiv ain! Vanen were the furnished the main Incident ? ? ? Mit f c-yctir-oids and up, lliii? - Brown Tony 15 l. Good Acre (!! I-.' to 1> sec .,..'.r, even third Time. i .i9 fford, Tamil, iliac- Klmball, \ulomath irid Red Robin Second race- foui'-year-olds and up, I mile ami a sixteenth, selling?-Royal >j Lady (l io 1> in -t !*lrM Premium (2 I ? to li second, Ca row. out; third. Time, jtt.r.:, 3-f>. Cousin Peter Miss Vigilant ! ', '??*! v''""rn ?is?'.r?p. j ! bird i ac< ?Ii.? i iiriie \ cai -plds ami ' up, si.s f.ii'l.Mig.'i. sidling? Donovan It |j lo iff lliikl St riutis'liili if. in :.i seeond, Belle "I ihe hh\ r.- i.o third Time. i-.tO h-5 I'liuiKing, Criilii. 'and Sweet '. Owen a 1 -?' ran. j Fbiti'th i ice $75. il.i, e-' eai-olds j and no. foltr an.', a half furlongs, sell . ihif- Chcekj I.: io 1, I is' Little Maid. even, keiond; Biiklleana. even, third. Tim", !>'.' l e Annie min I mil Hol? tland. .loiipnK Wise ami Mary Bud also 1 r.i ii, ! Fifth race <?'.:?. l<>r lln.yetir-ulds : and Up. four ami a hall furlongs, . '.liiii; Lticetia, even, nil; Event Id,) (3 to -'? second, Chdnaie ft lo :.i third I.Tline, . :. Cha.lhei Mel/.are, Uncle Jini apd '."Linau aluo i.ui. Tars Easily Win Opening Con? test From Petersburg by 12 to 6 Score. Norfolk, Va., April 20.? Eleven hun? dred fans braved the chilly blasts lhati swept n cross Athletic Park this af? ternoon to witness the opening game of the 1011 season of the Virginia j League, with tho Norfolk Tars with i .Skipper Bahb on dock, and the Petors ; burg Gooberilcs, witli the little ? Dutchman. Heinle Husch, as their head. Norfolk easily won the ganio by the ' score of 12 in 6. liabb and Spencer parked the hall. In the face of the unfavorable weather. With the diamond and out lields a little doubtful, owing to the ; heavy rains of the preceding night, the ! showing of both teams was excellent, j as Indicated by the error columns, and ' only the wlldness of Petersburg's t pitchers caused the visitors to go i down In defeat by such a one-sided ! score. Not only was the game well played, I bill punctured by brilliant work at i times. The exceptional fast work of I'ilgel Iff light field probably serves to be labeled the classy offering ot the day. The score: Petersburg. AH. 11. O. A. B. Divers, cf. I 2 I 0 o Hoop. If. 3 1 2 0 |> Keating., lib. ? 2 0 !> " Spencer, if. ,i 2 :t 0 0 Martin, 2b. 2 I 2 2 ? Husch, ss. I 2 1 t 1 Klllher. lb. 3 111 0 1 Mace, c. 3 0 1 0 0 Hnnnifln, p. 1 n 0 0 U Frost, p. 3 (1 0 2 0 Totals .S3 11 2 1 13 2 Norfolk. AB. It. O. A. E. Anderson. 2b. 2. 0 2 0 n Babb, 3h. 4 1 0 1 ? Klrcher. cf. 4 0 2 0 0 Staub. If. 10 0 11? Dodge, ss. p 2 2 0 U Lniv. lb'. 1 o s n n l'a^el. if. 1 0 2 1 0 Block, o. 3 1 II 3 o Fool, p. 2 0 0 :: 0 Totals .:s 4 27 a 0; S. oro by Innlngn: B. I Petersburg . 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 n? o | Norfolk . 2 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 *?12 ! Summary: Buns?Booe (2), Keating,] Spencer, Martin, Husch, Anderson,) Babb (2). . taub. Dodge. Law, Papel fSi. Block (2), Tool. Earned runs ? Petersburg, 2; Norfolk, 1. Two-base hits?Block, Keating and Busch. Home runs?Babb and Spencer. Double plays ?Bagel, Anderson to Law. Sacrifice hits?Klrcher and Staub. Stolen bases ?Booe. Lett on bnscs?Petersburg, 7; Norfolk. t'i. Struck out?Pool, 11. Kasc3 on balls?Pool. f>; llannltln, 4; Frost. 7. Wild pitches?Frost (21. Balk?Frost (11. Hits?off Hnnnifln, In two in? nings, 2; off Frost, 2 In six Innings. 'l*lme of game. 1:55. Attendance, 1,100. Umpires?jcnmnn and Cooke. viCTonv Fon tiunity pauk, ( luster SprlngH Acudeoiy Defeated by Score of - to t. [Special to The Tlmc-s-Dispaich.J South Boston. Va.. April 20.?Cluster Springs Academy lost to Trinity Park j School this afternoon by a score of 2 to 1, on the latter's diamond at Durham, N. C. Roth teams were in line form, and played magnificent ball. Trinity mado Its two runs In the third Inning. In the fourth. Cluster Springs scored on a squeeze. Leaving second and third bases full. With none out on attempting the same play. Fitzgerald, for Trinity, by a brilliant piny, caught a dllfleult bunt, and pulled off a triple. Neither side scored aflcr this. Rntterles: Cluster Springs Academy. Meadows and Stlllmnn; Trinity Park School, Fitzgerald and Ixiwe. Umpire, Mr. Spruce, of Durham. "IlcCnlreH <o Piny Fork Cnlon. I Special to The Times-Dispatch | Fork Union, Va.. April 20?Mc Gulrc's team of Richmond and the Fork Fninn Military Academy win play a game or baseball here Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The local lineup will probably be; .fiistls, tatcher: Borger, first i,ase; Griffin, sec ond base; l^wls. third base; Bailey, shortstop; Corn en I or Stone, pitcher; Watlgh, left Held: Lewis, centre Held, and Rolf, rlghl held. Neither wash nor wear changes the size or style of CQLLrARS^ G1RARD MILTON 2i?' hirb high ^rHave the strongest button boles it is possible to put in a collar Clsctt; 1'faUxly A Co., Troy. S.V. i Reo Motor Cars j With I he three factors Quality. I Price and Service?taken care r>f, 'shouldn't we lie able to net together? II IUI Ml ?to II H M.I'.S t (?., Male Agent*, Son Hi lloxton, - - Vlrglnln. "Gunninteed for Life." 1 RICHMOND MOTOR CO., Inc. 313 West Main. fiwr Aie wonderfully successful in Richmond, a- in every otnet <ity l>t?mohst rat tons arranged to siiit yoin convenience Tele? phone Madison 7060 6i < all at WORTH RlikOTKIC VKII1CLK CO., Inc., Main and Hclvldcre, There is no rubbing it out that an institution manu? facturing it* own clothing and selling it direct to the wearer with but one mamifaclurcr's profit can excel in value-giving, and when it is further considered that Six Big Stores comprise the practically unlimited mercantile power of this institution, and that Burk Cldlhcs stand for every feature of superiority in ready-to-wear, you can conic to hut one conclusion if you arc logical and practically economical?Wear Burk Clothes. Good Suits and plenty of them at $15, $18 and $20. Better quality clothes, gems of fashion, $22.50, $25 and $27.50. None better, the best and finest made, $30, $32.50 and $35 Main and Eighth Streets RESULTS OF YESTERDAY VATIONA I.. Cincinnati. I; Pittsburgh P. Chicago. !>: St. Louis. 5. Uther games postponed, rain. AMP.KIt'.N N. St. l.outs. I: Cleveland, n. Detroit. C: Chicago. 3. Other gomes postponed, rain. Clubs. Philadelphia New York. 4 Chicago.3 Plttsburg. 3 St. Louie_.2 Cincinnati . 2 Brooklyn ._. 2 Boston . 2 STANDING OF THE CLUBS Last j Won. Lost. P.C. Year. | Clubs. \V .?ion .500 .r.oo .too .2SH .250 750 j Detroit .500 I New York... SOO I Washington .'>67 Chicago .... .250 1 Boston . .500 1st? Louis_ .250 Cleveland .. .500 I Philadelphia on. Lost. 6 n 4 t P.C. 1.00ft .MiO .000 .423 .400 .57 5 .2Sf. .200 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY Chi. ago at St. Louis. I Philadelphia at Boston. New York at Philadelphia. Washington at New York. Cincinnati at Plttsburg. Detroit at Chicago. Boston at Brooklyn. St. I/OUls at Clcv COLD DAY FOR OPENING Plttnbtirg. Pa.. April 20. ? random ] witnessed the opening of the ball se son hero to-day, llguratlvoly wearing their "mittens and tippet.'1 and shivered in the sharp wind that whistled through the grandstand HHe a November galo In n pine forest. There was plenty ol room for llt03o present, and accommo? dations for as many more. Sun spots In the grandstand were much sought.] and almost half the crowd had left by the seventh Inning, driven out by the cold, after feeling assured that Pitts burg had cinched the game with Cin? cinnati. The rain of yesterday and] last night had made the field almost a] ml re. Cumnlt;:. repeating history, pitched | ihn llrst game at home, and, as in pre? vious seasons, won the conlest, the score being' 9 to 1. Ho was a little unsteady at lirst. bill after the initial inning lie settled down and pitched strong game. McQutllen was In dls-| tress from the start. In the fourth in? ning every Plttsburg player went to bat. nnd six of ihem scored, Wagner getting a home run with two men on bases. Keefe. who pitched for -Mon? treal, of the Eastern League, last year, succeeded MoQuilltn after the fourth inning, and did some creditable work. ] Score: .I'lltsbiirB. . Cincinnati. AB II O A K AH II O A E Ttyrno. 3b.. t 1 2 '.' 0 Rea'hcr, If fi 3 2 0 1 l.ench. cf... I 3 1 D OOrant, ,",b.. 4 0 1 8 0 ?K. Clark?. : I 2 0 0 Hille?, cf.. .'I 0 2 0 0 Wagner, ss 2 2 : i l iloh'cll. in 4 2 o n i Miller, 2b.. Ill: 1 Mllch'll, if .t 0 2 2 0 Hunter, lb. 3 II ? 1 Dow'y, 2b.. titan Wilson, rf. 10 0 1 O.VItlser, sa. 1 ft 1 2 1 (ilbion, c. I a S : OMT.oan, e. 2 0 2 I 0 Camntij!, p i 0 0 3 o r. dark.. ': l l l o M'Q?lI'n, p 1 0 0 0 0 ! Rerk . 1 0 o 0 o !><.ye. p... 1 0 0 2 0 n o n Totals .;.32H:r;H 3 Totals ...35 S2I1I 3 "K. Ckirkf. left Held. IT. Clarke, catcher 113a lied tor MvQullleii in fifth. r.ltattod for Keefo in ninth. ?Mtan for HKan In ninth. Score by lnnlnKf: It. Pltlstmra; .0 I 2 1 0 ft 0 ft ? ?!> Cincinnati .0 o ft o ft o o l o?i Summary: nuns- it. (2), Leach fi), F. ri.nko. Wnghnr, Miller, Hunter. Wilson and Itoschcr. Two-bus* lill Roscher. ThreeJias* lilt?Hunter, Home run -Wanner, sacrifice fly?F. Clark? f-'folen buses?Hunter, Wll-1 ?on, HlT.lllz-ll. I/out.I.- plnya-Camnltx io j W?cn?>i io lliint?r; flrnnl to llohlllzoll. First ? liaso oii halls?Off famuli*. :; 0n McQiilllen, 1 !; Off Keefe. 2 IIKn-Off McQullbn. 10 In <' Innings: off Keele, i i Innings, Struck out , -By i.'amiiiiz. j; liy .M> ?jiitlien, I; by Kcere. l |. Left on l???e?--Plttii>>urs. J! Cincinnati, 1?. I First t.af-f on errors?Pit tabtirs, Clncln natl. 3, Tim.? ..f Rhine, ?.*:0.".. [Implies, His- | ler and PthncrVin, FIVE PITCHERS USED St. LblllS, Mo., April 20.?A In ige crowd to-dav saw Chicago defeat St. Louis fl to .". in il t opening gnme of the local National League season. Chi? cago used iwo pitchers, and St. Louis ?.Iure. Schulte made a home run with Iw?? men on bases In the first Inning. Score' M. I.oul?. Chlrneo. All It . i A R AR II O A K H?user, it* ?? :i '? l I livers, 2b.. 4 2 2 ? o Ellis, if....:, i <? ii i sheck'd, if 3 ft o o o MowreV, 3b l ? ? : n Knlsor. cf. t I 3 '-' 0 Lou', l.v. lb i (ill ft I ciisnce, lb ? 3 13 ft oj KtiniK. rf 13 1 m ft schulte, rf 3 I : a o I Utes'titin ? t ?> C ! J /lin'lin, 3b G 0 0 10 (...l.i ? ItJ ,74 t i .rinker, kh. 4 1 I 3 n smith, -i. .. i ft ' ft .vtchcr. c. s l 3 i i Holden, |. . Wj 0 0 | I Cloister, p i ft o ti fi ?M lv. i ... 'i ?? (? <. 0 Weaver, p- o 0 I 0 Steele, p... 3 ft f- j o fWhllfn .... IftOt. r, ].?if milk, p ft * ?. Totals ...J*. 1ft 27 11 r. Totals ..-.'-I ?27 15 1 ?Hatted for Holden In second. in.ntr.i for nt??:* m eisiuii. Fi ore bj hlnlnsr: f:. fit l,oiit<,.ft 2 0 ft 3 ft ft o ft?S ?'!.?? ik?.t 1 0 ft 1 1 2 ft 0-9 Hiimmuiv: Lim ILiunei, Kills, Konotoby, Evans, rimhii, i:i?i i2'?. Rlieeknrd, Kaiser; fiiiit?'-' i i. - linn. Zimmerman, Archer, ?ino i.,,. liiin ?.?..,.... so,nil, kiiis. Three i base litt? .\r> liei Kaiser, Ch'ance, Home run" Hebultr i o nil'-e hits?Kaiser, Pfelster. A.-I.". ... Double play?Evera j to Tin i 'ti to i'h.-.iiie I Ills?Off Holden. 3 In ll Iniiiiiits: ..ff Kteeii r, hi ?t innings; mf linu derhilllt I In t liinliir; off pfeiater, 7 In t 2-3 [ liiplnnn. ofi '.%?? - t ;i m I 1-3 IiiiiIuks. First I base h:i|la > .If ilol.len, j; off Steele, 1: off 1,11 111"lllii I'trlsi'ir, 2; off Weaver. 2, |l.efl mi liai.es i ii K: l^t. Louis, S. Time . 17, i inpiirs, Bruniisii mid oMJny. .? ?-??? liomic in Helens**!. Cleveland. " . A pril 211.??Out hebler U'nlK i lloane. .,t u,,. I'lovelnnd Aiuerl iti l.i mm Club waa rtiicascd lo-tlity io ib. n,.w ?Hl, ,,,?, team, of the aouih i tru Leugue OPENING IN CHICAGO Chicago, 111.. April 20.?Tho first game of the American League season in Chi? cago went, to Detroit by n score of C to :t to-day. The locals made three runs on two hits, a sncrljeo and two errors. Lalitle settled down thereafter, and the locals were helpless. Detroit lilt opportunely, and. with the assist? ance of errors and bases on balls, had little difficulty in taking the lend. .Mayor Carter Harrison threw the first ball. Score: Chicago. Detroit. AB It O A E AH II O A i: M Co nil. 2b I 0 2 l 1)7.1" .lonei. s o 3 r, o '/.elder. S*.. 3 0 1 :: 2 Bush, sr... ?13 7 1 ?Collins .... 1 0 0 0 OCobb, cf... 6 3 6 0 0 Cerium, fa. 0 0 1 0 OCrSw'd, rf. 3 I 0 0 0 M'lht'rc, cf 3 t fi l 0 Uele'tv. 2b b 0 3 2 0 Poug'iy, If. J 1 : o 2 Mor'lty, 3b t 3 o i 0 Cnl'han. rf. 10 0 0 OC.nlnor, lb. 1 2 5 0 Tan'hill. 31? 3 t 1 <) Ostanagc. c 4 2 3 o l tT. Jones.. I 1 r, 0 OLalltte, p.. 1 1 0 2 0 Sullivan, o. 1 0 7 10 II.(ird . 1 0 ? 0 0 Payne, c... ooioo ; Walsh. j>... 3 r, l 2 0 ' I Totals ...30 i 27 S 4 Tetnla ...85 13 27 IS 2 ?flatted for /.Aider in eighth. iT. Jones, Orst base. lUnlicl for Sullivan in seventh. ZD. Jones, left Held. Score by Inning?: p.. Chicago.ii 3 c ft ft ft ft a ft?3 Detroit . ft i f. a j i i a i-ij Summary: Rims?Doiighcri y. Cnllahnn. T. Jones, Hush |jj; Morlnrlty t:>. I.alltte. Two base hits?Cra*? ford, l.illtie. Stnnagc, Cobh. Sacrifice hits?Taniu.,..ll, C'rawrord. stoleM b.ise?Morliirliy. Double plays?Bush io Dele. Iinnty in Oaluor (2): Sullivan lo MeConnell. Left on bates?Chicago. I; Detioli. S. First bate on balls?Off l.afll'to, 8; off Walsh. Struck out ? Hy Walsh, .S: by I.nlltte, 3. Wild pitch?Waith. Time of same, 1:50. Umpires, I'errlnc ami Sheridan. TEN-INNING GAME Cleveland, ohlu. April 20.?Cleveland opened Its home season to-day by losing a ten-Inning game lo St. Louis, I lo 3. Krapp had the visitors shut out. with only two hits up to the ninth, when he developed n wild streak, passing three, batters, which, with two hits, resulted in two runs. West, who was substi? tuted, passed the next batter, and the score was tied. Hoffman won In the tenth on his double. Austin's single and .Murray's sacrifice fly. There were no opening day ceremonies. The score: Cleveland. St. I.out?. AH It O A K AR II O A B'| rtranay, if. r, i :: ft o llbff'nn. cf :: l 4 0 o Turner, 3b. f. 0 0 1 OAustln, Sb. 4 11:2,0 Jackson, cf 12 3 1 0.Murray, rf t ft 3 1 0 l.njoic, 2b.. 3 1 S I 0 Laportc. 21? ? 2 0 3 0 Easterly, rf l l i o o Clarke, c. ] o fi l o Slovull, lb. 4 1 7 ft ON'ew'iu. lb .1 0 7 ft 0 .Smith, c... 4 2 10 2 0 Crlss. Ib.. I 1 2 fl nj Kuaiipp, mi l 1 ft i O.shoiteri, if :i ft 1 ti 0 Krapp, I'... " 0 0 2 0 Wallace,. ?s 4 I) 4 2 o West. |>. I 0 ft I) II Powell, p.. 4 12 2 1 Totals ...37 D 3ft 11 0 Totals ...32 6 M 11 I Scorn by Innings: Ft. ] Cleveland .01020ft0ftft 0?:| St. Louis...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 I?I Hummfiry: nuns?Jackson, L,ajt4fe, Hastrr ly. Ilnifmnn (2i, Murray. Laportc. Two-baao blls?Stovall, Hoffman. Tbrcr.-baso lilt? Jackson. Sacrifice hits?Clarke f'J). Sacrifice. Hy?.Murray. Kielen bases?Jncksoiij Easter? ly. Austin 12). Double plays?Jackson to I Smith; Smith to l.ajolc: Clarke, to Wallace. Pitchers' record: Iths?Off Krnpp, 4 in 5 Innings: off West, 2 In I 2-3 Innings. First bnsn fin balls?Off Krnpp, 7; off West, I. Struck out?My Krnpp, :,; by West. 1: by Powell, r,. J,efl on bases? Cleveland, 7; si. Louis, 7. Time of game, 2:22. Umpires, Dl nceii anil O'l.oughlln. LOSES FIRST c6l.LK?F. OAMK, Raleigh. X. C, April 20.?A. and M. suffered Its second defeat of the season to-day, losing to the University South Carolina iu a slow game, full! of errors by both sides, by the score] of fi lo fi. Stafford was not effeetlvi In the giving of bases on balls when j they counted. This is the first, college game Stafford has over lost. W.vehe was wild at limes, but was steady at critical points. Score by Innings: R. H. 13. if. of's. c.oo.osaofioo?r. r, 7 A. and M.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?-s 7 rt Batteries: A. and M.; Stafford and Seifert; University of ' South Carolina, Wye he and Owen. Summary: Struck out?by Stafford, 11; Wycbe, S. liaaoa on balls?by Staf? ford. I: Wyclic, 4. Hit by pitched ball ? by Stafford. I: Wyclic, 1, Left on bases?A. and M., 0; South Carolina, Stolen bases?At and M., f.: South faro linn. I. Passed balls?Seifert. I. Sacri? fice hits?A. and lip, I. Double, plays?I A. and AI., I; South Carolina. I. Three- | base hits? Palton. A. and ,M? I; Wlde niaii, Soil lb Carolina. I. Time, 2:05. Attendance. fiOO. Umpire, Upcjiureh. "Safest torSayings" Championship Cup Awarded Jewelers for Winning in Rich? mond Bowling Association. Tha lUchmotid Bowling Association hold Its annual banquet lost night at Stumpfs Hotel. Proseut at tho banquet woro the members of tho sovcrul teams which entered tho raco for Tho Times Dispatch loving cup. The Jowelcrs wcro the victors, with tho EngravorB second, and the cup was presented lo tho winners during tho hours of feast? ing. Kranit Bllley was toastmastcr, and a happy selection ho was. for ho called upon every one present lo make a speech, and before the evening was over practically everybody present had something lo say regarding (ho pro? gress which bowling had made In Rich? mond. It was determined to form a perma? nent organization and that a loam be sent to tho national tourney each year. Up lo the presont time, Richmond Is tho only city In the South to bo rep? resented at these tourneys, but It |s hoped that other cities will becomo in? terested nnd have representatives at the big tourneys. Several Speeches were made, and Toastmastcr Bllley made It apparent that ho was working for the interests of tho lengue. regardless of tho per? sonal desires of any Individual or Indi? viduals. Tho banquet was a great success and had the effect of bringing closer to? gether all of the bowlers of the city, so that, when tho season again begins, prospects will bo bright for making Richmond a great bowling centre. Medals for various achievements wero awarded. In addition to tho cup given tho winner, a special prize of $'.'5 was donated hy the association. President William;--, or the. Richmond Rowling Association, was' presented with an umbrella In appreciation of his] services. Eastern League |j Newark-Montreal, postponed; rain. ; Jersey City-Rochester, postponed; rain. Providence-Buff a lo, postponed; rnln. At Baltimore: R. Ii. K. Toronto .17 11 fi Baltimore . r. 7 S Batteries: Mueller, Kllllan ami Phdlps; Dygcrt, Pope, Thompson and ICgan and Dyers empires, Myers and Render. fl.Vl.Y TAVO II ITS OTP WARD: rtnndntph-AIoemi Academy Wins Frnin I.ynchhitrg II lull School. (Snecial to The Times-Dispatch 1 Bedford City. Va.. April "0.?Ran dolpii-Maeon Acamedy defeated tho] Bynchburg High School haseball team here to-day ." to 0. Ward was In the box for the Academy for the Unit time, and did superb work, allowing only two hits The homo team fielded almost perfectly, but showed little ability to solve Johnson's curves. Driver, for Bandolph-Mocon, secured three hits, two two-snckers and one single, but the l.ynehhiirg twlriec kein the hits well scattered, and proved io bo the mainstay of his team, Ran dolpll-Macon will play Dnlcvlllc Col? lege here Saturday. South Atlantic League At Columbus: First game?Columbus. G; Albany, 2. Second game?Columbus, I; Albany, n. At Charleston: First K?me?Charles? ton, 2: Augusta, fi. Second game? Charleston, 1; Augusta, .1. At Columbia: First game?Columbia, S: Savannah. 1. Second game?Colum? bia, ,1; Savannah, I. At Jacksonville: Jacksonville, o; Mao?n, 11, (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch l Norfolk. Va, April 20.?Norfolk pitchers. being Ineffective, no less than three bring used, Portsmouth had i trouble In winning the second game of j the series, by the score of ] .1 |,, The weather was extremely cold and ills agreeable. The Portsmouth team showed tip superior In the. Held. Score by innings: R. 11. 13. ! Portsmouth .. 0 M fi 4 0 ? PI?13 1 :i 2 I Norfolk . 2 01 1 0 0 0 0 1? fi '.i :', Batteries?Drumm and Cole. Chal keu, Ritter; Backus and Coin man. (Special to The Times- Dispatch. | Elizabeth City, April 20.?The third game In the Tidewater league played here. between Newport News and Elizabeth City, resulted lit a victory for tile home team. Score hy innings: R. If. K. Elizabeth City. 0 0 0 0 1 2 10 ??I , 6 2 Newport. News. 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 ? Features of tiie game, Cuiheen's heavy hitting, and Coburn's pitching. Attendance about r.no. (Special to The Times- Dispatch. 1 Suffolk, Va.. April 20.?SUffolk beat Old Point in tho first Inning, and the visitors didn't, have a look-in. The. Nancies never made a score after Flood took the mound, Just before the end, of the (irsl Inning. Score bv Innings: B If. K Old Point . OI000 0 01 0--2 C 2 Suffolk . 5 0 00 00 00 ?? 5: .7 1 Batteries?Beach, Fie**! and Herr? mann: Shcehan and Slesniek. Umpire. Ilcunmgcr. Attendance. SQQ. Baseball Vesterdny. Annapolls. Md., April 20.?The Na? val Academy nine to-day won a regular game, from Harvard, f. to I. Three er? rors and a hit gave the Navy three runs in the first Inning. Score: ; . , Nnv.. .-.3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 '?5 1 4 Harvard . 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 1?i S gl Batteries: Wakeman. Vinson and Coclirnn; McKay, Bajjson and Reeves. Ithaca. N. V.. April 20.?Cornell de? feated Trinity at baseball b2re to-day by the score of 0 to 1. Ai Charlotte: Charlotte (Carolina Association), 12; Davidson, 1. Kill McCoy n Bankrupt. Saw York, April 20.?Norman Selliy (Kid McCoy), the former pugilist, Is just $r.O In. and has debts aggregating 521,170, according to a voluntary peti? tion in bankruptcy tiled here this after? noon. Or the 560 assets, clothing 1.0 the value or $:>? Is included. The re? maining $10 is given as cash In hand. The schedule of liabilities Include* 52,000 for rent. $-1.1 ?0 for a boat, and repairs thereto, and *..1.300 borrowed | money and outstanding notes. Talk No. 5. ^ Our Patronage We pride ourselves in the fact that among our custom? ers are a good portion of Richmond and Virginia's most discriminating buy? ers and owners. Our patrons arc our saints. To them and to their wishes we have dedicated our business life, and we want them to know us to the ex? tent that they may take in us the same degree of pride which we take in them. We recognize the fact that a satisfied customer is our one best asset. Our every action is to the end of giving the very best service it is possible to render to as many people as demand that class of service. Our standard of quality is just as much ex? emplified in the character of the people with whom we deal as in the goods we sell, and we most enjoy these high class relations. Incidentally we sell Packard and Chalmers motor cars and operate a thoroughly up - to - date garage. Qordon MojforCom pony (If you have missed the pre? vious numbers of these talks, duplicates will be gladly fur? nished on request.) K J Southern League At Nashville: Nashville, 5; Atlanta. \. At Montgomery: Montgomery. 7: New Orleans. S. At Mobile: Moh'lr, 2: Birmingham, 0. At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, I; Memphis, 7. City May 1 and 2 May Music Festival OF The Wednesday (Hub (Three Concerto) The Famous Galaxy of Stars of Grand Opera; the Wednes? day Club Choir, the Petci>burg Chorus and the Great Orches? tra (fifty instrumentalists) from the -Metropolitan Opera House, Xcw York. Josef Pas tcrnack conducting. Scats now selling, 9 A. M. to 6 V. M. daily. 213 East Broad Street. Prices: 50 cents to $2.00. &niu?emenrg. COHAN 4 llAItHIS" , .rnpocmoNOi' wnnoiri.i. smitms coMttw otM. THE ,VS FREDNIBLO ~f\' 'AND A PERFECT C0MPA1NIY ni'omt )?? ro'tU 'SEAT S/U.E OPCNTHURSOAV aAM BIJOU- To-Night Matinee To-morrow at 2:30. "James Boys in Missouri" See the. Famous Train Robbery. NEXT WEEK.. ? "THE WOLF." First time at popular prices-_ the new FEATtmES and Joe Wcston's Big Hit, ?scnooi, DAYS on the rn.vm.iE," Make up n Great Bill._ VS. Thnmdny, Friday, Snturflny, April 20, 21, 22. Cnmo called 1:30 P. M. Admission, 25c; ar*)jiastand, no.