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?ERRORS AND PASSES
TELL STORY OF LOSS
)C?Its Defeated in Fierce Game, Which Almost
Breaks Up in a Row?Barker Directly j
Responsible.
V
VIRGINIA LEAGUE
Richmond, 6| Danville, 7.
Norfolk, ?l Lmchburar, 4;
Rosnoko, 4; Petersburg, 2,
STASTJI?O OF THE OLVBS.
Last
Clnba. Won. Lost. P.O. Yenr.
Norfolk _ 7 a .700 .H00
Richmond ... 7 -I .030 .600
Lynciibursr . . 0 0 .50? .W0
Dnnvlllo.5 0 .4.V. .l'i-'t
Petersburg ... ?? 7 .301 .S73
Ronnokc . .. '.. ?? 7 .30-1 .500
WD.ERE 111ESY PliAY TO-DAY.
Ronnokc nt Itlchmond.
Dnnvlllp nt Norfolk.
( l.yticlihurir, nt 1'ctcrnbure:.
IIY CIS MA LIIERT.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Danville, Va.. .May 3.?Iii a Rsm?
which almost broke up in a row, and
: w hich did break tip in a piece of work
which put the Colts back in the Infant
class of baseball knowledge, Danville
vron, T to 6.
Ask the spectators, and they will say
thai !: was s crrea*. game, because the
Cban".?s wots *r.d won after the very
u-orift ItcSclcf which any team has ever
? ?-r- reciti^ed professlonii baseball
Iis ? ? -: the spectator* are
~r : ?-s-iil- fs:r i~r.cts. To the I tri par
.-in.: ,r^*?rv?r a?r:*. fierce, clean
*V.C"i-f. put one down.
!r= M?r = ?.~. to t'cirdl :r.er. he stole sec
end. Two on. on? lown, and Laughlln
?.; TVtssly, Sullivan walked hint, tlll
inj; the Corners Fryej next tip. fouled
or.e ace took one. making it two to
nothing He turn?d to argue with the
utrips, ftnd Sully signaled for a fast re?
turn, which was pood baseball, and
should have counted, but that Jack
dropped the ball, and then tried for
the play, hitting Frye on the head and
.'oriing the winning run across.
linker llndly Treated.
Baker, with a perfectly justifiable
kick, was about as meanly manhandled
as a youngster of 116 pounds gross
rottld well be in the closing scenes of
the eighth.
The play happened as will now be
narrated. Lnnghlln was safe when
Jack Ratker missed his high foul, which
he should have allowed either Sullivan
or Raker to get; but he wanted to
"hog it nil." and that's where he really
laid the trap for his own downfall.
Frye hit one deep to Martin and bent it
out. lining llrst and second. Alexander
hit to Raker, who. In the judgment of
many in the grandstand and In the
judgment of myself, lagged third,
Where Laughlln had been forced, and
threw to Cowan, completing what
looked like a pretty double. The umps
decided differently, called Alexander
out at first, but held Laughlln safe at
third.
T)ia little third baseman began m?k?
ln;; his protests in no uncertain tones,
and it was nil right for Cook to slap
tile fine on him, which he did Then
Smith, of the Bugs, butted In. and
B'lker and he had an argument. It did
not amount to a whole lot. hut the peo?
ple who sat up in the grandstand want
<d something to happen. Out lo Ihfi
Held went about six poll, einen, the
Mayor of tltlr city and a private detec?
tive, whose name i-- Tucker. lie
grabbed Baker and vaulted him from
pillar to pWi,- w,h.lle the crowd in the
stand git.awM- at the ISO-pound hero
hustling the Colossus of lit", pounds
gross t<> tin- players' bench.
After ii -,ias oil over, the umps. who
bad vented his grievance In lining the
player, allowed him to continue, much
to the displeasure uf the aforemen?
tioned officials. Be It said to the credit
of those having charge uf the ball club,
that they had no part in nil of the
wrangling.
ilnrker Itc-pon-thle.
Looking hack over the game. Barker
is directly responsible for it not being
down in the won column. Ills two
errors weir both costly, and resulted
in scores, when tue side should luivo
been retired easily. All of which goes
to prove that a pitcher should not try
for too many fielding chances. Me's
mis judgment of Briidy,'? My to left in
the eighth, also contributed to the
run-getting of the local club.
Richmond tapped tie nip fount in
the very llrst. Bilker tvalkcd, stole
second and third, and scored on Mc
Cabe's out, second to llrst.
Two more were dug from the well
In the third. Wallace bit for a .Ion
Mc to right, went lo third on CoKEihs's
fumble of Mc's grasscutier, but was
caught at ihn jda>e .Mc stole second,
and Epan walked, liotli walked, while
Wallace went out. Martin getting a
life through the choice of Mot gun
The bai-es were full when Mattig de
llvcred to centre, scoring Egiiu unc
McCabe. Cowan stopped further bom
I
by
*. v-r la ;
Sew to
Morgan:
bardmcnt by popping to third.
Big blanks were taken from the
grnb bag until that ninth.
The champs pushed one across each
in the third, fourth and lifth. In the
first named frame Alexander hit. was
sacrificed lb second by -Smith, went
to third on Brady's easy out. und
Boored when Baker threw over Cowan's
head to get Kaufman at first. Hero
was an easy chance to retire the side
without a tally, which was let slip.
The fourth produced n counter di?
rectly through, Barker's liberality in
?passing Morgan, the first man up.
Schr?der sacrificed perfectly, and the
runner was on second. Third was oc?
cupied on Laughlin's out, and he scored
when Frye hit to left. Score: Two,
which should not have happened.
In the fifth Smith lived because Bar?
ker bounced the ball to Cowan, though ?
the decision was close. Brady put
him to second on a neat sacrifice, and :
he scored when Kaufman hit to left,
another score as the result of a mlsplay.
Tho eighth was the banner session
for the champs, and three markets
was chalked up as a result, l.augillln
lived on Barker's muff of his high
fly, Frye hit again, an infield otic
this time, which be beat out. Both
advanced on Alexander's out. Smith;
walked, chocking the stations. Brady,
ens'.- Brady, was up. He popped to Mc i
out lit left, but that worthy misjudged,
and the ball lost itself rolling down !
a tobacco hilt, the corners clearing.!
?ni Danville In the lead by just fix
runs. j
Richmond came ba.-k strong in the!
ninth, Maltis walked, .-'o did Cowan."
ar,-1 so did Sully, chocking the bags. >
Thfen LAtihlin did sonic thinking. |
Tw*lv* balls, without one over w.ts j
er.ough ;o start the managerial bee I
a-buxit'ng. Frye was sent from third
to the mound. Brady being benched. I
Uatighlin wer,; to the third station and i
Brow ei-:- Irwin wended hts way in the |
Tied Up Again.
B rye's firit heave was an improve- j
rr.ent. It came over in the groove to
Barker who was up. He hit to Cog
gins, who returned to Smith In lime ?
to get Ma:ti; at the plate. Barker be- I
ir.c safe at f.rst. Baker hit to second, i
and was out at tlrst. but Cowan scored, I
the others advancing 10 second and;
third, respectively. Wallace. In the '
place named psychological by the i
highbrows, was on the job. planked |
one to centre, and Sullivan and Bar?
ker trotted home, tying it up again.
The story of the last or" the ninth
has already been told. It Is too har?
rowing to repeat, it was n bad ball
game?a hard one to lose, and espe?
cially hard under the circumstances.]
The six errors tell most of the story,
and six free passes did nothing lo aid
lit n Colt victory. Twice 1ms that
Danville crowd shoved to thii front
from defeat, and some credit must be
given to a team which can do that,
but what they do owe to the Rich?
mond team! The score:
llichmond.
A.B. R. H. O. A. B.
Baker, 3b. 4 1 1 2 -1 1
Wallace, cf.r. . 5 0 2 2 0 0
Mr On be, rf. 4 1110 1
Egnn. 2b. 2 I (1 1 0 I
Martin, ss. 4 ? 0 3 4 1
Mnttls. If. 3 i) 2 0 0 0 1
rowan, lb. 2 10 13 1 0
Sullivan, c. 3 1 0 2 0 o|
Barker, p. I I 0 1 3
Totals .31 6 8*2fi 12 0|
Dnn vlllc.
A.B. R. II. O. A. K.
Kaufman, cf. 4 0 1 2 1 o
Coggins. 2b. S 0 0 3 5 0
Morgan, ss. 2 2 n 4 ft ?
Benr?der, lb. 4 o l 8 l u
Lutlghlln, 3b and If.. 4 1 0 4 1 0
Frye, 3b and p. 4 1 2 I 2 0 j
Alexander, rf. 1 1 1 0 0 1 '
Smith, c. 2 2 0 4 2 Ol
Brady, p. 3 Q 1 1 1 0
Irwin, U. o n n o n oj
Totals .32 7 ti 27 IS 1 j
Score by Innings: r. |
Richmond . I 0200000 3?6
Danville . 00 l l 1003 1?7'
?One out when winning run was
scored.
Summary: Two-base hits?Wallace,
Brady. Sacrifice hits?Schr?der, Smith,
! Brady. Stolen bases?Baker f2), Mc
t ab... Maitis. Frye. Base on balls?off
! Barker, r,: off Brady. 7. Left on bases
! ?Richmond. 7: Danville. 6. Hit bj
piti lied ball?Frye. Struck out?by
; Barker. Brady; by Brady, n.irker (2).
i Time of game. 2:1". Umpire, Cook. At
;'tendance, 300.
EASTERN LEAGUE
At Nr work: r. H. e.
Toronto .2'j 25 i
Newark . 2 6 6
Batteries: Malier and Phelps; Lee,
full, i 'lea r J* and McAllister and Mc?
Carthy! Umpires, Rtidderham and
Ifa u noti.
At Baltimore: r. h. e
Montreal . 2 II 0
Baltimore .10 13 3
Batteries: Evans, I.eclare, Stanlie'd
end Curtis and Hardy; Adklr.s and
Egan and Byers. Umpires, Politick and
V. right.
\t Jersey City: r. h. e.
Buffalo .3 6 u
I Jf I sey City .3 g 2
(Called end of eleventh, account
"I darkness.)
Batteries; Vowinklc and Klilifer;
Kessler, St rood and Tonnetnan. Urn
, fires, lllack and Hart,
j (Only three games scheduled.)
Giants Continue Winning Streak
by Defeating Brooklyn,
3 to o.
FOUR HITS OFF RAYMOND
lugs'' Is Shaky in First Few
Innings, but Not in Danger
After Sixth.
Brooklyn. X. V.. May 3.?New York
won its seventh straight victory of the
season I rout Brooklyn to-day by n 3 to
o shut-out. Raymond was shaky in the
nrsi few innings, but was pulled out ot
trouble by fast Melding. After the
sixtlt he was not in danger, H?cker
pitched well, but Deyore's triple und
Doyle's sacrifice lly, ns a starter, scored
one run. and two more were batted out
by clean bitting 'n the seventh. Score:
.Brooklyn. New York.
AB 11 O A K A II 11 O A B
Myers, cf... 4 0 2 0 1 Devorc. If. : I 10 0
Toolcy. ?s. 2 o o 3 i Doyle. -Jb.. r. o 2 3 o
DHtllicrt. lb I 1 ? 0 0 S'grass, cf 4 i 0 0 0
Hiiiu'e), '.i>. t 0 5 1 OMurrav, if I 0 3 0 0
Wheat. If.. 3 I 2 0 0 Merkte, lb I Ol'.' 1 0
i'unison, if 112 0 ft Brld'elt. ml 1 SSO
Klm'aii. 5b. J Mi I 0 Devlin. 3b. I 2 2 2 0
Borgen, c... - I S 2 o Wilton, c. 3 1 2, " 1
Itui-kcr. p.. 2 t> o 1 Oltjy'oud. p4 0 0 4 0
Totals ...2S I 27 !? 2 Totals ...3.' 6 27 17 1.
Score by innings: It. |
Xew York.I fl 0 0 ft Q 2 0 0-3 !
Brooklyn .00000 0 00 0- ft
Summary: Huns?Pevnre. Rridweli. Devlin, i
Two-base lilt?Devlin. Three-base bits?Dei ;
rbr*. Snbdexaes. Sacrifice lilt? TiucV.er. Sac- j
-nice fly?Doyle. Left nn base*?New York, 1: '
Brooklyn, 7. First base nn errors?New York. :
Ij Brooklyn, : Stolen base?Cotillion. Double1
play? Doyle t.. Brldwell to Merltle. First
:>.u.- on bulls?Off Raymond, e: of* Wicker, 3. :
struck out ? By Raymond. 2: ly H?cker, 5.
rime or game, 1:35. Umpires, Klein and'
Doyle.
REDS LOSE FIRST OF SERIES
Chicago. 11'.. May 3.? Ditcher Suggs's i
generosity in free passes, coupled with '
an error and opportune halting, gave
Chicago the tirst game of the Ciilciri- '
nati scries to-rlay. i", to 2. Seme:
Cincinnati. Chicago.
AB 11 O A K Alt M O A K
Bescher, '.f. I i> 0 0 o livers: 2b;; 3 12 4 0
Esan. ib.. 4 13 2 I Sliack'd. If 3 0 2 0 0
Bates, cf... 13 10 Otlot'an. cf. I 2 2 0 0
?loh'zel. lb. S I s 1 OSatcr. lb... I 1 13 l l
Mitchell, rf 1 0l 0 1 0 schulte, rf 4 12 0 0
Jram. 2b... toil OZIm'aii; 2b. 3 1 0 to
Downey, u I l : : 0 Ticker, ss. 3 2 0 4 lj
M't,?an. c. 4 l s l o Archer, c. .? 0 4 10
sue?*, p.... 3 1 0 7 0 Brown, p.. ! 1 2 2 0
?Altlzer ... 0 0 0 0 n
? Beck . 7 I 0 (? 0
Totals ...3i 3 211? 1 Total? ...2? J 27 H 2
?Ran for .Mil.ran in ninth.
'Hattod for Suggs In ninth.
Score by Inning;: R. :
Chicago .0 ft ft ? 0 3 0 S "-6
Cincinnati .0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-2
Summary: linns?Ever*. Hofman, Saler.
Schulte, Zimitiormau, Brown, Egnji, B?te?. |
Two-base bits ? Bates (21, Hofman. Three
liase lilts?Hoblltzel, Zimmerman, Sacrifice
hin?Bescher, Zimmerman, Archer i2>. Hob?
lltzel. Left on bases?< .hirago. :?; Cincinnati,
S. Stolon bnso?Evors. Klrat baiso on balls
Off Siiksh, fi. Struck out by Suggs. 3: by
Brown, 3. Hit by pitcher?Ever*. Time of ,
game. 2 hours. Umpires. Rlglcr and Fln
neraii.
BEEBE IS*HITHARD
Philadelphia. Pa.. May 3.?Boston j
won the final game of the series here
4 to 3. The visitors hits Beehe's curves I
hnrd, eight of their safe hits being for ;
extra bases. Tcnney made live hits, j
Including two doubles, in as many times
at bat. Boston scored the runs which
decided the game III the fourth inning.
oh a base on balls to Uoodc, Sweeney's
double and Pfeffer's drive, which'bound?
ed into thG left lield bleachers for a
home run. Score:
Philadelphia.
AB H O A B I
Clarke, If., n 0 5 0 OTItus, rf... 2 1 0 0 0'
Teuney. lb. 8 5 9 1 OWcl'nco, rf 1 0 3 0 0
Herzoe, ss. 3 1 1 3 0 Knabc. 2b. 4 I 3 5 1 ,
Ing'ton, 3b. 4 OOS Ol.ohert, 3b. A I 1 1 1 .
.Miller, rf... 5 1 0 0 0 Ma??. If.. 4 12 0 0
Ooodc. cf.. 3 1 4 0 0 Piiakert, cf. 3 0 0 0 0'
Sweeney, 2h 4 13 2 1 I.u'rus, lb. 2 1 12 1 ft
Graham, c. 4 2 1 1 0 Doolan, ie. 3 1 2 3 0;
Pfeffer, p.. 3 1 l 2 oDooln, c... 4 0 4 4 0,
Rceho. p... 8 1 0 S 0
?Walsh ... 1 1 0 0 0
Totals ...26 12 27 14 1 Totals ...32 S 27 20 3
?Batted for Beebc In ninth.
Score by innlngai R.
Boston .1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0?4
Philadelphia .0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1?3
Summary: Runs?Tenney, Goode. Sweeney,
Pfeffer, Masco. B?ebe, Walsh. Two-base hits
?Tenney (2), Miller, Graham (2), Sweeney,
Walsh. Three-base hare hits?Herzog, Boo- |
be. Home run?Pfeffer. Sacrifice hits?Pusk
*rt. Herzog (2). Sncrince fly?Knabe. Rtole
baso?Tenney, Double play?Sweeney to Iter
?/.og to Tennoy. Left on basis?Boston, 10;
Philadelphia. 9. First base on balls?Off
Pfeifer, n; off Beebc. Flr.it base on errors
Boston. 2 ?truck out?By Beebe, 3. Tim* of
game, 1:50. Umpires. Bason anil Johnstons.
VICTORY FOR PITTSBURG
Pittsburg, F'a , May 3.?The St. Louis
team made its first appearance, in Pitts
burg, and was beaten S to 4. Hnrmon
was wild. Plttsburg was never in dis?
tress. Leifteld began for Plttsburg, and
pitched good ball until the eighth In?
ning, when ho was hit for a singlo and
three doubles In succession, giving tho
visitors three runs. After two men
were out In this Inning I>eille)rl wns
taken out find Nagle substituted. Ho |
faced four men and struck but three.
Score:
Rt. I.onla. rltt-hnrg.
AB It O A E AB II O A 10 !
llugglr.a. 2b K 1 1 l ORcrne, 3b.. 4 1 0 2
Bills. If.... 5 0 3 0 01.each, of.. 3 1 5 0 0 j
Mowrey, 2b 4 2 1 1 oi-larke. If.. 3 1 2 0 o!
Konet'y, lb 4 2 7 0 0 Warner, ss 1 ft 1 0 2 <
Evans, rf.. 0 0 0 0 0 Miller, 2b.. 4 12 3 0
M'lvcr, rf.. 4 2 1 0 0 limit er, lb. 4 8 6 2 0;
Bresiinn, c 1 3 5 3 0 Wilson, rf. 4 2 0 0 0'
Oakfis. cf... 4 6 2 o OGIhson, c. 4 1 10 1 0
H?user, es. s o 3 2 ft i.?iiiei<i, n. 2 0 1 3 0
Harmon,-p. 3 0 0 1 1 Nngle, p.. 0 0 0 C
?Bliss . 1 0 0 0 0
Geyer, p_0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...37 10123 8 lTote.ls ...29 10 27 11
?Batted for llnrinon In eljthth.
tByrne out. hn by batted ball.
Score by Innings: r.
Plttsburg . .t fi 0 3 ft 0 2 2 *
St. Louis.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0-1
Summary: Hur.s?l.eaoh, 'Marke. Wagner,
Miller, Hunter Hi, Gibson, Mowrey. Kono.l
nhy i2i. Mclvor. Two-basa nits?Byrne,
Clarke, Hunter. Wilson. Konvtchy, Mclver,
Bresnahan f2V Rime run?Hunter. Saorinco
hit?Wagner. Sacrifice fly-Clarko. Stolon
base?Hunter. Urft on haiea?Plttsburg, 3;
St. Louis. 8. Hlis-Off Detfteld. 10 In 71-2
inntns?; oft Kagie. 0 In 11-8 Innlnits: oft
Harmon. 7 In 7 lnnlnsa; off Oeysr. 3 in 1 In?
ning. Flrn hs?e on halls-Oft Uelfield, 2; off
Harmon, I Strurk out?By Leifield, ?: by
Nagle. J; by Harmon, 3: by Geyer. 1. First
base 011 errors-Si, Louis !, Time of game,
2i0-> t;mplres. Brennan at.'l OM'iny.
DeiKh lllnw ?0 l|or*-e rtncliia.
Tallahassee, Kin . May 3.?Horse rac?
ing In this state received a death
j blow this afternoon when the antl
rnce track belting bill passed tho low?
er house of tho legislature by a vole
of 6) to 1, The measure tfclroady has
passed tho Senate and now awaits tho
Oovornor'K action.
Alliier School Defeated,
[ci'liecialto The Times-Dispatch ]
St:,union, Va.. May 3.~Htaunton Mili?
tary Academy won f. heautlfnnv played
game of baseball from Miller School
aero thla afternoon bp the score of
? to I?
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RICHMOND, VA.
DAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY
NATIONAL.
New York, : Brooklyn,
Boston, 4: Philadelphia,
?st. Louis. 4: Plttsbiirs. S
Cincinnati. Chicago. G.
AM Kill CAN.
Washington. .1; Boston. G.
Philadelphia, 13-, New York, 4.
Chicago. 7; Cleveland. S.
Detroit. S; St. Louis, i.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Clubs. Won.
Philadelphia .... 1.1
New York.1<"
i'iltshurg . '?'
Chicago. . . la
Cincinnati . t
Boston . 6
St l.ouls. 3
Brooklyn .4
.r,s7
.?13
.36 I
.333
.SO?
.'JS6
Clubs. Won.
Detroit .1?
New York. S
Boston . 8
Chlcngb . 7
Washington .7
Philadelphia _ 7
Cleveland .7
333 I St. Douls. 1
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
Cincinnati at Chicago.
New York at Boston. i
St. Doills at Plltsburc.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia. I
Philadelphia at Washington.
Boston at Now York.
Detroit at St. Douis.
Chicago at Cleveland.
SOt'TH CAROLINA WINS
FROM WASHINGTON AXD I.EK
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
Columbia, S. C. May 3.?In an ex?
citing game, featured mostly by heavy
hitting, South Carolina won from
Washington and Lee to-day. W. &
bad a chance to win the gamo In the
first, when Webster. Donahue and
Brown singled, with one man down,
but Brown was caught oft third, and,
after Turbyfill walked, Ewlng filed
out. Smith, for W. & L.. pullod down
a line drive that seemed almost im?
possible to get. Donahue and Web?
ster got three hits each for W. & L.,
and Barksdale, of Carolina, got three
hits also
Score by Innings: R_ H. E.
W. A- 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?4 11 3
South Carolina. .0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1?5 1 1 3
Batteries: Owathmey and Donahue;
Mill:! and Owens.
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Tars Defeat Shoemakers in
Clean Contest byt Score
of 5 to 4.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Norfolk. Va., May 3.?With chilly
bin-its sweeping the Held before a
handful of loyal?, with teeth chatter?
ing', and huddled up beneath coat col?
lars, wondering If the gold old sum- j
martlme and baseball weather will
ever come, the Shoemakers un.l the
Tars put up a remarkably clean game
this afternoon, superior stick work I
giving the Tars the victory by the [
scoro of 5 to 4.
At the ringing up of the curtain it
looked as If the crowd was in for a
dose of wild pitching, sandwiched in
between errors, and a swrftfest, a reg?
ular baseball Denver sandwich. But
Finneran settled down quickly, whllo
Tfogue was relieved after the fourth
inning by Stocksdalo, who held the
Tars safely.
J.ynchburg made a desperate bid for ]
ths game In the ninth, but could gut
only one run across the plate. The
score:
I.ynehhurg.
AB. H. O. A. K.
Keating ss. 3 0 2 ?. 0
tfowedcll, 3b . 4 0 3 ?-' 1
Woolums. lb . 3 n S 2 0
McDonnell. 2b . I 2 3 I 0
Morrison, If. .. . 3 n 1 0 I
Hawkins, rf . 3 0 -2 1) a
Franks, cf . 2 1 0 1 0 I
McCorrnac, o . 4 0 4 0 0
Hogue. n..... 2 0 1 2
Stocksdalo, p . 1 ] 0 1 0|
Totals .20 4 24 IB 2
Norfolk.
AB. H. O. A.-F5. I
Babb, bk . 3 0 1 I
Klrchcr. cf . 3 1 1 11 ? ]
Staub, If . 4 0 0 n 0
Dodge. 3b . 4 2 2 1 1
T.aw. lb . 3 0 If, 0 n
Pagol. rf . 2 1 0 0 0
Block, c . 3 1 2 4 (1
I feu sei, 2b . 3 1 1 r,
Finneran, p . 3 1 1 3 ft I
Totals .IS 7 27 IS 2 '
Score by Innings: R.
I.ynehhurg .20000100 1
Norfnlk .2003 0 000 X?S
Summary: Runs?Keating, irowcdell,
Woolums. McDonnell, Babb. Klrcher,
Dodge, fyiw. Block, Two basn hit?]
Finneran. Sacrltlce hits?Woolums,
Pranks; Pngel. Defl on bases?Dynch
burg. 4; Norfolk, 2. Struck out?by
Hogue, 2; by Stocksdale, 1: by Fin?
neran. 2. Bases on balls?off Hogue,
I: off Finneran, 3. Batter hit ? Babb.
Wild pitch?Finneran. Dotiole play?
Keating to Woolums. Time of game,
1:10. Attendance, 460. empires. Hek
ma'h and Henderson.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Milwaukee: R. H. B.
Indianapolis .1 4 S
Milwaukee .ti fi 1
Batteries: Schlitzer, CJhe.hey and
Carlsch; Dougherty und Brcon. Um?
pires. Ferguson and Chill.
At St. Paul: R. H. E.
Doulsvillf.I S 1
St. Paul .3 0 2
Batteries: Slagle and Hughes; De
canniere and Kelly. Empires, Bler
haltor nnd Woddlgo.
At Minneapolis: R. H. E.
Columbus .S 12 6
Minneapolis .0 12 1
("Thirteen Innings.!
Batteries; Sltton, liessard and Remis;
AHrock, l.oudello, Wnddell nnd Smith.
Umpires, Hayes and Eddlngcr.
At Kansas City: R. H. 13.
Toledo . a. 1? 12 2
Kannas City .7 0 4
Batteries: Slapnlcka, Brady and
Happ; Rhoadns, Madriox and O'Connor.
Dm pi t'CB, Hnndlhon and Owens.
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
Al Winston: Greensboro, V.'lnston
Salem, I.
I At. Hpnrlnnbiirg: Greenville, 2: Spar
! lanburg. I 1
.At Andornen: Andorson, 11: Char
'lotto, a.
Philadelphia Americans Win
Easily Prom New York by
Score of 13 to 4.'
HARRY DAVIS GETS HOME RUN
11 i g h 1 a 11 (1 c r s Cannot Find
Coombs After the Third
Inning.
New York. May 3.?Tho Athletics hit
two New York pitchers, Washer and
Qhlnn, savagely to-day. und won easily,
13 to I. Hurry Davis smashed the ball
Into the new stand In centre 1I9IU for
a home run, the Ii ist lilt of this kind
made on the grounds. Coombs did not
allow a hit after the third Inning. The
score:
Now York. Fhilndclpldu.
An II O A E All II O A K
Wolter, rf. 0 g 0 0 0Strunk. It. 4 2 2 0 0
llalloy, rf.. 3 0 0 0 0 Oldrlng, [II : : u 0
Daniels, cf. 3 0 3 0 0 Collins. 2b. b 2 3 2 1
Chase, lb... 3 t *? 0 0 Baker, .Ib.. I 1 3 2 0
Iturtzell, 3b 1 1 3 2 0 Davis, ib.. 4 16 2 0
L'ree, If- 3 2 0 0 0 Murphy, rf 6 1 10 0
Gardner, 2b I 0 0 I O.M'lnula, as 5 3 2 2 0
Johnson, G9 3 0 2 0 0 Llv'ston, c r> 3 5 2 3
H'tveriey, c. 3 0 4 2 :<?..,.mi- p. I 2 3 3 1
Fisher p.... 2 0 0 2 0
?Elliott .... 1 0 0 0 0
Quinn. p... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...yj 4 27 12 1 Total" ...41 17 27 13 4
?Batted tor Fisher In Hovonth.
Score by Innings: R.
Philadelphia .0 3 0 3 0 0 2 3 2?13
Now York.2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0? I
Summary: Ftuni?Strunk, Oldrtng. Collins.
Davis t:?, Murphy, Mclnnla ill. Livingston
(2>. Coombs (21. Wolter, ilalley, Hanl?!?.
Chase. Two-base htu>?Livingston, (.'fee,
Oldrlng, Collins. Three-base hit?Chase.
II0111? runs?Davis. Mclnnla. Sacrifice hits ?
Oldrlng, Daniels, chase. Sacrlflcu ny?Strunk.
Stolen bases?Strunk (21. I'oumba (2), Wol
it-r. Baker, Oreo, Johnson; Oldrlng. Loft on
basos?Philndlcphla, 4; New York, .'>. lilts?
Ofl Fisher, II In 7 Innings; olf Qulim, l> In 2
Innings. Klret base on balls?OK Coombs,
I; ufT Quinn, 1. First base on errors ?Phila?
delphia, l; Now York. 1 Struck out?By
Klsher. I; by Coombs. I. Hit by pitcher?By
'.'onrnlu. 1 (Sweeney); Tlnn, of game, 2
houis. Umpires, Coanolly and Mulltn.
WINS OUT IN NINTH
Cleveland. Ohio, May 3.?Cleveland
defeated Chicago S to 7 to-day. With
tho score tied In'the ninth, and tbc
bases tilled, with two out, Olson's error
saved Dougherty and allowed Lord and
Zeiilor to score. Young was knocked
out of the hox In the third. Scott be?
came wild In tho ninth',' and when the
bases were Helled, Walsh look his
place. Hits by Olson nnd Lajole then
gave Cleveland three run* and the vic?
tory. Scon :
Chicago. Cleveland.
A13 11 O A E AH II 6 A E
Lord, lb_ 4 113 OUrancy. If. 2 1 2 0 0
Zcldcr, 3b.. 4 12 3 1 Olson, sa. i 2 3 1 3
Johnson, cf 2 ft 1 0 0 Jarkaon, cf 5 3 2 0 1
ChoPnrd. cf 3 1 0 0 1 l.njolo, 2b. 4 12 3 0
Dous/ty, If. I 1 1 0 East'ly. rf, 4 1 7 0 0
Hodle. rf.... 1 2 0 0 0Htovs.ll, II?. ?17 10
Ten'hlll, ss 4 1 6 5 0Turner,-3b. 4 0 2 4 0
Collins, lb.. 4 0 13 l 0 Land. e... 3 0 2 4 1
Sullivan, 3 110 0 Gregg, p.. 2 0 0 1 0
Young, p... 10 0 1 OiCrlitK? ... 0 0 0 0 0
Scott, p_i 1 ft 1 0 itllrm'ham 1 t 0 0 0
welsh, p... 00000
Totals ...S5 9'2D 15 2 Totals ...32 10 27 1t
?On* out when ?Inning run was scored,
tltattcd for Land In ninth.
IBntird for (Irene In ninth.
Hcore by Innings: P
Clevelaad .J 0400000 3
Chlcago .? 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2?7 I
Summary: Runs?Grsncy (21, Olson, .lack- |
son. Lajole. Easterly, Grlgga, Birmingham.
Lord (3), Steider <2). Dougherty, Hodle. Two
hSF" hits?Jackson, Fiodlo. Three-hasc hit?I
Olson. Sacrifice hits?Olson, Scott. Stolen |
bhses?Dougherty (3), Lord (8). Steider (t).
Double play?Collins to Tannohlll to Collins.
Pitchers' record: 6 hits off Young In 2 2-3
Innings: 3 hits off Scott In 6 1-3 Innings (none
out In ninth); 3 bits off Walsh In 1-3 Inning.
First base on ballir?Off Gresrg, 4: of Young, 1;
off Scott, 5. Struck out?By Gregg, 3. Hit
by pitcher?By Scott. 1 (Oraney). Wlld^jltclt
?Orcgir. Kirst base on errors?Chicago, '-.
Left on bases?Cl?v< land. *: Chicago, 7. Time
of game, 2:1?. Umpires, OfI/Oughlln and Dt?
neen.
WILLIS MAKES HIS DEBUT
St. Louis. Mo., May 3.?Detroit won J
again to-day, defeating the locals fl to
2. Willis, a Three-I I/eaguo recruit,
made his debut with the locals, and was
hit hard. The score:
St. I.nuls. Detroit.
ABU ? A E AB II O A R1
Hoff'an, cf. 2 2 0 0 0 Jones. If... 3 0 r, 0 1
Austin, 3bi. 3 0 0 2 0 Hush, as... 4 3 2 2 0
Murray, rf. 3 0 10 OCobh, rf... 3 13 0 0
l.aporte, 2h 4 0 3 7 n'-'raw'd. i f. 4 0 0 0 0
Stephens, cS 1 S 6 ODelc'ty. 2b. 3 2 0 4 0
Wallace, ps 3 0 4 I 0 Mor'lty, 3b 4 0 2 1 0
Nown'm, lb 4 0 12 0 OGalnnr. lb. I 1 14 ft ft
Shotton, If. 2 1 2 0 0 Slanage. c3 2 1 2 0
Willis. P... I 0 0 0 OLaflttc. p.. 4 1 0 3 0
Gregory, p. 0 0 0 1 0
?Crlss . 1 0 0 0 0 I
t Williams... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...2S 4 27 20 0 Totals ...33 10 ?7 1.' 1
?Hatted Tor Willis In seventh.
trtattcd for Gregory In ninth.
pror? by Innings: R.
Detroit .0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0-5 I
St. Louis.0 001 00 1 0 0?2 !
Summary: Runs?Jones. Bush, Galnor. La- 1
title, Stnnage. Murray. N'eunam. Tvvo-haso j
hit?l.nlltto. Threo-base hits?Galnor, Dele- j
hnnty. Sacrifice hits?Austin. Wnllarn. HotT- 1
mnn. Double playH?Dclehnnty to Bush to
Galnor; Stephens to Austij to Lnporte. Stol-I
en 'Imscs?Bush (3). Dnlehiiniy. Jones. CObb.'
lilts?Off Willis, S In 7 Innings: off Gregory.
2 In 3 Innings. Left on bses?St. Louts. 7:
Detroit. 4. Struck out?Bv Lafltte, I. First j
gas* on balls?Off Lanttc. .".; off Willis. 3; off
Gregory. 1. Wild pitch?Lnrlt tc. Passed ball |
?Stephens. Time of gamo. 1:41. Umpires,
Perrinc and Sheridan.
VARYING SUPPORT FOR PAPE
Boston. Mass., May 3.?Playing In se?
vere, cold weather, Boston won from |
Washington to-day. fi to 3. Street was
Injured by a foul tip, and McBride left
the game, after objecting to n closo de?
cision. Pape was given varying sup?
port. The score:
Washington. Boston,
AD 11 O A B AB II O A E |
Milan, nr... 3 10 0 1 Hooper, rf 2 1,0 0 0,
Oonr'y. 1 f 3b 1 0 1 1 OGnrd'er, 2b 3 1 3 2 I
?Elberfeld.. 2 2 1 3 0 Speaker, cf 2 2 1 0 0|
M'Brlde. ss 2 0 1 2 0 Lewis, If.. 2 0 0 0 01
Som'lot. lb. 4 0 14 1 OEngle. 3b.. 4 2 2 0 1;
Cun am, Cb. 4 2 2 1 0 Torkes, ss. 2 0 I 5 ! \
Street, c... 2 18 1 OWlllla's. lb 4 2 S 2 0
Groom, p... 1 0 0 0 ONun'ker, c 8 0 S 2 a
IGessler ...1 0 0 0 0 Pape, p.... 4 10 3 1
Gray, p. 1 0 0 6 1
Alnsmlth, o S 0 2 10
Mlllor, If... 0 0 0 0 0
slfenry .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...31 6 21 16 2 Totals ...36 fl 12? 14 4
?Elberfeld, third base and catcher.
tElberfeld out for Interference.
(Batted for Groom In fourth.
znntted for Gray In ninth.
Scorn by innings:
Boston ./.1 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 ??6
Washington .0 t 0 1 0 0 0 1 0?3
Summary: Buns?Hooper. Speaker, Engle.
Yerkes, Williams. Pape, Milan. Elberfeld
MoBrldn. Two-haso hits?Elberfeld (2> and
Speaker. Three-bnso lilt? Williams. Sacrt
tlco hits?Speaker. Lewis, MeBrlde, Hoope?,
Yerkes, Nnnnmnkor. Stolen base?Milan.
Doublo plays,?Yerkos to Gardner to Wil?
liams; Nunamnker to Yerkes. Left on bases
?Boston, 6; Washington. 7. Hits?Off Groom,
f> in 3 Innings: off Gray, 4 In 3 Innings. First
base on balls?OfT Pape, 4: off Groom, I; off
Gray, 8. Struck nut?By Pape, fl: by Groom,
I; by Gray, 2. Wild pitch? Groom. Time of
[gamo, 1:60. Umpires, Scan and Evans,
V i;
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TIDEWATER LEAGUE
Won. Lost P. <
Norfolk . K ? .613
Portsmouth . S r, .Cl?
Newport News .... 7 5 .SK3
Suffolk . 7 -R .638
Kllziihoth City _ ? R .42S
Old Point .i3 10 .231
Piny* In I) Ik Lentrup t'orm.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Suffolk, V.r. May .1.-?Suffolk to-day
played In almost hip league form, nml
won from Newport News 9 to 1. Tho
Shipbuilder*, made their only run after
two men wore out In tho ninth. She
ban threw only throe balls In the. sixth.
Score by Innings: It. 11. E.
Newport News. .0 0 0 ft n o 0 ft 1?l 3 3
Suffolk .3 100 30ft2x?9 12 0.
Rattcrles: Mlritcr, Qulnn ami McRao;'
Shehan and Sic nick. Umpire. McCann.
Attendance. 900.
Victory for Portsmouth.
Norfolk. Va? May 3.?Score by In?
nings: R. IT. K.
Elizabeth City. .ft ft 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?2 f, .7
Portsmouth . . . .0 ft 1 ft 2 1 ft 0 x ?i 5 2
naileries: Elizabeth City. Schmidt
und Cleveland; Portsmouth, Johson
and Cote.
Cleven-lnnlnc Cnme.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Hampton. Va? May 3.?In an clevcn
Inulng contest, which was marked by
slugging. Including three homo runs,
the Old Point "Gunners" this after?
noon defeated tho Norfolk "Rookies"
on the Phoobus Army and Navy dia?
mond by the score of 10 to 9.
Score hy Innings: R_ H. K
Old Point . .0 0 ft B ft 0 2 0 0 1 1?10 IB 5
Norfolk ... .0000001261 0? 9 13 3
Rattcrles: Old Point. Flood and Her?
mann; Norfolk. Mulllntx, Ward and
McPherson.
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Mltlnee To-Day 2i30.
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Supreme Features in Both.
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May 4, 6 and fi.
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