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LAST GAME OF SERIES
ALSO GOES TO TARS LathropisHit Hard and Only Run Made in Three Games by Richmond is Due to An Error. VIRGINIA LEAGUE VESTEHDA Y'S RUM I.TS. Norfolk. Bi Ilh'Umouil. I. Danville, ?i l.ynchhurg. IVIcrKhtirg, :i| HiiHiiokc. 1. M'AMiiM; 6k rui: ein Clubs. Norfolk ... Roillioke lllchiiioud ?jj neb b?rg i'clcrsburc Danville Won. l.oM. ... II IV ... 11 l - ... in II .. . s II Ii s. Last I?. C. enr. ,7ii .:in:i .."00 .1117 .I7S iBSI . I7< ?VJtl .170 .52? ?HCl .11'. i WHERE T1IKY PLAY TO-WAV. Lynchb?rg nt Richmond. Dnuvllle ol Petersburg. Ilminnkc nt .Norfolk. (Special to The TlmM-;Dispatch: j Norfolk. \"a.. May IT.?Cleanly out? playing and outbattlng the visitors. Norfolk made it three straight from the Colts this afternoon, the score being " to 1. An accident Is all -.bat prevented the last game from being j a Shut-out. Klnnernn was very cf. > fective In the pinches, while Lathropl was hit hard, and just at the time tu' court In the run column. Owner Bradley, of the Richmond tram, was a spectator at the gumu. but his presence failed to enthuse any life into the contest, so far as. the vis? itors are concerned. The only run of the visitors In three games came In the seventh; With one out. Sullivan reached first on ilousci-? error, and Barker utihotttod a triple that easily scored hlrib The next two men were fanned; when Kinhoran tightened up. Norfolk's runs Icarne in the second, third and seventh: and were due to the bum hing of hits that counted In the run column. . A great catch by Kircher of a long 11 y by Engan. nearly to the. clubhouse, saved a second score that TENNIS MATCHES HI COUNTY CLUB University of Virginia Team Will Play Local Racquctteis This Afternoon. The tennis team of the University ot Virginia will play a team match litis afternoon with a team from the Country Club of Virginia, on the courts of the Country Club. The matches will begin at :: o'clock. The teams will consist of four men each and will play four matches of ?ingles and two mutches of doubles. A very interesting and close match Ik expected, as the university team this year Is very strong, and the greater experience in tennis matches of the Country Club team will be off? set by their lack of practice, the club courts having been thrown open for plays only about ten days ngo. The Country Club team will prob? ably consist of yVhltirick; Coke. Mullen and Wlggs. The Interest in lentils Is very great this year at the club, and a large gallery is expected. An invitation has been extended to oil tennis players or the Hermitage Oolf Club to witness the matches. Ever* Hay Co to Sanatorium. New York. May 17.?Manager chance, of the Chicago Nationals, to-day re? ceived a visit from Tom Ever.-, of Troy. N. Y. brother of Johnny Evers, the famous second baseman of the C':hs. who Informed Chance the little second baseman of the Cubf was only able to get oiit of l.o.i once or twice a day. bin war planning to go to Chi? cago rfffc/t; Saturday and ihen confer wl'th.SPre^rient Murphy; of the Chicago team, hs to" the advisability o? gclng to h sanato'i ium. the visitors threatened to put across. The score: Richmond. AB. R. II. (). A. K. Raker, oh. 4 0 i 1 II U McCsbe, rf. 4 a 2 l 1 I) Eagan, 2b. I 0 1 I I I ' Martin, ss. t " l :i 4 U Mattls. If. 4 0 0 I U 0 Cowan. ll>.f. 4 0 0 S I V Sullivan, c. 4 l a 2 li 1 Barker, <T. 4 n 3 .t o l La t Itrop, p. 4 n a l 1 n Totals .SO I S 31 11 I Norfolk. AB. R H. O. A. E. Bubh. ss. I o l ?_? :i H Kirchen cf..- :> I 2 l n o Staub. If. 5 2 .; 10 0 Dodge. 3b. 3 t o 0 2 1 Law. lb. 2 1 I s 2 U Honsel. 2b. 5 a i :: .". I I'helaii. c. 1 a n c n u Walsh, rf. s o l 2 o u Finueran. p. I ? 2 1 2 o Totals ..15 5 11 27 12 ! Score by innings: R. Richmond .o 0 o n a <\ t a o?1 \ Norfolk .0 1.10 0010'?5 Summary: Two-base bits?Staub.] Law and Barker Three-base hltsp-1 Law and Barker. Sacrifice hlts--Babb and House). Stolen base?Maltis strike outs.Flnncran. R; l.athrop. I. Hayes on balls?Dathrop, 3. Left on bases-?Norfolk. 11; Rlchrr.'md. S. Time. 1 I". Attendance. 7iK>. Umpire?, Henderson and l.eary. WINS A FT EU THREE HEATS. Clone Race on Cumberland Anaorla fliin'a Coiiric ut l"'i> etlevllle. [Special to The Tlmes-Plspateh.l l-ayetteville. N. C. May IT.-The matinee si the Cumberland Agricul? tural Association's course this after? noon furnished as pretty a race as j could he Imgalncd, this being a trot or pace affair, which was awarded Id J. Spinnt Newton's brown pacer. Gentry Dicta tor. after three close heats. The first wan won by \V. II. I'.ndes's gray trotter. Prince No'.vnl. 'the .econd was a dead heat between Gentry Dictator and Hoover O.. D. K. Taylor's brown piioer. The third heat was taken 111 greill style by Gentry r>lctator. who j was awarded the race, as Hoover O., J together with Whttlork, also Taylor's ' enl ry, was drawn. j Gentry Dictator was driven by .lorry j S.-oti. and the time was 2:20. and The r-lasf B was won by Fugenc Johnson's sorrel gelding, s'port. Salvation Kate took the hock hor.? ?.?ace. driven to hack. The Thursday nicht volleyball league guinea will begin to-night. Four teams l.ave been Organized, as follows: 1. Golti?R: M Lawrence, raptaln: G. A. Pulton. .1. R. Robertson. C. rhll : lips. M. Mercer. II. C. Sutherland. V. IT. Tyler. C. V,'. Crbwdar. Jr. -I. M. I Nenr.el. W. H. Harris. , A. E. Waller I stein. .1. P. Atkins. 2. Tars?F. .1. Fowler, captain: C. I. 1 Perkllis, N. D. Hargrove, .lr.. S. Splael. |.G. P. Heuhe, T. .1. Reddln. lt. R. Rolib. K. R?ber, .i. p. Dalton. H. B. Bibb, .'. K. F'btlet, S. Berg. .. Bugs?P. O, Cole, captain: D II. ?lue. !?: R. Dunford, L Payne, B. W. Rrockenbrough. C M. Carlton, .1. M. Elmorc, .1. 1. Stephens. .1. R. Heathers. N. R. Thomas. G. H. Winfrey. I. Goobers?S. R. C-iazebrook. cap inln: F. A. Seal. E. S. Bolton. P. B. Stone, E. A. .Sullivan. M. L, Hughes. C. R. Davenport. G. K .lends. C. Schuaf. C. B. Nenzel, C. R. Purdy. Each team will play two games each Thursday night. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Mobile: Mobile. 2. Atlanta. X At Montgomery: Montgomery, 5; Chattanooga, I. At Birmingham: Birmingham. S; Memphis, I". At New Orleans: New Orleans. 10: Nashville, l. T A Glass of meer You cun take alittlc trip into the winter any time you're hot, tired and thirsty. The very next time you're near a place that sells Coca-Cola, go in and spend F>c for this trip ticket into December?a glass or bottle of The most delightfully cooling and refreshing beverage you ever tickled your palate with. Remember this for the hot days this summer, when the I roads are dusty and the sun beats down. \,y'\, Delicious ? Refresbini? i W', '> Tbirst-Qusnchiog Sc Everywhere S'.ruJ for our interesting booklet, "The Truth About Coca-Cola." 5 V:i mm Whenever you trc an Arrow think Coca- Col a THE COCA-COI. Atlanta, PITCHERS' BATTLE With Hell in Box. Chicagos Fail to Get Single Run. ONLY ONE REACHES SECOND Winning Run Scored in Eighth on Burch's Scratch Hit. Brooklyn. N. 5'.. May 17.?In a pitch? ers- battle With Richie to-day, Bell shut-out the Chicagos, 1 to 0. The win? ning run was scored by Daubert on a seratcli hit by Burcb. Only one of the Visitors reached second. . H. Stimmer man was i?ut out of the game for sit? ting oh Daubert, when Kling threw wild on the latter"s steal of second. Daubert was given third on the play. Score: Brooklyn. Chicago. AH H O AR AB H O A K stark, ss... 4 1 1 S OEheck'd. If ,1 t 1 I ft Daunen, lb t 1 11 0 o Schulte, rf I 0 I 0 0 Wheat, If.. 3 0 2 0 0 Hofau, cf. 4 0 2 1) 0 llum'cl, 2li. 3 0 3 5 U Chance, lb 1 a .". o n Uurch, cf.. :i I o o osaler, ib.. l i s o o Coulson. rf 1 0 2 (' 0 Doyle, 3h.. S 0 O I 0 'K. Zltn'an. '.' 1 2 0 oShran. ss.. .10 0 3 1 Borgen. C... 1 0 3 I o |H. Zlm'nn 3 1 5 3 0 Hell, p. o 0 0 0 I) Archer. 7b. fl 0 a ?' 0 Kilns-. c;i. 3 0 3 2 1 I Rlchlo. p.. '.' u I :. 0 tKalscr ... l a o 0 0 Totali ...24 4 27 n o Toiai? ...jj 3 21 ir. ? "E. Zimmerman, third base. ' ? H. Zimmerman, second base. IHattcd for Richie In nlnlh. Score by Inning.-: R. I Chiciico .0 o a a p ft o o o ! Brooklyn .a o a o ooi o ??l i Summary: Hun?Daubert. Sacrifice hits?| Wheat. Bergen <2>. Left on bates?Chicago, 3: Brooklyn, n. First base on error?Brook- | lyh. I. Stolen baye?1 laubert. Double plays! ??beckard to 11. Xlmmerman: Stark to Hummel to Daubert; Herman to Hummel to Dauben. Flrsi base on balls?Oft' Bell. 2; off Richie. 3. Struck put?By Richie. 3: by Bell. . 2. Time of Mine. 1:23. empires. Easoii and Jnhnsione. ELEVEN-INNING GAME Philadelphia, Pa.. May 17.?Luderus's. long hits enabled Philadelphia to de- ) feat Cincinnati to-day in eleven In- i nlngs by the scoro of 4 to 3. l.uderus j drove in two runs with a two-bagger, i and he won the game In the eleventh with a home-run drive over the right ', Held fence. Two One running catches . by Taskert and one by Mitchell in the j closing innings featured the play. [ Score: Ctneinnall. Philadelphia. ; AB II O A kl AB H O A C Bescher, li. ?"? '-? 2 v (? Titus, rf... i o : a a I Kenn. Sil.;. 5 114 ? Knabe, 2b. 5 0 4 10 Bates, cf... I ; r ii ? Loben, :ih. t i a 4 o llob'zel. lb. 5 1 12 0 0 Mcgec. If.. .'. 2 1 0 It .Whcncll. rf I I * 0 0 Basken, ef S O 7 0 I cinni. 3b... ? l o 1 o l.ud'UK. Ihr. 2 10 n u Altlzer. ss.. 4 0 1 4 0 I'eetnn. ss. I I : .1 I M'l.ean. c.. I o 4 o u Dooln, c... 4 0 r :: o Srommc, p ii l l 2 OAlux'der, p I l 0 J o Total? ...41 S M0 11 J Totals ...."Vi 7 33 II 21 ?\*o one out when winning run wag scored. | Score by Innings: It, ? i'lndimatl .10 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?;: Philadelphia .1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1?4 Summary: j nuns?Besrher 121, Fromme, l.oberi. Magec. Basken, l.uderus. Ttyo-bas* hits?Mltehell. l.uderus. Home run?Ludcru*. Stolen liases ? Bescher. Eean. Lobort. l.llder- ; iia. l.efi oh ban**? Cincinnati, 10; Phlladel-i pbia. S. First base on balls?Off Fromm". I; pft Alexnuder. 4. First base or. error??CIS ? .Inhal). 2: Philadelphia. I. Struck out -l\y Fromme. 3; hy Alexander. ;. lilt by pitch? er -By Alexander. 1 (Alllzer). Passed ball Don::!. Time of game. jjin. Umpire*. O'Day , and Brennan. GAME GOES 12 INNINGS Boston. Mass.. May 17. ? Herzog's wild throw in the twelfth inning let in Pittsburgh winning run troin Boston : to-day: score. 7 to 6 Roth teams fur- j nished sensational hitting. Grahaut's hand was badly injured In the second inning, and he was forced to retire. Score: | Boston. f'ltlshurg. A B H O A B A B H O A K J. i'.Trke. If 4 17 0 1 Berne. 3b. ? 0 4 I 0 Tcnney. lb. H 1 11 0 0 Leach, cf. 6 I l o f, Herzog, ss. 4 2 2 7 1 F. Cf ke. If R 0 4 10 Ing'ton. ::e. 114 3 o Wagner. ?s 7 2 2 4 It. Mi.I r. ri I 0 2 0 0.1. Mfll'r. 2h I 3 I 4 n Gondc; rf... 2 2 0 n Hunter, ih 3 1 11 0 0 Sweeney, :)> ? 13 1 I Wilson, rf. ? 3 2 0 0 Ctrl hail); c . 1 0 1 0 0 tilbcon, c.. .'? 1 S 2 0 Curtis, p... 4 10 3 i. Ferry, p... 2 10 0ft Banden, c. 3 I .1 0 o i.cirteid. p 2 10 1 0 ?Butler .. . 1 a 0 (' DJFIynn ... 1 o o 0 o Collins, If. 1 0 I 0 OCnry, cf... o o 0 0 0 'Sprat: _ 1 0 0 0 ni'a'nltz, p.. 0 0 0 0 o Totals ...C10.Vi 14 3 Toial? ...45 13 35 16 I ?Bat|rd for J. Clarke in tenth; t Ha tied fer Curl Is In twelfth. IHatted for l.eiftcld In eleventh. Beere l>v binlugs: R Boston ..'.O0I 0 0 3 OOO 2 0 0?.; Plttshurg .0 1 0 r. o 2 1 o o 2 0 1?7 Huuimary: Riini?Tenn.;v, Herzog i2i. In gerttin, R. Miller. Sweeney. Wagner (2). .1. .Miller 121, Hunter. Wilson. Cary. Two-base hi is ?Sweeney. j. Clarke, Wilsen '2t. Wag? ner. I.elfleld. I.each. Three-base hit?Gondu. Home runs?Wa gner. Herzog; Incerion. Sac rlllce hits? F. Clarke, Hunter. Sweeney. Sae. I tllce fly?CKhson. Left op, bases-Boston. 3: pittBbiirg, IS. Double plays?Byrne lo Hun? ter: F. t'iarke to Gibson; Hcriog to Tenheyj Byrne i tinassl.ited). Bits?Off Ferry. S In 4 Inning?; off I.elfleld. 2 In I Inning?; olf Cam nltz. ii in 2 Innings- First base on balls?Off Curtis, *: off Kerry. 2: off Lelfleld, 1. Struck out ?lly Curtl?, 2; by Perry, 4; by I.elfleld, I: by Caninltz, 1. Hit by pitcher?By Curtis. I rllunieri; by I.elfleld. 1 (Herzog). Ktolen base ? Banden. Time of gome, 2:10. Umpires, Klem and Doyle. CARDINALS DEFEAT GIANTS New Vork. May 17.?Good pitching by Sallce enabled the St. Louis Cardi? nals lo lake to-day'?, game from the Giants and to break oven on the scries. The score was 3. to I. Costly errors by (?randall and Rrldwel] helped the visi? tors to two runs In the tifth Inning. Bliss, of St. Louis, was taken with a dl/./.y spell after catching a foul fly. and had lo he carried off tlie Held. The score: PI. l.ouM. New York. AR H O A R AR II O A B ilugKlns, :b i 3 0 6 n Devore, rf. I ft o o H?user s? I 1 0 2 0 Do.\le. 2b.. < I 3 2 ft F.llls, if. 2 2 .'. I ii r?raas, cf 4 1 I ?0 Koric.l'y, lb 4 0 S ft ft Murray. If. I 2 1 0 0 Kvans, rf... 4 1 0 0 0 Merkle. lb 2 1 11 I o Morfrey. Jb I, 0 I ' 3 ? Hrld'ell, i& 4 0 < i I Oakei cf..1 1 ' >? 0 Devlin. 3b. I I 0 1 0 Blur, f... '1 1 4 0 0 Myeis. c.. 3 0 3 2 ft Bres'ban, c I 0 1) '?? iii'ian'all. p I 0 0 I I Ha I ice, p . . I 0 o I ft ?! Tnia;? ...31 S 27 7 0 Total? ...32 6 27 In 2 I ficoie by Innings: R. '. St. Louis.0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0-3 X? ? Vork.0 0 I ft 0 0 0 0 0-1 Summary: nuns?Huggln?, Kvans. Bliss. Doyle; Three.base hit -Rille. Stolon base*? :-'iK;n ri ass. Murray, Merkle. Devlin. Left on hast??Si Louis. 6; New York. 7. Double play?Kills in Bllst. First base on erroi ? St. I.OUll, I. First he,ie on balls?Off Sali?*, 4; r,^ Crandall, :. Stiuck out?By Rallee. 2: by i randull, 1. Time of game, 1:15. Urn fires. It:sler and Flnr.ernn. COLLEGE BASEBALL At Annapolls. Md.: Navy, S; Mary? land Athletic Club. 3. At Philadelphia: University of Penn aylvanla, 5; Holy Cross, I, At Princeton: Yale. Freshmen, 4 I Princeton Freshmon, I. i At .New Haven. Conn.: Brown, S Vale. j. At Princeton, NT. .1,: Princeton. 4 I ^ fa yet I c. 2. At Athens, Oa.: Unlvcralt/ of Oeor t.la. 0: More.cn, 1. RESULTS YESTERDAY NATIONA I,. ?St. Louis, 3; New York, L Chicago, 0; Brooklyn, 1. P ttsburg. 7: Boston, ? (It Innings). Cincinnati. ;t; Philadelphia, 4. AMISn IC.\ N. Washington. 2: St. l/ouis. 9. Philadelphia, 6; Chicago. 7. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Clubs. Philadelphia . Pittsburg ... New York .. Chicago . Cincinnati . .. St. Louis _ Brooklyn Boston . Won. Lost. T. C. 22 7 .7Y.0 18 9 .0*7 10 II .533 15 13 .53?; 12 II .?22 !> If. .375 S 20 .2fit> Last year. 5.22 .i!S? .53 S .512 .571 .ISO .340 .37i Clubs. Petrolt _ Chicago . . . Boston Philadelphia Now York . Cleveland Washington St. Louis . Won. Lost. ?oo 500 100 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburg at New York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Boston. 1'hllndelphtn at IJelrntt. Now York at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. Washington at Cleveland. EARLY LEAD WINS FOR PETERSBURG Both Pitchers in Great Shape, and Game One of Best of Season. (Special to The TImos-Dlspalch.) Petersburg. Vu.. May IT.?llnnnlfah ami Draper both pitched pennant-win? ning ball this afternoon, but Draper was hit hard in the llrst two Innings, the Goobers getting a two-bagger, four singles and a base on balls In these Innings, which netted them three runs, a lead which Roanoke was unalde lo overcome. Kamillan held the Magic City boys to five singles, no two of them in one inning, and he struck out eight men. With the exception of the i second, when Petersburg made three I errors, and Itbanoke made Its only run j of the game, the game was as pretty ] it one as has been seen in Petersburg j t.hi:, season. The last seven Innings of the game ) was played In grout shape by both j trams, not a man on cither side getting as far as third base. mo. of Iho bat? ters on both teams being retired In one, two three order. Itonrioke played an errorless game, ami but for the sec-' end Inning, Hannlfan would have the credit of a shut out. The score: I'ctrrNhitrg. AB. II. O. A. F. Martin. So. 4 0 2 I I Stein. If. 1 1 0 ? 0 Booe, 2 b. I 1 0 2 2 Spencer, rf. I 2 0 0 o j Busch, s?.:. 3 a t r. i I Mace, c. 3 1 !? 0 ft Tnbor. lb. 3 1 !> ft 0] nivers. cf. ." 1 .", a a | Hannlfan, j>. 1 u 0 l rtj Totals .2f> T 27 12 4 ! It onnokc. AB. 11. O. A. K. Khaiighriessy, rf. t l o o a. Card In. cf. .". 0 I 0 tl i Holland. If. I l ft ft j Prossly. lb. 4 1 fi 2 ft Cooper, c. 2 I I'. I o I Shield*. 2b. 4 n I i o I Clever, ss. 4 1 4 3 a j "Connor, 3b. 3 0 3 2 ft, Dr?per ,p. 4 l 2 :i o Totals .32 fi 24 12 ft ?Kfford batted for Connor In ninth Inning. Score by Innings: Ft. Boanoke .ftlftftftOOft??1 Petersburg .1 2ft0000ft ???, Summary: Runs?Booc. Divers. Han? nlfan. Cooper. Two-base hits?Mace. ' Spencer. Stolen bases?Booe. Doubl? plays?Boop. Posch, Tuhor. Hase on halls?off Hannlfan, 12; off Draper. I. Left on bases?Petersburg, f,: Roanoke, 4, Struck out?Hannlfan, S; Draper, fi. Time of :;ame, | :30. Umpires. Hamil? ton and Cefa I u. Attendance. 1,000. I he car you riught in have at the price | yoti otiphi to pay. W. C. Smith & Co. 314 N. Fifth. 313 N. Fourth. All makers of electrics would like to ! build a shaft-driven car. But only the BAKER Company has designed an effi. cicnt shaft drive for electrics. Others have experimented. The BAKER has ACHIEVED. Telephone Madison 7060. WORTH ELECTRIC VEHICLE CO., Inc., Main and Belvidere. "Guaronteed for Life." RICHMOND MOTOR CO., Inc\ 313 WestMain The buyer who knows the difference in automobile^ will own a Jones Motor Car Co. Allen Ave. and Broad Streets Two Cycle f?^??^^^^ 4 Cylinders Till: CAR THAT 11 AS NO VALVES. Guaranteed Engine Service. Price, Sl,200 to ?2,31)0. Imperial .Motor Car Co., IMntrlbuteri 1(131 \V. Ilrnnd St. Phon? Moo. 121.1. For 30 Years iho House of Quality. Straus, Gunst & Co., Dlttillers and Blender* ot Fine Whiskies. Drink Old Henry It* Long Record Proves Iis Morn. CATALOGUE On request. Richmond Iron Works Corp., & Motor Car Makers Helpless at Bat, and Lose Final Game to Danville, 6 to 2. I Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Va., May 17.?While 11 alike was an enigma to Lynchbnrg, I'lielan anil Benlty, new pitchers, were hit hard, and Danville took the last game of the series 0 to 2. The locals played good hall In the Held, hut were helpless at the bat. Smith's liorne run was a feature for the visitors! The score: Lynchbnrg. AB. ?. O. A. B. Wool urns, lb. :i 0 io 0 ?? Morrison, if. :i 2 2 1 0 Conroy. 3b.*.. 3 1 1 1 1 McDonnell, 2b. I 'J 2 6 0 McCormac, c. il 0t S 1 u Bloh, c. l t' 0 0 a Keating, ss. 3 0 a :? 2 Kelly, cf. I I) 3 o u Hawkins, rf. 2 0 0 0 U Phelan. p. n o 0 0 (1 IJealty. p. 3 0 1 1 U Totals ..j f. 27 in i'l linn villc. AH. H. ? A K. ! Kaufman, cf. I 1 1 0 0 j Morgan, ss. 1 2 3 1 a j Cooper, 3b. 2 111? Schr?der, lb. R 1 9 2 I' Lniighllu, c. .'j l :> 2 1 I Cngglns'<i . 2b. 4 0 2 2 6: .Smith, rr. 3 1 1 0 0 Kr^e, If. 4 2 1 0 0 Hanks, p. I 1 a t 1 12 It. Totals .Sh : Score by Innings: Lyiiehhurg .I 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 a?J Danville .0 "? 21 0 0 2 I D?6 Summary: Huns?Woolums. Conroy, Kaufman. .Morgan. Cooper, Cogglns, Smith. Hanks. Two.base hit?Laugh l|n. Three-base hits?Conroy. Krye an,| Cooper. Home run?Smith. Hacrillce hits ? Morrison. Conroy and Smith. Sacrifice II y?Cooper. Stolon bases? McDonnell, Kaufman. Morgan and Hanks. First base on errors?Danyllle, 3. Deft on bases?I.ynchburg, ?: Dan? ville, !?. Double plays?Danks, Schr?? der anil Ijtiighlln; I.aughlin and Mor? gan. Pitchers' summary?3 lilts oft Phelan In 2 1-3 Innings. 7 o(T Realty in 7 2-3 Innings. Struck out?by Phe? lan, 1: by Beatty. ".: by Hanks, 5, Base on balls?off Phelan, 2; off Befltty. 3; off Hanks. 3. Time. 2:01. Umpire, Connolly. TIDEWATER LEAGUE StaudtUR of the Club?. Clubs. Won. l?osl. P.C. Portsmouth . Ill !> .667 Newport News. 15 S .662 Norfolk . 14 10 .5.\3j Elizabeth City. 11 14 .410 i Suffolk . 10 IS .400 j Old Point. 6 17 .261 Where Tbey Ploy To-Dny. Norfolk at Old Point. Newport News at Portsmouth. Elizabeth City ut Suffolk. Prrtly PltcUcrh' Battle. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] I Portsmouth, Va., May 17.? In one of I the prettiest pitchers' battles of the! season, and with the Pirates playing j a great uphill game, Portsmouth de? feated Newport News this afternoon by the score of 6 to 5, and took tlr3t place again In the Tidewater race by a small margin. The feature of the game was the batting of Wagner and Bowen. for Portsmouth, the former capturing three singles, and the latter a double and d single. Drumm was In fine shape and out pitched Barry, who was not only hit hard in the pinches, but was wild. The Shipbuilders gave Barry sensa? tional support. Score by innings: R. H. E. Newport News. .1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0?5 4 0 Portsmouth ...,1011 2 0(11 ??6 0 3 Batteries: Barry and Rogers; Drumm and Cote. Morcly Puzzles Norfolk. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Hampton, Va.. May 17.?Old Point won from the Norfolk Rookies on the Phoebus diamond this afternoon by the count of 9 to 2. The visitors were, un? able to connect with Morely's twirling. Score" by Innings: R. H. E. Old Point.0 0 0 2 1 0 1 r, ?? fi 13 0 Norfolk .10010000 0?2 S 2 Batteries: Morely and Bracken Hogue and Lucas. Kirk on Umpire'* Work. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Suffolk, Va.. May 17.?In a game that was featured by fierce, kicking on Um? pire Curtis, Suffolk lost to Elizabeth City 13 to 4. After the contest Curtis entered a carriage with Manager Gui 2cn, of the visiting team, and was driven downtown. President Withers, of the local association, announced Curtis will not officiate to-morrow. Score by Innings: R. II. E. Elizabeth Cl ty.. 2 7 0 0 0 0 3 1 0?13 10 3 Suffolk . 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0? 4 R 6 Batteries: Schmidt and Cleveland; Shehnn. Turner and Garhutt. Attend? ance, 750. Victory for Ifnrrlsonhurg. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] TIarrlsonburg, Va., May 17.?With two men on the bases. ' Bryan, a new mfln from the Connecticut League, hit a homo run to-day, winning for llar rlsonburg a great game from Shenan doab Collegiate Institute, of Dayton, by a score of fi to 6. Garber. of I lie North Carolina League, played with Dayton. Swncker. of I larrlsonburg. struck nut ten men und allowed only two hits. FOURTH STRAIGHT WOU BY CHICAGO American League Champions Defeated Again by Score of 7 to 5. OLDRING GETS HOME RUN Ball Over Left Field 'Fence Is Longest Hit Ever Made on Grounds. Chicago. 111., May 17? Chicago won ItH fourth straight game from Phila? delphia to-day. 7 to 5. OUIring's home run was the feature of the gume. the hall going over tho left field fence; registering the longest hit on ..the grounds Score: Chicago. Philadelphia. AU II O A R AB 11 O A E M'lni're. ef 12 2 0 ("Strunk, If. 10 2 10 I.mil. 3b.,.. 3 1 :: I 0 Oldrlny. ef r. 2 0 0 a Carbon, If, :. 2 t I ?tR. Collins I 2 2 3 0 Hodle, rf... 3 110 0 linker. lib. 3 0 0 3 0 ?J. Collins, n 1 1 I 0 Us via. ii... ( or. 00 Tun'hlll, ?b (i 1 5 1 0 Miirphv, rf 4 1 100 Corhan. ss. 2 11 2 3 OM'Innla, sat 2 2 2 2 Sullivan, e. 3 1 S 1 0 l.lv sion. c I 2 2 0 a l.aiiec p.-- 3 3 0 2 1 Russell, p. 1 l 0 1 a Olsii-ad, p. 7 0 ! 0 0 Morgan, |> 3 0 0 4 0 Totals ...31 12 27 10 1 Totals ...3110 2111 2 '.I. Collins, llrst base. tK;' Collins, second base. Score by Innings: 11 Chicago .'. 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 ??7 Philadelphia .I 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1?3 Summary: Runs-Mclntyr? 121. Caliban, Bodlo. Cnrh.m. Sullivan. Lange, Strunk >:>, Ohlring (J), Mclunls. Tv.o-buse hits? Bo.lb-. Livingston, Lange, Melntyre Three-base hits?Lange, Oldrlng. Home run?Oldrlng. Sacrifice hits?Lord, Sullivan. Stolen bases? Callnftan (2). Doubl? play? E. Collins to Davis, lieft on bases?Chicago, 11; Phlludel- I phla, 2. Hite-Off ltussell. I in 1 Inalnc; ore | Morgan, s In 7 Innlnas: off Lance, s in 1?, 1-3 | Innings; off OHnstead; 2 2-3 innings. First base on ball.- ? Olf Morgan. 8; nit Dange, 7. ' struck nut ?By Lange, 6: bv Morgan: l: by I Olmatcad, I. Tim? of gorn?, 2:15. Umpires; | Pcrrlne and Sheridan. CLEAN SWEEP OF SERIES St. Louis. Mo.. May 17?The locals bad little trouble winning from Wash? ington to-day, l' to 2. making a clean sweep '^f tho series. Score: St. I.1111K MiishlnKlon. All 11 n A V. AB II ii A F, Shotfon, cf. 1110 0 Milan, cf . :i 0 1 0 oi Austin. 3b,. 2 l 3 2 11 Hlber'd 3b I | 1 4 III Mclean, r.'. 3 220 0 Leilvelt, if 3 1 : 0 0; l.aporte. 2b 2 0 4 4 OOe'sslwr, rf 2t 0 1 1 0 Hoaan. If.. I 0 : rt 0 M'Brre. >?. 4 I 1 4 0 Stephens, c 3 0 10 1 Ciin'nni. !b 3 1 0 1 ft Wallace; es I 1 I I 0 Boiri'lot. lb 3 0710 My*r?, ti... 1000 OAtnt'lth. ci (1 <i 0 2 Pc-ltv. o.... ?1C2 0 Walker, p. 0 0 III Otey. p_e rt 0 0 1 Sherry, p. 2 I 0 1 0 ?Kcbuefar., 1 0 0 0 0 tMllier. 1 0 0 0 6 Totus ...30 f> 27 10 1 Total? ...29 5 21 12 3 ?Hjtled for Somerjot In ninth. ? Batted for Oley In third. Score by Innings: H. Washington .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?2 St. Louts_.I 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 ?? 'j Summary: Runs?Milan, Elberfeld. BhOtton (2i. Austin ! (3). Meloaii (S), Hogari, Pelty. Home run?Austin. Sacrifice hill?l.aporte, Oesslcr, Double plays-Pelty 10 Luporte lo Myers; Austin to l.spnrte :o Myers. Left on bases St. Louis. I; Washington, lilts?Off Walker, 0 In no Inning; off Oley, 2 In : In? nings; otf sherry. 4 In r. Innings. Struik out ? Bv Otey, 3: by Shen v. 3. First base on halls -On* Wnlkt-r. 3: off Otey, 11 off Sherry. I; off Pflly. 3 Hit by pltrher? By Walker. 1 IMfcjoanll by Pelty. I (Leilvelt), -rime of game, !:l'. Umpires, Dlneen and O'LouSh PLAY WITH TARS Norfolk Club Restrained From Interfering With Any Tide? water League Player. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Norrolk. Va , May 17.?True to their promise ihe attorneys of the Newport News baseball club of the Tidewater League and of President llannan, of that organization. appeared In the Daw and Chancery Court early this afternoon, and secured a temporary In punetlon. granted by Judge William B. Martin, preventing the Norfolk baseball club from uflng Inlielder Richard?, of the Newport News club, or from Interfering with any other player of the. outlaw league, for the space of sixty days, or until the case can be heard on Its merits. During | the practice of the two teams at the' park in tho afternoon, Richards went to third base, and was expected to play ? by the Norfolk management, the nec? essary papers not havlngi been served on President Allen. Manager Bahb and the player. A little later an officer served the papers on Mr. Allen, and Richards was immediately benched. The Injunction was secured 011 the ground that Richards was under con? tract to play ball with the Newport News Baseball Association (Inc..) until September C. 1011. and that while thero could be no mandamus to com pell him to piny on the Newport News team, an -injunction could issue to re? strain him from playing either on the Norfolk team or any other nine until the expiration of his contract with the Newport News team The. injunction was obtained as to the Norfolk team of the Virginia League on the ground that the Inller could not Interfere with or seek lo break a contract held by the Newport News team, of the Tidewater League. MOTOR CARS Gordon^torCompeny RICHMOND. VIRGINIA with a player. The Injunction order, secured hy Allan D. Jones as counsel for the Newport News Baseball Asso? ciation, ami Morris. Garnell and Col ten, counsel for the Tidewater League, was Issued after a bond of $500 had been given. The injunction order wns served upon Manager diaries Bubo, of the. Norfolk leant of the Virginia League: Owner Woodward Allen, of the snnie team, and upon Player .luck Richards himself. Richards, it is said, wns re colvlng a salary of $70 per month its shortstop on the Newport News team when be quit to accept an Infield post-' lion on tlie Norfolk team of the Vir? ginia Least.e at $110 per month. Un? der the terms of the. Injunction the Norfolk loam of the Virginia League can appear in court at any time and ask for a dissolution of the same. Such a motion would bring the case to a head for arugment and final settlement upon Its merits. Overlands are priced from $770 to $l,67?. 22 Models. Richmond Overland Sales Agency 31'J West Main Street. Telephone Monroe 717. rOTw;irfmw-in ??mm Touring Car, $700?Boadstor. $600. 1627-29 W. BROAD ST. Reo Motor Cars With the three factors?Quality. Price and Service;?taken care of, shouldn't we bo able to got together? men MOTOR SALES CO., State A Kent a, South hdatoh, - - VlrKlnln. amusements. 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