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BRUCK WEAKENED IN
THIRD AND COLTS WON
Great Game of Ball, With Martin, Revelle and
Cowan Taking Honors?Dutch Started Bat?
ting Rally Which Put Contest on Ice.
Fast Fielding Saved Day.
f VIRGINIA LEAGUE
ILESl'LTS YE8TEHDAT.
Richmond. 31 Lyuchliurn, 0.
Itunuokc, l; Danville, 1.
pplrraliurK, in NorfoHt, 0.
STANDING OK TUB CLliHS.
l.lMtt
Club?. Won. I,oiil P.C. Year.
Norfolk _82 21 .1104 .432
Honnokc ....30 22 .fi77 ' JlSl
Richmond ..28 SRI .din .r>ot>
Petersburg .25 27 .4SI .4SI?
l.ynrhhiirg :JtS' 30 .423 .404
Danville_20 34 .370 .mill
WHERE THEY PL AY TO-DAY.
1.; lu iii'uru nt Richmond.
Danville ni Konuoke.
Norfolk nt Petersburg.
BY Gt:S MAI.RERT.
It was a suffering, sweltering mass
of human boln;;s tlint sat through the
ball game at the local inclosure yes?
terday afiernoon and watched Dutch
Revelle simply toy with the Shoemak?
ers from Lynchburg, while tho locals
liandled Bruck so roughly In the third
notch of the walkaway that three tal?
lies were recorded, after which, the
weather being conducive to laziness,
the home talent simply resolved ltsclt
Into a bulwark of defense, preventing
the visitors from making the circuit
? single time.
Dutch has come back to his own.
}le used that fast bull of his to sucn
good effect thut the seven hits made
counted for nothing. The oonndenco
?which seemed to have oozed out of
him the latter part of last season wns
olso on lap. and those present during
the engagement felt that Arthur lrwln
Was not spending money recklessly
?when he gave Owner Bradley si'.buu
for the smiling one. With complete
control he worked tho corners or usod
the groove when that wns necossary.
His change of pa.ee was noticeable
and effective, and he had those Lynch
Jiurg swatters breaking their backs
over a slow one one moment and
{dodging speed the next.
First Chance to See Dutch.
It was the lirst time this season
jthat a Richmond nudience had a
chance to watch him work, although
Jhe had bean giving good account ot
3ilmself on the road. And, children,
?believe mo, when it Is recorded that
JDutch has learned how to hit. wheth?
er It was Hal Chase's training or
^whether his long spell of sickness im?
proved his eyesight, or to whatever
cause it can bo attributed, the tact
remains L.-t Dutch Revelle, the joke
hitter of tho Colts for the several
seasons he worked, has learned how
to pluce blngleis and blnglcs just wiioro
ihey.are most effective
As a matter of fact he started the
fusillade which laid Simon liruck
low. It was a great pity that Simon
'6ad to be laid low, for, with the ex?
ception of that one. lapse, he was
Just as effective o_s Dutch.
Dutch came up In tho third with
that same nonchalant air which has
made him famous, but when he stood
it the plate, waiting for Bruck to
unwind, those who know him best
'ounci a change in the way he han
iled himself With both feet together,
up close to the rubber, he waited, and
'rwhen Bruck tried to work ;he out
Bide corner with a wldo curve ball,
Into It Dutch walked, caught the
fcphere before the rnrvo broke, and
down right field rolled the ball, with
Dtle Stocksdale hotfooting uftert it.
;the while Dutch hnd reached second
?nd was sitting quietly down, taking
?i rest.
Game Salted In Third.
The remarkable part of it all i?>
lhat two were down when It started
?>nbson led off and rolled from Mc?
Donnell to Woolnms. Cowan tumbled
before three low cur'es and Iben
Tnitch doubled. Baker Jabbed to left
nnd Dutch - ?walked to third. Baker.
.Wing In bad shape. Pierce ran for
Jiim. Wallace picked up a bat which
)iad danRrr marked on It f->r yoking
Flrr.on Brink and pasted to deep cenlr
JTor a double, sending Revel)* and
CPIerce ncross. McCnbc als > hit. his
.Hrive golnp down first base line to
ptocksdale, nnd Wallace crossed. Fgan
[hit whet looked like a horn,- run lo
centre, but it wns too high, nnd
Krebs hud lime to cover, catching ihr
i?rlve just nt the cnntretleid bleachers.
It was the nnlv Innlnc; In which
?her?- was any scoring, but the entire
game furnished real baseball, good
Two Cycl
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HA^JHlSiaUAUTY
enough for the big top at any stage.
Jack Marlin covered himself with
enough glory -to -last for an ?-ntiro
buseball season He had ten chances
and never fllvvered befolg any one of
them, though he stabbed at lenst liulf
a dozen smncks labeled safe. He was
literally all over the diamond. For
Instance. In tho fourth inning Dynch
hurg had a, chance to score, and noth?
ing but phenomenal fielding saved tho
day. Morrison had walked and stolon
second. Stocksdale was up He hit
a terrific drive up close to third.
Baker went after It, hut In his crippled
condition couldn't quite reach. Martin
was on the Job and by quick worlt
speared the ball, holding Morrison on
third.
Visitors Hud Opportunities.
Dynchburg looked dangerous again
in the fifth, when more fast work pre?
vented damage. Bion lived when Cow?
an dropped a higli fly. He was sent
to second when Dutch walked BrucK.
Keating was safe, Bruck being forced
to second. Keating started to second,
and Cowan whipped to Martin, wno
was playing In. Blen took the bait,
line, sinker and all, and broke tor
home. Martin made a perfect return,
and Bien was caught a mile.
Things began to look squally tor
the Colts In the opening frairie. Keat?
ing, the first man up. hl.i a clean drive
to centre. Wuolums got tho sacrlllce
signals and put one down to Baker,
who completed tho play nt tlrst.
Woolums made second without trouble, j
but seeing no one covering third start?
ed for that station. Bevelle quick as
n flash was over to take the throw,
and nailed Woolums. It vvns good ball j
playing, for a moment later Morrison
doubled, which would have scored
Keating, and might have changed the |
whole complexion of the game.
The second was by no means with?
out trouble. Stocksdule went down I
from Martin to Dobson. Krebs hit to |
left nnd tried to stretch It into a
double, but was caught by Matlts's
perfect pegging. Zunelll also hit to
left, but was caught trying to steal.
Cowan gett ng the throw away nicely,
and Martin covering. Four of the Sov?
en hits made by Lynchburg came in
the first two frames, with tho other
threo distributed. In contrast to tho
desultory lirlng of the visitors was the
rapid work of the Colts In gathering
lour of their seven hits In one inning,
putting the game on Ice.
It wns a fnst and snappy game, with
honors enough to go around. Crowlcy,
calling base decisions, came In lor Ills ]
usual roast, and he wns olt. whim I
Flynn was satisfactory behind the |
bat. Tho score:
Richmond.
AB. It. H. O. A. E.
linker, sb. 3 1 li 0 -l
Wallace, cf. 4 l l 3 <
McCabo, rf. 1 0 1 0 <
Efe-nn. 2b. 3 0 0 2 1
Martin, ss. 3 0 14 1
Mauls, If. 3 9 0 3
Uobson, lb. 3 0 0 10
L'ownn, c. 3 0 0 6
rtevellu, p. 3 i 2 l
TotnlH .2? 3 7 27 15 1
I.rnchburg,
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Keating, 3b. 4 0 1 2 0 0
Woolums. lb. 4 0 1 11 0 0
Morrison, if. 3 0 1 0 0 0
McDonnell, 2b. 4 0 0 1 4 0
Stocksdule, rf. 4 0 2 110
Krcbs. cf. 4 0 1 6 0 0
Zunnclll, ss. 3 0 1 3 3 0
Hlen. c. 3 0 0 2 1 ?
Briu:k, P. 2 0 0 0 3 0
'Totals .31 0 7 24 12 0
The scorn by Innings: R.
Ilichmond .? ? S 0 0 0 0 0 ??3
bynehhurg .-.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0
Summary: Two-base hits?Morrison, Ro
vello. Sacrifice- hit?Baker. Stolen bases?
Keating, Morrison. Double piny?Baker to
Dotison lo Rcvelle. First base on brills?Off
Revelle, 2. Left on bases?Richmond, 3:
Lynchburg, 6. Struck out?By Revolle.
Ipy Bruck. 2. Time of game, 1:46. Umpires. |
Flynn nnd Crowlcy. Attendance, 1,600.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
At New Orleans: Chnttanooga-New
Orleans, no game scheduled.
At Mobile?Atlanta-Mobile, no game|
scheduled.
At Birmingham: First game?Mem-I
phls-Blrmlngham, rain. Second same?|
Birmingham, 8; Memphis, 6.
At Montgomery: Montgomery, 1;
Knshville, 7.
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
At Anderson: Greenville, 5; Ander?
son, 6.
At Rpartanburg: Ciroenshnro,
Ppnrlanburg, 6.
At Wtnstnn-Snlem: , Charlotte, 6;
Winslon-Saloni, 2.
..SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Columbia: Columbia, 11; Savan?
na h. 2.
At Charleston: Charleston, 3: Augus?
ta. 4.
AI Columbus: Columbus. 7; Albany, 0.
At Mncoh: Mucdn. A; Jacksonville, 5.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Indianapolis: Minneapolls. 2; In?
dianapolis. Sj
At Toledo: Kansas City. 5: Toledo. 2.
\t Louisville: Milwaukee, 2; Douls
ville. 0.
At Columbus: St Faul, S; Colum?
bus, 2.
Btniinrln liefern? Franklin.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
. ISmporla, Va., Juno IZ,? in a hotly
contested game on the local diamond
this afternoon, tho K .jiorin Invlncl
hles defeated the fast Franklin team
by n score of fi to S. Batteries for
Fmporla, Briggs and Dong: for Frank?
lin, Jackson and Pare. Umpire. J. B.
Bailey.
Detroit May Lose Its
Big League Franchise
Detroit, .Inne 2X?The Detroit
New? soys <<>-dnyi
"liecntine of hiiiiiI) nttondnnoc fliln
season ut the guinea played here by
the Detroit team, the franchise of
the Detroit el lib may bo transferred
to St. I,mils. The tenni now repre
wcnttnK St. I.'oils would be trans?
ferred to another city, and Detroit
be left out of orKunlzed baseball.
"Several recent conference* be?
tween I'rcstdViit Johnson, of the
American League, nnd other club
owners are reported to have been
for the purpose of tnkluic Detroit's
franuhlie iwray,
?"I have hoiird nothing definite,'
siild President O. J. Nuvln, nf the
Detroit c ruh, to-dny, 'hill 1 would
not object tn selling the club.'. We
lire not tuning money In Detroit,
but neither lire we making n ilollnr,
mid I have licurd constant kick,
from other nluh owners all this
year.' "
The Detroit Journal to-dny prints
n report tlmt the rumored ehanKCH
Involve bringing the St. I,mils
Americans to this olty, In exchange
lor the Detroit olub.
BRESNAHAN HIT
IN FACE ill
Enraged St. Louis Manager
Meets With Umpire's
Straight Right.
INCIDENT FOLLOWS GAME
End of, Fine Rally in Ninth Is
Cause of Exciting
Encounter.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Juno 2S.?Following
the exciting conclusion of tho St. Louis
and Cincinnati game to-day, Umptro
Klom and Roger Brcsnahan, manager
of the St. Louis team, got Into an ar?
gument, and Klom struck Brcsnahan in
the face. Before Bresnahan could strike
back other players Interfered and took
him to the clubhouse.
St. Louis had made a fine rally in the
ninth, getting four runs, and with the
man needed to tie the score on third,
with two out. Kecfe pitched two strikes
to Mowrey. and Bresnahan protested
that the second strike was a balk.
"While Brcsnahan was protesting, Keefe
put over the third strike, ending the
game S to 7 in fovor of Cincinnati.
Bresnahan made an enraged rush at
Klein, who met him with a straight
right to the face. Score:
St. Louis, Cincinnati.
AB H O A E AB H O A E
Hugging. 2b 6 1 2 3 0 Bescher, II' 4 1 1 1 0
Hauser. sh. 4 1 0 0 U Down'y, ss 1 0 2 6 1
Ellis. If..i.. 5 3 10 1 Bales, cf.; 4 13 0 0
Konet'y, lb 5 2 9 0 2 Hob'zel. lb 3 2 8 0 0
Evans, rf.. 5 1 5 0 0 Mitch'l, rf ! ! I 1 1
Mowrey. 3b 5 0 1 2 I Grant, 3b.. 3 2 12 0
Oakes, cf... 1 0 3 0 0 Egnn. 2b.. 3 113 2
Bliss, c. 2 0 3 1 OM-Loon. c. 1 15 2 0
Geyer, p... 3 0 0 2 OGaspnr, p.. 1110 0
Bresnahan" 1 1 0 0 0 Kecfe, p.. 0 n 0 0 0
Total? ...39 1124 x 4 Totals ...8 1117 15 ?
?Hatted for Geyer In ninth.
Score by Innings: R.
St. Louis.0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1?7
Cincinnati .3 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 ??S
Summary: Huns?Hugging. H?user. Kills,
Grans, Bliss 12), Bresnahan, Downey, Bates
(2), Hoblltzol (2). Mitchell (2), Grant. Two
base hlls?Bescher, Bresnnhan. Throe-bnsn
hits?Mitchell, llnblltrel. Evans. Home run?
Hugglnr. Sacrifice hits?Mitchell (2), Grant.
Egnn, Downey. Stolen bases?Bntcs. Grant.
Double play?Hugglnu to Koijtchy. Lett on
buses-St. Louis, S; Cincinnati, 7. Hits?Off
Qaspar, 11 In 8 2-3 Innings: eft Keofo, 0 In 1-3
Inning. First base on halls?Off Geyer. 5: oft
Gnspar, 2. Struck out?By Geyer. 3; by Gaj
pnr. 1. Hit by pitcher?By Gpyer. l (Dow?
ney); hy Gnspar. 1 (Bliss). Time of time,
2:10. Umpires, Klcm and Brennnn.
PHILLIES DEFEAT BOSTON
Philadelphia, Pa., Juno 23.?Philadel?
phia defeated Boston to-day 1 to 0.
Burns nnd Purdue were effective with
men on the bases except In the second
Inning, when the local team scored on
two passes and alngles by Luderus and
Doolun. Score:
Bustnn. rUllndelphls.
ABHOAE AB H O A E
Sween y, 2b B 2 1 3 0 Knabe. 2b.. 4 1 1 ? 0
Tenncy. lb. 5 1 7 0 0 I'askert, cf 3 0 0 0 Oj
Slnlnft. 3b. 4 1 1 0 0 Lobcrt. 3b. 4 2 3 4 l!
Miller, rf... fi 2 S 0 0 Magee. If.. 3 2 4 0 0!
Ingcrton. If 3 2 1 0 1 Lud'us. lb. 4 111 1 0;
Kling, c... 4 0 7 3 0 Walsh, rf. 3 0 0 0 0'
Jones, cf... 4 1 2 0 0 Doolnn. ss. 3 1 3 1 1 1
Young, ss.. 2 10 2 OMoran, c... 3 1 2 3 0.
Kaiser. If.. 0 0 11 0 Burns, p... 2 0 0
Put-due. p.. ? 0 1 2 0
Herzog" ... 1 0 0 0 0
Pfeffert .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...36 10 24 11 1 Totals ...27 E 27 15
?Batted for Young In eighth.
IBatted for Purrtuo In ninth.
Score by Innings: 1
Boston .0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0?0 |
Philadelphia .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ??;
Summary: Run?Magee. Two-base hlts
Stelufeldt. Loberl, Mngea. Sacrifice hits?|
Tming. Purdue. Magee. Double plays?Swee?
ney to Kling to Tenney: Kaiser to Kling,
'-.eft on bases?Boston, 13; Philadelphia, 7.
First b.'.sc on errors?Boston. 2. First base
on balls?Off Purdue, 3: off Burns, 2. Struck
out?By Purdue, 4. by Burns, 2. Hit by
pitcher?By Purrtuo, 1 (Magee). Time of
same, 1:40. Umpires, Rlgler and Flnncran.
PIRATES WIN IN SEVENTH
Pittsburg, Pa.. June 23.?Pittsbtirg to?
day won a close game from Chicago, 4
to 3, the winning run being made in
the seventh Inning. For six Innings
only three batsmen faced Adams In
each. In the seventh, a misjudged fly
by Carey gave the visitors a three-bag?
ger, which helped them to take the I
lend. In the same inning Plllsburg
won by getting three hits, mixed with
two errors. Cole was taken out after I
the 'seventh inning, Curtis finishing. ]
Score:
Plttshtirg. CTiIcatrs.
ABHOAE AH 11 OA E
Carey, cf.. 3 2 4 0 0 Sheck'd, If 4 1 S 0 ?
f'lnrkc. If.. 3 1 3 0 0 Schulte, rf. 4 2 2 0 0
Byrne, 3b.. 4 0 0 3 1 Hof'an. lb. 4 2 fi 2 0
Wngner, lb 1 2 3 0 OZIm'nn. 2h. 4 I 2 4 0
Miller. 2b... 3 0 5 1 0 Doyle. 3b.. 4 1 0 1 ft
M'K'nle. ss 4 2 0 0 0 Tinker, ss. 4 1 3 1 Oi
Wilson, rf. 4 1 2 0 ? Ooode. cf.. 3 0 5 ft ll
Gibson, c. 4 1 9 2 0 Archer, c. 3 0 4 0 A|
Adams, p.. 4 1 0 0 OOole. p.2 ft 0 0 1
Grahnmt... 1 0 0 ft ol
Curtis, p.. 0 0 0 1 0
Totals ...33 10 *26 6 1 Totals ...33 8 24 5 21
?Schulte out. hit by batted bull.
IBattoil for Cole. In eighth.
Score by Innings:
PtttDbuig .0 ft 0 0 0 2 2 0 ?
Chicago .0 0 0 0ft 0 3 0 0?3 |
Summary: Runs?Carey, Clnrke. Wngner,
Mr.Kechnle. Shecknrrt. Schulte, Zimmerman.
Two-base hits?Cnrey. Wagner. Schulte (2).
Three-bflsc hlts--McKechnle. Shecknrd. Stol?
en hnaes?Carey (2). Double play?Zlmmer
mnn to Hofmni) to Zimmerman. Left on j
bases?Pltlsburg. S: Chlcngo. 3. Hits?Off |
Cole. 9 In 7 Innings; off Curtis. 1 In 1 inning.
Struck out?By Adams. 7; by Cole. 1; by
r-urtts. 1. Hit by pitcher?By Cole. 1 (Cnrey).
Bnlk?Cole. Time of game, 1:45. Umpires,
.inhnstone nnd Karon.
GIANTS LOSE TO BROOKLYN
Brooklyn. N. T., June 23.?Brooklyn
won its first game of the season from |
New York to-dny, 1 to 0. The solitary
run was scored in the ninth, after a I
great pitchers' battle between Ruck er !
and Wlllsc. A pnss to Davidson. Dau
bert's single and a double steal, fol?
lowed by Hummel's single, scored the
winning run. Burch was put out of the
game for kicking. Score:
New York, Brooklyn.
AB H O A V. AB H O A K
Pevore, If.. 3 10 0 0 Burch. Cf. 3 1 1 0 0
Doyle, 2b... 2 0 2 2 ODnv'aon, cf ft 0 fi ft ft
S'grnss, cf. 4 0 10 ODaub't, lb. I 2 9 1 ft
Murray, rf. 3 ft 1 0 0 Wheat, If. ? o i n. ft
Merkle. lb. 4 fill 1 0 Hum'el, 2b 3 2 3 1 ft
I Cranrt'll, H * 1 0 1 0 Stnrk. ss.. 3 0 2 2 0
Devlin. 3b. 3 1 1 3 ?Coulson. rf 2 ? i ft 0
Myers, c... 2 18 2 OZIm'an, 3b. 3 0 1 4 o
Wlltse. p.. S 0 2 3 OBcrgeo, c. 3 0 S 1 o
Rncker, p. 3 0 0 0 0
Totals ...28 4 ?2? 12 ? Tolnls ...27 fi 27 9 0
?Two out when winning run was scored.
Score by Innings: R.
New York.0 ft 00 0 ft 0 0 0?ft
Brooklyn .0 0 0 o 0 6 0 0 1?1
Summary: Run?Davidson, flacrlflce hits ?
Doyle, Stark. Stolen hnsos?Dovore, David?
son, Dnnbert. Coulton. Double ploys?Wlltae
to Merkle; Devlin to Morklo; Dnnbert to
Stark to Dauberl; Zimmerman to Hummol.
Left on bssen?S"ew York. C; Brooklyn, 4.
First bnse on bails?Off Wtlexo. 4; off Ruok
er, 4. Struck out?By Wllts?, 5; by Rucker,
7. Tims of game, V.U. Jimplro. ,'/DP; and ,
L?mallth.
DAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES
RESULTS YESTERDAY
JVATIOKAX?.
PlttBburg. 4; Chicago, 3.
Now York, 0; Brooklyn, I.
Boston, 0; Philadelphia, 1.
St. Louis, 7; Cincinnati, 8.
Clubs. Won.
Chicago.?.. 86
New York. 36
Philadelphia ? . 36
Plttsburg. 34
St. Louis. 32
Cincinnati _ 36
Brooklyn . 21
Boston. 14
AMERICAN.
Cleveland, 2; Detroit, 4.
Washington, 2; Now York, 8.
Philadelphia, 3; Boston, 7 (Hrst |
garoo).
Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 6 (second |
game).
Chlcago-St. Louis, wet 'grounds.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Last I
P.C.
.621
.610
.693
.?S6
.552
.441
.362
.237
Year.
.692
.604
.490
.620
.455
.600
.434
.821
Clubs. Won.
Detroit . 12
Philadelphia . . 37
Now York.SI
Chicago .29
Boston.V 32
Cleveland ..... 2f.
Washington ... SO
St. Louis. . ._ 1C
Lost.
19
20
24
24
27
37
3S
43
P.C.
.089
.649
.564
.647
.642
.403
.345
.271
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
Chicago at Plttsburg. I Philadelphia at Boston.
New York at Brooklyn. Washington at Now York.
Boston at Philadelphia. Detroit at Chicago.
St. Louis at Cincinnati. I Cleveland nt St.
Hall Lets Bugs Down With
Four, and Roanoke Wins by
Score of 4 to i
? [Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Roanoke, Va., . June 23.?Long John
Fox wns found for an even dozen bln
gles by the Tigers to-dny, while Hall
let the Hugs down with four. Tho
gume wns featureless. Manager I.aitgh
lln got three of Danville's hits, while
Draper got the same number for Roa?
noke. Umpire Eckmon's work was a
great Improvement on tho day before.
The score:
Roanoke.
A.D. R. H. O. A. E.
Shnughnessy. rf. 5 0 1 0 0 0
Pressly, lb. 4 2 2 16 2 0
Mnbry, c. 4 0 1 2 1 U
Draper, cf..-.4 1 3 3 0 0
Shields, 2h.....2 0 0 3 4 0
Connors, 3b..:. 4 1 2 0 3 0
Cofnlu, ss. 3 0 1 1 7 0
Willis, If. 3 0 l 2 0 0
Hall, p. 3 0 10 3 1
Tottis .32 4 12 27 20 1
Dnnvllle.
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Morgan, ss. 3 0 0 4 3 0
Lnughlln, If. 4 0 3 0 0 0
Schr?der, lb. 3 1 0 7 0 0
Jackson, 2b. 3 0 0 3 1 1
Kaufman, cf. 4 0 0 3 0 0
Cooper, 3b. 4 0 1 2 3 0
Griffin, rf. 8 0 0 0 0 0
Smith, o. 3 0 0 5 I 0
Fox, p.'. 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals .30 1 4 24 11 1
Score by Innings: R.
Roanoke '. 100001 1 1 ??4
Danville . 1 0000000 0?1
Summary: Two-base hits?Shaugh
nessy, Drnper. Sacrifice hits?.Incksnn;
Shields (2). Schr?der, Hall. Stolen
bases ? Schr?der, Pressly, Cooper,
Shaughnessy, Connors. Morgan. Struck
out?by Fox, 5. Base on bnlls?off
Hall. 1; off Fox, 3. Deft on bases?
Boanoko. 9; Danville, 5. Time, 1:45.
Umpire, Eckman.
Stnndlng of the Club?.
Won. Dost.
Elizabeth City. 37 20
Portsmouth . 33 -1
Xorfolk. 82 24
Suffolk . 20 20
Newport News. 23 29
Old Point . 12 43
Where They Piny Tn.Day.
Elizabeth Clly at Norfolk.
Portsmouth at Newport News.
Suffolk at Old Point.
Tarheel* Detent Norfolk.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. J
Norfolk, Va.. Juno 23.?Elizabeth
City won from Norfolk in a close and
well played game. Robertson was In
admirable form, and was closely sec?
onded by Merchant.
Score: R. H. E.
Norfolk . 2 3 2
Elizabeth City .._....- 3. 2 2
Batteries: Merchant and Hudglns;
Robertson and Cleveland.
While Pitches (? relit Gnme.
[Special to The Timc3-Dispntch.]
Hampton, Va.. Juno 23.?By ham?
mering Sweeney all around1 the lot this
nfternoan. the Old Point Gunners won
from Suffolk on the Phoebus Army and
Navy diamond by the score of 5 to 2.
White pitched a great game, and had
the visitors at his mercy from start
to finish. He received gilt-edged sup?
port.
Score bv Innings: R. H. E.
Old Point .? 110 1 0 2 0 0?n 12 0.
Suffolk .? 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?2 6 1
Batteries Old Point, White and Sles
nlck; Suffolk, Sweeney nnd Klock.
Gnndernon Pirs.zloa Pirates.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Newport News. Va.. June 23.?New?
port News had no difficulty In defeat?
ing Portsmouth to-day 5 to 1. Oun
derson proved a complete puzzle to the I
Pirates. Tho Shipbuilders'bunched hits
on Drnmm In two Innings. More new |
men joined the home team to-day.
Score by innings: R. H. E.
Newport News. .0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 x?6 S 4 '
Portsmouth ....00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0?1 5 2
Batteries: Gundorson and Rogers;
Drumm nnd freies. Umpire, Hawkins.
Time. 1:60. Attendance, 150.
Ilnrvnrd Wlua Championship.
Cambridge. June 23.?By defeat ing I
Yale here to-dny. | to 1, Harvard won [
the annual championship series be?
tween the College?. Tt Is the first time
In 'Igln years that the Crimson has
won In consecutive games, the first
contest having been captured at New
Haven on Tuesday. Harvard went to
the front at the start, and an error
enabled Yale to score Its only run.
Richmond Amateur
League
WHERE THEY PI.AV TO-DAY.
Ilnrtnn Heights nt home with
SkrcemerM. t'mplre, Hicks. Scorer,
Strothcr,
VlrglnliiRii nt honte with Ath?
letics. Umpire, Mescoe. Scorer,
Amnions. '
Buttle Axe nt home tvlth Fltgh
landers. tlmplro. Hngnn. Scorer,
Tucker.
AI cos nt home with C. C. A. Um?
pire, O'Toole. Scorer, Sehnaf.
WEST 1TVD LKAGTin.
Pirates vs. Monroes, at Byrd Park?
Crescents vs. Bonle-vnrda, at Hor
vle Park. ,
Sidney Stan v?. Elhaa, at Sfeadotv
Park.
Alt games onjled at 4)80 o'clock.
.asti 'i' u nwviiifii -ifniifrWi warned i
Petersburg Players Fatten Bat?
ting Averages, Winning by
Score of ir to o.
ISpeclrtl to Tho Times-Dlspntch.J
Petersburg, Va., June 23.?The Uoo
bers lind n swalfcast this urternoon
nt the expense of Martin Walsh. Every
Gooher on tho team hit him, and bov
oral o( thorn fattened their batting
averages to a great extent. Homo
runs, two-bnggnrs and singles were
the order of tho day, and for rtvo in?
nings they came with such regularity
ns to satisfy the most ardent fan.
Hamilton was at his beat, Kltowlng
but four scattering singles, ann want?
ing only one man. Hin- support was
line, the fielding of Busch and Bowcn
being fast and classy. The Tars
played listlessly after the sooond in?
ning, showing plainly that they were
hackod, and It was a subject of oom
ment that the game they aro playing
at present lacks the vim and class ex?
hibited by the Tars when they played
their llrst sorles hero. Tho score:
Petersburg*.
AB. M. U. A. ti
Bowen, 2b. b 1 4 3 0
Booe, If. 6 2 3 .0 ? a
Buseh. ss. 4 3 1 S u
Kellher, lb. 4 :i Vi u o
Mace, c. . '.. 5 2 4 1 0
Hannlfan, if. 3 1 1 u ij
Benbow, 3b. 4 113 1
Stein, cf. 2 1 0 U U
Hamilton, p. 3 1110
Totals .it ft lfi 37 13
Norfolk.
AB. 11. O. A.
Babh, ss. 3 u 2 2
Klrcher. cf. 4 1 3 u
Block, rf. 4 1 4 u
Law, lb. 4 1 3 1
Walsh, p. 3 0 U 1!
Staub. If_,. 3 U 0 U
Shaw, 3b. 3 0 u t
Dodge. 2b. 3 1 4 u
Pholan, c. 3 0 4 1
Totals .30 4 24 K 2
The score by Innings: It.
Norfolk .0 0 u 0 0 i) o i) 0? o
Petersburg .3 4 0 14 0 0 0 '?11
Summary: Runs?Bowen. Booe 12),
Busch (4). Kellher. Stein (2). HnmiP
ton. Two-base hits?Bowen, Busch,
Mace. Homo runs?Booe, Busch. Stol?
en bases?Bowen, Kellher. Mace (2),
Stein f2). Double plays?Busch, Bow?
en and Kel'her. Bowen and Kelinnr.
Base on balls?Walshr 6; Hamilton, 1.
Left on bases?Petersburg, 7; Norfolk,
2. Struck out?by Hamilton, 4; ny
Walsh. 2. Time, 1:45. Umpire, Hen?
derson. Attendance. P00.
ISpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.]
Norfolk, Va.. June 2.1.?Iti the men's
finals of tho Virginia tournament here
to-dny Pell, of New York, defeated
Whitehead. of Norfolk. This gives Mr.
Pell the. opportunity of playing James
Horn or Winston. the title, holder.
.Scores:
Men's singles, final round?PeH de- I
fcated Whitehead, 0-3, 6-1. f>-2.
Consolation men's singles?Tunstall
defeated Tomlin. 6-3. 3-6, S-0.
Ladies' singles, final round?Mrs.
Hardy defeated Mrs. Sullivan, 3-6, 6-0.
6-1.
Mixed doubles?Miss Hamilton and
Mr. 'Mclntosh defeated Miss Tuckor
nnd Mr. Dohle. 4-6, 6-3. 6-3. Mrs. Sul?
livan and Mr. Whitehead defeated Miss
Walker nnd Mr. Johnson, 6-0. 6-0.
Mern's doubles, second round?Taylor
and Bundy won from Mclntosh and
Agelasto, by default.
Men's doubles, seml-flanl round?
Taylor nnd Bundy defeated Cooke and
Potts. 6-3, 6-1.
Men's doubles, final round?Pell and
Bognrt defeated Taylor nnd Bundy.
8-4 ,6-1.
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The buyer who knows the difference
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RAGGED FIELDING
OFFSET BY HITS
- '' .'? ?" '??" :,'\.:'d:Xllr']
Boston Americans Win Both
Games of Double-Header
From Athletics.
SCORES, 7 TO 3 AND 6 TO 4
Fourth Inning in Both Games
Proves Undoing of
Visitors.
Boston. Mosa., Juno 28.?The fourth
Inning In both games of tho double
hoaner between Boston and Philadel?
phia proved the undoing of tho vleitors
to-day, when tho local batsmen securod
sulltcient runs to win the first gamo 7
to 3 and tho second G to 4. Boston's
ragged fielding was offset by long bits
with men on bases, Wood and Speaker
driving In runners with home runs.
Scores:
1-TltST CAME.
Boston. - Philadelphia.
Au 11 O A E AH Jl ? A E
Hooper, rf. 2 0 1 0 0 Lord. If!... 5 110 0
Gardner. 2b 4 0 0 4 1 Sirunk, cf. 5 1 2 0 0
Speaker, cf 4 2 3 1 0 Colling, 2b. 4 2 3 4 1
I.(????? If... 4 2 3 0 0 Baker, 3h.. 4 10 10
?rkos.-3b.. S 1 1 1 2 2 .M'ltinla, lb 4r 0 8 10
Wagner, Ml 1 H 1 Murphy, rf 4 2 2 1 0
Kin:io. Ib.. I 0 R 0 0 Barry, SB.. 4 2 14 1
Nun'ker, c. 3 1 f> 2 OLapp, c... 4 2 6 0 0
Wood, ni... 4 2 0 2 0 Coombs, p. 1 0 0 0 0
Martin, p.. I 0 0 0 0
Davle* .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...31 9'27 15 4 Totals ...37 12 24 11 2
?Hutted for Martin In ninth.
Kcoro h.v Innings: It.
rtOBton . ..0 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 '?7
Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 2 0 0 ] 0?3
Summary: Runs?Hoopir, Speaker, Lewis,
Yerkcs, Engl?. Nunnmoker, Wood. Strunk.
Ilorry, Lapp. Two-base hit?Yerkcs. Home
runs?Wood. Speaker. Sacrifice hit?Hooper.
Stolen bases?Hooper (2), Murphy. 'Wanner.
Double plays?Speaker to Wood; Gardner to
NTunamakor; Barry to Mclnnls; Barry to
Collins to Molnnts; Murphy to Mclnnls;
Gardner to Wngnor to Engle. I-?ft on bases
-Boston. 7; I'bllndolphla. 8. lilts ?Off
Coomlis, 6 In 4 innings: off Martin. 3 In 4 in?
nings. First base, on ba!ls-<Off Wood. 1; off
Coombs, 3; oft Martin, 2. Struck out?By]
Wood, 6; by Coomlis. I; by Martin. 3. Hit
by pitcher?By Coombs. 1 (Wagner). Passed |
ball?Nuiiamaker. Time of game, 2:10. L'm.
ptrci, Eg.tn und Sheridan.
SECOND GAME.
Dosten. Philadelphia.
AB H O A B AB Ii O A B
Hooper, rf. 4 0 5 0 0 Ixird, If.... 4 2 0 0 0
Gardner, 2b 4 1 S 4 1 Strunk, cf. 4 2 ? 0 0
Speaker, cf S 0 1 0 0 Collins. 2b. 3 13 10
Lewis. If... 4 110 0 Baker, ,1h. 5 0 10 0
Yerkcs, as.. 4 2 I 4 1 M'lnnls, lb 4 17 0 0
Wagner. ?4 3 S 2 0 Murphy, rf 3 0 2 0 0
Engle, lb.. 2 0 S 0 n Barry, es.. 3 0 0 2 0
Nun'ker, o. 0 0 0 0 2 Thomas, c 4 1 6 1 0
Karger, p.. 2 1 0 3 0 Blank, p... 3 0 0 0 0
Klclnow, c. 3 2 3 0 0
Thoney* .. 0 0 0 0 0
Clootie, p... 2 0 0 2 1
Totals ...SO 10 27 15 S Totals ...S3 7 27 7 0
?Iton for Karger In fourth
Scoro by Innings:
Boston .0 0 0 & 0 0 0 1 0?B
Bhllnnelphla .3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
nummary: Runs?Gardner, Speaker, Lew
Is, Wagner, Engle. Strunk. Baker, Mclnnls
(2). Two-base hits?Lewis, Karger., Three
has? hit?Wagner. Sacrifice hit ?Ixird. Suc
rlfloe (lias?Barry, Knglc. fitoten twans?
Baker. Klclnow. Left on bases?Boston. Si
Philadelphia. 7. Hits?OtT Kurgsr. 6 In 4 In
nlnga; off Clcotle. 2 In A innings. First base
on balls?Off Kargor. J; off Cteotto. 2; off
Blank, 2. Struck out?By Karger, Ij by Cl
cottn, S; by Plank, 4. Hit by pitcher?By
Karger. 1 (Collins): by Blank. 1 (Engle).
Bussed balls?N'unamaksr (2). Klelnow and
Thomas. Time of gnme, 1:6S. Umpires,
Egan and Sheridan.
WORKS PITCHES GREAT GAME
Detroit, Mich.. June 23.?Pitching one
of the greatest games of his career,
[Ralph Works beat Cleveland 4 to 2 to?
day, allowing the visitors four hits.
Young whb also effective, but Olson's
' two errors, coupled with two hits and
a sacrifice fly, gave Detroit the game
In the sixth. Cohb hit safely In his
thirty-third consecutive contest. The
score:
Cleveland. Detroit.
AB H O A E AB If O A E
Ltndsay. 3b 3 1 2 0 0 Jones, If.. 4 1 4 1
Easterly*,.. 1 0 0 0 0 Bush. ss... 4 1 t f. 0
Olson, ss... 4 1 0 6 2 ('obh. rf... 4 2 3 0 0
Jnckson. rf 3 1 2 0 0 Craw'd. rf 1 0 ! 0
Granev, If. 3 OSO n Dele'ty. lb 3 0 11 0
Slnvall. lb. 3 ill 0 OMor'lty, .Th 4 8 1 3
Blr'hnm. cf 2 0 3 1 OO'Lo'ry, 2b 4 0 5 S
Bnll. 2h. 3 0 13 0 Ptnnnge. r 3 1 12
Fisher, e.. 3 0 0 2 0 Works, p.. 3 0 0 1
Young, p.. 3 0 0 3 0
Totals ...2S 4 24 14 I Totals ...30 g 27 IS I
?Batted for Lindsay In ninth.
Kcoro by Innings:
Cleveland .1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0?2
Detroit .0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0'
Summary: Runs?Olson, Jnrkson. Jones.
Bush, Cobh, Stnnnge. Two-base hits?Lind,
any. Morlarlty. Three-base hit?Stnnnge.
Hncrlflc fly? Delohnnly. Stolen bases?Bush.
Cobb. Double play?Bush to O'Lenry? to
Stnnnge. Left on bases?Cleveland, jj De?
troit. 6. First base on errorc?Detroit. 2;
Cleveland, 1. First bnrn on balls?Off Young.
3: off Works, l. Struck out?By Works, t.
Hit by pitcher?By Works. 1 (Birmingham).
Time of game. 1:28. Umpires. Dlnonn and
Petrlne.
GAME PLAYED IN 75 MINUTES
Now York, June 23.?Jack Quirin tri?
umphed over Walter Johnson to-day In
a great pitching bottle, New York win?
ning from Washington 3 to 2. The
game was played In seventy-five min?
utes. Chase's lleldlng featured the
game. He made twenty-one putouts.
Score:
WruMmHe?, Vrw York.
AB II O A E AB H O A B
Mllnn. cf... ?12 1 ?Daniels, rf < 1 n ft fl
Schn'fer, lb < ft 6 1 1 Fltz'nlrt. If 4 2 1 ft (I
KlherTd. 3b 4 0 3 1 Oll.trt'll. Sh. 4 ft 0 3 0
Lellve.lt. rf. 4 0 0 0 0 Cree, cf.... 4 10 10
C. Walker' 4 0 2 d 0 Knight, ss 3 1 2 7 1
M'Brlde. ss 3 ;1 2 8 1 Chase. Ib.. 3 2 21 1 ft
Cunn'm, 2b 2 ft 3 0 1 Garrt'r. 2b. 3 0 2 t 0
Street, c.... 3 18 1 1 Sweeney, c 3 1 0 I 0
Johnson, p. 3 2 1 3 0 Qulnn, p.. 2 0 1 7 0
Totals ...31 8 24 14 4 Totals ...30 8 27 24 1
?C. Walker, left Held.
Score by Inning?: R.
Washington .0 0 0 8 2 0 0 0 ft?2
New York.0 000021ft ??3
Summary: Runs?McBrldo, Johnson, Cree,
Fitzgerald. Chase. Two-bftse hits?Chase,
Johnson. Sacrifice hlr~Cunntnghom. Sacri?
fice fly?Qulnn. Stolen base?Chose. Left on
bases?Washington. 3; New York. 4. Firs!
haso on errors?Washtngtos, I: New York. 2.
Struck out?By Johnson. 2 Time of game,
1:16: Umplros. O'Loughlln ?nd Connolly,
EASTERN LEAGUE
At BoHlmoro: Montreal, 4; Balti?
more, 8.
At Newark: Toronto. 7; ITewmrk, 1.
AI Jersey City: Rcrfhestor, 7; Jersey
City, 6 (twelve Innings).
At Provldenoe: Buffalo, 0; Provl
demoe, 2.
FTnnt Onme Won hy Hmntnn,
tSpeolal to The Tlmoa-DIspatoh.}
Houston, Va., Juno 29.?Houston
oompletely outclassed Roldsvillo n to
fi In tho oonotodlTifir game of the sorloa,
making fifteen hits and holding tho
visitors to throe: inlm winning tho
morning game 8 to 8, Pooc, for'Hous?
ton, featured In hitting, ns did Adams,
..^?RBifll>yillg..4lv4ba:fl<jiar v_
kSCHWOND. VIRGINIA
RACES FEATURED
BY FORI OPSEIS
Star O'Ryan Takes Fourth Race
by Half Length From
Good Field.
Lutonio, i*.y., June 23.?Form upset.%
featured the day at Latonla lo-any.
Star O'Ryan won tho feature ovcnt,
the fourth, from a good field of horses.
Leading all the way, ho lasted long
enough to win by half a length from
Molton Street, with Princess Callowny
half a length back. Star Charter, the,
favorite, was practically loft at the
post. Summaries:
First nice?purse $500, maiden three
year-olds, Sellins;, bIx furlongs?Al
thorpe (51G.20), first; LeopoM ($7.60?.
second; Fuclld ($6.50). third. Tirrnv
1:14 2-5. Maseul, Port Arlington, Itoy
Flautt. St. Aloysius, Hawley, Walter
Welles, Spaldlng, French King, Outlan
also run.
Socond raco?purse $5no. two-year
olds, selling, five furlongs?Jon Die
hold ($18.60). first; Sauce. (?6.701. sec
ond; Booby ($3.70), third, ?rime, li'ui.
Sarah Chenault. Chammore, Wolfs Untn.
BoHHlnl Ghartlor, Kibbler. Grift. Cap?
tain Brave, Moonlight also ran.
Third race?pure $500, four-year
olds and up, selling, seven furlongs?
Bnlronla ($10.70), first. Totson i>'or
($21.40,). second. Jeanne D'Arc l$4.30>,
third. Time. 1:26 1-5. Kuhla, Granrtia,
bTnfrnn, Canoplan, Bad News, Merlse,
J. 14. need, Descomnels also run.
Fourth race?purse $600, three-year
olds, one mile?Star O'ltyan ($:it>.20),
firs: Melton Street $12.40), secono;
Princess Calloway ($0,20), third. Time,
l:3B 2-6. Attentive,'Bed wine, .luogn
Monck. Bettle Sue, Any Port, star
Charter also ran.
Fifth race?purse $500, three-year
olds and up, selling, six turlongs ?
Donau ($9.10), first; Voncta Strome
f $11.20). second; AI M?ller ($2.20),
third. Time. 1:13. Artesian* Mclver.
Sebngo, Ishkoodah also ran.
Sixth race?purse $600, three-year
olds and up, selling, mile and five fur?
longs?First Peep $11.SO), first; Dick
Baker ($3.50). second; Clnudla ($3.60),
third. Time, 2:17 1-5. Waltz, vaneit
Short Order, Cassowary also ran.
HARD PRACTICES
FOR BOTH CREWS
Gales Ferry, Conn.. June 23.?Excel?
lent rowing conditions prevailed on
the Thames this forenoon, and all of
the Yale crews were out- The eight
was first taken iihnut a mile up stream.
.Coach Kennedy giving the men Indi?
vidual attention. A change, was made
In the varsity four-oar to-day. Howe,
who stroked the boat yesterday, was
put hack at No. 2, and Appleton was
returned to stroke.
Last night nil the senior members
of the s<iuad received their diplomas,
which were brought down from New
Haven.
Diilch m Mow Onr.
Red Top, Conn.. June 23.?Contrary
to expectations, Coach Wray sent out
Balch, who recently strained a tendon
In hl.? leg. as how ear this forenoon In
the Harvard varsity eight. Balch has
his leg well bandaged up. but walked
from the varsity quarters to the boat
house and bnck.
The renppon.rance of Balch put Myer
hack to his old position at No. 2 oar
In the varsity four, and puts Trumhull
out of the boat.
Wray gave the oarsmen a hard drill?
ing thlp forenoon, going down the
river two miles, and bringing them
back In fast time. ?,
Round &l_g-?U Trip
Norfolk
Ocean
View
Cape
Kenry
Virginia Beach
CIIOICK Ob" TWO FAST TRAINS.
The Special leaves Richmond 8:10 A.
M.: leaves Norfolk 7:10 P. M. Carries
through coach without change be?
tween Richmond and Vlrglnln Beach.
The Cannon Ball leaves Richmond
3:00 A. M.: leaves Norfolk 4:16 P M.
ACADKMY--To-?ay
Matinee and Night.
Clyde Fitch's
Sparkling Comedy
The Schiller
Players
VS.
Thursday, Friday nnfl Saturday,
June 22, 25 and 24.
Oatne called at 4J80 P. M. ?
Admission, 30o. Grandstand, .11
Be
THE liimiN. .
Thermometer novor above 70; coolest
B?ot In D'ohmond.' Exclusive vaude?
ville ana <?loturo features. Complot?
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