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COSTS COLTS A GAME Opportunities to Score Wiped Out by Men Being Caught Off Bases?Both Pitchers Work Well. Cowan Changes His Line-Up. VIRGINIA LEAGUE HKMI.l t YESTERDAY. Itlcbinontl, -: Lynchburg, '. Itonnoke. lOi Danville, -. Petersburg, 8} Xorfolk, 2. STANDING OP THE CLUBS. Lost t luba. Won. LoM. P.C. Year. Norfolk .44 84 .604 .141 Petersburg ... li :tti .Sill! .457 Lynchnurg .... 4i :it .52? .lilt Itonnoke .3tl 4(? .40-1 .514 ttlcbiuoiul _:?7 40 .4SI ?72 Danville . i'l 40 .40? .?48 WHERE THEY PLAY* TO-DA \ . Lynch burg nt Richmond. Danville at Itonnoke. Norfolk ut Petersburg-. ?V Iiis 31 ALBERT. 'Tis another tale of defeat which must be' chronicled this glorious morn? ing. The old gray fox from tho hills of Virginia not only exhibited his ?nvdars. but he snapped his Jaws in .very glee as Che game wen! to Lynch tlburg by the soure of t to 2 in the iBroad Street affair of yesterday. Down where the weeping willows (bond tboir heads and the stream chant-, iibih Its lilting strain to the sighing of the breezes, one may find solace for The defeat, but In the city, where the jniaddlng throng pursues Its way, the ("Joss of the game will always be noted Ui one tossed to the heavens. The Done Lynchburg fan was asaln pres? sant, and he laughed in very glee as '?the crestfallen Colts failed to take ad? vantage of opportunity after oppor? tunity offered to score. Poor Base Running. It was one of those days when know Tiothinglsm reig.-.cd supreme, for, with men on bases and the heaviest swat? ters on the team up. dunderheadedness' allowed men to bo caught or? the b.ig by long margins, spoiling the chance to make the circuit. Why It was so 1s inexplicable, but that it was so everybody at the park can testify. Jtevelle pitched a good game of hall, and rightfully hut two runs should have counted for tho f-'hoemakers. The scoring by the visitors began In the serond. when Storksdale coaxed the only pass which Revelle gave. "Krebs then drove Into the corner of centre for three sacks, scoring Stocks dale. Zannclli was an easy out, and Revelle actually struck out Phelan, Tint Cowan missed the third strike and Krebs scored. Two runs came across, and but one should have been chalked up. The run In the third should never have gone across. Woolums and Mor? rison were both easy outs, and McDon? nell was, or should have hven. Just as easy. He bounced one toward Mar? tin, who fielded the ball all right, but let It get out of his glove, so that Mc was safe. Pilfering second was his next performance, and he scored when Stjpcksdale hit over third. Maltis was horribly slow In fielding the hit. and worse on the throw-in. It was a short hit. arid McDonnell, who Is not overly fast on his pins, could have been held on third by fast work. He should have i been nut. but as he wasn't, the next best should hnve been done. Only Legitimate Score. The last run for Lynchburg was legitimate. Woblunis hit for three to right-centre, and scored on Morri? son's blngle. So, from a study of the above, It Is clearly evident that the two which the Colts got were Justly entitled to bring at least a tic. Rut the Btory is now only half told. Three hits were made In the second, hut only one run counted." Wallace led off with a single. Mattls did the Fame, and Baker heat out his tap to McDonnell Cowan scored 'Wallace, though he forced Mattls In doing It. ,md Revelle wag out to Woolums. The recond tally came In the fourth, and resulted from Martin's hit and Cowan's double. Co,wan was later caught off of second. In the fifth the game should have "neon cinched. Revelle was on from a hit. Dobson sacrificed and Priest hit. ?putting Dii^c-h on, third. Priest stole, and then ?Pn.fl an ?'made .i short throw to Zannefll, and Dutch started home. He was caught, and the hopes were gone. Wallace was up, apd had he remained on third the chances aro that ho would hnve scored. I.nek Of Ball Srniie. While it Js true that some of the de? cisions were close, tho game was not lost through the umpire so much as through failure to use the basehall sense of which the Colts are capable. . Take that same fifth With one man down and McCabe up. Priest on first nnd Revelle on third, instead of Priest golnp down with the fir.-1 ball pitched, drawing the throw and getting caught. When any iicctiii venu ir representa? tive talks to you about a < hain-driven car, urlvise him he is 'way behind the times. If he talks shaft drive, make him show you what his car wili do in Richmond. Then get demonstration in a BAKER ELECTRIC. WOK'I H ELECTRIC VF.IIICLl CO., Inc. Telephone Mad. 7060. For SO T.-nrs ihn Bouse of Quality Straus, Gunst & Co., Distillers uml Blenders ot Via? Whlakles. Drink Old Henry Its Long Record Proven Ha Mont. ? OUNCES OK QUALITY IN EVERY POUND. The Motor Car Reo Motor Cars With the tnree factors?Quality, Prlco and Service?taken eare of, shouldn't we be able to got together? REO SfOTOR SALES CO., State .Agrnto, South Boston, - - Virginia. //* / // 5 Passenger 4mm> $1500 FULLY EQUIPPED. The car you oujjhi to have at the price iron otieht to Tfoav. W. C. SMITH &c CO., ?414 North Fifth. 313 North Fourth. il it cad to be, ho waited until McCabe was out. and then stole, with Wallace up. Cowan changed his line-up. and il looked good. Dobson led ofY, and Flynn called some awfully close de ctilons against him. Let's give tlte umps the bcnertt, but the tlrst two times Dobson was up it looked might? ily as If he had beaten the throw to first. The rest of the line-up was the same, Baker dropping back into Dob son's place. The score: Richmond. AB. R. H. O. A. K Dob?on. lb. 3 0 l 7 1 0 Priest, 2b. 4 0 1' t 2 0 McCabc. rf. 3 0 0 2 10 Wallace, cf. ? 1 l 3 0 0 Martin, et. 4 : 1 I 8. 3. 4 Hauls, if. 10:200 Baker, 3b. 4 0 12 10 Edwards, c. 0 n 0 1 0 u I cowan, c. :> 0 1 T. 1 0 I Revelle. p. 4 0 1 0 1 ? Totals .33 2 * 27 10 II I?> nchburg. AB. R. H. O A K Keating, Sb. i 0 1 2 2 0 Woolums. lb. 4:1 2 9 2-0 I Morrison. If. 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 McDonnell. 2b. t 1 1. .1 1 0 Stocksdale, rf. 111200 Kribj. cf. 4 11100 SSanelll, ss. 400220 l'helan. c. 4 0 1 f, 1 0 Brooks, p. 4 0 0 1 r. 0 Totals .K 4 S 27 11 0 The ?cor? by innings: It. I Richmond .OlOlOOoo 0?2 I Lynchburg .0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0?1 Summary: Two-base hits?Cowan. Maitis. I Thrcc-base hits?Krebs. Wootums. Sacrlllco 1 hits?Dobson. Stolen bases?Dobson (2), I Priest. Martin Double play?McCabe to Dob son. Left 011 basos?Ri<thmohd, S; Lynch : burjr, ? Struck out?B> i?'velle, 4; by i Brooks, i. Tussed ball? Conan. Time of , game-. 2:05. Umpire. Klynn. Attendance, l.MO. Pertinent Comment BY GUS MALBERT It must have been decreed In the order of things that the Colts were destined to defeat yesterday, for on, no other ground can it be explained. Every bit of luck that appeared broke for the Shoema.kcrs, even to the de? cisions of the umpire. Not that we are making the claim that the um? pire beat us. We have outgrown that .stage. We beat ourselves. The team has now lost five straights. Certainly, wo are due to win to-day. The errors of yesterday were not so 1 much of the kind that helped the other; 1 fellow as they were of the kind which! hurt us. Scoring runs, they do say,! J Is what counts in a ball game, and I wo deliberately threw away several'; golden chances to help one across. It ' I did look as if Flynn might have given 1 J Dobson a couple of close decisions atj tlrst. To the onlooker the fast first 1' sucker looked safe every time he went to the station. But. then. Flynn saw1 different ly. Edwards had been selected by Cowan to go behind, but he stnyed In the game Just one and one-half in? nings. Revelle tossod a hall In the groove which split the middle, and Flynn didn't see It that way. Edwards got mad. said a few choice things and was then sent to retirement. lie viewed the rest of the game from the grandstand. That Cowan Is doing everything In his power to ma.ke the team 11 winner Is proved by the way be shifted the line-up. Dobfon was put up tlrst. and then the rest followed In the usual j order. Baker taking Dobson'S place. Mattls was the only Coll to connect safely more than once. He hit for a single and a double, but neither helped much. Dobson helped his record by steal? ing second and then grabbing third In the seventh, and then couldn't score. Revelle pitched n pretty game of ball and fielded his position In pood style. He should not have lost. .lust nd use talking. We have got to will to-day. It looks like ,Iob~on Is slated to turn the trick. [ LOSING SIM 1 Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Roanoke, Va? July 21.?The Tigers broke their losing streak by .lumping on Mayberry and clubbing him for thirteen hits and ten runs. Olnn. | Shaughnessy, C>. Cooper, and Shields ; hit the bull hard, and the Tigers rolled up the store nteadlly. Four hits, a pass, a hit. batsman and an I e'rror. gave Koanoke half a dozen tal? lies In the sixth Inning Eflrd was cool ! and effective throughout. The scores: Roanoke, A.B. H O, A E jCinn. If. 5 3 6 0 1 : .-hanghncssy, rf. h 2 2 ft ft Pressly, lb. 5 1 r? 2 ft . McCauley. 3h. 4 1 2 ft 1 1C. Cooper, c. f> 2 I 1 0 i Titman, cf. 2 1 ft ft ft I Shields. 2b. 3 2 fi " 0 ICefalu. ss. a ft 1 2 ft 1 Erird, p.. . 4 ft 1 1 ft Total .3fi 13 27 !? 2 Danville. A.B. H. O A. E ; Morgan. SB. 4 1 3 1 0 ? Laughlin, If. 4 ft 4 ft 0 ; Sl.arder, lb. 4 111 1 1 I Jackson. 2b. 4 1 1 7 a ? fcliuf man, rf . 4 ft ft ft ft j J. Cooper, r.h. 4 2 2 4 ft ; Mayberry. p. 4 2 1 4 ft j Smith, c. 4 0 2 0 ft '. Lumsden, rf. 3 ft 0 0 1 i _ ! Totpl .3:. 7 24 17 2 j Score by innings: B. j Roanoke. ft 0 o 1 ft fi 1 2 ??10 I Danville. ftonft2ftft00? 2 I Summary: Runs?Olnn (2), Shaugh I hessy, M.Cauley (2>. Cooper f2). Tit man. Shields, Eflrd. hooper. Smith. I Two-base hits?Mnvberry. .1 ?'ooper. O. I Cooper, Three-base hits?Shaughn.s sy. Sacrifice hits?Titman. Shield? 'stolen hases?Shaughnessy, Morgan. ?Pressly. Struck out ? By Eflrd. 1! l.v : Mayberry, 1. Base on bulls?Off May? berry. Passed balls?Smith. Dou t\hle plays?Shields to CofslU. Left an :..\as*.s?P.oanokc, 6; Danville, 6. Hit by .',\t.:her?Titman. Balk?Eflrd. Time, '. <6. Umpire?Henderson. REDS HAVE CLOSE SHAVE Brooklyn, N. v , July 21.?Cincinnati played better ball than Brooklyn on n muddy diamond to-day, but had a close I shave at the finish, Brooklyn rallying strongly in the ninth to a 7 to 0 defeat. Score: Cincinnati. Brooklyn. AB II O A E AH 11 O A K ; Marians, If 3 l o o OBurch. cf. 5 o < o o. Rates, cf... 3 i : 9 1 DauVt. Ib. I t ;S' 6 t' Heb'xel, lb. i 1 10 0 0 Wheat. If. 5 o 4'0 0 I Mitchell, rf ."? :i 0 t> V Hun.', .'b I 1 .1 1 0' ; lialenti. s? .'? 1 1 2 icoulsoh, rf :. t o ?> 0 Grant. 3h... 3 f 1 3 OToolev. ss. 3 2 1 3 0 Egan. 2t>... i l .? OZIm'an, :th. 4 t l i l IM'Lean, c.? 6 t $ l 0 Erwin, <-.. 3 ?> f? t o iFrom'e, p.. 1102 OKhetxer, ,> l o 0 o o Hagau, p.. 1 ? 0 3 0 Dayldtdn*. f? o o o ft I Totals ...Mil 3? 13 2 Totals ...r.*, 9*7 10 si "Batted for Regan in ninth. ) . Srore by innings: K. 1 ' Clnrlnnitl .0 o 0 0 .' 0 0 2 0?7 : ? Biooklyn .o o o o o o 3 0 3?? | Summary.: Runs?Marsens, Baten. Mitchell,) Grant. McLean, Frommt (3), Dauberl, Too-! ' ley, Zimmerman. Erw in ay, Davidson. Two- j base hits?Hoblltzel. Grant. Da'ubert. Sacrl. . flee hits?Marians, Fromme, stolen bases? Mitchell, Balenti CM. Qrant, Dauben. Too- t ley. Double plays?McLean to Euan: Bslentlj to Bgao. to Hoblltzel. Left on bases?Cincln- ; nntl. l"; Brooklyn, s. First base on errors? Cincinnati. ? nits?Off Knetzer, c In 4 2-i '? innings; off Hasan. .". In l 1-3 tnniiiKs. First !)??? on balls?Off K Hetzer. ?: off Hawaii. 3; oft Fromm?, struck out-By Knetsor, 2; ' b) It?K.in. ". hy Fromme. 5. Hit by pitcher ! ? By Fromme. 1 i Dauber: >. Time of game 2:13. Umplrbs, Klcm and Brennan. GARDNER IS EFFECTIVE Boston. Mass.. July-21.?PltlSburg de? feated Boy ton to-day " to 3. Good I pitching by Gardner with men on bases prevented tho locals from scoring on ; several occasions. Score: Boston. Plltshurg. Alt II O A E AU It O A E Sween'y, 2b I l :< s o Byrne, ::r>. ?21 I 1 Tenner, lb. 5 1 11 ? 6 Leach, cf. 8 1 ? 0 ,0 HiiMrf. 3b, S 2 2 :; 0 Clarke, If. 5 0 4 ft ft lnncrton, if .'? -' -' l n W?gner, ?> ; : I ft R, Miller'.. :. 1 1 1 0J. Miller:. ft 3 1 t ( Spratt, ss.. 2 1 3 I OM'K'nte. Ib2 0 lft o 0 Kaiser, cf.. " 1 -' rt 0 Wilson, rf. 4 2 1 0 II Kilns, c_ 4l3t> 0Simon, i l & 1 n Fergaoh, p 3 ft 0 3 1 Gardn'r, p 4 0 0 1 Oi Muttern, p. ft ft 0 0 0 Fliherfcyt-. i l ft ft o Totnls ...37 11 37 16 1 Totals ...17 13 37 11 1 ?R. Miller, right field. 'Batted for Ferguson In eighth. l.T. Miller, second bnso. Score by innings: H. Plttsliurg .!? 0 : 1 (10 2 0?7 Boston .3 0 ft 0 0 ft 0 3 0?.". Summary: Runs?Sweeney. Herzog. Inger-; ton. Spratt, Kling, Loach. Wagner (2). J. ; Miller (2), McKechnle. Wilsen. Twto-baste . hits?Sweeney, J. Miller. Ingerton. Three bam hit?Wagner. Home, runs?Wagner. Wll- , son. Sacrifice hits?McKechnle 13). Stolen base?Herzog, Double play?J. Miller to Wag? ner to McKechnle. Left on ba?f s ? Boston, ' :?: Pittiburg, (. First base on errors?Boston, , 1; Plttaburg, 1. Hit!?Oft Ferguson. 11 In 8] Ir.nlnss: on" Mattern, t in 1 Inning. First base on balls?Oft Ferguson. 1; off Gardner. , 3. Struck out?Ry Ferguson, I; by Gardner.' J. Hit by pitcher?Tly Gardner. 1 motzen. I Wild pitch?Gardner. Time of same, 1:50. j Umplrei, Johnstone and Bason. TWO HITS OFF WILTSE i ?_ I New York. July 21.?After losing ; five straight games, being knocked Off the rubber In the last four, George} Wlltse to-day pitched one of the great-! est games of his career, holding St. ' Louis to two hits. Wiltse also drove In New York's last two runs in the ! tilth. The la:;l three Innings were j played In a drizzling rain Score: i St. Louts. Now York. A Ii II O A E AB H O A B , Hugglns, 3b 3 l _? 4 ODevore, if. 4 110 0 H?user, ss. I l 3 ?-' l Dovle. :h.. 4:3101 Ellis, if. 3 0 2ft OS'Rrass. cf 4 3 0 0 01 Konet'y, lb 3 0 !> 1 1 Murray, rf 3 0 4 0 01 I Evans, rf.. 2 ft 1 1 ft Met klo, lb 3 0 lft 1 0 Smith, 3b.. 3 ft I 3 0 Flel'cr. ss. 3 1 2 3 0| [M'lvor, of.. 3 ft 0 ft ft Devlin. 3b. 1 0 0 3 0 Rrcs'hnn, c3 0 ft 3 I Myers, c. 3 1 ? 2 o| Harmon, p 2 n l l 0 wiltse. p.. 3 l i o o; Mowreyi*... 1 ft ft ft o ! Totals ...27 2 21 11 3 Totals ...2S I 37 9 0 ?Batted for Harmon in ninth. Score by innitics: It? s' t. Louis.ft 1ft ft ft ftO 0 0?? New York.2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ?? I I Summary: Rune?Doyle, Snodcriss, Devlin, [ Myers. Two-base lilts?Doyle. Snodgrass. Three*base hit? Devore. Stolen hns, s?Snod- . Brass (3). Double plays?Kvnns to Bremaharii ' Hauler to Hugglni to Konetcby. Lett on bases?New York, J; St. Louis. 2. First buae on error?New York. 1. First base on balls? Off Wlltse. 2; off Harmon. 2. Struck out?By \\ ;!ts... S; by Harmon. 5. Time of uanie. 1:24. Umpires. O'Day and Emslle. WILL CHALLENOE AGAIN. Ilurllngham Polo Club Wants Another Fight for Championship, Lnnrton. July 21? The Ilurllngham r-do ciuh to-day decided to again challenge for the international championship In 19'.-'. I Their financial difficulties have been solved by the Duke of Westminster, who has agreed to take charge of the American polo cup fund and ponies and to enrry through the necenary arrangement! In conjunction with the Ilurllngham Club tor a meeting next season. The Meadow Brook Club suc? cessfully defended the cup last month. STORM IN WASHINGTON Atwooii's Veroplnne Wrecked nnd Au? tomobile Blown into Itlver. Washington, July 21.?An automobile was blown Into the Potomac River and! Harry N Atwood'S aeroplane was ] ! wrecked by tho wind during a r>e : vere wind, rain and hail Storm which ! swept the city lo-nlght. The aeroplane ! t was In Potomac Park, where It has ] I ii sted since Atwood's record-breaktnt : tllgiit from New York here. A party of] automobillsts motored to the park Just b( fore the storm broke to see the aero? plane. The wind threw the aeroplane against a bandstand, totally demolish? ing it. turned the automobile over , and whirled it Into the river. No I ope was hurt. The storm played havoc with trees i and shrubbery throughout the city. In several parks and thorough fa ros many Urge trees were uprooted. Jefferson Hotel Arrivals!. D II. Solomon. New York; Miss O. L. j Matcher, Kork Union. Va.; J. II. Mh- I I rion, Chester; S. c. l. m. O'Neal, Chi riago Mr and Mrs. H. 1^. Mapes, Wash- i Ington, D. C; Robert Coe. Philadelphia; Pa.; A. G Young. Pittsburg. Pa.; I). M. , Buck, Pittsburg, T'a.; Thos. W. Sim uers A N. Tlchen?r, Philadelphia. Pa ; R, H. Thomas. Ballimore. Md : W. R. Martin. Norfolk, Va.J S E. Bailey. Phll adelphla; C. II. Saffell. Washington. !>. C i S. S Alcorn, Philadelphia, Pa.; If. O. Cave, Baltimore; Md.; J. p. Shut tuck. A. B. Baton, D. J. Collins, Phila? delphia. Pa.! Thos. P. Morgan, Wash? ington, p. >' . Louis Kiissbaum, S. p o. ; Andei son. New York . V. E. Block, Providence, R, 1.: T. B. Greene. New York: W. p. Seltzer and son. Washing ; ton. D. C; K. J. Wallis. Atlanta. Ca.; Mrs Thos:. B. Scott. Bnrkevllle. Vs.; A. S Cnrdosa, New York; l Matsumurn, S. Morl. Tokio. Japan; W, W. Price. New York. Mrs. W. P, Hobson, Mary Sidney Hobson, COvlngton, Ky : C. E. Cortes, New York; 3 C. Malthai. Baltimore. Md . Walker S. Utsey, St. George, S. C West End League HOW THEY STAND. < I.lbs. Won. Lost. P. C. Sidney stnra . II I .I>17 Mooroes . 11 1 .1117 Blhaa . .1 ? .3*.-, i reticent* . . . t ?i .:m Houlevnrtls . ? o .:to?< IMrnte? . ;? II .2S0 \\ IIF.lti-1 THEY l'I.AY TQ-D . \t Hnr?le Parkl UrcKcentsi VH. Ill has, i mplrc, Perkins, ?AI IJ > r ?1 I'nrk: I'lrnies vs. Stars, Umpire, W nils. Ajl Meadow Riirki Itou!,-\ ii : ilh va, Monroes^ I mplrc. Bottoms. RESULTS YESTERDAY NATIONAL). Now York. I; St. Louis. 0. Brooklyn. 6; Cincinnati, 7. Boston. 5: PlttsbUl'g, 7. Chicago-Philadelphia, rain. AMERICAN. St.\LoUiS, Washington, Detroit. 4: Now York, 6. Cleveland, 2; Boston, 7. Chicago, 8; Philadelphia, STANDING OF THE CLUBS Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. Year. Philadelphia . . 52 Chicago. 60 New York. 60 St. Louis. -IS Pittsburg. til Cincinnati .... :!.". Brooklyn . 30 Boston . ::? CHI ?17 802 Clubs. Won. Lost. 47 1 Detroit . 59 828 Philadelphia . . 61 5M Chicago. 43 188 New York. 13 551 Cleveland . 15 r>2:> Boston. II I3<i ? Wa-hlngton .. . .9 378 I St. LoUls. -4 P.C. ?in i .043 .518 .512 .r.or. .506 .337 .us* WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY Chicago at Philadelphia. i Philadelphia at Chicago. St. Louis at New York. New York at Detroit. Pittsburg at Boston. Boston at Cleveland. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. I Washington at St. STEVE GRIFFIN AGAIN WILL MANAGE RED SOX [Special to The Time s-Dispatch. J Danville. Vn.. July 21.?Steve Griffin, who piloted the Red Sox last yeur when they c?pped the pennant in the Virginia League, will arrive In the city Sunday to assume charge of the Danville t,am and will succeed Laugh Un, who has been managing tin- t, am since the 1911 season started. When Grllfln arrives he will make several changes in the Une-up. The I team has been taken In charge by W. M. Snead, who had the team last year, and who la a good Judge of baseball material, and he Is conlldent i of the ability of the team to climb : from now on. The committee, which has been for ! several days collecting funds, Is meel t ins with success, and feel confident i that the necessary amount will bo ; forthcoming from the citizens of Dan? ville. Tidewater League Stauding of the CIuIih. Won. Lest. P.C. ' Suffolk . 11 3 .780 j Elizabeth City ... 7 :> .5S31 Norfolk . 7 7 .500 Newport News ? 8 .429 Uld Point . 5 S .385j Ports-mouth. 4 !? .308 Merchant In ?;rrnt Shane. [Special to The T'lmea-Dl'?tch.j Newport News, Ya., July 21.?Mer? chant was in meat term 10-day, and the Norfolk Rookies defeated the ship-! bulld? rs, 5 to 0, by taking advantage1 Of the many errors of omission on the | part of the locals. Score by innings. R. H. K. ? Newport Nowa. OOOoOOOOO?0 3 l\ Norfolk . 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 " 1?5 S 2 | Batteries! Wallace ami Hogers; Mer? chant and Lucia. Umpire, Mace. Time, 1:32. Attendance, 450. Ohl Point Wins Again. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Hampton. Va.. July 21.?The Old Point Ounncrs this afternoon succeed? ed In taking the second game In two days from the Portsmouth Tars, on the Phoebus lot to-day, the score be? ing li to 4. Several sensational Held? in;-; .-luius were pulled off, including a running one-hand catch by Murden and I Allen. Hazzard pulled off an unassist? ed double play, while Pierce did tine [ work with the stick. Score by Innings: R. U.E. Old Point. 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 ??6 9 2 I Portsmouth ... 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?I 10 ij Batteries: Obi Point?Christie and) Engelbert. Portsmouth?Brown and! Cote. Umpire. Hayes. Attendance, 400. President James llannon. of the Tide- | water League, who owns the Norfolk; team, to-day announced that he will \ transfer the Norfolk nine to Hampton ; next week. The nine will be known in ; the future us the "Hampton Crabbers."! Tarheels Lone to Suffolk. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] ' Suffolk. Vit., July 21.?Pour hits and | two runs were made off Sweeney in the first Inning to-day, after which Eliza beih City railed to score, and Suffolk : won. 6 to 2. Both pitchers hit liber- i ally, but the fielding was fast. Score by innings: . R. H. E. I Elizabeth City. . 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 10 2 Suffolk .??? 10230000 ??1? 12 0 j Balterics: Schmidt and Cleveland;] Sweeney and Klock. Pined for Fighting. Eli lab Henley and Thornton Fleming, both colored, were each fined 12.60 and costs yes? terday by a magistrate In Henrlco county, before whom they wore tried on a charge of tieh11ng. In default they were committed to Jail. Only Two Hours RICHMOND to the SEASHORE Via the Popular Rl.r.tu-ltounil Trip?tJI.MO. to NORFOLK AND SKASIDH. Every Sunday. Two trains, 8:30 and 9 A. M. A fast, clean ride over rock ballast, double, track. Choice, of two trains and two routes to Norfolk, giving ten hours at the seaside. Two Cycle 4 Cylinders THE CAR THAT HAS NO VALVES. Guaranteed Engine Servlce. I'rtce, *i,2i:u to S2,QOO. Imperial Motor Car Co., Distribute*!-* _ 1031 W. Brand $t. Phone Mon. 121?. | ?ii ?? Mi?i ?? in hub,in in i mm - Touring Car, J700?Roadster. te00. 1627-29 W. BROAD ST. The buyer who Icuows the difference in automobiles will own a ? Jones Motor Car Co. Allen Ave. and Brond Streets. "Guaranteed for Life." RICHMOND MOTOR CO., lnc\ 313 WestMaln. NATIONAL HONOR NOPARTY QUESTION Speech by David Lloyd-George Makes Deep Im? pression. London. July 21?*-Addrestlng a banquet ?riven by (he bankers of London to-night David Lloyd-Guorgc, chancellor oi tht cx chequar. referred 10 Great Britain's contln ually growing prosperity, which, he said, could only be arrested by a disturbance of ' the world's peace. Therefore he was ready to make great sacrifice* to preserve peuce, and would re Juice at the success of the urbitiatlon nego? tiations with the United .States, but, he added. It was essential that Great Britain Dt all hazards should maintain her place and prestige among the great powers. If a situation were forced upon Great Ortta.n. where peace could only be pre? served oy the surrender of the position she had won by centuries of heroism and achievement, by allowing herself to be treated where vita! Interests were concerned as though she were of no account In the cabinet of nations, then, he said, em? phatically, peace at that price wi.uld be a humiliation intolerable tor a great country like England to . ndure. "National honor," said the chancellor, "Is no party question. The security of our in? ternational trade is not a purty question. The peatc of the world la mora likely to be secured If al! nations realize fairly what the conditions ot peace, must be." The speech made a deep impression on his listeners. His audience Iniirpiur.ed the speech to mean that the Moroccan situation ll serious enough to have decided the cabi? net to depute the chancellor to take this opportunity of affirming th0 British stand? point. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Southern League games postponed, rain. CAROLINA ASSOCIATION At Greensboro: Greensboro. 2; Wln ston-Salem, 0. At Greenville: Greenville, 2; Spar? enburg. 0. At Charlotte: Charlotte, S; Ander? son, 7. EASTERN LEAGUE At Montreal: Montreal. 4; Newark, 7. At Toronto: Toronto, :>; Providence, 3. At Buffalo: Buffalo. 2; Baltimore, 10. At Rochester: Rochestor, It; Jersey City, 8. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE At Albany: Albany 6; Jacksonville. 1 (first game). Albany, 3; Jackson? ville, 1 (second game). At Columbia: Savannah-Columbia, rein. At Charleston: Charleston, 1; Augus? ta. 2. At Macon: Macon, 0: Columbus, 7. JCDGE CHARLES M. WHITE DIES WHILE ON PISHING Till P [Special to. The Tlmes-Dlspatch. j Portland, Me., July 21.?Judge Chas. M. White, of Warrenton, Va., died sud? denly to*day while on a deep sea fish? ing trip, with a party of twenty-live i from Peaks Island, a Casco Bay sum? mer resort, where ho had been pass ! Ing his vacation. Twice before, he fell dead Judge White asked the skipper of the yacht for plain soda to settle hl3 stomach. This treatment had no effect, and he urew rapidly worse. ^ When the yacht reached her moor I ing with the body Medical Examiner I Coneen was notified, and he decided j that acute indigestion and heart fail? ure were combined causes of death It'was a coincidence that Judg-i I White was the second man to die on I this same yacht, and while on a fish? ing trip, within ten days. Herzoir Traded to Giants. Boston, July 21.,?Charles L. Herzog, who was recently suspended for a few days by the Boston National League i club on account of a controversy with President Russell, was to-day traded to the New York Nationals for Albert Brldwell and Henry Gowdy. Herzog: is a fast Inflelder. So are both Brld? well and Gowdy, the latter a compara tlvely young player._ East End League HOW THEY STAND. Lost. P. C. ? .750 4 .03? R .5SS 5 .54? ft .:i3lt 10 .107 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY. > BroiiklnnilM vs. Ponhatani, nt llyrd Park. PledmontM vs. Oak Groves, nt C. e4 O. Park. Railroaders) va. Tltzers, nt Skr cent? ers' Park. Clubs. Won. Powhntnnn . ft Oak Groves .7 Tl stern . 7 Brooklanila . ft Riillrnnflern . 4 Piedmonts .2 ONE-SIDED VICTORY Chicago, 111., July 21.?Olmstcada wlldness, with heavy bunched hits, gave Philadelphia a onc-sldcd victory over Chicago to-day, 10 to 2. The locals were unable to do anything to Plank until tho eighth Inning, when two singles, a double and a sacrlltco netted two runs. Score: Chicago. Philadelphia. All IIOAU AB II O A E M'InPre, rf 4 1 2 0 ? B. Lord, It 6 1 0 0 0 H. Lord, 3b 1 2 2 3 o oldjlng. cf 6 0 1 0 0 Cal'hnn. If. 3 0 0 0 0 E. Collins! 4 0 2 4 0 Bodie. of... 4 0 2 1 0 Baker. 3b. - 2 3 2 1 M'Con'll, 2b 2 1 1 3 0 Barry, si . 1 0 2 6 0 J. Collins*. 4 2 U 0 1 Murphy, rt 3 1 S 0 u Tan'hIII. ss 8 0 4 6 0 M'lnnls, lb 4 3 13 1 ?I Sullivan, c. 4 0 4 2 0 Lapp, c... 4 3 2 101 Ol'steSd, p. I 0 I 2 0 Plank, p.. 4 1 12 0 Totals ...32 7 27 IS 1 Totals ...37 12 27 16 1, ?j. Collins, ilr.it base. <E. Collins, second base. ?coru by Innings: R. Chicago .0 A 0 0 0 0 0 2 0? 1 1 1'hdudclphla .4 0 0 0 0 4 0 -? 0-10 ] Summary: Kuns?Mclntyro, Hi Lord, E. Collins, Baker, Barry, Murphy (2), Mclnnls. Lapp i J), Plunk <2i. Two-base hits?Plank, McConncll, H. Lord. Three-base hit?Lapp. Sacrifice hit?Callalnin. Double plays?Plank to Harry to Mclnnls; Sullivan to Tannehlllij Lord to McConuell to J. Collins; Barry to E. Collins to Mclnnls. Left on bases?Chicago, S; Philadelphia. 4. First base on balls?Off | Olmstead, 2; off Plank, 2. Struck out?By j ? > instead, 3. Hit by pitcher?By olmsteaa. I Barry, Murphy); by Plank. 2 (McConnell. 2). ] Wild pitch?Plank. Tlmo of game, 1:44. Umpires, Dlnum and O'Loughltn. WASHINGTON DEFEATED St. Louis, Mo., July 21.?A ooubje. a single and a sacrifice, In the ninth In- ' nlng enabled St. Louis to win from Washington again to-day by a score I of 3 to 2. The Holding of both teams ! was fa?t and orrorless. Score: St. I.ouls. Washington. AB II O A E AB H O A E I Shotton, cf 4 2 3 1 0 Milan, cf.. 10 4 10 i Austin. 3b.. 4 3 4 1 OSch'fer, lb 4 2 11 0 0 Mejoan, rf. 4 i l l OBt'feid, :b 4 l o ? o j Laporte, 2b 4 1 3 2 0 OeSttcr, rf 2 2 1 0 0 Hogan. if.. 4 2 3 0 0 C. >\ainar? 2 o w ? A Stephens. c 4 1 3 0 0 Leltvelt, If 1 0 0 0 u Clarke, lb.. 2 0 s o OMBrl'e, as 3 2 6 6 0 Wallace, ss 3 0 2 4 OConroy, 3b 4 0 0 2 0 Powell, p.. 8 0 0 3 OAlns'lth. cS 0 3 2 0 Hughes, p. I 4 0 1 0 Totals ...S3 9 27 15 0 Totals ..30 Jt3*U 0 ?C. Walker, left Meld. tTwo out when 'Vinning run wa scored. Score by tunings: R St. Louis.? 110 0 0 9 0 1?3 Washington.0 0 0 1 0 1 0 u 0?2 Summary: Runs?Shotton, Laporte. Hogan, Srhnefer. Elberfeld. Two-base hits?Hognn. Laporte, Saerineo hits?C. Walker. Clarke. Double ploy?Wallace to Laporte to Clarke. Stolen base?Hogan. Left on bases?Si. Louis. 6; Washington, 6. Firs: hate on balls ?Off Powell. 2: off Hughes. L Struck out? By Powell, 3; by Hughes, 2. Hit by pitcher ? By Powell. 1 (Gessler). Wild pitch Hughes. Time ,,f game. 1:30 Umpires. Evans and Parker. SUMMERS HIT FREELY Detroit, Mich. July 21,?Detroit could hit Ford in only one Inning to? day, while New York hit Summers ! freely, the visitors winning G to 4. Manager Jennings. Cobb and Casey I were ordecrd off tho field by the um : plies for disputing decisions. Score: New York. Detroit. AB HO A B AU H O A E Daniels, cf. i 4 3 4 OJones, If.. 6 0 111 Wolter, rf. 6 0 0 3 a Bush, ss... 4 1 3 6 0 HartZ'll, 3b i 2 I 1 ICobb. cf... 2 1 0 ? ; Crco, if.... 113 0 OCraVd, rf i 1 1 1 I Knight, ss. 2 12 3 1 Delo'ty. lb 4 0 3 ft >i Chase, lb.. 3 111 1 0 Mor'lty. 3b J 2 2 0 1 Johnson, 2b 4 2 0 3 (O'U'ty, 2b 3 0 2 2 t Sweeney, c i 3 6 0 o Stanuge, c. 4 o 8 4 0 I Ford, p_ 1 0 0 2 1 Surn'ets. p 2 0 0 3 0 Lafltte. p.. 0 0 0 0 0| H.-hmidt ..I I 0 0 <? Shallerf .. 1 0 0 0 0 Totals ...13 14 37 13 3 Totals ...34 6 27 18 2. ?Batted for Summers In seventh. 'Batted for Lailtte in ninth. Score bv innings: R. j j New york.0 110 0 111 0-?S j j Detroit .0 0 I 0 0 3 0 0 0-4 ' , Summary: Runs?Daniels <2i. Knight (3), ; ; Chase, Jones, Bush. Cobb, Crawford. Two- ! I basB hits?Cree, Chase, Sweeney, Daniels, I I Morinrlty. Hansell. Three-base hits? Dan- ; j lels, Cobb, Crawford. Sacrifice fly?Chase. ! I Stolen bases?Daniels, Morlarity. Left on . j buses?New York, ?; Detroit. S. First base ' [ on errors?New York, Sj Detroit, 2. Hits? : Off Summers, II in 7 innings; off Latlite, 3 ' I in 2 innings. First base on balls?Orr Ford, I 2; .off Summers. 1. Struck out?Bv Ford, 4; ?by Summers. I Hit by pitcher?By Ford 1 . ['(Cobb); by Summers, l (Knight). Wild pitches?LafltU ,'-??. Time of game, 3:1 Empires. Egan and Connolly. VICTORY FOR BOSTON Cleveland, Ohio. July 21.?Boston de- | feated Cleveland 7 to 2, bunching three j hits with two passes In the ntxth and: scoring four runs. Collins was effec- j tive with men on bases. Carrlgan drove in three of Boston's runs. Bir? mingham has been suspended for an; argun,ent with Umpire Perrlne in '? Thursday's game. Score: Cleveland. Boston. AB HO AB AR H O A E, Orshey, If. 3 0 0 0 0 Hooper, rf 2 0 3 G 0 Grlggs, rf.. 1 0 0 0 OGard'r. 3b. 8 1 0 1 0 Olson, ss... 4 0 4 4 0 Speaker, cf 4 2 7 0 0 Jackson, cf 4 1 10 0 Lewis, If.. S 1 4 0 0 Stovall, lb. 4 3 11 1 OEnglc. lb.. 3 16 0 0 Butcher* .. 4 2 2 0 0 Wagner. 2b 41200 Ball, 2b.... 3 114 OCar'gan. c. 4 3 3 1 0 Turner, 3b. 3 0 1 2 0 Yerkes, ss. 4 0 1 4 0.. Fisher, c... 3 17 0 OCollins, p. 4 0 1 1 1 Krapp, p.. 2 0 0 4 0 Lajoiet ... 0 0 0 0 0 Mills: . 0 0 0 0 0 Smith" .... 1 0 0 0 0 Easterly z. 1 0 0 0 0 Totals ...33 8 27 15 0 Totals a..33 '.< 27 7 1 ?Butcher, right field and left field. (Ratted for Or.iney In eighth. iP.nh for Lajole In eighth. ??Batted for Fisher In ninth. zRatted for Krapp In ninth. Score by Innings: R. Cleveland .0 0 ft 0 0 0 rt 2 0?2 Eoston .0 1 0 0 0 4 0ft 2?7 Summary: Runs?Jackson. Mills, Gardner, Speaker (2). Lewis, Engle (2). Wagner. Two b?se hits-Butcher, Stovall. Wagner. Lewis. ! Sacrifice hit?Krapp. Stolen buses?Hoopor. j Speaker (t), Wagner, Carrlgan, Gardner. I Left on hoses?Cleveland. 8; Boston. 8. First base on balls?Off Krapp, 7; off Collins. 3 Stru'k out?By Krapp, d; by Collins, 2. Wild I pitches?Krapp, Collins. Passed ball?Fisher, f Time of game. 2:1ft. Umpires, Mullen and Perrlne. TARHEEL VETERANS WILL BF. INVITED TO NORFOLK Norfolk, Va.. July 21.?North Caro? lina Confederate velor?u? >vill be :ig..i.-i invited to held their annual reunion this fall In Norfolk, according to an announcement of Secretary William T. Anderson, of the Board of Trade. Tho Tarheel veterans came here last year for their annual gathering. . The Joint convention committee will meet Tuesday to consider an lnvltatl-n to tho Carolina veterans. Mr. Ander? son says If the veterans enjoyed Nor? folk'as much as Norfolk enjoyed their visit last year he feels sure they will again piteh tent In this city. It Is not improbable that an effort will again be made this year to hold o Joint re? union of tho Virginia nnd the North Carolina veterans in this city. DTE I) A WOMAN HATER. John Stellar Stipulated that Only Men At? tend His Funeral, Evnnsvllte. Ind.. July 21.?Becoming a no .nan-hater because as. he said, his wide de? serted him nt Louisville. Ky., after induc? ing him'to aas!*n half liIn property to her, John Stellar, sixty-aevon years old, stipu? lated In his will that none hut men should alien* his funeral. Tho man's, wish will be- followed at his funeral to-morrow. Stellar wlPed nil hlH property; including a largo farm and con? siderable savings, to Joe Hani, a grocer, who befriended him In his last Illness. Oialmers MOTOR CA?.? filCHMOND. VIRGINIA Richmond Amateur League STANDING OF TUB TEAMS. Played. Won. Lout. P.O. Battle Axe. 13 12 1 .02:1 CCA.?2 8 1 .007 Athletic* . 14 0 5 .01? Uiirton IIcIk>iih. 13 7 <l ..-,31? lIlKblnudern .... 14 7 7 nim SUrcemer? . 14 7 7 .500 VlrKlnliinn . II 3 11 .214 AIcom . 12 1 11 .083 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY". 11 In l> in mil i m VA. Skreeiucrs, nt Dyrd Park. I'mplrc, Hliki, Scorer, Tucker. Uurtuii IfelKhta v?. llattlv Axe, at C. C. A. Purk.. Gnme called at 3 P. M. I niplrc, O'Toole. Scorer, Strotlicr. C. C. A. vu. Athletic*, at O. C. A. Park. Umpire, HoKun. Scorer, Schaaf, Ylrglnlansi va. Alcoa, at Athletic Park, t'mplre, Meacoe. Scorer, Am? nions. A dnulile-heniler will be plnyed nt C. C. A. 1'urk tO-day, the flrat Knme between the Ilnttle Axe and llarton lleluthtN IickIoh at 3 I*. M., nud the necoiid Knme betiveen the C. C. A. aud Athletics, both itmni'ii for one admission. PETERSBURGWINS (Special w The Times-Dispatch-1 Petersburg:, Va.. July 21.?The Goob? ers, aided by Starke's wlldness, won the game in the second inning- this af? ternoon, when four runs were made, After this Inning: the Tars played list? lessly, aigd showed plainly that they were badly hacked. Hamilton, for the Goobers, was In fine form, and kept the hits well scattered throughout the name, and his support, with the excep. tion of two errors which cost nothlitK, was fast and clean. Simmons. Busch and Bowcn were the stars for the Goobers, while Stein, a former Goober, carried off the batting; honors for tho Tars, making- two of the longest hits made Inside the grounds this season, each Of which netted him three bases. The score: Norfolk. AB. R. H. O A. K , Klrcher, cf .4 1 1 0 0 0 Dodge. 2b .? 0 1 0 j l Babb. ss . 4 0 1 2 5 0 Block, c ._ t 0 0 5 \ 0 Uw. lb . 3 1 1 10 0 0 Curtis. 3b . 4 0 1 1 1 0 Waith, rf . 4 0 1 2 0 o Stein. If_. 4 0 2 2 o 0 Starke, p . 4 0 0 1 2 o Totals .33 2 S 24 11 1 Petersburg. AB. R. H. O. A. R; Bowcn. 2b . 4 0 1 3 ? l Booe. If . 3 0 0 1 0 0 Busch, ss . 4 1 1 1 1 I Kellhor. lb . 2 2 1 111 1 o Anthony, cf . 2 O 0 2 0 o Simmons, 3b . 3 2 1 1 3 0 Spencer, rf . 3 2 1 1 o o Selvage, c . 2 1 1 S 0 n Hamilton, p . 2 0 1 1 2 a Totals .25 ? 7 27 12 2 Score by Innings: It. Norfolk .0 1 0 00 0 1 0 0?2 Petersburg .04021001 x?R Summary: Two base hits?Hamilton. Busch. Kellher. Three base hits ? Stein (2), Klrcher. Stolen bases? Spencer. Double plays?Block to Bahl>: Simmons. Bowen. Kellher: Busch, Bowcn, Kelhcr. Bases on balls?off Hamilton. 2. off Stark. 1. Deft on hases?Petersburg. 3; Norfolk, 5. Hit by pitched halls?keiner. Spencer, Struck out?by Hamilton. 3; by Starke, 4. Wild pitch?Starke Time of game, two hours. Umpire, Pender. Attend? ance, 1.000. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Milwaukee: Milwaukee, 5; Kan? sas City, 6. j At St. Paul: St. Paul, 7; Minneapolis, 1. Every Sunday Excursions The only Una running through coaches without change to Virginia Beach?tho only resort on the Atlantic Ocean. Round $ 1.5QT rip TO Norfolk Ocean Cape View Henry j Virginia Beach CHOICE OF TWO FAST TRAINS. I The Special leaves Richmond S:10 A. M.: leaves Norfolk 7:10 P. M. The Cannon Ball leaves Richmond 0:00 A. M.; leaves Norfolk 4:15 P. M. I Carries Pullman parlor car. Richmond VS. Lynchburg Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 20, 21 and 22. Game called at 4:30 P. M. Admission. 25c. Grandstand, lftV THE LUBIN The cool and classy playhouse with ths pickings In high-class vaudeville and the world's best motion views. Programs changed Monday and Thursday. Amateurs Thursday night.