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REVELLE DOWNS TARS
WITH PAINFUL EASE
Only One Run Made Off Redoubtable Dutch and
in First Inning?Walsh and Pierce Led to
the Slaughter by Unfeeling Babb.
VIRGINIA LEAGUE
Ii Es l I.TS YESTERDAY.
I.ynehliiirK, 3| Roanoke, 3.
Petersburg, 3| Onuvlllc. 7.
.Norfolk. Ii Richmond, 10.
STANDING OF TilE CLUBS.
Inn?
Club?. Won. l.ost. P.C. Vcnr.
\orfolk .-I? :i.t ..VIS .4BS
Lynchbur? .... 42 3t> .510 .4<i>
Petersburg ... 41 :?i .513 .488
lloanoke .n 41 .r.oo -sn
Richmond _ 38 43 .475 .474
Dnnvlllr.34 4? .125 .?30
WHERE THEY IM AY TO-DAY.
Ii Ich mim il nt .Norfolk.
Honttokr nt l,ynchbtir|C.
IVtcrf.hiirji nt IHinvIHe
rSpedal tr. The Times-Dlspatch.]
Norfolk. Va.. July 25.?In one of the ]
slowest panicf of the season, punctu j
sled In nearly every Inning by local
errors. Richmond walked over Norfolk ;
10 to 1. It was annihilation, oblivion. ,
chaos, nnd l.noo fans, like the elect j
of Nero's games, sat in state and j
?watched the carnage. One rabid fan
from Richmond got out of his seat ,
snd yelled to his team. "Don't cheer. ;
boys, the poor devils are dying. Hlg
Martin Walsh was lilted from the I
mound by a storm of Colt hits, and re. |
tired In the seventh, Pierce, who re- j
E
LUCKY CONTEST
llrooks Outpitches Efird, but!
Errors Help Magic City
Lads in Battle.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.J 1
Lynchburg, Va., July 25.?Brooks
had Chinese ball behind him to-day.
nnd Roanoke won it to two of the I
runs being due to misplays by Wool
urns and Zanelll, each contributing a
run. Brooks outpitcfaed Efird, but the
latter had brilliant support. Cefa'.u
leading his team with wonderful work
at short. The score:
Lmchburnr.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Keating, Sb. 4 0 1 0 0 1
Woolums, lb. 4 0 0 13 0 3
Morrison. If. 4 0 2 2 0 0
McDonnell. 2b. 4 0 0 1 6 0
Stocksdale, rf. 4 1110 1
Krebs, cf. 1 0 1 0 0 0
Zanelll. ss. 3 1 2 4 4 1
Blen. c. 2 0 0 6 2 0
Brooks, p. 3 0 1 0 2 1
Totals .32 2 S 2T 11
Hoanoke.
AB. R H O. A. E.
Ginn, '.f. 5 0 0 1 0 1
Sr.aughr. sasy. rf. 4 1 1 'J u 0
Pressly, lb. 4 0 0 16 0 0
McCauley. Sb. 4 0 0 0 <1 0
Cooper, c. 4 <? 0 1 0
Tlttnan. cf. 4 1 12 0 0
Shields. 2b. 4 1 1 1 2 0
Cefalu. ss. 4 0 2 3 6 0
Etird. p. 4 0 0 0 1 0
Totals .37 3 5 27 11 1
Score by Innings: R.
Lynchburg .0 0 0 0i 0 1 0 0?2
Rc anoke .1 0 0 1 0 1 0 li 0?3
Summary: Three-base hits?Shauprh
nesty, Tlttnan Sacrifice hit?Rien.
St(.'.'ii bases?Shields, Zanelil. First!
Last on errors?Lynchburg. 0: Roa
noke, 4 Left on bases?Lynchburg, 4:
Roanoke, C. Double plays?Cefalu to
Presslj Struck out?by Brooks. 7;
by Ehrd, 2. Time. 1:42. Empire, Hen
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Price, ?1,200 to sl'.r.oo.
Imperlnl Motor Car < '?., Iilntrlhti.er.
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The buyer who know
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cently came from Richmond, succeeded
him and fared little better.
Revelie was In great form, and had
the Tars eating meekly from his hand
In every session but the Prst. when
two hits netted a lone run.' The score:
Richmond.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
DObSOni lb. 5 3 1 7 0 0
Priest. 2b. 6 2 1 2 S 0
McCabe, rf. 6 2 2 3 0 1
Wallace, cf. 5 l ?? -i l o
Martin, ss. S 1 4 3 3 1
Mattis. If. 4 0 1 3 0 0
Baker. 3b. 5 o 2 1 l 0
rowan. C. 4 0 0 4 0 0
Revcllc, p. 1 1 2 0 1 0
Totals .44 10 15 27 9 2
Norfolk.
AB. R. H. O. A. 13.
Klrcher. cf. 4 l 1 l o o
Dodge. 2b. 4 0 0 1 3 1
Babb. ss. 4 0 0 4 .i 0
Block, c. 4 0 2 9 0 2
Staub. If. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Law. lb. 4 0 1 S 0 0
Curtis. 3b. 4 0 1 0 1 1
Stein, rf. 4 0 1 3 0 2
Walsh, p. 2 0 1 1 1 1
F ierce, p. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .35 1 7 27 10 7
Score by Innings: R,
Richmond .2 0 0 0 0 2 4 2 0?10
Norfolk .lOOOOOOO 0? 1
Summary: Two-base hits?McCabe.
Mattis, Wallace. Three-base hit?Mc?
Cabe. Stolen bases?Klrcher. Block
ir,i, Martin (2>k Mattis. Double plays
-Dodge to Babb to Law, Dodge to
Bahb to Law. Base on balls?off
Walsh. 3: off Pierce. S. Left on bases
?Norfolk. 7: Richmond. 10. Struck
out?by Walsh. 6. by Pierce. 3; by
Revelle, 4. Time. 2:45. Umpire. Pen
der.
Honrdrll Sold to rrtrrMuirK.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lynchburg. Va.. duly 25.?Howedell,
who played third and short for the lo?
cals until he was Injured a second time
in Petersburg early in June, this morn?
ing was sold by Manager Stocksdale to
the Petersburg team.
Howedcll was out of the game for
several weeks before he hurt himself
In Petersburg on June 12. after which
he went to his home in Jersey City,
having since that time been under a
technical suspension.
CLOSE FINISHES
FEATURE RACING
Grand Rapids. Mich.. July 2.V ?
Grand Rapids' first Grand Circuit race
meet opened this afternoon, with good
attendance and a fast track of Here*
drives and close finishes featured the
opening card, with a downfall of two
favorites?Anvil, in the feature event
of the Grand Rapids Railway stake,
and Adele Ross, in the 2:14 pace. The j
2:20 trot was productive of the foui
fastest heats ever trotted on the Com- .
stock track In which Argot Hal won !
Summaries:
2:07 pacing?two In three, purse I
11,000?G, the Limit, br. h? by Search,
light, llrst: Lady Isle. b. in., second,
Sarah Ann Patch, third. Best time,
2:00 1-4.
2:07 trotting?two in three, purse
$1,000?Dudle Archdale, blk. m.. by |
Archdale, lirst: Soprano, second; Willy,
third. Best time. 2:06 1-2.
2:20 trotting ? three In five. the :
Grand Rapids Hallway stake, purse
$2,000?Argot Hal. b. h., by Brown Hal.
llrst. Anvil, b. c. by St. Valient, sec- |
ond; Mary G? b. m., third. Best time.:
2:07 1-2. ,
2:14 pacing?three In five, purse
}1,000?Game Maid. br. m. by Gambrel,
llrst: Hal Akin. b. h.. by Brown Hal. !
second: Loh Allen, ch. g.. third. Best
time. 2:0$ l-i.
APPALACHIAN LEAGUE
At Cleveland: Cleveland, 3. Morris
town. 1 (tlrst game). Cleveland, 4.
Mornlstown, 2 (second game).
At Bristol: Ashevllie. C: Bristol. 4
(ten Innings).
At Johnson City: Johtifon City, 5;
Knoxville 4.
Intercity Series Between Rich?
mond and Washington Will
Take Place.
? Washington. D. C, July 25.?Plans
are rapidly maturing for the Intercity I
series between Lie amateur champion-;
... lip I aseball team.- of Washington and
Richmond, and the ursi series probably
will be held In Washington on Labor
Day.
Richmond, the Washington Times says
to-day, has a three-league amateur cir?
cuit, which Is under an amateur com?
mission composed of the presidents of
the three leagues, with much the same
governing rules as are In vogue here
In Washington. Their post-season se?
rial will start within a few nays, and
the winner will be declared the repre?
sentative io meet the Washington*
i champions. ^
A> t:i(- postseason here does not
i start before August if.. It will be 1m
, possible to play the live games before
I Lalor Day, as the pennant-winner here
probably will not be decided before
j that time.
The present plan Is to play a s.or>:?
of live games, the winner of three to
be declared champion <">n Labor Day
a double-header will be played in
Washington, and on the following Sat.
urdny. September 9. a double-headr r
win he played in Richmond. Should
a lie result, the last game will he
played on groundi to be decided on'at
a later date.
There will be no po.?t?eas',:i series
with Baltimore, as the Monumental
City has no organized amateur base?
ball, and a team suitable to represent
Baltimore In stich a series would be
hard to pick from the many amateur
teams in that city
!t Is also pro!,;it,le no names will he
played with Philadelphia teams, a - un?
seri?s last fall was mor,. or .-,
farce. Philadelphia teams being op?
posed of members about In Class C In
Jjhji city. p. il McG.
CINCINNATI WINS
er CLOSE SCORE
Defeats New York Nationals in
SUGGS PUZZLE AT ALL TIMES
Giants Make Their Only Runs
on an Error and a Wild
Pitch.
Cincinnati. Ohio. July 25.?Cincinnati
defeated New York to-day by a score
of 3 to 2 In one of the most exciting;
games seen on the local grounds this
season. Suggs was a nuzzle ni all
times, an error and a wild pitch allowing
New York's only runs. Manager Mc
Graw was ordered off the "eld for dis?
puting a decision rendered by Umpire
Johnstone. S< ore:
Cincinnati. New York.
Exciting Game,
3 to 2
KB 11 O A
All
II O A U
Becke:' ... 1
Donllnt .. . l
Myers! .... l
oooo
10 0 0
oooo
Tot?:* < n 11 .1 Total? ...31 5 21)1 1
?Batted for Fletcher In ninth.
? Batted !or Wilson in ninth.
:Batted for Ames In ninth.
Fr?re bv Inning*! R?
New York.1 0 00 1.0 0 0 0?2
Cincinnati .0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 '?3
Summary: Runs?Devo: e. Wilson. Bescher,
Batcf. Mitchell. Two-base hits?Davor?,
Rate?. Wilson. Thr*>c-br.se hit?Hates. Sac.
rlflce hits?Doyle, Ames, Grant. Mitchell.
Stolen bases?Merkle, Heriop. Downey und
Boscher. Double play?Fletcher to Merklc.
Left on bases?New York. 6; Cincinnati. I.
Klrst bare on belli?Off suKfcs. 2. Struck out
? By Suggs. 8; by Ames. 5. Wild pitch ?
Su?s?. Time of came. 1:60. fmpires. John
stone and Eason.
FERRY IN GOOD SHAPE
Flttsburg. Pa.. July 25.?Ferry
pitched a splendid game for Plttsburg,
who easily defeated Brooklyn 7 to 1.
The only tally counted by the visitors
was on ;i, home run by Wheat. Of the
three hits made off Ferry., two were by
Wheat, who hit for a three-banger In
addition to Ills home run. Only six
Brooklyn players reached llrst base.
Score:
IMttsbtirR.
AB Ii O A E
Burch. of.. 1 0 0 0 0 Byrne. 3b.. I 2 6 2. 1
Ceulson, rf 3 0 1 0 0 Leach, cf.. ? 2 3 u 0
Daubert, lb 4 0 ? 0 1 Carey, If.. 3 1 2 0 0
Wheat. If.. 8 2 10 0 tVinjnor. ?5 ?2150
Hum'el, 3b. 4 0 11 0 Miller. Lb.. 2 1 2 4 0
Davson. cf 4 0 3 0 o M'K'nl*. lb 3 0 11 0 0
Tooley. as.. 3 0 1 0 0 Wilson, rf. 3 1 3 0 0
Zlm'an, 3b. 3 o o o DSimon, c. 3 1 & 0 0
Bergen, e.. 3 0 .'. I 0 Kerry, p... 4 0 0 1 u
Erwin, c... I 0 1,0 1
Sehardt, p. 1 1,081
Burke, p.... 0 0 0 2 u
Berger' ... l o o u o
Baton, p . ? 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...30 3 24 7 3 Totals ...30 10 27 12 lj
?Batted for Burke In eighth.
Score by innings: R. |
Plltsbure .2 1 0 0 2 I 1 0 ??7
Brooklyn .1 0000000 0?1 ;
Summary: Runs?Byrne, i'arey (2). Wag*
ncr (.'?. Miller, Wilson. Wheat. Two-bate
hits?Leach (2). Three-base htt??Miller, i
Wheat. Home run?Wheat. Sacrittce hits? '
Miller (2), MeKeohhle, Simon. Stolen b.,ses !
? I.each. Wasner. Double play?Wagner to '
Mlllei to McKechnle. Left or. bases- Pitta
burg, 10; Brooklyn. 4. First base on errors? ,
Pittsburg, I; Brooklyn. 1. Hlts-OfT Sehardt.
S in 5 1-2 Innings: off Burke, l in 12-8 in- ,
nings; off Ra?:nn, 1 In 1 Inning. First base
on balls?Oh* Kerry. 1: off Sehardt. f.; off
Burke, 1. off Bason. I. struck ouv--By Per- '
ry. 2: by Sehardt. 3: b> Burke. I: by Ragon.
1. Hit by pitcher?By Kerry. 1 (Sehardt >. I
Time of same. 1:16. Umpires, Rtgler and 1
Flnneran.
CHALMERS IS INVINCIBLE 1
St. Louis. Mo. July 23.? With Chal?
mers pitching invincible ball. Philadel?
phia to-day shut out St. Louis 2 to 0.
The locals' lone hit came In the second,
when Oakes bounced a single off Chal?
mers's' shins. Luderus's butting fea?
tured, getting three hits In fovir at?
tempts and scoriiiK both the visitors'
runs. The score:
St. Louie. Philadelphia,
a li H 0 a E a B H o a E i
Hueuir.f -'b 4 0 15 0 Knabe. 2I>. 4 2 13 0
HauHr. is. 4 0 : :: 0 paskert. cf 5 2 3 0 0
Ellis. K.... 2 0 4 0 ] Lobert, 3b. 3 ? 0 1 0
Konet'y, IbS OH 1 OLud'us. lh. 4 3 12 0 o
Evans, it.. 1 0 (i 0 0 Walsh. If. 3 0 3 0 0
Smith, 3b... 3 v 1 4 0 Beck. rf... 4 0 10 0
Onlt.t, if . 3 1 2 (J ODOOlan, s?. 4 3 1 3 0
B1I*>?. c. 3 0 3 0 0 Doom. c... 4 2*10
Steele, p.. .. 3 0 3 1 0 i.'hal'ers, p 4 0 0 1 0
Totals ...27 1 27 1? 1 Totslv ...37 12 27 3 0
Score by inning*.-, n. |
Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 0 I 0 1 0?2 |
St. Louis. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Summary: Huns?Luderus (2). Sacrifice!
? ? v. ? '> ::.:? play?Smith to HuKfflns
to Konttchy. stolen bases?Evans. Dooln. i
; ?? 01 bases?Philadelphia. 10; St. Louis. 3. j
First I li oil balls?Off Steele. 1; off Chainl?
et* J. .-??a. k out*-By Steele. 2: by Chalm?
ers 'I tn.- <A trame. 1 Umpires. O'Day
and Emilie,
ROAD FUND GAINS
PORTER!
Further efforts will be made to-day
to raise the 110,000 necessary to com?
plete the highways from Richmond to j
Old Point and from Gordonsvllle to
.':; hmond, when the committee having1!
the w..rk in charge will continue Its '
rounds of the people of Richmond seek- '
inK aid. Success iatirer measure'
than was at r..?t anticipated Is bein?
met on nil hinds, and It is believed
by K. C. Pelouze, Jr.. chairman of the
committee, that at the end of the
three-day campaign now in progress
the entire sum will have been secure'!.
Following are the subscriptions so far
reported:
?Previously reported. .84,691.00 I
P. W. Hessburg. .'..00
Jones R.-os. Co. r, 00 '
A. T. Pulliam. :..(>(i
Abrains Paint and Class Co.. ;..0A '
James McGraw . 5.00!
The Brlstow-Worsham Co.... s.oo,
John II Rose & Co. 5.00
Mrs Julius Bear.. .. 5.00
Phil C. Kelly Co. 10.00
Robert Loeky. Jr. 5.00;
$4.74ftt.OO
EASTERN LEAGUE
jAji Toronto. Baltimore. ?,; Toronto,
At Buffalo Providence. Jj Buffalo. 4
At Montreal: First gam*?Jersey
V" -' Montreal :> Second game
Jersey ? ity. 1. Monreal, fi.
I Al Rochoater Fust gome?Newark,
' - . Rochester, 3. Second game?New
1 )*/?*. li JtotfMtMr,
Mere Is Your
Summer Trip!
Through the
Yellowstone Park, the Rockies, Cascades, Olympics,
Puget Sound, North Pacific Coast and Columbia
River regions. Pleasure, profit and physical bene?
fit, all combined.
Low Fares
oil summer?Special Reductions on certain dates. Eight
Daily Electric-Lighted Transcontinental Flyers east und
west over the Scenic Highwuy through the Lond of Fortune.
Dining Cars on all. serving meals famously good.
Route of the de luie " North Coast Limited." Dally
through trains both from Chicago and St. Louis, via Bur?
lington-Northern Pacific line*. Only line to Gardiner
Gateway. Through Park Sleeping Cars daily during season.
Let me give you our free illustrated booklets and tell you
about the fares and service.
P. W. PITMMTLL. Dls t Pass'r Afrent,
71! Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
Northern Pacific Ry
1% -j
DAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES
results yesterday
NATIONAL.
Brooklyn, 1 Plttsburg. 7.
New York, 2: Cincinnati.
Philadelphia, 2; St Louis,
Boston-Chicago, rain.
AMERICAN.
Detroit. 5; Washington. 2.
St. Louis, 2. New York, 3.
Chicago, 1; Boston. 4.
Cleveland. 1, Philadelphia, 3 (first
game).
Cleveland. 4: Philadelphia. 8 (second
game).
standing of the clubs
Clubs. Won.
Chicago. 51
Philadelphia .. 53
New York. 52
St. Louis. SO
Plttsburg. 4'.t
Cincinnati .... 36
Brooklyn . 31
Boston. 20
Lost.
31
34
06
P.C
.622
.609
.605
.570
42 1
.361,
Last
Year.
.481
.447
.563
.518
.103
.368
Won.
60
Clubs.
Detroit . .
Philadelphia . . 66
New York. 4 6
Chicago. 4 4
Cleveland . 47
Boston . 4 5
Washington ... 30
St. Louis. 25
PC
.682
.641
Last
Year.
.634
.400
.450
.419
.30ft
where they play to-day
Boston at Chicago. | Cleveland at Philadelphia
New York at Cincinnati. St. Louis at New York.
Philadelphia at St. Louis. Detroit at Washington.
Brooklyn at Plttsburg. | Chicago at Boston.
BID RECEIVED
FOR FRANCHISE
Washington Man Wants Ports?
mouth Club in Tidewater
League?May Get Tt.
[Special to The Times-tHspatch.J
Norfolk. Va.. July 25.?At a meeting
of the director* of the Tidewater
League, held yesterday afternoon in the
ofllee. of President William Hannan.
Jr. Dickson Building, an application
for the Portsmouth franchise was re?
ceived from R. W. Rogers, of Wash
in gl on, D. C
The application was received by Vlce
Presldent I. T. Van Patten, of Ports?
mouth, and the writer stated thnt he
was anxious to take over the Ports?
mouth franchise and was sure that he
could put a winning team in the Pirate
City. The application was placed be?
fore tlie meeting and the proposition
was received with favor.
Mr. Hannan and Mr. Van Patten were
appointed as a committee to got in
touch with Mr Hegers and invite him
to come to Norfolk a* once in regard
to the matter. It is understood that
If he can place u club in Portsmouth
by next Monday he will be given th??
franchise and will receive the support
of the Portsmouth business men.
If tlie pr 'posed deal goes through If
will mean (hat the Tidewater League
will continue on a six-club basis nud
the only change will bo the Norfolk
c!ul> to Hampton Mr. Hannan stated
yesterday that this matter was about
settled.
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The
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Car
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With the three factors?Quality.
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IASTE DEFEAI
Revitalized Red Sox Trounce
Buschmen With Ease and
Dispatch.
ISpectal to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Danville, Va., July 25,?Danville had
little trouble In defeating Petersburg
here this afternoon, winning out 7 to
2. which makes seven won out of the
last eight played.
McCarthy, the new outfielder, played
in left Held, and put up a nice game
for the locals. May berry and Hamil?
ton were the opposing ".wlrlers. May
berry pitched a tine game anil had a
good day with the 3tlck.
While Hamilton was not In his usual
form, his teammates gave him ragged
support
The visitors scored in the Initial in?
ning, but the locals took the lead in
the third, arid In the tifth the Ited Sox
won the game when the visitors went
to pieces, allowing four runs to crof-s.
Petersburg scored last In the sixth,
and .-anvllle added another In the
seventh. Score:
Petersburg.
AB. It. H. O. A. E.
; Booe. If . 4 I 1 2 1 0
i Busch, ss . 3 1 2 3 2 0
' Anthony, cf . 4 0 2 2 0 0
1 Simmons, 3b . 4 0 o 2 ft l
i Kellher. 1!. 4 0 o 9 o 1
{Selvage, 2b . 3 o 0 1 2 o
I Spencer, rf . 3 o 2 o o o
Mace, e . 3 ft 0 :> S ft
! Hamilton, p . 3 ft 0 ft 3 0
Totals .31 2 7 21 11 2
Danville.
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
.Morgan, ss . 2 0 3 3 2 0
] Kaufman, rf . 4 1 1 1 ft '>
Schr?der, lb ...5 1 1 4 2 0
Jackson, cf . 4 2 3 2 1 ' 0
drittln. 3b . 2 1 ft ft l ft
Laughlln, e . 2 ft l 6 4 o
Cooper. 2b .e?... S 0 2 fi ft 1
McCarthy, If .. 4 0 ft 3 0 0
Mayberry, p . 3 2 2 2 0 o
Totals . 29 7 11 27 10 1
Score by Inning.?*: R.
Danville .0020 4 010*?7
Petersburg .1 0 0 ft 0 1 0 0 0?2
! Summary: Stoleji base?Morgan. Sac?
rifice hits?Morgan, Laughlln, Cooper.
Two base hits?Cooper (2). Mayberry.
Three base hit?Anthony. Double,
plays?Jackson to Laughlln; Selvage
to Kellher to Simmons to Mace. Left
on base.-?Petersburg. 3; Danville, .
Bases o.v balls, off Hamilton. 5; off
Mayberry, 1 Struck out?by Hamil?
ton. I; by Mayberry, ".. Hit by pitched
ball?by Hamilton, 1 (Griffin,. First
base on errors?Petersburg, I; Dan?
ville, 2. Passed hall?Mace Wild
pitch?Hamilton. Time of game, 1:50.
Umpire, Flynn, Attendance. 550.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Jacksonville: Jacksonville. 0; Ma
con. 4.
At Columbia: Columbia. 9; Charles
I ton. 3.
At Augusta: Augusta. 4; Savannah. 6.
At Columbus: Columbus, 5; Albany,
15 (twelve innings, called, darkness).
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
At Grf er>ville: First gam*?ISreen*
vino. 1: Wlnston-Salem. 9. Second
gume-? Greenville, 0; Winston-So lorn, _\
At Spurt.-.nburg: Andcrsm, 17. Siis'r
tanburg, i.
At Green"boro: Groenahom, 3. Char?
iot to. 2.
Sweeper II. Wlim Sinke*..
Goodwood,. England. July 25.?The
Richmond Stakes, of i>;> . sovereigns
tach. with 500 sovereigns added, for
two-year-olds, distance six furlongs,
run here to-day, was won by H. B.
Duryea's Sweeper It. Charml'in was
stcond: Charles Carroll's Melody third.
XAjui e w ere sks ataitcrs.
LEAGUE LEADERS
KNOCK GRAY OUT
Hughes Goes In for Washington,
but Game Is Already
Lost.
EASY VICTORY FOR DETROIT
Nationals Fail to Find Mullin
With Men on
Bases.
Washington. D. C. July 25.?Detroit
baited Gray out of the box iu tho sec?
ond inning to-day and defeated Wash?
ington handily, 5 to 2. Hughes pitched
well In tho lust seven innings, but the
locals could not hit Mullin with men
on the bases. Score:
Washington. Detroit.
All 11 O A LI AB H O A E
Milan, cf... 4 2(1 ODrakt, It.- 1 1 0 0 0
Seha'fer, lb l o 7 i o Jones, if.. 4 12 19
Blb'feld, Ibl I 1 1 0 Mueh. es... S 2 3 5 0
Lellvelt, rf. 4 2 a 0 OCnbb. of... 6 2 3 0 0
C. Walker*. 4 12 11 Craw'd, rf 4 0 0 0 0
M'Brlde, ss 4 2 1 3 ODole'ty, lb 3 2 8 0 0
Cenroy, lb. 4001 OMor'lty, 2i> 3 1110
Ainsinlth. c 4 3 ? 2 3 O'Le'ry, lit 4 0 3 3 u
Oray, p_OOl'O 0 sianagc. c 4 1 a 0 0
Hughes, p.. 3 0 2 0 u.Mullin, p.. 4 1 0 0 0
Henryl .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...15 1127 11 4 Total? .. 20 II 27 * 0
?C. Walker, left field.
? Batted for Hughes In ninth.
Score by innings: It.
Washington .0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0?2
Detroit .2 2000100?-6
Summary: Runs? Milan. Ainsinlth, Jones.
Bush. Cobb, Dclehanty. Mullin. Two-bos?
hits?Mullin, Bush. T!-.rce-base, hin?Milan,
Ainsmnh. Sacrifice hit?Morlarlty. Sacri?
fice flies?Detohar.ty. Mllun. Stolen bases?
Cobb 12?, Crawford. Double play?Bush lo
O'Leary to Dclehanty. Left on bases? De
, trolt. 7; Washington, ?. First base on er
I ror?Detroit. :. Bits?Off Gray. 4 in 1 1-3 in
I ntngs; off Hughes. 7 in 7 2-3 innings. First
ba?e on balls?Off Grsy. 1; oft Mullin, L
j Struck out?By Hughes. 2: by Mullin. 5.
Tlttie of game. 2 hours. Umpires, Evans
.: ? 1 Parker.
BOSTON BUNCHES HITS
Boston. Mass.. July 26.?Boston, by
bunching hits with an error, scored
three runs In the first Inning and won
I from Chicago to-day, 4 to 1. Collins
' pitched a masterly game. Score:
Chicago. Boston.
AB H O A E AB IIOAH
M'Infre. rf 3 1 0 1 0 Hooper, rf 4 1 1 o 0
Lord. 3b.... 4 2 10 OGard'r, 3b. 4 0 1 4 0
Cal'han, If. 4 I O 0 ?Speaker, cf 4 2 10 0
Bodlc. cf... 4 0 0 0 uKngle, lb.. 3 2 4 r 0
M Con'll. :b 4 1 0 2 0 Wagner, tb) 1 I 10
J, Collins*. 4 0 13 0 lr-ar'gon. c4 lit 1 0
Tan-hill, ss 3 2 2 5 1 Wilson. If. 2 0 1 0 3
Sullivan, e. 1 0 7 I 0 Verkes. ss. 4 0 2 3 *
Payne, c... 0 0 1 0 0 R. Collins: 4 C 0 0 0
I.ange. p... 3 0 C ! 0
Ztlderl .... 1 0 0 0 0 /
Totals ...22 7 14 12 > Totals ...22 iniO 0|
?J. Collins, first base.
?Batted for Sullivan In eighth.
tR. Collins, pitcher.
Score by timings: R.
Boston .3 0 0 9 0 0 10 '?4
Chicago .00000000 '.?1
Summary: Runs?Hooper. Gardnor. Engl*.
Speaker. Lord, Two-base hits?Wagner, Kn
gle. Speaker. Three-t,?sc hit ?Sp-aker. Home
run ?Hooper. Sacrifice hit?Wilson. Pto!<?n
bases?Engte, Lord. Double play?Terkea to '
Wagner t,> Engle. Left on basef ? Boson, S; '
Chlcsgo. I. Klrst bas? on error?Boston, L
Pint bus,- on balls?Off Collins. I; off Lange,
S. Struck out?By Collins. 10; by Lange, t
Time of gam.-. 1:41 Umpires, Dlneen snd |
O'Loughltn.
ATHLETICS WIN TWO
Philadelphia, Pa.. July 25.?Philadel?
phia won both games of to-day's dou
ble-header from Cleveland, the score?
being 3 to 1 and 8 to 4. Be nder was I
very effective In the first game, while'
In the .second the home team knocked |
Mitchell ofT the rubber In the fifth In?
ning. Scores:
FIRST OA ME.
Cleveland. rblladrliihln.
AB 11 O A E AII IfO A E
Oraney, If.. 1110 u Lord. If.. . 4 2 4 0 0
Olson, as... 2 0 110 Oklrlng. cf 3 0 2 0 0
Jackson, rf 4 1 1 0 1 Collins. 2b. 3 0 1 2 0
Stovall, lb. 4 1 10 0 1 Baker. 3b. 4 2 1 2 0
Blr'ham, of 3 1 3 0 oBarry. ss.. 30120
Ball. 2b.... 3 0 2 4 1 Murphy, rf 4 3 0 I 0
Tamer. 2b 2 0 1 4 0 M'lnnlo. lb 3 0 12 0 0
Fisher, c... 3 15 1 0 Thomas. c2 1 6 0 0
Krapp, p... 3 0 0 3 (1 Render, p. 3 0 0 5 0
Easterly*_I 0 0 0 0
Totals ...20 S 24 13 3 Totals ...JJ 2 27 13 0
'Batted for Olson In ninth.
i-core by innings: R.
Cleveland .0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0?1
Philadelphia .0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 *-2
Summary: Runs?Jackson. Lord. Barry.
Murphy. Two-base hits?Fisher, Murphy.
Ssi rlflce lilt?Olson. Stolen bases?Lord mid
Baker. Double piny?Bail to stovall. Left
on bases?Cleveland; 3: Philadelphia.6. First]
bnsc on error?Philadelphia, 1. First base !
oh balls?Off Kr epp. I. Struck out?By Ben- |
der, 6: by Krapp. 2. Time of g:,me. 1:35.
Umpires, Egan and Con.,o:iy.
SECOND GAME.
Cleveland. Philadelphia.
AB H O A B AB H O A E
Qrsney. If 5 3 0 1 O Lord. If.... 4 2 2 .0 0
Olson, ss... 4 15 1 0 OleLrlng. of 6 2 5 0 0
Jackson, rf 2 l l 0 0Collins. 2b. 4 3 3 S 1
Stovall. lb. 4 16 2 OUake-r. 3b. 3 1 2 1 1
Blr'ham, cf 2 0 l 0 OBarry. ss.. 4 13 4 0
Butcher, cf 2 l 0 0 0 Murphy, rf 3 1 10 1
Ball. 2b.... 12 3 1 tV M'lnnta) lb 1 2 ? 1 2
Turner, 3b. 4 0 4 3 0 l,app. c... 3 14 2 0
Sinllh, c.. . 4 1 3 2 0 Coombs, pi | 1 1 I
Mitchell, p 2 0 0 1 0
Kaler. p.... 2 0.130
Totals ...26 10 24 !.". 0 Totals .. 33 15 27 12 &
Se-ore by innings: R.
Cleveland .0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0?4
Philadelphia .1 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 ??s
Summary: Rnns-Graney (2), Jackson,
Ste.vall. Lord, Oldrlng. Barry. Murphy. Mc
Innis 12?. T.hpp. Coombs. Two-base hlls?
Oraney (2). Stovall. Butcher. Lord, Biker,
Mclnnls. Three-hnse hit?i"o(imh?. Sacrifice
hits?Melnnli, Lapp. Sne-rlflc-e files-Olson,
Stovall. Baker. Stolen base?Barry. Double
play?Collins to Barry to Mclnnir. Left on
bases?Cleveland, T>; Philadelphia. 7. First
base em errors?Cleveland. 1. Bits?Off
Mlf-hell. 13 In 4 2-3 innings; off Kalor. 2 In
3 1-3 Innings. First base on balls?Off
Mitchell. 2: off CoomhB. 2. Struck out?By
Milche!!. 2. by K iler, I; by Coombs. 3. Hit
hv pitcher -Uv Kaler. 1 (Collins! Pnf-sed
ball?Smith. Time of game, 1:55. Umpires,
Bgsn mid Connolly.
YANKEES DEFEAT BROWNS
Now York, Juiy 25.?Johnson's home
run In the eighth won for the Yankees
a hard-fought game from the St. Louts
Browns to-day, tho score being 8 to
Two hits, a pass and a stolen base in
the sixth brought In St. Louis's two
runs. Chase made a spectacular dou?
ble play In the eighth by stopping n
high liner barehanded. Score:
St. LoolS. Neu- York.
AB H O A E AB H O A E
Shotton, if 4 0 ti 1 0 Daniels, cf 2 0 1 0 0
Austin, Sb? 4 112 0 Wolter, rf. 4 2 2 0 0
Soh'ltzer, rf i 0 0 1 0 Hnrt'll. 3b 4 0 0 0 o
I.aporte, 2b 3 "0 2 3 oC'rco. If.... 4 2 1 a 0
Hogan, If.. 3 0 2 1 0 Knight, ss 3 0 5 4
Stephens, c 3 0 2 1 OChase. lb.. 4 ill 1
Black, lb.. 2 18 1 OJohns'n. 2b 2 ? 1 2
Wallace , ss 3 1 3 3 0Sweeney, <? 4 I r>
Mitchell, p 2 0 0 2 1 Qulnn. p.. 2 0 0 2
Hnmphlil* 1 0 fl 0
v i'nid'ell. p 1 1 r, 0
Totals ...2''. 3 21 1f. 1 Total? ..3! 0 27 13
?Bait,-d fur ejulnn In sixth.
Score; by Innings: T
Sf. Loiil?.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0?2
Now York.0 0 0 0 I I 0 1 ?-.
Summary: Ruht?Shotton, Black, Wolter,
LP-tW-S? iIoL'S.11.0-0-. Two^baap h^-^Jj>Jiuaon,
Oialxxiers
X**/ MOTOR CARS
klCHMOND. VIRGINIA
aasa
Chase, Ctldwell. Three-base hit?Wolter.
Homo run? Johnson. Sacrifice hit?Johnson.
I Stolen basea?Shotton, niack. Double plays-.
I Johnson to Knight to Chase; Chase u?
Knight. Left on bases?New York. 10; St,
I Louis. 1. First boeo on error?New York. L
; Hits?Off Qulnn. S In * Innings; off CaldWelL.
0 in S Innings. First base on balls-Off
1 qulnn. 3; off Caldwclt. 2; off .Mitchell. 4.
I Struck out?By Qulnn. Ij by Caidwell. 3; by
Mitchell. 1. Hit by pitcher?Mitchell. I
! (Daniels). Tim.) of game, 1:6S. Umpires-,
I Perrlne and Mullln.
WINSTON LOSES
10 CALIFORNIA^
Lake Forest. 111.. July 25.?Ruin,
I which started to fall shortly after 5
! o'clock, called a halt to play In the
i Western tennis tournament at the On
I wentsla Club this afternoon, after
' most of the matches in the second
round of the men's singles and the first
round of the men's doubles hud beert
completed.
, The. feature match of the day ins
that between Maurice McLoughlin, of
Hun Francisco, and Jarnos H. Winston,
of Norfolk. Va., the Callfornlnn win?
ning after a hard struggle, 6-3.
MANASSAS SHOW
WILL OPEN TO-OAY
Management Expects One o?
Best Exhibitions Ever
Held.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Manaesas. Va., July 25.?The anvctv.
teenth annual exhibition of the Mana-h
sas Horse Show will be held on the
cpmpany'8 beautiful grounds, one mile
from Mnnas3as, beginning to-morrow
and lasting through Thursday.
The management la looking for ona
of the best shows In the history of tho
organization. Among the exhibitor*
will ho Thomas Dones, Washington. IV
C.; Bowles Brothers, Millwood; Mr. and
Mrs. James Blrkett. Alexandria; W. H.
Bullock. Manassas; D. P. DeButts, Mar?
shall; Mr. and Mrs. John U. Detrick.
Dumfries: Colonel George Dunn. Lc*
Hechlnger, Miss Martha Hazard, Mclvln
C. Unzen, N. B. Shumate. lames V.
Yntes and R. J. Sellman. Washington,
D. C.; Miss Ainy Du Pont. Wilmington.
Del ; Mrs. Allen Potts. Gordonsvltie; K.
L. Redmoh and Russell Johnson. Mid
dleburg; Dr. B. Lester Jones. Culpepcr,
an'l Julien Keith and Herman F-. 1*11
inaii. Warrcnton.
Four races will be run on Wednesd I y
and three on Thursday. The oIllcerH of
the association are as follows; N. T.
Dupaw, president; W. A. Buckley, first
vice-president; J. W. Prescott. second
vice-president; James Birkctt, third
vice-president; G. Rayrao.nl Ratcliffe,
treasurer: D. J. Arrlngton, manager;
Thomas H; Lion, secretary; James 13,
Nelson, assistant secretary, and C; J.
Meetce, assistant manager.
Tidewater League
Standing ot tbc Clubs.
W. L P. C.
Suffolk . 13 4 .765
BlU?beth"Clty . 7 6 .538
Norfolk . 8 'J .4 71
Newport News . 8 3 .4 71
Old Point . 7 9 .438
Portsmouth . 4 10 ,284
\ Errors Expensive.
ISpec ial to The Times-Dispatch ]
S .!foik. Vs., July 25.?Notwithstand?
ing Suffolk made three home r.tms,
Newport News won by bunching hits
in the ninth, when Sweeney weakened.
Suffolk's errors were expensive.
Score by Innings: R. II E.
Newport News. .00 0 0 0 2 0 1 Z?6 8 1
Suffolk _.....0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2?6 S 4
Batteries: Wallace. Gundorson and
Collahan; Sweeney and Klock.
Knar for Norfolk.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Hampton, Va.i July 25.?Old Point
never had a look-in for the game this
afternoon, and the Norfolk Rookies
won by the count of 9 to 1. White and
hi? entire team Mew up In the sev?
enth, and the visitors In this round
hammered out six runs. HogUe pitched
conservative ball from start to finish;
Score by innings: IL
Old Point .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0?1
Norfolk .20100060 0?9
Batteries: Old Point, White and
Dean Norfolk. Hogue. Lucia and
Hudglns. Fmplre. Doykins.
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One car. Two stops. Ready lor all
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