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Three Straight for Roanoke
Keeps Champs Safely
in Last Place.
Danville, Va.. August 0.?Roanoke
madc It three straights from the
Champs by taking the game this af?
ternoon from the locals, 6 to 4. push?
ing two men across In the ninth In?
ning. The locals made a hard try In
their half of the ninth, but the best
they could do was one run. It was
I'erryman against Hull, and the form?
er lost the game, owing to base." on
Danville started off like a winner
scoring two runs In the llrst. but drop?
ped behind In the fourth and fifth,
when Roanoke made three runs, and
the was never able to overcome the
lead though thr; box tied the score In
the sixth. The locals did not play
with the vim that Roanoke did, and
thereby hangs the tale.
The acore?
A.B. R
Olnn, cf. 4 1
Shaughnossy, rf. 3 1
Pressly, lb. 4 2
M< Cauley, 3b. 4 1
fS. Cooper, c. 4 0
Tltman. If . 4 6
Shields. 2A>. 4 0
Sefalu, sh. 3 o
Hall, p. .1 0
Totals .33 f>
. H O. A. E.
2 10 0
13 11
1 12 0 0
2 110
16 2 0
10 0 0
0 0 4 1
0 4 2 1
10 2 1
0 27 12 1
A B. R. H. O. A. E.
Bowen. 2b. 4 1 1 2 2 1
Kaufman. If. 4 1 0 5 1 ?
Schr?der, lb. 4 1 3 9 0 0
Jackson, cf. 4 0 0 1 1 0
S. Griffin. 2b. 4 0 0 0 1 2
3. Cooper. 3b. 4 1 2 > 4 1
lioyne. rf.4 0 3 0 0 0
Mace, e. 1 0 1 3 0 0
Hudglns. c. 3 0 1 4 2 0
perry man, p. 2 0 a a l n
?Mayberry . 1 a 0 0 0 n
Totals .36 4 11 27 12 4
?Batter for Pcrryman In ninth
Score by Innings: R.
Danville . 2 0 n n 0 1 0 0 1?4
P.oanok*- .0 00 2 1 0 0 0 2?r,
Summary: Stolen bases?BhaUgh
riessy (2), Fefalu (2), Tltman. Schr?d?
er J. Cooper Sacrifice hits?Ginn
Shaughneasy. Tltman. Pcrryman. Two
bat hits?Shuughnessy. McCauley,
Ginn, Bowen. Mace. Three-base hits ?
i ressly. Double plays?Cefalu to
Pressley. Shauphnessy to Cefalu Left
on bases?Roanoke. 10; Danville. f>.
Rage on balla?By Pcrryman, 5
(Shaugenossy. Pressly. McCauley, G.
Cooper, Cefalu). Struck out?By Per
ryman. S; by Hall, 5. First base on
errors?Roanoke. 2. Danville. 2. Time.
2:05. Umpire. Render. Attendance 300.
At St. Paul: St Puul. 2; Milwaukee. 0.
At Columbus: Columbus, 6: Indian?
apolis. 2.
At Minneapolis: Minneapolis, 7. Kan
Sns City. 6.
At Toledo: Toledo, 4: Louisville. 2.
At Morris town: Morristown. f.; Asbc
vllle, 1.
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Pertinent Comment
Back home to-day after our r,ear
trlumi>hal march upon Lynchburg.
Though thwarted in our desire to get
rid of at least four games In the se?
ries?there were just that number
played ? wo nevertheless hold our
heads high, for we are secure In the
knowledge that we did the best we
could. We won a game, but why
blame us for that. Slattern-Jawed
Philanthropie Stark Is the ono at
fault. He made us a present out of
the goodness of his heart, snd It was
ns much a surprise to us as it was to
any one else But we are home again
?home to carry on the warfare, and if
link be with us and the Goobt-.rs
hruckrnlllerize enough of the games,
and the Bed Sox <jult being so peevl?h
about their honored position" where
tlicy can get a most excellent view
of the procession as jt passea by, we
will yet achieve the glorious end
which Is our goal.
Two games were played In Lynch
burg, and the first came our way by
virtue of the gra,clousness of the S. P.
Starke referred to above. He was
guilty of a wild heave or two, which
more than offset the surplus number
of blngles which Dutch Hevelle al?
lowed S. P.'s fellow-players. Dutch
horseshoed his way through so nicely
I In the first that Manager Cowan
; thought he might have something In
his hip pocket; a rabbits loot or
something equally as potent, and sent
j him back to bring home the last,
j By this time, however, the Shocmak
| era had been fully advised of all that
. l>,:tch bad In the s?hop and really on
i tlcipated what he was going to serve,
i while Bruck allowed the Colts to eke
out the thlnfi which the doughnut
.There was nothing of peculiar Inter-j
e'st in either o fthe games. Aside from
the surprising announcement that
Richmond won a game, tht wire's
! buzzing was as monotonous as of yore. |
j Hanks or Hogue will probably start
J against Busch, and he will doubtless
use .Hamilton or Hanslfan.
_ i
j An Ingenious young person who had
t much time on his hunds managed to
' saw off the following chunk working
I up an appetite for breakfast. With
reservations we commend it tu your
tender mercy. This is how It Jerks:
The Fun?' Lament.
We that go out. day by day,
Read the dope and watch the play.
Raise our pipes nl this sad song,
Something's rotten, something's
And the universe Is gone to smash, j
What's the use of going out,
If we cannot get the clout.
If we alt and watch them drown.
I Three men on and one man down,
And the universe all gone to smash.
Take the men and stack them up.
Fit to win a challenge cup!
Martin, Dobson, Prlost ami all.
Play the game and play good ball,
But the universe still goes to Bmash.
Mac and Mattls in the garden.
Need of no man ask a pardon.
Then there's Scrap Iron, on whose |
' brow
Weight of worlds is brooding now. |
But the universe still goes to smash, j
Wallace still can catch a fly,
Rtill has got his batting eye,
But each day it looKa the same.
If we play, we lose the game.
And the universe still goes to 1
Mr. Bradley, hear our plea,
I Give us baseball fit to see
Ere tho last- fopd fan's disgusted.
Ere the management is busted,
And the universe clean gone to
j Plttsburg Is now In the lead in the
I National League. Despite the fact that
the Pirates are going strong, no less 1
a person than Edward I.yon, just re- |
turned from looking them over, de- j
elnres that the Cubs will be first tin- j
der the wire, and he is backed In his
opinion by no less a person than Er?
nest J. Lannigan. than whom no mnn
Is better qualified to Judge. Univer?
sally the Mackmen are selected for
first honors in the American, especially
In view of the fact that the Tigers are
j now playing minus their captain, Mo
| rlnrlty being out of tho game because
I of a spike wound. Cobh Is known to
i bo slek. and should he collapse In the
! near future. It will not be surprising
j to see Detroit drop even lower than
j second place.
Robert Fnnlngton, or Fnrmln^ton.
or Farrington?his chlrography Is not
good?declares that he wants to meet
any 150-pound mat artist In the State
of Virginia. Ho has several victories
to his credit, and can be found at 8012
Taylor Street.
A meeting of the Cardinals team In
the Central League, has been called
for to-night at 8:30 o'clock. The meet?
ing, is to be held at 200 West Broad
Street, and all of the members of tho
team are requested to attend, as sev?
eral matters of importance will be
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ClassesWell Filled and Animals Perform Uniform,
ly Good?Darkness Comes Before Decisions
Reached?Jullian Morris Scores Heavi?
ly in General Classes.
Charlottesville, Va.. August ?.?The,
first, day of the eleventh annual ex- I
hlbltlon of the Alhemarle Horse Show
Association brought out some of the
best horses ever seen In a Virginia
show ring, according to competent
judges Twenty-three classes were
shown, and competition was so close
that it was dark when the ribbons
were pinned On the winners In the
final event.
There were twenty contestants In
the Corinthian class, and six clean per?
formances. First money went to Al
gotna. a winner at Madison Square
Garden last full, and conceded to be
the best hunter In America. Another
RUnhelin Farm entry to capture a
blue was Paradox, In the class for
thoroughbred hunters
The silver plate presented by .T. An?
derson Chisholm. president of the
Alhemarle Association to the ladles'
best harness horse, was captured by
Alexandria, a fine type of harness
horse, full of class and manners. Ga?
ronne, a superb type of ladles' mare,
was second In this event. Miss Amy
K. Dupont. of Wilmington, had an?
other consistent performer In Lady
Cemblo, who won the blue In the
novice harness class and that for har?
ness horses 151-2 hands or over.
Julian Morris scored heavily with
David Gray and Keswlck, winners at
Olympic show. In London, while his
hay gelding. Confidante, won blues lit
the combination saddle and harness
and gentleman's park hack classes. \
The half-dozen cavalry?horses from
Fort Meyer, exhibited at Olympin. I
London, were not at their best to-day. i
The chestnut gelding Poppy, ridden 1
by Lieutenant Adna Chaffee. curried
off the blue In the class for green
hu liters.
Mrs. Allen Potts won first money in I
sporting tandem class, with Pretty
Maid at the wheel. David Gray and ]
Mate were second. i
The two entries In the four-ln-hand
class gave such a superb performance
that the judges divided the purse, and '?
pave each a blue ribbon.
Lee Hechlnger's tenm was conceded
to be the be.-t park four-ln-hand. and
R. L. Thomas'? a splendid road four
Intense heat cut down the attend?
ance. The Judges were Or. R. lister
Jones, of Culpept-r: Charles R, llooff.
of Laurel. Md., and Harry W. Fprat
ley. of Klberon. Vn.
Captain McCoy, 1'nited Stales Army,
will Judge the chnrger class to-mor?
row. Summaries:
Coach colts, two years old and un?
der?First, colt. P. .1. Robinson and
f'.on. Chnrlottesvllle; second. Moon*
light. l>awrence Humphries. Char
Hackney colts, two years old and
tinder?First. Tretty Boy, W. B. Bul?
lock, Manassas; second. Balblnus.
Buckeyeland Stock Farm.
Galted saddle horses?First, Black
Beauty, W. Euitene Graves. CharlottS
vllle: second. He.-ret. George W. White.
Bed Hill; third. Tatnall. !,. Marsh
Walker, ivy Depot; fourth. Mltthhall.
L Marsh Walker.
Alhemarle roadsters?First, Raster
Lily. K. J. Ward, Chariot tesvtlle:
second, Scotch I/id, A. W. Rhodes,
Charlottesvlllo; third. Carlton, Mrs
Hollls Rinehart, Rirdwond; fourth,
Major Bill. Gordon C. Nelson. Chnr?
Infnnt Jumping class, best perform?
ance over Jumps not to exceed three
nnd one-half feel?First. Megan tic,
Lewis Garth, Chnrlottesvllle; second.
Tncknhoe. Fred W. Scott, Afton; third.
Aviator. James N\ Andrews. Gordons- j
ville; fourth. Maxlmus, Mrs. Allen
Potts. Gordonsvllle.
Pair hnrness horses?First, Alexnn- |
drla nnd Lady Clmbeo, Miss Amy R. i
Dupont, Wilmington. Del.; second, Miss |
Brighton and mr,.te, Lee Hechlngor, |
Washington; third, Wilton and Even?
ing News, -1- Anderson Otisheim,
Hackney stallions, three-year-olds
and over?First, imp, Hoaeham Gold- j
finder, W. B. Bullock, Manassas; sec?
ond, Night Hawk, Daniel It. Andrew's,
Charlottcsvllle; third, imp lion-ham ]
Admiral. W. B. Bullock; fourth, imp
Bossal, Esq.. W, B. Bullock.
Green hunters?First. Poppy, Bnited
Plates Government. Fort Meyer. Va.,
ridden by Lieutenant Adna Chnffce;
second. Borderland. Wilbur Oaborne.
Gordonsvltle; third. Megantic. Lewis
i Garth, Chariottesvllle; fourth. Turk.
! ahoe. Fred W. Scott (R. E. <"i.
1agent). Afton.
Novice harnes? class?First. l.r-.dv
Cemblo, Miss Amy E. Dnpont, Wtl
I mington, Del.: second, bay mate. Lee
! Hcchinger. Washington. D. C.; tlilnl.
j Buckeyeland's Pride, Buokeycland
Stock Farm, .T. Ft. Andrews, proprietor;
j fourth. Sultan's Signal, I.ee Hechinger,
j Washington.
Ponies In harness, over thirteen
hands, not exceeding 14-1-2?First,
Daffodil. Mrs. Allen Potts. Happy
Creek Farm, Gordonsvllle: second,
Queenie. Miss Helen Brnddlsh. Univer?
sity of Virginia; third. Dandy, Dnv'-.
& Wood, Charlottesvlile; fourth,
Drlvpony, Thomas H. Oliver, Moor
I mans River.
. Indies' green hunters, over Jumps
j not to exceed four feet?First, Aviator.
James N. Andrews. Somerset, second.
I Maxlmus. Mrs. Allen Potts: third.
Midway, Wilbur Osborno; fourth. Mill -
j wood. Julian Morris.
Combination harness and saddli
j horse?First. Confidante. Julian Mor
i rls: second. Martini. Mrs James N. An
l drews. Somerset: third. Silver King,
! Mrs Robert B. Crawford, Keswlck.
Thorouglihred hunters?First, Para.
I dox, Blenheim Farm.. Baltimore; s.-c
| ond, Gloversvllle, Julian Morris: third,
I Tucknhoe. Fred W. Scott. Richmond:
fourth. Yellowstone-Regent. United
States cavalry, Fort Meyer.
! Saddle ponies, thirteen hands and
under?First. Brigand, Mldloch Pony
Farm. Trevllllans; second. MerrylegS,
I Miss Lucy Day Martin. Charlottesvlile:
third. Tar baby, Thomas S. Martin. Jr :
I fourth, Black Beauty, Mldloch Pony
I Farm.
I Gentleman's park hack?First, Con?
fidante, Julian Morris: second. Mar
I tint. Mrs. Jame? X. Andrew?; third,
Silver King. Mrs. Robert B. Crawford.
I Keswlck; fourth. Enchantress, United
I States Cavalry. Fort -Meyer.
I Sporting tandem?First. Mrs. Allen
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Ample and commodious soundproof rooms and a service that
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-i.: Eilst llrnnd.
{'Otts, second, .lulliui Morris; third.
Blenheim Farm, Baltimore.
l'air roadsters?First. Cary and Carl*
ton, Mrs. llollls Rlnehart, Blrdwoou;
second, Lady Beverley und Lady Au?
gusta, Hai? & Taylor. Indianapolis;
third. Faster Lily and Christinas Day,
?. .1. Ward. Charlottesvlllo; fourth.
Sunshine and Sunlight, Hale & Taylor.
Hunting class?best pair over regu?
lation Jumps, abreast ? First. David
Cray and Keswlck, Julian Morris; sec?
ond, Pair. Blenheim Farm. Baltimore:
third. Oloversvllle atiYi Piedomnt,
Julian Morris; fourth, Quandary and
Enchantress, United States Cavalry.
Fort Meyer.
Harness horses. 1516 hands and over
?First. Ludy Cent bio, MIsh Amy E.
I Dupont. Wllmlngtoni Del.; second. Imp.
! Heacham Ooldflnder, w B, Bullock, j
i-Manassas: third, Grand Slain. Lee |
j Hechinger, Washington; fourth. Imp.
I Bossall. Esq., W. B. Bullock.
I Corinthian ela-V?horses ridden by
member <>f organlxed hunt club, in full
hunt colors ? 1'lrst. Algomn, Blenheim
I Farm, Baltimore; second, Keswlck,
I Julian Morris; third. The Virginian.
J James N. Andrews. Somerset; fourth.
I David Cray. Julian Morris.
Ladles' harness horses, driven by a
lady?First. Alexandria, Miss Amy E.
Dupont. Wilmington: second, Garonne,
I Buckeyeland Stock Farm; third. Wem?
bley King. Gerald J. O'Brien, Keswlck;
fourth. Mottle Chimes, Miss Amy E.
i ittpont.
Hunters and Jumpers, over Jumps
I not exceeding four feet?First, David
Gray, Julian Merrl?; second. Taconlte,
[Julian Morris; third. Cygnet. United
; States Cavalry. Fort Meyer; fourth.
..Irxtlne. Untied States Cavalry. Fort
I Meyer.
j Four-ln-hand?purse divided and
j bine ribbons given lo teams owned by
j Lee Hechlngpr, Washington, nnd R. I*
Thomas, Charlottesvllle,
Decline in Condition Is Trace?
able to Drought and In?
tense Heat.
I Washington, August 9.?A tremen- j
l dous decline in the condition of crops
generally throughout the country, and
traceable to drought ami intense heat,:
occurred during the last month, as In- j
[ dldated by official figures and esti?
mates made to-day in the monthly crop1
report of the Department of Agrloul-'
turo. The report to-day Is the worst, i
as to general crop conditions, that the '
department has issued for any single |
month since IDOL
The area most seriously affect od ex?
tends from New York und Pennsylva?
nia wustward to the Rocky Mountains,
embracing all of the great corn, wheat
and hay producing states In the c?un- i
try. In the Southern States, with the
exception of Virginia and North Caro- I
lina, ample rains served to maintain
j generally favorable conditions through?
out the*past month. These conditions I
' thus far continue to be favorable.
Conditions In the Pad lie Northwest
States are regarded as excellent, ill- i
though during July that territory suf?
fered from a brief but excessively hot 1
The figures contained In to-day's
report indicate a material slump In
the prospects of nil crops.
The totul production of the principal
CrOp? as Indicated by their condition
on August l is as follows:
I Crop. 101 I bus loin bus.
Corn .2,620,221,400 8,125,068,000 I
Winter wh't". 105,140,000 161,044,.i
Spring wheat. 200,615,000 231,300,1)00
All wheat ... 664,704.700 695,443,000'
Outs . S17.S00.O00 I.I26.76"> Olio
Barley . 139,352,400 162*227,000
It.ve* . :(0.t!77.f)00 33,039,000
Potatoes .... 2to.son.ooo 3311,811,000
Buckwheat ?. 14,498,000 17,239,000
Tobacco . 600,688,000 984,439,000
(pounds) (poundsi
Klaxsci'd - :'J.s'.M).ctMi ll.llrt duo
Bice . 2.*!,070,000 24,510.060
(pound.:i (pounds)
Hay . 49,129,000 60,978,000
(Ions) (tons i
?Preliminary estimates nf crop re?
porting hoard.
The figures for winter wheat In ;
Virginia and North and s.>,!?:??. Caro?
lina follow:
Winter wheat?
Statea, Yield. t|on, Quality.
Virginia . 12.0 9,652,000 92
North Carolina. 10,6 7.787,000 o:t
?South Carolina. II I 5,632,000 00
The ngures for corn in the same
States follow;
?State.. 1011. loin. Ave.
\ Irglnlu . 70 SO SO
North Carolina . 78 Ks v,t|
i South Carolina . SO so 93 I
At Charlotte; Charlotte, 4; Spartan
burg. 3.
At Greenville: Greenville. 2; Greens?
boro, 11.
At Wtnston-Salem: Wlnston-Salem,
7; Anderson, ? ?
.:tnn Hitter Released.
Tole.lo. O.. August !?.?Charlie Hlckman,
outfielder, who ha* been with the Toledo
team for thr'-.- years, was Riven hi* nncon
rlltlonal releaie tins afternoon by Owner
W t: Armour. RUkman'a legi have gono
; in htm. He hit over ..W thus far this
rear hill wai unable to rover any territory
in tho fteld.
Last Outing to
the Mountains
Norfolk and Western
Tuesday, August 15, 1911
I llonnoke .S.i.oo
Christiansburg .93.80
Bast Radford .13.7B
Marion .94.00
Special train will leave Richmond
I 11:00 A. M, on above date, running
! Through to Bristol
and stopping at Bedford, Montvale,
I nine Ridge and at all stations west of
i Iloanoke.
Return en Friday, August IS, 1911.
For full Information, apply to C. A.
j Overton, Jr.. City Passenger Agent, S38
Bast Main Street, or to
_I'i-'trl.-t l'.is.-ftiger Agent.
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The record of the Kellam Ho3pitatt
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122 S. Eighth St., - Richmond, V*
Out-of-town orders shinued ouicklv
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I t M it M DlltrcCTOIl AND
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Phones, MadUon 843, day; Uonro*
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