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FOR VIRGINIATEAM Line-Up Against William and Mary Will Be Almost Same as Last Week. Chariot tesvllle, Va.. September 29.? The soreness of the players, the con? tinued host, and the fact that n game Is scheduled for to-morrow with Wil? liam and Mary College, kept Virginia's football squad from engaging In any scrimmage to-day. Three elevens were, put through spirited signal pructice, and the men returned to tho gym? nasium half an hour earlier than usual. Coach Vanccy stated to-night that i.iK ltne-up to-morrow would be prac? tically the same as In last Saturday's; contest, with the exception that Good-j hue would replace Hulf Huck Jones,: who sustained a fracture of the shoul? der early In the Week. Parrel 1, tho' most promising candidate for full- ; batik, hud hi.* nose broken yesterday, but whs buck In harness to-day, pre-; pared to engage In scrimmage. He I will play to-morrow. Lurman, a line] candidate, lind Iiis collarbone broken, yesterday, and will 'be out of the gome j for the resi of the season. The first team lias as yet been given but five plays, but hopes to make a better showing against William and M rv tlur. <lbl last year's eleven, j Which coul<| register only two touch-i downs. A promising addition to the squad to-day was Cook, who matriculated | yesterday in the college department;] j I attended Andover last session, where he played 1,1 the backfleld. He was early on the Held lo-duy, and gave the best exhibition of drop kicking seen here in recent years. He landed a number of goals from the forty yard line with spparanl ease. Coming lust after the Injure to .lohe*, his ur- j rival t.? exceedingly timely. He weighsI . .?.U.I. ' I.Hau II... I... 11 ic, II Team Practiced Hard During' Week to Get in Condition for Game. Hampden-Sldney, September 29.? Hampden-Sldney's eleven, which will consist of Lewis, fullback; Blanton.j right half; Jones, lofi half; k. Saun -: tiers, quarter; Howling, centre; Walker, lett guard; Guthrie, light tackle; At? kinson. Oppcnhliner and Benedict, tackles; Payne, Willis and Arbuckle, ends, and C. SHinders, substitute back- ? field, left t<i-ili!.v to till the second Of its gridiron engagements with the strong V. P. I. eleviyn to-morrow, j Coach Cecil, not being exactly satis-: tied with the showing made against the University of Virginia, his alma, mater, on last Saturday, has been \ working the men exceedingly hui'd.! The squad, which has been greatly i strengthene,] m the last two days by ; the appearance of Cocke und McClung, I has been working very plucklly. Cocke! is a backfleld man. who played for! some time In Charleston, W. Va., at this, position. He is exceedingly fast and' full of fight, and although he lias only , attended three evAninga of practice,! he has been playing tine ball on the Beruh team. Mct.iung Is about six feet one Inch In height, ami weighs about IG? or ilia pounds. On account of his tardy entrance in college he hus only attended four evenings of practice. MuClung Is a sure tackier and fust. It Is the general belief In college that both these men will be used in sonic way in the games to come. A long- period whs t .ken up In line bucking, in which Coach Cecil's knowl? edge Is unsurpassed. During the four years of his service at Virginia he encountered every kind of man with nil kinds of tricks, and it is this knowledge gained through experience which he Is Imparting to his men. and which will count a great deal In the race for the cup. He then coached his ends on going down bn kicks. A twenty-live minute scrimmage, thoe closed the evening's practice. RETURN 10 GAME PI iladelphia, Pa.. September 29._ Reports that John Mclnnos, the. hard? hitting first baseman of the Philadel? phia Americans, would not be in the world i series becvise of a broken tootie In the wrist of his throwing arm, were set at rest to-day, when I?r Frank H. McFarland, the club phy? sician, stated that no bones were broken, and that Mclnnes win be all right in s week. Mclnnes was struck on the wrist by u pitched ball tn a game with Detroit. An X-ray photo? graph shows that small muscles and ligaments had been Injured. An en forced rest of a week will make Mc? lnnes :is good as ever. Plu, Off lie tinmr. lue Sid iv Stars, champions of the 1\-m Knd League, will fight it out with the Powhatans, champions oi the East End league. Ht Byrd Park to o.y. Bach team has won one game, nni! this game will decide the real Champions. Saiinderson will pitch for the Mars, while Powell will pitch for the Powhatans Spitz,-: ?111 umpire. Ford Motor Cars i One takes the place of three horses. "Ask your doctor." FORD AUTO CO., 1629 W. Broad St. WILL MEET LATER TO FIX SCHEDULE) National Commission Defers | Action on Champion? ship Series. Cincinnati, O.. September 29.- Owing to uncertainty ot ehe Nutlonul Dengue race, an well us the length of time that | still Intervenes before the worlds series, the .National Baseball Commis? sion, at a meeting here to-day. de? ferred action upon a world's series schedule, and will meet next Thursday In New York to again take up the question. The commission adjourned after a four-hour session. A number of findings were promul? gated by life commission. Ty Cobb, of Detroit, was lined ?100 for participat? ing in a game with a semi-professional ' team playing Sunday baseball. The' team was the Lennox Ovals, of New j York State. The application of the. Plttsburg club relative to a rehearing of the j Cravatll case was denied. In the contention t>f the Detroit club against the Montgomery club.! relative to Flayer Del I veil, the player! was awarded to Detroit. In the contention between the; Shteveport club and the Philadelphia Nationals, the money paid for Mayes! was turned over to the Shreveport , club, while the pluyer was awurded, to Philadelphia. The claim of the Savannah club; against the Chicago Nationals relative, to Player Miller was denied, but Presl- j dent Murphy, of the Chicago Nationals. I was fined $:>0 for his part in the trans? act ion. The claim of Player Madden for' salary from the Boston Americans and. the Toledo American Association team was denied. Richmond College to Meet Maryland Aggies This Afternoon. The Spiders will go into the game this afternoon against the Maryland Aggies prepared to put up a game tlgnt, but the followers of the Keu uiul Biue are by no mentis overconfident. Maryland bus hud two weeks' more practice than Hlchmond College an:l lias already played one game, besides the Aggies' whole line-up is composed of veterans, Willie the local boys will have many inexperienced men in the Held. Coach Honuker has worked hurd and has already proved himself to be a I man of ability when It conies to teach Ing the, game Of football. lie has worked under many difficulties. The] I equipment was delayed In shipment and 1 be hus hud for the most part a green , bunch of applicants. However, in spite ' "1 these handicaps he has. In one week, | I developed a team which, while not j yet on to Uie 'inside points of the ! Maine, will put up no mean exhlbl I lion of football. The Spiders are anxious to return tho drubbing administered by Mary j land lust year, when the latter took 1 the game by the decisive score of | i 20 to u, and It is a sufe bet that both ; teams will tight hard for every inch. I A big rally was held In the college ' I chapel last night and much enthusiasm J worked up. Milton v. Richards, or" Nassa waddox. Va.. was elected chief rooter, and speeches were made by Coach Honakcr,. Captain Taylor and .several members of the team. The stu? dents?300 strong?will attend the game In a body and good rooting Is promised. The game will be called at 4 o'clock. The following men will start for Rich? mond, though many changes in the, line-up will be made during the game: Centre ? Harris Right guard?Tyler. Right tackle?Duvol, Hlght end?Clarke or Quarles. l.?ft guard?Benton or Gill. Lert tackle?Decker. Left end?Ancurrow or Cason. Left half?Lankford. Right half?Justls. Pullback?Brown or Throckmorton Quarter?Taylor (captain). RKCOIXT SHOWS MAJORITY OP TWO FOR ?78,000 BOND ISSUE [Special to The Times-Dispatch 1 Warrenton. Vs., September 29.?,n the Circuit Court to-day Judge Shackel ford, of Orange, presiding, by direction; ; 01 the Oovomor and at the request of I Judge K. 8. Turner, of this circuit 1 ; the election to Issue $7f,,00(l In bonds I ; for Kood roads, held August 19, was . reversed: The court directed that the ballots >!,e opened nnd recounted The recount showed two majority for the bond issue. Itnrker Rex-nlled hy Brooklyn. Atlanta Oa*. September 29?Nap H?cker. Brooklyn's star pitcher, who ert the team for the ,eni>un rocentlv has been hurriedly recalled by Presi? dent Ebbetfs, In order to participate ?.t. v ?orleB ?,f seven games Brooklvn still has to play with the New York ifian t B. Game Is Featureless, and Goes to Visitors by Score of 7 to 4 ERRORS MADE BY BOTH CLUBS j -?- j i Contest Witnessed by One of Smallest Crowds liver at League Game. Plttsburg. F*"-. September 39.?In tho ! presence of one of the snullew crowds of spcclotois thai ever witnessed a . game in this city. Philadelphia to-day i defeated Plttsburg 7 to 4. Score: j Plttsburg, Philadelphia. AU 11 O A K AB 11 U A I: I Carey, If...:. 3 3 0 ? Mofee. If.. * \ ' Keilhcr. lb. 4 0 6 1 lKn*l?. -'?>? *?'**? Wllioii. rf. 3 1! 3 ? 0 Robert. 3b. 1 . I 0 I Wagner, cf 1 I 1 0 ILu.lus. ?>? J ? ? ? 5 MK'ni. 2b 1 1 5 3 1? FKbkert. ef 3 1110 Byrne, 3b.. ? 2 :i i 1 Titus, rr... i l l o u U'Cur'y, ss ? u 3 l DUoolan, ??. - <i 3 .( a Simon, 3 0 ? 3 o Cotter, c.. ? .1 * J 0 Campbell*.. 1 0 U 0 0 Ate.t'dcr. p4 0 V - I Gardner, p. u 0 0 0 0 llendrlx, p. 3 0 1 - U Clarke! .... I ? n 0 _ I Totuls ...3? S ? 13 3 Totals ...34 9 Li 11 l! ?Batted lor .Simon In ninth. ?Batted (or llendrlx In ninth. . , j Slot-.- by innings: R I'lttsburg .31 0 00000 'I Philadelphia .* 0 r 0,0? 0 I 0 M summary: Buns?Carey (!)i Wilson. Wug ner, Knabe. I.obert li), Luderua (2), Paafcert (i). Two-base hits?Cur*y. Titus. Stolen j l,asM-r?rev, McCarthy. Puskert. Double I plays?Byrne to McKechnie; McCarthy to I McKechnle to Kellher.; l'askert to Knabe I Left on bases?Pittsburg. 6; Philadelphia. 3. I First base un errors?PllUburg, 3; Philadel? phia, 3. Hits?Off Gardner. 4 in 1 Inning; ? uff llendrlx, 3 in ?' Innings. First base on balls?Off Gardner. 2; off llendrlx. I; off Alexander, T. Strock o?t?Bj llendrlx. 7; by . Alexander. 6. Wild pitch?Hondrlx. Passed balls?Cotter (!) Time of same. 1:32. Urn- ; plrcs, ftigler und Flnncraa. TEAMS BATTLE TO A TIE ! Cincinnati, o.. September "9.?Cin clnnatl and Boston battled eleven 111- j nings to a 4 to 1 tie here to-day, dark- \ ness stopping the contest. 1? was a : seesaw struggle, with Tyler holding ; down the hits, but proving liberal with j passes. Gaspar was hit hard, but was ! effective with men on bases. Doiiliii ; and Almeida hit opportunely. The gams will be played off to-morrow In the form of a double-header. Score: Boston. Cincinnati. AIS H () A F. Alt H ? A K Swoen'y. 2b 5 '.'CIO M.irsans. If 0 3 0 0 Dunlin. cf.. 5 2 4 V 1 Hob zel, lb 3 112 0 u TVnney. cf. 0 0 0 0 0 Bates, cf.. 4 -t 0 1 Klrke, 5 14 2 O.Mitcliil. rf : I ? u Kaiser, if.. 0 0 0 0 OAlm'da, 3b 4 1 3 3 0 .Miller, rf.. i. 2 1 <J 0 Kuan. 2b.. 3 0 3 6 0 Iug'ton. If. .'? 1 1 0 0 Ks'ond. s?. 4 1 2 2 0 Honsel, lb. B 1 10 0 t.M'Lean. c. 3 0 3 S 0 M'U'ald. 3b 3 2 2 3 OCIarko. c. 0 0 0 1 0 Kilns, c... 4 1 6 2 0Gaspar, p.. 4 o o 2 0 Tyler, p_ 4 1 0 4 0 Froin'e. p. 0: 0 0 0 0 Weaver, p. 0 0 0 1 0Ura.nl* _ 0 0 0 0 0 Scvcruldl.. V 0 0 o 0 Totals ...41 13 33 13 2 Totals ...3? 'j S3 17 ?Hatted for McLean in tenth, fliatieil for Caspar In tenth. Score by innings? Boston .0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 i>? i I Cincinnati .1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0?I , iGanie culled on account of darkness.) . Summar) : Runs?Ingorton, lluuccr. Mr- I Donald. KHc.fr. Hoblltzel R), Hates. Mitchel. Two-base lilts?Tyler. Mobilize!. Donlln, | Houser, Mitchell. Horn.- run?McDonald. Sacrlrlce nils?Bates, Almeida, Egun, Grant. j Stolen bases?Miller; .Mitchell (2), McLean, i Double plays?Esmond to Kuan Hoblltzel; | Almeida to F.gun to Hoblltzel; Sweeney to ( McDonald. Left on bakes?Boston, 6: .On- ' clnnatl, 13. Hits?off Tyler, ?> In :> Innings ! inone out in tenth); off Weaver, .1 In 2 In- i nlngs; off Caspar. ;:i in lu Innings; off I Fromme, o in 1 Inning. F;rst base en balid? [ tut Tyler, 6; off Gaspar, l; off Prommo, l. i Struck out ?By Tyler, 6; by Weaver, 1; by ! O&spar, 3. Hit by pitcher-By Tyler, 1 (Hob- I llsel)'; by Weaver, l (Severoid). Wild Pitches?Weaver r.i. Passed bail?Kling. > Time of game, 2.:i Umpires, Johnstone und Lason. KNTIUKS VOil GLIUOUN TO UK. More Thun Seventy Automobile Bo. ?ImimIiimik Will Take I'nrt. New Vork. September 12911?More than seventy automobile enthusiasts will get together two weeks hence for the start of tho I9ii Glldden tour of thai American Automobile Association from I .New York to Atlanta and Jackson- , ville. Though the entry lists are not of- 1 ricially closed until October 1, more i than seventy names have been rccelv- I erl up to to-night, including those 1 of Governor lloke Smith, of Georgia 1 and Mayor C. B. Wlnn. of Atlanta. Other contestants come from Jackson-I vlllo, Fla.; Indianapolis, Atlanta and other Georgia cities, Detroit, Mich WaUhani, Mass., i,n<l New York City. A late entry is on,- by the Winstou Balem, N. C, Board of Trade. On the night ,.i October 13 the con? testants will be guests of the \ut.. mobile Club ot America at a smoker an<l entertainment in this city. They will start the next day on a 1,300-mllo nip to Jacksonville, where thev are scheduled to reach on October "fi' FiiIIh of Quorum. The Council Committee on Printing and Claims again failed of a quorum yesterday afternoon, and ngaln the settlement of the hill for printing the new City Code between the creditors of the bankrupt concern which under? took the work nn.l the bonaiflda print? ers who finished it was left In the air Several attorneys were present hut got no opportunity to state their. 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DAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES RESULTS YESTERDAY .NATIONAL LEAOCE. Philadelphia. 7; Pittsburg. 4. Boston, 4: Cincinnati. 4 (eleven in? ning's). iNo other games scheduled.) AMERICAN LBAGVES. Washington, 5; Detroit, a. tOther games postponed; ra.!n>. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Last Club. New York . 90 Chicago . 87 Plttsburg . S2 Philadelphia . 78 St. Louis . 73 Cincinnati . 67 Brooklyn . 60 Boston . 37 Won. Lost. P.C. Year SO 82 104 .613 .600 .554 .549 .511 .156 .428 .262 .667 .511 .416 .493 .408 Club. Won. Philadelphia . 97 Detroit . 87 Cleveland . 76 New York . 75 Chicago. ?2 Boston . 72 Washington . 62 St. Louis .. 40 59 69 70 72 73 85 104 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY p.c. 674 596 524 518 500 497 4 2 2 Last Year .681 .562 .465 .573 .429 .552 .435 306 New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Plttsburg. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn \t St. Louis. Cleveland at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Detroit at Washington. Chlcagc at Boston. Pertinent Comment BY GUS MALBERT It was a cull day in baseball- yes? terday. Itain interfered with sevcrnl of the scheduled events, and the Giants and Cubs, around whom the greatest Interest centres, wert- not un the cards. They will do a double act this afternoon, and the Giants will havo to grub both tu regain their - lost honors. Governor Dlx is tired of the new bo.xing law in New York, and tie is using his efforts to have it revoked. Somehow or other the men manipulat? ing me game in the big city don't seem to be able 10 tote fair lung enough to give ttie real teiiuws u cnaitue. Richmond College will make its first appearance for 1911 on the grid? iron tuts atlernoon, when the col? legians mix it with the Maryland ag? ricultural College. Kinul practice was held yesterday, and Couch liutiaker is welt saiistieu With the progress the men have made, .is no line is Obtain? able un the visitors, one will have to form his oplntuu largely un faith, it will be a good game, however, and a large crowd should cheer the col? lege. .luck Johnson has said It. He Is go? ing to retire. No muVe will the swarthy I one >oe seen in the squared circle, tie will retire as the undisputed heavy? weight of the world, und hu is proud. j 'i hunk goodness for these mercies. Now let's all unltu and promise to give Arthur u rest. He doesn't need the publicity, und the good people are mighty tired of seeing his name In ; print. ; Arrangciacnjs have beon made lu take the All-Stars and the Athleticd I on an automobile tour o" the city I when the players arrive here for the i game un October 11. They will arrive I sume time in the morning, and the ' tour will be before the game. Dr. I liagby says that he will not recognize ! mall urders unless a self-addressed stamped envelope for reply is Inclosed. The tickets go un sale Monday morn ?' lng at 'J o'clock at 821 East Main j Street. It Ik believed that the supply ; will be exhu'usted In a very few days. The Olymplus and the Barton , Heights elevens will get together this I ufternoon In Barton Heights, while the ; All-Preps will have a game, at Byrd i Park with the Medicos. Everybody is getting In line for the I bowling meeting to be held Monday j night at Murphy's Hotel. It looks now I that there will be a numbor of women I on hand to form a women's league. The more the merrier, and the fair I sex might have it salutary effect un I the sterner attendants. No meeting of the Virginia League will be helil until November C, the date set at the previous meeting. It might have been well to call the meet? ing earlier, so that all of the business transacted could have been completed, but Williams probably knows what he Is doing. Now that the work of th- rules com? mittee has been completed, it might not be a bad Idea for the amateur baneball enthusiast^ to get together and start doing things. The date on which applications must be lu the hand of Secretarv Hopper Is October 15. He will likely call a meeting immediately after that date. The hunting seaaon Is with us, and the country Is full of embryonic Nlm rods. So far no unprecedented kills , have ibeen reported. V. M. I. WINS IIS FIRST GAME [Special to TheiTimes-Dlspatch.] I/oxlngton. Va., September 29.?Vir? ginia Military institute, in its first game of the seaaon on the gridiron, defeated Augusta Military Academy 38 to 0. The cadets showed up well, although opiMised by a light team.. In the second quarter they scored twenty seven points. The quarters were aeven minutes each, owing to the Intense heat. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Toledo: Toledo. 3; Indianapolis.' 3. (Called end ninth, darkness.) At Kansas City: Kansas City, 4lj Milwaukee. 6. At Columbus: Columbus. 4; Louis-' vllle, 13. Last Sunday Outing TO Norfolk & Seaside XEXT SUNDAY, OCTOUtin 1ST. Tbe popular C. & O. Sunday Outlaws to Old Point. Ocean View, Norfolk and Virginia Beach will be discontinued after next Sun? day. October 1st. Two fast trains will leave Richmond S:30 and 9 A. M. 31.5/) round trip. Make up your party for the last seaside outing of the season. *'guaranteed tor Lite..'' RICHMOND MOTOR CO.. Inc it3 WestMnln I livesti?,,ue 1 his One. Waverley Electric Interchangeable. One car. Two Tops. Ready ior all uses. Coupe top, $2,150. Victoria, ?1,Q50. C ombination, $2,250 W. C. SMITH & CO. J13 North Fourth. 314 North Firth. For so r?"?r?i the Holls? of CjuMlt7 Straus. Gunst & Co., Distillers and Ulcnder. ot Kloo Whiskies. Drink Old Henry lla Long Htcoiu I'ruvu. .la Merit Baker Electrics neve; Gear Shaft Driven?the only shaft drive In electrics that Is a proven success. Other manufacturers ars striving hard to Imitats this latest Dakar Innovation. Mad. 1/70*0. WORTH ELECTRIC VEHICLE CO.. Inc.. 1633 West Broad Btrtst The buyer who knows the difference n automobiles will own a Jones Motor Car Co. Allen Ave And Broad Sttet?. 16 OUNCES OF QUALITY IN EVERY POUND. The Motor Car ty cobb again 18 whole show Credited' With Ten Put-Outs, Two Triples and a Dotible. DETROIT WINS; SCORE 9 TO 5 Hughes Is Driven From Pox and Gray (iocs In to Finish. Washington. D. C. Set tcmber 29.? < Detroit drove Hughes from the rubber to-day and defeated Washington 8 to J. Ty Cobb was the whole show, having ten putouts, two of which were re? markable, and hitting two triples and . a double. Score: Washington. Detroit. AU ?1 O A B AB 11 O A B Milan, cf... S - 1 U u Uusli. ?*,.. S t 0 2 0 Siha'fer. lb 4 J ?.0 0 Cobb. cf... 4 J 10 0 0 Elb'teld. 2b 5 1 ? 4 UCraw'd, rf 3 2 0 0 0 C, Walker*. S 2 10 I Dale'ty, 2b & J 2 3 oj Utssjer. rl. t 111 u Drake, ii I J , u , M'llrlde, ?? 4 2 1 0 I) . riiur, lo. .1.700 iCohray, lb. 4 2io OMor'lty, 3b I i : 3 0 Henry, c... .1 0 i> i 0 Manage, e 5 1 1 0 0 Hughes, p.. .'0 0 3 oDun'van, p 3 1 000 Urny, p.... I 0 I 1 0 Total? ...SS IS 37 11 1 Totals ...W Mitt 6 0 v. walker, left n?ld. t.S.-haefer out, hit b> halted ball. Sc?r?. by Innings: R. Washington .0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 0?5 Delroll .1 0 : 0 0 4 1 1 0-!> .Summary: Run? ?Milan. schaefer. ? ;-??.. i. McDrldc (2), Hush. Cobb <3>. Delehanty. Drake. Galnor. Stunugc. Donovan. Two-bu?a hits?Buih, Hcha*fcr (2). t'obb, Conroy. Mc Hrldc. Three-base hlis--Oobb (2), Delehan ty. Milan, tialnor. Crawford. Sacrifice lilia ? Crawford. Morlarity. Saerlflco fly?Crawford. Stolen basos-DoIelianty. Stannge, Cntnor. Double play?Morlarity to Oalnor. Left on bases?Washing-ton, 10; Detroit. S1. Hlt?-Off Hughes. In In S Innings: off Gray. 4 In 3 In? ning?. Flui hu?,, on balls-Off Hughes. 4; "ft Uray, I; off Donovan. '?>. Struck out?By Hughes, by ijray. 2;-by Donovan. 1. Wild Pltche*- Donovan. Orny (2). Time of garno, 2 hours. Umpires, Evans and Mullen. ch?rThilldowns tracjus^heavy Handicap. Principal Event of Day, Narrowed Down to Three Starters. l.oulHvllle, Ky* September 29.?The i truck was heavy at Churchin Downs to-day at noon, which resulted In the elimination of many entries. The han? dicap, the principal event of the day, was narrowed down to three starters, Seinprollus winning handily, with Ra lelgn 1'. D. second and Little rather third. The third event scheduled on to-day's card, mile and a sixteenth, was declared off. mid a slx-furlong selling [ ruce run Instead. Summaries: ? First race?six furlongs. maiden two-year-olds?(Jules, 104 (Ganz;, first; George oxnard, 106 (Taplln), second; j Pierre Durnas, 106 (Wrlspen), third. [Time, 1:16 3-5 Nannie McDie, W. H. Kord, Cynosure. Slceth, Sir Dcnrah and Dr. Watson also run. $2 mtituels paid?Gates, $9.50 straight, $9 place, $6.70 show; George Oxnard, $1S place, $6.50 show; Pierre Dumas, $<S4.9u show. Second race?selling, mile and twenty yards, three-yeur-olds and up?Irlsn Kid, 103 (Burton), first; Gold Oak, 103?? ' (Goose), second; Dr. Burch, 107 (Book | er), third. Time, 1:46. Nyanza, Pink [ Cheeks and Duneuster ran. $2 mutuels paid?Irish Kid, $11.so I straight. $5 place. $3.80 show; Gold Oak, $4.80 place, $4.10 show; Dr. Burch, $6.40 ! show. Third race?selling, six furlongs, I three-year-olds and up? Balronla, 10b ! (Sklrvln), first; Duquesne, 111 (Kenne? dy), second; Incision, 102 (Molcsworlh), ; third. Time. 1:16. Tackle. Longhand, Falcada, Amoret, Otllo, Hundzaretlu and Helen Scott ran. The original third race at a mile and a sixteenth w?s declared off and the foregoing substituted. $2 mutuels paid?Balronla. $23 straight, $10.SO place, $4.90 show; Du? quesne. $4.80 place, $3.90 show; In i clsion, $5.30 show. Fourth race?handicap, six furlongs ? ! Seinprollus, 100 (Hoffman), first; Ra ! lelgh P. p., 105 (Taplln), second; Llt , tie Father. 103 (Steele), third. Time. 1:16 1-5. Thr?e starters. $2 mutuels paid?Semprollus, $4.50 straight, $2.70 place; Ituleigh P. D., $3.10 place. No show betting. Fifth raec-.-six furlongs, two-year olds, selling?Colonel Cook, ill (Ken? nedy), first; Tourist, 108 (Taplln), sec? ond; Yankee. 108 (Molesworth), third, j Time, 1:15 2-5. Ethel Sampson and I Viley ran. j $2 mutuels paid?Colonel Cook, $5.10 ? straight, $2.80 place, $2.50 show; Tour? ist. $2.90 place. $2.70 show; Yankee, $2.70 show. Sixth race?selling, one and one-six? teenth miles?Haldeman, 100 (Goose), first; Tom Blgoee, 110 (Austin), sec | ond; Sir Cleges. 103 (Hoffman), third. Time, 1:61 4-5. I Wing Ting. Wander, Ollpln, Eddie i Grp>tey also ran. $2 mutuels paid: I Haldeman, $15.10, straight; $6. place; $4.50, show. Tom Blgbee, $5.80. place; i $4.40, show. Sir Cleges, $4.10, show. Football To-Day Virginia against William and Mnry, at Charlottcevllle. V. P. I. against Hnmpden-Sldney, at ninckahurg. Richmond College against Mary? land Agricultural College, at Rich? mond. Randolph-Maeon against Fred erlcksbu*rg College, at Ashland. Yale against Holy Crou, at New Haven. Harvard against notes, at Cam? bridge. , Princeton against Stevens, at Princeton. Pennsylvania against Franklin and Marshall, at Philadelphia. Cornell against Colgate, at Ilhses. Brown against New Hampshire, at Providence. Dartmouth against Massachusetts Aggies, at Hanover. Carlisle against Dickinson, at Carlisle. Syracuse against Hohart, at Sy? racuse, Lafayette against Urslnu*, at Basten. Georgia against Alabama Pres? byterian, at Athens. * Georgetown against Seamen Gun? ners' Sebool, at Washington. Oialmers ^?as/ MOTOR CARS Richmond. Virginia PROBABLE DEATH KNELL OF BOXING Albany, N. Y.. September 29.?Gov? ernor Dlx sent a special message to the Legislature to-day rcloinmcndinK the repeal of the Frawley law under which the State Athletic Commission to regulate boxing; was established. The message was sent to the Judi? ciary Committee of the Senate. Although the legislative loaders nave decided not to take action at the i M-ssloj-i .looking to the repeal of the j law, it is pointed out that Oovcrnor ; \>.x can demand of the Athletic Com? mission the revocation of all light club licenses or the resignation of the cum inlss'ioncrs. It is claimed that eittier action would put an end to boxing. Governor LMx, In case the Legisla? ture tails to act, will discuss wlin tho ) athletic commissioners the steps \u ; be taken. Postpone liluea' Hike. I The an/tual hike for the Blues' Bati ! t.tlion cup has been postponed from I October 7 to October 21. Tho reason ; for the delay Is tho fact that some of ; the long distance marchers desire to j go to Atlanta on the day originally I set. The march will be over the same ! course as last year?from Richmond j to Petersburg. I The cup now reposes in the company : room of A Company, where members t of that command say It will remain. It becomes the property of any <pm i pany wln/ing it three years In succes? sion. Struads from eaoh of the four companies will compete this y?ex. . Bull dins Permits. Buildlns and repair permits were issued I yesterday as follows: Stauda:/ Oil Company, to erect s dots.ot-.ca ?-'?? '??:..-> brick stable, south side of Sec? ond Street between Deca'tur an< Stockton Streets, to cost 11.710. Standard OH Company, to erect a one-story I steel frame wason shed at same location I as abave. to cost 1*00. E. M. Hoadtey. to erect a, detached one I story brick ?aruse In rear of U32 Monument I Avenue, to cost tU2. J. M. Hulcher. to repair a brick store eo4 dwelling, 'i West Leigh Street, to cost p?. Marrtaeje License A ? . i;- license was Issued yesterday In the Hustings Court to Richard A Eads and Martha C. Collar. Last Excursion TO NORFOLK Sunday, Oct. 1 $1.50 ROUND TRIP CHOICE OF TWO FAST TRAUT3. The Special leaves Richmond 8:10 A. M.; leaves Norfolk 7:40 P. M. The Cannon Ball leaves Richmond 3:00 A. M.; leaves Norfolk 4:16 P. M. j Carries Pullman parlor ear._ SMOKE PREPARED ESPECIALLY FOB PIPE UND WETTE J. G. DILL, Incorporated) RICHMOND, VA. ^ SOLD BY <^^ALL DEALERS^^s? amusements. ACADEMY-To-Day Matinee and Night Bud Fisher's Mueh-Talked-of Success, MUTT and JEFF Prices: Motinee. 26c to $1.00. Night. 26c to 11.50. ACADEMY-Monday A Musical Comedy of duality. LEW FIELDS PRESENT8 The Jolly Bachelors Prices, 50c. to $1.50. BIJOU-AH Next Week Same Prices. BEST OF A LI. Ml SK AI. SHOWS. nn the WINNING H VID0W 40 PEOPLE, MOSTLY (ilRLS, to? SONfl NLM-HBISIS?as.