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BE CHOSEN TO-DAY Nominations Made by Commit tee of Virginia Daughters of Confederacy. tSpeHal to The Times-Dispatch.! Roanoke. Va.. October 5.?-The Vir? ginia Daughters of (be Confederacy, in convention in ibis city, transacted a great volume Ol business at to-day's meeting. One ol the most Interesting j reports received was that ot me com-j mittee on nominations. This report; included an explanation \>h> she did on at the afternoon session lo-inor row. The report of the division historian ? include* an explanation why she aid lldt make a protest against the use bl Bison's history at Roanoke College. Greetings were received from tue I several division presidents, including one from Florida. To-nlghl the dele-J gates arid guests were given .1 re? ception and ball, tllC Son- Of the Con-I federate Veterans doing 'the honors.! The convention will adjourn to-morrow I night. The report of the nominations com- I nilliee i-ontained the names of the fol? lowing women recommended for office: Honorary vicc-Prcsldents, two lb elect, Mrs Thomas 8. Bocock, od Kicbmohd, tno wiiiow of tiie Speaker of the Con? federate Congress, and Mrs. K. G. Thrasher, 01 I'eurlsburg; President, Mrs A. A. Campbell, ot Wythevllle; .FirSI Vicej-Presldenti Miss Nannie Ken-! i'le, ot Norfolk. S.nd t'leo-President; Mrs; Elizabeth Neeiy, of Portmoutb; I llilril Vice-president. Mrs Charles ij. Guthrie, Charlotte courthouse. Pourthl VlieerPresldent, Mrs Ca bei I smith. Mar- I tlhsville; Recording Secretary. Mrs. | Prank Holttduy. Suffolk: Treasurer. Mrs. s a, Itlddlck, of Smtthfteld; Reg-1 Istrar, Mrs. It. H K. Bell. Pulaskl;' i 'ustodian, Mrs Prank Anthony Walke. I Norfolk. Recordei of Crosses, Mrs. .). i 1 ,\ii vender. Alexandria; Custodian of I Badges, Mrs. .lames Mercer Garnett, j Chnrlottesvlllc; Historian, Miss Snlii"! Dos we n. i :hnrtottesviile. No nomination was made for corre? sponding secretary, since this othVe is always given tu some one who lives in the same city where the president, resides. WOODRKnRV PORKST \vii,i, pi r out s'PMONti i;i.f.\f.\ I Special lo The Times-Dispatch. ] Orange, Vai, Octobor B.?Football at Wondlicrry Forest has started In earnest. A Squad of thirty-five Is oil) overy afternoon, and Coaches Fotr.oi and Kluttx arc working hard to get the men in shape for the first game of the season. Next Saturday a tenm from the Western High School, of Washington, will Journey to Orange to play the local school. The new material Is better than usual. Walker, of Texas, ami Tanner, of North Carolina, are showing up particularly well. There will lie font "W" men in this year's line-up? Rlmonds, Farrnr, Prlddy anil Captain Ryan. Ii probable bat Chtsm, N. Carter, Deckert, Dickinson ami Jones, substitutes last fall, will be regulars this season. Ford Motor Cars Safest for ladles to drive. "Ask any of the many who drive." FORD AUTO CO.. 1629 IV. Broad St. WILL PLAY FIRST GAME SATURDAY V. M. I., on Account of Injuries to Players, Will Not Be in , Best Condition. Lexington. Va? October 5?Hard luck has overtaken the V. M. 1. team on the eve Of Urn date of the gams with the Davidson College team, at Koanoke on Saturday. Ail season the men have struggled along with bruises nod sprains, but this week more In? juries hi\.' befallen the men than at any time before, The line-up for the Davidson gutuo will not be the strongest. Captain Moore, left halt, will be out on account of a broken rib received last week. Clai kson, the big light tackle, Is out 01 school on im lough- beech, at hah. and Outierez, guard, a".n me injured list, und it very doubtful it cither man will in shape to gel into the game Sat? urday. The team has shown very good ; promise thus tar. With the old men j ol last year who returned and the fcood new material, Coach Urumag? j was rounding a strong team into \ shape and hoped to make a line show- | mg in the bist hard game. With the men out who ar> Injured the team will not play its best game. The men who have shown up best thus far are Owen, at tackle, Youell, at .-nil, anil Balri anil W itt In the back Held. Witt, at quarter, lb running the tcuin in good style. His kicking and passing arc pood. Dalton, the big j guard of last year's team, has been I shifted out to a tackle position, und ] he shows promise of making good j there, as he (lid at the Inner station. Flirdic anil Hustle, two upper class? men, are playing bard at centre. Both are good anil fast, and with either man in the IIno-up, the team will bo lixed very well at that .position. Gutlcrex, at guard, promises to make a great player. Soniers und Sauters j uer also playing at the same posi- j Hon. There is an abundance i of material trying for the ends. Karst and Youell. both old men. arc holding the positions down now. but Marshall, Lowry and Gale are giving their best efforts to get on the ends of the lino also. Richards, a new inan, who play? ed on the siitiad at William und Mary last year, will be tried out against Davidson Satunlny. He Is not an ex? perienced player, but shows good ma? terial for the backfield. Little or nothing is known here of the strength of the Davidson team, but Coach BriimagC and his plnvers fool confident of making a good show ing regardless of the injured men who will not be able to do their best. XShe Frisco 'surrounds the neck tuith sttjle and comfort Roomy passage xvav) \t for scarf 3 heights, V4? sizes. Hand made, 4-ply. 15*2 for 2D* FRISBJE COOX&CO. MAKERS TROHW. S. E. BISHOP, 30 N. 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The Olants went right to work and piled up a lend <-f six runs In the first ln nlng. This was enough to win, for Maxwell held the locals well In hand throughout the contest, especially when men were on bases. Barger, who started for Brooklyn. wa? greet? ed so warmly right at the start that Steele, was rushed to the rescue. The formler Plttsbunger held Now York r-eoreless. The score: Devore, If.. S ! I e ONrthen. ef 6 3 2 0 f Doyle, .0. . .1 ft n b C'Pauh't. lb. 8 3 10 ? 0 Becker, cf. 2 n n r, 0 wheat. If.. 8 1 2 1 1: Murray, rf. 3 1 4 0 OHumel. 2b 4 2 1 ? ? Merkje. lb 4 I II 1 OTooley. IS. 4 1 ? 1 f PoUl'tte, lb 0 0 2 1 0 CouJron. rf 4 O 0 0 0 ? Dovlln. 3b. 3 0 0 4 0 Stark. 3b.. 4 1 1 2 0| Fletcher, ss 2 1 1 2 0 Miller, c... 3 14 10 Herr.og. lb. ? 1 3 0 0 Erwin, r... 1 0 1 1 ? Wilson, r... 3 2 2 0 0 Borger, p. 0 0 0 0 <! Hartley, e. 1 1 1 0 0 Steele, p . 2 0 1 I ft Max'ell, p.. S 0 2 2 n Daley* .... 1 0 0 0 0; Sehardt. p 0 0 0 1 (I Totals ...SI * 27 IS 0 Totals ...IS 11 JT 11 "J ?Bn.1 ted for Steele In eighth. Score by Innings: It. New York.SOaoOftftOn?A Brooklyn . ..a o 2 p o o l, 0 o?3 I Summary: nun??Doyle. Becker. Murray, i Merkle, Devlin, Fletcher. Northen (S). Steele, j Two-base lilts?Merkle. Hcrrog. Murray. Wheat. Hiinimel. Stark. "sacrifice hits Maxwell. Stolen base?Devore. Double play ? Daubert I unassisted ". Left on bases?New York, S; Brooklyn, 11. First base on errors New York. 2. Kite?Off nargcr. 3 In 2-3 In? ning: off Steele, 4 In 7 1-3 Innings: off Sehardt, 1 In 1 inning. First base on balls? j On Maxwell, '-: off Barger, 4; ofT Steele, L Struck out?By Maxwell. 3: by Steele. 3; by ] Sehardt, 1. Hit by pitcher?By Maxwell, 1 (Steele). WJld pitch?Barger. Time of game, i:S0. Umpires, Brennen and Klem. LAST GAME AT ST. LOUIS St. Louis. October 5.?Chicago won the closing game of the National League season here to-day 8 to "J, in one hour and twenty-five minutes. Three double plays and three two-base hits were made. Score: Chicago. St. I.OUI*. All II O A E All II O A n! Fvors. 2b... 5 1 ? 6 1 Hug'lna, 2b 4 0 2 4 Oi Shrrk'd. If. 2 1 2 1 OOakes. cf.. 3 0 5 0 0' Tinker, as.. 3 0 12 OKonhy. lb 4 2 10 0 0! Cioode. rf.. 6 3 3 0 0 Wylic-. If.. 4 1 2 0 0| Doyle, 3b... 3 oos oEvans, rf.. 21210: Baler, lb_ I 2 11 1 o Hauser, as 4 1 2 2 1! Hofman. cf 4 10 0 OMowr'y. 3b 3 1 0 0 0; Graham, c. 4 0 2 1 owingn. c. 4 1 4 1 3 j Smith, p... 4 1 2 1 OWlllls. p... 3 0 0 2 0 Kills* . 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ...31 9 27 1? 1 TotnJs ...31 7 27 10 3; ?Hatted for Willis In ninth. Score by Innings: R. Chicago .3 0410000 0?a St. l.ouia.0 1000001 o-a Rummary: Runs?Even (2). Shccknrd (2), 1 Tinker (2). tioode (2), Konetchy. Hauser. ' Two-base hits?Baler, Wylle. Mowrey. Sacrl-1 fire hits?Tinker, Fills, Sacrifice fly?Doyle. Double plays?Hugglna to Konetchy; Doyle to Even to Baler; Tinker to Event to galer. Left on bases?Chlcoso. 5; St. I.ouls. S. First base on bulls?Off Willis, 4: off Smith, 4. Siruck out?By Willis, 3; by Smith. I, Hit by pitcher?By Smith, 1 (Evans). Wild pitch ?Willis. Time of game, 1:2S. Umpires, O'Day and Emslle. 1 HARD FOR PLACES [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 I Lexington. Vu., October 6.?Though I ragged at times Hie scrimmages on \\ llson Field this afternoon were spir? ited from start to finish. With thu Itounokc game only two days oft, the men were lighting for places on the llrst line-up. Coach Pollard has been making shuts between the teams every afternoon, und no one can tell now who win start the game Saturday, nor how long any man will stick. Every? body on the s(|uad knows this and knows it well, so there is small won I der that the scrimmage was a. scrap? py one. that too much eagerness led to some fumbling and to some con- ? fusion ot signals, and that the coaches were sMiiliu^. though the word "bone j head'' was often on their lips. Tha i tall fellow Miles, who made such on I impression at end last week, has been' j shifted to tackle, where he may ho ; ia tlx tu re Burke and Bone have been running pretty regularly for the last : few days on Ihc Varsity baokfleld. Both of them allowed up well In to-day's scrimmage, gaming well on long and close range. They are hard players and fast, and If the heavier backs fail lo do what is expected of them this pair will till out finite handily. Moore, ul centre on the reserves, had anoth ?-1 good dhy of it. making about half the tackles for his team, and getting credit among the crowd for having I more light and power than any man : ?11 ell her team ', 7c- strength ?r the squad win bei tested by the game with itoanoko Sat-I urday. Washington and Lee could only 1.? fourteen points in this game last year, but ever) ?11? is expecting th->! ; bum h 1? do better Saturday. The : teum appears t? have more light and more drive now than at this time last.! year! They are certainly heavier, fast? er and more experienced. MIDDLEWEIGHT Wins Title by Throwing Holt Two Out of Three Falls. Big Kd B*?s last eiKhl won ?he I pound wrestling championship ef Richmond hv throwing A.-chte Holt two out of three falls ?1 Libert) Hail. The match, while, not largely attended, was a good' exhibition and really merited the supnort of the. focal ?ports, ''lie of the pleasing feaiures was II .. good number of women present. Holt won the first fall In Just nine mln. Utes after breaking from n bodyloejc, nhloh looked good for Baps nut Holl broke the h-iii and retaliated with a full Nelson, pin? ning the blacksmith's shoulders to :h< mat, The second fill, wh;eh went 10 Bass with another full Nelson. look fifty minutes and sU seconds, durln* which both hoys had ap portunltles, but fulled 10 take advantage of them. TKo tlnnl fall came after .lust one minute and fifty seconds, with ?till another full Nelson, Both boys are green nt? the game, and neither reenied able to effectual j ly show anything hut either the full or na|| J.S'rlsoii. (Irorgn Herbert w*? the referee I km) gave entire satisfaction. It la said th?t I Holt will ask for a ratum bout. ill for Gin that is DisWLled " JVot a Compound ? SAY CORONET. DIW CIN and get thefjiiest um gfa/I SAY IT TO-DAY R. L. Christian & Co., Distributors, Richmond, Ya. DAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES RESULTS VESTERDAY NATIONAL. New York, ?>. Brooklyn, 3. Chicago. S. St. Louts. 2. \ M1.1U < A N. Washington. 2: Boston. 11 New York. I), Philadelphia. 1. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Club. Won lyisl New York . Ofi 50 Chicago . !>n 80 Plttshurg . 84 ?7 Philadelphia . 7!> ?? St. Louis . 73 73 Cincinnati . 68 81 Brooklyn . ?0 ?? Boston . 80 1?? P.c. ?58 r,nn r.r.? 534 son 15? 417 274 I.ast I Year I Club. ?01 I Philadelphia. .116!? I Detroit . .577 I Cloveland . . .507 ' Chicago - .411 New York .. 487 Boston . .416 Washington .336 ! St. Louis 88 79 7B 76 76 68 42 Lost. 4!? 87 106 P.C .671 .587 .527 .507 .503 503 .428 2S4 Last Year .685 .368 .466 .436 .674 .587 .436 .300 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY Philadelphia at New York. } | New York at Philadelphia. Boston at Brooklyn. Detroit at St. Louis. (Other games not scheduled.) Washington at Boston I Cleveland at Chicago. WORLD'S SERIES WILL START OCTOBER 14 First Game Will Be Played in New York?Official I Umpires Chosen, and Players Eligible to Participate Announced. Schedule of Games for World's Championship Klrnl camel New York, Saturday, October 14. Second khiiic: Phllndelpbla, Mon? day, October 10. Third camci .Vow York, Tuendoy, October 17. fourth gamei Philadelphia, \\ nl ncHdny, October 18. Klfth frames .New York, Thurndny, October 10. .Sixth fenrne: Philadelphia, Friday, October "0. t'mplreni For Natlnnnl I.enpnie, Mennrn. Klem and llreiuiant for American I.enguc, Me*.ir?. Connolly nnd Illneen. New York. October 5.?The toss of ! a coin In the presence of the Natlonul I Haseball Commission to-day started j the making of final arrangements for | the post-season serlos of games tor j the world's cnamplonship between the j .New 1'ork Ulunts, winners of the Na- ; tlonal League championship, and the Philadelphia' Athletics, present world's j champions, and victors in tho season's | pennant race In the American League, j New York won the toss, and ac- , cordlngly It was determined thnt the ' drat game shall be played here. The 1 choice was determined by the toss of i it quarter of a dollar. Hen Shtbe, pres? ident of the Athletics, called heads, and the coin settled with tails up. The National Commission, which has i charge of the playing of the aeries, met hero to-day to perfect arrange? ments, and selected Saturday. Odo- I K6tch COLLAR Easy to put on, easy to take off, easy to tie the tie in. The buyer who knows the difference In automobiles will own a Jones Motor Car Co. Allen Ave anrl Broad Stree. OUNCES OF QUALFFy 1N EVERY POUND. hie Motor Car Investigate This One. Waverley Electric Interchangeable. One car. Two Tops. Ready for all use?. Coupe top, $2.150. Victoria. I SI.0>0. Combination. $2,250 W. C. SMITH'& CO. 113 North Fourth. 3M North Fifth. ? aranteed tor Llto." RICHMOND MOTOR CO.. Inc-. 313 West Main. Baker Electrics Uevel Gear Shaft Driven?the only ahaft drive in electrics that I? ?. proven succei*. Other manufacturer* are striving . hard to Initiate this latoil linker Innovation. Med. I0?o. ~ jWOBTH KI.ECTRIO VEHICLX CO., Inc,, I 1423 Weit Brotd Strsek ber 14, for fhe first gam", ami adopted this schedule for the series: Schedule of Serie*. Saturday, October 14, New York; Monday, October 16, Philadelphia, Tuesday, October 17, Now Y?jrk; Wed? nesday, October IS, Philadelphia; Thursday, October la. New I'ora; Krl duy, October 20, Philadelphia. the series continues unul one club has won lour games. In case u Seventh game is needed to decide tho winner, tho commission will determluu thi grounds on Which it shall be play? ed, fled or postponed games will bo played oil on the grounds called for j by the original tchodulc, before tho parking of the game following it in the schedule. The schedule decided upon, the Im? portant question of umpires, wua sot lied by the selection of William K. Klein und William Urenuan. represent? ing the National League, und T. 11. i Connolly and Willlum Ulneen, repre- 1 sentlng the American League. Pran- ! clseo C- Klchter and J. O. Taylor Splnk were designated us olllciul I scorers. | Tile players eligible to participate in the world s series games, by un- , nounccment of the commission to-day are: Philadelphia American League Club? j Baker, Barry, Bender, Coiling, Coombs, Davis, Danforth, Derrick. Hartse), Krause, Lapp, Livingston, Lord, Mar? tin, Morgan, Mclnnes, Murphy, Old ring, Plank, Strunk, Thomas. New York National League Club? I Devore, Becker, Murray. Snodgrass, Merkle, Doyle, Fletcher, Devlin, Mathowson, Wlltso, Ames, Crandall. Maniuurd, Latham, McGraw, Myers, Wilson. Herzog, Drucke, Hartley, Pa ulette. All games will begin at 2 P. M. and will be attended by members of the National Commission and its secre? tary. The olnciul ball of the National League will be used In the games on National League grounds, und the American League's official ball In games on American League grounds. Bach of the contesting clubs is re? quired to deposit a certified check for $10,000 with the secretary of the com? mission not later than 11 o'clock on the day of the first schedule game. I Warning- to Players, The commission issued a special warning to players thut the rule re? garding conduct on the ball field would be strictly enforced against of? fending players. It also served no lift: that under the commission's rules Hie winner of tho world's champion? ship will not be^ permitted to pnrtl- I pate In any exhibition game during Mho remainder of the present year, the victorious team being required to dis? band immediately after Uie coinple i lion of the series. At the conclusion of the meeting, ?lohn Hcydlor; secretary and treasurer of the National League. tnf, prices I of the seals for the world's series ! would be announced later. It was said | that the New York club wanted the I prices advanced over the rates of last year. v>ut this was resisted by the offi? cials of Die Philadelphia American League clul.. Last season the prices were, bleachers, $1; grandstand. ?2, and boxes, $.1, and these prices prob ; ably will prevail. The issuance of the tickets and dis? tribution of them will be done by the respective clubs, but with the approval ; of the commission. The tickets prob? able will l,e ready the first of next week. j Tho National Commission lo-nicht announced the nrlces of admission for the games as follows: At Philadelphia seals in boxes and lower rjrandstand. reserved. $S; upper grandstand. reserved, first twelve rows. J.1: balance, $2; general admis? sion. $1. At New Tork, boxes. $25; lower Grandstand, reserved. $2: upper grand? stand, reserved. $3; general admission. CHECK ENTRIES OF FAIR HORSES Clerk of the Course P. A. S. Brine, I of the harness classes at the State ! Pair, has Just returned from a trip I abroad, lie will at once check up his list of entries for the races at tho Pair next week, and they will, accord? ing to Mr. Brine, be the finest and best class animals ever brought to Rich? mond. Mr. Brine and W. ,T. Carter, of the rare committee, are both Jubilant over the outlook for the harness races. The list of entries is the longest yet re? ceived by the fair association, and this Indicates that the fields will be largo and* perhaps crowded. The runners will be ready for men? tion by Saturday night, although there Is a possibility that some of tho best will not arrive until 'later. Messrs. BrJne and CaTter will be busy for the remalndor of the week check? ing up their entries. ATHLETICS WIN TOOTH GAME New York Defeated in Pitchers' Battle Between Morgan and Quinn. ONLY ONE RUN IS SCORED Gardner Hit in Back of Head by Pitched Ball and Rendered Unconscious. Philadelphia. October 6.?The world's j champions won their one hundredth game of the season to-day. when they defeated New York 1 to 0 In a pltch th' battle between Morgan and Quinn. The only run of rhe gamo was scored by Murphg on his single, Davls's sac? rifice and Barry's single. Gardner, of Now York, was hit in the back of the head by a'ball pitched by Morgan In the fifth inning and ren? dered unconscious. It was more than nn hour before he recovered sufllcl',nt ly to ho taken to his hotel. Seor": New Tork. riillndrtphla. A.B H O A E AB II O A F. Daniels, rf. 4 3 3 0 ?Lord. If.... ? n a n i Poltn. Jb... 4 2 3 1 0 Oldrlns. cf 4 I. 2 0 r Chass* .... 4 0 3 1 OColllns. 2b. 3 3 ? * ( 1 Cree, If ... 3 1 0 0 0 Laker. 3b. 4 0 0 0 1 I Knight, lb. 2 0 10 1 0 Murphy, ril l 0 0 I Barti'll. aa 3 0 1 0 ODuvis. lb.. 1 0 4 0 1 (lardn'r. 3b 1 0 0*0 Der'lek, lb 1 1 4 n ?] Zinn. cf.... 1 0 1 1 0Barry, a*.. 3 3 4 4 ?| Williams. c3 0 ? 0 or,"v?ton.. e> 1 I 4 quinn, p.... 3 0 0 1 0 Morgan, p. 3 0 0 I f.| Totals .. .2% $34 13 ? Totals . . 2} * 27 i: ?Chase, centre field on<J ?eoond bas? Score by innlr.s? New Tork.* 00???M(i-? Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 ??1 Summary: Bun?Murphy. Two-base hlts Crcs. Dolan. Saerlttee hit?Davis. Double plays?Chnse to Dolan; Collins to Davis: Col? lins to Barry to Davis: L,l\-lngston to Harry. Left on bases? New York. 4. Philadelphia. Flrat base on balls?Oft Morgan. 2 Sttu:'.i out?By Quinn, 2; by Morgan. ? Bit by pitcher?By Morgan. 1 (Oor<ln?r>: by Quinn. 1 (Colllnal. Wild pitch-Morgan Tune of game, 1:35. L'mplree. Dlneen and Kgan COLLINS IS EFFECTIVE Boston. October S?Hitting Hugh's hard In the first four innings, after which he retired, Boston won the first game of the closing series from Wash. Ington to-day 11 to 2. Collins was I very effective. [Every local player got a hit, Yerkes being high man. tvUh three. The score: Rostnn. Washing-ton. AB H O A B A II II > > A K Hcn'sen, rf 4 1 4 1 OMiUn. cf., n 2 0 1 fl Yerkes, ss. 6 .1 3 4 OSeYfer, lb i 1 !> n r. Siicaker. cf 4 2 1 0 OBI'icId, 2b < ! 3 1 I D. Lewi*. If r. 10 0 oriesalcr. rf I 1 0 0 I Hngle. 3b... 4 1 1 2 !<? Walker* 4 0 T. 0 i J. Lewis, Cb 1 1 1 2 O.M'Brl'e, ss ? o 1 3 ?, Bradley, lb 3 1 9 0 OiVi'l. 3b 4 0 1 1 J Williams, c 4. 5 s ?< 0 Street, c., "> 1 t 0 ? Collins, p.. 4 1 0 1 Oliugne.1. p. 1 0 t. n n Heckt-r. p.. 1 0 0 1 s Aln?n..tht. 1 0 0 0 4 j Totals ...3* 13 77 12 1 Totals ...35 7 21 3 I ?C. Walker, left field. tUatted for Hughes In fifth. I Score by Innings: R. ' ! Boston .4 2 0 4 0 t 0 0 1?11 ! Washington .402000 0 0 0? 3 I Summary: Runs?Hcnrtcksen (2). Yerkes i \ (2), Speaker (2i. D. Lewis. Km:'. J. I^wls. i Bradley. Williams. Milan. Schaefer. Two base hits?Milan. Schaefer. Three-base hit?' j Speaker. Sacrifice fly ?Ilradle>. Stolen baso ? Kngle. Double plays?Henrtcksen to Brad, [ley; Elberfeld to McBrldc to Schaefer. I^eft i on bases?Boston, 11: Washington !>. Hits- ' ' Off Hughes. 11 In 4 Innings; off Becker, 2 In 4 Innings. First base 0n balls?Off Hughes, j ! 8: off Becker. 2. First base on errors?Bos? ton, i; Washington, 1, Struck out?By Col? lins. 7; by Hughes. 4; by Becker. 4. lilt by pitcher?By Collins, 1 (Mllanl; by Becker, 1 (Bradley). Wild pitches-Hughes. Collins. Time of game, 1:40. Umpires. Connolly and Weatervelt. EAST TIME MADE IN FEATURE RACE LoulBVllle. October 5.?Colonel Ash meade and O. M. Miller, running under the colors of tho Carman Stable, were first and second, respectively. In the Cherokee selling stako race this after? noon at Churchill Downs. The dis? tance, one mile and twenty yards, wa? covered In 1:39 3-5, the winner clipping one-fifth of a second off the truck re? cord. Fast time was also mudu in the third race, Little Father, the win? ner, running the six furlongs in 1:11 4-5. First race?--selling, one and one-six tee nth miles?J. W. Carter. 108, Fain, first; Dottle B.. 102, Loftus, second; Kddie Qraney, 110. Ta'plln. third. Time, 1:44 4-5. Swartzhlll, Miss Korn, Bob I'urley. Fulllll. Hannis, Nynasu also j ran. $2 mutucls paid: J, W. Cartel*, 1 $44.80, straight; $29.50. place; $7.50. show. Dottle B., |5.40, place; $4.30; show. ICddle Graney, $4.30, show. Second race?one mile, purse?Swan nsnou, 103. Henry, first; Star O'Kyan, 103. ?_rf>ftus. second; Housemaid. 104, Wrlspln, third. Time, 1:30 1-6. Starry Night. I^aBold. Bell Horse also ran. J- mutuels paid: Swannanos. $3.:'0, straight; $2.80. place; $4. show. Star O'Ryan. $5. place: $200, show. House? maid, $3.50. show. Third race?handicap, six furlongs, three-year-olds and up?Little Father. 100. Turner, first: Stinger. 112. Wrls? pln, second; Love Not, 104, Ganz, third. Time. 1:114-5. Orover Hughen. Knight Deck. Harrlgan. Round the World and Chapultopec also ran. $2 mutuels paid: Little Father, $26 40, straight; $0.20, place; $6.20, show. Mlngor, $3.80, place; $3.SO. show. Love Not. $6.70, show. Fourth race?the Cherokee stakes, one mll?? and twenty yards, selling, three-yeur-olds and up?Colonel Ash meade, 103, Molesworth, first: C. M. Miller. 105, Hoffman, second; Helmet, 110. Ganz, third. Time. 1:3ft 8-5. (BrcnHs track record.) Sticker. Bounc? er, Angelus. Jack Parker, Donau also ran. Colonel Ashemeade and G. M. Miller. Carman entry. $2 mutuels paid: Colonel Ashmcade. $20.80. straight; $13 50. place; $7 10. show. G. M. Miller. $13.50, place; $70.10. show. Helmet, $6.70, show. Fifth race?five and a half furlongs, two-vear-olds?Sonads, 105, Ganz, first; Azyladc, 105, Goose, second: Mack B. Kubsnks. 115, Fain, third. Time, 1:05. Colonel Cook, Jim Milton, Sir Blaise and Sir Marlon also r-n. $2 mutuels paid: Sonada. $4.50._ straight: $2.00. place; $2.80, show. A'aylade, $3. place: $2.50. show. Mack B. ..ubanks, $1.40, show. Sixth race?Belling, one mile and a quarter, three-year-olds and up?Azc. 103. Molesworth, first; ?lorkler. 102. laplln, second; Startler, 08, Koerncr, third. Time. 2:0S 4-6. Explicit. Han ley. Tom Blgbee and Slguerd also ran. $S mutuels paid: Azo, $8.80, straight; $4.80, place; $3.60, show. Mockler, $6.60, place: if 8.60, show. Startler, $3.70, Dhow. Chalmers VtVMQTOI. CARS ? RICHMOND. VIRGINIA BOWLERS MEET AGAIN TO-NIGHT Report of Rules Committee Will Be Received antl Final Ar? rangements Made. fin* 1 arrangement* for the conduct of howling In Richmond under an or? ganized plan will be completed to? night, when a mass-meeting will bo heb] In Spiegel's barber shop, at Sec? ond and Broad Streets, for the-purpose of receiving .the report of the rules commit tee, which met (art Tuesday night Indications point toward a most sue. cessful season, and it Is probable that at least six leagues will be found In the Held. The organization of the Richmond Bowling Association I along lines which broaden the srope of the body has done a great deal toward stimulating Interest In the sport. Many beginners, who last year were too timid to be seen in company with more experienced men. will now come but on tho alleys^, realizing that they will be protected. - It Is highly commendable on the part of th/tse who are responsible for the organization move that they have shown a disposition 10 bury their own individualities in order to promote the 3cner.il welfare of t>> sport There ts not apparent that spirit which last year kept all of the veterans together, while the less able plajiers were left to shift for themselves. Just as soon as the organization Is effected the season will begin In es-ni fst. and the several leagues will begin battling for honors. PROSPECTS GOOD AT NEW SCHOOL University College of Medicine Has Formidable Eleven?First Game Next Saturday. Smarting under the defeat adminis? tered by the Medical College ?f Vir? ginia on the football field last season.*, the University college of Medicine's moleskin squad Is practicing dally on the campus at Richmond College, un der the direction of Coach Taylor Rob? ertson, of Georgetown, In the hope oi netting revenge tills season' when the two camps of sawbones get together. Not since football was Inaugurate I at the newer school has there been such u world of football material Nearly all of last year's letter men are back, and added to this number arc a number of star? from several of the othor colleges in the country. Cap? tain Seymour, who. by the way, ha < been changed from his position In the back field to quarter. Is proud of his men. and thinks that he has a winning bunch. Manager A. M. Bynum ha* arranged ;i goo.1 schedule, though unable to se? cure a game with Richmond College. The first game of the season will be played on October 14 with William and Mary, and It is probable that the local team will line up as follows: Pitts', left erfd; Wood.house, ex-captain oi RandolPh-Macon, centre; Ruff, who made a place on the All-Southern team when at Washington and r.ec. left guard: Parker, the big tackle from Carolina, right guard: Martin, centre. Yohaman. from Davidson College, rlghi tackle. McCultus. right end: Seymour, captain and quarterback: Paramore. left half: PuArellc. right half, and Stafford, from the University of Dub? lin, fullback. SMOKE PREPARED ESPECIALLY NV\ / FOR PIPE AND C18ARETTE \ I J. G. DILL, Incorporated!! ^ RICHMOND, VA. JJ \ SOLD BY Jf ??XV ALL DEALERS ?V ALL Ur.rU.LI15) / A'V Per Zl> V?sn i he House of QualltT' Straus, Gunst & Co,, Drink Old Henry Its I.one Record Provu* Its Moric. SmusementB. ACADEMY?To-Day Matinee and Night. THOMAS JEFFERSON IN RIP VAN WINKLE. Prices: - Matinee. 25c to $l.O0. Night, Cr.c lo $150. 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