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Kelley's Toronto Outfit Captures Free Hitting
Contest W hen 1 riciy GctsBad in Sixth, Help?
ed Out by Louple of Inf eld Errors?Same
Club PI; yo ToDay.
The (oils tin.I Turn Iii? ?III piny |hl?
nflernoon til I o'clock. Wii.cruii >?lil
umpire. .liusTcr. l.eittoiv nr Avers will
Manager Kellcy ami lily Toronto In?
ternational League otltllt took nvl-i
vantage of Ihc wildnosH ol Claude
Brady i:i tin- sixth inning ?ml scored
*l\ times, making certain u game wn.ch
the Coils starten out to win m champ
tonRhlp form. The Una: score was 131
Charley Strain started in the I.ox'
for drittln and performed inimitably. I
31c was hit freely In spots; hut al?
ways managed to pull out of the holes,
except In the second, fourth and Itftli.
when two. two and otic were made,
Innig.*, irowevor, lie showed t'hnt he j
has the goods when it comes to Hing?
ing and that he is a youngster who!
1s willing to learn. j
1 t.tli the sixth tlvc <'olts played
rings around the class A A team. The j
way thing- were going the- locals np
peared us Hie higher priced hoys, i
while the visitors looked like buskers'
of the weakest variety Qilare, out in
left for Toronto. )K evidently in bad1
condition, for several hits into his |
territory landed s.if. which should i
have been ease outs. In fact, the
whole Toronto team looks slow. There
Is no: that pep evident which one ex?
pects from a league just a little be?
low the majors.
Griffin got good practice for his club
and the practice Is worth the while.
Br?dy, wen though wild, is not entire-)
ly responsible foi the sextette of|
counts In the sixth. Graff and Griffin
helped the winners by pulling ort bad
plays. One of the features of the gamej
was the number of sacrifice files made.
Toronto cot four and the Colt? one. :i I
total of five. Speury was the fielding
rfir with nine chances, several dllll-i
cult, to liU credit Mini not tut error.
Ituicy was the oloutcr. zettln?; three
? safeties out of five trips. It wasn't n
j i4oo?1 Biinit! ol buscbull, inn it tjfiv.o tile
' locals a chaiice t? run the i.as.-s an?
' try Some new wrinkles In the mime of
: baseball. The score follows:
All ft, II. O. A. B.
I iMnlcK. rt.! t 12 0?
oiiffiu. ib.??? i -? - a ?
i Kiournoy. cf. t 1 ? -' 0 a
1 Minns. It. i l l 2 o ii
i Haley, ti,.6 :t .t u o o
' oriiff, 3h. 2. l l e j l
1 Fnesry, ss. I o i> .'? t o
1 Thackern, c. I 0 ?> J o ?
< > llnr,, if. 3 : ? l e n
Mvrrs, ir. 3 t 0 2 0 '?
l|..)lv, m. 3 .-. a i 4 i
Kisker. <?. 1 I 2 .1 3 S
\\ llson. r. I ? o J 0 ?
Wlnnr. |. .'0 0 0 3 0
Hudolphj t. t 1 10 10
Tum!? .*J IS 1.1 jj ]| ?
Toe ?r?im t.\ innings: n
HIcluiioiKl .?.?> t o o o 2 o e? ,.
Toronto .?> 2 0 2 1 ? i it 0 -1.1
Summary: Two-basc hits?O'Hare, KUher,
Msec (21, MeCnnnell. Tlir<>?-hn?.- i,i:_r>rnii
Sj.tiia.-e lilts?Speary (21. Sncrtflca
nlcs?Shaw, nalton. Klsher, Itudolpli nti-l
Thiiekem stolen bares?lirHYin, Itudolpli
Double piny?Spenry to Itatcy. Hnse mi ba!'?>
Off Winter. .1; ..fr Str.Uu. 1: off Had.. ?s.
??'f lllldolpo. I. I.efj on bases? lllrhinond, 7;
Toronto, ri. Hlti-Ofr strain. ? In .". tut,I.ig?!
off nrnri>, :, in t innings; on Winter. ? In ?
Innings; oft Itudolpli. I In Ihnlftg*. Struck
out?Hy Strain. by Winters, S: >.\ Itu
7 L ":t ,>v Pitched htiU-riourm.v.
mii.ia pitches?Strain; Hrndj Ttm- o*
game. 2.20. t'mplre. Westervelt ' 1
.At lost the Any Is her?. All of the
amateurs hat-) looked forward to tills I
day with grunt expectation, and uli I
are keyed up to Hie highest pitch, J
awaiting thai all-Important moment!
when "Ills UlllpH'' shall sally torth it]
all of his majesty and call out the
Wonderful words, "Play hall." thereby
shirting for the ensuing Six months I
that good-natured rivalry which teniis
to mal! 3 good citizens of the young-. J
f. Lei s of any town.
The preliminaries to this great event
will he the uililress to the hoys of j
Governor William Hodges Mann, fol-j
lowed by Mayor Duvld Crockett Ricii
tirdson, all to take place in fr hi oil
tin- Capitol to-day at - I'. M. sharp.!
Following the address3H 01 the Gbvef-j
nor and .Mayor, the l>oys will bei place.I |
in automobiles, and the following line j
of march will be taken over the city:!
r'rdni the Capitol Mini.ling to Gover?
nor Street, to .Main Street, lo Seventh
Str-.it. to Franklin Street, to Allen
Avenue, to Broad Streut, to City Halt,
where- the parade will disband, ihn!
teams opening up us follows: I
Buttle Axes vs. Ashland, at Christ
Church Grounds; Uni pi res, O'ToOlo and
Collegians vs. Richmond Grays, at
Hyrd 1'ark. empires, Regain and
! I icka
Southern Bell vs. A thistles, em?
pires, Mcseou ami Sloades.
Where Thej Play To-Day.
Woodall iv Quarles vs. Tyler's Cham-1
i-l- i.s, at HyrU Park. Umpire, Mr. Hot-I
H.nton HeiphtP vs. Horace S. Wright
Company, at Burton Height.".. Umpire,
Mr. Willis.
Ciir'o vs. (Calm's, at F?lrmoiint Park.
Umpire, Mr. Spitzer.
Hustlers vs. Cardinals, at Hyrd Park.
Utlipi I-, 1 in ughorty.
Ramblers vs. Cubs, at Hat vie Park.
Umpire, linker.
Harpies vs. Giants, at Oakwood Park.
Umpire, Nichols.
All K.imeh Hurt at \ P. M.
I'nable rV flpcjb nl Home.
The SoutlldiMi-">lT?!ll team has not as
yet settled upon: It* future homo
grounds, hut his he u tendered the
grounds of the Union Theological Sem?
inary tor the opening Kann- with the
Ashland boys. They expect to have
a large attendance at th.-ir g-ime, as
they have a large following th >niselves,
and in? doubt this will he reinforced
by th- fanq from Glfifer piirk iind vi.
(lallle Me Looks f;?iot|.
The Haul.- Axe Club opens the sen
sou ;.t the i.'. A. held this afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock with tin sir..r,^. Ashland
tcim. Managt r Imker him hud Ins
hands fun tl?. lie at two weeks to make
up his t.-am from h sit-ong array of
talent. The loss of both R?chling arid
Btralii, his best pit.-lots, has been
h..rrt to a\), but h. lias cr.-et conti?
nence in bin new recruit. Ward, who
glv.-s . very evidence ,.f |?eiiiK a star
siatjman uen. >A\>hliflcld. who pitched
?ucM great hail tor the Battle Axe
ter.m last your, will alternate in the
box. (lay ami 1. Ito.-hling are tlght
in?: It out for the position ..r catcher,
with the odds in fn\<.r of Hav. who is
"" uii'is'iallv heavy hatter for a catch
or, having nn average of .30^ for in.-t
season, tlulchci- will play Hrst base,
and gives evidence ol becoming 11 star,
nh he batted .::ii last year. "Tunny"
Dowdon will play second, and Is with?
out a piser. For the shortstop posi?
tion Dogge tl, Uady and Dyson are
HkIuIiik -it out. Kr?nk nimmt will
plhy third base, nnti he has been hit -
ting tue ball hard m all the practice
games. For the outfield, Schmidt and
Uowers, >d last year's team, and KI*no
fire running a neck-and-neck race for
the two positions,
The Untile Axe will have this year
the heaviest batting team in the
league, as seven 61 tile players hit over
.itOtl Ihmi season, ami three over .2S5.
Ilimlliri and ('ordinal*.
The Hustlers will open the Central
I. , ami. to-day with the Cardinals,
The line-up of both teams is as fol
l" wm ;
. i natters ?- Amos. shortstop; r.ahi
neiiu, second base; Nichols, llrsi base:
Flnkie, centre held; Tlnslcy, third
has.-; niankcnshlp, left neui: Moles,
cntchor; Saintdcrs, pitcher; Ar right,
right Held; Tyler, centre Held; Whin. u.
plt?li?r; Iv'ain. pitcher; IJlnckburn,
Cardinals?A. Pitzhugh. catcher;
Fear, shortstop; Edwards, centre Held:
II. Fltzhugh. third base; Bryant, ilrat
base; Eubank, left field; Vincent, pitch?
er; Kosh, right. Held; Phillips, second
base; Taylor^ batcher; Fovlla, pitcher.;
peters, shortstop.
T;hd gauio will start at 1 o'clock.
OflhMul scorer, a. Voikmaiin, Jr. i'm
plre, Dougherty.
Races at Fair Grounds Monday
Preceded by Spectacular Street
Procession To-Night.
Preparatory to tie- motorcycle races,
i which will i.e held at toe l air C!rounds
Monday afternoon, a monster parade
will be held to-night, beginning at ;
o'clock ntr.1 starting front Madison and
I Iii und Streets. The line of inarch will
bo i rum that point down llroad Sin ei
I tu Klglith, lo Main, to Twenty-elg.lth
I and hack over the first course. Tiyri
I automobiles will In ad the parade,
i ?hich ?tu Include forty motocycles
I with "?riders from Norfolk, Newport
i News and this . Ity.
I Tli? neos Monday will begin at t
' o'clock, immediately preceding the
I aces?-at 0 o'clock, to he accurate?an
I Kastor etc: hent will be held on the
grounds for the benefit of the. children
The races, which will include n t'.iree
I cornered chnmploiisl Ip event between
I ittchmoml, Norfolk and Newport New?,
will be hCild under the auspices of the
obi Dominion Motorcycle Club.
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I Special tu The Tlmca-Dispatch. |
Droniu, \"n.. April :..?After a game
full of sensational plays MeCuire'K
team, of Richmond, defeated Kork
Union Acailcmy by tha seoro of 7 to 1.
The local* took 11 brace in the lust
half a mi hold the visitors well In hand.
Ilulehor pitched in magnificent form
for Ihe Itichiiioiidttrs. Ancell and
llulchet- led their team at the bat.
Ancell also put up a star Holding game,
fc.pr the Academy, Merger and Alex?
ander featured ut the bat, each ?o
< iii ing a home run ami n triple. Snond
and Hu I Icy put Up a good Holding gnute,
Batteries: For McOulre's. Ilulehor
and Scales; Fork Union, Merger and
Daniel. Umpire, It. SI. Perkins.
[Special to The Timcs-Dlspatch.] ?
Wake forest, N. C.. April b.?In a
game that was slow and replete with '
errors by the visitors. Wake Pores!
won from Randolph-Mnxon by a score
Of ' to I. The visitors' Infleld worked
bad from beginning to end, the third
has.unan being; tlic one exception. Fit li?
ce tie, lor VVaKC Forest; by a long run
?ri deep centre, rubbed the visitors of
what at tlrst seemed to be good tor a
home run. Output four ups, I'tley, for
W ake Korest, inddc three nits and three
runs. while Turner, out ot four i
chanceS, made two hits. Turner's peg?
ging was excellent. Mane, In left Held, .
unl "good work tor the visitors.
Score. R. 11 B. 1
Walto Forest . ? '?' 2
Randolpli-Miicon . I > '
Batteries: fates and Turner; arcane
and Uuyle. Struck ouU?By Catcs, l;
by Qrcene, l liases on balls- -on
fates. 2. Oft tire. lie. ". Two-base hit??
Oayle, of Itandolph-Mncon.
victory FOtt riuxin.
DefentH Amhersl In Slow but Interest?
ing IJume. I
[Special to Thi Tllhes-DlSp?lch.] .
Durham, N. f.. April <>.? In a slow
but Interesting game Trlnlt) took tnc
s. eond of Hie series from Amhersl to- i
day by Hie sc.r ? of S to 3. Amtierst
used two twlrlcra dining the contest.
Tilden replacing Whltcman in the third I
ult r six hits and seven runs iiad beCtl
made by the locals. Tilden held Trinity
to two hits, and one run was madi oft
him. Kunlpo. lu the box for Trinity,
was good In the pinches, but allowed
nine iiits. J. Thompson and Anderson
were good in the Haid tor Trinity, arid
fuller neeepted Hfteen uhance? with?
out a fumble, for thi visitors, Uurt, at)
llrst. showed ni> exceptionally well. .
Score; U-1
A inborn i . o i o f. o o o 2 o?:i
Trinity . 2 ? 0 0 t ? 0 ;? '-\
Summary: Struck out?by Wnltoman
1; bv Knnipe; :t. Buses on balls?off
VV hi tertian. 5; off Tilden, 2; off Kampe
r: lilt bv pitcher?Sw.isey. Two-base
hits?.1 Thompson (2>. Vernon, Dint.'
Stolen buses ?Audi >rM. -'; Trinity. 1.
Sacrlllce hits?Amherst, ::; Trinity, 6.
'lime, 2:20. Umpire, Rowe.
IH.ton, niiilliiec ami nlgbl?"McFatl- ?
dea'M Flats."
Ditl>erlnl llusslan Dancers.
Alexander Vullnine is leading dam ? r
witii the Russian Dancers, who win bo
seen at th. Academy, on Monday, l.ik?
Mlkail Morkkln, Si. Volini'ne comes
fiom the Iniporial Opera House at .Mos-,
. ow and bears the title of '?Premier
Danseur Classlque.", "it the stage he
leoks nior; like ?? distance runner ot
some university track team thai! a pio-J
fcsslonal dancer. It might be ihougiii*
mat a mail gra .fui and light upon
the stage woUlu bd "son and perhaps
effeminate In real 11 f*. but such is nut
tlie case. He I? ?? virile a til lite.
The Imperial Russian Dancers will
play a return engagement ut tin: Acad?
emy on .Monday, mints now selling.
V. P. 1. IO I'l.AV V, .M. I.
j lr>t Oaine in Lyiiehliunc To-llay ivud Sec
onil ut Kuunoke un Monday.
[Special lb Tlio Tltiic?-Dlsyatch.J
Dlacaaburg. Va.i Ai.ru i -change bus,
been mini. In the orlslnul schcdulo, and V.
p. i will play <??> ?aiiies ?galnct its old
rival*, V. M. I- Leaving ihn kecund lea in to >
,i . battle wllli Rutgers College here Hutur-1
mo. tlie ur.-i l?um "Hi *" to l.yiiebburti on
the eurly train that morning, pluy Hie Dux-I
luglon endet? liiere ihm af in noun, and ie-1
iura to itoanaika Monday for iho annual
i:a-:ei Moiida) guine; As thli I? the only
11inn the Tuch? will bu ?etai in l.ynchhlirif
tills s-asoii. it Is likely th.it ihe same Will
ilrsw i. hit: crowd, and the Baster Monday
ifiiin? in liohtioke slVayi attract* (overs of
I.IlSellllj; II* Wldi 114 11U il t t t>ll t? of lht? tWU
Although there hfti bnnn little Improve-'
mit.: In the weather condition*, tiiu T'-ehB
it a ye -.hewn jrrciii Improvurncint in form since
the flret samo leh days neo, tad Coach
111 is- I? eoiiehb ralily en..oiiraj;i:d In Ida work.
Ii 1> Iniposiible now for the coach to give
?mi uny regular line-up. u> there nru t>?
maiiy men who aeeih aboiil on the level ut>
far in Hitting and fielding are concM'cad,
but It li hoped that the rocuiar t.'iiru can
be fleeted after inn v. M. J. n Monday.
?. & M. <H TI'LA V F.D.
Penn Stale Hin? Kaslly by Seorr o>
T to '-'.
t.->pf clal to The. Tlmes-DUpatoh.]
Raleigh. N. C, Ajiril 6.?agricultural
hnd Mnhanlcal College lost to Ponu
! viVanla .-tat..- Collegu to-day v to 2.
the penn players outclassing tho Red
I a lid Willie in every department, of the
triune and vinnlng the contest hands
j down.
In the first Inning thi OuakerH
scored two runs on a base on balls, a
tacriHco and two singles, in tha BOV
lept), they added three more tullies on
I IIv. singles and one error. In Ilia ninth
two more runs were secured on three
I Singles, two stolen bases and an error
in the third inning A. & M. scored an
earn id run t>*i a thl'OO-bnggor by Spool'
und ,i sacrifice by Seifert, in tli?s sixth
Robertson knocke.i the bail thrOugn
the rOotbllll lileuchora in right hold,
necuring a hunie run.
The features ol the gams were the
1 all-around playing of the Keystone
State tenm, the dilllcult cat oh pv Staf?
ford, of a unc drive to left held by
( lyberlelh, tiio thras-base nil by Speer
und the home ruh by Hoburtbou.
Score: it il. IS.
A. |? M. 00 1 00 1 000?2 8 a
Polin, State.L' ii 0 0 0 3 ? U 2 ? 7 12 1
Matterles Jaynes and Seifert; W?rde*
I Well and I tend :i sun
tslilitnil to Tin} iinttle Aie.
(Special i.> Tie Tlmes-Dlapatcb.J
Aihland, I'a.i April f. ? AShhiiid win meet
the Maule Aif !<?:,!? in the opnnlnK Kam?
of the lesson to-morrow afternoon In lllrh
iiiond ot, tier . |,i in i hmeh IUId. Lat? thi?
nfnineon Aiibtani Manager flrldgea gave
...ii thi following probable lluc-iip und bai?
ling >.r^er for Arhland lu to-morrow's itnme;
MeredlUi, heeond base; Trovlloan, centre
ihcirt: Un'mvr. khortetop; Rlahlon, pitcher:
Jordan, runt Mold, Rum :naptaln), third
Iba??; iriunrd?. ..leoUm. Wlifhtman.
Jfl?'<it Blakey, flr?t e???
I Star Twirler Driven From Slab
for First Time in His
I I .Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. 1
i Lynchburg. Vn? xVprll Moran, the
cruck southpaw or Washington ami
who has Signed will, the Detroit
! Americans, suTiered his first chase
, from lhe slab In his career to-day.
when Colombia landed on htm hard
in the third, tlnnlly winning a see
saw game, ,", (0 4, Mortui*? trottbl?
started on a bad 1? ^ to second to
break up a saeriflce. Wohster. In
centre, lei the ball net !? and Iwb runs
scordyt, to be followed quickly by a
"ingle, saerlfle,; and !.-.mine,c triple,
lompklns, who succeeded Moran.
stopped the rum h'tting and got credit
tor the Iosm of t|lt. Ki,lor the store
was tied in thn sixth, when two
hits and an oiitiiei,| Hiicrificu brought
the winning run over. Peoples It11 ?1
elean hunter over left In the fourth'
with a mau on ahead him. ttoth-I
well went welt li, in, pinches, but '
he was hit hard when hits d.du't I
the score:
If. .
Shaw, s?. 4
\V illia ms. r. I
Ki.11.II. lb. 1
I.oumiei, rf. 1
Ki t 14 ttson, of. 1
Krludricks, 3b.;
Ciretsch, 2b.
Kolbe. 11. p. ,
Totals .32 r, 11?
"A "Mi 1 rm 1 en ami I.er.
A II. H. 11
Donahue, o.4 1 1
Webster, cf.s l
Smith, ib. 4 0 I
Stewart, rf. I 0 0
Bone, rf. 4 1 1
itattry, .Mi. 1 0
Peoples, lb. 1 1 2
Erwin, ss. 4 o 1
Moran. p. 1 o 0
ToinpKins. p.z 11 (1
II. O. A. 13.
I 10 0
1 - ii 0
O. A. B. I
S 3 0
Totals .
.-. ore by innings.
Columbia .
Washington and Let
Summary: Three-1
Dome runs?I'cenlei
.34 4 10
11 4
lt. I
, ,0 0 1001 n n 0?5
.1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0?t I
ist lilts?-tuo mm el.
Stolen bases? |
Uietucb, Hothwell, Hot,, and Kafir
p uble plays?Qrclsch, Shaw and I
Klendl. Socrillco hits?Samplers, Shaw, 1
Williams it). Urotsch and Webster.
Sacrifice fly?Saunders, Base on bails,
?Off Tompklns, Left on bases?Co
lumbln, :?, Washington and Lee, 4. ,ilt
by pitched bails? By Moran. 1
(Grotsch). lilts?Off Moran. .'. in 2 1-1!
innings: off Tompklns. r> in ?.'-.?> In?
nings. Struck out?L!y ltotliwell, S;
by Moran, I; L>> Tompklns, fi. Time
oi' gam-.?"Ml. Umpire?Wooluns.
foulen! nt HlnrUKhiirg ' ?> I'reKlrNI of
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlupatch.]
Blacksburg, Vu? April 0.?in th?
prettiest game SO far "f the season
V. I'. I. defeated Rutgers College here
this afternoon by a score of 4 to 2.
The Techs started their stick work
In the tilth Inning, making three runs
011 a single by .lotos, followed with
a single by l.egge < an error by
the visitors and smother hll? They
scored again in the eighth on two bits
and an error by the vi.iltnra. Rutgers
made two runs In the sixth on a hit,
a pass and when Urtica, V. P. I.'s left
Hehler, misjudged a fly ball.
Batteries: V. I* r . i'hllton and l.egge:
Rutgers; Danu|s and Bowen. lilt.-,
im Dennis, ?;. off ChUton, Errors?V.
P. I., 6; Bulgers, 7. Umpires, Miles and
Former It Ich men,1 "Monngcr dolus Shn
trrV Squad.
Norfolk. Va. April 6.- The announce-]
ineut was made yesterday af tern/ion
?by Skipper Shafer that he has signed
Ed .Mullaney to [day the outfield, CleOj.
Cowiin as regular catcher, ami efforts
nr.- also being made to get tnileldcr
Joynes, the well-known local player,
Who Is believed to have a future, to
Join his team.
Militancy Is a heady, steady player,
and will do Ins to steady the Tars.
Ed last s.-ason showed up well al
iii" but. and Is in the best of condition
to deliver the g..odH this season. As
an Inside man he is reputed by the,
manager to be there with classy j
ussoriuisjl^s ..f goods.
"Scrap-Iron" Cowan will also make!
u good min for the team. He 's one!
of the hardest working backstops in
minor company, is always 'n a ganm
to wiii. and, besides, has ability.
George Is sure be popular with the
fans. !
(if course every fnn In the city
wants t<> t'?? I lor bort JoynOH don a
Tar uniform. He Is a promising Colt,
and in the '?; nloil of baseball men
of Judgment, has a future In the.
national game if lie Is wise enough to
work haul nnd lake cure of himself.
Johnson '?> PHoh Mo.id ay.
Owner Bradley yesterday wired
Clark CSrlilHh, manager of the Wash?
ington American L,ua|*ue team, to lind
out If Johnson, the wonderful pitcher
with tl.:,; club, would go In the box
in Richmond against the Colts on Men
da v. A reply came last night that
Johnson would positively pitch part of
the Monday game.
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stock of putt- . : ilte Model "T" and
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Tigers Play Greac bphili Game Against Vir
ginia?southerners UuifLld and Oatnit Visi?
tors?Kixev VVeakens low.ir< Lnd.
{Special to The, Times-Dispatch I ,
Charlottoavlllo, Va., April 5.?In ft
determined ninth Inning rally, Prince- |
ton defeated Virginia to-day, 6 to ::.
The Tigern played ii great uphill game
In the fae.! of the heal opposition they
have encountered this season In coir
tanks. Up to the seventh ln-1
jiinK. with the .-rore standing :i to o
In favor of Virginia, they had secured
but three hits oil of itixoy, Virginia's
clover southpaw, un<] had made no
runs. In that session Captain Sturrott,
who had twiee previously fanned,
laced a home run drive to deep light1
Held. ]n the eighth Parker tripled
to left Held, and registered oh a passed
Pcndleton opened (h- ninth by strik?
ing out; but Princeton was yet game.
Worthlngtdti drew a pass. Sain Whit
singled to left field, and Sterten
placed n drop fly back of shortstop,
ililniK the i,Rlxey fanned Iteed,
ibut Issued a tree pass to llerger,
forcing in W?rthlngtoh and tying tin
score. Parker put the game on Ice
with a scorching line drive, which
struck Just inside the foul line In rlghl I
Held, clearing the bases, the big loft 1
Held er stopping up at third. Rlxey I
fanned a total of eleven. That he
weakened toward the end of the con-1
test was evidently dllo to thy fact that
he has worked very little this week III
regular games, only three or four in-j
nings against St. John's.
Virginia oulflelde?] and oil thli Ihe
Tigers. There was not tlie semblance
of an error. Rile made a spectacular
running catch of Lear's long dy le
tweon rlghl and centre In the sixth,
and in the next session Douglass won
applause when he stabbed Heed's liner,
which looked to be out or' his reach.
Flnlay and Douglass led with the stick,
each getting three hits:. The former
put up n clever game at backstop, lu
the first Inning he easily caught Poh
dleton, who tried to pilfer third. The
fleet-footed Tig. i slior.lstop stole a
1'n.he In the fourth, however, after
I boating oui a hunt.
\ The innre Tlgei inllcld worked with ,
much precision, Willie ?n<l Pcntlleton
1 accepting oVory chance that came their
! way. Wqrthlngton made a pretty
' running catch of farters foul fly in
l tin: eighth. The Virginia Playern
leave on the early mornlitg train for;
! Norfolk, w hen- they meet Vale to?
! The ?coro; I
I'rtnrelon. I
I A B II. O. A. K.
Pon rile ton, sit. i 2 ?'? i o
Wort hingt on. .Th. :?; o l o o
While, 2b. I 1 I :t o
St. t ri tt, c. I 2 11 o 1
Heed, ri.,. 4 o i o o
Rergcr, ef. :t o i n o
Parker, if. 4 " t l <?
llhodcS, lb. 4 0 lo l fi
I,cut. p. i 0 1 2 I
A.H. II O. A. K.
I inlay. . fi 3 18 I n
! I.lie., cf. :i -' i M 0
I Douglas?, ss. 4 :t t 2 b
NefT. 3b. 3 0 2 (i o
(?alter, lb. 4 I 2 (1 0
1 Pltchctt, If. :* ') '-' 0 (i
I Hewitt, 2b. 0 I o o ,
i Ijihdes, rf. :t " 2 0 (?
I Ulxey, p._4 0 ti 0 c ,
Totals .32 9 27 :t 0
! Score by Innings: It.
Princeton . onnonnti 4?r.
: Virginia . 1 o t 1 0 o n d 0?::
S ii in tu ?'> r y: Huns ? Worthlngtbn,
White. Stcrrott (2); Bergor, Parker,
Kin lay (3). Two-base hits?Pondlcton,
: Kllllay. Three-base hits?Parker (2).
i Mom.- run?Sterrett, stolen base?
Pendleton. Base <>n balls?oft Dear,
: i; otf Rlxey, 2. Left on bases?Prince
' ton. 2; Virginia, T.. Sacrifice?N'eff.
Struck out?ny Lear, D: by Itlxey, 11.
Passed Palis?Plnlay. Time of game
Two hours. Umpire?Lush (Montreal).
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Lynchburg. Va., April 5?Manager
Stocksdale now has eighteen men in
the Fair Grounds camp and a (ow
more men are expected to show up j
aoon. Nothing more has boon hear.l
from '"Ruck" Hooker, tho Unite of'
Richmond, hut he will probably bo on I
the job next week. Mart Wollums,
who has been umpiring In the Wash- |
Ington and Hoc games, returns to the j
fold Monday morning, and after that j
Hart will show tho fans some hard
work. I
Catcher Burden, of Georgia, who has
been 111 with tue grip, is still out of I
the fold, and there Ufa several p.liters
yet to report, Wlttrock, tlie man se- j
cured in a liitle brush with Scrantoh, i
being among the number. Barth, the
New York inlluldur. Is still laid up with
a bad ankle, but he may show up
(luting the coming week.
The men now in cump aro:
Catchers?Gross and Hraum.
Pitchers?O'Brlne, Allen, Lovott,
Drennlng, Starke, Vlckory and Patter- j
Inflelders?Bngwoll, Zannelll, Barth,
Howen, Keating' and Hummel
Outlielders?Morrison, Nixon und,
Deep Ilim Hounds.
The Deon Run Hounds of the Country
Club will meet at Brookt's tstore this after?
noon ni -1 o'clock. Tho course Is a very at?
traction one, and ihln chasa will probably
h? the last.of tho season. Tho hounds will
urrlv? at th? Country Cluh about b;SO
' [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Norfolk, Va? April 6.?Tho poor
playing of the home team was respon?
sible for New York's victory over Nor?
folk to-day. A wild throw by Lusky
to first scores two Yankees, and gave
them the game. Up to that time tho
[ visitors played only an ordinary game,
1 and ran bases like ?'bush leaguers."
The visitors' hit the ball hard and
often, but were caught on bases or |
' retired on double plays. Staub, fori
1 Norfolk, drove tho ball to the ferico
I for throe bases in the third, and,
\ scored On a ily lo right ileld.
I Score by innings: H. II. E.
NOW YorK _ 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0?.") 10 3
Norfolk . 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0?3 0 3 I
Batteries: Elliott and Uowan, - and |
Joyce und Lusky; Holl und bergen.
Petersburg Defeat -d.
rSpeclal lo TIM Times-Dispatch.]
Petersburg, Va., April 6.?Newark
and Petersburg played a close and
I exciting game this evening, whi . was
marked by the bitting of both teams;
Spencer und Husch carried off the
I honors for the home team. The Ooob
ers made a great rally in tho ninth in?
ning, when the score stood S lo 3 in
favor of Newark. Caralan, who was
I sent In to bat' for McDonald, singled.
I and Bronha'g'nn and Laurence were
I easy outs. Simmons singled, nnd
Caralan scored. Busch followed ?Uli
n single and scored Simmons, wlto hud
worked his way to third. .Barno got.
a base on balls, and Spencer's line
drive down by first base scored Busch
, and Barnett Anthony ended the game
with an easy out at first. Crlger and
Lawrence both pitched good ball fnf
the hi.nir team.
Victory for llnnxllle.
[Special to Tin, TlmcS-Dlspatch I
Danville Vit., April 5.?Daiivlllo, Vir?
ginia league, il. f. ;il.-,| tb<. New Yoik
National UCaguo (Vannlgana) to-day
by [he scor- ..f <. to I. Tin, locals
scored all their runs In the third jn
niug by hitting Plorcb hard) and on
dumb nlnys by tho visitors. They
baited In otic of their runs
lleertllta Trie.I Hal.
Washington, April ;..?Trying out
two recruit pitchers proved the un?
doing of the Washington American'-,
when tin y were defeated to-day by tho
Boston Nationals, T to ?..
Score: It. il. i:.
Washington .r. s .?
rtoston .7 7 J
?latteries: tingle. R?chling and Ain
srnlth and Wi.Hams: Tyler and Gowdy.
i bniiiplonn llnve l-.tmy Victory,
Philadelphia. Pa.. April " --Tho
world champions defeated the li.H
adelphln Nationals here to-.lav In (hit
fourth gattu- ,,f die spring series. Th-t
score was H to o. Rach team has now
won two games. Tl.. Nationals tot
but one bit. a single l,y Knabe, off
lloiick, who plltclicd live Innings. Tin?
Americans batted Schultz and Ras
m?ssen hard
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The Imperial Russian Dancers
Of Si. Petersburg mid MoSeow..
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That kcal Funny Fellow,
Billy B. Van
The Beaumont Sisters,
Ami 50 more, ^cr
In the New M?s? al Gomcdy,
A Lucky Hoodoo
City Auditorium
Three Concerts De Luxe.
Monday Night, S:30.
Tuesday Matinee. 3 P. M
Tuesday Night. 8:30.
By America's Greatest Concert
and His Orchestra
and the
Victor Herbert Sextette
Reserved Seat Tickets. 60c, $1.00,
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April f> apd tt.
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