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MADE OFF GR1FFIH His Great Work in Box Givc3 Danville Easy Victory Over Roanoke. [Special to The Tlines-Dlsuatch I Danville, Vb? April ?0.?Steve Gas ton's groat pitching enabled DunVUl* to deteut Roanoke with ease to-day. xno score was ? lo 1. only In the llrst >nnlng were the visltorb abl? to hit Cjasto,,, lltl(J a uaB0 on lmll(. lwo Hi|i Kits and uii error gave tnein their only run. After that Oaston allowed hut one hit. Hoy Clunk starred win ''at- Bettrng a homer and two ?in. m.d ? nane. H. Catcher Lucia i inaao his debt as a Toi.aceonlst and landed two hits In as many times up. ?,..< *ealu''0 Of the name was a Sen* rational ono-hunded running eulch by Wallace of Holland's ncreamliiB lljio i drive to deep ng?i. r.-mi. . i|. speared l"0 hall wiln his gloved hand. Pretty catches were also made by Clunk and L>avc. oaston. whiK .sm. ids, for Run. ?uke, fielded cleverly. The score: llouuoLc. Cf. 4 i) z ? n Gannon, ih. :t j n ? , Newton, ss. i ;; ? . Holland, if. 4 I j ,, ,^ Presaly, nb. :; 0 ? ?? , COUttS, |f. ; ,, ? : Shields, SI., i o , ;j J Cooper, c. .; 11 Si 8 1 AVaidion, |)., 3 a ? ;l , Totals .30 3 ii 13 j Uaavllle. AB. H. O. A, i: Runzer. 3b. I 1 0 ' I D. Oaston. ib. 4 j ;: i Schr?der. In. ;; 11 m ,, , Wallace, cf. ;s 0 ' u Clunk. If_.-. I 3 ?? 0 , Hudglns, rf.; 0 1 0 L Jackson, es. 2 1 u 1 11 I Lucia, c. - j y ii ? ' ?. Oaston, p. 2 n 11 4 i| Totals .2~ 9 IT 9 . \ Score by Innings: P. Danville .0 i) t 1 2 0 0 1 ??3 Roanoke .1 0 0 o 0 0 1 0 0?1 Summary: Runs?Clarmon, Runser, D. .Oaston. Clunk, Jackson (-'. Stolen bases?Runser, I'rcssly, Saerinc? hits?Schr?der, Lucia, 3. Oaston. Sue. rlflce fly?Wallace Two-baso h'??D. Caston. Home run -Clunk. Double piny?1). Oaston, Schr?der. Belt on bases?Roanoke. C. Danville, '.' Bas? on ballB?By s. Oaston, > (Gannon. Newton, Prcssly, CouttS) l by Wald roil. 1 (Jackson). Struck out ? By s. Oas? ton. g: by Waldron, '-' First base on errors?noanoko. 1. Passed ball?Lu? cia. Time ol K?me, 1.0". 1 in pi re, Alv Teaguo. NORIH CAROLINA DEFEATS GEORGIA Chapel Hill. N. C. April P.C.? The first ol a series of lwo Ifnftll ' between the University 61 Georgia and the Uni? versity of North Carolina was bagged by tho Tar Heels this aftc rnoon by the ?coro of ti tl 6. The North Carolinians took the lead in the nrat Inning, knock Bedlngflcld otit of the ;.o\. Brannen was put on the mound, >tid from Ihell until the last ball wt's called It was nip and luck between t'ic two South? ern teams, only Dee, the Tar Heel's twlrlor. proving a bit superior to "raunen. The errors In the lidding t finde by the Georgia i rackers were unite: balanced by t'jeir long drives of ih.- ball through contreflold. Mc \Vhorter, centre Uelde- for Georgia, parked the ball at a longer range than has been seen In this section in many moons. Covington knocked a three bagger. It was S game throughout replete with exciting plays, with the favorable chances always of Georgia tying the score. Tho second game is scheduled for to-morrow: Score by Inning?: It.' H. B. Georgia . tU 0 0 0 3,0 3 0?5 S 6 Carolina . 3 002 00 2 0 ??5 7 '-' Batteries: North Carolina, Lee and Rklnk: OrorKic, Benlng:teld. Brannen nnd Bowden. I # Stylo ^JlllllUllllllllllllllltlllllilillllllllllllllllUlll?llllllllllllllliig' These New Crossetts | Are Distinctly Original. i= Style 3254, with its broad tread, broad shank and low heel, is just the shoe for those who do con? siderable walking. It is particu? larly comfortable and remarkably durable. rossctt MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" TR ADC MARK EE Style 3253 is a fine moucl for EE either dress or walking. It is EE straight, narrow, drop-toe, fiat in EE the forefoot, with a 124-inch EE heel. Unsurpassed for general EE purposes. $4 to S6 everywhere = Lewis A. Crossctt, Inc. H Maker EE~ North Abington, Mais. ^flllllillllllillllllllllllllilllllliiliniilllllilllilllilllllllll?^ CAMPAIGN PLANS 10 BE DISCUSSED Richmond-Washington Highway Corporation Begins Active Work To-Morrow. The members and chairmen of the sevctal committee! appointed by lleury \v. Ander* .-on. ivesldent oi the Richmond-Washing ton Highway Corporation, to aolkll ?loci; subscriptions to too iio* enterprise, win gather at an informal luncheon In the grill* mom o| the JelYerion Hotel to-day to form dennlte plans fur pursuing \nd carrying in .i successful conclusion the campaign for ihr needed ?7 >?><). Bach' maInnan lias named the mombera of hla tommittec. and Hi" city has been divided Into districts In order to expedite the work. The campaign will begin bricht and early to-morrow. Bach day during the campaign tne com mitteea will meet at the Jefferson, whtre irports will be mad' 10 Srt.tct.iry It. II. Allpert, ol the progress inadc during the day. A list oi the subscribers to the fund fiom day lo day will Oo printed In The Times-Dispatch. President Anderson will preside ,*t the luncheon tn-da... and will lu slruct (he committees .lust what Is expected of them. I'. Is believed that to a man the merchants* piofca-ionai inrn and nianu'fac turera *.v i JI come to the aid of this great, permanent highway, which Will not only Serve a* a link in the Iniernntlona! highway, .)i|.'HfllMC from Qurfce. io Miami, hut will tiring IlK-hmond closer to the farmers liv? ing along the route. In Ilk,- mannet It Will help tu- farmer, primarily, lessening the i et; ?r bringing his product to market, and also lessening the <.o?i of maintenance on his rolling etock, as well as preserving his horses. The ,'arir.crs have come to a realization Of the economic vaiu* of this highway, and are ?UbM.s-S-lg liberally. It i-maliis f?r the ? Itles to do tnelr part. Richmond Will not oe lathing, AMUSEMENTS. BIJnu ? Lucille l.n \ erne, in ?Ana Hoya." To Academy Vest Week. j Another large nudienrc sreeted lAI- . elite I.a V.erno and her stock company at the Bijou last night, Next week the company will move into the Acad? emy of Music, which will be its per? manent homo during the summer. ?'Clarice" will be the attraction ne\t w.-rlc. seats for which will be on sale to-morrow. JOHN MARSHALL READY FOR GAME High School and Academy Play Third of Series This Afternoon. John Marshall High S-hool will meet Richmond Academy this nfter 1100:1 at 4 o'clock at Broad .Street 1'arK. This is the third game of the series and promises to be a good one. The iwo games that ha-, c already beeil played were very close, the first "no being 3 to : (twelve Innings), in favor of John Marshall High .School; the sec? ond one S to I, also in favor of the high school. Academy has a Rood team for the first time in several years, and hopes to tatke the high a-.-!. ;o? lads into camp. The high BchoollteS have no fear of losing, however. Cogblll, who was out of the game last Friday on account of a sore los. will piny to-morrow. Coach Woodson I Is always at ease with Cogblll on 80C I ond. "Old Reliable'1 Robins promises 1 to duplicate his heavy hitting In Km : p'orla. The high school followers cx . pect Quartes to show his usual good ! playing at short. "'aptaln Hoover has hlH trusty right arm ready for th< I academy boys who try to steal sec? ond. Gentry Is Pliening In fine form thil I year, IBs friends, both out of towti and in town, will be giad to know I that he won his game with high ! School's n>09t respected rivals; t'.lo Mc I GuIre's. On Saturday high school goes out to Southwest Virginia for a game with fluster Springs Academy. We hope to add their scalps to our collection. Seay will probably pStch to-mor? row for high school, with academy I using Ilarrtson, , Let all loyal supporters of 'both teams be on hand to-morrow and help I the players with a little, rooting. Muhl Outtlchts MrKrnnon. N>w ork. April CO ?Bob Molia. 0I WT.v.-au kee. had the better of r?vtn of the ten round? foufhl nlili Bill McKrnnon. o.' Boston, at the St. Nicholas Athletic C-.ub to-night. HpHE United States Tire Company, of New * York, announces the opening of a Service Station in Richmond at No. 709 West Broad Street, where they will keep a complete stock of the famous in all sizes, types and styles of fastening. This perfects the United States Tire Company's service to its dealers in this territory. Our tires now will be supplied in a fraction of the time required to ship them from Philadelphia. Although no goods will be sold at retail at our new Service Station, every man in this terri? tory who drives a motor car will be benefited by its establishment, for time saved for your dealer is time saved for you. The United States Tire Company NEW YORK Finneran Stronger Than Uedgc peth, and Tars Take Game, 4 to 3. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Norfolk, Va., April 30.?Finneran outpitched Hedgepeth to-day and ?uved the game for Norfolk bv the narr<jw margin >>( 1 to j. Tin grounds were muddy and 't was distinctly a pitchers battle. The Ooo*oeri did not score a run until the seventh Inning. The score: Petersburg. All. II O. A. I:. Simmon;;. 2b. ."? - :: 1 o Busoh, as. :: o 3 0 a Barnett, lb. I l ?> o o Spencer, rf./?. 4 1 1 0 0 Branegan, <?. 4 0 t r. i Anthony, cf. S 0 1 1 " Carotin, if. 4 ? l n i Howodell, 3b. 3 0 l o o Hedgepeth. 1>. 4 2;131 Laughlln* . i i o o ? Totals .35 T^Jl S 3 Norfolk. AB. HJ O. A B. Dodge, ss. 3 'J 4 3 0 Mullaney, rf. t' o v o Btgble, lb. I - 1? i i) Staub, cf. 3 1 2 ? 0 Tltman. If. 3 1 0 u 0 Burgnald, ;i. 200 3 i Dougherty, 3b. 2 0 l l" f i.usky. c. 3 0 !> 2 0 Finneran, p. > 0 i 0 Totals .-3 4' 27 It :: ?Batted for llowedcll in the ninth. Score liv Innings: R Petersburg .n 0 0 o 0 1 0 1 1?3 Norfolk .10200 101 ??I Summary: Runs?Simmons <->. Big bie. i.HiiMblin. Dodge <-k Mullaney. Stolen bases?Busch. Barnett. Spencer. Dodsje ("). Mullaney. Sacrifice liit? BuruiJv.ld. Two-lbaae hits?BI";ole, Tit man, I.augliilu. First base on errors? l'otersburic. 2: Norfolk. 1. Left on ba&es?Petersburg, s. Norfolk. ::. Dou? ble play?Finnerar) to Dodge to Bin id... struck out?By Finneran, R: by Hedgepeth, 7. Bases on balls?By Fin? neran. I; by Hedgepeth, 5. Wild pitch ? Hedgepeth. 1. Tilt be pitched ball?Bv Finneran, t. Time bf game, 1:43. I'm plre, Mr. i>onoiw?e. WELL PROTECTED Ambassador Wilson Says Mex? ico's Good Disposition Is Not to Be Doubted. Washington, April so.? "The Mexi? can government's good disposition 's not doubted." wrote Henry U. Wilson. I ambassador to Mexico, In a letter ad i dressed to Representative Slaydcn, of Texas, on April 21, and made public to-day. The letter says in part; "Referring t*> ti; ?published state? ment that American citizens in Mexico were not receiving adequate protec? tion, and that many of them were seeking safety und,: the Briti-h and other foreign flau--. i can authorize I you to suy thai this story and all ! others, which reflects upon the dili? gence, activity rind llrmnoss oC cue j diplomatic ami consular establishment I in Mexico has not the .slightest toil"- j j datlon in f?ct, and are in all prob : ubility malicious inventions. I "The inability o: tne Mexican gov-l ! ernment to render at the present mo I mcnt, in all cases whel'o demands are made, effective and prunipt protection I Is on account of the enormous expense', I of the national territories, the sparse j I population and the organised and un? organised spiilt of revolution which I I prevails over consldcrabe part of tbO| j republic, not to be Impllctily relied j upon. ? ? ? "I do not hesitate to say tliat Amer-1 lean nationals are receiving better protection in Mexico to-day than any] other class of foreigners." Ilellcf I? Imperative. iioblle. Ala., April 30.?"insults to which American women and men have been subjected In Mexico, ami the dan? ger surrounding them, should impel the United States to send relief.'" This statement, accredited to Mrs. j Bernard Sweycr. la printed in the Mo? bile Item this afternoon. Mrs. Sweyer was for three years a; resident of Chihuahua. She is quoted as saying that American newspapers | have not told half the truth of con? ditions in Mexico. "I have witnessed terrible scenes," says Mrs. Sweyer. ?,'Ih the mining j country, where many Americans are J engaged, the greatest suffering and' danger exist:." HAMPDEN-SIDNEY FOOTBALL DATES Schedule for Season of 1912 Announced by Manager Proffit. ? [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Hampden-Sldncy. \"a., April so.? Hanipden-Stdnoy'a football schedule for the season of 1912 has been au liounced by Manager Proffltt. ll is Js follows: September 21?Medical College of Virginia, at Hampden-Sldney. September 2S?Virginia Military In? stitute, at Lexington. October ft?Virginia Polytechnic In? stitute, at Blacksbtirg. October 12?University of Virginia, at Charlottesvlllc. October 19?University College of Medicine, at Hampdcn-Sidney. October 20?Kandolph-Macon Col? lege, at Richmond, (championship.) November 9?Richmond College, at Ha mpd en-Sidney, (championship) November 16?William and Mary, at Petersburg, (championship.) ?lohnson Reject* OflTer. iMilunukec. Wll., April 30?Jock Johnson hSa rejected an otter of $.".?.00,) by Hugh Mr Intoih In meet Sam Lsngford In s boxing contest In Australia, according to announce? ment to-day by T. S. Andrews; of Milwau? kee. American representative for Melntosli. IN RACE FOR GOVERNOR ?. 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Walker, the heavy hitting second baseman of the oollege, was hit by a pitched ball and had to retire from the game. Thin la the llflb straight victory for the college. The next game Is with tha Union Theological Seminary ui Ashland. SPIDERS DOWN SALEM COLLEGE nichmond L'oliese yesterday defeated Ituanoke Cillrp? at Bre-id Strert Park in' a r?tlii>r onc-rtded Kam? of hasobnll S to 1. Gerat htney for niclimoad College pitched u ?ulehdld gatnCi and nai never In trouble. While the Sralcinltrs proved e.uy for lila local c'.i^h. .V fairly large crowd of en? thusiast! was out to watch the contest. CASTOR IA The Kind You Have Always Bought For Infants and Children. Bears the Signature of BOSHER'S VEHICLES Excel ;n Style, Workmanship and Durability. Best for the Money that can be Bought. Runabouts, Phaetons, Surreys, Buggies and Frazier Carts Finest Assortment in the City. THE BEST AUTOMOBILE, CARRIAGE AND WAGON REPAIRING . AND REPAINTING. R. H. BOSHER'S SONS 15 South Ninth Street. W. Fred. 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