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COLTS LOSE IN
SNAPPY BATTLE
Morrissey's Curves Prove Too
Much for Griffites?Bruck
miller Begins Work.
VIRGINIA LEAGUE
II BS LT/J'S. YESTERDAY,
ltommkr, 3j Danville, 0.
Petersburg, -i Norfolk, 3.
I.yucbhiiri;, -I Portsmouth, "
< tlilr-f--.-ii luulngsl.
Newport .News, -t Richmond, 1.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
I.OMl
< lull. \V. I,. IM , Vcnr
"cternbiirir . .% I .W.u .;ina
loanukc . ? ?"? .84? .33S
Newport ???.. H f? .r^ts ....
Norrolk . .", .". MM .7.VI
Tlchmond . ."? <l .468 .11117
Danville . I ?'? .Ill .114
I'ortntnauth .... I ?*? .Ml ....
Lynchburg . 3 ?'? ?i".->
WHERE TIIEY I'l.Al TO-DAY,
Portsmouth nt Itlcbniond.
Newport Newa ?t Norfolk,
ltonuokc nt I'eteraburR.
Dnnvllle nt Lynchburg,
Irspi-riai to 'riif Times-Dispatch, l
Newport Nawa, Va., May 1.?"Deacon"
Morrlssey's quick-breaking curves and
sensational fielding proved too stn.nn :i
combination*for the Richmond Colt? in
the. llnal game of tho series at Horo?
witz Park this afternoon, and the Ship?
builders came but victors, ~ to l.
Bru 'knilller got oiway to a had ttart,
and f;r!!.i coppi i the game In the Urn
two rounds. After the llrst two In?
nings only two Shipbuilders reached
llrst. Hales walking In the third and
being left at second, and Morrlssey
Singling to right In the fifth and being
lift at second, whither he went on a
wild pitch.
Grltttn's crew scored Its lone run In
the third. With one out. Mace doubled
to left. Bruckmlllcr fanned, but tirif
iiu sent u line drive over Batea's head,
the ball being too hot for the third
baseman, and Mace counted.
in every inning thereafter save one
tin- Colts got men on bases, but sharp
und at times sensational fielding pr>
vented a score. A remarkable one
handed catch by Mat tie, a one-handed
Catch of Griffin's line drive by Hates,
and a catch by Rogers of a foul ily.
and tho fielding of Bates, Wolle, Ten
nant, McComas an 1 Graff were Ihe f?a
tures. The score:
Newport
A.B. lt. II O. A. 13,
Plalss, rf. I o 1 0 0 0
Bates. 3b. 2 10 16 0
Wolfe, lb. :; 0 0 10 l 0
Bowen, sh. 3 0 1 '?'< l i
Tcnuant, ef. o o t l o
Oyler, 2b. 2 a u 2 o 1
Evans, if. l " ? o u 0
McDonnell !f. and 2b. 3 ? o r. l o
Rogers, c. 3 1 I I 2 1
Morrlssey, p. '-? 0 1 u I u
Totals .20 2 4 27 IS 3
Itlcbniond.
A.B. R, II. O. A. E.
Grlflin. 2b. 4 0 1 1 1 0
McOomas, .?e. 4 0 l 2 :t p
Floumoy. cf. 301210
Maltis. If. 3 11 0 3 0 0
Burke, if. 4 0 2 0 0 0
Raley, 11. 4 0 oil 0 0
Graff. 31. 2 <i 0 0 2 0
Mace, ?.2 1 1 f. 0 1
Bruckinlller, p. 3 o 0 0 2 ?
?.Strain . 1 0 0 11 0 0
Totals .30 1 C 24 3 1
?Batted for Mac- in the ninth.
Score by innings: R.
Newport News.... I 1 0 (1 0 0 0 0 ??2
Richmond . 00100000 0--1
Summary.: Two-base hits?Bowen,
Mace. Stolen basC8-*-Bates, Gruff. S."
rlnco hits?Wolfe, Maitis. Mace, .struck
out?by Morrlssey, 3 (Grlflin [2], Graff):
by Bruckmiller, Base on ball!?off
Morrlssey, 3; off Bruckmlllcr, -'. Left
on bases?Newport News. I; Richmond,
7. First base on errors ? Richmond,
Wild pitch?Bruckmlller. Hit by pitched
l,all?Morrlssey. Umpire, Mr. McBrldc.
Time, 1:36.
NINTH INNING
BRINGS VICTORY
Wol verton's Star Shows Form
and Xosc Out Towards
the Finish.
BENDER STRUCK OUT TEN
But Mackitc Gets Worst of
Break and Bows in
Defeat.
Philadelphia, May L?New York defeated
Philadelphia In a, pitchers' battle betw?n
Ford ar.d Btr.drr thli afternoon 2 to 2- The
w Inning run vvaa acorfd alter one man waj
out In th? ninth inn!- tr on Collln'? fumble
of lierdntr'i sroundor. the lattcr'a iteal and
trrn'a alngle, licr.d'r fanr.fj Kr. battmin.
Score.
Neir York. Philadelphia
All It O A E AB It O A B
Par:- t. rt. I .1 <i 0 M.ord. If... C 0 3 0
Martin, *?. i ft (? : ooidrms. cf t z i 0
nm*oni, ib t tu o <?''niiin?. io. ~ o r. l
TTa.-tzrl!. eft 1 : 0 1 Rnk-r. 3o. o 0 2 ?
/.Inn. 1!.. .?ot o ?Murphy, rf* 1O00
?'ol-'an. 2b. : 1 2 2 O.M'Innla. lb 3 I S 0 0
Gardner, io ? l : 3 i Barry. s?.. 3 0 3 s o
Htr?et. c... 4 1 t, o 0 Tlios?a?. c 3 0 !' 3 !
Ford, p.4 0 (i n 0 Bi nder, p. 4 0 0 e 0
Total? .. .51 8 SI 13 2 Total* ...S3 I 31 7 1
S^urc hv Inning; : TX.
New York.01 Oft 01 0 0 1-3
Philadelphia .o l S o o t o o 0-7
nummary: fluni?-Slmmon?, ?"o'.rman. ?lard
ner, Baker, Murphy, Two-baa? hits?Cete
man. Oldrlnr, Daniela. Thret-baae hit?Mc
Innl?. Sacrifice hrta?Melnnla, Harry. Stolen
boa.t?O'drlnir. ?'olllns. Baker, Oardner.
Double play?Oardner to .Simmons. Left on
baac??New York, 1; Philadelphia, I?. Fliat
baaa on < rrim?New York. 3: Philadelphia,
First bane on balls- < iff liender, 3: oft
Kor.l S Struck out ?By n^ndir. 10; by Ford.
Hit by pitcher?By Kord, l (Baker). Time
of K?me, 1;34). L'nipirra. Wrtttrvoll and
(.>' t^ukhlln.
WILD PITCH COSTLY
Wajhlr.ittor.. May !.?Boston made IIa nnt
I appearance here of the iea?on to-day, und
mi drfnated by Washington '-' to I, ? wild
I pitch by Wood In t!i<* ninth Irmina letting;
the winning run. ltughea wrenched his
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
AM EllIC AN.
Washington, 2; Boston. I.
Philadelphia, 2; New York, 3.
Detroit, 2; Chicago, 3.
NATION A1,.
Chicago, 7: Plttatbunt, 2.
Boston. S; Brooklyn, IL
New York li'j Philadelphia, I.
St. Louis, 5; Cincinnati, s (thirteen.
Innings). I
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
C<ub.
* "nlfago
Boston .
"Washington
Cleveland
Philadelphia
Uetrolt ....
fit. Louis ..
New York .
P.C.
.7.13
.613
.?16
.S3S
.?00
1 .a s t
Year
.?",00
'!ub.
Cincinnati
ew York
Boston .
'?hlcafjo . . . .
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Brooklyn
St, Louis ..
.7.10
.tb2
.162
,385
,3?t
.117
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
St. I,>)u:< at Detroit.
Cleveland at Chicago.
New York at Philadelphia.
Boston at "Washington
Brooklyn at Boston.
Phllsdolphia at New York.
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
Ch1< ,i?o at Pittsburgh.
rKe In th? fourth limine nr.J had to rMirc
In In vor of Walker, f-'core:
KoKtnn. Washington.
AB H U A F. AH Ii i) A V.
Hooper, rf. .'. 0 1 1 0 Mo'.'.er. '.f. 5 1 1 U 0
V?rkt(, 2b.. ."? 0 2 0 SFotter, 3b. 4 3 4 ." 2
'?Speaker, cf 3 0 S 0 0.Milan, cf.. 3 15 0 0
'?Bradley, lb t o ? : Osch'far, rf 4 l i o 0
Gardner. 31? 2 1 0 4 ORynn, lb. 4 O C, 0 ?
; J.?-\\l*. If... 3 0 19 0 Knight. ;b 3 0 3 '. I
I Wapner, n 4 * : 4 IM'Brl'e, r' ' 0 S : 0
Carrlgan, cl : I 1 0 Henry, c.. 3 a o <}'-0i
Wood, p.... 3 0 13 0 ltug-h.es, p. 1 0 0 O M
Walkor. p. 1 0 n ? 1 I
-?o:?:? ...33 3 *:S 13 1 Total* ...31 6 2T 9 C j
?T?o nut wh?n ?Inning run ?as scored.
S. ore by innings: B. I
iiniion .a o n o o o ? i 0?1 ;
Washington .0 4)0* 10.0? 1?3 |
Summary: num-^iifiktr. Flynn, Henry.,
T?o-ha?e hit?Konter. Sacrifice hlta?Moellcr, I
Knl?ht. Fto:r? bases-Milan. Bchaefer anJ
Speaker. Double play?Foster to Knlgbt. I
l.eft nn baaea?BOiton, Washington. 7.
First bare on errora?Boaton. 5; Waahlnfton,
L llita?Off Huirhea, 1 In 3 1-1 Innings; off i
Walkor, I In SS-3 Innlns?. V'lrst ba?c on |
tiai:.?-Off Hushes, I; off Walkor. 4: off \
Wood, 4 Struck out?By Hughes. 2: by
Walker. <i; by Wood. 7. Hit by pitcher?By !
Wood. : (McBride). Wild pitch?Wood, I
Walker. Passed ball?Carrlgan (3), Time
o? came, :.'A t'mplrea. Connolly and liar:.
COBB STEALS HOME
Detroit. Mich , May "..?Detroit played mis?
erably to-day. making eight errors, an.l
Chicago won th? final (aim of the scries by
icore ol ". to Cobb'a steal homo In the
first .Inning and WSaver'a fielding featured.
Chicago. Detroit.
AB H O A B AH H O A B
Rath. 2b... r. : 4 : o Hu*h. ss... 4 : l :. l
Lord. Sb.... 3 1 0 I 1 Vitt. If.... 3 13 0 2
Cal'han. If."- 1 1 0 OCobb, ef... 3 0 3 1 1
Bodle. cf... 4 13 0 fti'raw'd. rf 4 o l 0 ft
rolllns, rf.. 5 ? 3 0 r. Dele'ty, 5b 3 0 3 0 0
JCclder. lt>.. t 0 S 1 ft rtarher. lb 4 2 1ft C
Weaver. ??41481 Louden. 3b 3 0 4 !
TVnek. c... 3 1 ." : OStanagt, e l e> 4 ft 31
Kuhn, e..-. 0 0 1 1 0 Kocher, o. 0 0 ft o o .
Mem. p.... 3 0 0 4 OMullin. p.. 4 0 ft .". ni
TTa:.-!:. p .. A 0 0 1 OMones .... 1 toon
tperry _ 1 1 0 ft 0
' Totals ...3? 10 27 17 3 Totals ...31 7 27 11
Score:
I 'Batted for Stanage in ?eventh.
I 'Baited for Kocher in ninth.
Score by Innings . It. I
Chicago ." o ft ft l l ft ft ft-5 I
Detroit .2 ? 0 0 0 ? 0 0 <*-! 1
Summary: Runs.?Lord (3), e^a?ahan. no-J
die. Weaver. Hush. Cobb. Two-base hits- j
Lord. Rath, Bndlc. Weaver. Blo<-k. Sacrifice |
Mis?Kulm. Louden. Manage. Sacrifice files |
- B">nz. '/elder. Stolen bases?Rath. Lord, i
Rodle, Cobb. Left on bases?Detroit. 7: j
' ".llrage. 10. First has.? on errorn?Detroit. '
!'.: Chicago, 2. Till??Off Bens. ? In 7 1-3 In?
nings: off Walsh. I In 1 Innings. Firs:
I ;,.:>.? on halls?Off SMullin, C; off Bens. n.
Strtiek out?By Mullln. t; by Benz. 2: by
Walsh. I. Hit by pitcher?By Mullln, I
? Lord"'. Wild pitch?Br nJi. Time of game,
I. UmplrCs, Pcrrlno nn.l Dineen.
TENNIS TOURHEY
AT COUNTRY CLUB1
Play In the Country Club of Vir?
ginia tennis tournament, from the
results of which the tennis ladder will
be started, will beK'n .on the 2d 'nst.,
and the drawing for the prcliiii'nary
round follows. Three days are (riven
'ii which to play of the tlrst round:
Class "A" 11. L. Oolfan vs. s. c.
Christian, Charles Whltlork vs. War?
ner MoCabe. |i A. Keunolds vs. W. Ii
Trlgg, Charles Harris vs. It. a. Ricks,
Leslie; B. Wiggo vs. Payton Fleming,
W. Buford vs. .lames Augustine, jr.,
.lames Millen vs. W. McKcc Dunn.
John A. Coke. Jr., bye.
Class ,"B"?W. Krank Powers vs.
Rob.t. N. Pollard. William Miller vs.
Gco.'W. Warren, Chlldrey Scott vs. P.
St. George Cook, John Howard vs.
Carl Fleming. P. B. Augustine v9. R.
ii. Pcgrarn, Palmer Leigh vs. r. c.
Wortham, Jr., A. Gray. Jr., vs. Walter
Hubert.
ItuiTiirr HentN Randolph. j
The Ituffncr boys beat the Randolph
lads yesterday by the score of ft to ::.
The game abounded In feature plays.
Score by innings: R,
Huff Her .001304 10 0?9
Utundolpli .0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0?3
TRINITY WHIPS
LEXINGTONIANS
Lexington. Vb.. May I.?Lrrors ami
mlsplaya characterized the game this
afternoon between Trinity College of
North Carolina and the Virginia Mili?
tary Institute, when the Virginians
were defeated by the North Carolin?
ians S to 2. Godfre;* was knocked out ot
the box by the Cadets In the second
and lvey replaced him. Throckmor
ton was succeeded by Moore in the
fourth. Heed's home was a feature.
Visitors put up a good all-round field.
Ins game.
Score by Innings. ft. H. E.
Trinity N. C_on 52101 01?S ti :!
Virginia M. i.. .0 i o o i o 0 o o?2 7 12
Batteries: Godfrey, lvey and Mc
Kean; Throckmortoii, Moore and Heed.
Umpire. Dr. Crawford. I'nivcrslty of
Virginia.
I'oal poned (lames.
New York, May 1.?President ThOS.
J. Lynch, of the National League of
Baseball flubs, announced to-day the
following dates for playing off post?
poned frames;
June (2)?Boston at New York,
game of April 29: (2) Brooklyn ut
Philadelphia, game of April 2f'.
June 29 (2)?Brooklyn at Philadel?
phia, game of April 30.
July l (21 ? Brooklyn at Philadelphia,
game of April 27.
August 2S (open)?St. Louis at Chi?
cago, game of April 29.
September 4 (open)?Boston at i
Brooklyn, game of April 22 (previously
bulletined by mistake as doirble-head
er for September 7).
September 2.'. (open)?Boston at New
York, K?me of April 27. \
September 20 (2) ? Boston at New
Ycrk. frame of April
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CUBS TAKE GAME
FROM PITTSBURGH
Adams Is Hit Hard, and Errors
Visitors in
Scoring.
Help
DODGERS HIT HARD
Come Out on Top in Baiting
Bee With Boston
Club.
Pittsburgh. May 1.? Two hits and two er?
rors In '.he second Inning gave Chicago itv c
runs anil the game to-day. Richie was wild
?it the atnrt. Pittsburgh getting two bases
on balls, earn |e...niiK to a ruit. After that
Riehl? was Invincible. Adams was given
poor support, Score:
Pittsburgh. Chicago.
AH It O A a Ali II 0 A i:
Byrne. .To.. u l 4 zShcek'd, It I I 6 0 0
Carey, if... 2 l 2 o ?schulte, rf 2 0 4 0 0
I .each, cf.. 4 0 4 1 o Tinker, sa. E 133:
WBRr.er. si 3 1 ?-? 4 0 Hofau, cf. 4 0 3 o ?
Miller, 10... 4 0 % 3 2/,lm'an. lb 3 S ?> 1 0
Wilson, rf. 4 14 <? OEvc'rs, 3b. 1 1 1 3 O
M'Car'y, :b 4 l .-. l OLennOx, 3b s l e I a
Olbaori, c... 1 0 3 3 1 Archer, c.. 4 u 3 1 U
?rtehg . loon onlehle, p.. i l o 0 u
Adams, p.. 3 10 4 0
Totals ...31 6 37 15 ? Totals ...3: m 5 !
?Batted for Gibson In ninth.
.''core by Innings: R,
Pittsburgh .3 000 00 000?3
Chicago .0*000.0 I I 0?7
Summary: Buna?Byrne, Carey, Rhcckard,
Schulte, y.immcrman (i). Evert, Lennox and
Richie. Two-base hit?Carry. Three-base
hits?Sheckard, Zimmerman. Sacrifice til tat??
Wagner, Kvcrs. sacrifice ny?Schulte. Stolen
baae -Schulte. Double plays?Byrne to Mc?
Carthy to Miller: Leach to ttlbsoti. Left on
bases?Pittsburgh, <\: Chicago, 4. First base
on errors?Pittsburgh, 3: Chicago, 3. First
has,- on ballt?Oft Adam?, t: on* Richie, 3.
Struck out ?By Adams. 2: by Itlchte. I, Hit
by pitcher?By Adams, l tl.enno.xi. Wild
pitch?Richie, Time of same, 1:16. Umpires,
Brcnnan and Owcna.
THREE HOURS. 30 MINUTES
St. Louis. May 1.?Cincinnati won from St.
Louis to-day >'J) Hading Laudermllk for three
runs In the thirteenth Inning. A base on
halls, an error, n wild pitch and three
singles gave ihr runs. The game was orte
of the longest ever seen here, throe hours
and thirty minutes being required for the
thirteen Innings. Score:
St. Louis. t Incinnutl.
AH H OA K AB H OA IJ
Ilug'ins, 3b t 3 - 3 lJOescher, If fi !? t u a
! Miller, if.. 3 13 0 0 Bates, cf.. 3 1110
' uukes. cf.. ti 0 6 0 OBob'zel, lb S l Ij u o
Koii'chy, lb 7 3 IS i SMItch'l, rf i :; i o 0
Wille, rf... S 1 ."? ? 1 Kg.in. 'jo... 7 3 3 :, u
iMowrey, 3b i :: 0 3 0 Phelan, :<h u I I o
Mnlth, ss.. 3 ?? 1 - PBt'ond, ss. t", 1 t .?? 0
Iwingo, e.. 3 o z l OM'Uiin, c. t i .<, o l
9?lle?. p... :t 0 i < OProm'e, p. ? ? 0 t o
Bills. If. 3 S 1 0 OBonton. 4>. I 0 0 S <?
M?gee, aa.. i 0 l I ?Clark- c... l 0 3 0 o
|-Brcsnal.au ; 0 o o O.Mari'ni, cf t> o l u u
, I.uui'llk. p 1 0 0 1 0
Hllss. c.'-I O I 0 0
I .Clark . 0 0 v 0 0
Totals ...45 13 33 13 ? Totals ...4? II 3? 1? 1
?Hatted for Miller in ninth.
* Hatted for Laudermllk In ti.lrtccnth.
Score by Innings: R.
Cincinnati .0 o 3 0 O 0 0 O 1 1 0 0 3-V
St, Louis.0 0 0 0 O '.' 0 0 '.' 1 0 0 0?5
Summary: Runs?Miller, Konetchy fi),
Mowrey. Magee, Bescher. Hates (21, Itobllt
r.-l. Mitchell. Egan, Phelan, M.irsans. Two
baae hits?Bescher. Konetchy, lloblllzel, sai.
run* hits?Phelan, llotolltrsl, Mitchell, Bs
mond, l/.igglns. Stolen bases?Mowrey (J), I
llugglm. Hates. Hgan Double plays?Bates
to McLean. Uenton to Phelan to Esmond.
I,, ft mi bases?St. Louis. I3j Cincinnati, l".
Hits?Off Bailee, 9 In :i Inning?: off Lauder?
mllk, 3 in i Inninga; otf Fromme, 9 In 9 In?
hingt; otf Ben ton, 3 in t Innings. First base
Ion bulls?Off Bailee, I: off Benton, 4; off
j Fromme, l; off Laudermllk, r.. Struck out?
i r.\ Bailee, -: by Beaton. 3; by Fromme. ?".
I tili be pitcher?By Fromme. I CMowrey).
Wild pitch?Laudermllk. Passed ball?Bliss.
ITime of game. 3:?o. empires. Johnetoni and
rr- _
SCORE FOUR IN FIRST
j Boston. May I.?Brooklyn came out on top
I to-day !n a butting bee with Boston, wln
| nlng 1! to S. The four runs w hich Boston
I scored In the llrst on four errors and u\,i
I hli? looked big enough 10 win until Tvlci
went to pieces In the seventh and elgiitn
I Innings, during which Brooklyn stored ten
runs. Score:
Basten. Brooklyn.
AH II O A F, AB II O A a
Sween'y, 'Sb 6 " ? ?"? OMoran. rf. 0 o l u
Ca'pbe|l, rf i :: f. 0 ODaub't, H>. S .-7 S 0
Miller, rf.. r.io" o Smith, ib. ;. i s o 0
Jackson; if ;'? * 3 0 0N'r(h'n, cf.-. ; s i o
Devlin, ss.. 0 0 f. l Daly. If... ."> ] 3 o l
Klrke. lb....'. 3 9,0 0 Iliimel. ft I 1 t S 1
M'P'ald, 3b 4 3 3 1 OTooley, ai. 3 3 4 3 -j
Rarlden, es t 3 o 1 Phelpt, o. 4 ; 3 s o|
Tyler, p.... 3100 0 Kent. p...1 3 0 3 n
Donnelly, pO 0 0 0 0 Hacker, p. 0 0 0 t 0
Hogg, p . 0 r> 0 (i 0
?Spratt _ 1 0 0 0 n
tfjowdy ... 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...37 14 77 11 3 Totals ...10 14 31 14 4
?Batted for Donnelly la eighth,
[Batted for Hogg hi ninth.
Score by innings; ft.
Boston ..1 ft 1 0 0 0 0 3 I??$
Brooklyn. ...o 0100037 0?It
Summary: Runs?Sweenoy, Campbell, Dov
fln, Miller. Klrke. McDonald (3), Rarlden,
Dauben, ?mith, Northen 17), Daly (2j,
IfummV (3), Tooiey (t), Phelps. Twn-baae
hits?Tooiey . Tyler. Dsubert, McDonald.
Sacrifice hits?Campbell, Rarlden. Jackson.
nreene]. Sncrinee By?Tooley. Stolen bases
?Rarlden, McDonald. Phelpa. Double plays
?Devlin to Sweoney to Ktrke; Sweeney to
Kirk'-; Northen to Tooley; R?cker to pheip?.
to Daubort. Left on bases?Hosten. I-';
Urooklyn, 4. First base on errors?Boston.
4: Brooklyn. 2. lilts?Off Tyler. 10 in 7 In?
nings (three men at bat. none out In
eighth): on' Donnelly. I In 1 Innings; off
Hops. " In l Innmg; off Kent. 1.1 In 81-3 in
nlnsjs: off RUCker, 1 In 2-3 Inning. First base
on balls-Off Tyler, I; off Kent. 6; off H?ck?
er. 1. Strack out?By Tyler. I; by Kent. I.
Tim? of game, J:U. Umpires, Itlgler an-J
Flnneran.
MARQUARD A WINNER
New York, May 1.?The Giants defeated
Philadelphia to.day It to 4. Mnrquard was
invincible, while Scaton was Wild and hit
hard. Doyle made a home run, n double
mid two singles In four times up. After tho
Glnnts clinched the game In the. fifth Mc
Uraw put in ?< number of substitutes. Score;
Philadelphia. New York.
Ail II '1 A fcl AH II O A K
I Knabe, Jb.. .". 0 0 2 1 Devore, If. 5 .1 2 0 0
; Titus, rf... i v i! ?Doyle, Jh.. 14 0 10
PHskert, cf 4 1 2 0 OFIet'er, 3b, l o ;i l 2
Cravath, If .'? 2 2 0 vs'grase, cf 5 10 0 0
l.uderut, lb l it l oMurray, rf 3 l u n u
Downey, :n> I - o l i Becker, rf 1 o i 0 u
Doolan, ss. i : l .'? ft.Mcrkte. lb 4 l 0 0
I Graham, c. t 1 ?I 0 Herzog, 3l> 2 l ? o u
Sen ton. p.. 2 1 0 r> Of.roli. ss... 2 0 ? 1 0
I shUltZ, p.. 3 0 0 l O'Shafer ... i 0 T, 2 0
Myers, c... 2 0 :> 0 0
Wilson, r. (> 0 :i 0 0
Mar'ar.1. p 3 0 '? 0 0
Druckt, p. 0 0 0 0 0
i Totats ...S? ia 51.16 2 Totals ..-St 1! 27 5 2
I ?Phafcr. shortstop and third base,
j Score by Innings: R.
I Philadelphia .0 oooono.t I ? t
Vctv York.I 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 ??II
j Summary: Runs?Titus (3), Cravalh, Dpw
I noi". Deyoro 131, Doyle. Murray. Merklc (2),
; Hersog tili Myers ti). Two-base hits?Dc
i yore <-'?, Doyle; Orahain, Merkte, tteraog,
Doolan. Three-basa bit?S.Igrass. Home
run?Doyle. Sacrifice hit?Sbofer. Sacrifice
||> -Mari|iiar,l. Stolen bases?Day :?>, Shaier.
; Loft on bases?New York. S; Philadelphia,
j 10. First bns.- on errors-New- York. 2: Phll
' n.le'.phls. .'. Hits-Off iSe?:on. IQ in .1 Innings:
: ..fr Sluiltz. I In ". Inning?: off Marnnarri. fi
In 7 Innings: off Drucke, I In ?_' Innings, rirst
: b.-ise on balls?Off Beaton, 4; off Shultz. 2;
oft iUarquard. l: off Drucke. I. Struck out?
? By Sestson, J: by Shullz, I'j by Marquard,
>. Hit by pltohor?By Rest son. 1 (Herzog).
Wllil pitch?Sea ton, Time of game, 2:11.
Umpires, Klem ai.il Bush.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
i ?
At Savannah: Savannah, ).".; Macon,
At Albany: Albane. 7; Jacksonville,
At Columbus: Columbus, S; Colum?
bia.
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
Ai Greensboro: Greensboro, 2; Char
lOtte. I.
At Spartanburg: Spartanburg, 5; An?
derson. 1.
\t Greenville: Greenville, 7: Win
ston-Bulem,
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Kansas CH"- Kansas City, I: To
I le>do. :,.
At MHwaukce; Milwaukee, 0. Coluni
I bus. 2.
At sa. Paul: st. Haul. 7; Indianapolis
At Minneapolis: Minneapolis, .">
Louisville, 1 (fourteen Innings).
EXTRA II
TO NO RESULT
Lynchburg ancf Portsmouth
Play Thirteen Innings Until
Darkness Ends Contest.
Lynchburg, Vn.. May 1?LynonbursT |
and Portsmouth battled thirteen Irl
nliiKS here to-day without results, the
score being 2 to 2. Thompson, ??
Petersburg cast-off. ou'.pltched Manser,
but lost bis own gome in the twelfth
when he cut third, scoring from sec?
ond on Hooker's grounder to centre.
Both learns played brllMunt ball In the
Held. The score:
Lynchburjr.
A.B. It.
.Morrison. If.."i 0
llummell. 2b. 1 1
Hooker, cf.5 U
Broo'tne, ss.. ."? 1
Nixon, rf.4 0
Keating. 3b . :> 0
Woolums, lb.? o
Pholan. e.. 0 0
Thompson, p.ti ?
H.
0 13
2 6
K.
1
u
o
0
0
1
1
0
0
Totuls
Becker, if. .
Murphy, ss.
Brttton, cf.
Watson, ir.
Cooper, 3i>
Douglass, lb
Castro. 2 b. .
Garvln, c, .
Manser, p. .
.45 2 16 30 19 ?
Portsmouth.
A.B. R. H. O..A. B.
. ? 1 1 3 0 0
0 1
0 0
0 14
4 8
2 6
Totals .4T 2 10 39 30 O
Score by Innings: K.
Lynchburg ... 0 00001010000 0?3
Portsmouth .. o o o o o n 11 o o o o 0?3
Summary: Stolen bases?Morrison
and Castro. Sacrifice hits?Morrison.
Hooker. Nixon. Keating, Murphy and
Douglass. Two-base hit?Castro. Throe
base hit?Nixon. First base on errors
?Portsmouth, 3. Left on bases??
Lynchburg, 12; Portsmouth, 13. Dou?
ble plays?Keating and Itummell. Wat?
son. Castro and DougL>sj. Struck out
?By Thompson, 6; Ly Manser, 4.
Hasses on balls?By Thompson, 5; by
Manser, 3. Hit by pitched ball?Gar
vln. Time. 2:16. Umpires, Black and
Dougherty.
-.- a.i..i
SOUTHERN LEAGUE ^
At Atlanta: Atlanta, 5: Memphis, 7
(first ftamo): Atlanta, t: Memphis. 0
(second game; called end sixth, dark?
ness).
At Chattanooga: Cbattanooga, 2;
Nashville, 6.
At Montgomery: Montgomery, j;
Mobile. 2. '
At Birmingham: Birmingham, 6; New
Orleans, 3.
TARS OUTSTRIP
GOOBERS AT WIRE
(Special to The Timt/3-Dis.pateh.l
Norfolk, Va.,' May 1.?The prelt'est
game of baseball played here, th's sea?
son was the contest this afternoon be?
tween Petersburg and Norfolk. When
the Goobers iluished their half of the
j ninth the .score was 2 to 1 in their
' favor. Hop rihafcr put Kineran In the
? place of Woods. Ho started a slupfeat
that soon brought the needed two runs
! across the plate. One man was out
: and two were on bnses w.hcn the Kama
was finished. The score;
Petersburg.
! AB. H. O. A. E.
I Simmons. 2b. 4 10 10
' Busch, ss. 3 o 3 3 o
I Bai nett, lb. I in u o
?P?ne?r. lf . -I 2 1 0 ft
l.aughliu, c. 4 1 6 2 0
j Anthony, ef. 3 i , 0 ?
, Carolin, rf. 3 0 1 0 o
I llowedell, 2b. 3 o 2 2 0
Crleger, p. 3 l ? 6 o
Totals .31 7?25 14 a
Norfolk.
AB. H. O. A. E.
Dodge, 33. 4 2 2 7 l
Mullaney. rf. D 2 0 0 0
Blgblc, lb. 4 Oil 0 0
Staub, cf. 4 2 2 0 0
Tltman, lf. 20000
B?rgwald, 2i>.,'.3 13 6 1
Daughorty, ;;b. 4 10 10
Luaky, e. 3 l 6 l o
Woods, p. 2 0 0 5 ()
Flnneran"* .?.. l l 0 0 u
Totals .32 10 27 20 2
?One out when winning run made.
??Batted for Woods in ninth.
Score by Innings; H.
Petersburg .looioooo o?2
Norfolk .00100000 2?3
Summary: Huns?Simmons, Spencer:
Dodge, Husky. Flnneran. Stolen bases?
Spencer. Dodge. Sacrifice hits?Busch,
Woods, Two-base hits?Spencer. Staub.
Barnett. First bane on errors?Peters?
burg. I. Left on bases?Petersburg, 35
Norfolk, 1". Double plays?Woods to
Dodge to Blghlo: Dodge to Burgwald
to Blgblc. Struck out?By Woods, fi;
by Crleger, o. Bases on balls?By Crle?
ger. I. Wild pitch?Crleger. 1. Hit by
pit.-lied ball?Tltman. Time, i:l.">. Um?
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