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mobile xvIh-ii you buy .1 FORD?thai is the careful attention of our 'Special Scr \ ice Department.' ". FORD AUTO CO., 1629 W. Broad St. LYNCHBURG EASY FOR PORTSMOUTH Truckers Get Two Home Runs and Win by Score of S to 4. (Ppociil to Tho Times-Dispatch.) Portsmouth, VS., May 10.?The I fill Climbers were easy fur the Truckers j ift Bland Park this afternoon, and I two more home runs wi re chalked up j for tho home team. The score was I s to 1. Castro should have* been credited With another four sucker, when he pasted n line drive over left Jield fence In the fourth with two men on bases, but the umpire called It foul. Tlu I nrlihuriE. AB. II. O. A E. Morrison. Sb. 4 Wool ums, I b........... f, NlNor.. cf. f> Braun, c. 4 Hummell, 2b. 4 Keating, s*>. " (jtocksdale, rf. 4 Johnson, if. 4 lAllen, p. 4 110 1 0 0 0 -o Totals Portsmouth. AB. 11. O. A B. Packer. Murphy. Britten. Watson, Cooper, Douglas Castro. Oarvln. Manser Totlls .30 10 S? 17 3 The score by Innings: Lynchburg .r. 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0?1 Portsmouth .0 2 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 ?g Summary: Buns?Nixon, Braun. Hummel. Stocksdale; Becker, Watson. Cooper (2> Douglas, Castro. Garvin, Manser. Two-base hits?Nixon Dou? glas and Murphy. Home runs?Coop? er and Castro. Stolen bnses?Stocks ?lale. Base on balls?Off Manser. 1. Sacrifice hits?Murphy (2), Cooper. Castro. Manser and Douglas. Struck olu?BV Allen, lj by Manser, f.. Um? pire, Dougherty. YELLOW JACKETS (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Ashland, v..,, May 10.?The V.llow ?lacket* r.rc doing some of the hardest kind of work to get In shape for thalr jlrst championship game with Rich? mond College on Monday. All of the students are Witching their team round into championship form, and every night for half an hour yell prac? tice is held in the chapel, and. If spirit counts for anything, Rn,ndoli>hrMaeoa will be there with the goods ou Mon? day. The team has played fahr error Jess games this year and registered riot less than sis hits In any game, and as high as fourteen In one game. Raporls from Richmond College have It .thai if fhe'.Yvllow Jackets win th?y ?will have to play league ball, because It Will look like a now team from th< one that th? Ashlandore beat the hr.-t ?part of the year. Richmond has W'|n r>n> game and lost one; William and Mary has lo.-t the only two games ployed; ITatnpdeh. Sidney has w\n ' i*&>o and lo.^t one. -while' Rand%lpn->hi.con has won both ot the games she has played if Rich? mond wins Mondav. It will tic up the championship with three teams? Harhpden-*SMncy, Richmond and Rnh dolph-Macon. GOOD TOGGERY 7/3 C.BffCAA Used Car Peirl^ss five-<pas8engcr Pony Ton .toeau (reason, owner purchased larger P?cr!e?s.'. Newly painted. Guaran? teed in first-class ondlilou. A bar? gain for quick Sale Lloyd Motor Co., 313 W.Main St. TURKEY GIN Way Above the .idipar.v rcin. STB A t >?. ,., N? , A , Distiller-: and blenders Of fine whiskies. Tile buyer SUtomo:.lif >? v I]] own t e different * Joftes Motor Car Co. Alle:, Ave.nio and Broad Street Salesroom. THE WORLDS' CHAMPION i.et u - demons) rate Loziei superiority. 1625 W. Broad St Reds Hit Hard in Seventh ami Ninth and Defeat Brooklyn. CUBS SHUT OUT BY GIANTS Phillies Lose to Pirates, and St. ] ."uis Takes Boston Into Camp. Cincinnati. O.. May 1?.?Cincinnati de? feated Urooklyn to-day by heaxy batting in the seventh tinJ ninth inninga after an up htll gome. The s.-,.ic was 6 to i. Tbc feat? ure wn? n triple by McDonald, batting for it..spot- in tho seventh, with the bases full. Hates won the gain, lor Cincinnati In the ninth with a triple with two men on Imscs. Daubcrt ami Erwin hit well tor Brooklyn, while Hoblltxcl obtained three hits out of | four tlutea ut bat. Score: Cincinnati. Brooklyn. Alt II O A t: AB 11 OA 13 i Bescher, !.' ) 0 4 a 0 Moran, rf. 1 ISO littles, cf... 5 - '-' 0 I Dnnb'l. lb J 3 7 1 llob'zcl, Ibt J T It U .1.'H'lllu Co 0 I 3 I Mitchell, i f a o :; h ON'rth'n. cf 4 1 0 0 Bgan, 3b...; o :t l 0 Daly, If.-. 3 t l o o| Phetan, tin 4 i :: 2 0 llum'el, Sb a ill Esmond, ??I I 3 i OToolcy, ??? 2 t 1 Ml., an. ... ?.? 1 2 : OsWheiit ..1 0 0 0 0| torn ut ... <? 0 " ?> ectsh'w. ?s o o o 0 Clarke, c. t 1 u 0 0Erwin, c.. 2 2 S 1 Gaspar, ?.. ?-' ,0 o 2 1 stack, p.. ? o 0 0 '?M'Donnbl I l .VlugU'g. V 1 1 ? '-' o| E. Smith, p 0 a " 0 0 -.? ESeverold.. 1 1 it 0 0 Totals ...31 IJ 33 '. Totals ,.."1 7.0 ?3? 13 - ?Ylngllng out, hit by batted ball. n?ne oat when winning run was a'ore. (Batted for McLean In seventh. "Halted for Caspar in seventh. sBatted for F. Smith In ninth. \ Hatted for Tool, y In ninth. Score by InInga: R i In.-lttnntl .0 M?H|? :? i llrookl} n .o 0 0 .1 u o f v J-i i Rummary: Buns?Fhetan, Bamond, Grant, r airke, McDonald, Severold, J. Smith, Paly. Northen. Wheat. Erwin. Three-bate hits? Bate*, McDonald. saerlflcc lilt? Erwin. Stolen has. " --Beseher. Bgan. Double plays? Esmond to lloblllxel; Daubert to Toolcy to Dauber*. Left on bases?Cincinnati. 7; Brooklyn, 7. lilts?on* Caspar, 7; off *?? smith. S; ofr Stack, off Vlngllng, :.. Eirsi l.ase on halls -Off Ctas|?ar. *t: ofr P, Smith. I: ofT Stark, 3: off Tingling. 1. Struck out? By Caspar. 2; by Stn.'k. I; by Yingllng. S. rime of game, S:H. Umpires, Brennen and BREAKS ITS LOSING STREAK St. Louis. May 10.?After losing nine straight garni ,i St. Louis this afternoon ivon from Bostonf3 to I. "Score: Boston. St. Louis, AH H O A B AH II O A ,K -?r. n'y. iiit o 3 l 1 Ilug'ns, 2b I v l r? l L'n'pbell, cl t o o 0 2 Ellis, if.. ., 4 o I ft ? Miller, rf.. 4 0-21 UMowr'y, ~b 4 I .1 1 0 Jackson, If 3 v so OKon'hy, tto 3 lift i o Devlin, .->.. oooo OBvuni, rr.. t 2 n i o sprntl. *s.. 4 12 3 1 Smith, rs.. 4 0 1"" llouser, lb. to?'* OOiikes, cf.. .11410 M'D'ald, .lb:: 3 v 3 I Wlngo, >-.. 3 l 1 a n Kling, 3 2 4 4 08,-illcc, p.. I \ o 3 o 1 Totals ...3:1 5 54 12 4 Totals ...33 9'J7 It i 'Battbd tor Undue In ninth. Score bj Inninss: It. Boston .. o f. o 1 o o n ft 0?1 St. Louts.0 ft 0 ft 1 0 0 2 ??2 summary: Hunt?Jackaou, Ifugglns, Mow rcy. Bvnns. Two-bate hll?Hugglna. Sacri? fice bit- Konet'liv. Pncrlflcc files?Oaltes, McDonald. Stolen bases?Miller, KOnctchy, Jacflson. Double play?<?.k.s to llugglns to Kohetchy. Left on bases-si. Louis, 0; H"s ton. '.i nisi base on balls?Oft Perdue, I; ..ft Sailer, 3. Struck out?fly IVrduO, 4; by bailee, 2, Wild pitch U.-:du.\ Time of game, I:?S Umpires, Kigbr and Plnncran. CHICAGO IS SHUT OUT ran: bunched bits enabled .NcW York to shut Chicago In the op.-nlnc gi\nie ?f the sn I hirngn. All II O \ K -k'd. If .. t 2 0 ?n Schulte, rf I 0 I 0 lllio.le. 2b 4 ?? | .1 Tinker, s.. 4 i s i UK'smss, cf < 3 l o llo'nmn ,el 4 2 G 0 0 Becker, rf 4 I or. 7.1m an, lb. 4 | is o o Merkte, in 4 ft io n l.ver?, 2b 4 114 ?Herzog, ::o :: 2 n ;. Lennox, .in :i i i l ?shnfrr, as. 4 ft 3 ?? Archer, c. 4 2 3 1 0 Myers, e.. 1 0 10 ?? 2 ft ? ?Mill, r .... I o r> 0 t \iiks. p... 2 1 0 a Totals ..3* f>2t i; e Totals .. 34 ft 27 IS 3 ?Batted for Cheney In ninth. Heer? by Innings: jt, Now Vork. IT 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?1 Chicago.ft ft a a o ft ft o 0-0 Summary: Runs?Devore, Do. ie (_?., My. crs Two-basit hits Tinker. Evers, Archer Stolen buses-Lennox. Doyle. Becker, Double play?Evert to Tinker to Ibuitu,n |.-|rsl btisi on ban- nit Ames, j; 0rr Cheney, t Struck 6ul By Cheney, 4. by Ames, f.. Time ??' guine, 11 hours. Umpires, Klein and Bush, LONG DRAWN OUT GAME Pittsburgh May 10.- -Pittsburgh defeated I'lilla.lclphlH lo-dnj S to I .In a long-drawn out contest O'Tnolo was ?im. giving olglil bis. or. balls. Score. I'ltlsburgh. I'hlluilelphla. AH II OA IS AB HO AB Herne. ib..r. 1 I 1 .-Knabe, rti I 1 M n Carey, :: .. i : l o n .r-^? w . , , a Donlln, rf . ' 3 l v 0 Down'y, .-, i o - - n V,'..gi,er. as 4 I 8 3 ft r.u.:. .'. Pj 4 1 ja r, a ?M . i. lb 4 2-1 .Cray-tit. ,f ; , 5 Wilson, r! 3 1 0 1 ?raakort ef t 1 M d-iir-y. 2b I ft ? 1 .Dbolan. ss 1 < ->l 1\ tile. 2b 0 0 0 0 o,;r,,ham c3 ? Kelly, c. 4 2*1 1 0 Bren'an, p 3 ( 0 roojci i> 7 1 0 ( 11 iBrlnker.. 1 0 Ma nch .... 1 1 ft 0 UKbultX. n.. 0 10 0 Caina.tz, p. 1 0 e i a _ _o,.,.. r.~~~~ Toia:!! 7vi 10 ?Hati.d for O'Toole In sixth. -it.nted (or Brennen In eighth. Si ore bj innings: , Pittsburgh .1 ft n ?? 1 1 3 0 ?-5 rhlladi Ipliln .,1 1 10 0 2 0 0 0-1 1 Summa ? Ituiit?Byriip, Carey (21 i?on \ I n. Mil ei Ken- ritua, LudeViu, Griiham, Jtrennan. Two-bite hlts-Uonlln, I 'el Ihroi -base lilt Dbnllu, Hurrlllco 1 Mt. - -* 'ar, v, Wilson. Stolen bases?Donlln ll.raham. Double play?Hyrne to McCarthy I to Millet. l.< rt on bhsen-Plttsburgli, t : 1 1 blila, II. First base 01. error,-! irgb.lt l-hllatlclphln. 1 lllt?-o(f '"' ?' ? 111 ''? Innings; ..rr Cninhllx, 3 p, j tigs: oll Brenn in, 14 lu ; Innlngi oft ! r ,.',.\?" ' ? : l""'":r fjr'ai base ?? ,,a|it - 1 V ?" '"'unit/. 2. straek out - . ?? ' "tnnlts, 5; ?-? r,-, nnun rime 01 gstife. JIM Cmplrct, E,.?on and 2 0 1 1 5 0 4 I ft 0 4 1 OLD DOMINION LEAGUE Standing ot th,. ( |u||? -C?Mb?' Avon. I.?,, PC. .Kahn s . 3 2 fino I Wrights . ?. 'j .sno, Tyler's. 2 - .6001 Warton HelghU. 1 2 .500 Woodall tc' Quarles.. 2 :t .400' 1 COCO tolas.. . 2 3 '.400 Where Thej Plnj To-Day. i Tyler's vs, Wood all k Quail.? at I Byrd Park. , He,:.,, . S Wright vs. Barton Heights, at Hat ion HelghU. Kahns vs. Coco Colas, at Athletic T.irk. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Chattanooga; Chattanooga, 3; Birmingham, 10, ,\t Mobile Mobile, 1; Nashville, 4. At New Orleans; New <irleans-At lanta, vain. At. Montgomery: Montgomery. 6; Memphis, 4, Yesterday's Results in Three Big Leagues NATIONAL Chicago 0; Now York, 4 (Pittsburgh, 8; Philadelphia, St. Louis. 3; ."Boston, i, Cincinnati, 6, Brooklyn, 6. Club. New York I Cincinnati Chicago . ? Boston ... Brooklyn . Phlludelph! Pittsburgh St. Louis . W. 16 P. C. .SOI .421 .363 UNITED STATES Richmond, I; Bonding. 4 Washington, 8: New York Cleveland 3; Chicago, K>. Cincinnati. 2; Pittsburgh. AMERICAN Boston, :.. DoTrolt, 6. Philadelphia, 3: Cleveland, Now York. 3: .St. Louis, 2 Washington, 2; Chicago, B. STANDING OF THE CLUBS 1 .ast Year .607 Club. Won. Reading . 6 Cincinnati ? Richmond . 4 Pittsburgh . 4 Washington . 3 Oh lea go . 3 Cleveland. 3 Now York . 0 .3 .OK' Club W, Chicago . is Boston . 13 PhlladeVphla ... 9 Washington .... 10 Cleveland . 0 Detroit . 10 .St. Louis . fi New York .i 6 P.C .783 .CO" ..?.on . r> >" 500 .4.1:. .316 .201 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY Boston at St. Lou!?. | Richmond at Washington jchirago at Philadelphia. Brooklyn at Cincinnati Cincinnati at Chicago I .St. Louis at Bo.-ton. N rw Y?i/k at Chicago. New York at Heading. Detryjt tit Now York. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh-! Cleveland al Pittsburgh. | Cleveland at W? WIN BY EXHIBITION OF INSIDE BASEBALL Sheckard Steals Horn: While Taylor Is Winding bp, Tying ? core, and Reading Then Goes In and Wins A.train Fn m ichmond. (Specinl to The Times-Dispatch.) Heading, Pa., May 10.?The Pret? zels by a wonderful exhibition of in? side baseball defeated the Richmond a gg regai ion this afternoon by tho score of i to ". Shccknrd'a stealing of home was by far the main feature Of the same. tin account of a heavy wind the attendance w.t* not up to the stand aid, but about 1,000 persona braved the wind and witnessed the gam.. Taylor and Fletcher were the oppos? ing Pitchers, and for a few innings it looked like a hot pitchers" battle. Nine batters bit the dust before the twirling of Taylor. Fletcher also threw a good game, but was unsteady at littles. Two error.? were ma l.- by the visit? ing team. Socks Seybold dropped one in right Held, when he was blinded by the sun, and Taylor made a bad throw of a bunted Wall to second base, which cost a base. Til-- visitors started the scoring in the third Inning when Blue sent out a double into deep right Held, and was brought iiome by n Single from Tay? lor's bat. lu the fourth inning Seybold singled, and oil a bad throw by Porte went from tirsl to third, and came home on Pine's single. Matty Rroderlck started the work to'- Reading in Ihe iifth inning, lie was the Ural man at blit, and hit Hie very tlrst ball into deep right Held for three Macks. Shecknrd followed with a three sacken sending Rroderlck home. Shecknrd made an attempt at the nn.\ir<-/.r, but his signal was caughl by the Richmond team, and a high ball was thrown, which Malay could only foit! off. Afi^ r Malay walked and Brouthers was nt the bit. Sheck ard steamed in and in a sensational manner slid over the homo plate while Taylor was .-till winding lip. This run tied the .score. In the Sixth inning Bibel singled to riulil Held, and Porto was s-afe on Taylor's error. Dieters sarrlfh ed the two men ahead and on Broderlck's liner to tlie right Held fence, both Porte a.r.d Dieters scored. .toe B'clil. the husky right beider im Reading, who yesterday wop ihe game for ihe locals by his hilling, struck out three times to-day not be? ing able lo Bolvo Taylor's benders. McParland's playing in centre field for ihe visitors was sensational, and he pulled down two long drives after running Hfty feet or more. Thr Sh.'ckard, cf Malay, If Itendlng. A it P. H, O \ B, Rroutwrs, : Riehl, rf .. Blbch lb... Porte, c . . Kellers. Ml Rroderlck, i Fletcher, p Totals .. Illeli ir.ond. A.B R. II O, Pront. :h . 4 o o o s p Hoffman; ?h . 4 0 1 :: 1 0 OMar\ If . 4 0 0 0 0 0 3;><hold rf . 1 " 1 4 ?' 1 McFarlahd, cf . 4 "? ' - ft 0 Rohan non. lb . ? 0 0 r' n '' Blue, c . :i 3 2 10 ,1 ? Newnliam, <s . r, 1 i i l o Taylor, p . 2 o -j o 0 l Total? .2 7 24 fi 2 ?Score by innings: R. Richmond .0 10 10 0 3 0 0? Heading .0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0s?I Summary: Runt sacrifice lilts?Tay? lor, Deiters Two base hit?Hoffman. Three base hits?-i?roderlck, Sheckard, Mi Fai land. Stri'.en bases?Blue, Malay. Brouthers. Ras.es on balls?off Tay? lor, 3, Struck out?toy Taylor. 10: by .Plefcherj 5. Time of game. 1:1.">. Um? pire, Tone. EASY VICTORY FOR CHICAGO Chicago, III May 1" -Three triples In a row, on ton of a muff by Peterson. In Centre field, spelled defeat (or Ih'S Cleveland United States l/caune- team to-day, the Chicago club putting across live tuns in the fifth inning and win? ning ti.e game by the scop? of 10 to 3. !; h i.w pll 'hod for tho locals, and he held the visitors to tivc scattered hits Clnclnnntl wilt open here to-morrow, Tlic score: " . t bicHgo. a.b. it. ii. ?, a. n Schall. 2b. 4 .t 1 1 i I Mclnkc, ,-s. o i o 0 1 0 Johnson, ss.3 1 I 3 1 i Walters, ::i>. 4 i 2 o 1 u i <?' irtenslch, cf. 4 i 3 1 0 ?' I Mutton, lb. 3 i 2 11 o 0 I Lynch, it. I " l o o o Stanley, rf. 4 0 0 2 2 u Slight, c. 4 1 i> 9 0 0 Bradshaw, p. 4 1 1 0 5 1 Totals .31 1" 10 27 13 Cleveland. A.B. !:. It. ?. A. i: Brit ton, 3b. 1 0 3 3 i Freeman, lb. .'? U 0 11 o | I Ort, 2b. I 1 0 1 3 i j Delehanty, if. u i u o o Peterson, cf. 4 u 0 4 1 t I Wakclleld, rf. t o l o 6 o Klrby, ss. o l 1 3 0' Green, c. 4 o j 6 1 u Bliinckc, j.. i ? ooio Totals .31 3 5 24 11 3 Score by Innings: R. Chit ago. 2 0 1 0 5 0 0 2 ??10 Cleveland . O'O 2 .0 0 0 0 0 1? .: '. Summary: Twoibas? hll ? Brhdshiiw. ! Three-bar. hits?Johnson. Walters Mutton. Double play?Klrby to Ort to Freeman. Struck out?by Bradshaw, 0; by Blanche, Bases on balls?olt Bradshaw, s; off Blancke, _?. Passed ball?Green. Stolen bases.? Wallers Lynch, Brltton (21, Green. Sa- rlllce hits?Johnson. Umpire, Lindsay. Time, 3:10. 2.500 FANS SEE GAME Pittsburgh, Pa., May 10?The Fili? pinos were defeated to-day by a score t of 2 to 1 before 2,:.<<<> enthusiastic fans by the Cincinnati Pretzels in the third game of the series. Taylor held the Filipinos to four hits. Two errors by Connell in the fourth were responsible for Pittsburgh's one run. The Cincin? nati team left to-niglU for Chicago The score: Clnelnnat I. A.B. R. II. O A. K. R?del, rf. 3 1 2 1 0 0 Barton, '-'b. 2 0 o o >; o Armbruster, cf. :; o l 2 0 o Witter. If. I 0 0 I 0 o Mollen, lb. 4 0 1 16 ! " Donnelly, c. 3 0 0 3 0 0 Connell, 3b. :: 0023 2 Bicrman. ss. 3 11 2 3 1 Taylor, p. 3 0 1 Oin 0 Totals . 2<t 2 6 27 22 3 Pittsburgh. , A.B. R. H, O. A. HI. I Callahan, cf. I 0 1 1 0 1. Dtlff, ss. 4 0 0 0 2 0 Brown, rf. 4 o 0 1 0 0 htlloy, if. 4 I 0 3 I 0 ! Sabrle, lb. 3 0 1 0 0 1 Warren. 2b. it 0 1 5 I 0 I Cranley, an. 0 0 3 1 u j Hughes, ??. 0 0 0 0 Hamilton, p. :'. 0 1 0 4 0 I Totals .31 1 4 27 9 0 [? Score by inning- 1: Cincinnati . n 0 0 0 0 10 T 0?2 j Pittsburgh . n 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0?1 Summary: Two-h r-e hits?Warren, 'stolen bases?Callahan (2), Warren, ; R?del. Donnelly Sacrifice hits?War? ren, Barl.ui. Sacrifice flies?Barton ', Armbruster. Double play?Warren, un? assisted. First base on bails?off Tay? lor. 2; oft Hamilton, 2. Struck out by Taylor, 1; by Hamilton, 5. Time, 1:50. Umpire, Fife ERRORS ARE NUMEROUS Washington, May 10.?Th > local Inited States I*cs8 ie team defeated RICHMOND LEAGUE Standing of thc Club?. Clubs Won. Lo.?t. P.C. Cherry Smash. 4 0 LO'iO Burk * Co. 3 1 .760 Jacobs & Levy. 3 1 .760 j UtljUslders . ?> 2 .r.00 ! Imperial? . 0 4 .000 American Clo. Co_ 0 4 .000 j _ Where They I'lny '1'o-dsr. Cherry Smash \? Jacobs it Levy, at Fairmount Park. Imperials vs, American Clolhlng Company, nt Byrd Park. Burk ?- Co. vs Miiislders, at Spring Mil! Park. WWlWWfltBl rwmhm ?to make it n real Whiskey OLD QUAKER is kep1 constantly at asum incr temperature for many years? think of the labor, iiut the reward is a flavor and smoothness that pauperizes language. A trial best lulls the tale.? Honest Old Quaker ????? Sole Distributer ? R .L. CHRISTAIN & CO., RICHMOND, VA. Now York In a weird game to-day by a score of 8 to fi. Tho game w.is loose? ly contested, and errors were numer? ous, the Gothamltcs contributing seven. The attendance was less than iou- The score: WashluRton, A.B. It. II O, a. E. Fallon, If. 4 2.1 3 0 1 Donddn, 2b. 5 2 I 6 4 0 Browne, rf. 4 I I lowTIng, cf. -1 Geary, ss.:.. :i , Fisher, 11?. 3 Cowan, e. 4 I Bennett, p. I 3 l 1 i o Total? 34 8 12 .'7 13 \cw York. A.B. It II O. Undcrdunk, If. Freyer, ss. Noyos. 3b. it: ussy, c. , Wall, lb. 1 Nuorer, cf. Cook, rf. Sweeney, 2b... Hudson, 2b... Murpli). p.... 11 24 10 7 R. 0 p ??s C 0 0?ti errors? Loft on York, f Total? .3C Score by inulnKs: Washington . I o l l i l -N*ew York. 10 1 ion Summary: i*ir:t base by 'Washington, t. New V rk. .:. bases?Washington, i: New |FlrS| bnso <>n balls?off Heimelt. 2; <>ir ' .Murphy, 2. Struck out?by Bennett, 2; I by Murphy. .', Two-base hits?Dundin, j Undcrdunk-, Bowling, Neuror, Sacrifice hits?Adler, Fisher, Cook. Stolen bases -Artlor. Geary, Conk. Double plays? Freyor to Noyes; Geary to D?ndon to Fisher. Passed balls?Cowan, l. Um Iplre, -Mr. Ctillum. Time. 2:05. !Y CHAMPS Hedgepeth and Morrisscy Op? posing Pitchers?Score Is 4 to 3. (.Special to The Times-Dispatch.. 1 Petersburg, V.l., May 10?Therhamps won from Newport News this afternoon In a ten-inning contest. Hedgepath and Morrisscy were the opposln? pitch? ers, and. parrinK his wlldncss, Hedge path plt>b.>d all around the deacon. Newport New.? seorcd in the. flrs't inning on a rlnnle by Plclss, a base on balls, I errors by Morganrath and Simmons and I Tennant's two-bagger. After this the! I Champs settl'-d down and ?;oos-< .cucml . I the visitors for nine straight Innings, i Pei^rsbure scored In the third on Hedgepath's single ami Anthony's dou | ble. in the eighth Petersburg scored again on Morganrath'a triple and, j Howcdcll'S double, and tied the fp-ore In the ninth on Anthony's sl'llglo, Sim- j mons's sacrifice and Spencer's double. In the tenth Howodell singled and >nt to third on a passed hall, and I came bom,, with the winning ? hi. when l.aunhlln senl a long drik base. The score: Petersburg. A B. Anthony, cf. :>. Simmon.". 2b. :< Burnett, lb. 2 i Spencer, rf. R I Morganrath, sa. How ? den. ;;b. 5 i Brcnnagan, if. -I f.uuirhlln. e. 6 I Hedgepath, p. 4 . C| y, , ,.].d ft ii O a f: Totals Vewporl News. A.B. It . 2 1 Plelss, rf. 2 Bates. :tb. 4 Evans, lb. R Bowcn, fs. l Tennaht, cf. 4 McDonald, 2b. 4 Coatcs, if. 3 Harrington, e. 4 Morrlssey, p. 3 H. O A. E. 0 Totals .U0 2 3 2f .Score by innings: Petersburg ....ooiooooi Newport News.. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 14 0 It. 1 1-4| (> 0 ?3 Summary: Two-base hits?Tennant, Eaughlln, Howcdcll. Spencer. Three- I base hits- Morganrath. Baso on balls'I ?olf Morrisscy, 4; off Hedgepath, 7. la ft on basis?Newport News, 2; I I Petersburg, Hit by pitched balls?| | Barnett, Struck out?by Morrlssey, by Hedgepath, i! Passed balls?Har-I rington. Time of game, 2:00. Umpire, McBrlde. Attendance. 760. CENTRAL LEAGUE standing Of the Mill... Clubs. Won Eost P Harpies . 47 1 .800 ] Cubs . 4 1 .?00 ] Giants . * l .800 j Hustlers . 2 3 .400 j Ramblers . 1 t .-ool Cardinals . 0 F, .000 ?Where Tbcy Piny To-liny. Oibg vs. Clants, at East End Park. J Hustlers vs. Ramblers, at Harvey j Park. Harpies vs. Cnrdlnnls at Byrd Park.] INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE At Buffalo: Buffalo, S; Providence, 4. At Montreal; Montreal, 3; Jersey ' At Rochester: ttoolioHter, 8; Newark, a ' At Toronto; Toronto, 14; Baltimore, a. After Raising Pennant, Cham? pions I'rove Easy Victims for Cleveland. DETROIT DEFEATS BOSTON Chicago Wins Foiir Straight, and St. Louis Falls lic fore New York. PM'.ndelphln. May 10.?The Athletics raised the Pentium i!i!h afternoon and then receiv? ed a severe beating front Cleveland. The score ?as ? to 3. .Murcun ?aa u maximum or Inconvpctency. lie was Ineffective, mid and tle.?eU his position poorly. dregs; was puzzling except In the sii'.li. when, with olio on bales, Murphy smashed the hn.i over the right held fence for u home run Score: Cleveland. I'hlludrlplitu. AU II O A 15 All II O A E Grancy, it. a i o ? o i.oni, if... .. i u o o Olson, ss... a 2:4 ZOIdrlag, c( ) M m Jackson, cf 1 1 1 0 9 Collins, 3b. a ft I 4 2 Kn am, lb, ? 0 ? 3 0 linker. Ib. I 1 Tl I Easterly, t 3 2 ? .1 1 .Murphy, rl I l- 1 ft 0 ityun. rf... 3 1 i 0 OM'Innlt, li> 1 : !> 0 u Hall, Ib.... 0 1 2 I 1 Dairy, sis. 4 ft 0 5 0 Turner, ab. 6 <: i 1 ?Kran. v.... 4 0340 Oregg, p.. 4 0 13 .'.Vornan, p i ft ft 7 1 -,?!>! rrlck .. li 0 0 0 0 Total* ...33 10X7 14 ? Total? ...31 4 27 :i 3 ?Untied lor Morgan 111 ninth. S:nre bv Innings: a. Philadelphia .l 0 ? 0 ? 11 0 IV-. Cleveland .2 ft 0 ft ft 2 r. 1 1?u Summary: ituns? Lord, Baker, Murphy, ; Or?ney i3>, Olion (3), Jackson t:'). Htr mlngham t'-'i. Easterly, DSU, Two-base hit i -Orancy. Home run1?Murphy, Bacriflce hits ?Collins, Easterly, llyan (3), Olson. Oregg. Double play?linker to Collins to Molnnls. Left on Sasei?Philadelphia. :. Cleveland,?. r-1 bus" on e-r.."t Philadelphia; C: Cleve? land. 3. P"iist base on batls-Oft" Morgan, 7: off Orogg, '-? struck out?By Morgan, 3; by, Qaegs, " Wild pi ten?Morgan (3), Oregg Time of game, ? hours. Utnplrot, Con-, nolly und Bart. FOUR STRAIGHT FOR CHICAGO Washington, May 19.?Chicago made it tour straight over Washington to-day, winning handily t, to 3. Peters held the locals to four scattered hits, and was (Iven almost ! perfect support. Score: Washington. Chicago. All it O A 13 ? AH H o a 1; 'MoeTler, If. s 1 3 0 siuth. 3t?... 4 2 ft 1 0 Kolter. 3b.. 4 111 0 I-nrd. 3b... 4 113 0 Milan, cf.. 4 1 - 0 orril'haii. If 5 0 1 0 t' <?..-:.ion. r: 3 1 1 0 one.li... cf.. t o o ? o M irgan, 2b 1 0 0 2 1 Collins, rf 4 1 1 ? 0 Knight, lb 4 oil 1 ? Beider, lb. 3 1 1C ft * M'Drlde. ?. t 1 3 1 ? Weaver, ti 2 1 1 s 1 Henry, c. S 0 ? ? ?Block, e... 3 1 ? ? ? Rreoin, P.. I OSS I Peters, p . 3 ?0 I 0 ! Totals ...? ST? ! Totals ...X 7 27 II V Score bv Innings: 1 v. .? r. gton . ft ft : ft 0 : ft ? r Chicago .0 0 <? e a 3 * ?? o?j Summary: ituns? Milan. Cashlon, Rath (!), Loral, Calianen, lllo.k Earned runs ? Washington, 3: Chicago, 8, T*o-b?se lilt? j Collins. Three-bale h|t?iiord. Home run ? Cashlon. sacrifice lilt*?Morgan. Oroom, Weaver, Pet< rs. Bodle. stoi.-n bases'?Milan IS). Moeiier. I.eft on bases?Washington. (.. Chicago, S. First base on errors?Odea. Co. ? First bar..- or, balls?Oft Groom, f.; ofT Pete?, 3. Struck out?By Groom. S; by Pe? ter?. :.. Wi d pitch (Iroom Time of -imr, 3 1,ours. t*iiipir<8, Purine und Dlneen. HOME RUN WINS FOR TIGERS llonon, Man . May 10 ?Crawford's Jir.me run with :wo on baiei in the idntb decided n ulose game In DTTrolt's favor, i to S, to? day. Score: Boston. Detroit. au 11 o a k at? n o a a Hooper, rf. 2 0 5 ft ?a?-sh. ss S 1 E 4 1 Eagle, -jn.. 3131 (Vitt,* :??.... f> 3 3 2 <l Speaker. rf ? 3 4 1 Oinbb. cf... 4 1 3 0 0 Bradley, lb 4 ? S t ?Craw'd, rf 4 3 3 ft ft Gardner, 3i< 4 1 2 6 I Dele*ty, If 3 0 1 ? ft Lewis, if... 4 ft 3 ft OMor'lty, lb 6 i 10 ft 0 Wagner, is :'? 0 3 s > Bau'an, 3b 3 ft 0 3 1 in, c4 I 1 1 IStana'gCj H ? - ? " O'Brien, p. 4 too ?Willott, p. 4 1 0 : *. Total? ...32 ?. 27 7 4 Totals ...37 9 '37 11 r Score by innings- R. I), ttoit.JO0SM1SJ < Hester, .'..I ft 0 I ft 0 1 * -?*' Summary: Huns?Hoope:, Engle (3), Waq nci .-pe.-liter. Bath 12), Vitt (2), ''ot.h, Crawford. Two-base bits?Wlll*tt, Gardnci Three.linse litt? Hush, f-rawford Home run 1-. ford Bacriflce hit -Jloopei Double plays Bradley to Wagner: Wagner 10 Engle to Bradley. Stolen bases?Englas, Vltr i'ohb, IVadk'y, speaker. First base on balls Off O'Brien, C; oft Wlllett; 8. Struck out? Hy O'Brien, :': by Wlllett, 2. lilt by pitcher Engle. Umpires, Bvanl ang Bgan. HIGHLANDERS WIN IN NINTH New York. May l<V~Th? Highlanders de tested Hie Drowns ir. the only game played of the Intended four Knine.? ijulnn and Baumgartner plteHid iriod ball, V. w Voik won In the ninth, when Wolvorton double, Kinn tripled and Pratl fumbled on Do'an. netting two runs Score: St. I.011N. New York. AT. n O A K ATI BOA E Shotten, of .! 0 4 0 2 rmn. cf... S 4 1 0 ft Amtln. 3b :: 0 0 1 ?Martin, ss 4 1 1 2 3 Rtovall, lb. 3 0 10 0 1 Dolan. 3b. f. 0 ft 3 fi Pratt, 3b... 4 ft 3 2 1'.'ree. If.... 4 1 S 0 0 ID.Kan. If.. 3 0 1 ? ?Harts*!, rf 3 3 1 ft n Laporte. rf 4 0 ft ft ftSlm'nl, !t> 3 1 14 1 0 Wallace, ul IM otiara'r. f*b. < 1 1 i 1 Staphonc, e i I T 1 ?StreeL e.. ft ft 3 < 0 Bou'ner, p. 3 ft ft ? ?Fisher, < ..o n - ? n Quinn, ?..30130 IWoller ..1 ft 0 ? ft twioTton., i 1 ? ? s Totals .. 20 i'V.U 4 Totals ...33 11 27 14 3 ?Two out when winning run was ?eored "Hatted for Fisher In ninth. ?"Hatted for Qulnn in ninth. Fisher hntierl for Street In sixth. Score by IntiliiKs: n. 81 Loull.0 1 0 ft 0 1 fl ft 0?2 New- Y'ork....?00 1 0 0 0 02-': Sunimnry: Ituns?Austin. Pratl. y.lnn, HartSOll, Wolverton. Two-base lilt?Plm n.nii.? Three.ha.,, hits?Wallace, Hrrtzell. Saerlfbe ">*Ts llngan. M irfln, Slmmsni. S.ie rlfiee fly?TTogan. Stolen baies?Oardncr, Austin. Pratt, /.Inn. Double play?Austin to Pratt to Blovall. Loft on bales?Now York. 5-: St, f.ouls. c. First base on errors?Ni-w York. 3; si. I.ouli, 5, Struck out?By Qulnn. ?: by Baumgardner, 3, first Base en hrtlli? rifr Qulnn, I, Hp bv pltrher?By BaUmgSrd n. f. T (Street); by Qulnn, 1 (StovnII). l.'m plrei, Weilervelt and O'Loughlln. ANMJAt PIBIaD DAY AT BICiniOM) AOADG3MY The. annual field day of Rtchmond /Ycadomy was held yesterday morning and afternoon ul the sihocl grounds. The preliminary heats ami field events were run off in the morning, the finals In the afternoon. The line weather brought out a great number of spectators and at limes the en? thusiasm ran high. The events were class'fled under four head3, Vlg:, Senior, Junior. Inter? mediate and Midgets, according to the ages und size. In the Senior events, John Harrison won the greatest num? ber of points, 33. with John Harlow a good second. Harrison was also tiie winner of the school all-round medal. In the Intermediate class, Ed. win Kodes .von thirty-six po'nts. The Junior class was headed by Snm Witt, with twenty-three points. The Mid? gets class was led by Clyde Sounders. Jr.. with seventeen points. One event called forth especially vociferous! applause, was the M;dgot 'high.- jump. won by Clyde Saund crs, with Talbott Young, a very close second. The flashes were eioseiv con? tested and the time good. John Har? low showed his usual SQlendid form <n the dashes. John Harrison alao Is worthy of special piontlon. (2, halmers MOTOR CARS Gordon Motor Company II ICH u on D, \ I II GI MV. Danville Club May Seil Manager Gaston I Special to Tb? Tlnies-Iltspnlcb.l Unnvllle, Vn., Majr 10.?A report Kninrti currencs here t>ln nfter iioou Hint Manager iinviu Gaeton IihiI in ?-Ii ?oltli Our <>f ihr manag? Iiik eomtulttce of Iba team declined to deny ?r confirm Hie report. I'realtlriit Dim' tiiiynn, of tlir local nthlcilc IriiKiir, dialed to-night ihm GaatOD lind uot been Bold. Inn thut iK'Kolinilona vrere on font for iii ? ulr. Ii.- declined lo ntotr who nindr Hie offer * Ii In rnrly, n* the maller ivaa not nettled, it i* thought, however, ihm II Im from one of the v IrRlnln League ?-luli?. HIGHWAY FUND S?LL GROWING Collections for the ltichmond-Wash? ington Highway irportid yesterday amounted to j?.i2i, running the grand : total up to 113,000. Much gratlflca | tlon was expressed by the Promoter? , of the highway, and they are mote than ever confident that the re-iulslto amount will be raised In due time. The next meeting of the executive ' committee will be held at the Jeff er 'son Hotel on Tuesday, at - o'clock, , when plans for bringing the cam . palgn to a whirlwind finish will be made Trunks, Bags, Suit-Casea Special Notice! Sunday Seaside Outings Commencing: Nni Sunday, Mn> 1-. Round $1.50 TriP to Old Point, Buckroe, Pine Beach,0ceanView, Portsmouth, Norfolk, Cape Henry, Va. Beach t\\ ri V ^ st lit t I N s. Ihrrj Suadny, '???Ml nn,l :i \. ??!. I Giving ten hour* at seaside Chol-.? I of two route* to Norfolk, ' 8:1) trnln (scndliU special) makes no atop between Richmond and Oid Point. *.i A. M, trat:, slop only at N.?',vport i News. Norfolk llrk.-ts RObd via old Point, Pin Reach and"Ocean Vlow, or via C. ? ?> Steam r from Newport News I Returning, leave Norfolk via Ocean I Vi.-w Hallway < Very hour until 6:30 I p, M. Leave Ocean View every hour 'until 7:15 P. M. Past trains leave Old I P.dnt ?1:2.1 and S:30 P M. I l.env.; Norfolk via ?". O. steamer ! I P M. and S P. M. Smu?crnrms. Matinee and Night l.l < II.I.e. I.A VKIIXE COMPANY, In William Gillette's Beautiful Pit "CLARICE" \r\t Week??MOTIIEB.?' BIJOU-THIS WEEK George Sidney la a revival of his best of fun shows, BUSY IZZY Including CAniUK webber. next weisk, Homer'? Odyssey IMetnren. 10c._( Baseball RICHMOND vs. Thursday, l-'rlilny nod Saturday, MAY 0, 10 and 11. Gnm^ called 4:30 P. M, AdmlKNlon. 25e. OrnnilKlniid. 13r. Confederate Ball Masonic Temple Tuesday, May 14, Auspices Richmond Chapter. Dancing and Supper.SI.Od Gallery. 50c Tickets Corlcy Piano Co., Polk Miller DniK Store, Thompson's Driig Store; or any member of Richmond Cliapter, U. D. C.