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Bugs Raymond Will -Pitch for Cincinnati Thursday
FORD AUTO CO., 1629 W. Broad St,
BIG FEDS WILL
FACE BARRIERS
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Many Owners Pay Fees for En?
tries in Early Closing Races
at State Fair.
Following will be found a list of
owners who will havo entries In the
early closing races at tho Bt-te Fltlr
nest fall, Tho list Includes BOino
of the most prominent owners of har?
ness horses In tho country, and the
field in each event will bo well filled,
Here Is the list:
No. -I. 11,000. 2:14 pace?John R
Brady, Buffalo, n. y,; j. w. Porter.
Emporia. V.l.; W. E. Miller. Washing?
ton. D. c.; \y. K. Hjh ley. Devon, Pa.;
Roaring Hrook Purin. Burton, Vt.; Mc
llehry Brot.. Hagerstown, Md.; Dan
Lcary. West Chester, Fu\; E. O. Land
ley. Caniden. N. J.; W. P. MtrreU, Ai
toona. Pa.; Herman Tyson. Newark,
Del ; Henry J. B?rdln, Marion. S. C.i
C. E. Pitman. Trenton. N.
No. 2. 12,000. 2:20 pace.?M. V. Tay?
lor. William R. Hatchings. West Mold.
H. J.; E. D. Hollenbeck. Mineola. L. 1..
.'amis Cleary, East Aurora. N. y.; .1.
VF. Porter. Emporia, Va. (.two entries):
William J. Hall. Marlon Station. Md.;
K. C. Corhn. Washington. D. C: 8. E,
Eartr.g, Richmond, Va.; R. M. Bride.
Mobile. Ala. (two entries;; G. J. Per
has: Rearing Brook Farm, Barton, Va.;
Marshall Hai?, Washington, D. C.; Dan
Leary, West Chester, la.; Prank W.
Cos. Philadelphia. Pa.; \V. P. MurreU, I
Al'-oor.a. Pa.: Herman Tyson, Newark,
Del.; Frank Speck. Carlisle. Pa.; Hugh
Moore, Mortonville, Pa.; T. M. Twomey, |
Coatesviiie. Pa.; H. B. Shurgar, Le?
banon, Pa.; Henry j. Bard In, Marion',;
?. C: S. y. Dtmarest, Paterson, N. J.; !
C. E. Pitman, Trenton. N. J. (three j
entries:'.
No. S. $1.000. 2:15 trot.?E. D. Hoi-1
lenbeck. Mineola, L. I.; W. R. Duke.
Bennettsvllle. S. C.; G. G. Blank, .\i
lentbwn, Pa.: A. A. Stagle, Petersburg,
Va.; S. E. Eatlnfr, Richmond. Va.; J.
11. Patterson. Petersburg, Va.; W. B.
Mitchcii. Baltimore, Md.; A. B. Cum
mlngs, Reading, Pa.; James ploi'ey,
Bryu Mawr. Pa.; E. O. Elndley. Cam- I
den, N. J. (two entries); Frank W.
Cox. Philadelphia. Pa.J Herman Tyson.
Newark, Del. (three entries); C. E. ]
Pitman, Treiaon, N. J.
No. -1. $2,000. 2:27 trot.?L. T. Win?
ston. G. G. Blank. Allentown, Pa.; J.
W. Porter, Emporia, Va.; W. E. Miller,
Washington, D. C; W. F. Hurley, De?
von, Pa.; George A. Wright, Saltvlllc,
Va.; W. S. Edelmeyer, New York City.
P. E. Baring, Richmond, Va.; J. II.
Pntterson. Petersburg, Via.; G. J. Pur
hen, W. B. Mitchell, Baltimore, Md.:
George R. Snldekef, Klrkwood, Del.:
A. B. dimming*. Reading, l'a.; James
Flory. Bryn Mawr, Pa. (two entries);
James C smith, Buttonwood stock
Farm. Gettysburg. Pa.; R. Hehtcheil,
Arlington. Md.; Herman Tyson, New?
ark. Del.; Michael Morris. Washington.
D. D.; H. A. HnrdinsT. Barton. Va. (two
entries i; W. E. Clarke. Fredonla', N.
Y.
Times-Dispatch vs. \ Irglnlnn.
The Times-Dispatch team wilt play
the Richmond Virginian to-day at
Byril Park at 4:30 o'clock. A Strong
league l.ris been formed and a fair
schedule arranced for the following
newspaper teams: News Leader. Eve?
ning Journal. Richmond Virginian,
Tlmes-DIi patch.
Bowling
The thirrl. round of The Times-Dis?
patch bojrllng. toTimament took place
lust night on the Palace Al?
leys, and there were several
changes In the standings. Go
bean, who has been leading all tne
way. was nearly overtaken by Beck
There are over three pins difference
r,o\v between these two bowlers.
Brown ran up his avenge and took
third place. Dawson and Smith both
fill down, but aro still in the linal
with the live men who will light It out
to-morrow night on the Palace Al?
leys at (??'.<> o'clock sharp- Following
ere the five who will roll in the final.
Cobean, 057: Beck, 954; Brown, 006:
Daws-on, 902; Smith, ;.j5.
Following are the scores last nicht:
12?. Total
Brown .11". 90 10S 33'J
Beck .1?S *.'- llti 3(>S
Cobesn . SS 91 111 '-"'".
Dawson .103 05 71'. 27i
Burrows . i>5 110 71? 271
Smith . 84 81 84 2S&
Lohman . 7.- 86 85 24S
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Way Above the oidlp.ary gin.
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Distillers and blenders or fine whlskli
The buyer wno knowu me different
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Car Co.
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Saieaioom,
THE WORLDS'
CHAMPION
Let us demonstrate
Lezier superiority',
1625 W. Broad Sr
GIANTS WIN FIGHT
FOR FIRST PLACE
In Ragged Game, Defeat Cin?
cinnati by Score of
6 to 4.
BOSTON LOSES TO PIRATES
Brooklyn Falls Before Cubs, and
Phillies Win From
Cardinals.
Cincinnati, May The Giants won the
"oattlc for first place In the present series
by defeating lbs Kcds t> to 3 lo-dav. Ootli
teams played rnetjed ball, the Champions
lilt much harder than the locals, who could
not bunch their hltl, and would have been
shuicfii but fnr the wllduesi of Tesreau and
bis poor support. Wlltte took Tesreau'a
piaci In the iidrd Innlnu, and was bit irer
ly. but not timely. The Heds were still
further crippled by the Illness of Shortstop
Esmond, who was forced to retire in the
second innins. Score:
Cincinnati. New York,
I . A It II () A U AD II r> A Ft
Ma.-sans. (?: ' c e 0 Becker, rf. 5 a 2 0 ?
Ceverold, if 3 I ?-? e> 0 Doyle, Sb.. 4 ? :t a >)
liob'zei. lo. i 1 5 m S'sraa*. of 3 t 3 0 1
Mitchell, ri : l u 0 Murray, if t t o t
Egon, ;??>... i (> i i 0 Merkte, lb t ." ll : l
iPhelan, ab. t ? i a 0 Herzog, sb I l l .-. l
Esmond. ?s 1 1 10 1 Myers, c... I I :t 0 v
M'D'ald, ss S : 3 u IFlot'er, as. 4 3 ! 3 0|
M'I.ean, c. 3 l i 3 uTtirtau, p. t 0 0 1 U
?Keefe, p... o o o c uwutse, p.. a i l ; o
?Grant _ 0 0 0 o
Hu'p'ies; p. : (? o ?
tClarke .... 1 0 0 ? 0
Totals ...?10 17 1t 2 Totals ...37 13 2" II <
?Batted for Keefe lit tliird.
ISatted tor Humphrlea la ninth.
Cincinnati .01030 0 0**?t
New Vurh.io3lootM?-<>
Summary: Runs?Mitchell. Phelan, McDon?
ald. Becker, Doyle. Snodgras*. Merkle, Her?
zog. Fletcher. Two-base- bits?Marians t2>.
Merkte. Three-hasa hits?Becker. Herzog.
?aertnc? hit??Dorla, stolen bases?Murray.
tSnodsrass. Merkle. Fletcher. Double plays?
Fhelan to Kjran to Mobilize'.; Fletcher to
Merkle to Hersog: Doyle io Merkle. 1-cft
on baaas?Cincinnati, New Vork, 7. Hits?
OK Keefe, f. oft* Humphries, 7. ott Teireau,
3; otr Wlltie, 7. Flrtt base on bttlli?OK
Humphries, 2; off Tesr.au. 2; olY Willst, t.
Struck out?By Keefe, I; by Humphries, -;
by Tcsre.au, 1; by Wlltsc, I. Wild pitch?
Teireau. Pasted ba::?Myers. Time of
game, 8:07. Umpires, Khun and Bulb.
TOTAL 0F_23 RUNS IN GAME
Pittsburgh, Pa., May It?Pittsburrh ar.d
Boston started on* this afternoon os thoogb
they w.-ro guln,; to score runs enough rot ull
season. The visitors opened on Camhtti for
n quartet o.' runs, while the Pirates came
Pack In the second and went one better. The
feature ol tiiu game whs the hard hitting
of the locals, who made nfte'en hits for a
tutal of twenty-six bases. Five of the
Ilftecn hits wer? triple!. Campbell, the e)C
J'.i-.ite, made three hits to-day again for
Boston, making nine btnglc* In the last
three games. Score:
Pittsburgh. Boston.
au it o a k au o a e
Byrne, 3b.. S 4 l -? OM'D'ald.Sbt 3 l 2 ?
Carey, ir... 4 l l o ocu'p'ell, cf 4 3 l o o
Leach, e-f.. .1 0 3 0 OBwcc'y, -.'b. 3 2 4 3 0
Wagner, ?1:31 out. Miller. 4 0 i> o ft
-.1 Miller.. 0 S10 1 QKIrke, if., l l a o o
Wilson, rf-5 1 -? o u .luciis'n. if 4 w 1 o ?
MVar'y. 2b 4 2 1 3 3 Heuser, :b 4 1 S 2 0
Kelly, c ... 4 2 4 0 0 Devlin, *s. 3 2 :: 0 i>
Camnltz, p. ? ?> l 2 0 Kling, c... 4 :; 1 0 1
I.-lllcld, p. 2 : 1 2 OHarldcn, el 0 2 0 o
Urown. p. 1 0 ?10
Purdue, p. 3 0 0 1 0
M'Tlgite, p 1 0 0 I 0
tShean .... 1 (1 0 0 0
Totals ...27 15 27 14 3 Totals ...39 11 21 M 1
?J. Miller, first base.
11t. Miller, right field.
:Batted for McTigue In ninth.
Pittsburgh .1 5 0 0 0 3: .*. ??n
Boston .4 1 1 * 1 0 0 2 0?!?
Summary: Runs?Byrne 121. Carey, Leach
(5), J. Miller. Wilson. McCarthy (S>. Kelly
.... Letfteld^C), McDonald ? Campboll,
Klrkc, Heuser (2), Devlin. McTlguo. Tuo
b??* hl??Wagner, Campbell, K:tn?r. Threo
base lilts?Carey. Wagner, J. Miller, Wilson,
McCarthy, Sacrifice, hits?Carey, Campbell,
Bw< nay (5). Stolon bases-Kelly, Klrke.
Hou?c-r. Double plays?McCarthy to J. Mill?
er: Wagner to J. Miller; Houaer to Devlin:
Sv.ley to McDonald; McTigue to Sweeney
to Houser. Left on' banes?Pittsburgh, 4;
' >t>. !? First base on errors?Boston, St.
??i'.ir?i-ifr Camnltz, 1 In 11-3 Innings: off bei
fldd. s in 7 2-3 Innings; off Brown, t in 1 j-::
Innings: <'<t Purdue, ?; :n 4 1-3 Innings; off
McTiyue, 4 In 2 Innings. First base 011 bails
-Oft ' i!iir,:iz. 1: ott Leiileld. 1; off Brow;-.,
off McTigue, 2. Struck out?By Lelfleld,
t, by Brown, I; by Purdue, I; by MeTlgut,
till l>v pitcher?By Camnltz, 1 tMcDon?
ald! Time ol game. 2 hours. Umpires.
Brenr.an ar.d Owens.
PHILLIES SEAT CARDINALS
St. Louis. May 2L?The i-hlllj.es beat the
Cardinals 7 to 6 0:1 n pass to S*-.?:ert. I.u.l
? ru?"? single and a sacrifice fty In ninth.
1 ..-1 Sftv- d ;;-e game hv hauling down
MOgee's long lln. r in the Cardinals' half. It
? O'.'Kei! like a sure home run. and one man
was ,m nt the lime. Harmon relieved Willis
In The nlnthi and lannrd Dool.-in und Dooln
with 111*1 mil second occupied. Score:
Ph^aCrlplda. St. I.onls.
AT". II O \ K Ajj ? o a r
Knsbe, :\i. 5 1 3 1 OMagee, 2b. .'. t> 2 $
Titus, rf... t 1 ; (1 e Liu,, if... t ,, 3 ?
Packen, . : i . -. 0 OMowr'y, ?,321?
1 Lud.nr.. ?5 : :? U OKon'hy, lb 3 2 10 0
,CravatIi. If 3 3 3 1 2 Evans, rf. 4 :i 2 1
|.Downey. ;th 3 0 1 ? 0 ilauser. ss 3 1 1 4
j !>.'..jan, ss. 4 ; 2 3 Ooakea, ct..x 0 1 0
Dooln. c... 4 2 5 Z OWir.go. c. 2 0 7 1
Alex'der. p2 u ? : 0 Willis, p.. 3 001
Murre, p... 0 {1 11 0 0 Harmon, pi 0 0 0
. ?i;raaam ..SO r, 0 "0
Total* ...33 11 27 12 3 Totais ...31 8 27 13 S
?Betted tor Alexander Iii eighth
PMleiltlnnlu..0 3 0 13 0 01 1?7
St. Loula.3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0??!
Bummory: Bun*?Knabe. Titus. lNufcert.
Critvnth (2V, Dool?n C'. Mo'vroy. Konetchy
i.i. Eva??, H?user (3). Two-baie hits?
Crai'atli IS). PaSkert, Dooi.m. Three-base
bit?Konetchy. Sacrifice hlti?Downey (i),
I?"' .an. oakit Sai-i Uli <-? fib-*?Alexander.
Wlhgo. ?to!cn bases?Konetchy. 1 (enter (21.
Mown:. Dooln, Evans. Doable iilay?H?user
to Magee lo Konetchy. Left en haiek?Kt.
1.mils. <? Philadelphia, 10. Bit??Oft A!exa;i
der. ?; in 1 Inning*; off Wills, u in x In?
i.:n;.?. First base o:i halls -CUT Willis. 6; oft
j Harmon; i: off Alexander, 8. Hi r uck out?My
Willis, f>; by Ifnrmon, 3; by Alexander, 2;
v Moore, 1 Mil by pitcher?Dy Mi..,re, I
(WlnifOI. Passed hall?IJooln. Time of
, ??? rn ;.lies, Johnatone and Bason,
CUBS DEFEAT SUPERBAS
Chicago, lib. May 31.?The Cubs heat
I C to. I In the third game of the
tries, lo ifkklhg N'?i> Keeker quit In
the eighth Moroney, Chicago'? ne-.v left
? i ? ft.-xi i iu In three Innings.
nthllng ol Ifofmon and Bheckard was
?
Chicago. Ui.ibkl.in.
At. II O A K Al. 11 O A U
Bheck'd, if j i t l u.Moran, rf. 12 10 0
[Miller, id**.' 3 v .' ii UDouti t, lb. I i) 1 0 I
:>. .. -?? ' 1 1 0 UUmlth, 3a. 4 i) 3 J 0
S&lrn'an, Kb. 1 1 3 ox'rih'n, eft 3 3 0 0
HOfmtO. lb 3 1 It 0 <J Wheat, If. 4 0 1 3 (i
Tinker, w S "i . 1 7 ?Hnm'el, lb J O 1 a a
Ever*. 20.. i 1 S 2 OTooley. as. g I 1 t u
.Ntl-dh m. i 4 0 ?? 1 Oi-helfis. e.. 3 2 7 4 0
Moroney. |i I ! ? ? 1 R?cker, p. 3 0 0 1 0
Knottier, p o o 0 2 c
?Cutthaw, l o 0 0 o
Total* ? ?' ?. ? ?.''. !?". 1 Totals ...at ?. :t 1* ?
?Betted (pi Knetser In ninth.
Chicago .0 10 2 0 3 0 0 ??3
jlrooltlyn .00 1000 3 0 1-4
Suiarnarr: Itur,*--?lro:ne:miin, llofmnn
(2a. X.i-it-. r. fCeedllarn* WnesU Itummol,
Yesterday's Results in Three Big Leagues
NATIONAL
Chicago, 5; Brooklyn, 4.
Pittsburgh, 14; Boston. 9.
St. Louis. C; Philadelphia,
Cincinnati, 3; New York, 0.
UNITED STATES
Rlohmond, 6; New York, 4.
Washington, 3; Rending, 7.
Pittsburgh, 7; Chicago, 4.
Cleveland-Cincinnati; no grame.
AMERICAN
Washington, 0; Detroit. :
Boston, 3; Clovelund, 1.
New Y'ork, 9; Chicago, S.
Philadelphia, 4; St. Louis
Club
N>aw York..
Cincinnati .
Chicago . . .
Pittsburgh
St. Louis .. .
Philadelphia
Boston -
Brooklyn .
Won.
. 21
733
50 J
4 SO
400
4 JO
33.1
320
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Last
Year
.coo
.500
.531
.033
.444
.CSS
.242
.323
Club. Won
Heading . 11
Pittsburgh. 9
Richmond .. 110
Cincinnati . S
Cleveland. 8
Washington . >>
Chicago fi
New York . 2
Club
Chicago -
Boston .
Detroit .
Washington
Cleveland
Philadelphia
Naw York.. .
St. Louis .. .
Won.
Lost.
8
1 4
17
.13
P.C.
.742
.043
.BOO
.600
.603
.440
.320
.296
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
Boston a; Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
No game a scheduled.
Chicago at New York.
?4t. l^ouis ait Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington.
Cleveland at Boston.
ICULLEM ASSAULTED
I AFTER GAME IS WON
?l com -Baseman Ccoa Got Keal Angry and SmoU
the Umps a Might Smite?It Cost Him Ju^i
Five iron Men ana His Job.
UV Gl'S MALBBKT.
Alouzo Cook, a llery-iempered young
man. who has been playing excellent
ball for Billy Jordan and his New York j
club, yesterday furnished tin chlet
sport of the afternoon, trying to emu-,
late Tyrus Goorgla Peach Cobb, though,
Instead of venting his spleen aga r>st |
a spectator, he made Umps Cullem'thai
butt, of his unseemly practical Joke, I
as Umps Cullcm will testify.
Naturally it all happened because
the Hcba won another from thn Bronx
villi patriots, though the game was
exceedingly close. Putting Jim Jei
irics's most mighty wallop back into
the class with an Infant's harmless tap,
Cook lammed one across after the last ,
man had been called out ]u the ninth,
and everybody was homeward bound
with thoughts of the evening meal UP
permost and a pleasant retrospect
that Richmond was 5 t" 4 on the right
aide of the scoreboard, which very
nearly put Cullem down for the count.
Cook was the last man up In thoj
ninth. There was Gribbln on second ,
base, ready to score should Cook dv
liver. The count stoou mo balls and
two strikes, putting thu halte,- in lh? ;
hole. Then Cook hit what looked to
many to be a foul, l,ut to L'inps Cull >m
it looked fair. Bert Blue hurled to Pat
Bohannon, an;l the game was over, with
the- score standing aa already men-1
Cone 1. It was then that Cook deliv?
ered th.- Johnsonian punch wh'ch cost:
him Jf. and his Job. Cullem had turned j
to leave the grounds alter some healed
argument when the clout was sent
home.
Cook's offensj was inexcusable, for
even If the umps was wrong, it offers (
no excuse for u ball player to make a i
prize ling of the ball Held. The young- .'
ster was arrested and haled before
Magistrate Puryear, the hurry trial be?
ing necessary in order to allow the
New Yorkers to catch tho i>:2u train
home. Cullem was forgiving, and Cook
himself was thoroughly penitent, but a
trifle too late.
The ball game li?e.lf was a pretty
exhibition. The Knickerbockers stead- j
led after the wavering of the day be- i
for?, put up something like a real ar
ticle "f ball, and garnered three tallies
In the opening round, wnich atood up
for them until the fourth, when the
Bcbs tied it up. Still looking for vic?
tory, tho Gothamltea snatched another
from tho count tree In the fifth, and
not until the eighth were they headed.
The Robs then pushed two across,
which ended the fighting.
The three rims for Jordan's crowd
happened as a result of a pass is?ued j
by Shorty l.a'.hrop, who was again i
given a cha.-.cc to win, a misjudged US' |
which was misjudged just inough by |
Patsy Bohannon to make It count as
tiie scratchiest kind of a hit, and
Wnhl's fence-raiser over right.
The second oount also came from :
what should not have been. Shorty
hit Hope, and Cook was safe on an-,
other blunder by Bohannon. Freyet
sacrificed perfectly, and rather than
t ike chances on Frank Brugg)', Blue!
made Lathrop issue a deliberate pass. ;
Wahl was given the same medicine, and j
the forced run came over.
with the score standing I to ?
against him, Newnham substituted him- |
self lor Lathrop after Hoffman had
fouled out in the elgfhth. Th; doughty
manager won a pass from Hope, went
to third on Bill front's second double
j of the game, and scored when O'Hare
laid one down the first base line, Prout
going ic> third. Sox pullid off a neat
squeeze, and Prout scored with tho
winning run.
Asl le from Wahl's home run. there
wer- no particularly brilliant features,
with the possible exception of Friycr's
catch of Prout's drive In tht opener I
? with his gloved hand. The Rebs de- I
servo a world of credit for their gnme.
gl i coming from behind anel winning.
I'.ut Hilly Jordan's outfit was unable
to hit- After Newnham had batted
Tooley (S). TtWo-uase hits?Zimmerman,
'< Mormon; Tooley, Northen. Sacrifice hits?
m Tinker, i'helps. Stolon bases?Ever*,
I Moran, Tooley. Hnublc pbiys?Tinker to
: l ive is (o I lot man; Sheckard to Needham.
I : >.: > -Olf. Itueker, 10 In 7 IiuiIiirs. First base
I on balls?Off Moroney, t; off H?cker, 3; off
j'Km.-tser, i Struck out?By Mosoney, 3; by
|l!ii'ktr. C; by Knetzer. 1. lilt by pitcher?
? card, Time of same, 1:S0. Umpires,
j Itlcler und I ,nnernn.
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
A*. Greensboro: flreensboro, 4; Orcen
Al Anderson: Anderson. 3; Wlnston
; Salem, 2
AI Charlotte: Charlotte. 9; Spartan
1 burg, 0.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
i At tjouisvllle: Louisville, 6; Indlan
I a poll's, o.
At MUwhugce: Milwntikee-Mlnncnp
1 j oils, w et grounds.
Al Kansas <it> : Kansas City. S; St:
? Paul. r,.
At Columbus: Columbus. 11; Toledo,
i 12 (twelve lnn'.Dgs).
BUI Taylor was sent In to bring home
the bacon, and ho did. That's the whole
story except what la shown In the box
score, litre it is:
Kichmond.
R II O. A. K.
l'rout. 2i>. I
O'Hare. H.6
Be>*bo*ld, rf. z
Mx r arland. eV. I
Bvhannoa. lb. i
Blue, c. I
Parmalec, ss. *
lloftinan, 3b. 4
Lothrop, p.
Taylor, p.1...*.... 0
'?l.iiham .u
? ut.-.l* .3-, i 1? 37 1:1
New York.
AB IV It, O. A. El.
?.'ook. "lb.? - 0 0 3 3
Freyer, ss.? i 1 1 4
Noyct. Zb. 4 0 0 3 a
Bruggy, c. 3 10 3 1
Wohl, lb. S 1 2 12 0
Neuer, rf. 4 0 0 0 I
Orettbln, If. 4 0 Z 0 0
Hudson, cf. 3 0 0 3 0
Hope, p.3 10 0 1
TotnTj .?...?.ji: i B 21 12
'Batted for Lothrop In elghttfc
The score by Innings:
ltlchmond .<> 0 : i (I 0 0 i ?
N, \v York.:? 0001000 0?? I
Summary: Two-bate Mu?Prout (5), Hornel
run?Wahl. Sacrir.ce hits?r'reyer. Seyouio.
Hudson. Stolen base?O'li -re. Left on
batet- r.lchn-.ond. It; New York. 5. Hits?oh* I
Lothrop, I In 3 Innings; err Taylor. 1 In 1 I
limine. First hAso on balls?OR Lothrop, 1
off Hope. struck Out?By lothrop. 4; by J
Hope. _?; by Taylor. 1. Hit by pitcher?Hope.
Time of fc-am.-. 1:10. Umpire. Cultem.
READING WINS AGAIN
Washington, May 21.?"Washington |
United .States League club met defeat
here- to-day at the hands of the Head
ins aggregation, 7 to 3, In a well played I
Kama. Up to the seventh Innlnij Jeff j
1 feffer. who was on the mound for the*
.Senators, pitched good ball, and not a I
Heading man reached second base. In 1
the last three Innings Reading scored
seven runs and land id the game. The '
score:
Washington. I
A.B. IV H. O. A. E. i
Pallon, If. 2 1 1 1: 0 Ii
Dundon, 2h. 4 0 2 3 1 ui
Patience, 3b. 4 0 0 4 3 1
Browne, rf. 3 0 1 2 0 1
Geary, ss. 4 0 0 2 1 0 J
Cotter, c. 4 0 1 2 0 1,
Fisher, lb. 2 0 0 10 0
Burke, cf. 2 112 0
Pfeffer, p. 1 l o 0 5
Totals
Heading.
A B. R. II. O. A. E. !
Sheckard, cf. 5 2 1 2 0 ??
Berkle, 2b. 4 o t 4 2 o1
El bei, lb. 5 2 2 12 :i o i
Petit, if. 4 1 2 1 0 0
Broderlck, ss. 3 0 0 2 3 0
Piters. 8b. 4 0 1 0 2 0
Porte. 0. 3 0 1 4 2 U
Pollansbee, if. 3 l l 2 o i
Milllman, p. s l l o o ti
Totals ..",3 7 10 27 12 0
Score by Innings: H
Washington . 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0?3
Heading . 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3?I
Summary: Firm i,aso by ?rrors?
Reading, 3. Left bases?Reading,
6; Washington. 1. First base on ball?
?off Milllman, I. Sacrifice files
Browne, Pnrte. Struck out?by Milll?
man. 2: by Pfeffer, 1. Two-base hits?|
Pollansbee, Elbel, Porte. Milllman,
Browne. Sheckard, Sacrifice hits? Pal?
lon. Pfeffer, Berkle. Broderlek. Porte
Stolen bases?Petit. Double play?
Rerkle to Broderick to Elbel. Umpire,
Mr. Carsey. Time. imo.
I FILIPINOS DEFEAT CHICAGO
! Pittsburgh. Pa., May 21.?The Chi- ,
< ai<o Unit id States l. aguers found the I
pitching of Curley much better than
they encountered on Monday, un<l los?
to tho Filipino?, 7 to I. Pittsburgh
score?! threj runs In the :lrst cm Cn.Ua
han's single, Browne's walk an.i singles
by Hllcy und Suhrle. In the third
Itiley hit for three bags and scored on
riabier's single. In the sixth thoy
cinched thj game by scoring two run:
on Sabrle'a walk and singles by lirou
tliers and Curley. With Gardner pitch?
ing in tho seventh, the home team got
ono more run. a hit batsman, a single
and a sacrilic-o fly being recponsibl *>
Tho score:
Pittsburgk.
A.B. R. If, O. A. E.
Callahan. cf. 4 1 1 0 o u
Warren, 2b. 4 0 3 2 II 0
Brown, rf. 2 2 1 :i o i
Rlley. if.4 2 ?-' z o u
Sabrle, lb. 3 0 2 S 0 ?
Fowler, ss.3 l n n o u
Urouthers, 3b.". 1 2 11 1 1
Hughes, c.4 a 0 '.: 2 ?
Curley. p. 4 0 1110
Totals .31 7 11 27 7
Chlcnuo.
A.B. R. II. O. A. 1
Schall. 2b. 4 1 1 1 1 1
J'ohnson. ss.3 0 n 0 3 u
Walters, 3b. 3 u 1 o 2 o
Gertenrlch, cf. 4 0.130t'
Uutton, lb. 3 1 0 10 0 01
McDonough, c. 2 l l 2 4 l
Lynch, If. 3 0 0 1 0 0
Stanley, rf.3 1 1 1 o 0
I'atton, p.1 0 1 u 2 U
Hager, p. 1 0 0 0 1 0
Gardner, p. 0 0 0 0 1 U
?Slight . 1 r. 0 0 0 i?
Totals .2S 4 6 21 1 1 2
*Batt*-d for Ituger In the ninth.
Score by innings: R.
Pittsburgh . 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 ???
Chicago . 1 2000010 o?t!
Summary: Three-base hits?Rlley,
Schall. Stanley sacrlllce Mies?John?
son, Fowler. Stolen bases?Brown,
Brouthers, Hughes <2). Bases on balls
?oiT Curley. 4: otV Patton. 2; off Ruger, I
1. Hit by pitched ball?by Oardnor, I.
Struck out?by Curley. 2; by i'atton, 2.
Hits?off Patton. .". in .'! Innings; oft
Rugar, "? in .1 innings; off Gardner, 1
In two innings. Time, 1:40 Umpires,
l-'lfye and Lindsay. Attendance, !..?? ?>
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Jacksonville: Jacksonville. \; Co
lumbus, 2.
At Macon: Maron. ?: Savannah, ?.
At Columbia: Columbia. 0; Albany. S.
FIGHT FOR BLOOD
IN COLLEGE GAME
Spiders Tackle Hampden-Sidney
This Afternoon in Cham?
pionship Contest.
Ons of the most fiercely contested
games of the season will bo seen all
Broad Street Park this afternoon, when I
Richmond College meets her i>ld-tlmo ;
rival, Hampden-Sidney, for honors in 1
the Eastern Collegiate League, ltlch?
mond College lost the first game of the
series with Hampden-SMney.
The locul college boys feel that they
have a much stronger team now than
when they played Hampden-Sidney be?
fore. Tho spiders feel that with -Mer?
edith in the box they have a splendid,
chance to win from the Parmvillo lads.
Lewis, who will oppose Meredith in the
box, has been going strong tbis season.
Out of the five Championship games
which he has pitched for thi Garnet
and Cray this year he has won four.
2\rercclith, who has been suffering
with a sprained kneo all the season. Is
in better shape than h-> has been this
year.
Tho standing of the four teams in
the Eastern Virginia Collegiate League
at present is: Hampden-Sidney. won
four and lost one; Randolph-Macon lias
won four and lost one; Richmond Col?
lege has won two and lost two; Wil?
liam and Mary has won none and lost
six. Two more games are to be played.
Richmond College vs. Hampden-Sidney
.to-day and Richmond College vs. Ran
dolph-Maeotf next Monday.
CROWD OF 10.000
GREETS STRIKERS
Mullin Defeats Johnson
Fierce Pitchers'
Duel.
athletics lose to browns
Highlanders Win From White
Sox and Naps Fall
Before Boston.
Washington, May 21.?Attracted by the
wholesalo newspaper advertising the Detroit
baseball strikers have received. IO.'Mi fans
Journeyed to the concrete' coliseum this
afternoon and saw C.eorgo 'Mullin defeat
Walter Johnson In a flcrco pitchers' duel 2
to 0.
Fach team runde o brace of hits, Johnson
himself pmushlug out one of the two wal?
lop* made by the Nationals, a sizzling two
bugger that struck tho fence closo to the
bull und hounded Into 8am Crawford's mitt. 1
ills swift throw nailed Johnson at second.
Mullln's experience proved superior to
Johnson'* brawn in the tight places, tho
Unroll veteran pitcher getting himself out
ot several bad holes.
Washington's irrer? were more costly than
Detroit's. The rapid-fire fielding and light?
ning throwing; of Oeorg* Moriarlty, the Tig?
ers' third baseman, killed the Nationals' only
chances to score. Ills woik was easily the
feature.
The Tigers piayed with unusual snap and
ginger, and tho gamo was fu;| of interest
from start to finish.
llUghey Jennings was greatly In evidene?
with several now cries and an entirely new
line of arm and leg motions. Ho got a tin
hand from the crowd, and so did Jim Delc
hanty, the leader of the strikers. Score:
Washington. Detroit.
A Q H O AB .111 H O A r.
^loeller. II. 4 1 ? o V n-.ijh, 11... i 0 S 4 0
Foster. Jb.. 3 0 o I Clones. If.. 10 10.0
Milan, cf.. 3 0 ? 1 0 Perry, er.. ?0300
Cashlon, rf 4 0 1 0 OCrawd, rf ? 0 0 0 0
Bcha'fer, lb t on l ODete'ty, 2b 3 l : o o
Knight. 21). 3 0 0 2 0 Oslnor, lb 4 0 9 0 0
M'lirld?. es 3 0 1 1 2 Mur lty. Mil l 0 ?! e
Alasith, e. ~ o f. OStonage, c t o d j u
Johnson, p. 2 1 1 3 IMuliln, p. 2 0 0! 3
Totals ...1J 2 27 1? 3 Totals ...51 ; T> 12 2
Score t? Innings: H.
Wns!ilng;on .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--j
Detroit .0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 1?2
.Summary: Runs?Perry, Delehanty. Two
law hit?Johnson. Stolen bases? Movll?r,
Milan. L*.1 ft on base*?^Vathlnajton, <i De
trolt. i. First base on errors?Washington.
1; Detroit. 3. Flrsl huso on balls?Off John?
son. I: off Mullin. I. Struck out?tly John
eon. C; by Mullfn, 9. lilt by plt< her?Hy
Johnson. ! iMonurlty). Wild pitch?John?
son. Time of game. 1:10. L'mplrea, Hurt
und Connolly.
WINNING STREAK CONTINUED
lleston. May St.?Keeping up their ?Inning
K.ilt, tho lied Sox to-dny defeated Cleveland
3 to 1. ami. aided hy the Yankees' victory
over tho Chicago White Sox In Now York,
advanced appreciably towards ilrst place in
the pennant ran. Both O'Brien and 'J.-egg
pitched star ball and received gilt-edged
support. Uiegg's wlldne** for pile short In?
ning was mainly responsible for the Naps'
defeat. Score:
Cleveland. Boston,
Ali HO A B AB II O A K
Butcher. :: 4 ? .1 o 0 Hooper, rf 3 0 l o o
Olson. 3b... I I I 1 0 Yerkes. ?b 4 1 1 1 1
Jackson, cf 0 0 0 0 0 Speak'r, ef 3 1 loo
Orlggs, lb . :. i i: o 0 Lewis, if.. I I 4.0 0
Easterly, c0 o 7 l DGard'r, a>. 1 l 2 3 o
liyan, rf.... t l : o OBradl'y, n>3 mo o o
Rail, 2b_ 3 0 2 2 ? Wagn'r. as .1 n 0 3 ?
("??e< k'augh 2 1; O 1 0 Nun'ker. c3 0 4 0ft
Cress, p... 3 0 0 3 OO'Urlen. p3 0 1 2 0
IKrapp _0 o o ft o
Totals ...22 3 21 3 9 Totals ,..39 C 27 9 1
?fecklnbaugh, shortstop.
titan for (Irlsgs In ninth.
Score'by Innings: B. !
Cleveland _.0 0 0 ? 0 a 1 ft I ? :
Hosten .2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 '?3
Summary: Huns?Ryan, Hooper. Speaker.
Gardner. Two-)>aje hit?Lewis, stolen bases
?Olson. Jackson, Speaker, First bos? on
ib*Us?Off O'Brien, oft Ire**. .struck;
out?By O'Brien, 5; by Or< xs. I. Hit by
pltcrier?Speaker. Wild pitch?O'Brien. Um?
pires. Wcatervelt and O'LoughV.n.
yank eTsWIn *??T iTn In T h
New York, May 21?The Yankees outbatted
the Chicago While Sox two to one, yet only
mnnuged to win tho gamo In the last half
of the ninth on a passed ball by Catcher
Kuhn, of the Chicagoa With tho score
tied In that nnn'.ng. Hal Chat* on third
and Iwn oat, I.ange was signaled to walk
Hariiell. He was proceeding to do it. Kuhn
all the time moving further and farther
from the catrher's box. Aa the fourth hau
come over Kuhn was outside his pen. llart
zell started for first, but I.'mplre Evans
waved Chase In from third with the winning
run. Ford was In One form, but the errors
of Martin, formerly of Rochester. who
threw wild four times, were responsible for
four of Chicago's tallies. Chicago ustd
three plr.-her*. iFcorc:
Chicago. New York.
AH H O A K AH H O A B
Rnth. lb.;. 1 o 'J * 0 lianlels, rf 4 1 ft u ft
Lord, 3b- 4 1 2 4 O/.lnn. ef_3 2 3 0 0
Cal'ban, If 6 l 3 o OChase, to. S 1 9 l l
Modle, cf... 4 110 0 Cree. If... 3 1 1 0 ft
Collins, rf. 4 .1 o ft 0 Slm'na, ? 2b .'. ; 3 2 o
Zelder, ib.. t 0 9 J tHartil, ab S 1 3 1 1
Weaver, ss t 1 2 i 0 Martin, S3 3 0 12 4
Kuhn. c... 2 ft i 1 0 Sween'y, c 4 3 fi I o'
Peters, p... 2 ft 1 4 0 Ford. p.... 3 113 0
Mogri'ge, p o o 0 t o
Hen*, p. 1 0 ft ft o
I.ange. p... 1 ft 0 1 0
?2*?Jatyre..l 1 0 0 o o
Tofal? ...X 7|K2) 0 Totals ...95 13 37 10 6
?Hatted for Peters In seventh.
?Two out when winning run was scored.
Sfnre by Innings: R,
chlcago .3 1 ft 0 o 2 .1 o ft??
New York.00100-30 3-5
Summary: Runs?Rnth. Lord i2>. Calla
ban, Hodle. Weaver. Melntyre. Daniels 12?,
Zinn i3i. Chase. Cree, Sweeney, Ford. Two
base hits?Callaban, Collins (2), Ford. Bodle,
Sweeney. Three-base hit?Zlun. Home run ?
Zinn. Faerinee hits?Hartzr 11. Kuhn. Stolen
bases?Ford, Cree, Callahan. Left on bases ?
Chicago, 4: New York. L. First base on er
rora?Chicago, 4. 11itr-?<jfr Peters, s in 6 I
Inning?: off Mogrldge. 3 In 1Inning*.
Double play?Simmons (unassisted). First
base on balls?OR Fold, 3; oft Peters. 1; ofT i
Mosrhlge. l : off Bens, 3. Struck out?'By I
Ford, 6; by Peters, lj hy Renz, 1. Wild pitch
?Ford. Balk?ford. Umpires, Evan* and
Egan. .
plank driven to cover
Philadelphia, May 21.?"Cross-fire" Eddie
Plank lost hi* running In the opening game
with tho Browns this afternoon and was
driven to cover In the fourth Inning. The.
score at that tlmo was 1 to 1 He, and Pratt
started the excitement by slapping out a
homo run. After Austin had been retired
international league
At Ruffalo: Buff alb- Jarsey* City, rain.
At Montreal: Montreal, 4; Providence,
0.
At Rochester: Ttochester-Baltlmore,
rain.
At Toronto: Toronto-Newark, rain.
appaTachian league
At Cleveland: Cleveland, 0; BrlstOl.fi
At Morrlstown: Morristown, 3; John?
son City, l.
At Ashevlllo: AshcvIU;, 0; Knoxvllle,
rhai
aimers
MO
Gord
on Motor Company
MKiniiiM). VIHOINIA.
Wallnca doubled, and Mack gavo Eddie tho
Indian sign and Morgan went to tho hilt
Willie flunk tool: it seat.
With two passes Morgan filled th? bates
and" then lorccd In a run with another tree
trip to Hmt. ThU spelled "sood-nlghf for
Morgan< an?l llouck went to the ?lob. nu
retired the tide ?Ith no more damage bu
Ing done. Score:
>t. Louis. rblludelphla.
AB II O A a Ali II O A li
Shotten, cf * 0 3 0 0 Strunk, (I, I 1 ! II 1
Hogun, if ., 6 i a o u I.ord, If... < 0 1 0 U
Sto\all, lb. 0 \: 0 0 Collins, 3b. 4 0 3 2 u
u 1 Hukcr. 3b.. 4 3 1 2 Q
4 0 Murphy, rf 4 1 3 0 I
- - M'lnnlt. lb 4 0 II 2 u
l o liarry, it.. 3 2 o 3 o
3 o Bgsn, c.... 2 0 4 3 1
? v t^ipp. c... loioo
Plank, p.. l o o o ?
Morgan, p 0 0 0 0 0
llouek, p.. ? 0 0 4 0
Brown, p. o o o o a
?Coombs ..0 0 0 0 ?I
tUldrlng ..0 0 0 0 0
Laiporie, rf 4 1
Print. ;'b... ? 3
Austin. 3b. 4 1
Wallace, ss 3 1
Stephi at, c 3 l
Powell, p.. 3 1
H.
Totals ...3S 11 87 13 3 Totalt .
?Hatted for Bgan In eighth,
tltun -tor Coombs In cliflitli.
Store by Innings:
st. i.oou.010:0000 ?
Philadelphia .0 i 0 0 0 0 '.' 0 l-t
Summary: Hunt??tovall, Pratt. Austin.
Wallace. Powell, linker t:>. Barry Oldrlr.g.
PWO-bate hltt?Hogan, linker. ?ufry, Wal
tee. Tbrce-bose hit?Austin. Home runs?
Pratt. Baker. Btolen banes?Btovull. I'rutt
(3), Double plays?Mclnnls (unastllted);
Piatt to Blovtill t.ott <>n base.?Philadel?
phia. :. St. Loult. :?. IMtchlng record: lilts?
Off Plank, i In 3 1-3 Innings (14 at b.m. off
Morgan, 0 (none at bat, walked Z>; oft
Houck, ti onf Brown. 1. Struck out?By
Brown, 3 In 1 Inning 1} at b?t). Firtt bafo
on bai;i?Off Powell, |'j off Morgan. 3; oft
Touck. 1; off Brrrwn. 1 BtmCk out?By
Powell, 1; by Plank. }, Balk-Brown. Tlmo
of game. I rs, empires, perrlnc and Dlneen,
OURLESON GIVEN
POOR SUPPORT
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch-l
Hoanoke. Va , May 21.?The Tis irs
were totally outplayed by the cham?
pions to-day, and Petersburg won with
ease, 4 to 0. Burlraon pitched well
for Hoanoke. but received no support
from his tcammatta either on the oitun
slve or defensive. The playing and
batting of Busch featured the same.
The score:
Roaaoke.
A.B. I
C-lnn. cf. 4
German, lb.3
Pressley, :n>. 1
tiardln, if. 4
Newton, SS. 4
Entitle. 0. a
Shields. 2b. 2
Hoo?, rf. 3
Uuricaon, p. 1
II. O,
1 S
Totals .2S 0 6 27 18 5
Petersburg;.
A.B. R, II. O A. K.
Simmons, 2b.4 1 1 5 ??
Etchbergor. if.3 0 l 0 <? 0
Husch. BS. I 0 3 7 4 0
Spencer, rf. 4 0 0 1 0 U
Anthony. Cf. 4 0 0 1 0 0
llowedell. 3b. 4 0 1 2 1 0
UitiRhlln. c. 4 1 2 1 2 U
Rarnett, lb. 4 l 1 a l U
Crelgor. p. 8 l 1 1 4 l
Totals .31 4 10 27 17 1
Score by innings: R.
r anoke . oooooooo 0?o
Petersburg . on 0 1 ooos o?4
Summary: Sacrifice hits?ElchbergJr,
Garman. Two-base hits?Eanghlin.
P.. iiii.lt. Howedell. Newton. Th.r.-e
base hit??Gardln. Left on banes?.
Hoanoke. 5: Petersburg, 4. Double
plays?l.antte to Shields: 1.1 ritt i to
Pfesaleyi Simmons to Dusch to Bar?
nett; Crelger to Busch. Struck out??
by Burteson, 8j by frelger. 3. Tims of
game, 1:45. Umpire. Mr. McBrtde.
Trunks, Bags, Suit-Cases
Relieves in 24 Hours pft
Catarrh of the Bladder
Alt Druggists
Jicttare of Counterfeits
<Excuri5ionsf.
ACADEMY--This Week
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Lucille La Verne
and Company,
In the Funniest Play of the Year,
The Lottery Man
XOTE.?Owing to previous bookings,
t.nere will ba no performance Thurs?
day, May 23.
Baseball To-Day!
Richmond College
-vs.
Hampden-Sidney College
CHAM PIONSIIIP.
Broad Street Park.
(lame called 3:30 P. M.
Admission, 25c.
Farewell Recital
JOHN POWELL
City Auditorium. Friday Night, May 31.
Prices, a.V to $1.00.
?Seats on sale beginning May 24 at
The Corlcy Co.. 213 East Broad Street.

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