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Rebs Face Bugs Raymond To-Day?Colts vs. Newport News
TORD AUTO CO., 1629 W. Broa? St.
EXTRA
TO A TIE SCi
John Marshall and Benedictine
Go Long Route Without
Any Conclusion.
Benedictine College nnd .lohn Mar?
lhall High School battled thirteen Ions
innings yesterday afternoon at Byrd
Vark to a T-t?.-7 tie.
U was one of the most exciting ns I
wrll as one of the best-played games,
put up by any of tuo pre;, (schools'
this season. .lohn Marshall look the |
early in th.- struggle and main?
tained it until the seventh, when a.
home run by Fletcher and a three- ,
bagger by Spreag brought the Bene?
dictines within sight of a tit-.
in the eighth th.- game was brought
to Hie tie with which it finished. .Sen-]
satlonal fielding by McOraw saved ;
Benedictine from defeat ..en several j
occasions, while McElroy, tor the High
School, did like service. Hoover and'
Seay were In the box for .lohn Mar- j
shall, oover leaving his place behind j
the bat to go to the mound. Ktngl
taen donned the mask. Overman and |
ritcher were the b.-ttery for Uenedi
tine.
COOKE CAPTAIN
[Special to The TImcs-Plspatch.] I
Chartottesvlllc, Va., May 22.?W5.-H0 j
Ii. Cooke, of N'orfoik, h.-.s been unanl- I
mouldy elected captain of the Virginia
irsck team of 1913. He has been the
most resistent point winner during
the past year, and lu.s starred in . very
meet In which he has entered.
in regard to next year's prospects
Captain Cooke s?ys that the team
should be one of tile best i:i the his?
tory of Virginia; that all the "V" men;
if this year would be back, and that. '
leveral men of this year's team would
lo better work than ever before. Ho
-;id Virginia should be especially
?trong In the quarter, and that all the
members of this season's relay would
De back next eesslon.
In addition to the track "V's" al?
ready announced, C.itei>by Jones wis
swarded his letter. Jones won tirst
place and broke the university record
for the two-mile run at the Southern
Intercollegiate meet held on Lambeth
Held April 11
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
sboro. 1: Orcen
At Oreensboro?4.
vllie, 4.
At Anderson?Anderson. 6; Winston.
Balem. 1.
At Charlotte??Shnrtotte; 4. Spartan
burg, 0.
APPALACHIAN -LEAGUE
At vihevllle: Ashevllle, 6: KnoxviUe,
At Cleveland: Cleveland. 13: Bristol.
At M?rristown: Morrlstown, 0; John
It y. 2
NEW STOCK
Men's Low SIi
Going at
$3.50 to $5X0 Values
lein? M>h
'2.55
Are brine sold nt
All
New Stock
and
Kciv Modell
$3.45
All >-l?rs
nr.d Widths
v. bile they
last.
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LOW SHOES
Here's Your Opportunity to Inrj n Good
Pair ut a Hi duced Price.
Packard Shoe Shop, Inc.
H!7 Ilnst Vnln Street.
TV. b. Rohey, Manager.
OLD HENRY
Pure and Wholesome. Ask your
Healer.
STIt \ I's, <? i Si a < c.
Distillers and menders line \\ bls
kr<k.
Tfwe buyer who i;nur.t; t:.a different
gutoraobll's will own a
Alle:. AtentlS and Broad Street.
THE WORLDS'
CHAMPION
Let us demonstrate
Loziet superiority,
talesroom, - 1625 W. Broad St
Errors by Team Behind Him
Give Phillies Enough
Lead to Win.
REDS AGAIN MEET DEFEAT
Us (let Second Wind and
Increase Their Lead on
First Place.
, St. Louis, Mo., May !2.?Errors by Bills
. and Mowrey save tin Phillies two runs lb
I duy. and they wen: able to beat the Car
I dlnals S to Harmon allowed only two
I hlt?. but lark o: Support threw t:nr same
I away. Ureivnan worked steadily tor the
I Phillies, and although he passed llauser
1 in the ninth, and he stoli-' second, tightened
and took Luderus throw on OSkca at tlrst
In the ninth for the final put put. f-core:
Philadelphia St. Louis.
Alt It OAK AB It O A K
Titus, rf... 1 0 I e OT.I.ictc. 2b. I u i - ?
Knabu, ? 1 0 4 ?Ulli*, lt.. I 1 3 ? 1
Paskert. er S l 0 OMowr'y. Sb S 0 3 11
Luderus, lb 3 0 4 o ItOITIiy, lb: I I; l u
Cravath, If 3 " * e I)Evans, rf.. 4 1 1 0 u
Downey, : o a 3 SHauser, *? .1 t> : i i
Diolan, is. I 1 5 t OOakes, el.. 3 1 ! ? 0
Kllllfer, C. 4 e 4 1 v (Vinco, C. 3 0 a 3 1
Brennen, pi e 1 2 OHarmop, p3 0 0 3 u
Qeyer,' y.. o o o 2 t>
?Biiss . 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 87 U 0 Tot.''?. ...2? 4 '.7 13 41
?Hatted lor Harmon in eighth.
Score by Innings: lt.]
Philadelphia .a 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?8
St. Louis.0 0 010 0 01 0?S '
.Summary: linns?Knabe, Paskert. t'rav- I
ftth. Mowrey, Wlngo. Two-base hit?Kills. I
.sacrifice hits?Paskcrt, Dbw>ey, Sacrifice i
By?Luderus Stolen bases?Mowrey. Wlnpo,
Hauser. Double plays?Jlesof tunassisted) : |
Mowrey to Koiietchy. Led on bases?.St.
Louts, fi; Philadelphia, f.. Hits?Off Har- i
men. 2 in s Innings. Tlrst baseton ba:is? Off
Harmon, T; oft Brennan. Z. Struck out?By
Harmon. i\ by B.-cnnan. 2. Ha by pitcher?
By Brennen, l (Mowrey). Time of came,
1:60. Umpires. Eason and Johnstorie.
JUST TWO REACH THIRD
Pittsburgh. Pa.. May 22.- Pickson pitched
on" of the besi games seen hrr.' this season 1
to-day, allowing but two Pirates to reach
third. O'Toole. on the ether hand, was wild,
two of his passes resulting In tallies. The
only legitimate run of the same was made
hi the fourth, when Jackson singled and
scored on Devlin's double. Beere:
Pittsburgh. Boston.
A UKOAE AB H OABl
Nyrn*-. 4 ? 1 3 I?'M'D'Id. 8*. 4 0 0 3 0
Carey, If... 4 .0 3'?!! OCa'p'ell, fcf l 1 l o 0[
LeaCTi, of.. ;osv OSwee'y. 2b. 4
Wagner, ss 4 2 2 f. IR. Mll'r. rfS
?Veos .0 0 0 0 0 Jacks n. If 4
J. MU'r. lb 3 2 3 0 0 Devlin, lb. 3
Wilson, rf. r. 0 0 o OShean. ss.. 2
M'Cafy, **>;:?* -' o Kling.
Kelly, c? 3 l0'
tDonlln ... 1 0
Gibson. C. 0 0 0 0 0
O'Toolc, p. 1 0 0 1 0
tltyatt .... 110 0 0
Catnattz, p 0 (? 0 o o
Totals ...t? Z 27 14 '.' Totals ...23 6 27 13 0
?Batted f?r Waener in ninth.
?Hatto.I for Kelly in eighth.
tBsttcd tor o'Toolc in eiKhth.
Score- by Inning*: It.
PRtcburgh .o 000 0 0 00 o?"
Boston .0 0 0 1 0 0 1. 1 0?3
Summary: Buns?Sweeney. Jackson, Kling.
Two-ease hit?Devlin, Sacrifice hits?Wil?
son. Dlckson. 6ucrlnc? fly? Kling. Stolen
baces?Wilson, Campbell, Sweeney. Jackson,
Dtviln. Double plays?Carey to Wagner;
McCarthy to Byrne; Sweor.ey to Devlin.
Left on basest-Pittsburgh. ?; Boston." 10.
First ease on error.*-Bos tor.. 1. Hits-Off
O'Toole. 8 In S Innings: off Camnitz, o In I
Innlnir Firs: base on t-a'.:s?Off O'Toole. 7;
ofT Csmnltx, 1: off D;ck?on. I Struck out?
By 0'Ton>. 5; by PI- k?cn. 2. nit by pitcher
?By O'Toole, 1 Psseed ba'.l-Olbson. Time
o! ;sm*. 2 hours. Umpires. O'-vens and
Brennan.
MATHEWSON COMES BACK
flnclmati. 0.. May ti ?The Reds dropped
j their third straight frame to the Giants this
1
Yesterday's Results in Three Big Leagues
NATIONAL
Chicago, JO; Brooklyn. 6.
Louis, Philadelphia, 3.
Pittsburgh, Oj Boston, 3.
Cincinnati, 1; New York, 0.
UNITED STATES
PiU-shurg, 5; C ll ago, 4.
(Other games ir>t scheduled.)
AMERICAN
Boston. P; Cleveland, 0.
Washington, .'?; Detroit, -I.
Philadelphia, S; St. Louis. I
Nw York, .">; Chicago, ll.
Club
New YorTt ..
Cincinnati ..
Chic.igo . .. .
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
?t. Louis ...
Boston
Brooklyn .. ?
Won. Lost.
P.C.
."Si!
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Club.
Rending ...
Pittsburgh .
Richmond . ?
Cincinnati .
Cleveland
Washington
' 'hlcago ....
X. w York .
Lost. P. C.
Club
Chicago ...
Boston -
Washington
Detroit
Cleveland
Philadelphia
New York .
St. Louis . .
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Cincinnati at St. Louis
(Other games not scheduled.)
[Cincinnati at ill"
Pittsburgh
Clovi
mond.
t New York.
ind at Washington.
ihicugo at Reading
Won. Lost. P.C.
.4S I
.481
at Now York.
Louis at Philadelphia.
Letroit at Washington.
Cl iveiand a t lioston
afternoon 6 to :. Tho locals not only three
?inpirs mi Mathawson. and barely escaped
u shutout, Hube Beaton, who hud won six
straight game*, luffered hli first defeat of
tlie i> hsoii. lie was lilt very hard alj the
way through and allowed six runs ia spite
of the BlitterliiK ?Upport Blven him by a
crippled team. Booker's hitting- ?a? a feat?
ure. IIa has permanently displaced Dcvor?
tn the outfield. Score:
Cincinnati. New York.
AJt II O A E AB II O A E
0 0 Herker, rf. .'. 3 1 0 <)
o l u o Doyle, Jb.. 4 2 1 2 l
Htrl W, 11)3 Oil 0 UOroh. 2b... 1 0 2 0 0
rrrtcneil, rf 3 1 0 0 os'srass. cf :> 1 3 o 0
Egan. 5>... 3 0 3 E 0.Murray. If a 1 4 0 u
Phefan. TV f! o i to Merlcle, lb 3 l 13 o 0
Esmond, ss 3 1 S 4 0 Hersoft. 3b 3 0 0 4 U
M'TAtan, C.. 2 0 ! 5 V.Myers, c... 4 3 3 : n
Clarke, 0... 10 0 0 0 Hartley, c 0 0 0 0 li
Senton, p.. 2 0 0 1 IFIefer. ss 4 2 0 6 0
*M*Denaild. l o o o OMat'son. v- o o o o
Totals 3:7 14 1 Totels ...3112 27 14 1
?Batted tor Hcnton In ninth.
Score by Innings: It.
Cincinnati .o i o o ? o o o o?t
New Vork.0 0 2 0 0 2 1 ? o-f.
Summitry: Huna?Mitchell, Beeker. Doyle, i
Snodgras*. Hersog, Myers. Fletcher. Two- |
has. hlta?Becker. Doyle. Fletcher. Doubla
play?Egan to Eamond to llomlltxel. Left
on baaea?Cincinnati. I; New Vork, ?'. Firs: j
base on balls -Oft lienton, 1. Struck out?By
Bt-nton, 3; by Mathewaon. :. Hit by pitcher j
? Uy Behton. l Time of game, 137. Um?
pires, Klent and Bush.
SIX RUNS IN FIFTH
Chicago, III., May S3.?Tha rubs scored six
runs oft Vlngllng in the fifth Inning of to?
day's game with Brooklyn, and won 10 to |
S Poor fielding marked U>'' efforts of both
teams, bor.eheaded plays? being numerous.
Dnubert Rot live hits. Including a double
and h triple. Zimmerman made his fourth
home rjn of the season Score.
Chicago. Brooklyn.
A a H O A B AU It o A B
Sheck'd. If. 4 12 0 IMoran. rf. 5 12 0 0
Miller, cf.. 3 0 4 0 o Daub't, ?. S S II 1 n
j-ihulto, :f. i : 0 0 OStnlth, 3b.. 3 0 0 1 0
Zlm'an. 3b. 3 3 o l OK'rlVn, er I o 3 o o
Hofman, lb ! o 6 l 0 Wheat, If. 3 0 : o o
Tlnk. r. ss. 4 1 I 3 0 Hum'el, 2b 2 0 13 0
Evert, 2b.. 3 14 6 ITooley. aa. 3 a 2 l l
Needh'm, e 4 l .'. l or helps, c. ?3 ? I n
Cheney, p.- 4 2 1 i 8"Tent, p... 6 ? e l 0
Tinly . 1 1 0 0 0
V: t.-!!np. p 3 2 1 ! 1
Totals ...U li 27 13 3 Total? ...37 111110 2
?Hattert for Daly In third.
Score by tnnlr.ss: R
Chicago .0 a 0 o ? o i o ??lo
Brooklyn .00200: 1 00?6
Summary: Runs?Sheckar.l. Miller, Schulte.
Zimmerman (3), Hofman, Tinker. Bvera,
NeedhemJ Moran. Daubert, Hummel, Toolay.
Phelps. Daly Two-baa* hits?Needham,
Daubert. Tinker. Three-base hit?Daubert.
Home rur.-Zimmerman. Stolen baaet?Zim?
merman <2>. i:-.'rs. Daubert, Smith, Wheat.
Double playa?Daubert (unassisted); Bvera
10 Hofman; Tinkers to Cvers to Hofman:
Daubert to Tooley. H'.ts?Off Kent. 3 In
Innings. First ba?e on balls?Off Cheney. ?:
orf Kent. 3. Struck out?By Cheney, 4. Sac
rlflce hit?Miller. Wild pitch?Cheney. Tlm<
of game, 2:05. empires. Klgler and Flnner
an.
FILLIP
L?S1 OF
Chicago Battle- Gamely Uphill,
but Unable to Overcome
Earlv Lead.
WINNING RUN IN FOURTH
in
Wind)' City Cir.b Tries Hard
Closing. Innings, but
to No Avail.
Pittsburgh, Ma- 22.?Chicago played
Its last game 0.' |ne gerle* with Dtacon
Phllllppl's speidy boya to-day, and los'.
5 to 4, after playing; a preat uphill
frame. They tvrrr /-.ar.div apped at th>
start by a lead of three runs ajr.-Unat
them.
Pittsburgh got four runs In th? first
Inning, and the tally needed to w-.r.
tvas mad? on Hamilton's double and
Warren's single. Score: ? j
IMtt>l>iirpl>.
An. n. ir. o. a. k.
Callahan, of . 3 1 0 0 ft l j
Warren. Ib . 3 i 2 4 7 0
Brown, rf . 1 1 1 n ft 5
Tllley, 1/ . 4 1 3 3 0 0
Saibrle, lb . 3 l 2 it n o
Fowler ,ss . 4 0 0 ? 2 ft 1
Brouthers. 3b . I n 1 0 3 5
Hushes, c . 2 ft 0 3 .5 0
Hamilton, p . 4 1 1 0 2, 0
Totals .31 6 15 27 14 1
Chicago?.
AB. n. IL O. A E.
Schall. 2b" . I 3 t 0 2 1
.tohr.-'on, ss . a a 2 1 I
Walter?. 2b . 4 1 3 4 2 1
Oirtcnrloh, rf . .'. 0 l 3 a ft
nation, lb . 3 0 ft f? 2 1
Sllftht. c . 4 1 1 ? 2 1
Lynch. II. 1 o 3 0 ft o
MeDonough, if . 3 2 2 ft ft <">
Stanley, rf . 4 ft 0 1 5 ft
McGuIre, p ...3 5 ft n r. o
>:Tti:ger . 1 ft 0 a ft ft
Totals .33 4 S 24 11 5
xBatted for MteOulre In ninth.
1 Score ITy 'innings: P.
? Pittsburgh .tftftltftftftx?.1
j Chicago.1 -1 050020 1?4
i Summary: Two base hits?Saibrle,
Hamilton, Walter?. Tlu'ee has..' hits?
'light, MoDonough, Schall. Bases on
Hills?off Hamilton. 2; off McGulro, 3.
WIM pitch?'Hamilton. ? Hit by pitcher
?toy Hamilton, l. Struck out?<by
Hamilton, 1; by McGulrc, l. .Sacrliiee
cits?Warren, 0aU*rle( Hughes Stolen
bases?Hiley (2), Sabrle, Fowler, Wal?
ters. Dottbla plays?Brouthers, War?
ren and Sabrlc: Walters. Hadton ami
Slight. Time, 1:53. Umpires, Lindsay
and Fyfc.
BIG OFFER FOR
G08B S SERVICES
Utah Club Willing to Pay
$10,000 to Georgia Peach 1
as Manager.
Ogden. Utah. May 22 ?The Weber
Club, the commercial organization of
this city, has sent Tyrus Cohb, of the
Detroit American.?, an offer of J10.000
to manage the Ogden warn In the
Union Association League .luring the
present season. The Weber Club has
Just obtained the local franchise.
Appoint men la A enounced,
f.Spe. lal to Tli- Tlmcs->Dlspatch.]
Cfcarlottcsvllle, Va., May 22.?The ad?
visory board of the General Athletic
Association of the University of Vir?
ginia has announced the following ap?
pointments.
Charles .1. Churchman, of Staunton,
manager of track team.
Robert J. Gill, of Seattle, Wash.,
matug.r of basketball team; William
V. Belts, ?f Hampton, assistant man?
ager.
, Henry S. MacKay, Jr.. of Rlv*rs|de,
Coli, manag?- of baseball team.
1 Wiley It. Cooke. of Norfolk, repre
! sentatlve to South Atlantic Track Com.
1 nilttec.
The net receipts for th? bascbai'.
season were shown to he $663,82.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Columbia?Columbia. 1; Albany,
ft (fifteen innings'.
At Jacksonville?Jacksonville. 1;
Columbus. 0.
At Ma'on?Macon. 13; Savannnh. 1.
(First game.) Macon, 4; Savannah. 0.
(Second game.)
THE BASEBALL PARK OF THE FUTURE
: Dorr r '
TABLES REVERSED
Hi UBERS LOSE
Groom, Despite Poor Support,
Holds Detroit Sluggers
Well in Hand.
CLEVELAND ON TOBOGGAN
Davis's Crew Seems Unable to
Deliver Goods at Criti?
cal Moments.
I
Washington, May !!.?Washington defeated
the Tiger? to-day 0 to 4. Groom only gave
the Tiger? I*'* scattered hits, but received
poor support. Wlllett was hit hard la the
lint three Innings, but settled down dur?
ing the rest ot tli? game. Score)
Washington. ltrtrolt.
A It ll.O A K AB1I O A R
Moelk r. If. 4 3 3 0 0 HusTi, IS... j 0 ? 4 0
Foster, Sf... 4 2 0 2 0Junes, If... 4 1 2 0 0
Milan, cf.. I 1 t u u ferry, cf.. i o 2 o o
Scha'fcr, lb 3 l ? 0 ICraw'd, rf t v l o ul
Walker, rt. 3 ? 2 U UDolc'ty, jb 3 1 4 3 0
Knight, T< 4 I I 1 1 Galnor. It, 4 1 5 1 II
I M'Bride, *s ? 'i l - OMor'lty, 4 u 2 a ?
I Henry, c... 3 0 4 3 1 Stanaga, c3 I 4 0 "1
Groom, p...'3 0 0 V 1 WHicll. p. .1 V I - U
Totals ...32 927 11 4 Total? ???*? ?i* ? 1
Score by Innings; ??<
Washington .1 0 3 0 0 1 O'O ??1
Detroit .o 0*10300 0?4
Summary: Kuns?Moellcr (2), Konter (SI,
Walker, liush, Jone? (2), DelOhanty. Karn
ed runs?Washington. 2. tint base on er- ,
tors?Detroit. Is. Left on base*?Washington.
7; Detroit, 3. First ba?o on balls?Off
Groom, 2; off Wlllett. 3. ' tStruek out?By
Groom, 4; by Wb'.ett. 2. Three-base, bits? j
Milan, Oalnor? Two-base hits?Moeller, Fos?
ter. Sacrifice hit?Berry. Stolen bases ?
Walker. Mueller. Doubl? play?Bush
Di l< haaty to Galnor.? Hit by pitcher?By
Wltlett, 1 tWalker). Time of game, li
Umpires, Connolly and Hart.
WHITE SOX HIT HARD
New York. May 22.?The, Vank?es used
three pitchers to-day. but they could not j
nop the hard-hitting Chicagos, who won '
the game 11 to ?.. Catdwell started to do ]
tbo twirling, but he didn't last through
the first Inning. i}ulnn succeeded htm, but
?v.i? yanked out In the sixth. W.trhop, who j
succeeded him. did fairly well, but It was
too late to recover tae game. In th?
fourth the Yankees got to Lange and hit
blrn so hard that five runs wer? brought
over. Then Walsh rolleved hint, and the
run-getilr.g stdpped. Score:
t Idcago. New York.
All 11 O A B AB II O A E
Hath. 7h... 10 2 1 07>on!c!s, rf 4 2 0 0 u
Lord. 3b... 5 2 0 2 U2ir.n. cf.... Z. 1 2 0 0
rai'ba'n, if r. 2 * o uftiu??, ib.. ? i s i i
iBodle, cf... t 1 2 0 0< ree. if.. . 4 14 0 1
Hin?, rf. l> - t o OSIm'ona, 3b 5 l 3 o o
der. Ib.. 4 0 17 1 1 Kart'll. *b. 4 1 1 1 3
Weaver, ss 3 1 2 ? iTTirtln. ?s 2 0 3 ? 2
Sullivan, e. 4 1 3 1 OSween'y, c ? 0 ( 1 1
Lange, P-- 2 0 0 0 OCaid'ell. p. 0 0 0 0 0
I Walsh, p... 1 l o l oQiilnn, p... 2 lote
Warhop, p 2 1 0 1 V
Totals ...7110 27 1? 2 Totals .. 2S ti 27 12 1
Score by Inning?: U.
Chicago .s o s o o 11 o o?n
few Vork.0O0DO0O0 G-i
Summary! Buna-Bath <2i. Lord. Calla
han It), Bedla i2>. Collins (I), Weaver o.
Daniels. Cm. Simmons. Hartzell, Oulnn.
Two-base hits?Daniels. Simmons, Walsh,
Bodle. Sacrifice hits?Zeldcr. Weaver. Sul?
livan, Walsh. Aatb. Stolen bases?Rath,
i.o.-d, Callahan, Left on bases?Chicago, 2;
Nest York. S. First base on errors?<.'hlfkgo.
New York. 2. Hits? Ort Ca Id well, | |n 2-J
lnntnc: en* Qulnn. S In 4 1-.I Innings; off
! Lange. 7 In 3 2-3 Innings First base on balls
i :: Caldweli; 2; ort Warhop. I: oft Lange.
|2; off Walsh. 2. Struck out?By Gulnn. 2;
by Warhop, 1. by Lange. 2; by Walsh. L
j Wild pitch?Langs. L'rnplres. Egan an3
Evan*.
COLLINS WIN GAME
Philadelphia, Pa., May 22?Two-base hits
by Collins and Murphy In the. seventh drovo
home the runt that let the Athletics b<
St. Louts to-day. Score, S to J. St. t.ouls
used three pitchers, but could Hot stop the
bitting. (Stephens'! failure to turn back
I base-runners was cost:.--, there being seven
(2 h almeis
MOTOR CARS
Gordon Motor Compan y
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.
?tcals recorded. II? also inado two wild
throw*. Coombs wos lilt freely, out brueta
Just in time. Score:
St. Louis. l'lUladclpbls.
AU It O A E AH II O A B
Stielten, of 4 2 0 ? OMag'ert, ".f.". o i o ?
Jlogan. If., 4 1 4 U U l.uid. If... 0 0 0 0 0
Htovall, lb. 3 : 19 u ?Strunk; cf. 3 0 o o o
Laportc, Zb 4 I 3 4 ?ThoillBa, c 1 0 I i 0
Austin, rf 3 o u o I Collins, 2b. 3 1 2 I u
Wallace, it] I 2 6 DBaSsr, R>.. 4 2 2 1 1
Btephsns, a 4 i 4 2 --Muiptiy, if a 2 o o 6
Petty, p... loo.' OM'lnnls, lb ? o a l 'J
Hu'lltun, p 1 0 u g 0 Harry, sr.. I 2 3 2 U
Use'ton, p. o u oo tjuapp, c_3 2 6 3 u
'Coiwpton.. 1 0 0 u voidrlng, cf 2 0 1 0 0
Coombs, p. 4 113 0
Totals .. 31 ? 24 Ii i Totals ...33 10 27 1? 1
?Batted f?r Baumgarltnn In ninth.
Srotf by innliiKs. li?
st. Louis..0 90.1 1 01 0 0-4
Philadelphia .o 0 l l o :< 3 0 ??s
I Summary: Buna?Cotllna (21, Uakcr ?3>.
[Murphy, Barry, Coombs, Shotten (3), Ho
I gan, Austin. First baas on errors?Phila?
delphia, 1. St. Louis, I. Loft on busts ?
I Philadelphia, <; St. Louis, e. First ba.se oi
. tmlla?Off Coombs. 0; off Pelty, 2: off 11am.
I llton, 1. Knock out?By Coombs, 7; \>y
Pelty. 3; by liautnbarten, I. Stolen bares-?
Collins, Baker (2), Murphy <:?, Barry 12?.
Three-base hit?Barry. Two-ban- bits~t:oi
llns. Murphy Sacrifice hits?Austin', l'clty.
j SacrMcv fly?Stovoll. lilts?On l'elty. 7 in
162-3 Innings; oft Hamilton, 2 In 1 Inning;
'off Baumgarten, 1 In 11-2 Inntnss. Doubts
I plays?Baker t>, foiitn. to Motnnls; Wallace
to J/.iporlo to .Stovall. Wild pitch?Pally.
[Tim,- ?f game, 2:10. Umpires, !?:,..??;. ana
lerrln?.
KAHLER IN DUMPS
Homo-. Man . May ?The R?d Sox :?!??)?
cd on Kahler to-day for a lotni of fourteen
hits, which netted nine runs. Cleveland
could <lo nothing a Ith Hal:, ?ho savo only
six hits ar.<l received good support The
weather was a little too cold to* good ball.
I Score:
Clerelsnd. Boston.
AB H O A E AH II O A E
Butcher. K4 1 2 1 1 Hooper, rf b 1 h 0 0
Olson, lb .. I : I I UVerke?, 2b & 1 3 2 0
I J*c:i!?or.. cf 3 0 4 1 it Speaker, cf 4 3 3 0 ?
I H'horst, lb 3 1 < 0 0 Lewis, If . 4 12 0 0
j Easterly, c < r ; ; o>;?rd'r. 3h. t 3 2 o i
Lynn, rf .. 4 " 2 V 0 llradl'v. Hi 1 4 i 0 U
I Bait. ?b.... 10 3? IWagn'r. ss 4 l i I o
; P'ek'n'h, ??3 033: Kun'ker. c 4 1 3 l 0
j Kahler, p.. 3 001 OHall, p. 3 3 0 7 4
?tiraney ... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...33 <?, 24 ii ? Totals ...3? II 2713 l
S<orr by innlnj.-?; It.
I Cleveland .? 0000000 0-0
I Huston .0 0 3 1 1 2 2 0 ??2
Summary: Puns-Hooper. Speaker (3),
Lewis. Gardner, Wagner, Nun.trnaktr (?),
Two-base hits -Gardner (2), Hail. Speaker,
Kunamaker Three.hone hit?Hooper. Sac*
rin<" 1.1:-H.i .1. Sto>n bases-Speaker (3(.
\ Olson. Double play?Olson to Ball tr, Hohn
borst First bare on balls?O IfHall, S: off
"ihler. 2. Struck out?By Hall, 1. by Kan
|ltr. 1. I.'mpirra. Ol.ougl-.lln and Westrrvelt.
Trunk?, Bags, Suit-Cases
OF THE
Seaside Season
AT
Ocean View and Buckroe
Sunday, May 26
Take C. & 0. Special
Sunday Outing Train
Round $1. 50 Trip
Leave Richmond 8:30 A. M.
Running t ".rough to Old Point with?
out stop, making direct connection
with steamer for Ocean View.
.Shortest und quiekest route, giving
tc-n hours at the seaside
Second Train Leaves 9:00 A. M.
Stopping only at Newport News.
Norfolk passengers using C. & O.
steamer from Newport N*WS or Ocean
View line from Old Point, giving; choice
of two trains and two routes to Nor?
folk.
Returning, C. & O. passengers can
leave Ocean View via Pine Beach every
hour until 7:3} P. M.. connecting with
trains leaving Old Point 4:25 and &:45
P. M.
C. & O. passenger? can leave Norfolk;
via steamer Virginia 4 P. M. and 8 P. M.
ACADEMY---Tuis Week
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Lucille La Verne
and Company,
In the Funniest Play of the Year,
The Lottery Man
NOTE.?Owing, to previous bookings,
there will be no performance to-nlg'M.
Naiv Klnemacolors To-Day.
"I'lorlilu Winter Henorla,"
??'/.<><> (inrilenn nt Hose,"
And the black and whito pictures.
"CELL NO, BP
K Cetil?.? admission?10 CciiIh,
2:30 to 5:33; 7:80 to Id.-45.
RICHMOND
vs.
NEWPORT NEWS
Thursday, Friday and .Saturday,
MAY 23, 24 and 25.
flam -j called 4:30 P. M.
Admission. 2,1c. Grnndsfnnd. IKe.
Farewell Recital
JOHN POWELL
City Auditorium. Friday .M?h?, .liny SI,
Prices, 25c to Sl.Ot).
Seats on sale beginning May 24 at
The, Cor-ley.Cn- %\X Jda*t Broad Straps

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