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Bugs Raymond Will Pitch To-Day Against Rebs at LeeT?rt
FORD AUTO CO., 1629 W. Broad it NTERCITY GOLF MATCH TO-DAY Golfers from Washington arrival! h< re yesterday, and this afternoon will tackle a team from the Hermitage Holl clut,. lu the party of visitors .will be found some of tho best golfers in the capital, au.i a warm contest Is expect? ed, as Richmond can boast of seme lather classy players. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE At Savannah. Savannah. 10 At Columbia: Columb'a. 1! At Jacksonville Muco:;. 7. Jacksonville Innovations, Not imitations Soft-front.-roll-lapel coats so notably the vogue this season are often exaggerated imita? tions oi English stylos that : mta k c you look absurdly I "hunched" and "pinched." \ "High Art" Suits donJt fly the British flag or sing "Hail, Britannia, llail!" Theyfre English in type, but American in taste and tailor? ing. They "innovate"?they don't-imitate. These clothes are tailored with the inmost expression of advanced siyle. but also with the utmost impression of good taste. Compare values and you'll [surely come here! $15 $18 $20 fcr^Siiits that look and are worth S10; more. Why charge !t when you can come here and save that much? Cr.th Is ltlng. 50c 50c 50c for the greatest line of Neckwear in this country, Come In, Join the crowds that duly throng the neck J-kvear'o i ai : I 50c 50c 50c for Tnilrntoar that others charge you TOt for r.nil without the double seat in drawers, v.o; all drawers sold In our house have the double seat,<4r.surini; you double wear. $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 for .Straw lints, not worth more that- $1.5(1 in our houee, but priced higher by others, i ithi rs prl< ? . al $2, $3, $3.60, S^, 87.50. and every one worth the price, too. Don't overtook the fact that we are head? quarters for "Outing" Trousers. Every pair sold to you at a saving price. 31.00 to Se.r.o. The Toggery Shop. 7/3 t.?H??O J NINTH STRAIGHT 'Kubc" Never in Better Form, and Giants Take Game, 6 to 3. PIRATES DEFEAT CHICAGO Cardinals Fall Before Red. Phillies Lose to Boston. and Brooklyn, N. V.. May 2-4.? "nub*" Mar qunrd hung un his ninth consecutive vic? tory to-dny when he led tho Brooklyn Dodger* to :i ? to 3 defeat. The Ituhe was never in better form, hi* only slipup coin? ing la the sixth Inning, when some (harp bitting netted the htruls two runs. Tile Ulant* pot all tltclr bits and runs off It agon during hi* tenure ?f ?ix Innings, being me aide to reaeli Knctser for the seinalancs of a run In the filial three rounds. Score: Brooklyn. New V?rie. Dsub't, lh smith, 5b.. A U 11 0 A E L 045'graas, AB II O A E ef 2 1 .1 <> u ; Ii Heeker. rf -4 0 3 N?rth'h, Cf 4 l i 0 lillerzoK. ?331 30 Wheat, lt.. :i 1 2 Hum'el, 3b .1 l 1 Tooley, b*. 2 0 0 I'help*. < ; 4 1 fi' Kagon. p.. -' ?' " Kn'efser, p 0 0 ? ?Stark .... 1 0 l tcutshsw .1 0 0 srrurray, I? I "crkle. 1*0 i 1 Klet'er, as S l :.;ver*. c.. 3 0 tiroh. Sb.. * ii Mar'ard, p 4 u Totals ...Si 7 :'T 10 2 Total* ..32 T 31 7 ?Mined for Rnaon In ilxth. TBSttCd for Knstser In ninth. Hears by Inning*! N< ?- vork.0 3 0 a ; 1 ? ? 0-4 I mooKiyn .0 0 n b *> J 0 0 o Kunimary: Runs?Snodgrass. Hersog. Mi rrj. Mrrkie. Oroh. Marquard, Sn-.lth. Wheat| and .Vorthin. Two-has* hits?Phelpt. Her? zog. Nortiien. Three-base hlta?Herzog, tiion. Hummel Sa'crlflce llv?Snodpra?*. j Stolen bkae^-Whest, Merklc IS), Fletcher.! I'eoley, llersog (2), Murray. Double piajs? Murray to Myers; Smith to Phelpi to Dan-j hert. Left on bneea?New York. 7; Rrook lyn, First base on errors?New York. I; ] tironklyn. :'. Hlt?-Off Itagon. 7 In 8 i ning?. Klrst base on balle?Oft Marquard. 1 3; ort Kagon, 4; off Knetzer, 2, Struck out! -tJy Marquard. 4. by Itagon. Umpires, | '.livens and Bronnan. REDS DEFEAT CARDINALS St. Lotus. May '.I--Solid hits by Marsans and Phelan pare Cincinnati the edge over the i.'Hrniniil* to-day, the Reds ?'Inning by in to ?. tieyer weakened at the finish and was easy. The Iteds made four 'n the ninth by timely hittlnp. while the Cardinal* could do r.othitnc with Henton. who reliev? ed Sugg* in the fifth, runs resulted through Cincinnati. AH 11 0 A IZ Three of the Red*' errors, score: Bescher Marlins. Hob'zel. Mltch'll, 4 Phelan. 3b 5 I Bsm'nd, tt 4 M't,ean, 0. .% I Huggs, r . - Benton, p. 2 4 1 0 rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 St. l.olll*. AD IIO AE I 'J Magce. 2b f. 1 .". 0 Bills, If... 2 1 :t 0 Mow r'y. Ill 4 J ; 11 Kon'iiy. It) 4 I IJ 0 Evans, rf. 4 1 0 a 1?1 0 Ha user, ?*-= 3 1 I * 01 1 Oskes, c 0 Winso. 1 OUeyer, r 0 'liugt-lns 1 into! I Totals ...Stim IT I Totals ...41 103T It j 'Batted for ?leyer In ninth. brore Oy Innlnpi: P Cincinnati.HMi: 4-v? i St. 1.outs.001 2 3 ft ft ft r? ? ! nummary: Runs?Beacher I3>. Msrssns. | Hoblltzel, Mitchell. Kcan. Phelan (S), Kt moml. Masec. Hill*. Mowrey, Hsuser. Oskes I (31. Two-feat* hits?Egan, Marfan? Tiin-e ? base hit?Phelan. Home run?Oake*. Sac-I 1.1: .? hit*?Hoblttzel, Esmond, stolen bases ?Esmond, M?2*? (2), Kills. H?user. Besch? er IS). Mar**n*. Mobilize'.. Hi.tihle play?I H?user to Mase? la Konetchy. Left 011 ' tain-f:. I.oul*. I: Cincinnati. 7. Hits?Off I Suggs I m 4'.-3 Inning?; off Brntnr.. 2 It ? - Innlogt. !"!.-*: ba*'- on balls?Off BuggI 2; off Henton. i; off Gayer. 4. Struck out By Qeytr 5: V- Demon. 3. lilt by pitcher I ? Hy Tier.tor.. 1 fHautor). Wild nlirh?Ren ton "fsrr.e of game, I::o. Umpire*, Rlgler BOSTON WINS UPHILL GAME Philadelphia. May :i.?The Phillies re- ] ?-rr?o '?*? Philadelphia after an absence of I a month and loit the neat game of S ?erlv* with Boston * to ?>? A drive from Devlin a : ?! h Moore'* hand In the seeond. and \ tit .--t.red In favor of Beaton. The visitor* I ; lyed ? preat uphill pnme, tying the score :r. :'..f l?v*nth and hatting Seatson for ?lx r ir.f ;n the ?Igtltb. Hess pitched pood ball, ?xrept In the ninth, when he eased up. Score: Boston. Philadelphia. AH II O A E AH II O A E M'D'ald, &b 4 2 3 3 ?Pask rt. cf 4 (?S>'ell, cf. f. 0 2 0 OTitiif. rf.. 4 ?jb 4 1 ?4 BCrSv'th, If 7, '.. fi 1 0 0 0 t.ud'tis, lb 4 If 4 2 3 .0 0 Knabe, ib. 4 b. T. 0 II 0 ? Dow'y, 3b. 4 f . I - l 3 a l)o?:an. *? I ...4 3 4 1 a liooin, e .. 4 ... 4 1 0 1 0 Moore, p.. ft Re&togt. p. ."1 'T.Iagee .. ft .... I sv.een y, i Miller.^ 'Jackson Uevlln. I Shean, I Kling, lit**. 1 1 n 111 Total" .. 37 11 .-7 12 0 Iota!? .. K 12 !J II i\ ?Hstt.d l?r Kealon in ninth, fit or* bj' inning*: I HOSton :?.0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 f'hjiadeipnia .OOIOOIOOS?4 Hummaty: Hun* Paakert, Tltu? (I), 1 oeru*. Magipe, McDonald, Sweeney, Miller! CS?, Jackton, Devlin, Sh?an. Kling. Two-1 bate hits?Kiiiii?. I.uderu?, McDonald, He??, SweC'Uy, Titus. Sacrltlce hits?Downey and Doolap. Double play?Shean to Sweeney 10 Devlin. I.eft on baser?Philadelphia. It; Hosten, t. Fir?t b?*? .in errors?Bo*ton. I. Hit*?UH Meere. 1 in 1 1-3 Inning*; off Bea? ton. 9 In 7 inning*. Kirs; ha?e on balls - otf Reaion, ?; off lies*. .". struck out?By Keatson, t: by He**. 2. Hit l>\ pltnher?By H?it, . (Titus, r.udtru*). Pastes bail I KUng Time of gamr. 5:1?. empires, .lohn I none ami Eaton. i HENDRIX IS STAR OF GAME I'lttshurgh. Pa., May Hendrlx, or sides holding Chicago safe In the mailer of hli*. iri.Ued three tafetlet himself, one a triple, and contributed three rni.n 10 the Pirat-.v 7 10 ." elelory over I bo Cuba 10-day. The I Cilbt mart, ihre? amateurltb plsyt In ih? |flxt\, which allowed the l>iratrs t.i ?eore I tour unearned runs, ifc'eore: I'lllMturgh. Chicago. AH II O A E AB H OA IC ::>... .". 2 2 1 OSiheek'd. If 4 I 3 SO 0 0 VV, Ml'r. cf II404 n 0 Schulte, rf 4.031 f 1 0 Kim'an, lb] ill i 1 0 Hof'an. lb I ft fi ft ti 1 0 ".-.nker. ?? 4 ft 2 X n 7 1 Kvrrs. :b. 3 S 4 3 <? fi 0 Archer, e. 3 I 2 1 ( 5 0 Ittrhlr. p. 2 ft fi S I 'Lennox .1 1 0 0 1 "?node ... 0 ft n a < Cole, 1 ? 0> 0 0 0 ( ?rey, if.. 4 each. cf.. < : asn r. s* 4 . Mll r, lb 4 Wilson, rf. 2 .M'i'ar'y. 5b 4 Kelly, c ... 4 Hendrlx, p 3 ? Ton's . .111127 11 1 Totals ...K * IJ 0 ?Hutico for Riehl* in eighth. iKan for I.tnnov )n. eighth. Reer? by Inning* Tl. fittsourgh .00 o 114 ft 1 ?-7 OMc* go .ft 1 ft (? 1 a t) 0 i?i Mutnmsryi Hun?--J Miller <:>. McCarthy, Ktily. Hondrlx (1) W. Miller, llofman and Ever*. Two.base lilt*?c-arey. Slierk.ir'1 and Kver*. Tbrc?-t.a** hit* 1 Miller. Hendrik, r.ver? Sacrltlce hit*?Byrne, Wilson'. Bsc. rince flv?wtiaon. stolen bate?l^ach i nutile play*?Wagner to .1 Miller; Mcr?r. thy lo J. Miller; Evert ',. lfofmnn. f.eft on h-.se* Pittsburgh. 4; Chicago. 3. Firnt 1t>aM on error*?Ch If ago. i, lilt* 'un Richie. 11 In '? Inning*: off <""otf. 3 Ip I inning Viral h??e on t?Sll??Off lleiidriv. I; off Itlchla, 1. struck out?-B) Ifandrlx, ( Time of game j .Ii. fmo'.rc*. Klem and Bu?!i. Yesterday's Results in Three Big Leagues NATIONAL Brooklyn, 3; Now York, 6 Philadelphia, 5; Boa ton, S. Pittsburgh. 7; Chicago, 3. St. Louis, 6; Cincinnati, io. Club ' New York . . I Cincinnati .. Chicago .... Pittsburgh . Philadelphia St. IyOUlS) ... Boston ...... Brooklyn ... Won. Lost. P.C. ?ion :t T 5 UNITED STATES ftlchmond. ;?, Cincinnati, 6. Beading, 6, Chicago, s. Pittsburgh, 7: New York, S. No game at Washington, AMERICAN 'Bot'ton, 4; Philadelphia, 3. ?#w York, 11: Washington, 4. tNo other gamtS scheduled.) STANDING OF THE CLUBS Club. Heading ... Pittsburgh Richmond . Cincinnati . Washington Chicago ... New York . P. C. .750 .067 .57? .jl!D .4112 .412 .X25 Club Chicago .... Boston . Washington Detroit . Cleveland .. Philadelphia New York .. St. Louis ... Lost. S P.C. .758 .?7 7 .51? .4611 .464 4?H .ltd WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY i ! Boston at Philadelphia. [Cincinnati at Itichmond New York at Brooklyn. . . , ? ,_ . Cincinnati at -St. Louis. PlttBlburgh at New \ork. j Chicago at Pittsburgh. | Chit igo al Heading St. Louis at Cleveland. Detroit at Chicago. "Washington ut New Yorx. Philadelphia at Boston. jM'KINNON'S PIPPINS GET BUSY IN NINTH jPound Out Victory in Closing Moments of Pretty Game, After Rebs Manage to Tie It Up by Taking Advantage of Openings. BY GVS MALBERT. ?Tust hv way of varying the program, the Bobs dropped one to McKlnnon's Pippins yesterday afternoon at Lee Park, though It took the very last In? ning of the. game to settle the dispute. It was this way: (Jrover Qoshorn was moving lightly and had the enemy well In hand. True Badel managed to slip one over the fence In the opener and Uli ks scored In the fifth, but the Rebs had tied It up In the seventh, and j everything way lovely and everybody happy. Then came the ninth and last. The rumble of defeat was clearly heard In advance. McKinnon had changed his men around a little bit. and the .?hake- ' up Seemingly had (he desired effect.! Anyway, the sad story <-f thut ninth : inning, when victory went the wrong j way. follows. Baryon sammed a nice. curve ball down the left Held foul linej and pulled up nt sscond. Ainbruster beat out a tap. and Wlttenstetter had j the same good fortune, scoring Barton. I Mullencamp hit. and Hicks did likewise, | the result of it all being four tallies and the game. -Me Karla ml broke Into the limelight with his home run in the fifth, which] was the first hit the Rebs had made in the game. The pity of it was that no] one was on when it happened. Still It put the T/l?bs within sight of a tie. .lust a bit of tough luck prevented the I game front being sewed up In the sixth. Three hits were made, but Tom O'llurc was caught on an old trick at the plate, and there was nothing doing. It took three more safeties to get the one across in the seventh. Somehow or other, there could he no hitting at the proper moment, which mostly accounts for lost ball games, .-.nywr.y. On the whole, it was a good hall game, and the fans enjoyed it. The score: Richmond' AB. n. II. ?. A. E. I'rout. "Jo. 4 0 0 1 3 0 i.eitnre. ir. 4 0 1 0 0 0 Keynoia, r:. 4 o 1 l o 0 Mor'ariand, cf. 3 l :; ti ?> o Jrtcl.annon, lb. * 0 o T 3 0 lilue. c. 3 1 1 ".I - t, Parmalee, ss. 3.00103 Hoffman, -o.3 o B J AB. II. II O. A. E. Wadf:. .-?. t I I to? barton. 30. 6 a 3 3 3 I) ArmVruster, c:.3 113 0 0 vvittenstetter, if_,.t l -j o ? o Mullencamp, it,.4 1 : r< r, o .Micks, c. 4 1 2 f, : 0 Cornell; .5 o f 3 : o merman, es. 8 0 1 r< 3 I .Hartley, p.3 o l o 3 o nogan, p. ? o '0 o o o Totals .Zi f. 12 57 13 1 *Itatied !?r l-arma'.ee In ninth. Klchmond ._0 0 0 It 0 9 1 0 4?3 Cincinnati .l o o I tiv i. < ?< Summar) i Two-base nits?Blue, Barton. | Home runs?MoParland, Badel. Sacrifice i hlU?I'armalcc. .\rmbru?ter. Stol?n bat<s ? Wlttenstetter, Bohannon. Double play Blue to Bohannon. Left on base*?Rich? mond, ?:; Cincinnati, 13 first base on balls ?Olf Ooshorn, 4; off Bsrtlejr, 2: off Hirsn. I. nit!-?tjft Bart ley, s in s Innings; orr n? >:?n. 0 in 1 inning Hn by pitcher?BiCks. Wild pitch -Uoshorn. Time of ;imc, J hours, I mpire. Fylc. FOUR HITS OFF CORNELIUS New York, May 21.- Pittsburgh ,ie feated New York in ,the United M?t?n l^eogue here to-dav. winning by the superior pitching of Cornelius, by a [jjjgjjSitt .EDGE Friendship only in Old Quaker. j^gW There is nothing half as appropriate. t$|^i This pre-eminent American product is ,<MjQ1 as exquisite as Friendship itself. Begin today using for every reason ? purity? smoothness?flavor and GO Honest Old Quaker R. L. Christi an &Co., Distributors Richmond, Va ?cor? of T to ?. Most of New York's runs came through the visitor*' er? rors. Score: Pittsburgh. . , A.B. P.. It. O. A. E. ? atLilian, of. _? 3 3 r, 0 warren, 2b. 4 1 1 n 1 3 fabric, jb. , i p j Fowler, as. , ? ? i 1 , Brouthers, 3b. 1 1 1 4 3 o tl"jrhfr 1.? - - l ?"> 1 0 Cornelius, p.j ,. e, n, ?. j T"?n's .T "? 27 "s t| New York. v. , ? A.B. R. H. O. A. E. ?*?n. if. 4 J 0 4 (I u rreyor, ss. i i o l o o Noyes, :ih. 4 i 0 i o o Bruggy. c. i ?. o ? i n Wall, lb. 4 0 l o 0 l Neurer. rf.3 ,, ? a 0 0J Grlhbon, rf. i n o n o ol Hudson, cf. ...I. I <i n a 0 0 Dunn, 2b. 3 <i l i r, 11 Hope, p.:; i j o fi 0 Totais .Fi ~s ~4 TI ~2| Score by Innings: n 1 Pittsburgh . 20010220 0_7 Now York .. 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0?3 I Summary; Base on errors?Pitts-1 burgh. 2: New York. 5. Two-base bite?t'Hllahan (2). Highes. Hope. I Wail. Sacrifice hits?W.irrcn, Freyer, Cornelius. Sacrifice flies?Sabrie, '. Bruggy. Stolen buses--Warren. Sabrie.' Broutbers (3), Hughes, Wall. Left on bases?Pittsburgh, S; New York. 8. Bases on bails?off Cornelius, 2: off Hope, 3. Struck out?Bv Hope. 3; bv Cornelius, l. -\vild pitch?Hope. 1; Cornelius, l. rat!"-A bails?Bruggy. 2: Hughes. 2. fmpirc?Mr. Tone. Time?] :S8. OLD-TIME SWATFEST Heading. Pa.. May 24.?In a regular, old-time swat fest, the locHl United States T.oaguers lost to the Chicago team this afternoon, 8 to 6. Five! home run swipes were made, and they were among the longest smacks ever j seen at the Circus Maximum. Burns, McCJtilre, Porte. Getenrtch and Hutten made the homer- Schaefer was knocked out of the box in the eighth InnlnK- The score; Reading, A.B. rt. 11. O. A. E. Sheckard, cf. 4 1 s 2 0 ot Burns, rf.5 1 1 0 0 (I Berkel. 2b. 3 1 1 3 4 2 , Bibel; lb.4 0 110 1 0 1 Sheldon. If. 2 0 0 0 0 1 | Kavanaugh, if.2 0 0 2 u 1 Broderick, ss. 4 1 2 0 3 l , Dieters, r.b.3 0 o o o o Porte, c ._ 4 2 2 10 3 I Schaefer. p. 3 0 0 0 3 0 Bollinger, p. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals . .35 fi 3 27 14 6 Chi' ado. A.B. B. H. O. A. E. Schall. 2b. 4 0 1 1 3 o Johnsor.. ss. S 0 2 2 2 0 Walters, r.b. . f> 2 1 1 0 0 Gertenrlch, rf. .. . r, 2 2 2 0 0 Hut ton. lb. f, 1 2 f> 1 1 I Slight, c. 4 1 1 9 2 Ol Stanley, lf.3 1 1 f> 0 g McGiilre. rf.4 1 1 1 o (? j Hamilton.4 0 " 2 0 ?| Lynch, if. f> 0 n o o 01 MeDonough, ir.l o 0 1 0 0 Totals .10 8 11 27 8 1 Chli ago . l 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 2?R Reading .0 o 0 0 I 0 l 1 0?fi Summary: Bllnl sacrifice hits? Dieters. Two-base hits?Walters, Johnson. Horn? ru a?Burns, MoGuirc, | Porte, Hutton, Oertenrleh. Stolen bases?Gertenrlch, Kibel, Porte, Berkel. Bases on ballo- Ofl Hchaefcr. 1: off I Bollinger, 2; <?'? -. Hamilton, 2. Struck I out- By Schaefer, by Bollinger, 3-, by Hamilton, R. Wild pitches?-Ham? ilton Time?2 12, Umpire Cuiiem. ST.LQUISMAYGET FRANCHISE HELD BY CLEVELAND Negotiations With Prominent Brewer Probably Will Be Successful. [Special to The Times-Dis.pa.trh.] Cleveland, o., May 24.?Attempts to Interest Clevelanders in financing the Cleveland team of tho United States League having failed, It r.as been prac? tically decided to award tho franchise to St. J,ouis hackers. Otto Stelfel, In? fluential brewer, will become owner of the team, according to news received here. Marshall Henderson, t.'nite.i States League magnate of Pittsburgh, who with the owner of the Cincinnati Club, came here In the effort to k?i-p tho team In Cleveland. It ft for St. Louis to-night to complete the details of the deal. Henderson, before leav? ing for St Louis, said that all at? tempts to Interest Cicvclanders in the team had failed. ".Mr. Henderson ha? gone to St. f.ouis." said .lack Conner, munager of the team, to-night. "Until I hear from him to-morrow 1 can say nothing con? cerning th? prtvspects of the tcajn." Tho financial arrangem. nts have been placed In the hands of the law firm of nrady A Dowllng, of this c'ty. While confirmation of (he deal could not be obtained her- to-night. It is understood tha.t the deal 1? all but completed, .tud that the Forest Cltys win go to St. Louis and take up the United States schedule where thev left! off. Th-> team ia still intact, and the manager will remain in Cleveland until I question of ths future Is definitely set lied. Pertinent Comment By Gus Malbert Rugs Raymond is slated to un to the mound this afternoon for the Cincin? nati club, and if he |s ,n condition a hard battle will result. Last night the eccentric one was put to sleep iti a Turkish bath to jsot him Into prime shape lor the game this afternoon. Aside from his ability us si pitcher, Bugs ran turnish u whole entertain? ment by himself. His vagaries and eccentricities are- so well known tnai comment is unnecessary. It has not .been definitely determined who Al! Newnhani will use. though if the regular turns "re followed Shortv Lathrop is due. However, It Is not | at all Improbable that Hill Taylor' may be asked to repeal his perform- I an' e of Thursday. That is indeed good news which comes Irom Cleveland to the effect! that the franchise in that city will be transferred to St. l.ouis. St. Loui? I Is one great bull town, it has sup? ported two losing clubs for several years and has always made mone y, j Jack O'Connor has a good club in i Cleveland and If he can win any ball games in the city of breweries he should draw the crowds. At any rat. it keeps the league intact. Owner Mockaboe of Washington states em? phatically that his club Is in the lengue for keeps. Tc.e Cincinnati club will leave here to-night for. Washington to play four games, one I to-morrow, The Itebs were scheduled to play Cleveland hero the urst part of next week, If the St. l.ouis deal goes through all right then these games will be played. President Landgraf could give no Information last night, as he bud not been Hdvls.il Of any? thing by President Witmhn. , A P P AL?CHIAdN~LE?G U E At Asheville?Ashcvlllt. 5; Johnson City, 3. At Knoxvlllo?Knoxville, 5; Bristol, 7 Amateur Games To-Day CAPITAL CITY LEA GUIS. Anbtnnd vet. (Jrn.vs, nt Richmond College. Umpires, O'Toole nnd Kreneb. follrglnna vs. Southern Bell, at ii. ni Park. Umpires, Meaco? nnd Perkins. Mli let lea v?. It.i i tie Axp. nt Cbrlnt Church Park. Umpires, Iliekit nnd Hndcock. OLD DOMINION LBAGUB. Tylers vs. Horace S. Wrlnbta, nt Byrd Park. Umpire, Holmes. Barton Height* vs. Coca Colo Chewing Gum, nt Barton Heights. Umpire, Bnughn. Kaimt vs. tVnndall A tin erica, nt Athletic Park. Umpire, Bottoms. RICHMOND LEAGUE. Cherry Smash vs. lllllstldrrei, nt Uyrd Park. Burk & Co. vs. Imperial?, nt Spring Hill Park. Jnrobs & Levy V?. American Clothing Co., nt Fnlrmount Park. CENTRAL LEAGUE. Cnb* Vat, Harpies, nt Harvey Park. Hustlers vi?. Ramblera, nt Ryr?l Park. Giants vs. Cardinal*, at East End Park. SUPERIOR HITTING WINS FOR RED SOX Athletics Trot Out Three Pitch? ers, but Lose by Score of 4 to 3. VICTORY FOR HIGHLANDERS Walker Hammered for Fifteen Hits, and Senators Lose by Score of 11 to 6. .Boston. Md??., May 14.?Superior hitting In the pinches gavo the lied. Sox a tight Mctory over the Athletics this afternoon b> a scorn of 4 to 3. Mack trotted out Russell onct IIouvk, out Bedient was better than both. Oldrlngs homer and Maker's trlplu ami Uuuolc were half of the visitors' lilt, and were responsible for their runs. The contest was errorless, ?core: Uoston. j. uilndclplilM. A? II O A B .\V. It tJ A K Hooper, rf. 3 0 4 0 OcHrunk. If. t 0 3 U 0 Yerkes, 3b. 4 1 1 3 0 Uldrlnr, cf 4 - 3 0 it Bpeaker, of4 0 0 d'oiim*. ;i; 0 ,1 ; ? ?vi?, if... 3 ISO 0 llaker, 3r> 4 3 0 1 u Oardn'r, Sj 3 1 1 3 u Murphy, rif 3 0 1 e 0 Uradl'y, lb 4 0 10 0 0 M lmii?. lb 4 2 11 0 0 Wagn'r, II I ! 1 I 0 Harry, as. I 0 3 4 u Carrlgsn, cl 0 4 0 0 rnonias, >? :t 0 'j 10 lleulent. p |3 1 0 3 iijluss, :l. p. 1 0 0 0 1) IfOttCk", "p. 3 0 0 3 0 ?^?ooni'o... I o> 0 0 0 Totals ...31 S 27 U 0 Totals ...33 0 71 13 0 "Baited lor Ttiomas In ninth. s. nr- hy Inning?. R I'nilsonpnla . .1001. 101 n 0?8 UoMnn .3 * 0 0 0 0 j <> ? ? I Summary: Hum-- Verke,.. ?i>'aK?r, Wag- j r.?r. Bedient, oldring <:>, Collins. T? Uiase Mtt.-H.iker. Yerkes, I/CWls. Thrse-1 base hit?linker. Horn* run??jldrlns- Stol? en oasea?tyilllns. Speaker. l>out>:<- play? Wagner to Yerkri to liradley. Klrgl base or. rails?<>rf Bedient, z, vtt )t>jck. Struck out ?Hy H'dient. 3; by UouvK. Umpires, Dlneen and PerrliH WALKER IS HIT HARD New York, May 34.?Hammering one walker ler fifteen tills thai counted, the (Yankees beat th>- senators to-day by score of it 10 (. The Benators put uj, Dfteen notions On their hit siring, too. but not ?0 many of tnem counted. The Yankees made tnelr big noise In the seventh, when three singles. Zinn 1 horar run, a walk s.id a wild throw netted live rum. ricore: Wellington. New York. ATI II O A E AT. II O A I! Most If::: J i 1 v Uonrie. rf 4 2 1 0 0 l/.M?r, ~t.. 4.133 tfSSIna, cf... t I I 0 B Milan, cf.. C 4 3 0 SChase, lb. 6 3 9 ? 0 Scirfer, lb ? .*. ; 0 GCrte.i if_4 3 i o o '. '< 0 6lm'n?, 2b.4 3 i ; a Knlgfit. :b3 t 3 2 oHart'll. Jb 3 1 4 1 fl M'?ride, ss 4 ) :i .1 s Martin, as 3 1 4 6 11 Alnv'irh. ci 0 E 3 1 Sween'y. c 3 1 4 3 01 U. tVal'r. p3 0 o 1 owuinn. p.. 4 to. 'Williams.. 1 1 0 ? 0 To-als ...If 16 34 13 1 Totals ...S3U37LS 1 ?<-?. Walker, right neld. (Batted for D. Walker in ninth. s< ore by Inninga p \v aanington .10 10 0 1 01 ;? ? -?>? w Y?rk.100401(2 ??i; Summary. Runs?Daniels (I), glnn, Chase <;>. Cre,- (5), Hartzell, Sweeney, ymnn (S), Moeller (3), Poster Milan. Two-bj??i hits?'Milan, Daniels. Simmons. Three-b*,c | l?U?Moeller, liartzcll. Mom, run?Zinn. Sacrihce hits?Ilartsell, Daniels. Zlnn. stol? en basts?Martin (3), K?ster. Milan. Cree. Simmons Uouble play?flartssll iunes?i>: "II- first base on balls-Off Qulnn. 2- off | D. Walker, !? Struck out?By Qulnn 4 b> I? Walker. * lilt by pitcher?Bv 13. Wg'k er. !. Umpires, Kg an and Evans, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE At M >ntr al: Montreal, 7; Provi? dence, second game,. Providence. 3; Mont.0. At Toronto: Toronto: 13; Newark. 2; second samt, Newark. 6; Toronto. 1. ' Other , luha not scheduled. CAROLINA ASSOCIATION At YVlnston-Salem: Winston-Salem, 6; Greenville, s. At Anderson! Anderson. 6; Spartan burg, 3. At Charlotte: Chnrlotte, 5; Greens? boro, 6. iE WINS FOR TIGERS Portsmouth Is Defeated in Most Sensational Game of Season. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Roarrokc, Va., May 24.?Glnn's homo run with the bases full won to-day's game for the Tigers, The game was the most sensational of th: season and was marked hy sharp hitting and and brilliant as well as bad fielding. Besides his home run, Oilin fielded bril? liantly, having six putouls and an assist to his credit In centre field. The. score: , Roattoke, A.B. R. H. O. A. K. G-inn, cf. G l 2 i; l o Garmah, lb.5 l o 0 o 0 Pressly, 3b. 4 o o l o Holland, lf. :t 1 1 2 0 u Newton, ss. 3 1 1 3 3 1 LaflttJ. c. 3 1 1 I 2 0 Shields, 2b. 4 1 8 3 e 1 Green, rf. 4 1 0 2 0 1 Burleson, p. 3 1 1 0 2 0 Totals .34 8 0 27 13 6 Portsmouth. A.B. R. H. O. A. E. Becker, rf. 3 0 0 2 0 Murphy, ss. 1 0 0 3 4 Castro. 2b. 1 0 1 1 0 Brltton, If.- 2 U 1 10 Watson. If. 4 0 2 1 4 Douglas, lb. .1 2 2 12 2 Garvln. c.3 1 1 3 0 Tltman, at.4 13 10 Cooper, 3b. 4 0 0 0 3 0 Manser, p. 4 1 1 0 2 0 Totals .34 5 10 24 IS Score by Innings: B. Roonoke . 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 ??S Portsmouth . 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 (f?3 Summary; Stolen bases?Watson, Carman, L/afltto. Burleson. Sacrifice hits?Garvln, Murphy, Britton. Sacri? fice flies?Brltton. Two-base lilts? Holland, Shlelda. Thrje-bape hits? Newton, Tltman. Home runs?Glnn. Left on-bases?Roanoke, 7; Portsmouth, 8. Double plays?(linn to Newton; Watson to Douglas. Stryck out?by Manser, 2. Balk?Manser. Rase on balls?'by Burleson, 1: by Manser, 5. Wild pitch?Burleson. Hit hy pitched hail?by Burleson. 1 (Becker). Um? pire, McBrld?. Time of game, two hours. (J, halmers MOTOR CARS Gordon Motor Company RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. BOGSLOSEFOURTH STRAIGHT SAME Defeat Mainly Due to Inability to Hit When It Counts. [Special to Tlio Times-Dlepatch.] Danville, Vs., May 24.?The ,Tobac conlsia lost their Xourth consecutive name at home to-day after a hard fought battle, mainly through Inability to hit when it counted. Steve Oaston pitched a good game after the second Inning. He was hit over the fence in precisely the hame place twice con? secutively?I n the se.-ond Inning, by Wilson and Hinton?hut after that ho settled down. Norfolk's other run was made .'torn a pass and a single, llud glns's tleldlng for the locals was tho day's sensational play. Harry fihafer was sent to the heneh from the roach Ing line for disputing hall?. Score: Norfolk. AB. n. H O. A K jDodg?. sr . 3 0 1 2 4 i ICIrcher, if . r. ft a 4 l o ' Righie. lb . 4 ft on 1 J St.nih. cf . 4 1 ft ft ft n Kellar, i f . 3 i o ?.? o a 1 Wilson. 3h . 4 I ; l l a. Hinton. t>h . 3 1 '.' 4 .1 ft l.uskey, <-. . 3 fi ] j n o j Woods, p . 3 ft l l :( o j Totals .80 3 7 IT IS 1 Danville-. AB. IL II O. .1. K Runs'r, 3b . 4 1 1 1 1 f> y.anclli, *s . 4 5 2 3 4 n Oaston. D. 2b. 4 0 3 3 B 0 Schr?der, lb . .1 0 ft IS ft il Wallace, cf . 4 1 2 1 ft n 'Hunk, If . 4 0 3 ft ft 0 Qrlffln, rf . 4 ft i 3 ft ft Hudglns, c .- 4 ft 3 : 3 ft Oaston, S, p. 3 ft 1 ft n ft xLucta . i ft <? ft ft ft Totals .35 3 12 37 18 1 xBatted for S. Oaston In ninth. Score by innings: n. Norfolk .0 2 0 1 0 0 ft 0 0?3 Danville.1 0 00 0 0 301?2 Summary: Sacrifice hits?Dodge. Klivher. Sarrlflce fly?Schr?der. Two base hits?Clunk. Zanelll, Hudrins. Wallace. Home runs?Wilson. Hinton. Double plays?Htldgina to Be hrader: Hinton to Dodge to Bigble. Left on ?has-s?Norfolk, 4; Danville. 7. Bases on balls?off'Oaston, 2 (Kellar and Hinton). Struok out?by AVoods lrirst has.- on errors?Danville, 1; Nor? folk. 1 Time of game, 1:30. Umpire. Dor.ahoe. SEASHORE TRIPS VIA EVERY ^UNDAY [Round $1.50 Trip TO Virginia Beach, Ocean View, Cape Henry, ON* ATLANTIC OCEAN. 2?FAST TRAINS?2 Leave Byrd Street Station, Richmond, 8:10 A. M. and 9:00 A. M. Leave Norfolk, -1:15 P. M. and 7:40 P. M. Only line without change of cars be? tween Richmond and Norfolk. Smuflemenw. ACADEMY?To-Day Matinee and Night. Lucille La Verne and Company, In the Funniest Play of the Tear, The Lottery Man Next week?"The Prince Chap." Baseball RICHMOND vs. NEWPORT NEWS Tbnraday, Friday and Saturday, MAT 23, 24 and 25. Game called 4:30 P. M. Admission. 25c. Grandstand. 15c. Farewell Recital JOHN POWELL City Auditorium. Friday Night, May 31| Prices, 28c to 91,00. 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