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FORD AUTO CO.t1629 W. Broad St
LYNCHBURG EASY
FOR BIG SOUTHPAW
Gardin, by Defeating Shoemakers,
Wins Ninth Out of Last
Ten Games.
'Special to The Times-Dispatch ]
Roanoke. Va.. Juno "--The Shoe
makers were easy for Gardin to-day
?ml the nig SOUtnpaw won his nlltl'1
victory In ten starts by the score ot
7 to 2. Wli.ges was lid and was
yanked In the second Inning by Man?
ager Kelley. Chatte succeeded htm
an.] was hit hard. Grch*m mad- his
debut In rlghtfleld tor Roanoke and
stole three bases, lie got. a hit ami
two bases on bills In five tiips to the
plate. The score:
Roanoke.
ab. r
Graham, if. 3
Carman, it. ? <
Glnn. cf. 2 :
Holland. If. 3 I
Newton, ss. a t
Pressly. 5b. 2
Shields. 2b. 3 '
Lallt tu. c. 4 '
it aid in, P. 4 '
Xiiu-cn.P :
II. O, A. 1"
14 0 1
1 11 n 0
Totals .29 " "
L.> nebburg.
AB. R. H.
Keating. *s andSb.... 8 0 0
?Woolurns, lb. 3 1 1
Hoover, cf. 4 n 1
Kelley, rf. 3 0 0
Nixon. If. t 0 1
Hulmill. 2b. 4 12
Cummlngs, 3b and ss. 3 0 1
Luv, c. 3*0 1
Wage*, p. 10 0
Chaffee, p. 2 0 0
0*1:
Totals .30 2 7 24 7 6
xRan for Garman In fifth.
?Hulmell out In seventh; hit by
batted ball.
Score by Innings: It.
Roanoke .1 2 0 0 0 3 0 10 x?7
iyhchburis .o i o o o l o o o_-j
nummary: Stolen bases?Graham (3),
Pressley (2), Glnn, Newton Sacri?
fice nits?Shields Newton, Woolums.
Sacrifice files?Holland. Pressly, CUm
n.ings. Two-base hilt?Latltte, Wool
urns. Threo-baso hits?Qardln, Left
on bases?Roanoke. s. Lynchburg,
B"Uble plaj 8?Newton to Shields to
Qarlan; Cummlngs to Keating. Struck
out?By Chaffee, 1 : by Gardin. Has?-r.
on Mills?By Wlngcs. 2; by Chaffee, l;
by Gardin. 2. Hit by pitched ball?
By Winges (ProsslyV^ Chaffee, (Ginn).
Time of game. 1:1*. Umpire, Mr.
Orth.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
At Montgomery: Montgomery, 3;
Atlanta. f\
At Memphis: Memphis. 4; New Or?
leans, 1.
At L'.tP.o Rock: Xashvlllo, r,; Mobile.
s.
At B'rm'.njrn-a-m: Birmingham, 1;
Chattanooga, 10.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Mae.->n: Mac.->n-.)a.:ksonviIle; ralr..
At Columbus: Columbus, 2; Alibany, I
At Savannah: Savannah, 4; Colum
1.
bis
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Indianapolis:
Kansas City, 2.
At Toledo: T.dedc.
India n .1710'. is.
'. Mjlnvauketft. 4
New Fast Train
Via
to
Old Point and Norfolk
Leaves^ Richmond daily at 12 noon,
?with iparTor and din'.nc cars. Sunday
excurf::>n tickets to the- seaside will
?be honored'on 'his train.
?tlif*" faet- tr*a 1 n.s leave 9 A. M. and
4 P. M.
The Packard Shoe Factory is
overstocked with Oxfords, so
we are
CUTTING PRICES
early in order to unload.
13.05 to tSiOO values now going nt
Packard Shoe Shoo,
ni7 Must Main Street.
Trunks at Factorv P
Tae buyer who known ma different
automobiles will own a
f Allen Avenue and Bread Street
Pure, healthful, medicinal whiskey.
ROONEY MALT
Highly recommended by Unding physi?
cians every win re.
BTIUV9, 6WT8T A (it.,
Distillers and Blenders ol l'tno
Whiskeys,
Millman Knocked Out of Box,
and Pittsburgh Wins by
Score.of 7 to 4.
United States League
It ESU i/rs VESTEK DA V.
Pittsburgh, 7s IteiidliiR. 4.
1 lnclunu(t-Cblctt|CU| culled on".
STANDING
Club.
I'ltlsburKh ..
tllebmoud ? .
tin. iumitl
lt< adiun
( Menno ...
1 leveland ? ? ?
OF THE C M US.
Wan. I.ant 1'
Pittsburgh. Pa.. June 3,?The Reading
team of the United states League made
its first appearance here to-d.y dud"
was defeated by Deacon Phllllppl's boys
7 to I. Millman was knocked put ot
the box In the seventh and was relieved
by Bellinger. Rlley and sabrie starred
at the bat Score:
Pittsburgh.
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Cnllahan, cf. 4 1 2 ?"? 0 1
Warren. 2h. .'? 1 4 1 2 1
Brow in rf. ?> I - " " 1
Rlley. If.3 I 1 1 0 0
Sabrie. lb. i i 2 n 0 0
Powler, es.:i 1 - ?? 2 ?I
BroUthors, 3b. 1' 0 2 2 ."? u
'Hughes, c. l 0 i? " l 2]
Cornelius, p. 1 0 0 .1 2 0
Johns; p. l l l o 3 o'
Totals .32 7 1C 27
Reading,
A.B. R. H, O.
Plcter?, 3b. ? 0 0 2
Pettlt, c. 4 1 0 3
Porte, lb. -I 0 1 -7
Brown. 2b. 4 1 2 4
Wlckhel, U. 3 I 1 1
Cavanaugh, rf. 3 1 1 3
James, cf. 10 2 1
Failcy. 68. 4 0 1 2
Millman. p. 3 0 1 1
Ballinger, p. l 0 o o
E.
0
l:
o:
?o]
(1
1
o!
0 ,
Totals .3.". 4 9 21 11 4 '.
Sc re by Innings: H.
Pittsburgh . 0 0 0 I '5 0 4 o *?7
Reading . 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 ??4'
Summary: Two-base hits?Porte,'
Patley. Three-base hits?Subrlo. Hon/
run?Rlley. Sacrifice hits?Pol te,
Wlckhel, Cavanaugh, Rlley,* Fowler.
Stolen bases?Warren. Bases on balls I
?off Cornelius. 3. off Johns. 1: art Mill
man. ::; off Bellinger, 3. Struck out?;
by Cornelius. 3: by Johns, 1: by Mill
man. 2: by Ballinger, 1. Hits?oft Cor?
nelius. 7 in 4 1-3 Innings: off Johns. 2
in 1 2-3 Innings; off Millman. 13 in
''? 1-3 Innings; Off BaillnKc-. 3 In 2 2-3
Innings. Time, :':<?..-,. Umpire, Killen.
RIFFIN WEAKENS
Irl FINAL IMMING
With Almost New Team, Dan-1
ville Drops Game to
Petersburg.
Danville. Va.. June S.?With almost
a neu- team, Danville to-day dropped
the first Kamu to Petersburg by a!
score of 8 to 2. mainly through the'
poor pitching of Harry tirlffln. who,1
alter the first three Innings, was hit'
hard. Vance was effective, and was!
niven magnificent support, notably by
Nienburger and Busch. Danville's new
tttleht showed up fairly well, but could ':
not hit Vance when hits counted.
Three last double plays pulled off by '.
tu.- visitors killed ohauces to score
by tiie locals. The fielding features
ihi.. game wer? magnificent catchos{
by Johnson and Etehbtrgor. fJrllKn ?
weakened in me final Innings,, spoil
Ing what would have been a pretty
contest. Score: !
1'eterj.l.iirK.
A.B. lt. H. O. A. E.
Simmons, 2b. ..
Elchborgor, cf.
Busch1, ss.
Spencir. rf. ...
Anthony, if.
Howcdell, 3l>. .
Laughltn, c. .
Barnett, lb.
Vance, p.
?MCTlguo _
0 0 2 1
1
"oiais .?._41
?R.tr. for Laughlln In
Danville.
A B
LOwmsn. rf.3
T.aston, rf.4
Schr?der, lb.3
Job U. 4
Hii, c. 2
Zanctil, 3b.4
Driiiii. ss.3
Tit low. 2 b. a
I Ctrl Hin, l. 3
S 14
fourtl
R. H. O A. E.
(. o
Totals .20 2 5 27 14 2
scot.- by Innings: R.
Danville . OflMOOlft 0?2
Petersburg . o o o 3 o l 0 l 3?S
Summary: Rune ? Spencer (2). Busch.
Anthony, How. d.11. Barnett. McTigue,
Oaston. Hudglns, Laughlln. stolen
bases?Elcherber, Spencer. Two-I.nse
lilts?Hudglns, Drum, HoweAcll, Three
| bane hits?Barnett Double plays?
i HOwedell to Simmons to Barnett; An
1 thony to Barnett; Elchberger to Bar
? nut to Simmons. Left on buses?Po
' tersburg, S; Danville. 4. Base on
ballt?By Vance. 3 (Lowman, Hudglns,
: 2); by Grilnn. 3 fBusch, 2. Barnett).
j Struck out ? By Vance, 1; by Griffin. 4.
Hit by pitched hall?By Vance. 1
i (Schr?der). First base on errors?p?
J tersburg, 2: Danville, 2. Passed boll?
i Hudglns. Time of frame?1:46, Um?
! ,, rc?McBride.
Reduced Rates for the
Summer
i mmeifcing June 1, sumnvir excur
slon tlckols, good until Oott/aor 21.
will ... sold from Richmond to C. A- C>
,!.ntaln and tisasid? resorts. Wivk
? licktits to mountain resort stations
v.est of and Including Basic, and to
Old Point, Norfolk and Virginia Be.vli
wiil ha sold each Friday and Saturday
durln-T the season, until Monday
following, Week-end rate, Richmond
to old Point and Norfolk, |3, and v!r
glnla Beach, $3.25.
.-Hi.la;. 'Mitinor tickets sold at Krent
ly reduced raus to stations >ii;cween
Richmond, ScOttevllU, Newport News:
and Charlotte.^vllle, tor morning" local
trains out of Richmond, good returning
f^iinu day, * -_,
Wins Eleventh Straight Game
for Giants by Defeating
St. Louis.
BROOKLYN LOSES TO REDS
Philadelphia Defeats Pittsburgh.,
and Chicago W ins Prom
Boston.
New York. June 3.?Marquard pitched hi*
eleventh straight victory to-day. the Olant*
defeating St. Loul* ^ ?e z. The cardinal*
hit Mar?iuanl freiiy. but tiny could ??'
overcome Hie dUsstrou* third Inning. In
which Bailee went to pieces and seven run*
innie over hi a 10?. Thl ua?o? weis full
twice in this .anlag, and the second time".,
were occupied Chief Myer* ripped off a
home run into tett Held bleacher*, bringing
in threw men ahead of him. Hale succeed?
ed Sallee and did well. Score:
St. Louis. Sew York.
AB IIOAl? AB 11 0 A E
MaffS. ib. i I) 1 .'. 1 Dolore. If 3 o .i 1 (?
F.l'ils. If.... I -? S 0 1 Horn?. If.. 0 0 0 I' o
Mow rev. Sl> I j 1 1 0Doyle. 2b.. I i> 1 0 0
KOn'hy. lb. I a 4 0 OGroh, Jh.. 1 0 S 4 1
Kvr.ii.?, rf.. I l 2 ft 08'grass, lb l l 5 I *
Heuser. ?.?*?? i 0 ?Mutray, rf o 3 o o
Oakes, cf.. 4 11 0 i linker, cf. 3 2 ?> 0 "
lire*'hah. ci i! :. : OHerxog. 3b i 1110
6aDec, p... looo 0Myers. ??... i c I o
L>uU\ p. .' o o o O.TWartley, en o ??? o 0
?Smith _0 o 0 o ol'let'er, ??. 3 - - I 0
Mar'ard. ?I 10 0 0
Total? ...S3 ri ill S II Totals ,..?0 9 87 It 1
?Hatte.I lor Dale In ninth.
tRiin tor Myers in seventh;
Score by innings: n. i
Ht. Louis.0 0020100ft? I
New York.0 0 7 0 |l 0 0 0 ??S I
Summary: Itu-s?Ellis. Mowrey til. Mur?
ray. Suodgrass. Becker, Herzog (Ii. Myers,
IFletCher, Marquard- Two-*?se htts>?Ellis. !
Konetchy, Fletcher, Herzog. Three-base hit
?Mowrey. Home run?Myers. Sacrifice hit*
?Ucvoie, Konetchy. Fletcher. Stolen bases
?Becker. Groh. First base on error??New j
York, 1. Hits?Off .Sallee, 6 In S Innings.
First base or. balls?Off Mjrquard. 1: off j
Sallee, 4; off Dale. X Struck out?By Mar
quard, 6: by Sallee. 3: by Dale. 1. Hit by
pltchet?By Marquard. 1; by Dale. 1. Passed
hall?Brcsnahan. Umpires. Eaton and John
stone.
BENT0N STEADY IN PINCHES
Brooklyn, <*une 3? Henton. nitiioucti hit
har.l at t'fiee. wa* steady In the pinches!
to-day. and C incinnati won over Brooklyn j
7 lo 4. Brooklyn used ihre* pitchers, but
could not ?top the fte.lf. who batted hard j
and llehled tlnrly. Score:
t Inclunntl. Brooklyn.
A II II O A K A ? II O A E ;
Bescher, if S 0 3 n nMoran. rf. l l 0 0
Mara'ns. of 4 1 i ft ODalv. cf... 4 3 l ?> o
HnVr.rl. lb. 4 4 7 0 0~mlth. 31). 3 : 0 ! 0
Mitchell, rf 4 1 on ODaUh't, lb. r. 3 i o ft
Ktf.-.n. ?h... 1 0 Z 1 1 Wheat. If. 5 1 4 0 1 |
Phclan. O?. S 1 9 ! OHum'el. 2b 4 0 S 1 1
Esmond, as I I 1 1 rTooley. ?s. 4 ft : i 1
M'I.ean, e.< 4 7 r. 2 0 I'help*. c. 0 0 .' 1 0
ltenton. p.. 5 1 3 1 OMIIler. c,.. - 0 4 : ".
Kent. p... 1 ii 0 7 0
Knetxer. p I ft o 1 o ;
?Kutshnw.. 1 1 ft 0 0 !
?Fisher ... 1 ? 0 ft ftl
rtaeli. p... 0 0 0 0 0
Total: ...34 11*7 11 2 Totals ...3? It 2711 3
?Batted r..r Knetxer In seventh.
'Baited for Stack In ninth.
score by innings: R.
Cincinnati .; o ft o 3 l ? ft 1?7
Brooklyn .lOOOOOOl 0?4 |
Summary: Runs?Bescher, ^7^?.*'?-^^s. Hob-:
Hisel, Mitchell. K^an. I'helan. Esmond, Mo.
ran. Daly, Smith. Dauhert. Two-base hits?
Wheat, ltenton. Esmond. ?Oiree-baee hltt?
Mitchell, Smith SarrMre ?,??*---r:pan (it,
Smith. Mitchell. stolen bases?Hoblltxel,
I'helan, l>nly. noabie plays-'TTent rri Pheipt
to Dsiubert: Tooley t<> Miller io Hummel;
Euan io Hoblltxel, Left on bases?Cincin?
nati, 1: Brooklyn. 5 litte?Off Kent. I la
2 1-3 Innings; off Knetxer. 4 In JT-3 Inning*.
First (.as, ?n errors?Cincinnati. I; Brook?
lyn. 1. Kirf, base on balls?Ott rTV.t. 3: off
Knetxer, *. off stack, l: off Renten. 4.
Stru. k out.?14y Keilt, 1: t>y Knetxer, 2: by
Benton, :.. Cmplres. nipler and Flnneraii.
GOOD PITCHING SAVES GAME
Philadelphia. .Inn* 3?Alexander pitched
creat ball to-day. and the I'nlllles beat
I'lttHhtirgh I to 3 The n^^ errors back of !
him were costly, but goad pitching saved
the game: Srore:
Pittsburgh. Philadelphia.
Aft It OA E Alt H ,) A E I
Rj rr..\ 9b.'. 41 0 I 1 t Patk'rt, rf 3 'j ft ft 0
fnrey. If... 4 0 10 1 Tltuc, rf.. 4 3 3 1 ft
Hyatt, rf... 4 1 0 0 OMacee, If.. 3 110 0
Wilson, < f. 4 1 1 0 ft l.-.ider'e, lb 4 3 11 ft 1
Miift, Ib.. I 2 10 3 OKnal.e. Jh.* 0 1 r, 1 '
Vlox, ?s_ 3 ft 3 2 0nown"y. Sb 4 3 1 1 1
M 1 Sr'y, :b V. 1 4 4 OOoolan. ss 4 ft 1 1 1
lilbsoii. c . 4 1 I 0 0 Dooih. c... 4 I 6
Hendrtx, p. 3 o ft 4 OAiex'der. pa 0 l
'Wagner ..10000
tKelly . lflooo ?
Totals ...SS ? 2t 14 1 Totale ..33 13 27 1:
?'Hatt.d for Vlox in ninth.
?Batted for Hemlrlx In ninth.
Score by Inning*! I
Pltt.-tburs-h .lOOUftOOOi-3
Philadelphia .r0001002?
Summary: ftuns?Paskert. Titus. Ma gee. j
Dooln, Carey. Wilsen, Miller. Two-ess* hlt*i
?Wilson, Utbson. Miller. Sacrifice hlts
Magee, McCarthy. Double play?Tims to]
Doolrin. Lett .-n bases?l'lttsbursh. 7: Phi!
adelphla. 1' First base on ei ror??Pltts
burgh. :?< First ba?? on balls?oif Kendrlx,
F;truck out?By Alexander. i<: by Hendrlx,
1. Time of game, 1:S4. Umpires, Klemand'
Hush.
CUBS WIN OUT IN NINTH
1 Boston. Mass . June 1?Brown pitched a
Rood game to-day up to t hrt seventh In
nlng, when the Burtons fell on him with
?; ft I lent force to bring over three runs
Lavender relieved Brown with the ecore
tied and kept the B'-stons from scoring,
I "lule the i'ub? brongi-.t over the ?Tinning
I run In the ninth. S;cre:
Boston. t'hlcago.
AB ?! O A E AB H O A E
M'D'ald, lb) I 1 OSheckM. Ill into
Ca'p'ell, cf. 4120 O?chulte, rf 4 ft 0 0 1
Swien y. :u 3 ; 3 7 oTIukcr. ss. 3 0 1 ft 0
?1; Miller.. 3 1 f> 1 ozim'an. 3b :. 3 0 2 o
Jackson, If I 1 4 ft 1 tW. Miller 4 13 0 0
Houser, lb i : '.< 1 OKalfr. Ih.. 4 1 11 0 0
Devlin, s?.. 4 .: 1 ?_? OEvers, 2b.. 21440
K ins, c_ 1 0 4 6 ONeeiFam. c3 0 ? 1 0
He**, p.. .. :; l 0 0 0 Brown, p.. 3 0 0 0 0
llarlden, c. 1 ft 1 0 Ol.avder. pi 0 n 1 0
; 'bpratt .... 1 Vi 11 0 1
1 Totals ...311177 12 1 Tola!* .. 31 7 2113 1
??. ..11;o r rlgni ileld.
. fBatted for Ileia In ninth.
I \W Miller, centre Held,
j score by inhing*; n.
Chicago .0 i 1 0 ft 1 a ft 1?4
I Boston .0 0 ft ft n ft 3 0 f>?3
i flummary: riur.s? .Slieckard. Tinker. W
?Miller. Ever*, Tl. Miller. Jackson. Houser
Two-base hit*?8heekard <:?. Sweeney. W.
Miller, Dcv.m. Zimmerman. Home run?
I llouacr. First bate on balls?on Hes?. I:
off Broivn. :. ort I.mender. 1. Struck out ?
? By Hess. S; by nr?w?. i; by Luvender, i
It by pltche:-.:, He?a. i (Needham).
t i mplrea, uwrr.s and Drennsn.
Giimea Celled I'll.
Clnolnnaf, o., Jun> 8.?Cincinnati
W.ca*o {.?a.rii a in the Unttsd Statos
LoegUi , to be plays<4 here to-day and
tc-morrow, were called off by tolegrajn
from .1 .1. Kyan, president of the Cin?
cinnati club, fivim Pltt*>burg?:t, where
attVinded a mjKitintr cf thfl United
States LtVaffu* ir-og-natcs.
The rc-uaon ffiven wus th? rearrange,
merit of the achedule.
CAROLINA ASSOCIATION
At .SpnrtnnJburg: Sparlnnbtirg, B;
Oreenf'ioro, 3.
At Andtcrsonl Anderson, 1; Green?
ville. 2 1 first ganv.!),
At Anderson I Andfrsor.. 3. Green?
ville. r' (?pjcond game).
At Wintuoii-Salou; W'Jnston-^lero,
7, <^;iitrlotto, 3.
Results in the Big Leagues
NATIONAL
Philadelphia, 4: Pittsburgh, 3.
Brooklyn. 4: Cincinnati, 7.
Hoston, 3; Chfoago, 1.
New York. S: St. Louis, 3.
AMERICAN
Detroit. 4; New York. 1.
Chicago, 4; Philadelphia. S.
.Cleveland, 4; Boeton. 3.
St, Louis, 4; Washington. 13
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Club.
Now York . .
Cincinnati ..
Chicago
Pittsburgh .
St. Louis *. . .
Philadelphia
Brooklyn .. .
Won
. 30
Boston . 13
P.C.
Sil
333
31T
Last
fear
.63 4
.452
.010
.5S1
.312
.60S
.3.'.7
Club.
Chlcatgo
Won.
29
Boston . 20
Philadelphia
Detroit .
Washington
Cleveland ..
New York ? ?
St. Lou.s . . .
Lost. P.C.
528
512
4S7
351
293
Last
Year
.538
.548
.619
.739
.34?
.40)
.500
.311
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Boston
Si. i.ou:> at N"w York.
Washington ?.t St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Detroit.
Bobton at Cleveland
PLAYERS DETERMINED
NOT TO PLAY AGAIN
UNTIL THEY ARE PAID
Optimistic Reports Have Small Eff.ctUnles?
Accompanied by Hard Cash to Liquidate
b?laries Due?Rumor ihat Henoerson
Is to Visit Richmond.
BY Ot'S M.U.BERT.
Optimistic reports continue to keep
the wlfes busy* from Pittsburgh re
gardlng the ultimate fato uf the Unit?
ed States League. A meeting was
held Sunday and another was sche?
duled lor yesterday, so far as tu?
information goes the meeting of yes?
terday must have been highly inform?
al, merely a dlBcusslon of hopes rather
than any positive action towards re?
building on the ruins. To the ball
players tho reports with the roseato
hue sound more like a funeral dirge,
or a rattling of dead bones, than a
hosannah shouted ^t difficulties over?
come.
Sitting In front of the ?Ulbert Ho?
tel last night, all ..f the local players, i
with the exception of Bill Prout, who
left for his home In Newport, Ky., cur-1
ly in tlie afternoon, to be present at]
an operation which Is to be perforjned
on one of his chlidn n, read the re
port from Pittsburgh sent to The)
Times-Dispatch, To a man they wore.;
of tho opinion that it w largely an
effort to keep them together, so that,
in the event anything was cvi i done,
they would be on hand to answer the
call. However, they are now atay a
half mouth's salary, and arc not in tho
niood to be cajoled.
Sinst Put Hp More Money,
Willie still happy, and in u position
to take new Jobj which have bean of?
fered in abundance, tho men feel that
if tho magnates were acting In gfod
faith they would send along the money
which Is due them. They are not ask?
ing charity, nor are they broke, but
they have worked for this money and
believed that they should have It, It
seems that 6inUl comfort can be ob?
tained from the Richmond Baseball
Corporation.
Landgraf I* supposedly In Pitts?
burgh, and the oti?,-r members of the
corporation. Including Morgan lt. j
Mills, 1\ W. Bnyder and LoRoy E.I
Brown, are not In u frame of mind
to put up more money.
Pittsburgh advises that Captain
Marshall Henderson will bo here Wed?
nesday night or Thursday, but no mos- ,
sage has been received from him tell- !
ing of his proposed visit. If he waits;
that long Ins journey will be in vain,
unless be wants to take the Job of I
securing another ball club for Rich?
mond. By that time every memberI
of the local Outfit Will either bo at
home or signed With some other club.
They ;,re thoroughly tired of waiting
without any prospects of being paid.!
They want what Is coming to them I
before tili y will ploy another game, j
Richmond Und a good baseball cl?b, I
composed of men who ore capable]
nnd who have always earned a good :
salary. They can do Hho same thing
again. nt:d they are not going to re?
main idle, waiting to find out wheth-j
er n pet scheme of certain Individuals
is going to pan out.
What they want Is money?not'
money In advance, but money for
whlcn they have worked, which Is
overdue, and for payment of which
-small hopo la held out. To think that
the*,- will remain with their hands Idle,
lounging around tho hotel, 's, In their
opln'on, preposterous. They aro strong
In affirming that tho first thing which
should bo done, even if tho league Is
to be reorganized, is to pay them what
is justly theirs. Until this is done
they will liavo small faith In the or?
ganisation, though fulth is what has
kept them loyal until the present time.
Tli y feel thtit their trust In the1
Ii ague officials, in tho members of the '
Klclimond Baseball Corporation, has
been betrayed. They are working
nun. working for u living, and they
want the Just dues of their labors.
O'Hare win Leave. I
Tom O'Hare declared emphatically:
that he would not remain, but would j
leave to-day. Hill Taylor has a Job ,
offered him In this league. It is not
known what he will do, nnd he will
express nothing dofin'te. Pox Seybold
is already aWjiy, and has wired for
Iiis trunk, which Is taken as an tndl
cation that !:?? doesn't expect to ro- i
turn. Bert Blue Is being besieged with i
offers, nnd It will be surprising If he
doesn't pull Up stakes to-day along
with O'Hare, shorty Lathrop doesn't
know what he will do, Orover Gos
iiorn is Siek, nnd may have to stay
here t. Cay or two. Fritz Hoffman is
going, nnd going quick, l at Bohnn
non isn't worrying, because he is too
good a man to be without a job long
One of the weak links In the chain
woven by the optimists "'ho are pend?
ing out stories from the Smoky City I
is the statement that tho Heading
team Is Intact, when the Reading
Telegram. In a locnl St?ry telling of
tho bankruptcy of willinm Abbot Wit
in.-in, former president of the league,
says thnt practically every member of
the lenm has left the city, most of
them having signed contracts to play,
In other towns. Tho players refuse
absolutely t" accept as fact the stories
printed, and will continue to demand
that fnlr piny ftlono would prompt the
payment of salaries before anything
else Is attempted. Not one word has
been henM directly from E, C. Land,
graf. president of the Richmond Base?
man Corporation.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
At Bslt'mo.-e: Baltimore, 4; Provi?
dence, I.
At Montreal: Montip*a 1, 5; Rochc-st-r.
(i (ilrst gam*).
Montreal, 4: Rochester, 9 fmcond
game). . .
At Newark: Nenvark, 9; Jersey City,
At Toronto: Toronto, 9: Buffalo. 13
(first game>.
Toronto. S: Ruffaio. 4 (second g-flme'l.
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UPHILL FIGHT WON BY NAPS
Tigers Defeat New York, and
Browns Fall Before
Nationals.
Chicago. June 3.?Tho Athletic* whaled
Mogrldge for tour hlis and a* many tallies
in less than two innings, chased l'cter*
trom the mound In the sixth, laced ' two
oilier White fox pitchers, and won ? to 4.
All out two u: tne Fhlladelphlans wero
uuty with Hie ?tick. Bauer copped, a home
run; Uuiter. Mclnnls. Egan ami B. i-ord
eauu gau.ei.-d .1 three-bagger, and is. Loru
onu tVeaver uouoivo. Ptunk allowed ten
im?, i>ut kepi them well scattered. Hyore:
Chicago. rulCdelpbla.
.lu il O A E .>.v ^ A K
Hath. 3b... I J i 3 1 13 I_ord... a 2 2 0 ?
11. Lord, lb 3 0 0 ; 0 O.dring, et I 2 0 0 0
Cal'han, If. 1 1 i> " i"ol'?. 3b 4 0 s 0 u
-rint're. if 0 o o o 0 Baker, jo. i. i 2 2 ?
liodie, cf... i 1 J 0 o Murphy, rf 3 1 tun
J. Cot's, rt. i 3 ? M ?/Strunk, If. 1 10 0 0
fceldtr. Ib.. j Oil w UM'lnnlt. lb ?'2 * I/O
Weaver, til I ! ( I Barry, *?. a u i i u
Sullivan, e, 3 0 11 OQgah, (?.. i -IUI
rtaytr, c... 10 10 0 Pia litt, j l v ? l
Mogrrge, 0 u u o o ?
Ten-is. p... 2 10 2 0
White, p... o o o ? o
Sena, p.... 0 1 u 1 0
riTattlck .. 1 1 o <j o
tt.anso .... 1 ? U U o
sDlock . .. 1 0 0 0 u
Totals ...X 10 27 IS l Total? ...tt Ii 07 11 2
?iJ. L,oru. icii ile.d und rlghi neld.
I Hatted for Sulllv.m in seventh.
'Batted tor White In seventh.
zBattcd lor Mclntyre la ninth.
Score by Innings: B
Philadelphia, .1 4 0 0 0 tt 1 0 1?&
Chicago .4 0 0 0 0 0 i:o?l
Summary: Run??B. Lord (I), E. Collins.
Baker. .Mclnnls, Barry, Egan <l>, II. Lord,
Zelder, Weaver, Matllck. Two-bsse hits?
IS. Lord, Weaver, Three-base hits?Baker.
-Mclnnls. Egan, B. Lord. Home run?Baker.
Sacrifice hits?Oldrlng. Plank, Stolen bs.se?
? IJ. Lord, Strunk, Barry, Zeldcr. Lelt on
brt?<|i?Philadelphia, :?. Chicago, 11). tilts?
?):f Mogrldge. 4 In 11-3 innings; off Pf.rir
7 In 11-3 Inning?. o;T Wiilt<.. 1 in 11-3 In
nlngs; off Bent, 3 In ! Innings. First base
on balls-Off plank, I; off White, I; oft Benz,
1 struck out?By Plank. 3; by Hint. 1 Uli
by pltOher?II. LofC. Barry" t-i. Time Of
irarne. 2:1S, Umpires, O'Loughlln ar.a Worn
NAPS WIN UPHILL FIGHT
<:ievcland. June 8.?The Nap* made 1 gt'at
uphill tight 10-day and Ulinmol the It e<j
.Sox 4 to 3. with Buck O'Brler. up. Boston
Kot a. (lying start, but was -topped ?holt.
The lied Sox got to Blandlng in the Brat
Inning, u tao-bsse wild throw and foar hits
netting" them three runs. Uaskette was
'.o.e-ed Into service with two on b.,ies and
one out In leh second, and did good w?lk.
Score:
Boston. Cleveland.
AllH O A E AB H U A T
Hooper, rf * J l o o OOraaey, if. 4 o 1 u .)
V. rl.es, Zb. & X 0 4 0 Jtton. lb., 3 1 1 i 0
Speaker, cf 1:20 eJui.it? n. rf 1 1 1 1 u
Lewis, If... 3 110 Oi.uj?le. Ib. I 0 13 1 0
uardn'r, ?b 1 3 il 1 oBIPatn. cf 1 0 1 0 0
Stahl, lb... : 1 f> 0 u Essieriy. el ill 0
Bradley, lb 1 0 n UPrcR ii. is 3 1 3 4 0
Wagner, is 4 0 s c 1 Ban. rb..? 1 3 3 a 0
Carrlgan, dill uiliand'g, ,, ...... 1
O'Brien; p. : 0 0 1 OUatk'te, i> 1 0 0 3 0
Tot*!* ...3110 3113 1 Totals ...31 7 -'7 16 1
ore bs. Innings: It.
""lew land .1 1 0 0 0 0 I 1 ??I
Button .S 0 0 >> 0 0 '.' 0 0?J
Summary. Runs^-Graney. oi*on. issuer*
:>. PocklupaUgh, lloop.r, Verkee, Speaker.
T-ro-baee hits?Speaker, Lewis. Three.ease
nit?Jatkson. Home run?Easterly. Sacri?
fice hltS?Lewis (3), O'Brien. Stolen bas-s ?
rituhl, Ureney, Olson. Carrlgan. Qardner,
I'ecklnpaugh |3), Ball. Left un bases-Bos?
ton, 7; Cleveland. 10. First uiee on errors
Cleveland. ;, Boston, I, Hlt.-uft Uiandin?.
6 In I 1-3 innings, uff Baskttt?. t In It') In?
nings. First l?se on balls?Off Bisndhu. I:
off Basket!*, 3, otr A'Brlen, 3. Struck out ?
By Baskette, I; by (.j'Hrloii. 6, Hit by
Pitcher--By O'Brien, 1 <?.>:-,>n.. Hulk?ll.isk
ette. Uouole play?Olson to Eajol* 10 ivek
Inpaugh. passed ball?Easterly, Time of
guiiif. .':13. Umpires; Evans and Egan.
NATIONALS CRUSH BROvVNS
Hi. Louis, Juno 3.?With nnother patched
up iront. liio vrlppted Broun? wero crushed
by the Senator* for the third auccesMvo
time, n 10 4. With Stephens and ICrlchell
Ir.lured. the veteran I.ou I'llKer ?a? press?
ed lino service, catching hll fir.-i game In
?everal )ur?. lie threw out the only run?
ner. Milan, who tried to steal on him.
Haurr.gardner was chased |n the sixth In?
ning, and Charley Brown wa? bomb.rded
In the final. The- Senators poletl out seven?
teen hits, which totaled twenty-six base*
Score.
St. Louis. Washington.
AB K O A E AB IT O A B
Shotten. ci 3 3 3 j OMoeller. rl o 3 i 0 ?
H?nau. If;. 4 1 I 0 u Foster. 3b. S 3 0 0 0
Stovsll. In. ? 0 3 l ?Mliun, cf.. i 3400
Laport... rf 4 1 10 Cilandil. lb. I 3 11 0 0
Pratt. 3b... 5 14 2 lfhankJ. it. I 1 1 1 u
Hal'nan. 53 ? 0 1 2 OMor-an. t 1 2 1 ??
Wallace, 3b I 1 0 I OM'Brl'e, ss .=> 2 i 4 0
irU;rr, c.,.3 0 6 1 0 WUII'ms. cS 3 4 11
Hau'nc-r. p. 2 1 0 2 0 Engel, p... 3 0 0 4 0
?C. Brown . 2 0 0 1 0 Hughes, p. I 1 0 u ?
Waido. c... 0 0 0 0 1
IKuilna ... 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .. K S 17 13 i Total? ...10 17 2, 10 3
?C. Brown, pitcher.
tBatted lor i.'rlger In eighth.
Score by innlnsi: B.
fit. Loul*.1 0 0:o501?- I
Washington .SO 1033 007?13
Summary: llun*?Moeller, Foster, Milan
0. Oandll (3>, Bhanks, Morgan, McBrld*
(3j, Williams (2), Hughes, Shotten. Wallace
(3), Criger. Two-base lilts?Foster. Wii
;is:ns. Three-base hits?siianks, Moeller,
McBrlde. .-'Iicritlc* hits?Hosan. Engel.
iShanks. Double play? Stovall ir> Pratt;
Stolen bases?Shotten. Fo.?ter. Milan. Left
on bases??!. Louis, 12; Washington. 4. First
base on bal'.s?Off Baumgardner, 3; oft En
gel, 5. Struck out?By Baumgardner, 3;
by Hughes, 3; by C. Brown, 1. Hlts-Olf
Baumgardnrr. 9 In 5 2-3 Innings; off Engel,
8 In 7H-3 inning*. Hit by pitcher?By En?
ge!, 1 (Ehotieni. Time or game, 2:10. l.'m
plres, I'errlno and T)!neen.
DUBUC NEVER IN TROUBLE
Detroit, June 3.?To-day's game was moii
y Dubjc. But for a classical muff oy Davy
Jones on the first man up. the Frenchman
would have had an easy -hutout ln*:ead of
on:y a 4 to 1 vsrdlct. Jean never was In
trouble, not even when tho sacks wero full
In tin. seventh, To open the g*.mo Danlols
nolstcd to Jone?, who mado a torrlblo mess
of It, and Daniel* kept right on running.
I counting when Bush threw high 10 the
[ plate. Score:
Mew York. Detroit.
AB II O A n ABU O A B
Daniel*, rf. I 0 u u u H??h. ss... 4 2 .1 I 1
1" Lose, lb.. 4 0 13 0 1 Jone?, if.. .1 1801
2S!nn, cf,.., 4 3 10 Ot obb, cf... 4 2 2 0 0
Tree, If..,, 4 3 4 0 OCraw'd, rf 2 0 u 0 0
Hartz'il, Sb 4 0 0 3 ODelo'ly, Jb 2 1 8 2 1
Osrdn'r, f.t 4 1 4 4 0 Oalnor, lb 4 3 12 1 0
fitump, ss,, 4 114 OMorMty, lb 3 0 0 1 0
Sweeney, >? - 1 0 2 OStonsge, 031 4 20
Warhop, p. 1 0 0 3 0 Dubuo, r-. ?"? 1 e c 0
Totals ...83 7 34 11 1 Total* .,.37 10 17 14 3
.seoi* by Inning*: ni
N'jw York.,,,,, 1,,,,,?i.,Vi,1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1
Detroit ??itiiiununii.- 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 *-l
Nummary; Runs?Daniels, Bush (3), Dele
hanty. Jones. Two-has* hit?/.Inn, Throe
haso nit?Bush... Sacrifice hits?Sweeney and
Morlarlty. Sacrifice files?I'rawfc.rd, Stan
age. Doulble plays?1'olelianty lo Eush to
Oalnor; Lntbuc ta fttanagn to Oalnor; llart
z?ll to Slams to f'basa;. GSi'dn?r to Cbnsc.
Left on bnr.es?New Vork, 4; polroit. 7.
First' ba*e on errors?Now York. 0. First
base on balls?Off Warhop, 4. Struck out
By pubuc, 43^ Hit. by. pitcher?By Warhop.
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Portsmouth, Va., Juno 3.?With one
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ninth, Manser put the ball over the
fence and broke up the game between
Newport NeWs end Portsmouth at
Bland Park this afternoon. The Pl
. rules played loosely In the field, but
! used tho bat effectively. The score
Newport News.
A.B. lt. H. O. A B.
Hates. 3b.5 1 l l o i>
Boweu, ?s. ; l i i i g
Helsa, rf.c 1 l 3 u o
Wolfe, lb. <i l i 6jJ 0 0
Tennant, cf..*, ;; j j l o
Coutes,a if. 1 u 1 3 i) i)
Oyler. *2b. t 1 1 ?? 1, 0
1 ltddgers, c.5 u u 7 0 0
McKenzie, p..1 u 1 0 1 u
Totals .;i s 0 31 3 0
Portsmouth.
A.B. R. H. O. A.' E.
Becker, rf. 6 1 ?? 2 0 0
j Murphy, ss.h 1 1 4 ft. 0
I Castro, 2b.a i 1 2 4 2
j Watson, If.b 0 4 0 0 0
Hiltton, lb.S 0 11s i) 0'
I Garvln. c.5 0 0 5 1 u,
Tltman, cf.ft 1 1 2 1 0
Cooper. 3b.. 4 3 1 0 3 2
, Lewis, p.1 0 0 0 3 0
; Manser, p. 4 2 2 0 1 ft
I Totals .46 10 15 33 13 4
Score by Innings: P..
? Newport Z^ewn .. 1040301000 0? H
Portsmouth . 1 2 1 <i 0 0 0 4 0 0 2?10
Summary: Two-base hit*?Tennant,
McKenzie. Three-base hit?Watson.
Home runs?Castro, Manier, stolon
bases?Tennant (2), Cooper, Oyler, Brit
ton. Double play?Castr > to Brltton to
Murphy. Base on balls?Orr McKena'e
0; off Lewis. 3; off Manser. 2. Left Oh
liases?Newport News, 5j Portsmouth.
12, lilt by pitched balls?Oyler. Wat?
son: Struck out ? By McKenzie, Ii; by
Lewis, i; by Manser, 4. Time of gam.'.
2:25. Umpires, Mace and Donohd'c. At?
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