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Rebs and Colts Both Play Double-Headers To-Day
FORD AUTO CO., 1629 W. Broad St
Threatens to Leave League Un-;
less Better Dates Are Given
That Club.
Petersburg. V?.. June 14.?The base?
ball situation in Petersburg is very
h?ute. Tii.' club, the tans ami the
inibllf generally aro ><;? '" ????"?
ugainst Hi- action of Hie meeting In
.iit lust night, "t which Poiera
burn was! ? i? >i represented, In adopting
A st-heduic so manifestly unjust to
i-etershurg. The club here will not
milmit t? it. By direction or the
i ih .i ol .tin' too. Secretary Prlchard
iu-dn> wired BresMenl Boatwrlght,
bl thi ^ iginia League, informing him
that .: this ii-?- schedule goes..into
ijffeel tin- Petersburg club will at once
withdraw from the league. A pro?
test was also made to President Boat
Wl'ighl agalllBt the disposition of the
Danville, players. The opinion Is ex?
pressed here that should this schedule
he not revised, there will soon be no
1, ague in Virginia.
I'cli rsburg. next to Richmond, Is
tli- best paying city in the league. In
t,. .-, .t i; is practically equal to
Richmond, The new schedule gives
Richmond llfty-foui games at home:
Norfolk rorty-Hvo; Rounoko fprty-flve;
I'm tsmonth forty-five: Newport News
fdl ty-four: a hd Petersburg only thirty
n'he. Richmond is given twelve
Saturdays; Itoanoke seven; Norfolk
n.\. Portsmouth and Newport News
live euch; and Petersburg only three.
Illchmond is sent to Itoanoke twice,
Newport News twice, the other teams
one. whip, Petersburg Is to go live
times. The schedule is regarded us
favoring all the teams in the league
at ib.- i'x ensc of Petersburg. Peters?
burg is placed on the road so much
that i: will lose money uns] will not
h- aide to maintain Its organisation
if this schedule is adopted, and if It Is
adopted the club will not continue in
tin- league. As a ml... according to
receipts. the Saturday games In
Petersburg ate the liest paying in
the League mid yet Petersburg Is
given only three Saturdays under the
new arrangement. There is genuine
indignation In the city over the un?
just schedule.
Brj Cond Men to Play.
The team t .presenting the Rich- 1
mono ijry c.-.uds Company will cross
hats with strausc Bros, it Company's
team this afternoon at Mulberry and
t 'ii ry Streets.
Th. line-up of the Ittchmdnd Dry
Good: Co. t. ..;u is as follows: Shapiro,
pllchet; Scales catcher; Williams, I
first base. Cook, second base: Stroll -
mati. shortstop; Prank, third base;
Berry, left ?leid- Barker, centre field:
Splcer, right (bid. utilities: Shnr?ve
and <;n gory
The rtlchmond Dry Goods Company
team is open for games Saturday af
lernoon* ?Ith any ottier wholesale
" '-"s in til- eity. T.-.-.ms desiring
prune, iviii communicate with a. k.
illrahberg, Box :?!-..
Don't fall t? nlteml our
midsi:aso.\ sai k op clothing.
7/3 ?. broad
The No-Change-of-Cars Route
Virginia Beach,
Ocean View,
Cape Henry,
k*i*esrvXr?yrd street Station, Richmond
8:10 A.M. and 9:00 A. M.
Leave Norfolk 4:15 P. M. and 7:40 P. M,
Through Coach to Virginia
ha buyer who Itr.owu in? o:ftrren?
?mobiles will cm a
Jones Motor
Car Co.
Jlea A venu? And Broad Street
Perfection In quality and appeals to
every taste.
Way Abor.? the oidirary gin.
D1(t;ilers and blenders of fine whiskies.
First Ball Hit for Home Run,
and Giants Never Recover
Chicago Defeats Philadelphia,
and St. Louis Loses to
New York. June H.?Byrne, heading Ihc
I'iratca' batting lint, walloped the first hat:
served up by Wlltse to-day for a home run.
The Giants failed to tally from the shoek
and lost c to I. The Pirates hud no mercy
for Wlltse. A hase on stalls, some frayed
Itetdlug and a i>rac< of sharp smashes gave
the pirates two more counters in the sec?
ond Inning, and four singles added two
mote In the fifth. Teareau relieved
W'tlUu III the sixth. He issued II
pass in tho seventh, and two Singles turned
It Int? it run. All this time the Giants were
struggling hopelessly with Camnlts, who has
never plti bed a better game on the local lot
than his exhibition to-day. Doyle's bomer
In the eighth was his only scar. Score:
Pittsburgh. New York.
From Shock.
Ml 11 O A E
At) It t > A E
Wlltee. p.. 1
Tosreau. p. l
tM'CorMck. l
Totals .. 30 10 IT ? 1 Totals ...31 6 27 9 3
?J. Wilson. right field.
|A. Wilson, catcher.
tliattcd tor willst' In nflh.
Score by Innings: R.
Pittsburgh .? 3 0 0 2 01? o-s
New Vork.? 0 0 0 <? 0 ? 1 ft L
Summary: Runs?Byrne f.'i. Carey. Hbf
num. McCarthy. Gibson. Doyle Two-baseI
hit? Hofman. Three-baae hit?Becker. Home:
runs ?Herne. Doyle. Btolen linse?Fletcher. I
Doubl? plays?Wagner io Miller; McCarthy]
to Miller. First base on crrois?Pittsburgh.
New York. I. Hits?Off Wlltse, !> In l In-1
nlngs. First bate on halls-on" Wlltse, l; ofr|
Tesrcuu, I; off Camhlts, 4. Struck out?Oy
Wlltse, i; by Tearoau. by Caninltx, .". Um?
pires, Klein ami Hlgler.
Boston. June 14.?Bank O'Day's fast-step?
ping lt"i!s took down a victory hern to-day
without half trying, th" Dovea going under'
by a score of 7 to 3. Fromme outclassed
Hess in the box. and the Reds bad the
locals backed off the let in the InOold. Hob-]
lltxri contributed hard smashes. Score:
Boston. Cincinnati.
M'D'aM. -lb f. o S 3 lllrjrh'r, If 4 1 2 0 o;
Ca'p'ell, cf * 0 4 0 ?M'ra'ns. ?-f 1 1 o 0'
Bween'y, -".it i ?? 4 Ollob'sel. H? S 5 T j o
Klrke, rf... tilt IMItch'll. rf 4 1 0 0 0'
.lackson, If 3 1 0 0 OEgan. 2b.. f, 17 4?|
Ilousor, lb. 4 o 13 0 IPholan, 3b 4 1 o 3 o
O'Ru'ke, ssS 0 0 S lEs'ond, s?. 2 o l 3 I
CSowdy, C 3,31 tl OtC. M'D'ld. 1 1 1 4 li
less." t>. a:ot OM'Uean, e. 4 o 7 0 o
?jon.-s .10 0? OFrom'e, p.. :: l o 2 ?j
Totals ...34 7 27 13 4 Totals ...33 10 37 1* 2
?Ratted for Hess in ninth.
K\ McDonald, shortstop.
Score by Innings: R.I
? Itu ninatl.1 0 0 3 1 0 ? 0 3?7 |
Boston .o o o o 2 t u o o-;i j
r'Ui.uiii: '. : Rji.s. -Kl.-k". 11 iu?er. ?'Hourkc. i
Bescher 12). Marssns (2), Hoblltxel, Pholan,
Fromme. Two-base blta?Oowdy, Hoblltxel,
Egan Home run?Klrke. stolen bases?Phe
lan, Campbell. Double plays?Sweonay to
H?user <3i: Fromme to C. McDonald to
Egan to Hoblltxel; O'Rourke to Sweeney to
Houser. First base on balls-Off H?j?s. t; off
Prouiint'. 3. Struck out?'By Bess. 2; by
Fromme, 3 Bit 3>y pllchcr-^Woraana (21.
O'Rourke, Umpires, Flaneran and Ems.lc.
Brooklyn. N. V.. June 14.?Vlag Pay war
celebrated hem to-day, wlien l.OAO <-hi!iiren
from two orphan asylums and a disciplinary
aenbol, with bands, attended o-.ei game as
the guests of the Si. Louis and Brooklyn
i ;>ilis. The home team' won 11 to 2. Score:
st. i.oiil?. Brooklyn.
Alt II li A E AB II O A E
Ma gee, 2b, ? I : l OMoran, rf. l lot
F.llis. If.... 3 1 {: 0 OCut'aw, "h I a l 3
Mowrey, 3b 4 0 o o OtJ. Smith.. 3 l l l ?:
Kon'hy, ::> :i 0 6 0 1 Daub't, lb 4 2 13 l o|
Evans, rf.. 4100 0Wheat, ir. :i 3101!
?w. Smith. 2 11 3 4 Ollum'al, rf 4 1 0 ? l
Oukcs of.. 4 13 0 OTooley, KS. 4 1 0 ? 0
Hllss.' c.. . 4 1 s :'? "?) Mlil'r. C 2 1 ? 0 0
Willis. T. t 0 0 n 0 H?cker, p. 4 0 0 3 u
Woodlb'n, p (i a (1 n 0 .
Ilowell. p.. 0 0 ? 0 0
Hai-, p.? 1 0 li 0
HCugglnid 1. 1 0 0 0 0
Totals .. 3- C 34 f 1 Totals ...21 10W 15 3
?w. Smith, shortstop.
1J. .Smith, thhd base.
:Hatte.1 for Dal* In ninth.
Score by Innings: R.
:-t. Luits.000000002?al
Brooklyn .0 1 1 6 0 0 3 ?-n!
Summary; Runs?<Kone toby, oakes. Mo-,
ran 13), Cutshaw, .1 Smith (3), Dasibert, I
Wheat, Hummel 13), Tooley. Two-base hltal
1 Smith >->. Miller, Eiils. Three-base bits'
? Evanf. Wheat. Hottlti run? Morau. Hacrl-|
ace hits-Eins. Daubort, Mornn. Stolen oases;
-Moran, J Smith. Left on bases?tit. l^.ut?. |
?; Brooklyn, 7. First bare on errors- St.
Louis. Brooklyn, 1. Double play?-aioran
to Miller. Hits off Willis, 3 in 3 1-3 innings;
off W.m.dbi.ri., i in 2-3 Inning. First base oil
I iris fir Rueker, 1; off Willis, 3; orr Wood
l'urn. 4, off llowe.l, 1. off Dole, 1. Struck
bist' ?!:>? Ituckor, 4, by Willis. 1; by Wood
burn, l; by Dale. t. nit by pltoher? By
Ilowell, 1 Passed ball (Bliss I?), Umplrei
Boson und Johnstons.
Philadelphia, Pa.. June 14 - Jerry Dbwi
substituting "t stiort for Jos Tinker, play
the stellst mle in the Cuba" T to I victory
over the Phillies to-day. Jerry contributed
a triple and a hbiiio run The four-bagger
came with two Cb lea gonna on I .axes, In all
Mr. Downa was responsible fur ftvo of tjkt
cago's runs. fichulte'a two atonies helped
? lot. lor tiny preceded Dowtis's lusty
smashes. Retire:
I'hlladelphla. Chhsigo,
All II " A E AH H ?> A B
Poskert, rf fi 2 '-? o Iflheek'd, If 4 o 2 0 0
Cravath, ti r, 2 S 0 OHchiilte, if 4 3 2 0 1
Magcc, If.. 4 0 10 0 Downs, ns G ? 1 3 0
Ludorus, lb 3 0 12 11 0Loach, 31,.. .', 113 1
K1111 be, 2b.. 3 1 I 3 I Miller, ef.. 2 0 3 0 u
Downey, n>'.: 0 1 0 I Haler, p.... I 2 R 0 <>
Dooluii. ??.. 4 1 3 4 DHvera, 21... 4 2 4 ? 0
Kllllfor, <:. 3 0 ? 0Archer, <?.. 3 1, ; 1 n
?Titus . 1 0 0 0 Olteulb'h, p. 4 0 0 2 ?
Qraham. 0, 0 0 0 o ODav'der, po 0 b 6 0
Sealon, p... 3 0 0 3 0
Wallace, p. 0 0 0 l 0
tBrowne .0 0 0 ( 0 /
Curtis, p... 0 (1 ? 0 tl J
Totals ...33 0 2; U t Totals .. 34 ~i 27 11 ^|
?Unties tor ltllltfe.r In eighth.
"Rittet tor Wallac* In eighth.
. Score by Innings: p?
V1 ?' .0200023 liC :
Philadelphia. 100 00 1 3 00-<
I fiumnuiry; Rnna-flheckard, KehUlt? <J),
I IKrwns < ;.. Miller, Rater, Paskert f2)i ?'rm
nth (?), ilaidorilg. T1WII-1>aae bit ?nler
I Three-base bit- Downs. Home run? Down?
Crnvath. Sacrifice Mm Dirwney (21 Arch?
er Hu- Off Staton, v In ?)-;, tunings, off
I M a ban- . In 12 ;; innlnas; off Reulbach,
? In . .'-3 Innings Mrei i?i?e ,,n balle t in
"-uton. 4. ..it i-'iisis. j; orr Reulbach, 1 <.n
vender. 1: off Wallace, : Struck nut 11 y
atnn. I: by Wallace, 1; by lavender, ?'. I
lilt by pitcher -Mailer wild ?U, 1, ; ,.,,.,? 1
7!mc of game, I Umplrds, ?.?*na and
He rinan.
11 ni 11 Prevrnts Mnteliea,
rtaln prevented the soml-ltnnls und
IliialH at the Country ?'Hib yesterday in
t-.o <ii,| |i,mil!iiiin I' 11111M t'liirii'iinout for
the llermitagle ? l.uil.;.im,. cup, i,,,t play
1 win be resumed lo-diiy, providing
Weather conditions are favorable.
Results in the Big Leagues
Boston, 3; Cincinnati, 7.
Brooklyn. 111. St. I.ou1e>, 2.
NV-.v York. I; Pittsburgh, ?">
Philadelphia 5; Chicago, i
St. bouts, 5: New York, '
I>HroH, I: Philadelphia.
Washington, 13; Cl. v. land.
(Ihleaico-JIoston; raJn
New York . .
t IHtcago . ?.
U'rtotiutaitl ..
St. I/ouis . . .
Brooklyn .. .
Boston .
Won. LoeH.
Bos-i.ii, .
Detroit .
Cleveland ..
Now York . .
Si l.outs ...
Won. I t. P"'
. as IS ??'?'-<
I ?ist
:. 12
?. in
:;i 1
Pittsburgh ;vt New York.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Chicago nil Philadelphia.
St. Dottle at Brooklyn
Washington at Cleveland.
1'hiladeliVbla at Detroit
New York t St. Douls.
Boston at Chlcar
Says John B. Minor, hepresenting P.
White & Son, Contractor.--, Who Built
Home of Local U. S. Leaguers.
Richmond Baseball oorporati >n
Says Contract Has Not
Been Comulied With.
It seems t!iat the Rroad Street Park
I Corporation is anxious to secure un
I Interest In the Richmond Baseball Cor?
poration's ball park. The Hrst-natned
corporation controls the Richmond
baseball club in the Virginia League,
I while the last iinmoil owns the Rich?
mond franchise in the United States
League and controls Lee Park. The
basis for the assertion that the Broad
street Park Corporation wants an in?
terest In Lee Park is a letter written
by John B. Minor, representing I'. .1. 1
1 White Sop. tin., contractors, who I
built the stands at the new park.
This letter, which is addressed to
Morgan it. .Mills, secretary-treasurer
of the Richmond Baseball Corporation,
reads in part as follows: "My clients,
Messrs p. .1. white & Son. have In?
formed me thnt they have an offer,
which they think Is from Mr. Bradley,
of the Richmond baseball club, to pur?
chase their claim against the Base?
ball corporation of Richmond.'
After reciting reasons for not having
pushed the claim, the letter concludes
by saying. "If this Is not received by
noon of June 14. I wdll either sell the
claim to Mr. Bradley or file our Hen."
The letter Is signed by John B.
Minor, representing P. .1. W'h'to &
, Son.
j Yesterday was June It. but Morgan
R. Mills, secretary-treasurer of the
Richmond Baseball Corporation, had
received no Information as to whether
the claim against the corporation had
been sold to \V. R Bradley, or
wlo ther a mechanic's lien had bet n
flie,i against the park. There Is yet
duo out of the contract prlc? >f $7,140
a sum approximating J600.
Tho rest has been paid, and. ac
eord'.ng to Mr. Mills, the 9600 would
have been paid, but that the members
of the board of directors of the cor?
poration feel that the contractu! has
not lived up to the agreement. and |
that much work has been left undone.
I or done In a manner not satisfactory
to the owners. In other woros, the i
I |000 due has been withheld uh a pro?
tection, and to ontorcc the contrac
I tors to live up to their agreement.
On -May 2D a letter was written by
the secretary of the Richmond Base?
ball Corporation to Messrs. p. J.
White & son, which says:
"Your attention has several times '
been ccjled to the inferior fvork and i
materials at our bus. ball park, and I
which you have been advised, does
not eonform to the specifications or
contract; therefore. We beg to noti?
fy you that unless you proceed ut
once with this work and complete It
in accordance with our contract, wo
will procure the necessary materials
an.l labor and have the work finished
at your coat." The letter further
' states that this would be done on
1 June 3,
I Following n meeting of the board
of directors of the corporation held
( on June 1. a letter wen addressed to |
John It. Minor, representing the con- j
'tractors, In which ret tain specific in
stances were reelted in which It is1
alleged the contractors failed to car- I
ry out the requirements of th? con- ,
tract. Ono of the paragraphs In this
j last letter says; "The grandstand ?
I seats are made of much dghteY ma- !
terlal, arc very weak and Poorly con
I striictcd, and the ^Balance between
the seats Is totally Inadequate for the ;
purposes for which they are Intended. I
. . . The rear >f the grandstand Is'
not closed In as p. r agreement. . . . j
The negro bleachers are not covered ,
as provided f >r as per contract."
There are other reasons assigned why I
the balance due Is not paid.
It Is not known why the Broad, i
5:tr?-,.t Park. Baseball Corporation, or j
w. B Bradley, oi both, deslro to pur
chase the claim of P. J. White &? Son '
?,st the Richmond Baaeball Cor- I
Refuses to Divulge Terms of
Contract?Is Not to Be
Farmed Out.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Charlottesvtllc, Va.. June II. ? Bppa
Itixey, .lr., the. Virginia southpaw, stat
<?>! to-night that ho signed a contract
ich "lays ago to play with the Phil
B'lclphla National I.eaguu club. lie re?
fused to divulge the terms of the eon
tract further than to tav that ho had
signed i;p for the entire season, with
the understanding that )??? was not tol
bo farmed out. lie very frankly stat?
ed, however, that his contract with
the Phillies did not .all for as much
money as had hern off? red him by
Homo of thu other clubfi. Several at?
tractive offers had been made him in
tho past few days, among the iium
bi r being one from an official of the
Virginia l?cague, acting as an agent
for the New York 'Hants, who. It Ik
understood, were willing to pay him
as much as 37<'0 a month. As late iih
last night It message came from '.'lark
tiriifith In Cleveland, asking itixey to
meet the National manager In Wosh
I tig ton on Monday for a consultation.]
Itlxey's father, It whs learned to?
day, was greatly chagrined when ho|
learned that bis son had sighed up
with Philadelphia. All along ho has
wanted tho lad to go with Washing?
ton, and thla same desire has been
given expression to by scores of th>
twlrler's admirers hero, especially
Kineo the great winning strenk tb<:
Washington club has enjoyed during
the past fortnight I zeal fans here,
where the Nationals trained till*
spring, ari. hoping for no excursion
to tb? Capital City nt an early dato,
mi that they can r. the Nationals in
lllxey Will leave her.- on the early
morning train to-morrow, and is
anxious to jump Into Um fray. He
had planned Igo to Norfolk Mondaj
to participate In the Virginia f-.tatr
United States League
i Sn
Hi;* I 1/rX \ KBTKII \ .
games pln>e,ii rain,)
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it Iclim'toil
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U'llKltK TUVA I'l.tV TO-liAt.
I'lllslMirgh at lllehntoon (rfUMbfe
lienitr r. i
Termin Tournament along with his
earn mates, Pott and Nclf, of the unl
orsity. but Manager Doolri, of the
Phillies, wired ihm ho preferred him
to report al once, so as to get th?
benefit of the morning practice with
thu Quaker i-'i lad before the Phillies
started on the road.
Rlxey'a college career Is by no
means ended At the commencement
exercises ;:t thi university on Wed
nosday he was awarded the Bachelor
<A Arts dcgrei und unen In cap and
gown ho advanced to the platform to
receive his diploma from Acting Dean
Kent, ho was given n rousing send-off
by blH college mates; 1
It Is Itlxey's present Intention to
specialize in chemistry, und to thut
end ho propose! enter sorruj prom?
inent Northern Institution next fall,
either the Massachusetts Institute of
Techn? : gy, 1 ? :i or Columbia. Had
Klxey remained at Virginia he would I
i. v? had only .. moru year In base-'
I hall, for In his llrst year In college he
pitched one that against Holy
1 ross. This one ? ontest counted as u
yeni ir, the diamond sport.
1.4181 ? 1.1 Inn Itixey wnn chosen cap?
tain of the Vlritiuln basketball quint,
and i.lv miccoH ? .. will bo named tit
i l,i oponillM "I next session. In two
other branches oi 'port Itlxey also nx
<< li,d. tennis mid Rolf, In both of
which he in i|uit< proficient. His love
lot thesi Is ? ich that he hopes to se?
cure enough re*i ?<? from Imsebull to
participate In inatehos at nnn <>r mor
Of till COUntrj , .\,n around Philadel?
At 1.1.o.v.i ? KnoxVllle, Johnson
frit v. i
Al Morrl ? MorrlHtown, B; Clove
land, 2
??? Ashcvllle: liovlllO. 0; Itrlstol. 4.
Chief Bender Wobbles in Two
Innings, and Tigers Win
Washington Wins Again, Making
Its Fifteenth Consecutive
Detroit, M'.rh.. June 14 - in nil but the
Aim mill ninth Inning! Chief Mender vvai hi*
obi seif to-day, but In those two seaslona
ho wobbled und the Tlscre took enough
turn to win 4 to :t. .VI o: the Atbletlca'
counts were due to error*. Hush, Onslow
and WlUell being the off. nd,n? Tlfc, rf.
Philadelphia went Into the ninth one ahy.
A bad throw by Wlllett |>ut Barry on third,
and he riiulu-d humc after Uuah hud gripped
n lift from Coombs, In Detroit's half
Uitlnor tripled t? right, und Morlarlty druvo
otic equally u? fnr to left. Benrr:
PhltsMlelpliio. Detroit.
Alt II ' > \ i: Alt II l ' A K
Lord. rf... t 1 0 n 0 Uuah, us... ."t 0 J .'i l
Oldrlng. er. 4 t l a OJonea, If... 0 0 l 0 it
I'olllns. A. 3 1 : 4 OCobb. < (.. 13 110
Raker, .in.. 3 l 4 tcraw'd. rt n l 3 o o
Strunk, If. 4 0 4 o ODcle'tr, 5b 4 l l ? 0
Mlnnls. lb. 4 t ?> 0 Oiiulnor. lb I 1 I! M
Barry, * i l l o.Mor'ity. 3M : ? n l>
Thomaa, c. 3 0 1 1 OOnalow, < . 3 u :? <> !
Bender, p.. 4 1 0 ! OStsnage, e o o ?.' o o
Kl,-an. c. 0 0 0 0 0 Wlllett. ?.2 0 0 4 1
H'oumba ...1 9 0 0 OjVItt . 1 0 0 0 u
Totals ...34 JVii; 1 Totals .. 39 > J l: 4
?Ott? out when wlr.nlnc inn was adored.
* Matted for Thnmui In nov.>nth.
Mintled for Onslow In et \t nth.
Score by Innings: It
Philadelphia, .1 A ft ft ft ! ft 0 1?1
Detroit .?-?Oft <> i> o o l l-t
Summary: Runs?Colllna <-'?. Harry. Hush
12), C'obb, Oalnor. Twn-i. m,. hits?M< Innls,
Crawford, Morlartty. Threc-bnae hlta?Lord,
Uulnor. Sacrifice hlta?Thomaa, Jon, ?. Bac
r ttr.. tiles?Crawford, ibik-r. Coomba B.n
liases??Strunk. Collins, t'obli. I.eft on b.ii-.-h ?
i ' i.i 7, I'etrolt. i". Firm bat'0 on
errors?Philadelphia. :'. Detroit, I. First
bsaa on balls?Off Bender, tj off wiiiftt. l
Struck out ?By Ibnrti-r. 7; by tVlllrtt. I.
Time of Kam?. l:?r>. Umpires, Westervelt
und Bvane.
St. Louis. Mo., June 14.?Th" Yankee* took
tho tirst same of the aeries from the Browns
to-day tj ten InnlriK-j. 7 to K, A home run
Into the rhrht held bleachers by Klnn won
for Wolverton'a men. Boy Mitchell *tart?"!
for Hie Browns, hui ein taken out after
ihm? runs came off him In tho flrst. I"
Brown worked the remainder of the .Tame.
Fisher and Q'itnn worked for th>- Yankeea,
tlic former potn^ fivo tnr.tn.ts. Score.
St. Louis. >*rw York.
AH 11 O A F. AI? li ?> A K
Shorten, rf 3 ft 4 1 Ollurl"!. "b f. : t 0 ft
Co'pton, rf, 3 3 3 1 1 stump, as .*? 2 a c. o
Htovall, lb 4 1 a ft OiVm, |f?? I 1 S I t
Pratt. 2b... 4 1 : 0 OZtnn. rf... 4 2 3 0 0
HnKan. If.. 4 ft 3 ft oChn?f, Ih . B 1 IT o 0
Austin. r.b. ? t! 1 orSird'r. Sb. 6. 3. 3 1 1
Wallace, ??4 ft ; r> ftDanlri*. rf B 2 110
KrlehcAI.I rift? 1 ftSireet. c.. 3 1 .1 3 ?
Mitchell, p. ft n ft ft oPteher, p.. ft ft I 0
??Stephens., t ft ft ft 9Sweeney, el ! l ft o
Totals ...3t fi 39 9 I TotaJa ...47 U 3311 1
?Hatto.1 for Krlehall in tenth.
'fUtted for K- Brown In tenth.
(Batted for Street In ninth,
ft or? hv Innings: ft.
Now York.2 ft ft ft ft ft ft I 1 2?1
st. Louts.nidi l ?Do <w,
Summary: Ituna?Shotten, Compton, Smv
rill, Pratt. Krlrheil. Rartroii, Stump
cr^i>. Zinn. Gardner* Daniels. Two-base hit
?Zinn. Three-baae hlts-?'ree. Dnn|e>. itom
run?Klnn. Sacrifice hlta?B. Brown, '/.inn.
Qulnn. Double playr-Shotten to Htovnll.
Stolen bases?Hartzell 13). Stumi>. Gardner
(S), i'rntt. Austin. Danlei?, Sweeney. Left
on bases?St, Louis. 3: New York, s Bile?
Mli, hell. 4 In 1-3 Innlns; off Fieber, .". In i :-"
Innings First bnsr en baits Off Fisher. 1:
off i:. Brown. I; off rjutun. I. Struck out
It" K. Brown. 4; by Fisher, '.: hv rjuinn. I.
Hit rc.- idteher?By Fisher, 1 (Krlchrlli.
Time of game, - hours. Umpires, Bs; an
and O'LOUghlln.
Cleveland, O . .Ivint- 1? ? Washington took
the seron.1 gftm* of the scries here to-day
13 (o s. The visitor! batted four Cleveland
hurlrrp hard nnd annexed ihitr ftfteenth
Straight victory, Th? feature of the game
was Milan's I.as.' ronnlhr. Its stole- second
In tin- fifth, third and Imme In the sixth,
and second and thlrii in the seventh Score:
Cleveland. Washington.
(iriney. If. f. 0 3 5 1 Moeltnr, rf It 3 '.' t 0
Olson. 2h... 10 12 "Foster. 3b.. * 3 3 3 0
l.alole. lb . & 4 S 1 0Milan, r.f.. I 3 I 0 (I
Blrli'm, cf. 4 4) 11:0 OOandll, !?>. I 371 0
Butcher, rf ." son osnanka. If. t 3 .'. ft t
Peck'h. ss . 4 l l 4 (Morgan, 2.? >'? l 103
Turner. 3b. 4 2 3 1 OM'Brl'e. ss 4 2 3. 2 0
O'Nell. <?... ; i r, 3 I Henry, c.;. S t 3 1 ft
Adams, <??.. 3 t 3 ft 0Hughes, ?.4 1 14!
Bland'g. p. 2 I 0 I n
Steen, p_ ft ft ft ft ft
Kahler, p . ft ft 2 1 ft
Roakette, p 1 ft ft ? 0
??Kast-rlv.. Vk ft p ft 0 1
%.ta'V.?ort.. .0 0 0 0 ?
(Ball . n 0 ft (i 0
Totals ...39 13 27 II 3 Totals ...tl ?:0 27 II
?Hattert for rVXcll In fifth.
tltatted tor Steen in fifth.
iitiui for Jackson In fifth.
Score hv Innings: I
'Mevr lnnd .0 0 4 0 3 3 0 ft 0? .
I Washington .ft l 0 3 3 2 4 o o n
[ Summary: Runs?tlraney (3), "Iran. Lajote
''.'i, Birmingham, Butcher, Pecklnpaugh,
lOfoeller (2), Poster, Milan f2). ChiuIII (2),
I Shank*. Morgan (J), McBrlde. llenrv (J).
1 Two base hits?Foster (3), Shanks <3>. Mor?
gan, ll. nry. Turner, Milan, Bute her. Three,
base bits Butcher, tajolc, Moeller. Sacri?
fice bit" Olson. Shnnks. Hughes. Stolen
'bases-Clahdlt, Mnraan. Milan (S>, Peckln
paiurh, Foster. Double plays Moolb 1 to
Henry; Hughes to McBrlde 10 Oandll. Left
1111 bases?Cleveland, ll; Washington, 7. him
? orr Blandina, ; In I 1-3 Innings: off Steen.
3 in Inning: off Kahler. 7 in '.' Innings;
oft Buskette. 0 in 3 innings. Flral bn.
balls?Off Hughes. I; off HI.unlink-. 2: off
Kahlii. I. Struck out-By Hughes. 2; by
Rbiiidlng. 1: b\ Steen, I; by Kubier. 1; by
Uaakelte, 1. Hit by pltchor -By Kahler,1.
Balk?Hughes. wild pitch?Baaken?. Time
of game, 3:12. empires. Connolly nnd Hart.
Al Anderson: Anderson. 4; Ohnrlolti
s. (fulled in oiirhth Inning;, darkness,)
At Greensboro: Greensboro-Winston
Salem, ruin.
At Snnrtanbuftr; Sparlanburg, 2
Greenville, 3.
There is an Inspiration? to Thought in its gentle
Stimulation the mprc delightful because free from
ction. Do not hist call foi' whiskey?INSIST ON
Honest Old Quaker
R. L.Chrr&tian &Co., .Distributors Richmond, Va
In This Feature No Horse Show
in State Makes Better
I Special to The Times-D'spotch.]
Uppcrvlllu, .a., June 11?By tu
o'clock hu tnis. the second day of tiia
UpporvlHc Horse Show, utmost ijvory
uvailablu place on Hiu historic uld
grounds was OCCUplUU. This w.-rt
heavy draft ?a>. und In tWs feature
tin show in the State makes a bettor
exhibit. An orchestra from Washing?
ton furnished music fur the occasion.
I'rlrr I.Int.
Heavy draft inure and tuals?First,
Willie Fletcher; second, C B. Norman;
third. J. T. Ml ley.
Ilcuvy draft yearlings?First, Kppa
Norman; second, Fairfax tiarrlson;
I third, J. S. Urnnian,
j Heavy draft two-years?First, C. I.'.
I Norman; second, <;. II. Stator; .ihm.
Glenwood Stables.
Heavy tlraft, three-yoar-olds?First.
Joshua Fletcher; second, l'hfl \ an
I Slcler; third. Joshua Fletcher.
Heavy draft. fotir-ycur-oids unt
ovei hirst. J. 1. Mllcy; second. U. I.
? Hustle) ; third, I. Ilitstloy.
Fanners' general Utility horses?
First, Maud. M. <;. Richardson; sec?
ond. Mella. It. C. Hall, third. Chester,
; l>. 1". DeUutts.
Heavy draft pairs, live years old
and over- First, ?! I llastle?; second,
(J. n. statnr; third, <;. i. Hustley.
Heavy draft stallions?First. Wln
ona, J. T. Ilamcy; second, Raaoo,
Turner Ituss; third. Turner Ross.
Ribbon, four-horse tennis. heavy
draft?First, Willie Fletcher; second.
<;. H. Stator; third. Joshua Fletcher.
Mures suitable to produce hunters:?
. No entries.
i Ladles' hunters?FlrflT, Katy Did,
I Miss Helen Buchanan.
Light Weight hunters?First. Porte,
W. F. Wilbur, second, Glenwood,
Lelghton Stables; third, Aqullla, W.
F. Wilbur.
Park saddle, any age, over llfteen
hands?First, Juvenile, Rowles Hros.;
second, Haid F.ngle. Rryce Hulley;
third. Mayfleld, It, S. Humphrey.
Middle and heavy weight hunters?
First, Silver Tip. 15. I. Redmon; sec?
ond. Trademark. Julian Keith; third.
Dr. Jonua, Kppa Payne.
Ribbon lumpers, open to all?Flrnt.
Aqullla, W. K. Wilbur: secon-l. Ronald;
Kppa Payne, third, Peaceful Henry,
Lclghton Stables.
Fauquler mid l.oudoun hunters ?
Colonel P. II Dulancy, memorial cup
?First. S.tnper Felix, D. F. DcButts;
second. Aqullla, W. F. Wilbur, third,
r. .1 ones. 15, Payne.
Amateur* Form Clnss ??!)'? I.enRTue.
The West End League, a class ?,D"
organisation, win play u? nrst sched?
uled games to-day. The opposing
t'-aniH xv ill play as follows. St. An?
drew's vs. Tigers, at Ct Andrews
Park, ntnl Laurels vs. Pirates. at
Richmond Academy Park. This league
was formed during the earlv part of
this weck. H. II. Wallis was elected
I president, and J. Franklin Seay, sec?
retary and treasurer. This league Is
I well organised, and should have a
; tnoFt successful season.
BarhamavBle Ulna.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Barhamavlllr, Vn., June 14.?Toano
wai again put under the yoke by
Barhamsvllle, when they defeated them
to the tune uf 13 to 6 yesterday. Mar?
tin was humiliated by the sluggers
and forced to retire. N. Jennings
succeeded him ?ii the mound. and
managed to give Barhamsvlllo two
more scores.
Umpire Powell failed to see n piny
at first that retired the third man
for T'oino In the ninth. Ho ruled that
the runner go back and restune his
hatting position, but he refused to
move from the base, and consequently
the game was called off In favor of
tl..- Barhamsvllle boys.
Score by Innings: It.
Barhamsvlllo . 000201064?13
Toano . 0 3 0 01 2 0 0 0? 6
Batteries: BarhnmsvllleGodcUn und
Co at re 11. Toano?Martin. JetinliiKs
ami Meanley.
Summary: Hits off Goddin, 7; off
Martin, IC; ?ff Jennings. 3.
Gnlseper Defeated.
ISpecial 11, The Ttmea-Dispatcia.]
I Culpeper, Va., June 14.?The Y M.
C. A. s.i.s.i.all .in'. of Charlotresvllle
defeated t iir- Culpoper club on the tat?
ter's grounds to-day by the ?<v?re of
8 to i. Batterie*: for ChairlottrteaWlle,
Martin and Anderson; ('ulpcjier, Betty.
I Burton and Brown. A large crowd wan
i in at tendance, and the feature of the
! ?.'in... was tho pitching of .Martin, of
the- V. M. C. A.
At Jersey City: Jersey City, 2; Baltl
niore, ifi.
At Montreal: Montreal, f.; Buffalo. 0.
At Newark: Newark. -: 1'rovidence. "
At Toronto: Toronto. I; Bochcster. 4.
At Atlanta: Atlanta, 2: MemphlP. 1
(first gamb). Second game postponed,
At New Orleans: New Orleans, 0; Mo?
bile, 4.
At. Chattanooga: Chattanooga, 1;
Nashville, 2.
At Birmingham: Birmingham, 3;
Montgomery, 8 (first game). Birming?
ham, (.; Montgomery, 2 (second game.).
At Indianapolis: Indianapolis-Minne?
apolis, rain.
At l/oulavlllc: l.oulsvlllc-81. Paul, wet
grounds. .
At Toledo: Toledo-Kansas city, called
end third, ruin. Toledo, i: Kansas City,
At Columbus: Columbus, 7, Mllwau-l
kee. 3.
Virginia League
(All games postponed| rain.)
Club. Won. Lost. P.C. Yror
Petersburg ... 30 l.t .??7 .4?n
Honuoke . :to IK .02r> .SOS
Richmond .. 2K tn .R7K ,r,::r,
Portsmouth . . 2it to .fi-lH ....
Norfolk .2-t 21 .tKM .705
Newport Jfetre, 20 22 .470 ....
Minefield . 10 :i 1 ,:ttn .3150
l.yncbbiirg . . . tO S4 .227 .372
whrrr they PI.ay to-dAy.
Portsmouth n| Itlebnioml
PeterxbUTK nt Norfolk.
Ilonnoke nt Newport Xevrs.
Minefield at I.ynehtvurg.
(2 h almers
Gordon Motor Company
Amateur Games To-Day
Until.- Air v?. Aahland. at Ohrtat
Church Park, ruiplres, OToole nnd
t.'lllll'KlnilM VM. I.ril.n. nt 11 .1 r < t
Park. I utplrea, Mescoe and Hnd
Southern Ii.-II vn. Athletic*, at
Richmond College, empires. French
Hllll llll'kH.
Woodnli A Uuurlc? va. Tylera. at
I>.vrd l'nrk. I'mplre, Rottoma.
WrlKlit? va. Hurt.>ii llplichtn. nt
llnrtou IldKbtS. tinplre, Davis.
Coca Cola rhrnlnR Cum va.
Knhn?. at Athletic Park. I'mplre,
Cherry Snuinh Jacobs A Levy, at
Ujrd I'urk.
Murk A' To. va. HUleldrra, at
Sprints DIU Park.
Amrrlcnu ("lotlilna; Co. va. Inrpe
rloln, m l'ulrmount l'nrk.
Cuba vs. Hustlers, at Hurtle Park.
linrplfK VS. Clont*, at East End
Rnmblrra va. Hlpihlanders at Mi ni
SI. tiMln-v.', va. Tigers, at St. An
draw's I'urk.
Lniirrl? va. Plratca, at Richmond
Acadrniy Park.
Korhea va. Kliman, at Seminary
Swift vn. National, at D arten
IL-lBlK? Park.
All Emme? begin at 4i!W> P. M.
At Columbia: Columbia. 0; Jackson-*
Mile. 2. I
At Macon: Macon. II; Columbus, 1.
At Albany: Albany, 4; savannah. 0.
$14.85 SUIT SALE
Dooata Richmond.
U. S. League
June 13. 14, IS,
4:SO P. M.
Admission. 26c
Lad 1<ss Free.
Grandstar.d. 25c
Boys and Colored People ?#c
?e* a baJl club backed by
100 Loading; Business aSen.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday,
JITSK 13. 14 AXD 15. t]
Game called 4:30 P. M.
Admlanlon. 23c. Grandstand. ISe.
Sunday School Union
14th Annual Basket Picnic,
Buckroe Beach
June 20th.
Trains leave Main Street Station 7:30^
A. M. promptly. Returning, leave Huck'?!
roe Beach 6:30 P. M.
Adults, $1.00; children between S and?
\2 years old, 50c; nurses, SOc.
Three Day Excursion
Natural Bridge and
Luray Caverns,
Jnne ?*, tt>, 20.,
Benefit St. Mark's Episcopal Churcn*
$16.00 round trip, Including railroads
ifares, howl accommodations, carriage!
transfers end entrance to (bridge. aot$!
caverns. 7
Train leaves JLaln Street Station,
Tu es ilny, June 18, Onto A. M. '
For further Information, apply
210? West Main Street.
Y, M. C. A. Moonlight
June 29th.

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