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In the Wake of the Game
By Gus Malbert ?t Jyoii Castro's catapulting cntnn ;Waulted Into Ilrsl placu ycsterd hurdling tho Chumps and sending them posthaste along the celnr rottto. Kott jinkv wan given n most elegant lam? basting by tin; despised Tars, t" 'Pirates, to which naun they aohlcvud after Major Charles T. Ulund ussunted ? control, .lolling the plebeian Truck I 'are now snugly In the coVeted .-i"'t. ltlchmond ?a> the other winner, ting a belated start and tlnall> crossing the ?Ire a nose 10 the p..I afti : 1'rank Burke had laerd the leUthel - youd the counties of the lot, a? a result of the recent bnckw'urd flight of the Goobers, Heliili Bn;*t been sending out hurrj culls - lefevi he thought they would do the most Kood. .i.i.k Anthony, who wus ponded some weeks ?<?'? 1 becausi Wired for. Itccelviiig no reply. Husch i ailed him over long distance tele? phone, and last night, .!?' I;, receiving i ;? 1 !>-: t .:. Is r. I r, ISed to pay him off and refused als . t the Adler incident. Hrltlln did not want to get rid of the play, ] n. staled that he eonsldi red him ohc of the b< si Wen In- had pieltcd up Hut there w .' - n question of bonus money to be paid il ?? player when he signed a contra t. and so Adler was let out. The Hume ipericd In thC case c.f McAleese. Nearly jhe same th hg happened with Brill t'.t-t.r. now playing centre, nnd playing it well. Carter came to I: ., inond .md sta fled t" ? ? brntc 11 I he t: ith must be told, hi* ??? III ink The report got bqek to the ears of the Owners, and Carter came very near being let out before hi was given ri trial, It was only the firm stiiiid Of (ii Ifflii Which kepi liltn here. T.alph Maltis was another ,,f th.? locals win. h it without the pleasatit ?st fellngs towards the management and the owto r.-. His trouble came fruit h liter's bill, wlilcli, it is said the owners refused to pit> lie got liuffed refuse-i to piny nid was Suspended; finally landing in Newport News, whor; he hits hen playing good baseball. hitting consistently and occupying ih< clean-up job In the line-up. None oi these tilings has helped the club ii win ball gnhies. Too many change: have been made nnd too many kick; been registered bj tlic players. Still the season is just half over There are sixty-one more uames t. be played and tho ''??Us are l .st llyi and one-halt games behind the lenders If Griffin has llnally got his club tin way he wants it he bus pretty iiwtrl! nn eVch breitk t" cop. Ills pitchihi staff Is good, th. clui- is hitting am lb idlng well and the men are runnlni KB f other advantage which Grlllin has n.v ? possible exception oi Portsmouth i: i ? Ii Ol ? ? . ? bttrg ttventy-tiln^fit- tiojhe and thri;. two aw ay SVi * y?l;- twenty-six a* breakneck pace, but ml headed by the than h?ll Its grames at h'>mo has the . t .?: the argument. Therein must ; t liopcS "I both Portsmouth and Richmond. Not folk comes here to da> Idi 11 series and the Tars ure go? ing vastly better these days. It should ? n?. Ihtefestlng series, for on It win depend whether Richmond remains ix In r? She now is or goes down to tilth place, .lust one game need bo taken Ii4)tn the Tars to remain In fourth place, and it s almost .1 cinch that the Colts will ?1?. that well. Richmond h is fourteen mot.- ?-: lines with Portsmouth, eight ??: which will be played her< . Ilfteeti With Norfolk; Including the pre.-, ut series, fditr of which are to lie played In Norfolk: eleven wltji Itoanoke, . igM ot which ttru heie; ten with Newport N< ws. and Uritn with Petersburg tinkles the Colts most o~ i.ls own dtatnond, getting sin of t;,.- games Bteven mote will be plAyed With Petersburg. six In Goobetsvlllc ..nd live here. Altogether tli., schedule for the rem ?Inder of the ? Connie Mack is lottbtleSs bewailing the fate which caused him to lose t,> the While Sox while St. Louis was winning from Boston. And that Wash Ington Cr(>wd of youngsters jumped from behind a seven-run bad and won 0 or Mr ITTHREESTRAiGHT Tars Have No Trouble Taking Last of Series From Roanokc. (Special t<> The Tlthi q-plspateh.] orlolk, va , .I uly 10.?Norfolk made dree straight from Roah?ke to-day. Incidentally "Doc-;1 Gordon scored Si < Mtai ylctorjV ill the present a :?:> visitors worn never in danger of nii_..; the game, and at all stages don was master of the situation. lordon, p. Totals .. Norfolk. AH. P.. It hie. lb. I) 1 0 uriioy. ri. t a i Hers, if. 4 0 1 fionndkc, AR. R. II. O. ssley, 3b. 5 1 3 1 11 cf. ?"? 0 Q 0 land, if. 1 0 ? ?bis 2b. S 0 0 1 viri, il>. 1 ft 1 10 Totals. .:!??, 1! 7 24 12 3 I ore by Innings; R. j RonnqKe.ft 1 or. ni 00 1??. Norfolk. 1 3 5 0 0 1 5 0 x?7 ! Summary; Two hits?Prossloy, .;. Three base hitn Gnrv|n, lllnton, Burlo sun. Home run ? Kirchen Stolen bases -Rlgbie. Klotlrtioy. Double play?? Keller, lllnton Btirhlc Sacrifice lilts Newton; Dodge Rases oh balls?oft Gordon ;. l.eft on bases?Itoanoke. '.i; Norfolk. 3, lilt by pitched balls?Rur. IcSon, 1 (Rlgblei; by Gordon, 1 (Hol? land), struck out? by Burleson, 6; by i Gordon, 5, Wild pitch?Burleson, 1.1 Time of gniltci, 1:1". I'mpire. Mace. Attendance, 1,200, N'nrfnw Rscanr I'm 111 Death, [spt .-I il toThe Tlmes-Dtspatch.j Bristol, V.l.. .Inly in Charles Davis. Bristol viiii!,:. man. had a narrow cape from derttli to-night when he me in contact with a live wire Ising the wire to shield 11 younger other, the flesh was roasted to the he .ill he feil unconscious. It was ivpral nilTiiit.-s before his grlo could ' released from the wire. His con tton i;: critical, but he has a chance SOUTHERN LEAGUE ta: Atlanta- Birmingham, nooga: Chattanooga. .'?: le: Nashville-New Orleans, grimes scheduled. AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION \l Ml wa ikei Milwaukee, 0; Louis lie', 7 (llrst gaine), Milwaukee; 7: v lie, -' 1 Set On 1 triune). At Minneapolis Minneapolls, 1; Co At St Paul; st Pa d. . Toledo. S At Kansas City: Kansas City, 4; Inf 11 polls) i ?:;::.? game). Kansas .City* APPALACHIAN LEAGUE Bristol, .'? Morriston. 3, ? ,t\: Johnson City, ": (first g 1 me). Johnson : (second came). ? ? v le. :? Clovt 1 .1.-1. Aslieyllle, 7; Cl? voland, GIANTS TAMED BY LEW RICHIE NTo1 One of McGraw's Men Get; as Far as Second Base. YIELDS ONLY FOUR HITS Three Pitchers Work for Nfcw York, but Fail to Hold Chicago. Chicago, July 10 -Low Riehl* hail the (Slants tamed In ilia third name of the cries. Slid the Cub* won 3 to 0. Not a single member ol McGraw .- crew reached end base. Sixteen Giants opposed Richie; d the ?ntlr<. combination succeeded in tatslng only lour bits. The Cubs made !r ihn? lailk* In the (ecohd Innlntc, und mentally retired Ante?. I.eacti walked l Mel., and Scored from second on a d pitch. With the sacks htletl. Sheckurd Wilson und ?roh retired from the same ? .New York. t'lllt'IIK?. All It o A i: Ail H O A K ? ? ? mis, e.. 1 V - o OSaliir, lb... i 1 k e 0 ? ;u:n.<. it... e o o 0 o vines, p ... a o o o o Orrau, n. .' 0 a ?> o 'randall. p 0 0 0 e 0 Devore ... l o o o o -Totals Totals ...?? 4 :i 10 1 'Batted for Tesresu In seven tLefl held, shortstop .-? ..: ? by Innings York .0 0 rimaryi Runs?Leach; Fa I er. Ever*. on baaea-?New York. *?. ChlcSgo, S. ?ott Ames, ?' in '? Innings; off Tea . ! In 8 .-it innings; oft Crdndall, l In tins Tfo base hit?Shockard. Sacrifice Ziblx rntan. Archer .stolen bases iltt Leach. Faer Double plays?Her !.. M.rk'.r: Tinker tn EvetS to Sui?r; her ? ? ll. riot: Kvra to Tinkr to Bvcrs; s ..n I.alls?oh Ames. 3; off Tesreati, S. I pitch?Ames. Umpires, Klent and URKE'S DRIVE EE i Hits for Home Run, Scoring Griffin?Bussey and Bruck millcr Both Get Bumped. Virginia League It KS I LTS ^ USTHnil V \. Portsmouth, i*. Petersburg, Norfolk. -: ItonnoUe, Vewporl Ni'n?, fit Richmond, STANDING OK TIIK CI.I n* < lulis. Pnrtsmout n Itoauoke ? Petersburg Itlelitnond . Norfolk Vewpiirl N. ??. no .ina ,r?o" tu .?pj:i ro-b \\ ii i it i: l Ii i ^ PI,AI orfolk in Itlcbmond. :il Porlsinoitt h. i pol l ? link I'ele rsbll r". Ill \l [Special to The Tlmes-D'spatch.] Newport News. Va , July 10.? Frank ' Burke'a homo-run drive over the left Held fence, his second In as many days, enabled the Richmond Colts to take the final gam.- Of the series from the Ship-Builders this afternoon. 7 to i>. \ Steve Grlft'ln scored ahead of Burke,, having secured a pass from his form? r hireling, Bruckmiller, when the ! latter was trying; to strike out the! "Foxy" old party. And Bruckmiller i pulled another bone after Walking! Griflln tiiut cost him his game. He I was breezing along with a two-run j bad, with victory apparently clinched ; in the eighth. He walk.-d Griflln as a : ?Harter and then, after getting two strik.s on Burk.-, tried to slip a third! over, when the hefty outfielder wasn't looking. Burke si a mined It over the ! f< hec a mile, i Hurvey Bussey was selected by Man- ; i agi i GrlfHn to lllng for the t'olts, and i ? Idei being wild, Harvey was ham-; mered some hard, the locals collecting two doubles; a triple and seven sin- \ ul'-.-. After they s.nt one run to the' ? ?.1 in the eighth. * (.irifliln yanked ! Hti ? and Ay res llnlshed tho game In line style, allowing hoi a single hit. : Briickmlller made way for Walsh in th.- eighth, and Henry Miller llnlshed the game, He was hit fdr two raps., which; with a wild pitch and Batcs's ' err^or, ghve th. Colts one more for good measure. The catching of l/?ke f.--.it>;re-i the ginne. The score.i Newport Xewn, AB., b. ii. o. a r: BaH.s 3 b. I n i i j | ? Hooker, cf. ?) 2 i x o n Maltis. If. ;; ii 1 ,-? ft , W iveri. ib. rjor, lb, ?ans. lb. t 1 a Hruckmiller, Willah* ... Miller, p.-ji. a o o n 3 0 ii o rotate ?Butted Bruckrnlllci l ft dghl ii AU R, If. O. A E. lirlltin, 2b. 3 Burke, rf. E Raley, n.. k Tennant, If. s Mace, c. 2 I Baker, sa. :i ! Bussey, p. s I Ml by Inning) lt. ?I News .c o f, i i o i o o? ?lid .0 'hi 2 o a 1 3 1?" nui y Stole,, buses < ii Iflln, Sacrifice hits . Hlchberger, Graff. M.ce. Sacrifice fiv? i a ?? l u ? ii Hi- Hooker, Wolfe Tlin --base Ml --Wolfe | (,.?,. in Hoik.- Double piiiy? Wolfe to t?? in Mllli r in Slav, n Griffin to tali'! Rtirke to GrllTlii. Struck out? 111 lb knilller, .V by Hussey. i; by >> ? I ' Bases on balls off Bnu-lt ? Tl off Bussey, .1 lilts?off ? i>' kiiiiii. :. ., In N innings; off Bussey, o In innings. left on bases. New. iort News, S; Richmond, 7 l-'lrst on rrdra Newport New*, l. Richmond, I VUd pitches?Bussey, Miller, Mil bv ? itched ball?Bales, bj Bussey; Graft*, ' Bruckmiller. Umpire, Mr. Orth. i*;me of game. 1:60. esiilts m the Bi ig Leagues AMERICAN LEAGUE Now York, .": Detroit, it. Boston. -'. St. Louis. Philadelphia, .'!; Chicago, 4 Washington; S; Cleveland, 7. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh-Philadelphia, rain. Cincinnati-Brooklyn, ruin; double header to-day. St. Louis-Boston, called In the fourth | Inning, darkness. St. Louis, 1. Hoste 5. Chicago, 3; New York. 0. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. ' Boston . Washington . .. is < Chicago . 4:s | Philadelphia . . |2 Cleveland . 39 i ?etrolt . . st. Louis. 21 New Y..rk. in York. Pittsburgh Cincinnati Phllndulphls St Louis. . . Brooklyn ., Boston .... .600 .592 .000 .611 ..',7;, A3i ,600 .:.?'.s .:::ui ,243 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY at Philadelphia. I Louis at Boati ? Detroit at New York. 1 Cleveland . i Washington. ?ton at St. D?UlS. New Yo! k at Chicago Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, Brooklyn at Cincinnati. CLASSIC OF OLYMPIC G AMES WON BY BRITON BUT U. S. STILL LEADS Jackson, cf England, by Magnificent Nerve Breasts Tape Ahead of AH Contenders in 1,5(30 Metre Race?Americans Still Lead J he ugh Surpremacy in Field Sports Is Being Hotly Contested. Sc >re 13 Out of 36 Points. stc-kholm. July 10.?The finals In six events wore completed al th< otymf pic to-.lav and of the thlrty-stx points, iio- united States scored 13, Brtgland B, Germany ti, Canada .., Australia Finland and France The United States and Germany had Hi- honor of making a dletxn Bweop In the weight putting and 200 ni< Ires i swimming backstroke, respectively England won the greatest race ol tie I Olyiiiph so far?the l.:. metres run; i'i which the Oxbhlun Jackson, broke, the record by more thnti six seconds. I Kinland won the "... metres In a ? splendid struggle against prance, while j the Canadian. Hiiduso: brought glorv to the Dominion by his victory In the 1,500 metres swlmmtnir contest, in ; which he hung up thre. records I Perhaps never before have there been two such contests as the 5,000 metre , and l.r.o i metre runs on the same day. | in the latter It was it gruelling con test from start to finish. Abel It. Klvlni and Norman S Tal i, the Amer? ican representatives, came into the stretch together. Jackson all the way around the last lap won! at a terrltlc pare passing four men In order to got Up with the leaders. With Kivlat slightly in advance, v n yards from the tap.- Jackson fairly leaped ahead and f. 11 exhausted into the arma of his friends So close was the race for sec? ond place between Klvlnt and Tab. r. the Judges reserved tin Ir decision until photograph of the finish was de? veloped before announcing the second :md third men. Tn o-Mnn It nee, The r..r>0> metres contest was prac? tically a two-man race between th Finn, Kolehmaincn, and the French? man Bouin. They finished 1 fifi yards ahead of ttu'tsbri. of England, who beat out George V Bnnhnir. Irish-American A C by a foot for third KoUhmnir.cn won first by n bare yard; There is no deriving that the American family party lodging aboard the good ship Finland nrc t|lSappolhted to-night. The optimistic expectations of the Ameri? cans suffered two hard reverses This f'lvmpic is proving that Great Britain and the United States must waive their traditional mono; ?ly of Held sports, since other nationalities have set them? selves Seriously to demonstrate that they are possessed of as much muscle and endurance as the pioneers In field athletics, and that the onlv difference Is that they came Into the game later. The two calamities under considera? tion, so far :<s the Americans are con corned, befell ir. ihc matter of distance runnlnir, nnd serim?id to demonstrate whitt British Sportsmen have always contended, that however unconquerable Americans may be in Performances re ? lUiring quickness, they nre apt to met ?' K MIX'S" DAILY SPECIAL. Silk Shirts Reduced to $2.50 With French ruffs and separate collars to match; Rajah, Japa? nese and other Wash Silks; broken sizes. Kahn's of Richmond, No. 713 i . Broad St. Seashore Trips who knows the dlfft rent dJllefl will own a '/,?/,, Jones Motor 'SgStos- car Co. Allen Avenue und Broad Street^ tk.tr superiors when It come* to tho lest o( endurance. With bticli men as Kiviat, Jones. Sheppard and Taber in tl'e l.iOO metro event, Americans had every reason to be hopeful, but the oxford rcpres? nfa- I live Jackson; who comes of u famous | uthletic family, although he docs hot look the part, [.roved to have the riiiceS- I sarj st?Vltness of heart and speed to | carry hi hi past a flytng ti< Id and win j tue luce for Knglaiid. ills achieve- ! incut will be well remembered as long . .? foot racing Is laked about. The met ting shows mat the veterans must j be reconciled to the younger men tak? ing their places. Sheppard, who ut Loirdon was king 01 tht truck, found I that tlie youths were his betters in ! the fifteen hundred. tlcllouuld lle?? with Wclabts. Ralph Hose, a former Olympic win- j tier and record holder, had to t.ik. second place to P. J. McDonald at putting tho shot (best hand), in which! the winner established a new record 1 of approximately fifty feet four Inches. | At that RoSe also beat the old record with a put of a fraction over fifty feet. Everything considered the United three records. He covered l.OOi) : American Hags went up again for the sh.>t-pui. Might of the elevens who qualified for the final test in the pole vault uro Americans and the two round of trials in the 200-metre sprint gave the United Stales four of the six men 111 the tinal competition. In the evening the Hawaiian Kahn- 1 nainoku easily outswam tiic world, in? cidentally Lieutenant Patton, tho only j American ulllcer of the forty-two con? testants in the modern pentathlon, out? pointed the champion of the French army at fencing, and the Frenchman I is reputed to be the best in the world at tills diversion. Patton probably will be among tho tlrst half-dozen when] the tlnal score Is made up. The tinal heat of the 100 metres swim wa? won by the Hawaiian "Duke" Kahanamoku. llealy, of Australia, was second, and Kenneth Huszugh, Chicago A. A., third. Time 1 minute 3 n-;. See? ons. Tills Is one second slower than the world's record established by lvahanarhoku in lus previous heats. Bruiting, (Jermany; Longwortli, Aus? tralia, anil Ramme, Germany, also comp. te l. Hodgson II renk* Three Itccord?. George it Hodgson, the star Cana? dian swimmer, captured the linal of the 1,500 mctr.-s swimming, ft. style. .1. K. llatltcld, Of England, was second, and Ilurdwick, of England, third. In I winning this event Hodgson broke! three rccordsll. fie covered 1,000 1 metres In H minutes ::7 seconds, and; the 1,500 metres in 'J2 minutes flat. Tills beats Taylor's Olympic record I made lu London In 1908 by 2 minutes 1 and n:; seconds. Hodgson continued, completing the mile lu 2?. minutes I :;il-ll seconds. The Germans, Bathe, Lietzow and Malisch wert tirst. sei - ond and third in the tlnal of t... metres swim, breast stroke. Both covered the course In :t minutes 1 t-j seconds. The only American ofllcer In the modern penthatlon la Lieutenant Geo. 1". Patton. Jr. He dl fe.ii<-i the chahl plon of the French army, Lieutenant .Mas de Du. Tree at fencing to-day. The Frenchman; who is one of the best] f< I.<ers In the world, won the tirst ami j second points. Lieutenant Patton won the next three, the last being closely I < obtested. I'orty-two officers started in the! competition, and twenty-seven remain I to-mght. the otl-.eis lelng elimln.tt.d. 1 There are twelve Swoeds anel three British oitlcors among these left. The' '? ?-;r lasted two days. Lieutenant ! Patton met twenty-nine men and de- i rented twenty-three of them. He scored | sixth In the swimming event against twenty-nine competitors, and twentii tii In the shooting against forty-two com? petitors. Celebrate Golden Wedding. Louisa, Va.. July 10.?Captain and Mrs. F. B. Winston celebrated their golden wedding yesterday ?fternoon at their home. "Behgholl," near here. They received their friends and rela? tives seated oh the porch. About 200 ? ailed during the receiving hours from j ?1 to fi to offer congratulations und .'.?od wished. ices an'I punch w.-rn served on the lawn. Much Interest wns expressed on the interesting occa? sion as Captain and Mrs, Winston have lived their long life In this commu? nity anel have a large family connec? tion, and many friends here. Among those who came from a distance to be present were Tom Winston, Mrs. Ernest Boiling. Mrs. John Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Owathmey, Edward Gwathmey, of Richmond; Mrs. Wood, of Charlottesvllle; Mrs. William Pen dlcton, of Penelloton's Station; Frank T. West and pnrty, of Green Springs. ROBBERY REPORTS summer Thieves Get Busy, According to Reports to Police, jy-.c following robbery reports wore made to the police yesterday, but up to a late hour last night no arrests had ben made: T. E Climber, "12 Louisiana Street, reported that Iiis home had been en? tered and that po.-kothook containing $15 and two gold Chains had been stolen. The rooms of Miss P D. Warwick, Hanover Apartments, wort entered and a valuable, ring taken. A bicycle was stol.11 from II. H. Spears. llS'tr, West .Marshall Street. D. II. Flippen and Charles Browne reported clothes stolen. W Baldaccl reported his house en? tered by s negro, but did not state that anything was lost. RED SOX WHIPPED BY LOWLY BROWNS >ur Pitchers Used by League Leaders in Effort to Win. POWELL TWIRLS GOOD GAME Washington Takes Another From Cleveland Naps?Errors Benefit Tieers. lloMnn. July 10.?The Rid Sox went down to defeat Ix tore the lowly Brown* thl?- af? ternoon by a s> ore of ? to 2. Ui-dlint. Pape, Collins und Smith pltehed for the loeai?. und they were nil hit hard Powell twirled good Kama of ball for tho winners, Tliu freer,': St. Lottie. Boston. All II H A B AB II O A K Shotten. cf 8 8 0 a Hooper, rf .'. I' ll 0 ii Jahtzen. rf 5 2 & o oYcrkea. :b. 4 o l so Stovall, lb. & 3 3 0 1 Speaker ef 3 -111 Pratt. <??.. 4 0 3 ^ 2 Lewis. If.. 3 0 3 0 0 ha port, Jb. 4 4 2 OOnrd'r, 3b. t u 2 o o Austin. 3b fe 3 3 1 L?tuhl. Ib.. 1,1 9 : 0 0 Alton, if... 4 13 0 OWuaner, ss i l 3 - o Stephens, . t I 3 l ocady, c... 4 o 7 I o Powell, p i -' o e un.'.ll.nt. pO 0 0 a 4 Pape, p... I i o 3 0 Collins, p. l 0 0 u o ?Benrlks'n i o ft o o (Smith, p.. 0 ? . Eng!? .... 1 0 0 0 u Totals ...41 IS 27 7 4 Totals ..34 1 27 10 1 ?Halted for Collins In sixth. (Batted for Smith In Ninth. Score by Innings. R St. Louis .3 0 0 1 t 3 0 0 I-'.' I Boston .1 0 0 0 0 1 O e n-1 : Summary: Runs?Bhntten, Jnntzen <:>.< Stovall (3>. I.aporte <2>, Powell. Speaker. Wagner. Two base hits?Speaker. Austin. S(ovai), WjKnT. Three base hits? I.aporte. Pow< I, Stovall. Home run?Jantseii; stolen bases ? Speaker. I.aporte. H'ts ?off Bedient. I 6 In 1 Inning: off Pnpe. 3 In 2 Innines; off I Collins. 6 In 1 1-3 Innings. Bai'? on balls?, off Pape. 1; off Collins. Ij off Powell. 3. Struck out-by Tape. !; by ColllflS, li by Smith. Ii by Powell. 1, Sarilf.'e hits? ! Lewis, Pratt Double plays?Pratt to La-I porte to Stovall >'.?? t'rr.plres. P!nr?n and j S ri< rldan. FIRST INNING DECIDES GAME New York, July 10? The Tigf-re. throuirh errors und several hits, practically decided to-day's K?me In the first Inning Five ? irci" oy the Yanftees. three o' them by Sweeney, pave the visitors six runs Iti that Inning}. They made ftVe more runs In the eighth and ninth Innings, but they were not necessary. The e'er. : Detroit. New York, AB It O A B AB 11 O A B Vitt. .Tb.... f. 2 1 2 0 Daniela. If I 3 2 0 1 Hush ss ... 6 13 7 1 Malo'y. cf 4 0 6 0 1 ,bn, cf.... f, 3 0 0 OSterrctt lb f. 1 E 0 0 CrawTd, rf 6 3 0 0 OZInn. rf... 4 0 1 ? d Jones; if... 6 2 2 0 OHlm'na, .'b 4 2 l o o MOH'ty, lb 4 1 13 o o Hart-'.:, Ib!< 1 1: 0 ( Louden. 3b. 3 0 t t 0 Dnivd. ss.. 3 2 3 1 2 '.'?'tat,air-, c. 4 2 .1 0 oSweeny. c. 3 e " 13 I Dubur, ?... 6 1 0 4 0 Street, C. 0 0 8 0 0 Ford, p.... 3 n ? 3 f I'Wolv'ten- 1 0 0 0 C iChase .... 1 0 0 0 r Totals ...41 15 27 15 ! Tolas .iti 9 27 3 ?Hutted for Sweeney In eighth. 'Hatted for Kord In ninth. Score by Inning?: R Detroit .4 0000003 2?1 New York .1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0? Summary: Runs?Vitt, CoWb (.'?. Craw, f?rd U), Jon?-.. Morlarty, Louden (-?. Stan at.-.. Dubuc. StSrretl, Simmons. Ford. Tw - .-.its?Vitt. Simmon-. Dubuc, Crawford . ? base hit?Jone?. Sacrifice files?btan at:>-. Morlarty. Stolen bur. s-Moriarty. I-ou den. Liouule play?Dubuc. Hindi ami Mo rlarty. Left on bases?New York. 10; I It trolt, 7. First base on el rois? Detroit, f Struck out?by Kord. C; by Dubue, 3. !i..? on balls-off Kot.I. 2; off Dubuc, I. Hit b Plicher-by Dubuc (Maloney). Wild pit'. ?Dubue Umpires, Hart and Connolly. GAME IS SENSATIONAL Washington. July 10.?One of the mist sensational games . v. r played er. the '-? tlonais' grounds was won to-day by tin Senators from the Naps by a acor* of s to I Ti..- Naps knocked Oroom out of the bo III the first Inning, scoring six runs Cash Ion relieved him. and Easterly greeted hi: with n home run. From this Inning oj the Nationals went after the Kaplander and tied the ?rr.ro In the elgtitli. wlnnln In the ninth, when Henry vinv'.' -I. Vaugh bit to the right Held fenee, and Moelle kroeked In the winning run with n t'u throuirh Lajole. The jrore: Washington. < lei eland, AH H O A K AH II 0 A Mobiler, rf 6 2 2 o ftRyan. if... 2 1 Poster, Sbo 4 ;: 3 2 0Olsen, ss.. t 0 !0;j .Mllsn. cf... 6 13 1 OJaeks'n, rf r, 1 e a I7undl1, lb. 3 2 * '.' Ol.aioie, IS. t 0 2 0 Morgan. 2b. 12 2 1 OCrlggs, ib 3 1 S o Shanks. If. 1 0 2 0 0 East'ly, e S 0 ?'? l Walker. If 3 0 1 0 <' Hlr'am. Cf 4 1 ? " Henry, e... 4 2 fi 0 0Turner, 3h ? ft 1 I Groonb p. o a r. o a Raik'te, ;> - l 0 0 Cnshlon, p. 3 o o l 0 Vaughn, pi soon ?Sehaefer . 1 0 0 ft ft Totals .. S9 13 27 12 1 Tntais . 33 P3S 6 ?Halted for Cashlon In the seventh. trine out w-h.-n winning run was I ored .- .-. hv lnnlncs: Washington .1 0 3 0 2 0 ft 1 I Clevelnnd .?hhhmh Sinnniary: Runs?roster (2), Milan. Opni (21; Morisan Henry, Riar.. .Ihrkso :.i Easterly f2ii Turner. Earned ru ? Wa?hlnirton. Si Cleveland, 3, i" rSI on errors?Washington, l: niovnt.-.tid. l Li on bases? Wnshlngton, t3: C'.ecetnnd, l Klrrt base on Iii'.!? ?off Rask'-tte. (; r riroom. 1: off fn--!ii"n. 8: off \'aiii;lin. Innings pltehed -by Oroom, 2-3; by ''ash Ion, < 1-3; by Vaughn, 2. Bits made?off (5room, 8; off Caahleh, 2. Struck out?by .'.ishlon. Home nin?Easterly, ha** hits?Jndnirin, Easterly, Poster. Mor? gan T?n has* hlts--Mori.-an. Fo>ier Sac? rifice fly?Meflride. Stolen bases?Milan (21, Oandll. nouh> plnvf ? Foster to Oahdll; Milan to Poster. lilt by pl:<-h?r--by !1t< ketto rshanks. Henry, M- Bride), w pitch?Cushion. Passed ball- Easterly. Tin 2:lr,. Pmplres. "s.in anil O'Loughlln. SOX TAKE*THE GAME Phliadelphln. July lO.-To-day's run. n? tween the Athletics and White Sox mni-h the same as yesterday's, with th< exception that the latter won. I to 3 Tin .Athletics got sway with a three-run lead In the fourth Inning, onlv to have It ll by the Sox In the seventh. In the nintli the Sox pin the winning run across, rinhe Peters had a bad inning In the fnartli and T.nnse y-it In Be lasted until two were down In the ninth, when Walsh was sent In to pitch one ball to Otdrlns Rig Ed put one stralRht over the plate, nil!,-' (?dring pushed out weakly W:,i?h got 1 to flr't In time to wind up the game. The - Philadelphia. Chlrngo. A Ft 11 ii \ R AH IT O A E H. Lord, rf r. I 1 I Rath. 2h...r, 2 1 1 O'lldrlng. rf 4 1 1 1 H Lord. 3h f, 3 7 1 OE.Col'ns b 3 2 ! 1 I J Cnl'ns, H I 1 T I n Raker. 3h. 3 2 t * Ttodle, rf.. 4 0 0 0 0 ^feI^.n?s lh 2 1 1ft I ^tnttlck. rf 4 ft 1 ft ftStrtink. If. 4 1 4 ( iCnl'han. If 4 ft 4 0 f.n.-irry. *?.. 4 14: 1 Weaver, ss 4 ft 5 2 ftKcan. r ... 3 ft 3 ? Kuhn. c... 8 17 4 O'Lapp . 1 ft ft 1 ! Peters, p... 1 0 ft 2 2 Plank, p. . S 1 ft j ?Zeldrr ... 1 ft 0 ft 0 ICoomhs . 1 1 ft 1 I T.nng. p? 1 0 ft ft ft Wnlsh. p ft ft 0 1 ft Totals ...SB T 17 IS J Totals ..33 11 27 IS I ?n.-itted for P.pan In ninth. tetn.ted for Plank In ninth. Score by Innlncs: Chicago .0 ft ft a ft ft 3 0 1 ? 1 Philadelphia .? 0 ft .* ft ft 0 ft ft-1 Summary: Runs?Rath fS), 11 Lord. Kuhn. E. Collins, Raker. MeTnnes. Hits off Peters, 7 In I Inning?. Two has" lilt? - Melnnes, Strunk. R. T.ord. Thr.^e bar.- hits -Raken II. Lord siolm bases?Rnlh, Baker, .rt.-is.. on balls?off Peter?. 7: off Plank. ."; ,.ff l,ni*P!>. 3 gfrueTe nut?by Plank. 7: Tie Lonee, I t'mplres. Hinn. and Westervett Time. 7 7ft M. n. .ieni.li!? I?. MNnlnsr. Relatives of M. n Jenkins, 1 West Clav SI'-eel. reported to the poll00 ves lerdny that he ha 1 been mlr?t*io from himc since last Raturdey x" -enon was asslrrned for his sudden rturo, ITo Is about twenty-seven years of ase. cMOTOR CARS Gordon Motor Co. FEMALE DEMONS MAKE ASHLAND LOOK LIKE DUBS Rain Lets McIIart's Troubadors Down Light, Game Ending in Tie Score. McHart may now go back to his quiet Ashland home and begin ox plaining to the natives Just why nis most glorious bail club, picked from tho very Mowers of balldom, was un? able to wrest victory from A| P. Glbb's skirted aggregation. Perhaps it will be an easy explanation, for all men know that Mcllurt Is the most chivalrous of men and would ne'er have It said of hllia that he took ad? vantage* of the weaker vessels. \f course, ail of those who Saw the game-?a ball game, it was?may havo formed a different opinion and tiavo come to tho conclusion that the only reason McIIart's towering Ti? tans didn't win was because they couldn't. Still, even though tno fe? male branch of the argument loomed much stronger than was anticipated, of all that large; crowd on hand, not a man, or woman, either, expect? ed to really see a ball game. I'sual experience with ball clubs composed wholly or In part of women has been that they de? veloped cither Into a carnage or a Joke. The one yesterday was neither. Many went out to set a freak show, to watch a lot of women give exhi? bitions of themselves, and they saw those same women make an exhibition of the gallant Ashland hord" Oh. it was a pitiful "Sight to see that Old Hornau, Blanton by name, go ?lown before thu strong and steady wallops Of tho pottycoatcd fraternity. It was awful to watch Gus Bzcklcl pant madly as he galloped across thu green chasing fly balls which ho couldn't quite reach. It was pltyful to behold Mcllurt, the grand old man of tho game, grit his teeth and t x hort his men to never uc bowed un? der the Ignornlnity of meeting defeat at the hands of a lot of s-stcrs. Stay on I ookji, but ? The truth of It ell Is that while tho women?there were tlve of them? were all llred short on looks, they wete extremely long on ball playing "Phool her over." shouted Mjy Hi. I^.-on, tho Hinging artist who start? ed, and then ehe began to uncork h<r choicest Variety of foolers. Lyun Bannister, a dashing brunette, n - I loved May on the slab and made that country crowd stand around like a school boy who has boun caught do? ing something foolish. Then there was Yeula Robinson on tirst N< "? forget Yucla. Blonde j'-^st bordering on obesity, she was the hit of the game. For tlfteen years Yeula has been playing that same ha?e for At Glbbs. She appeared In Richmond twenty ye.us ago as a member of the Chicago Stars and helped win a game lh Island Park. But, reKaidless of her years of service, she is as sp:" ami kittenish as a two-year-old und simply cut up around the bag Yeula played real baseball, and play.d it well, Hal Chase bus nothing on her, and she had the crowd stand? ing on Its eats giving tier the glad hand as time after time she speared something which looked most like a hit or caught a heave with one hand which was headed straight for t he bleachers. Some woman ami somo ball player Is Yeula. May her shadow never grow less and long life to tor. .1 uf/i St. Claire '?fSlsnorle'd in left tleld and ran down a couple of lofts, which might have proved d'^iasiroun for her club had she let them got away. Margtierittee Peifer at second, was the ginger kid. she had end .? n pep to supply every ball cub In tho Virginia League, and what a whip thftt girl has. She can peg with any of them, and she can dig 'em out of the dirt .too Altogether. AI Glons furnished good sport. He didn't bring a bevy of beauty, but io- did bring women who went to work and played baseball. The score" Oh. that's n detail along with the men who tilled In on the team. But it was 7 to 7. rain stopping what looked like a 'victory for tho visitors. See Window Display flmiiGcmrnfo Baseball RICHMOND vs. NORFOLK Game called 4:30 P. M. Admlmtlnu. 25c. Ornndetnnil. ISc. Crcu t?iori? Mountain Excursion Lynchburg, ->2; Roanoke, Si. (iocs July !?', Returns July 22, \ i:? Norfolk and Western Ry. A fast special train, for which round trip tickets t<> Lynchburg Roanoke will he sold ai above low rates, will leave Richmond 12:01 noon Friday. July 1"; ami on the return trip, Monday, July 22, will h ive Roanoke 1:30 P. M., and Lynchburg 3:00 P. M. Stops at Bedford, Montvalc arid Blue Ridge. Through coaches from Richmond without ?hange. Coll at V & VV. Passenger Office, Ninth and Main Streets, for full particulars. C. H. BOSLEY, District Passenger Agent.