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AS BUSSEY WEAKENS Relieves Harvey in Sixth Vv ith None Out and Man on Second, So Nobody Else Scores. Burke Gets Home Run in Third Inning. BY GUS MALBERT. Jackson Jeter Grim may lie a hero in Newport News. Rather Jack Jeter may Have been a hero in Newport News. But J. Jctet no longer wears the heroic mien, nor treads the highways and by? ways with the gladiatorial stride wherewith he was once known to make the world of basebal si*tip and take notice. For, be it known. Jack and his measly Shipbuilding caravan have been ground under foot by the aspiring Colts. Yesterday (IrilTin made it two in a row, nailing"the ccllarites more securely in their uncoveted position. The score read 2 to i. Franklin Baker Burke now wears the toga. It was he and his mighty oak that turned the trick. A rather roily, poly in? dividual who joys in the rather uncommon handle Of Brown; and wiii> i< of the southsidc variety, was Grini's selection for the hurling bee. It was against this c ntirc inoffensive young person that Franklin Burke hurled his ire and ?.'liier things. The result of our Franklin s performance w as a home run when the game stood at zero for each. The one blighting circumstance was thai he trotted around alone. The partlculut bit of work whichf mark liUrkc d hero for now and all tithe io conic occurred In the second Instalment of tin- nine-inning engage? ment nnd gracefully the bather sailed between the two trees which hover on the outside of the ball yard. That oho count kept the Cblta from losing, nnd therefore more honor comes Burke-; trard. Harvey Bussoy was decided upon af-' tcr Grit had watched ho and Strain warm up. Bussoy appeared right, and, a* aJl men know, when the Veteran Is In shape there arc few twIrlerS In; the Virginia League who can take hlal measure. But Harvey belled his up-' pearances. He started off poorly, und while he kept the Invaders from scor-i Ing until tho sixth. It wns more be cause of the masterful d< fense put up by the locals than through his native effectiveness. Everybody was landing with unuFiial force on Harvey s offer? ing, but until the aforementioned sixth, none had been able to land safe? ly nt the right moment, stellar fielding spoiling apparent safe drives. In the sixth! after Elchbbrger' had! scoro<i from a slushing wallop to thei fi :,ee in left, good for two, nnd HooK er's single to the other end of the yard. Steve gave the hoist sign, and Doctor Ayers was called to th< relief of Bus soy. As proof thnt Steve had his fears j as to whether Harvey would last on not. he hnd kept the doctor warmed up all the while. It was FOme tine btist-| il.tss, for tho "oon-ro-ho Washing- i t nlah not only held Newport News' safe for the crest of the. game, but ac tunlly kept them from scoring In thai B>Xth, though Johnny Mace did his best' to help them along by throwing the hail far atleld. Wollte Was up when: Ay res took the reins. He poked to the! pitcher, attempting to sacrifice, tint j Hooker, who was on second, was ? aught at third. Wolffe started to? ri, al, :tt-.d on Mace's execrable peg,! took third. But M/ittts fouled out and' tb.-ie V.. S no more run getting. In th< sev.-nth. eighth and ninth but nine men fact 1 Ayr.s. the side going out In order, and In the ninth ho struck, but Wolffe and Mattls .lust to show I MAKING PLANS FGR BIO GAMES. The secretary of the Amateur Base? ball Commission 1* in communication With the officials of the Washington organization In regards to tho Inter? city Berics which Will bt played early In September between thi amateur champions of Richmond nnd the atntt u ir champions ot Washington, Th, Washington officials are Very aniouH fer the first warne t., be played | on Labor Day?. but the Richmond con t :.rf.-:.t canpot.'?oa thai this win help I matters In any way from the fact that tile Washington American IxtagUO team lr Playing tit home oh that day, and it U safe to say thnt every lover of the | game Will be prngont at this game; and. the rrov.-d that would not see the amateurs play would be a record breaker. I'rac.tlcallv the same condi? tions exist In Richmond on this day, Jind tho best thing that can he di no la to play the first game In Washing? ton on the Saturday following Labor Day. The committee on ir.tercltv s.-ries ft-.,,n R| limond will go to Washingfu next Monday to meet the Washington committee end make a final settlement In regards to the schedule of tho games and other matter* of detail per? taining to tt;e scries In n letter to Secretary Hooper from Secretary Shurtliof, ..f Washington, ho states that there will be eu.lv two cities represented in tile series?Rich? mond and Waahlngioy. I?r Wail's, president of tlie West Kr.d league und chairman of the r?m for the amateurs, has called a mcet^ Big e.f this committed fe.r next Thurs? day nght. > VIRGINIA LEAGUE \ nsTEttl) IV'S U15S1 1 TS. Petersburg, .".i Itoanokr, i. Portsmouth, Norfolk, 1 (t?relvi minies). Klchutond, -: Vetrporl News, l. - r IN IHM. OK THE CM BS. I.i Club. Won. I.oat. P.C. Vi Prtrrslmrg . Mt :tl? .."?SO .J Iii.mi..kr . IUI in .?-.:t nichntond ... R4 40 JV74 ?l Portsmouth ."><> 43 .Mfl .Norfolk . 51 -?.'. .(Uli .: Newport Vre?, n.-. r.T .:t*>n WHERE THEY PI VI TO-DAY. \cll[i|rl \r\?.?* in Itl.'ltltionil. Norfolk nt Portsmouth, Itoanokc ni Petersburg. that he was getting better. t'ndoubt edly Grlflln won the game by an exor? cise of good judgment at the proper moment. Deciding 'tun Scored. The Colts* second and final tally raino as a result of tome severe clouting. Gr I ftln opened the Inning by hitting to his usual spot. In left for a double. Iturke hit to centre, and Grlf. crossed with the run which won the game. Grim was compelled to shift his line-up because of Injuries to ecveral o! his inen, und this may have had something to do with the local victory. He had a catcher on fust and his llrst baseman plaj lug short, all of which certainly did not Improve the looks of his team, j It was a good ball game, played In fair time, though occasionally it looked as if the men woro rather Inclined to loaf. Though but six hits were made off Busscy, they do not by any means i tell the story, for some of the outs I made by the outtleld were grand I catches of the most difficult chances, i of Richmond's six hits, three were I gathered In the fourth and netted a I count, whllo the other was a four s ii ker, good for tho circuit Brown pitched good bail and ordinarily would have won his game Grlftln furnished the real amusement when, in the eighth, his last appearance .luring the game, lie fouled eleven balls before he was I Anally caught by Mat Us, who played for hint close to the left Held foul line. Two fast double plays, one by | the locals, the other by Newport News, helped both pitchers materially, If they did not. In each Instance, save a run. The score: Richmond. AB R. H. O ?\ E. < artrr. of. 3 0 4 2 0 0 '?raff. Sb . 4 0 t f '? 1 GrlfP.tl, ;b. 4 ) j ] ? 0 Burke, rf. < l v i o o Haley, lb. ." o o s o o Tenn.int. if. 1 0 0 .t 10 <. 3 0 1 $ 1 1 McComan, m. 3 o n o l l lluiiaey, p. i o o a : n Ayers, p. 104010 Tota'i .IT 2 ? ?j j 3 Newport New*. AB. R. Hi O. A. E. Ttntef. S!>.a o I ; o A Eli hberser. tt. 4 1 \ ; j o Ifook? r, el. 4 a ; ? r, n Wolfe, Si. 4 o o o :i 9 MattiSi If. 4 0 13 ao ."iirriry. ;b. j n A : f> 0 lanky, lb,. 3 o o 9 l n e. 3 o o j i n Brown, p. 3 0 0 1 o o Totals...si l t :t li a Tli? ni irii by InnlnK?: It. I Richmond . .? h l km' -?; Newport News.0 4 a o o I 0 a o?1 Hunnnarj Two-base hits ?Oriiria. Etch herKtr. Home run-BUrke. Barrlflre hits? ' itti'v Carter; Stolen base*?.Booker and M*< ' Ooubis plays?Graft to Raley; Etch. I borei-r in laisky: Tenrtnnt to Haley. Left ?e. baser?Rlrhinond. : Newport Ne\v?. o. Bit" 1 if? R ? >. G ? i, 3 Ir.nlnes: of Ayers. ? 0 In :i Inning?. PlrAt hut,- 0n ImHs-OIT i Uro? n. -struck nut?By Duisey, 3; by I Brbwn, 3: by .\>:.< Tlnii of same, in?, I L'triplre. MtHride. Honest AS ITS Name i 1 HE QuaKer's bond is his v/ord, the world over. Old QuaKer WhisKey represents tbe same high standard of commercial honor. This means we are faithful in the tiling's unseen. The result is a whisKey of surpassing smoothness, fastidious delicacy and unapproachable purity with a flavor that lingers ?lingers. Experience a new delight. Try today. Honest Old Quaker R. L. Christian & Co., Distribulors Richmond, Va John McGraw's Giants Easily Sinn ( hit 1 lank < )'Day's Bunch. CUBS WHIP THE DODGERS 1'iratcs Shut < hit Boston, Making It Three Straight Vict< tries. .V.? Volk. Angus; 2.?The Wants, with Teirenti i?n Hie hill; easily shut out tlie K-.ds to-day, l to o. The i Hants tiit Benton only hard enough t? bring lipmc the Count? er* In the otnuhei Thi score: ( In, inn.ill .New Yitrk. A D It ? A K AU II OA K Bescher. If s 1 1 0 OS'eraii, If. a t :l n 0 Marians, el i 2 I 0 I) Doyle, sb.. I .' l I o llob'acl, lb t e ? o 0 lltcker, .ill i ? o Mitchell. rf 3 " 0 1 uMerkic. lb I 1 II 6 0 llranl, 31?... 1 0 1 1 t .Muriay, it 3 t - u 0 Kgau. fb.L. toil Ollerzoic. 3b 3 1 -? 4 o M'D'nld. m 3 0 5 J OMycrs. c... S 0 .' 0 0 Clarke, e.. 3 1 6 I OKlet'er, sr. 3 j . . Betitou, p.. 3 ft 0 1 liTisnau, |i 3 0 0 . I) Totals ...31 "? 21 12 l Total? .. .? 7 :T Ii o s. ore bj lunlnif* Cincinnati .0 0 0 o 0 0 0 u u ? Nl iv York.u -Mil 0 (I 0 * I Summary: Ituiln -SnodBrats, Murray.Her tog i-.-i. rwo-butc litt? .-n.ji-i.is?. Heeker, Stelen bnsus?Bescher. FlotcUier, Herzog. MiirMinx. Double plays? Kloichei to Doyle to Merkle: Mitchell to Clarke. U?ft mi bases Cincinnati. ?": New Vork. f, first in-.- en balls nrr Tesreau, .. "it Demon. I Struck .on - My Tesreau, 1; by |teuton. 3. Pasted bull--.?Marke. Time of satn.. i ' Vmpir. t>. Rlglcr and Flnnerah Attendance, f. n>??. HOME RUN DOES IT Brooklyn. August : ?Schulte"! home run in the nrst Inning gave the Cubs a one run margin thnt beat ti.- Dodgers to-day .". 102. Lavender nnd flagon pitched tight ball, rai'h allowing live hits The j scores Brooklyn. ch'rngo. AH II OAF. AH li OAF. Moran, c'f,. 3 ?30 OSheck'd. if t 0 2 0 ? North'n. if I 1 '. 0 1 Schalle, rf 3 1 0 0 o Smith} 3b.. 10 3 1 OTInker, lt. I 1 S I I Da?b'rt. lb: l o o/.im'an. 3b a o 3 -' o Wheat, If.. I 1 5 o 0Leach, cf.. ! 0j 3 0 0 Ciitsh'w, :i, 3 l o '? ORater, lb... 3 MM ? Fiiaher. ss 3 0 0 ." 0 BverS, -b.. litt? Ml?ir. c... list OArcher, e..!J 2 ? : t liagon. p.. .10 12 OLav'der. p 3 0 0 i 0 ?Erwin .... loooo - Totals ...31 S !?> 1 Totals ...:? i 27 IS 2 ?Datted for Fisher In ninth. Score by Innings: R Chicago .IIOMHC o Drooklyn .o ? 0 l o l 0 o .Summary: Runs?Schulte. Leach. Firrs. Duubert, Wheat. Two-ba-e hits?A - Wheat, Tinker. Home run?Schulte. Sac? rifice hlts-saler. Schulte. Leach Stolen base?Daube rt Double plays?Miller to I ill sbnw to Smith; V'lmme.-mnn i unassisted 1: Lavender to Tlnk'r to Baler. Left on bases ?Chlenco, 4; Brooklyn, 5. First base on balls?Off Rngon. 1. ort Lavender. 4. struck out ?By Ragnn, I: by Lavender. 4 Tims of game. 1 40 Fmplres. Owens and Brrnnan. Ati. ndanc?, 1,000, THREE IN A ROW Bostor.. A'icuft 2.?Pittsburgh made three straight over the Hustons to-day. win- ' nlr.g by a arnfe of ,t to 0 Eddy Warner, the i former Br<.-.> i, Co I?r< pitcher, made hil ' debut In this city nnd pit.-bed u good gmae . a? ilnst th. locals, holding them to eight ?cattered hits Gibson got four Single? In at many limes to the piate. Tho score: I Plttsbnrch. Boston. A B II O A F AR H O A F '? Mentor, rf ?. l i n OM'D'ald.ab.l l l so! c.iroy. If;., z .' l n ) Ca'p'allJ r! < ? M t J M'K'hlei JM ! ] B OSwer'y. :b, 3 t 2 2 it W.-icner. s? .". ; 0 4 0 Jnckson. If 4 1 ;. 0 ft Miller, lb.iS 1 14 ft ITIme rf.. 4 2 f, 0 0 ; Wilson, rf. 3 a n 0 ODeriln. tb. 4 1 in l a i iiibsnn. <? . 4 4 s o oo'Ro'ke.ssi o 2 : o! Warner, p 4 0 ft 1 0 Rnrldrn. c 4 1 2 C 0 Dlek?on. p 2 1 ?00 Don>!!y, n 2 0 ? '. o ?Kling _1 n n r, n BrldMI. ss. 1 0 0?? Totals ...? i; :r 17 ? Totals ...S4 S " 13 ?Batte-d for O'Rourke In seventh. Seor.- by Innings: It rittuburgh.0 0 0 0 0 0 5 ? l>-~ Boston.O0nftftft?o p_a Summary: Runs-M.-n,nr. Carey. MeKeeh nie. Two-basi hits?Mensor, Wagner, MMtus. ' Sacrifice hill?McKechnle, Wilson Stolen | basci?Car*} ,;>. Dvii.ie ptay?McDonald to Devlin to McDonald. First buie on ball! ? ??fr Dlckson, 3i off Warner, l strurk out? ? By D!rk?.,>n. 1: by Donnelly, 1; hy Warner. 4 nit by pitcher?McDonald. Umpires, .1 o;-a?tor.,- nnd F.if.m Attendance. : PHILLIES DROP ONE Philadelphia. August 2?Oakei's ?ir.r:e. Wlr.co-? triple and Harmon's sine'.-, bunch ed In the nit.-!., g.ivf St. Louis a 5 to 3 vie- ! tory over the I'hllies The ?e0r,.t ridladelnlilM. si. Louis, ah h o v r. ab iin.tr, Paskerl, '?. t 1 1 ft fl HugMns. 21, 4 1 i I ft I Lobert. nt, i l i ? ft r. NPee, if 4 l i ft i S. M'g e, if 3 : ! 1 OMow-r'y. .b5 -.? ; ; n I CrSVath, rf 3 I 1 r. OKon'hy. lb 4 : j; ft ft Ludern?, |b 4 Of 3 a Kills, rf.. .3 1 1 ft n Knabe,, :i>. I I -. 3 otlauser. ??31131 Doolan. ?*. 3 : 3 0 Oakei. cf. 3 1 .3 1 Klillfer. .-. J07C ? Wlnco. e l I 7 ft Sea ton, p.. 2 a 0 0 0 Harmon, p t " ft 3 Rhultz, i>... ? a t ? ? ?Miller . ., 1 1 n ft I Doyle . I ? ? ft ? ?Batted r?r sentan in seventh. Hu:..1 f.?r Doolan In ninth. tBHtt-l fnr Klillf.-r !:i ninth r.Batted for Shults In ninth. Score liv Innings: R Si Loii|?.,.S S A A 2 t a A 2?* PbtlndelphlA .0 A a o ? 1 1 1 A?3 Summnrj Run??Paskert, S. Ma gee. Don. inn. Kills lianser. o.,k-s (2>. Wl-igo Two l.n... hits?t'aakert; Ha user. Donl.m. Miller. Mowrey. Three-bnae hitr--S. Mneee. Win? ce. Saerlflce hit Itngsln?. stolen bases? Mnr-e. Kteibe. Hiielns '21 Double T>I?V? ifiiirgln? i" KAnetebv Ifauier to IC?hetehy. Left r.n >,-,?,.? Philadelphia^ 1 Pitching record III'?-"ff Peaton. f In 7 lnninr? e"i [ at >.it-: eh* Shultz, I In 2 lnnlrr< ft? a* bat1? First ba?? on ball? -Off =ea-on. S: off ; ft] ultg, 1 ?ff 11 irmon 2. S'ruelt out?"Rv Real on. !l- hv BbOltg. t: by ITarmen 1 Wild I ? lb h eentson. Tlwe of game. I 'A l*m ?plrei Klent Slid eirlh Perry ma; 1 Bouglit by New York Club Plleber I'errytnnn ?ua Mold jom terilay bj Steve O riffln in Hurry Wolverton'a Sew l?rk IllKblandera. \ telegrinil ?ms reeelve?! from Sec relury O'Brien, of the club. nakliiK terms on the tlluger. SteVC wired buck ihn? ten centuries tsronld get him. The niter tviia accepted, nnd IVrrymnn gsnes to Ibe big ehe?-, nflrr Ihe VlrRlnln Leafrue ?en?on clnaeM. lie I? 11 hier, hunky fello??. more than olx fret, nnd ?voll pro? portioned. He rnme Into the Vlr uhilil I.eHKiie Insl Krimiill with D?n ?III,-. nnd miide nn excellent shn-rr lug. | h,011; b hi ill 11 yotinKKter, lie but learned nilic-h uboul Ihe irnnie, I und sh,nil,i Nllel. In fust PontpnitT* I Lurk aeemn to hnve been nicalnnl him ?lne?- he Joined Itlrhmond nfter ' the illaNolotlnn of Danville, thonicli hr has Irr tried nornr e\eeiiem 1 RnmrN, netnlil-i ilml In l*elerAlia?*BI InNl ?Ion,Inj. when tie nllowrd toil ihree hits, fei lout. The Finn-rated l.urier u Hiiidylnp f?ir the ministry, 1,111 11 is nnl nl nil Improbable thai ? be lure of l,lK lenirue miri-rm ntny I make htm >ldeste|> hla clerical ntn I 1. in, in-, Results in the Big Lea: :ues NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn, j. Chicago, :\. Uoaton, 0: Pittsburgh Philadelphia, :i: St. Louis, 5. New jfork, t; Cincinnati, 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE Clevcla ml - Philadelphia; no rnln. Chicago, r>: New York. 3. Detroit, o. Washington, t. M. I.ouis, ,1; Boston, y. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Club New York Chicago . 59 Pittsburgh ... .-. i Phllndi irVIn .. I? Cincinnati . is St. l.oiils 43 Bi.Iclyh . .tr. Boston . ijs Won. Lost . 7'? I Year I < "I'll.. Won. Lost. .613 Boston . 68 31 .?33 Washington .. i;J 37 ,596;Philadelphia .. RS D ,6'12 Chicago . 50 111 ,12t Detroit . is Clevulnnd .... t:, :c.i Now York .... ill ?:t .251 St Louis . 30 H7 p.c. year .fiS7 .626 .r.73 .521 .1-1 .!??,! .till .371 ,642 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY lurgh at Boston i Wushington at Detroit Cincinnati at New York, Philadelphia ;<t Cleveland Chicago nt lirooklyh. New York ?t Chicago St. Louis at Philadelphia I Boston at St, LotiU AMATEUR GAMES TO-DAY ? \ 1 1 1 VI. ( 111 I.I !AOI 13. Ilnttlc 1? vs. ithlcllcs i mo Kamen), lit < 'krlsl Church Park. Umpire, O'Toole, Vshlnnri is. cno-. ill Ishlnnd. I iiiplrc, Krcnch. t'ollcKlnns % s. Southern Hell, in llyrd Pnrk. 1,'mplre, IIIrks. One Riuiir ni 4i'M o'clock (iiroltnlil.i Ivio mime* will lie plnyed). llnrton ll.-luliis ii IMHIIMiin I.KAGl K. a i oln, nl llnrton llcluhts, t mpli Tylers vs. WHkIiIn, ??" lljrd Park. l/niplrc, Kllysnn, Knnna vs. Woodnll a Hurries, nl Vtulctlc Park. I nip Ire, Bottoms. it ii imumi i.i. M.i ii, Inicrlcnn Clothing Co. vs. IIIIIMdcrM, ni llyrd Pnrk. Cherry Smnsta niirk a <<.i Spring lllll. .IseoIis ?V Levy ^-. Imperials, nl Knlrniount. < i:\TIL\ I, LEA?;I E. Cubs vs. Giants, nt P.asl Und Pnrk. RnmMern vs. Hustlers, nl llyrd Pnrk. Pathfinders *... Ithrplrs, ni llarvej Pnrk. PACKERS' LEAGUE. Kliman vs. Dold, nt Seniliinry Turk. Svrlft vs. National, at Belle Mcade Pnrk. Vrtnour ?.?, Korbes, nl Buttery Court Pnrk, U EST END I.I". \H I". Indiana \-. si. Vnilrrw's, nl St. tndrcir's I'n Pirates ??. TlRcrs, nl Clnrke Sprlnu Park. UNION I.I. Vi.I B. lies v?. Entiles, si ? . .V O, Pnrk. Baptists \ *. Trimmers, nl It. 1".. I.cti Park, JULIAN MORRIS WINS SEVEN BLUE RIBBONS lie Is Chief Winner at Albemarle Horse ^how. Over 4,000 People Present at Seeon ! D*v's Exhibition. lripccla.1 to The Times-1 >!spatch. 1 Charlottesvllle, Va? August ".?Over, ?i.OOCi people attended the Second day of. the Albehiarle Morse Sho-.v. society be-' Ins out In force. Twenty-live classes 1 were shown. " ? The plulo prc-sontcd by .'. Anderson] ChlSholm', president of the association, fot the best ladles' harness horse, went! to Dr. v. T. Churchman's Starlight, a I typical runabout horse with perfect; manners. The mare was driven by Mrs.! Churchman. By capturing four blues to-day, Jui-I lar Morris proved 'he chief winner of| the show, brining ins totui up to sevi n. Keswlck, a winner at Olym'pinj annex? ed lirst money in both the ladies' hunters and lightweight hunter, classes, while the chestnut Kcldlng, De? visor, was declared the beft gentle? man's parle hack Th0 Keswlck iiunt team, with Julian .Morris master, and Arthur White und Tippirr Morris whips, riding, defeated th. Albe marie County Hunt, with Sid? ney J. H olio way master, and Robert E. Cree and D:. Archie C. Randolph, whips, up. .Mrs. Reginald Brooks, of Boston, guided her bay p-ldlngr, Tom Brown, over tho bars V Mi rare skill, and! captured the blue ri the thoroughbred hunter class Mrs. Allen Bous of Castle Hill, won first in the sporting tandem class with her black mare Pretty Maid, and hay mare. Bracken Rose. There were some very clever per? formances in the I irlnthl?h class. Mrs. Wilbur Osborni f Gordonsville, on her bay gelding Watchful, finally landing the prize. In the uroo-:; lumping class, which ?was won by 11. 1. Burton's May !!? ll< . ridden by Harry 1' >ok. Julian Morris's championship hunter, David Cray, twice cleared the h.irs at live foot with great ease. .1. B. Andrews' Balbrlgah, which won the. hackney .,orse society silver medal at the St U Fair, repeated to? day in the hu< km .stallion class. . oils sind by ich stallion?Klrst. flllv, S .1 Ri bll i & Son; second, Knnny, Mrs w. im C.arth; third, Amaze, iff, v. Cllft?n< Hackney staub - ? First. Balbrlg gnn Buckcyolnnd -took Farm; sec? ond, Ely Stockwoll W B. Bullock. Ma iiitssas; third. Nl ? ? Hawk. Daniel 11. Andrews. Colts sired by hackney stallion ? First flllv. Edwlh O Meyer; second. , Virginia, W. F. Si . !er. Jr.; third. Clg-1 n ret to, Davis ? v. ,od: fourth, Nelly, ; J. M. M. KIroy. Colts sired by led saddle stallion] ? First, not nhrhi il F. .Marsh Walker, second, nill, .1 M irkiroy. Fair roadst I Irst. Faster Lily nhd Faster f;li'V J Ward: second, Carleton anil Cai Mrs Hoills Bine hnrt; third, i;(.! iy and Billy I'nr lisri, Davis A Wood Saddle ponies I Irteeh hands and liiuler Klrst, \i. ? Letts, miss Lucy Day Mar*:!. Tiirbaby, Thomas Staples Martlii third. Mike, Jr., Roger It. Rliiehnri i Harness ponli ? over thirteen bands ! ?Klrst. Sequel Herald .1. O'Brien. London second, : u nco. Dr. O'Brien; [third, Sert-ne O'Brlon; fourth. Beauty. Han y ? t.entleinan's jiarl hack ? First, Divi? sor, Julian Motrl second, Fllrtfttloni 1 F. J. Ward third prince William, fourth. Mcgantlc Miss Berta Garth. i Green hunters?First, Tuckahoo. Fred w. Scott Richmond; second. Watchful. Mrs 'W.i,ur Osbornc: third, Port. W. F. Wilbur Warrenton; fourth. Sweet William. .1 i:ian Morris. i'air harness ..ises?first, pair, : Davis Wood Thoroughbred j- inters?Klrst. Tom I Brown, Mrs Iii :,l Hrooks. Boston; second, TUckahoo, Fred W. Scott. Rich? mond; Hind Millwood, JllllOh -Morris. , K. eswieki Pony jumping, i'irst Pete. Hoills . Rlhol art, Jr Ponies eleven hands and under? First Mike, ,ir Roger R. Rlnehart. I Ladles' harness horses?Klrst, ?iar | llKiit. Dr. v T Churchman, Charleston, , w. v.' .i ii ., emhloy King, Dr. i ' ierald ! O'l rb , mini. Faster t.tly. I F t Ward fourtl i.ndv Gohang, Wil? liam Bullock:, m? (i,, ,.ih ' Ladies' Hunters First. Keswlck. Julian Morrii wick; second, Ac iplllbi, w K, Wilbur Warrenton; third, Watchful, Mrs, Wilbur Osborno, Gor? donsville fourth, itavollo W F Wil? bur. lAibemarlo realtors?Mrst. jaasccr Uly. B, J. Ward, Charlottesvllle; eec-, ond, Flora, Mr.1-. N. K. Snecd. third. Cary. Mi>. H?llt?. Hlnehart: fourth. Easier Girl, Charles w. Hultiati. Lightweight hunters?Kir-it, kch wlck, Julian MorrU, Keswlck, ?econd. Tri-tty M ild, Mrs. Allen l'otts, Happy Creole Farm. Oordohsvllle; third, Watchful Mrs. Wilbur Osborne. tlor donsvlllCj fourth, Port. W. 1\ Wilbur, Warrcr.ton. Park tandems?First, Ely Stockwell and mate. W. B. Bullock, Mahaaaas; ?I. lladlant and tna'e. Davis ? Corinthian class?first. Watchful, Mrs. Wilbur osborne. Oordonsvllle; second. David Gray, Julian .Morris: third, Taeonlte, Julian Morris, fourth. I'ort. W. F. Willyurj Warn-nton. Harness horses, under la-j ? first, Starlight, Dr. V. T. Churchraa::, Charleston; second. Faster Lily, E. J Ward, third. Lady Cnhanp, W. B. Bul? lock. Manassas. Sporting tandem?First, and Bracken Kose. Mrs. second, Wilton and mate Chlsholm, Charlottesvllle dulum and mat-, Sidney N( w Vork. Four-ln - hand?First, te-nm. Rhodes, Charldttcsvllle second, w A. Irving-. Hunt teams?First. team Grtf**-, Keswlck and Gungadtn), Morris. Keswlck; Second, team ahoo Watchful and llavello), Aibe marle C/mnty Hunt. Sidney j Hollo way, M. p 11. (".room Jumping class?first May Hell.-. R, L. Burton, Chariot tesvilb-: Second, Watchful, Mrs. Wilbur Osbnrne, Gordonsvllle; tiird, David Cray. Julian Morris, Keswlck; fourth. Port. W. V. Wilbur. Warrenton. Consolation class, pony Jumping? FirSt, Nina. Mrs. Sholto Douglas, Cob ham: second, Beauty, Harry rook, Charlottesvllle; third. Buck, Albert Ir : vlng, Charlottesvllle, Pretty Main Allen Pott*. J. Anderson thlrel. Pen I. Holloway, tjdam, (Davirt Julian (Ttiek Seashore Trips The Xn-t'liniiKC-of-rnrsi Honte. EVERY SUNDAY ROUND TRIP MUirni.h, VI HO IN IA BKACII, OCR AN M RM . CAI'K 11 i.M: V. 2?FAST TRAINS?3 Leave Byrd Street Station *8.10 A. M. and 3 A. M. l.eavo Norfolk 4:15 P. M. and ?7:40 P. M. ?Throuith Conch hetv?-?-en tlle.h mond nnd Vlr-clnln Beneta. trEEK-END n.VTESi Norfolk. 13.00. VirKlnia Beach. J3.2.r,. on lie Fridays and Sal unlays. Limit Monday following. c3MOTOR CARS Gordon Motor Co* ums win GAME IN A WALK Johnson Has Tigers a.t His Mercy and Administers Shut Out. RED SOX STILL WINNING They Whip Browns Third 'l ime in Series, Wood Allowing But Three Hits. Detroit, August 2 -Washington won to? day's game In n walk, 4 to 0 The only chance the Tigert hnd to scorn was In tho levi in!., when Louden and MoHarlty sin? gled In succession. Deal tried a sacrifice, but bunted tooh ard, and Johnson pegged out Louden at third. The guine was with? out an extra baso hit, itacrlilcc, stolen base, l double play, pinned hall, or even a walk; Washington. Detru>t. All M >J a E AU It b a r. MOellor, ri. 4 : 1 0 o Hash's, It. 3 u 0 <> [Konter, ab., 4 :: 2 u a Vitt, l:.... a u i o o m in, cfi. i ii . q j>|Bush, < o 2 >i Oandll, lb. 4 ? s 0 ueobb, ct..; 4 3 1 0 ? Mvrgan. ab a i .? .1 oJDele'iy, rt 4 l a u ? Airis'lth, ... I 0 S 3 1 I,olid. It, Ju 3 1 'i < 0 131'It ride, sul ?) : 3 u'.Mot'liy, :iii 113 II I Walker, If. 4 0 ; 0 ubial. 3b... 3 o 1 <i u Johnson, p 3 l o 1 QiSiatiage, c * I 6 0 1 Willen, p. 3 0 1 3 0 Viu-.v:nlil. 1 u 0 ?? >i Total? ...31 !> 27 10 0 Totals .. . . 31 it ?Hatted for Batha?g In eighth. :-'< ..re by tunings: Washington .0 o 1 ? o 2 o ft i Summary: Itur.v?Morll< r. Poster, it gait; Johnson. t.< ft on bases'?Washing! Detroit. ?. First ba?u on balls?Off W le|t, 1; ort Johnson. 1 Struck out?By w Ittt, S; by Johnson S. Wild pitch?With Time of game, L33 Umpires, Hart a ST. LOUIS SHUT OUT St. Louis. August 2.-Jakn EtohTs R<d Snx took the third K?me o! tho series from the Brdwns bsro this afternoon, 'j to o Joe Wood plt-hed tor the box. and Just three hits were made orr aim. only on. coming afli r the third lr.nlng. A home run by Stahl, with tho bases full in the r irth, ftbturrd the ?rame The score: st. I-otil?. IP,-ton. ah it o a i: ah it o a n Shottrn. tit 4 : 4 ft O'Hoop-r. rl i : 0 M Austin, tb., 4 0 0." SYerkcs, !b. 4 0 1 41 Pratt. :h .312 :. OIBpeSk'r. rt 4 .' r 1 o K Ulna, ih. 1 0 ? r, OILeWlt, If.. 6 2 10 0 Willis's, rf 3 ) 0 o OilJard'r, 2h. 3 l o t o Wallace, ss 2 0 1 10 Stahl, Ib.. I 2 1? 1 f) "??/.?.ton. rf 2 1 6 0 ?Wngr.'r. ss 4 0 2 4 n Kri'hc',1. .-2 0 0 1 I Cady, C.... I 1 ? 1 ft Bneil, c. tots 3 Wood, p.. I : l : o Ba'llton. pi 0 0 1 OHail. 2b... 1 0 0 0 0 P?Weit, p.. 2 0 r, ; a ? l.aporte ..1 0 0 0 0 Totals .. to J 27 II t Totals .. 21 12 27 1? .' ?Batted for Wallace in ninth, .-core by Innings R. I Huston.0 0 0 C 1 0 1 1 0-3 St. t.ouis.o o o o o o e o 6?? , Summitry: Buns?Hooper. Fpeaker '->? Lewis, Gardner, Stahl, Wagntr, Cady and i Wood. Two-ba;* hits?Lewis (2>. Cady, ! Wood, fihotter.. StShl. Home runs?Stahl, Hooper. Stolen bases?Speaker (S), Osrd I r.?r. Doubl? rlnv- Warner to Stahl. Lift ] on bases?St Louis. 0: Button 4. First bate Ion halls? Off Wood. ,; off Hmollton. J. Hits :--Off Hamilton. & In C Innings. Struck out ? By Wood, f . by Powell, 1 Time of gaute. ,1:40 t'mplre* p'Brtne and Dtneen. LOST IN LAST INNING Chicago, August 2 -Four runs In the P.rit ! Inning off Warhop. who was wild, gave th? ! Wiitie Sox a :. to 3 victory Over the Yankees ' totday. Three Single?. a double und a I triple piled up the counters. Lnnge sturt i ed for the Sox, V it gave so many m?n ? ba.??s he i\as rell?V? ! by Walsh In the fifth. The score: New York. Chicago. AH 11 OA E AH HOAE Dahlelt, If I n 7 1 o'P.ath. 2b .. 4 0 1 I 1 Chase, lb.. .", 3 > o 3 Zelller, lb. 4 t 10 0 I Sterrett. rf 3 " 1 0 0 Collins, of. 4 1 1 0 0 Zlnn. rf. .. 4 0 2 0 ftjLord, 3b... 4 1 o 4 0 s'lrn'ons. 2b i i 13 olCal'han, If 4 1 2 a 1 Pad'ock, .'ib 4 i o I olQodle, rf.. ? ; : o n Martin, Skill 0 o o.: Weaver, ss :?? 1 2 4 o Wllll'mS, 0 o 4 : ! niork, c. 3 r. o n n ?IlartJell ..1 0 0 0 OLanffe. p 2 I t I t Warhop. p. 3 0 0 1 UWaith. -.. t 0 0 6 fj ' tWolvrrton 1 I 0 ft 4 tCal dwell.. 0 0 o o 0 iSweeney.. 1 0 u 0 0 Totals ...22 ?. 21 !> J Totals . " : i; 2 ?Hatted for Willlmas In nlr.th. rBatted tor Wsrhop In ninth. ! titan for Wolv.rton In ninth. j zBatted for Rterett In ninth : ton by Innings: R. I NVw York.0 1 I 0 ft 0 ft 0 1-3 Chicago . . .i si) o 9 10 I ??5 j Summary: Runs?Danleli, Simmons, Cald well, Z^lder. folllns Lord, r-allahan. Bodla. [ Two.base hit?Calinhan. Three.ba?r htl ? . Co:;ins. itortle Sae.-ine.. hits?Martin. Wit i Mams. Stolen bases?Daniels, fhas* (4>. fiterreft, Martin Doub> play?Weaver to Zelder Pirat base on halls-Off I.jnc, 3; ' off W.ilsh. J. Struck Out?By Warhop. 3: I by Lang". 1; by Walsh. 7 Hit by pitcher - ttodle. Wild plteh-Wnlsh. raised hall ? Wl '.ams Time of game, liSO t'aipiret. : Egon and Sheridan. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Louisville: Louisville, C; Kansas City, 3. AI Indianapolis; Indianapolis, 0; ^"t. Paul, 7. At Columbus: Columbus, 1) Milwau? kee, 7. At Toledo- Toledo, o- Minneapolis, A. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Ch-< ttanooira: Chattrtnootra, B: , Montgomery, i. At Atlanta: Atlanta. 0: Birmingham. 3 (first game3; Atlanta, Birmingham, :, (second game). I At Memphis: Memphis, 8; New Or i leans, 4. At Nashville: Vashvllle. n: Mobile, S, JIMMY DRIVER IS SIGNED BY GRIM ejlminy" Driver. Hie former tn lielit .slur of the I nlversltj <>t \ lr glnln hnsehiill Ipiiiu, has been *< eured hy .lliek lirllll til li ll ellilenvor to repair I lie ilrnopliiu fortunes of the shipbuilders. Driver nrrl\ed In Itlchninnd last nlKhl in response to it hurry cull from Orlm, and It l* probable thai hi' will tie In the game to-dny. The eolleKC plnj er vrna n member of the Lnlxerntly <>r A'trclnin nine In 11)11, nnil led the team I is the number of extra Imse bits, bnttlnK nhnnt .-<!<>. He played on the same it am svlth ISppn Rlxey, who Is now slrirrlnc iim Hie phenom pitcher of Hie riilllleH. He mnile u record nt Ihe 1 nlserslls, hclnc the oiilv mnii In recent years besides Stnnton v?lio hnn ?ollen IiIk teller In Hirer sports _hnscbnll. food.nil nml basketball, l.nst jrenr i>rts_er mis nsslsitnnt nlliletle director to Tlcnd I nach o.iolinnr" VefT nt Ihe Fnlvorsltj of South Carolina, nml he sxlll nssnme rhnrsre of ?nnrts there the middle of next mnnlh. ITe tins been plnr Inir Ibis siimmrr on Hie rlinrlolles s Ute Y. M. C. ^? fenm. nml n few ilriv* nco mnile the only runs of the enmc hv ?lrls"lnw out n Tionie rim ivtlh the bas?3S full mrnlnnf n fenm Including r^Ti.ttrton nml Won.', . Princeton i Nrrr nml W-. ' of lllo t'nlvcrsiltr "f A'lrir'.i. i. nnd other ntnra of collccc 1- mrlinlt. NORFOLK LOSES 10 PORTSMOUTH Game, Which Gees Twelve In? nings, Marred by Poor Umpiring. ISpeclnl to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.] Portsmouth, Va. August 2 ?Porta mouth won a twcl.vo-lhtilng gast? from Norfolk to-day on the: former's (-round. The game, a good one. Was marred by i>o,,r umpiring, in which both teairia Hufferod. Mayor und Pooio pitched ex ? ?Ueiu ball and wore well supported. Tho ncore: Norfolk. A B. It. II O. A. K. Keller, if. 5 t 1 2 0 0 Klrcher, 2b. ? 0 1 .1 1 Dodge. 8b..-, 0 11 ;i ?, 1, Klntoii, ?s. 1 0 u 2 7 3 Wallace, cf. 5 0 0 6 0 a Waiter, rf. 6 0 2 1 0 rj Blgble, ih. 4 0 an 1 n '-'. 1 ti 1 0 1 0 l'oole, p. 1 i, a ,j 1 u Portatnou 1 h. A B. I t II Becker, if. I 11 j I . TlUnan, if. :. u u I Score by Innings: R : Portsmouth .GOnioooooooi ?3 Summary: T Wo-base hits?O?rvlh. Three-base hits?Mundy. Double plrtva ?Keating to Castro t<i Mundy. bodge t<. Hinten to Blgble. P.ise c.n bails "if Pbole, :;. bit Mayor. 1 Left on 1 ?-? - Norfolk, 6; Portsmouth, 12 nit by Iltched halls?Blgble. Struck out?by Mayer. . by Pool?, t Time <ir game, two hours Umpire, Donohue. Attend Kahns Daily Special CLOTHING, MATS. I I RNISIIINGS t'.iat appeal to yotir heart and purse] KAIl.VS OF RICHMOND, 7n K. Broad Street. Kelley-Springfield NUF SED CHEMI COMPANY, 629 E. Main Street, - - Richmond Va See Window Display mutfttmnts Baseball RICHMOND vs. NEWPORT NEWS Oatrit ealle,! |:30 r. M. Vdml-?.b n. U.'.e. ?.l nei!?miiil. l.'.e. CrnuiJionc Last Mountain Excursion I VIA Norfolk & Western RyP Tu Lynchburg, Bedford AnU nil Stations between Roanoke and Bristol leaves Richmond 11 A. M. Tuesday, August 13 Returns Ausmat Iff. Round Trip Fares Ranging From $2 to $5 Special train?through coaches?be? tween Richmond and Roanoke, con nectlng In both directions with regu? lar train between Roanoke and Brlu tol. sinn 'nut* t<> i.i n v v. On August 14 the Norfolk and West, ern Railway will run n special excur? sion from Lynchburg and Roanoke to Natural Bridge ami Luray, returning I same elnv. Fare, round trip from Roa I noko to Natural Bridge, T.'io, and to Luray, f2.R0, Full schedule and Information may he had nt N. * W. Oltlce, at Ninth and Main Streets. C. h. bosi,hy. District Fasuonger Agent?