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IN PITCHERS' BATTLE Ferryman's Jinx Is Still on the Job so Elongated Twirler Again Bows His Head in Defeat. Virginia League lESTiailDAY'S ItBSl LTS. It.mnoke, .'?i Petersburg, S. Newport \cn?, j; Portsmouth, :t (eleven Innings), Itlchtnoud, ii; Norfolk, .1. STANDING "f Club, Won, Petersburg . . . 60 Richmond .... fill It?snbke .... ?*>*' Portsmouth 51 Norfolk . .VI NeV-pnr? ?IT?. :!ll THE < U li!?. i n*l , Lout. IM . Year so iooa ..v-.n II ..-.tt .481 13 .?00 .r.ii 11 ..Vir .... i<; ..vir. .Mo r.i? i*ito .... WHKUE TIIISY l'LAY TO-D.VVi Richmond nl Norfolk. Portsmouth nt Xc-rpori Vew?. Itoanokr nl Petersburg, Norfolk. - Vs., August E ?Norfolk took Iii? initial game of the series v..: . Richmond !>y the score or r. to 6. i It was a beautiful gtime, both Fin- I Heran and Pel ryman, tho twirl.r-. j showing great form. Flnnoran struck out eight men and l'orrymaii six. It , Was a pitchers' battle throughout, not? withstanding Richmond got By/e bits j and Norfolk eight. !:: the seventh inning the Colts had two men on bases with only one man out. Ferryman went out on n pop By, s.nd Grlffth was caught trying to itfs.1 third, retirinu the siile without a run. This w.ts the nearest the visitor* came to putting a man across this home plate. In Norfolk's halt Of the third inning there were two men cn bases, with two out. v!i<n Dodge's turn at the bat came Hi lent a two-bagger to left field and brought In the two men ahead of I im, Dodge was caught trying to OLD DOMINION LEAGUE PENNANT AT STAKE A coed deal of lr.'.frost 1? felt la the ou: citr.r of thi fame to be reaged at Htoud Street Park to-morrow afternoon between liirtOn Heights anil Tyler's, as thi- game !?.-??? te.v; y i<lr riie champion.-- !p of tlio Old Dominion League. In Burrh and sr.'lton. Harten Ilelphu bonus of the best pitching ?tarf smjns the amnteur.". White ->;*:?? iUo have good pitching nmtrrlai In r?nderten and ' Both teams are go? ing very ft rig :,- ;-'?,!it. on,! the gum. will bo hard fought and Interesting from ? tart to !'.n;?h. and eorne of the best ama? teur glayeri In tu? n will be soon In action, rt.-th Hnrtor. Height! and Tyler'- have a ";irge following of roo'era who will lend tn vreit to the game. The game will |,r call rd at Ii? o'clock, nr.,,. Mr. Bottom: inn i Sered as or.r of tue bi-?t umpire-, Will INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE At Toronto: Toronto, l. Baltimore, t> f first gam. I. Toronto, 2: Baltimore. T (second game). At Montreal: Montreal, j; Newark. 4 [first game). Montreal, 5; Newark. 2 ': ? copd game). At Buffalo: Buffalo, n. Providence. Providence, 7. But' steal third. Norfolk's other run came <n the seventh. Johnny Mace had hl? nngoi hurt durtnK t!ie game and had t. retire, it is said ho will he out for tcveral days. The score: II Ich tuend. Ail. n. ?.O. A. K. Carter, cf. l 0 o 0 0 U Graff, 3b. 4 0 2 2 C Grltltn, 2b. ? o 2 3 1 Hurke, rf. 4 0 0 0 0 i Haley. U. 3 0 2 S -' . u tonhant, if. 3 o l l I 0 Mace, c. ? 0 o i 0 o McConios, ss. 3 o 0 1 4 it I ferryman, p. 3 u u 2 l 1 Rogers, c. l 0 o 4 i 0 Totals .31 0 5 24 14 3 Norfolk, Ali. lt. 11. O. A. 12. Keller, U. 3 12 2 0 0 Bircher, 2b. 3 o o 3 3 o Dodge, 3b. 4 0 3 1 6 llilnton, ss. 4 0 0 '? 2 1 , Walla, ??, of. 2 1 1 2 0 0 : Walters, rf. 2 0 f 0 0 0 Bigbie, lb. 3 0 0 7 0 0 : Flnneran. p.: I U 2 :t d Totals .27 3 S 27 10 1 Score by Innings: H. Richmond .0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0?i' Norfolk .0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 x?3 Summary: Two-bnso hit?Dodge. Thri e-base hit?Braun Stolen bast i Dodge Double plays?Gr I Hin, Mc? Comas to Raley: Klrcher to Bigbie. Sacrifice hit?Kircher. Base on balls ? Off Porryman. 3. Left on bases ? Hlchniond, 4; Norfolk. 4. Struck out? By Ferryman, ?. by Flnneran, S. Time of gairief-1:30. Umpire?Mr. Remolds. Attendance?1.300. CAROLINA ASSOCIATION At Greensboro: Greensboro, 7. Char At Sparta nbuig. Spartanburg. Anderson, 1. .\t Greenville: Greenville, 0; v st.;,-Salem, 1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Columbus: Columbus. 1; Paul. C. At Louisville: Louisville, 1: Minn apolis. 6. At Indianapolis; Indianapolis. Milwaukee, 12. At Tobdo. Toledo. Knnsas City. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Atlanta: Atlanta. 2. Montgomery, At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, Birmingham, 1. | At Memphis: Memphis, 2; Mobile, At Nashville: Nashville, 3, N, Orlenns. 2. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE At Jacksonville: Jacksonville. Columbia. 2. I At Ma,on M&con; 21; Albany, 4. I At Columbus: Columbus, ~ I nab, 4. SANDLOTS PRODUCE MANY FUTURE GREATS Nearly a Score of Promising Youngsters Are Now Uipe for Professional Ranks; Pitchers, Catcher?, In fielders and Outii 'lders Included UV JOHN II. IKMil'KH. ,11t. 'lass 'fC" and ''D" organlisatio king fOi- Kiioti material dtit 01 wh biiild winning teams for next s< , oouid du much worse than vi bandlots of Richmond. Indpedj a question and u highly dchata ? If several of the ynungst, r? j amat.eu'r-. rairks could trot h, >W.h In whi els f < v. n hlgl if the mat< rial which, if m< itita and teams are looking lot 1 yers, is stirf to g,. Into profosslo iks, will be found such -.ad>- Iis II ; E and Tigrior, backstops; Trc* ii, lllnehman, (.iaiiepn, I towers i nhi pitchers; Cummins, llulc) wden, Augustine, Hlount. Ander.? h and itady, Inllelders; and SsiraC! itif, Powell. Shielding, Ford, wden. DoilK f'.irke and ItiChS Great Shoe Values Ml. Till?* \\ KHK PACKARD SHOP $2.65 the pair f ? ? ?if t linn 1,1 r, iUT E, Main >>i ': Jones lor Car Co. Bowling Alleys Eighth r.nd Broild Basement. Third and "road Basement ( tx>l i i f < trie Fqns, LALHLS AM) GENTS. Ron, outfleldi rs, It If certain that some of these boys do not want to l>Jay professional ball. Sohle of tlierri are .still at college, whljc others hold lucrative positions'! which tliey would not relinquish to ;.<;>?? .1 hazard with baseball in the professional ranks. Hut the point hero made Is thai each one of the number] named is good enough for almost any ] of til.' minor leagues. Already in- ! quirlt-? nave beet: had regarding som- j of the boys; The work of the amateurs in Rich- I tnond lias gone abroad III the land, and, I !.? wise managers among the pri fessloiials are passing up no bets. The I I St?ry nf Uoehllng ami Strain is well I known Roth have made good with In vehgentice. There are many more. I Strains and R?chlings here right now.' Iturner retains I ; championship' 'Throws Collins Two Out of Three Falls Before More Than 1,000 Fans. i Joe Turner, bf Washington! la: t night successfully defended Ill's tub of champloit middleweight wrestler of 1 tin world against Billy fJollltis, of si. Louis, claimant of the middleweight jchuiuploiisiiip of the Middle West und r. 1 . ? . ? 1 :or world honors. Tm he : . st full both oi .nip. Time and hi vlclo as ho) Is, 1W1I to its feel. .. barlock, the the funs could t- h minutes u nd time ib.- lads ? ted no res I Tut c ! ?? Jilni v. Ighsd 15 Pirates Jump on Otterings of New York's Star Twirlcr. RELIEVED IN THE SECOND Tail-binders Administer Awful Trouncing to Hank O'Dav's Reds. New York. August 5?The Plrate*.? ?rr.t after Rube .Marrjuard In to-<lay'5 Rain?, and succeeded In lifting him out of the bo.\ In the second Inning after two run* ha* be.m (cored and the basis filled. A mot. who re? iten d htm, let In two more runs In the 1 same scsslen. but did fairly well the re? mainder ol the Kam? 1!h-.? Wagner was, the batting and flc-ldlng star of the day The Dutchman hit a home run. a two-bag cer and .1 single out of five times ut?. had four p-it bull and three assist*. Hendrlx was steady at all times. Scoro: Pittsburgh. New VorU. AB II . 1 A i: AB IIO A R Byrne. Jh . r. 2 ?. os'grass, if. s 2 0 0 0 ? "any. if... 4 1 1 a 0Doyle. 2b.. 4 1 "> : 0 Dunlin, rf. 2 1 a i lleeker. ? f I n 0 ft Wacher, *t ."? :: I :; i Merkh-. lb 5 1 12 1 >? Mi:;.1. Ib.. S ?! :? 1 0 Murray, rf 1 l I ? fc O. WU'h. rff l 11 Ollcring. sb 1 1 0 r, 0 , M'Car'y, :b .t : ; r, I Myers, 1 ... : ft 4 ; ft Gibson, c. 1 : < : ? Ai Wll'n, e 11101 Hendrlx, p. : 1 0 1 ?Kiefer. ss. 4 0 4 : 0 Mar'ard, p a 0 1 0 > Ames, p .. 3 1 0 r. * I IM'c?r'lcl? t ? rt 0 0 i Totals .36 13 77 14 3 Total* ...35 S 37 13 0 1 ?Hatted for Ames In ninth. .- ... by Innings: Pittsburgh. ; ? 9 0 a : 0 o 0-8 New York. o 0 0 1 t 0 o ?'? "?4 Summary: Runs?Byrne, rarey (1). Don lln, Wagheer, McCarthy, Olbuon, Hendrlx, Snbdgrass ..>. Doyle, Sturroy. Two-base ilta?O. Wilson, Wagner, Byrne. Three base hits- McCarthy, Murray. Olhaon limno run?Waener. Sacrifice lilt?McCarthy. Mr.: eh bases?Snodsrass, Wagner. Carey. Double plays?McCarthy to Wagner t? Miller; Fletcher iunosnlsied), Illts-^-Off Marquard. In I 1-3 innings. First baie ?n bSlls^Off Marquard, 2. off Hendrlx. ? Struck cut?By Vines, 4: by Hendrlx, t; by Marnunrd. ;. Mit by pitcher-- It'' Hendrlx. 1 tSnodgrass). Wild pitch?Marquard, Ames. Passed bait? Myers. Umpires, Owens and BrennsnJ At? tendance. lc.W. PHILLIES DROP TWO Thlindeiphin. August f.-Ths Cubs sneaker n ;it: ?? closer to the Olanta to-day by ?.'p nratlng ti:<- rcliictant Phillies from a double-header. In the n.-st Lavendel I ok id up with Karl Moor.-, and Chicago won ?" t.. 5 At nn time lyis Lavender In serious In the second Reulbach was knocked out In the fourth, leaving a three-run handicap for Charley Smith to overcome. Hi held the | locals, and lr. the s!\t!i the score was tird at ? to 3 Two riihVi for th? Cubs In the i seventh end. d the fracas. S to 3. Alexander! chucked in the se.-or.d session, and was not I a howling .-access Scores: I III- I I, DM Philadelphia. i blcago. a it 11 o a e ah 11 0 a h ; Pajikort, cf 2 1 3 1 lsheck'd. if 3 0 l l 0 l.obert, ?b. 3 1 .' 0 0 Schulte, rf 3 1 5 0 01 M?iff, If., a 0 J 0 0Tinker, ss. 3 2 3.3 u Cravath, rf 4 1 0 0 OZtm'ah, sb :: ft ft 1 ft, Luderus. lb 3 '. 11 '.' 0 ach, cf.. 3 0 6 0 Ol Knabe, :b . 3 .1 1 1 OSaler, lb.. 4 : s 1 ft Doolan, ss. 4 l 1 3 Olivers. Sh . 3 1 1 1 0 Klillfer. c. < ft 7 0 0 Archer, c. 4 1 4 1 0 Meere, p . 3 ft 1 S 1 I.jvdor. p 4 0 1 1 ft ?Mliier . 110 0 0 Totals ..tie t> 27 : Total- .. 10 7 R 3 ?Bailed tor Knabe In ninth. Score h> Innings: Chicago .; 1 >i e ?> 0 0 0 : Philadelphia... 0 1 ; 0 0 0 0 0 0--2 Summary: Runs?Schulte, Tinker. Leach, I sal. r. Aroheri Patkcrt, Cravath. Two-base: hltrt?Saler i2>. Lobt it, Doolani Home runs j ?Cravath, \r.h-r. Sacritlee hits?Tinker, Zi.riiun. Ever*: M^gec. stolen tas? 'I'lnker. Lett en has-s ? < 'i. l.-ago. (: Phila- j deiphla, 8, Flrut bus,- on balls?Off Moore. I l; ,.ff Lavender, t. Struck out?Uy Moor*; r,: by Lavender, l. Hit by pitcher?Sheck nrd. Leach. Time of game. ; hours, em? pires, l'.as'.n and Johns to-... SEt USD <.ami:. Philadelphia; ( hi* ace. AB H 0 \ E AB II o A R Psskert, << i 0 1 0 DSheck'd, if.", o .?; 0 0 L0h.1t. 3b, I ? ! 0 Schulte, rf t 3 3 0 0 Maqec, If.-. 1 3 -' 0 .1 Tinker. i 1 :; . 0 0rayathj rf 8 0 10 o/.ini'iin. 3h f. '-? 4 3 0 LudVrus; lb 4 1 7 4 0 Leach, cf .. 1 0 5 ; 1 Knabe, 2b., ? 1 : 0 0Saler. lb... 4 n : ?< " j Alex'der, ?;? ?. 0 3 l o'Beulb'h, p 1 0 0 ft Smith, p... 1 1 ft 1 0 ?Miller .... OOOO-O Totals ...31 * 17 12 0 Total? .1.35 12 27 !> Ol ?Hatied f..r Reulbach In rtfth. Si, by Innings: R. hleago . 0 0 0 0 0 ? 2 0 0?.", 1 hlladelphla .10020100 0?3 Summary; Runs? Schulte (j>, Tink<>r. | aler, Smith. Lobert, M:ig<.. Luderus. Two- 1 :.'<<? hits?Tinker, Magee t!L F.vers. Lud-j in*. Schulte !?? Sacritlee hit- Tinker. j t??:?11 bases?Zimmerman. Ma gee; Double |ayS?7?uderus 10 le.oin to Luderus: Leach ,. Tinker. Left on bases?Chicago, 8; Phil-I . da 3 Iltis -Oft Reulbach, 8 in 4 In- | , ? If Smith. 1 In f. innings. PirS? base n i'ftllf -Off Alexander. t; ott Smith, 2. truck out?By Alexanri'r. 6. lilt by pitch d halb Schulte Psi'sed bail?Dooln. Time if game. 1:15; Umpires, Julinsinne und EASY FOR CARDINALS st f.?The Cardinals had ling the ilrst game nf the til thi I >',rtc. r? to-dn >. ft, , the winners lilt Knotzer ; ?id e-iirtN. who lat.-r re- 1 no punished bv an uddl nfth liming. The hitting user and Oakes featured; I St. i outs. ah II O A k If.. 3 14 0 0 Itaurer, s? f. 1 Obkes, cf 1 rbj iJi Onkts -o.-.:... hit?Mowrej-, .-to: _1 _ - D. : IVIng tuMoyf "Kahn's"- Dasiy Special 1 mm.K'A i \lt 111 111 C15D. .1 iarmeiits, now.* 1.in i: Ciirniehtu, now .?<.!? I ? ? ; , ,: 1 ... .st ..Mi 1 . ? :. ? Kahn's, oi ixichmond 713 Cnf>< lirnnd Streict. c^vIOTOR CAR.S ] Gordon Motor Co. Results in the Big Leagues NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston. 10; Cincinnati. Philadelphia. 2: Chicago, 5 (tlrst game). Philadelphia. K?me). Brooklyn, 4; New York. Chicago. St. Louis. 8. ; Pittsburgh. (second AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit, 4; New York, 2. St Bouls, 13; Philadelphia, 4. Cleveland, 3; Boston, 1. Chicago. 7; Washington, 8. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Club. ! New York . . i Chicago _ ! Pittsburgh . ! Philadelphia I Cincinnati .. St. Bouts ... Brooklyn .. . Bast] Won. Lost. P.C. Year Club. Won. l^ost. P.O. .650 .39? .511 .460 140 .300 ;S7 .60J Boston . .620 Washington .604 Philadelphia .616 Chicago .43), Detroit . .S64 Cleveland .. .37 9 New York . . 219; ?t Bouts . . . 628 5S0 ?05 495 455 WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY rngn at Philadelphia. St Bouis at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Now York. Cincinnati nt Boston. Washington at Chicago Philadelphia at St Bouts. New York at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. r< to Huctcln?. Left on bases? Brooklyn, 10; si Louli, 7. Irl rut bad* on crror'-t-i Lous, ;. Brooklyn, L Bit??Oft Knataer, " i ' Innings: orr Curtis. .' in I 2-3 innings. First bann ?n bolls?OfT Knetxer, ?"; off But? ler, I ? r. Curtis, I. Strn.k on:?ny Knetzor. ?: by Sallee, l; by Curtlf. :. Cm pi re*, Itlg ?r and Flnneran. Attendance. 1,000. TWIRLERS HAMMERED HARD Boston, August 6.?While George Tyler was I (?"?IrlinK hl? heat, hl? teammates hammered threi Cincinnati twlrlera, and th.j Boeton .^:it|ona!S won ;A to Arthur Devlin wii j the star of the day the bat. He lilt out a trlpm with the bases fu.: in tho sixth < Inrlnnnll. All If n a C Boston. ARBO a B Bescher, :t r o 4 o XM'D'id. 3b * i" ? " Mar?;.n?. of i 0 " Hob'xrl. lb ? 1 Mitchell; Ch i l Grant; :ib.. 3 o K*ran, Ib... : 0 Rsmpnd, s? 2 1 f Inrke, r... 3 2 Moore, p .. ; o Hu'p'lel. p. ? 0 Davis, p... ? (i t OSwee'y. rh ? l i 1 f Jacks n, If : l | : OTit-.i*. rf>. a ; t 2 1 D?\ I'.r.. lb. 5 3 Ifi 2 nn:,4':.. ... I l 3 0 0 R.irldrn. e 4 2 3 0 0 Ti :? r. r . 4 0 o Si nr? by inning?: Cincinnati . r-n Kiitii?Baa aid, i 'ampbell I 8?.. ? Tltua (21, Devlin. T<v Bsm ihd. Thrre-bas" II e hits -Sweeney, Bri.i MeDonnid. D luble pin; ? Ksmond to c.rant; Bril ''? i n; Titos to M.-n, '?? In yur.nt,'!?i?d t: m Krldwell to Sweeney i . on balls-OfT Tyler. 2; Humphries, 1; ??? DaW? 'Vier, t; by Moore 1 pitch-Tyler. Umpires, ? A a o 0 O ; 0? I ? ? . ,. ? .-. .1 mond, McDon '. Jackson (}>, FIRSTBAME TALKEN B'/ SHIPBUILDERS Contest Goes Eleven Innings on Score Tied by Pitcher Brown. Newport .v c ws, Va-, August ."? Bates's double, Keatli jp's boot, and wide throws by Castro and Brouthers gavi the Shipbuilders t:j.; tirst eamo with the pirates to-day. i t<, r>? jn ine eleventh Inr.ing. Pitcher Brown tied the scon In the eighth with a doubl, iyheh batting as t pinch hitter: Newport Yews. 3b. Elchberger, Hooker, .f. Wolfe, lb.. Mattls, if.. Atliey, ss.., i 'hrney, 2b. Ltisky, c... Bruckmtllcr. ? ? Brown, Revelle, p. Totals .44 12 33 IS 5 ??Batted for Bruckmiller in eighth Portsmouth. AB. If. O. A. E Becker, rf. 3 C 2 fi 0 Keating. SS. 4 2 0 .'. 1 Nixon, cf. ?210 0 Castro, 2b. 4 o ?. l l Brouthers. :.?. . ..... 6 2 2 ?t i Mundy, lit. r, 211 0 0 tltman, if. 0 2 1 0 Garvln, c. 3 0 S 0 t Verbaut, ;i.?'? 1 " - ?.nlng tr,*::i 16 run scred. New pos t New, 1 ortsmoUth Summitry: Bt Auiey, Carney, Tltman. 2; Bei Hook' 1. Car 1 * rlib-e fly- flarv Brown, Bates, 1 ?Bates. Ddul 1 Busky t" !'? .t Bruckmllb r. ii bout. i. Basen , ! bout. 2. Illts ! ? Ighl Innings i port News, 1 I; ! Oh errors- New mouth; :, Hit 1 Bruektnlller. Cn I t ivo hours 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1?I 110.0000210.0 0?" Bates. Elchberger, ker, Keating. Tit Bates. Kentlng, 2; Sacrifice hits? stro. Qarvln. Sac Two rase hits? . r. Three base bit play?Hooker. Struck out?By Hi velle. 1; by Ver 1 Us?Off Bruckm'l lle, Ij off Ver BruckmlUcr, !* In t on bases?Now ? tmouth, It, First ? N.ws. 2; Ports tcher?Keating by Mr. Cowan- Time. McBRIDE QUITS OVER $1-50 it I? linderNtund Hint t mplre Jle nrlde, who i,.i- ?llleluted in ?'>?? Vlr giuli. League a- mi ?Hilter ?Inrc Hie lieiiiiinlng ,,t the hciihou, ?Ith vnry Ing nuccc?*, In.- oiilt. At nuy rate, he did noi work in nuy of ibe Ihren games yesterday. Cowan wn? nt Vewpnrt where Hie Sb'pbulld ,rs plnyed the IMrnlea, while (I'ltrlrn, nnnlhei new man, ??" Itoanoke Ink tug ,.,re of the Goober, live, buttle, In Norfolk, Jesse BryilOld, one-lime pitcher for lton noke, bundled tin- Indicator. Mellrldf liilliuiiled Insl Salnrdn.v (lint be m:i-. ill,. IhrouRh, \ dis? pute lirlnreii htm und President rtontwlfahl brought on hlM reslsfnn Hnn If he lins already resinned, ttrllrlde elnlmrd si.,',0 for Pullntnn fare friii-.i It,.nke to I'rtornhiiru. He ?nlil Ihn I President Bonttvrlaht ?d in nllow hlai <h'" expense 'I-Iiib ?<? Ihr tenKiie'j, 1 lt.il he ?ns koIiii; mm,I receiving nn un . Ii |h Inferred thai r,f us money, tfi.r bend, nsklne ;.? de pboul II fn?or,iltl, ,,.,,1 In- quit the I,,1 ROANOKE UNABLE TO HIT IN PINCHES Tigers Lose Their Fifth Straight Game to League Leaders. Hoanoke, Va., August 5.?Inability to I hit in the pinches caused Hoanoke - fifth successive defeat at the- bands Ol Petersburg to-day, a to r>. The tigers had eleven, runners left on the banes. They drove Morganroth from the box in the sixth, but were unable to do much with Harvey Brooks, who suc? ceeded i111n The Champs drove hinrd off the mound in the fourth, nnJ hit green, who took his place, hard. The Hoauoke. AB. It- 11. O. A. K Graham, cf. 4 Carman, lb . * (linn, rf. * Preaaiy/i ?h. .r> 11 olla nd, If. B Newton, ss. 3 Shields 2b. 5 Bafltte. c.. t Bflrd. p. i 1 2 3 13 Petersburg. A B Morrison, ;h. 3 Busch, ss. 6 ?iaekstone, if. 4 Baughilnj c. 3 Anthony, <f. 4 Barnett, lb. .'. Ilowedell, r-.b . 2 otalr .33 1 11 2T 16 core hy Innings: inoke .O0131o6o6 tershurg . .OO3221QO0 itimmary: Stolen bases?Slmme rrlsbn. Sacrifice hits?Morris wton. Sacrifice fly?Barnett. T te hit?Morcanrotb thre< bftsc tnthony. RI.eft on liases?Itonno Petersburg, 1 Double plays Hi 1! to Barnett to Bus? h. Blisch rnett; Newton to Shields to Garni essly to Carman Hits?off More ?h, ; ' In 1 1-3 innings; off Brook; 4 2-3 Innings; off Kflrd. :, In 3 llntrs; off Green, ft In r. 2-3 innir -uck out?by Morganroth. !; ird, 1. Bases on halls?off Morg th, t Off Bror.kj, ) off r;nr(i j. Oen, Time of game, 2 5fi rmr, -. "VBricn. RACING 0DQi D 01 Pittsburgh. Pa., August 5.?Despite a handicap of location and trahspor- ' ti.tion facll'tics, the first day of the Brunot Island meet of the Grand Cir? cuit was a promising return lb ?major league" racing for Pittsburgh Horse.i meri who have followed the Grand Clr ciilt declared that the crowd v. as above the average In numbers at a fir.st day of any meet on the circuit. Th< r, was little in the racing of to- ; |laj.? t>> areas.- the enthusiasm of tht spectators. I 2:22 trot, three in five, $1,000 purse: Arona McKlnney, bik m. iirst; EVo McCord, b, m. second. Newzell, b. g. I third. Best time. j;"S i-i. I 2:15 trot, preliminary, No. 1, pro-] Ifcsslpnai drivers stake, two 'n three! S5.C43! Dorsch Medium, bik. m, tlrst; j Victor Star. b. go second; Kchomore. i bik. S? third. Best time, 2:05 1-1. 2 I r. trot, preliminary, No. 2. prj-,| I fcaslonal drivers stake, two in three, ' I".,''' 13 . Queen Worthy, b. m., fltrst; Btith ' McGregor, ch. m . second; Ernest Ax-.'] hell, b. s., third. Best time, 2:0; 1-2. j Matron Stak,-, for foals of 1909, 1 trotting division, two In three. Bally McGregor, b. c, first; Junior Watts, j b. c . second; Adlon, ch. c. third. Best Ulme, 2:0S. 2:08 pace, two In three. $1.20?. Peter II, br. s., first: Brunham Baughman, bi ,h . second, Best time, 2:65,_ Kelly Springfield NUF SED mi ompany 629 E.Main St. Richmond, Va. iSee Window Display NATIONALS WIN I UPHILL GAME They Overcome Six-Run Lead and Pull Out Victory in Tenth. GROOM KNOCKED FROM BOX Roth Boston and Philadelphia Take Drop in Percen? tage Column. f hlcago. Auri't 5.?After taking * six-run l-a 1 In the third inning ot to-day's gam* with the .Vattonals. tha Sox lost out In a ten-Inning oontust, i to 7. Oroom was knocked out In thy third, and fashion, who succeeded htm. pitched good ball, but re? tired after the eighth In Itvor of Walter Johnson, who hc.d the fcox helpless und drey* In ihn winning run In the tenth. ? leotte. was lilt ham for sevm innings and ?was yanked out la the eighth. Bens, wan nleked for two hits In the eighth, und 1 Washington th-J the score. Whit.) finished the game for the locals. Score: Washington. t htcutro. All HO A B AU II O A B Moeller. rf 4 10 0 Ollath. :b... 10 13 0 roster, lb.. 6 1 3 3 1 Maul k. eft 2.1 0 0 Milan, et... C 3 0 1 0 Lord. Sb... I 2 I l 0 Oandll, lb.. 6 211 o Oliodle, rf.. 1 o l s 0 Morgan, lb o o o ? 0Collins, :b. 6 o 17 o 0 Williams, ci 2 11 2 Oi'nt'han. If S 2 3 0 0| AlnsTth, c. 1 0 2 0 o*!". Jolm'n 1 3 0 4'' M'Bride, li t I I 1 1 Kuhn, e... 3 I ? 3 0 Bhanks, if. t 2 5 .j ??Steider ... 0 0 o 0 0 1 Oroom, p.. 1 o o o i Sullvan, c 9 o l o o' fashion, p. 2 3 o 0 OCIcotte. p. 1 0 9i 2 0 Johnson, p. 1 1 0 0 9 Hens. p... 0 0 0 O 0 White, p.. 1 0 0 1 0; rotaj* ...46 14:-):? I Tota'a Jl IK 17 ?E. Johnson, shortstop. titan for Kuhn In eighth. Bi ' re by Innings: R. ushlngton .0 0 1 ?? 11 t?l-l| hlcago .I 1 f. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-7 ! summary. Runs -P. t'tz. Car. *.!;. W.l.Same. rBrlde ih, Bhanks (7.), Cushion. Two- , isc hits ?shanks. Lord. Milan, Kuhn. Wll- | *m*i Cashlon, MoBrMi rhr*e-bs?? lilti - nndll. Moeller. Stolen basts?Lord. Zelder. I oubio play?William* to Kotier. Itlts-Off ] room. 6 !n 21-3 Inning*; bit Cleotte, :. In 2-3 Innings; eft Bens, 2 tn part of 1 In i Ing; off Cnshlon. I In i 1-3 Innings First ir.. Oh ball*?OK Groom, !; cfT ort Cashlon, | off Johnson. !: off Cleotte, i Struck out ?By Cleotte. E: by White, '.; by j ihnson, .. y Oroom. S: by Cashlon, 0. Wild pitch? mom. n*:k?fashion. Time of game, I 10 moire*. Dim eh and 11 Brlen. BROWNS TAKE THE SECOND St. lull's. Phllndi Iphla. A It II O A E AUHO A K :'? ~ I 0 0 IMag'cr'. If 1 1 4 0 0 ?111 ? ft 4 0- t .(142 3 0 0 4 ??13 . It), Austin 121, - SOX 0UTHIT THE NAPS I ievelund, Boston. AU II O A K AB H O A E | ' I rher, 3b. 4 l l : OYerkes, 5b. i : ? 2 l 1 :k*on. rf 4 2 I ? 6 Speak'r, cf I 2 4 0 01 I Igg*. :?, 3 0 7 0 OGUrd r. 3b. a I I 1 0 ik'gh, ss 2 I 3 3 OWagnr. *? < 2 0 2 o| Will. c. S 0 7 1 OCur'gaa. e 3 9 t 4 a I egg, p. . 3 0 0 2 9 Bedient, p 3 I 0 0 9 I ' 'oiata .. 29 5 27 19 9 Totals ...SI 10 21 6 1 Halted for farrlgan In ninth. Batted for Hfrt:cnt In ninth. core by Innings: It ? ? iumtniiry Runs - Ryan. Turner. Jackson, eoke.r. Two-base hits?Speaker, Ryan. ? kr in. Three-base hit?Jackson, mi rl c hit?Gardner. Sacrifice ny?Lajole. Htoi base Gardner. Heinle play?Blrmlng ni to Grig?*. Le'i on ba*n??4 lev-eland, i. istoii, s. dlrst base On error*?e'leveiand. Plrjt buss on bolls?Off Gregg, 1; off Be ent. l Struck Out?By Gregg. 4: by li. ent, 4 Wild ?Itclt-lledlent. Time of irrie, '-' Umplr*?; Egnh and Sheridan; YANKEES AT MULLiN'S MERCY Detroit, August U ?George Muilln general- j ly had the Yankees a*, his mercy to-day, ! in uplte of the fact that they took nine 1 safeties and three walks. Detroit won I hi , 2. nf the three hits allowed In the ninth, i two wert thumps In fr,,nt of the box, which , bounded badly, Score: New York. I let roll. All II O A F. AH II O A E Daniels. If. 5 2 3 0 ovitt. if ... 4 4 l o 0| i-hase. ib.. 4 2 11 1 0 Bush. .??..I l 17 I Sterrett. rf 4 o 3 l OCobb. er... t i l o o Zlnn. rf.... 1 0 2 0 bCraw'd, rf. 3 9 2 0 9 Slm'ons. 2b I 1 1 1 1 Louden, 2b 3 2 2 2 i) Pad'?Ck, 3b I 9 2 0 IMor'lty. lb 3 2 13 4 0 Martin, es. 2 1 2 B I Heal. 3b... 3 2 :t 3 0 Sweeney, <? 2 I ? I OEtsnage, c t o :i o o M'VWll, pa 2 11 ?Mullin. p. 3 1 1 ? 4 s< 'nldwi ll>. 1 o fl 0 o ?Warhop .. 4 o 4 o n rMaloney... 0 o ft 4 0 zWotverto* 1 ft ft ft o Totals . 31 9 2110 3 Totals ..31 9 27 11 1 ?Batted for Martin In ninth. IRatted for Sweeney In ninth. JRan for McConneo'.l In ninth. sBattcd for Sterrett In ninth. Score bv Innings. R New York .14 0 9 4 4 0 0 1-2 Detroit . . .....1 1 0 0 0 I 19 ?-I siimmirv: Rurs?Dante.s. Warhoji. Bush Louden, Morlarf. Muilln. Two-base hits? Daniel*, simmnrv Ohb. Sacrifice hits? i has. McConnell Deal Sacrifice fly-Mori -.ritv. stolen bas**?Bugh '7'. De.il. rhu?. Double piny*?Chase lo McCennell; Hush to Louden Left on bates?New York. I0| D - irnlt, First base on halls?Off MeCon nelt.'a: off Mullini J Plrst bn.'e oh errors Xe'w York. I: Detroit. 1. Strui kout?By Mullin, 2. Time o' game. 2 or. Umpires. W'esterv'elt and O'Loughlln. Attendance, pitches \o-llli Game. Bristol. Va.. AlfKllSt :< ?Kubfl Mer ;hnnt. of the Johnson ?'itv team, of the Appalachian I., acne, who h fow w.-eks itBo oatahllshod a roc?nl in a game nKalnal Know nie by allowing I only twonty-aoven rhon tn t'. him in n nine-Inning p;arhe, to-day pitched n no.nit nlno-lnnlnn Kam.- a ?Tan st Bris? tol. beiiiK the first in the history of the local league. IK- won hia same, it to 1. BOAT CLUB WILL HAVE NEW HOME Members Agree Upon Plans for Large Clubhouse on Mayo's Island. The new boat club quarters, the most commodiou, and handsomest of any ever constructed on the Jarnos R Vor for lovers of water sports Richmond, are to be built at once u a meeting of the Virginia l^at Club >n the rooms of tno Business Mcn'a committee were ratified for an Id. , b?uT\T c;m*r ?" Mayo'3 1-lan?. below the sito of the club's present quarters. The bouse wUI COst ?9.000. It will be built of concrete and will be two storl.s high. Members of the club last night were enthusiastic, over the outlook for the enlargement of the club's usefuin-ss i ho new building will be near tho point of the Island, at a bend of the river, und will be In a position to catch i the breezes that sweep across tho ! water's, surface In the summer, the contract for the building will be given at once, and It will be furnished ?? icadlncSs for aquatic contests early hi xt spring. While the club will continue t.> devote Itself mainly to boating, ami the building will be constructed w'lh it view to the furtherance of such dlvi r ?lojh, tnem win he an Increase In til : social side of the club's activities. Tho plan to keup the building open all winter was found Impracticable, hit f'Vm March to October many tbi |al features will be provided. There will I be a large danc'ng hall on the Second floor nr.d spacious verandas will circle tho house. Provision 's a Ist? made for a kitchen en the ground lloor. The main feature of the building were decided upon at last night s meeting, but the details were left ;o a committee composed of \V, Or Wattson, Robert B. Forrest, Allen .1. Kavllle. .lohn W. Bates, and Charles Ford. A Inrge percentage of tin- club i membership of its meti was present, and It Is expected that the poll wdll be enlarged dur'ng the coming ye At1 because of the advantages added The r.ext regatta will be. held A Ig; Cicur?fon? 5 DAYS 5 Annual Mountain EXCURSION i <> ilAni.OTTVlSVIl.l.K, ii" i SPItlXO!" WHITE "i I i'll I It. XATI'HAI iiiuiM.r. \M> ini BitsiKtii vti: s-i vthin*. ?t I \ Thursday, August 15 lltutl to i.'lltr.jn Hot Springs.???? .Natural Bridge .|t.< Train leaves Richmond lor stattoi Charlottesvllle to SVhlte Stilphur an Hot Springs Inclusive. 12 noon, at: for Natural Bridge 10 A M. Thuredn August 15, arriving at White Hulpht , !? m arid Hot Springs s p. m T: keta good returning on all reguh trains not later than Tuesday. Augm Five ,5, days in the mountains. A ext. ml'd week-end outing to c. & < famous resorts The most popular 03 eurston of the season See Virginia First. Excursion to NATURAL BRIDGE and CAVERNS of LURAY In connection with the three-day excursion which the Norfolk and West? ern Railway will run from Richmond to Bynchburg, Roanoke, etc., on t? gusi IS nrrangements have been made by that company for an excursion from Bynchburg via Itoonbke to Natural Brldg- and Luray on August 14. Bound trip fates from Bynchburg to Natural Bridge, Sit.",, ami to Buray, 13.00. Round trip fares from Itoanoke te Natural Brldg,-, 7.'. cents, and to Buray, Including transportation to and from ? live. ,50. Tills is a rare opportun? ity to visit at Small cost these won? derful works or nature, in Virginia, which people come from all over the, world to see. Further Information or. the sublect mav be had at N Si W. Office, Ninth and Main Streets C. H. BOSBEY. Idstnet Passenger Agent. Miller & Rhoads Employees' Association Itun Their Annual Excursion to BCCKROE BEACH. SATURDAY, ACGUST 10. Speclvl fast trains leave Main Street Station at 1:30 P. M. and the Beach at P. M. Tickets: Bound trip, $1.00. On sale at the store and at the train. Enjoy a pleasant outing?one that you may bxtend over Sunday, wnh no loss of tune from business. Buckroe Beach Thursday, August ts, 1012. Leigh St. Baptist S. S. Leave t\ ?- O. Station s A M Adults, ii.oo. Children under twelve years, B?e. Ye who went on the Befall Grocers' excursion last year know what it i?. Tell your friends. This one is Wed? nesday* August H.