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HIT HARD BY PIRATES National League RESCI/TS VRSTKIIDAY. Philadelphia, :t; Pittsburgh, to. >rn York, 0) St. I Olli?, i? (called In Drat) rain). Brooklyn, St Cincinnati; I i rolled In imirt h ; darkness '. Iloxtnn, 3| ( lilcnao, 3 (cnlled In third; rain). n i vxni\(i ?'i < luh. Won Ni? l ord. PS < hlencn . N Plttklmrgb ... 7!? CUiclnuntl ... . Utl Philadelphia . 03 St. I <Mll? . . (IS Itrookl) ii . . . . 4? Boston . :tii I II B ? I.? BS, r.nnl I oat. P.Ci l our ,702 .<i:.v> ?I*. ,031 .013 r:i isitn ..-.ru ?i7 .'litfl .mi <;?? ,.|v| ,533 77 .in; ..-.in sis .:i71 Aim 01 .300 .SOS w in.in: Till \ 1*1, \ \ i ?i-i) \ v. riUftlniruh hi Philadelphia. < Inclunnti mi Brook i; n.. < lilrngn in lloHlon. St. I i.nls n( Vrn YorU. AMUSEMENTS. \ rudemj ?Dark. Uli,,ii?"The Traveling Snleaiuati," ittluec and nicht. i uloi'lnl?\ ntiilei in,-. Empire?\ ninlet iii,-. I.ul,In ? v nutlcvtlle. I.Ilde Theritri?I'lotitrea nnd Si'ukb. I if < ulnnlnl i Heaillliirr, Featured In this weak's Mil at the ro ot Irl. anil deservedly. is Dolly Mnr rlsey. an unusually attractive young woman, who not only wears four dis? tinct and distinctive costumes, Includ? ing on.- equipped with a single-hnr rcled panier skirt- side of it Is kept frotg fulling by being caught in n loop?bitt also sing? Iii good style and a much heit-r voice than th? aver? age ragstrcss, and dances gracefully in a manner In no way suggestive of f-wls. hears or bunnies. Inza & Lorella, comedy kv.oekabout acrobatB, Close -he show with Fame clever work, particularly In lofty turn Three other acts, as usual, fill out ! the vaudeville bill In one of these, programed as th< "Mtls'-ril Maidens." the man of the duo offers a most re niar able Imitation of a train arriving and departing, and does it ?Ith a I rombone' Two of the pictures nrp extremely amusing, one being a clever satire on ? ? With a cow In the role of the artist, while the Other is a Simple farce. W. D. O. Xo Difficulty in Winning From Home Team by Scute of 10 to 3. CAMNITZ SUCCEEDS FERRY II Other Scheduled Games National League Prevented by Rain. Unrteip'hin. S?r*.citi-".' "1-?l'lttaburifh every one of the Phillies' pitchers hard ay und had no difficulty wlnulhff, 10 Ferry retired u: tho end of the third, nits, tils successor, stopped the scor rhtludelplilo, Pittsburgh. A U II II O A All Jl II O A ? ri. c: 1 : : : ?Byrne, sb.. 4 0003 e, .!... f> J 1 : OCarey, if., s 1 4 s 0 Ii -r. t!S 1 : : ODonlln, rf. 6 1 2 3 1 ?rus. 1M 0 1 11 1 \Va?n"r, (>!. : : I ) ?h, 2b.. to:: i j. Mll'r, lb6 1 1 It 0 - 3b.. 3 0 f> 0 ?Butler. 2b. 4 1 1 1 .1 n, e.... 4 0 0 6 1 Simon, c.. 4 1 3 8 1 >rs. p 1 0 0 1 0 Ferry, p... 1 0 0 ft 2 in, p . 1 0 0 0 lfiirmltt. p .1 0 0 0 0 rn. p.. 1 0?0 Ifllendrls.. 0 10 0 0 .... : o l o o Total? ...in t it) rr to Totals . ?? :c it t. 12; ?Batted for Chhithers in fourth. Batti 1 ror l"i : rv in fourth. fror? ' >? Innlnd It. Pittsburgh . l?l?OM? V-10 j la . . .! ft 2 e 0 ft 0 0 0? .1 Fnmninry: Two-bssi; hits J. Miller, Mn-1 c-?. Pnsk.crt^ Carey, Wacrer. W*llson. Tbr. < base hit?P. Mil ? r. Home runs?Maeeo a-. Donlln (tacrlflee alts -lopdire. Byrne S". an )>???- tvnun?r. I^.ft on basea-rPhitnde phis. ?: Pittsburgh; S First base on etToi -Pittsburgh, : Blt?-Off Chalmers. S in innings: off Seaton, 2 In 3 tr.nlr.ss; off X? ?"?;:. 4 In ! fnnlhffs; off Ferry, 4 Iti 3 In:.Inc.': I off Csmnltr, .*. In ? Innings. Fimt hsae on bulls?OfT rhn:ra?:J. 2; off Nelson. 1: off Kerry. ?: off Csmnlt?. *. Ftrurk out?By Chalmers, ?.; b] Seaton, 2. by Ferry, t; by i'nmn?t. 1. Wild pitch?Ferry, ITIt by her By Ramon, t (Wils n>. Time of Bftme, 1:42. t'hplres. Bronrnn snd Owrna. ? BARNSTORMING TRIP Philadelphia, September 11.?The world's champion Atllletlos trill go on barnstorming trip about October 26. wl.lrh will end In Culm. The men who will make the trip uro Co llns, Belt.-. MclhntJS, Barry, Dan Murphy, Eddie, Mlirphy. Brtii Lord, Strunk. Plank, Coombs, Brown, L?pp i:. 1 Thomas; l'lnns nro under way for ramos with Jacksonville, Louisville and n few iriOrij teams In the S'outhern States on the way to Cuba. SAYS WAGNER WOULD MAKE GOOD MANAGER Veteran Leader of Pirates May Retire at Lud of Season?Finds Bench Duty Irksome. hat do yo ; know au rihns Wagm rj will hager of the Pirat? Clarke, the v> to ttsb?rgh Pirates. i ? retire Is when the going la go. i ?. ? . ad nothing !..:* sjtli c. s.s lor twcl years; the idea of .anging on un t hey k. k you out as a plai ? i u fuiiin- depends entirely bit th? Pit back next yuai arid pay the (irlce, have to ?IviV jp that fanning Id As for s. jrou i an say for - best friends, lie's a smart bull m too. He'd make good as a manag lluokts Wngner for Job, ? llnrder to tlnnnge l ram Itench would have made the h'.trtrrst 'bloomer I ? ? ? ? a fact nevertheless^ Bench leaders a r. always 'bawling' the men for 'hohe': I fell I this year twice as bar ! as I ever did when ? mistake, sometime* when Its late to |>ut on the brakes. Your average - ? manager knows that ho makes 'em If oceasloi ally, arid la more apt i i ? <buso a player guilty of an error of omission. That's why 1 nay a bench manager sees too Much sometimes for ? "Bali players are as temperamental as grand opera slhgcjrSi The least thing will tipst.t '??in. iiiako 'em sulk thtir tents, Chuck It up and play Indifferently. The irion have t?, be handled with glovi ? rho have to bei driven, others require coaxing. And the ploying marihgor who Is In tlltt game evary .lay litis ;. d< ided udvant ? vor ihti rent who mtibt run his VVaddell lireateal I'ltelier. Oltirki .- ..: i!..- greatest bats? men the game has cv.,r produced. For \e.irs and years ho n.t .300 and over, i.. was a .SU'i batsman with l-ou'.s vllle fifteen yearn ago. and he hit .300 :, i Pittsburgh last y. nr. ? Who was (.he. greatest pitcher you ever batted against'." Inquired the Uu'.i waddell." replied '"lark-. "Ho bhjl more spued than any pltchi r, ? ? ? . was noiiie pltchei i ntrilry '.? t:.. to,. <,r he would ?. Old Quaker Whiskey has this indisputable i lairrt on your patronage it is heller i R. L. CHRISTAIN & CO., RICHMOND, VA. FOOTBALL DATES FOR WAKE FOREST Coach Thompson Will Be Forced to Pick Out Almost En? tirely New Team. ISpecInl to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Wako Korest. N. c.. September 11.? Manager George n. Harward, of the Wake Forest football team, has an? nounced the following schedule for the season of 1012: September 28?University college of Medicine- of Richmond, Vn.. at Wake Forest. October 5?University of South Curo 11 no, at Columbia. , <'ctober 1--University of North Carolina, ul Chupel Hill. October 13?Open. October :'t5?Washington and Lee. at LexlngtOn, Vu. November 2?A. & M.. of Raleigh, at Wake Fori st. November 9?Medical College of Vir? ginia, of Richmond, ut Wake Forest. November 10?Ualaudet, at Raleigh, (unsettled); November 28?Thanksgiving, David? son College, at Charlotte. Thla year's football team Is more of a puzzle to those Interested than anything else. The majority of the men on last year's team were seniors, which force:". Coach Thompson to pick nut almost an , ntlt'oly uuw team. The new men who have come In uiu ail gi 1 men,: but the team will be >??? p.daily weak In the back Held. Of tho old men back this year three were members of last year's ull-sliu? team. These urn Holding, tackle; Dunn; guai'd. and Utley, ciuurterbaok. All of these, with the exception of Ctley. are already baok in college and are hard at Work. Utlfiy, though, is Just getting over a s.iiria attack of malaria, a fever, and will not report for practice for ? wt ek. Of last > ear's team Just scvon men will report lor practice, and there Is little doubt but what tnese will aaaln be members of this year's eleven. The men include Carter, centre; Dunn and William, guards; Holding and Rrlttulu, tackles, with Faucette and U?ey in the buckfleld. Tho freshman class this year, though, hau some good mat' rial. A large bunch ? ?: candidates answered Coach Thomp? son's cail a<td well nigh fifty men re? port for practice every day. Tho schedule this year Is also a hard one. The tram plays no prelimi? nary practice games except with the second team, but instead Will Jump rinnt Into tho schedule. The first game is with the University Ci liege "f M< liclne "f Richmond. This will be the tlrst time that Wake For-, est have been pitted against the Meds, and as they are somewhat of an un- | known Quantity the outcome will be, looked forward to with Interest. The second game will be played a wick later with the University of South Carolina. Two y*ar* ago the Baptists played the Palmettos, only to lose out In the last quarter, 6 to This is the lust time the two teams have mil. and it is known that both have strengthened considerably since that time. Thi University of North Carolina Is the next college on t;;..- list. Since' football was stait.d at Wake Foiesl, after a laps* . : ilttetin ycWs, the Uap ti.-t.-, have fulled to beat the Tar Heels a s-it.gi? time, in fact last year was [I . known, though, that only on., of ! Carolina's last year's tnen are back ;i believed that the game will but Wake Pofest Hues up agalnsl tu strong squad Washington and Leo the following Saturday. The Baptists put up a good hard game against the The Medical College o.' Vlrgtlllu '.:??:; i will be pel.- for a game. The Medical Collegej like the University Colleg. of :.:.?:;? . is a.ii". an unknown w.u... Lliy. this Will be Hie Ili'St time that these two teams have tattled, and lip result ? ! Then comes Hie Fanners for a game ? was thought that tiie game WuUld be played in Raleigh; but it was filially ... .:.a to play it m Wake Forest as usual. The Farmers and t'? Wtptlsti tili.- war should pit up "ti-. of the hardest lights that Wake Forest win Th. 4ume with Gallnujlet, while not .,. finitely in ltl< ??. probably will be ar " inu ,1 ai I 1' SO lib' K?me will be . :' ."' ' Rtil. Igii. The A. .V M. .," ii been sc< .r.- i, and in case bh r '. ? ? intihl i - n be I oojehi d l>< tw ? en the two niiiiiiigers, the Hume, will be played in Raleigh. The Gallaydets always put out .1 good team, a;..; sue-. 1 .. I-.. , ?. ... .? arm playing for the first time ! seasop and mi neutral ground, a lively btuile will ba started. The lost I ami -f the .-? ai ? i"r .the Baptists chines oh Thanksgiving Da/ with David lit Charlotte. These - ? I will be d?ne The game this >var will teams played a good, hai l-fought, close garho last year and It promises' to be ? IORW.tR iig Up to the ninth ilp ani tuck between !.? t:.nr of which hod ItiliK a 11.an as far as 1 Son bed IN R. II. lt?, 1 I lUllltriah; Umpire, AVIATOR FALLS WHILE IN AIR AT WINCHESTER FAIR Badly Bruised on Body?Machine Is Wrecked?Results of Races. t Special to The Times-Dispatch.] "Winchester. Va., September 11.? While, making a sensational flight late this afternoon In a Curtiss biplane from the Winchester fair grounds, in the presence of upwards of 10,303 per? sons, William .s. Luckey, of New York, fell about ninety teet, striking tele? graph wires, then Into the branches of trees, and llnnlly landing in a rocky cut on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail? road, lie escaped with a severly in? jured it ne,. und numerous cuts and bruises on bis body. The machine was smashed to pieces. As soon as he staggered to his feet Luckey started off on a dead run for !:;?? fair grounds. He had made two unsuccessful attempts to tly, but went up gracefully the third time. When about 200 feot in the air, however, the macMne went wrong, and he was starting the descent when the accident occurred. The race events were the best In many years. Summaries; . 2C |>ac<?ilally R?he, l>. m., T. C. Johnson, I. !, 1; Anna Hallard. b. m., Robert Barr, J. 2, 's; Gertrude Dlrret, 1'. hl., B. K. Legg, 3. 3. 3; Dan Ruck. I'. s., .1. W. Mosby, 4, dis., Miss Flinch, b. uv. H. C Fawcett, ?, disj Time. S 1 -4 ; 2:19. 2:19. 2:1S trotting?Grace J., g. m., Wil? liam Nicholson, l, l, 1; Grr.c* Line, b. m., C. d Waters, 3. 4; Country Jake, b V. Henry Russell 5. I. "; Miss Kut shaw, b. tu.. J. R, Crawford 4. ?, 2: Lady of Lewis, b, m., Rennett Farm, 3, 1. 3 Time. 2:17. 2:1?. 2:lfi 3-4. One mile running dash?Gliding Reil, br. m.j m. Btlekley, 3, Helen D., br. tin., i i. T. Palmer, Cousin B., b. g., T. F., 2. dls. Time. i:f,o. One-half mile heats, running?Bally, more, ch, g., L. Lelth, l, 1. 1; Albia. I>. mi, Henry Russell, 2, 2, 2; Roanh?, b. m. o. SSaiock, 3, 3, 3. Time, jfjl, RACING PROGRAM FOR STATE FAIR Best Field of Entries in History of Association Is Predicted. 'ur'fnicn will gather at tue Virginia te Fair Grounds during the week October V f?r the best racing pro that has ever been otfered en siasts of ti-.e bit and spur In this The race committee, consisting J. T. Anderson) W. j. Carter and ih R. Page, lias arranged more ractlve features in the steeple- j i.-i , harness and saddle races than e over; becii provided before, elvo harness and nineteen saddle intsi are sir.icduled for the first live of the fair, and it is probable ?a a card <>t" live ra.es will be made for tho last day to suit the horses ?:i on the grounds, rhi increased Held of entries is gely due to the offering of larger rstss for the events, the prize? rang ; front to $2,000 for the Win rs, and rewards being fixed for llhls-.ilng second and third, i aggregate of $16,000 in prizes Is .?red. Pit ? ? os of the National Trotting soclatlon, of which the Virginia it.' Fair Association I? a member, 11 govern lit all of the racejs. and e events will be run olf with dls tcu. F. W Gerhardy is running ce secretary, and a Warwick, secre ry of the harness races Entries have been received from any Northern stock farms, and the ??hers of manj of t'.ia fastest horses 'lie State have filed application ankfl In the harness events there e t wentv-one entries In the 2:20 ? cli.g < 11 is, eleven In the 2:16 trot tig class and nineteen in the 2:2T "ttlng division. Track facjiitlea nt tie Fair Grounds e it, tin. hist condition. Tne oval ' trsc ..- a full mile In length, and iC grandstand will accommodate fj.000 :6t>le. All of the entrants have made all reservations. |BI ? ??BnHBDMHHHHBsMHBOg Seashore Trips The Vo-Chonge-of-C?rs Route. Only Three More Sundays N*p|itrml>cr rj'2, mi. ROUND TRIP TO NORFOLK, VIRGINIA III2ACII, OCI-1AA VIHW, CA PK HENRY. 2?FAST TRAINS?2 Leave Byrd Street station 8.10 A. M. and 3 A. M. Lcavo Norfolk 4:15 P. M. and :.io p. m. WKEK-END RATHS) Norfolk. }3 00; Virginia Beach. $3.26. On sale Fridays and Saturdays. Limit Monday following. c!MOTOR CARS Gordon Motor Co. FIRST FOOTBALL PRACTICE TO-?AY I Prospective Candidates for Grid | iron Honors at University Ready for Workout. i Charlottesvtlle, Va., September It,? In response to tlio call issued by Speed I IClltott, head roach of tho Virginia i football team, members of last year's eleven and prospective candidates for [ gridiron honora are arriving on almost every train for tho first day of pro llmlnary practice, which Is to-morrow. Tho quartet of players who have been on the scene for several days? Joe Wood, captain of last fall's eleven; Plchegru Wool folk, right tackle; Hoh? en Uooch, quarterback, and Blanchard, the former Colgate player?was aug? mented to-day by the arrival of Percy McDonald, of Hay St Louts. Miss. Mc? Donald, who is a student In the law school, would undoubtedly have made the varsity team last fall but for an Injury to his shoulder early In the sea? son. He played end on the University of Mississippi eleven oiio season, and in his first year at Virginia put Up a rattling game on the scrub team, being eligible for the varsity. During the past summer McDonald has been play ins golf In Birmingham, and looks to be In excellent condition. Despite his ai tlvc work on the links, he has gained considerably In flesh, and now tips the ! scales at 1D6, stripped?some fifteen pounds more than lie boasted of last fall. He thinks he has entirely re? covered from the Injury to his left shoulder. Warwick Landes, wh.. halls from the birthplace of Woodrow Wilson?Staun ton?and who won his letter last ses? sion both In football ami baseball, is also back ready for work. It is pos? sible that he will be tried out at end this falL He possesses an Ideal build tor that position, being tall and rangy and with ample weight?liiO pounds Me Is a vicious tackier, full of grit, hiB defensive work having practically won a place for him on last year's crack eleven. Geoffrey Walker, substitute guard last season, arrived last night from his home In Trenton, N. j. Ho exhibited a splendid spirit throughout the gruell ling period of practice last fall, and was used In one or more of t:..- games. It win be recalled that he was ., .. :.. ber of the l.awrencevllle eleven and a teammate of -Heavy Carter, the satlOn of the Virginia lit,., last yi ?:. Among the new material alrcadj ? :: hand Is Moomaw, big ta. ki< ,..,?; the J.-iferson School, this . .ty Moomaw was picked by critics last ?.. ?: !t! a position on the all-scholastic team of the State. He is said to be a good man on the ?lefcnslvo. Burkett M. Miller, of Chattanooga, who reached the university to-day. brought tho welcome news that ;:.) I inlay had determined jo re-enter college and would reach Charlottes VI He to-morrow morning in time to go out with the candidates in the ini? tial practice o: the Wagon. Tills news will be exceedingly gratifying l0 the members of last year's eleven, and to l-'lnlay's numerous admirers in col? lege, as it was rumored this summer that Ed. would not return to Vtig as he had decided to ?:.!?: business in his home, town, Chattanooga; 1 ... two reasons Pinta) has bejjjri given a piaujb by critic.-, on ihc All-South Atlantic football team. Be Is also backttop on the varsity has.-Pill team. Last spring he put up the best game in his career on the diamond. In May last he w is elected by hin fellow students a mem? ber of the advisory board of the Gen > :ai Athletic Association The undergraduates tea.hing col? lege have already begun lb talk foot? ball. Georgetown and Vandcrbllt must both be defeated this fall, they say with one accord. Throughout iho South gridiron enthusiasts will look forward with special Interest to the game between Virginia and Vanderliilt In Nashville. November 2| as tho re? sult will show the relativ, strength Of the elevens of Virginia and North Carolina, and of those it. the Mississip? pi Valley and further South These two Institutions have not met on the gridiron for a number .,f years, and the contest should prove one or th I most interesting of the 1912 season I_ I Tom Dodge, of Baltimore, the holder Of the title of champion Creek wres? tler, and Joe Turner. ,,i Wusim.gp.:.. champion middleweight wrestler "t the world, will come together In a catch-us-catch-can match, tw? best tails out of thi.e, at Broad Street para tiext 'Wednesday night. Turner, whu is lining engagements I In aouth Carolina, wires George Her? bert; the locaj promoter, ihiit he will come to KU htnoud arid meet Dodge in a tint.-:!: mutch. Dodge has offered to come within the limit of lis, pounds and wrestle Turner for the belt, provided Turner wiii put up a purse of not less than ?..uo. Turner stated at Broad Street I'Oik several weeks ago that he would wreStle any man In the world for any amount if the rules governing middle? weight wrestlers wore observed. Dodge's wrestling weight is 103 pound.-, five pounds above the middle? weight limit, but Turner declined 10 wrestle ii in at that weight with the belt up. However, Dodge flung the chulli UK.- at Turner that he would make the 158 pounds and pisit $G0U or $1,000. 'provided 'Turner would Uu likewise. Turner's acceptance of tho challenge causes locnl devotees of the game to look for one ,,t the best wrest!1 .g bouts of the season on Wed? nesday night. Promoter Herbert has been urged to arrange a match between Dodge und Itllllo Collins; ..r St. Louis. Collins !..:- appeared llerc twice, and has many friends, lit- is a clean, cle.Vcr wrestler, and there are mos. who bdlleVe he can best i lodge. Anyway, it would be a match tun ..f Interest, and would draw. It is up to Manager Herbert to pro? vide a large mat to cover the entire stage before, he puts on the Dodge burner or the Dodge-Collins bout. j Castro Wins in His Fight Against Bland I Special to The Tluiee-Dlspatch. | Portsmouth, V?.. September ll,? The rcalKMuHon of Charles T. Illnnd as president, treasurer and a direc? tor In the Portsmouth Baseball und Athletic V snoeliil Ion nn? binde pub. lie In-day. it. A. Hullocti will nne ,-reil hl Mi Ii s preslil.nl and Ircn-, lirer. Mr. Illnnil's Interesl In I he cliii, v*ai purchased bj of the directors, l.nu Castro will ninnnge tlx- team nexl yenr. ._.-I JOHNSON CONTINUES HIS LOSING STREAK Nationals' Star Twirlcr Drops Mis Fifth Straight Game. _ RED SOX CLIMB STILL HIGHER Athletics Defeat Timers, and i Browns Fall Before i Yankees. Cleveland. Scptembci 11.?Walter Johnson continued hl? ;..?.ng streak, dropping: hi* fifth straight game to-day to the n.ij.j j to 2. Ulandlng. who w:i? knocked out of thei box yesterday In a inning, came buck strong io-day und o?tpitched tili Washington speed man-.. Score: t levcliind. M asblngtoii. All It il (I a au H it O AI J'hnst'n, Id i g ie oMoeller, rt 3 0 I 1 U Chap'an, ss t o o 4 l K?ster, tb, 1 1 111 Turner, 3t>. ? l l ] 3Milan, ct.. 10 1 : Jackson, i! t j . o OUnndll, lb. 4 ?.? : 1 i Lajole, :a. 3 0 1 0 3Lflp'rto, -t, 3 0 1 0 ,i llondrlx. el 1 0 1 : O?liunkd, if 1 0 0 1 0 Uro m y, If . 4 0 2 I ,0.M'Brl'?, ?t> 3 1 1 (1 2 ' ?rlich, p. toot 2 Henry, <?.. 4 0 0 10 0 maud's, p. i I 1 I .'Juhnaon, j> 4 0 1 0 1 -Morun _p 0 0 0 (I Total? ...34 3 9 IT U ? Total? ..3: 3 ? :t '? ?Han for Johnson In ninth, s.-jrn by Innings: It Cleveland .: " 1 0 0 0 0 0 0*-3! Washington .19 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?3 Summary: Two-). hit M Bride. Stolen bases Foster, 1... ..... Jnckion, Johnston, j Double p ay-, Chapman to Lajole to John? ston; Tarn.-.- to Liijole :o Johnston. Left on batet Cleveland, t; Wathlngion. 7. first base on error? Cleveland, 1; Washington.!. First ban un hallt-Ofl Blahdlng, 4 Htruck Out?By Itlamllng 3. by .lohn?-.n. I. Hit by pitcher?By Tonni?h, l ?Lnjniek. Time of | ?am? : 1 i m pi res, O'LOughlln and West ervelti WHITE SOX ARE SHUT OUT ??-.??>. ??r"-ml.?r :! -The Bed So? de. .1 tili White Box again today by a t lie vlsli :? beg.ln to pound Cltotte. tu were mad, In this round. Eddie .. : > pieces In thu ninth, and the ? Button, t til, ago. AB K II O A AU K II 6 A 33 6 13 II Totals ...3S 0 4 27 17 . hi! by batted bail. FUTILE RALLY BY TIGERS r.oliy called Cobb out for it-i'l'lr.g out of the hattet ? box In the third inning, a spec tat?1 In tr.e grandstand hurled a botile at . . . C bb I.ad ?Inga d ami Built Scored on the >:..-. ite'd i?l?'y Several Detroit ;,:ayt,rs loud IJ protested. Slid Manas;' Jennings wag ?<nt to the clubhouse. .->?..-> Seated himself 011 llio bend instead 6i unl: / n:? petition In entj :.. I, and Connollj ba..?a hli woteh Cobb nnally went out. but the" wrang ?.. did hot *t..j> Vitt was also ordered to Aftei ? itottbl. Lake be .tarn? wild and Iiis support nt :o i>l< t? Philadelphia :.,:i bases wild on K. her, .-tea.lug eleven ... k* ? lillihs stain six .-ix r..r.s behind In the ninth I lining, Detroit made a rai.y and drove llou, k uft tn? mound. Score: IMilladrlpli'a. Detroit. A IS H HO A AB Jt u o A Murphy, rf. ~ - - 4 uilunh, ??... I I o j ? Maggvrt. bf i 1 1 3 0 ?Corrldon.. 4 1 ; 1 j i '..;lln?. 2b. i. 3 3 .' 3 ?.'rate',!. If. 3 0 0 3 0 :.. iet 3b.. ;; o 0 D 6 Cobb, rf... 1 3 3 1 0 M tnnls. lb i : : :: 0 V. ... h, c:. t t j 1 & . Barry; ss.. I 1 1 1 SOnslow-, :b i 1 1 jj 0 Egan, e ... .113 3 0Kocher, c 4 0 I ( ; llouck p.. 3 0 0 0 1 Lake, p.... 3 0002 . .1 pi 0 r, 0 4 Deal, 3b .. 1 1 s 0 0 l'i?nM. p... J " 0 n I)|Jones _ t I I 0 0 Tatals ...3? 913'MU Toial? .13 T il 27 21 ? . out for stepping out of the box. H'orrldcn, tl-.lrd bate and shorstop. [Batted for Lake In r!n>h. ? :by Inning?: n. lelphia . n 1 1 4 1 ? t 1 0?S Ii? :r...: .3 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 4-7 summary: Two-bat* hits?K?cher. I.ou den, Wnlsln Pabrlflre lilts?llouck <2>. ?,ic rltieo llles?Crawford veach. Stolen basea-rCobb <:>. Mugger I ??..?:m? (?;.. Mi tr.nl?. Murphy. Baker. I'ouble play? Harry to Collins to M< tnnls. !.??:; on bases? l-hlluilelphla, 9j Detroit) 7. Klral base on errors-Philadelphia. B Hits?Off Hoiiek. '.0 In S 1-3 liiriingal tifl i'lahk. 1 In 3-3 ir.n'.nx. First base on balls-Off llouck, i: off Cova leski, l! oil Lake. 1 Struck out?By Lake. 1. by llouck. : Hit by pitcher?By llouck. I (Cobb). Wild pitch?llouck. Blank (2>J Passed hail ?Kocher. Ttin^ of game, 2:10. L*mp*ires, ?'or.noily and Hart. LOSE ON ST0VALUS ERROR Stj Loiils, Beptcmbir 11.?An error by Manager st..c.-iil on an easy pup fly in the . (till ^..ir;.-.l khe Yankees on their way to two r'uhi and a :. to ( victory to-day. Tho Browns rnlli^d In their part of this round and whacked Caldwell so severely ihat ha gjivi way to War hop. Without Stovall'a muff the llimwns would have breesed In one run to the good Score: f-t. Louis. New \urli. a B b HO A All It It o a Shut ten, cf i 0 0 2 OM'MII'n, ss 3 0 1 2 0 Jentsen, rf. ? 1 -' ?< OMIU Iff, :.. 1 (1 1 1 .1 Itogan, if-, h \ ,1 i ID.mhis. If ? <? 2 t 11 Pratt; 5b... 3 1 2 0 CLetiyeit, cf 5 0 1 ?> f. filov?li. ih. 300 17 2 Sim ons. !b 3 0 0 I :i v<?> 3b. '? 0 0 1 OSterr'tt, lb 4 I 1 10 1 1 Wallace, bs :: 1 1 1 ?Harren. .-; 4 1 1 3 0 Stephens, c 1 0 1 3 JSiveehey. <? " 1 1 4 2 Powell, p.. 2 0O2 tCnld'ell, p 3 7 1 0 1 Baum'er. p 1 0 0 0 1 Warhop, tl n 0 0 0 1 I ?William? . 1 0 ? 0 t) Totals ...31 4 5 27 H Totals .. 33 t 9 27 11 ?Bitted for Powe!! In seventh. Fr?re hy Innli'.Rs: B. St 1 ouls .0 0 0 0 n r. 0 4 a?I New 'York.? 0 1 a 1 0 1 2 o-S Summary: TVo-base hits?MccllUn. w.n ; ta.-e Three-besfl hit?t*llvelt, Daniels. Sac? rifice hits?McMillan (2). 7*ldklff. Double niav.-Ho^ati t?i Stovall: Powell to Rtovall to Stephens. Left ?.n bases?81. Louis. <:: Ne4r York. S Hlts-Off Powell. 7 lit 7 In? nings- off ralctwell. e. first base en bnlls riff Caldwell. :.. oft" Powell. Struck out - By baldwell. 3; be Wsrhop, 1: by Baumg.irt 11,- i Hit hy pitcher?By PciWell, 1 fDan lels'i. Time of game. 1:15 Umpires. Beans and Bgsil. tldil-1 tdlnw?.' I'lenlr. Tueknhoe Lodg-, N- 163, of the Interna? tional Order bl Odd-F.ellows, is planning a picnic nt Bldge Church t..r Wednesday, September IS. a committee Is nt work :.r rangtng f?-r ihe nventi a crowd of ISO le expected t<? enjoii the festivities. American League RESULTS VESTERDAT. < Ihlcngo, oi Muntun, a. St. I out*, ??: Ken Vork, f>. Cleveland, :i; Washington, 2, Detroit, 7; Philadelphia, 7. STANDING or TUB 1 11115. Last ' lUb. \\ ,,n. [.oat. P.C. Year n?*ton .tti as .7P_ Phlludelphlu .. so ,vt .602 .<!.'-7 Waahlniiloo . . so ..-,n:t . tao Chicago . ot us ,4sr, ,403 ?'"In.lt . QU 7.t .450 .<?):? Cleveland .... Sil 7 1 .44-t ,B30 n<-? Vork. -is si .3,14 ,530 SI, l.ouln. 4.% s7 ,34| j?gg WIIBRK TIUSV PLAY TO-DAY. W aahluntoti a( 1 \r\eland. Philadelphia at Detroit. Ncii ^ nrk nt St. l.ouln. Huston nt 1 nlcaso. SIGHT SEEING HURT BATTLE AXE But Richmond Team Will Hu3i band Its Energies Saturday to Avenge Defeats. Confident of their ability to takn both Of the return baseball games from, the PepCO team, the amateur chanxl plons of Washington, the Battle Axek pennant winners of Richmond will gc? into the double-header at Broad Streeb( Park Saturday afternoon with revenge. written al! over th< Ir features. De ; Ite 'he loss of both games last week., and the realization that they must win. both ends of Saturday's double bill to. remain In the running. Dr. Parker's players] count upon evening up tho score. And while no complaint has been made about the loss of the two. games at Washington, the Battle ax.-b, say there was a reason, which will be. lacklna In tho next contests. According to a member of the team who ?gured In the double defeat, tho Richmond team suffered from a bel>f that an extended tour of sightseeing would not handicap them in their play? ing. Upon arrival at thi Pennsylvania Station the players went out upor. 1 lark with all of the avidity of ? honeymoon couple from the backwoods visitin? Dr. Wiley's metropolis for the first time, and It was 3 o'clock in ths still and small hours before they iched their hotel for the necessary (dumber. Aft.r a casual nap. they breakfasted and took In all of the mu? seum* after the fas;.ion of a six-week tour through Europe, when lo, and be? hold! the first game was called, and they did hot have enough vim to wipo the dust from the home plate. Thesis slight lrr-gular!t|es were due to the absence of Dr. Parker, who did not reach Washington until Just before the game The team will go into the Karmin Saturday with Its accustomed vigor, undlmrhlshod by trips abroad, and the result Is expected to be qulto Kelley-Springfield NUF SED CHEMI COMPANY, 629 E. Main Street. - - Richmond ,Va Personality vs. Salary It is to your own advantage that you improve your appearance, as it is very beneficial iror.i a money stand? point. Fall models are here, SI5.00 to $40.00 KAHN'S of RICHMOND, 714 E. Broad Street. flmuotrmcnto BIJOU This Week Matinees Tue?.. Th?rs, and Sat. James Forbes'a Comedy Drama, "The Traveling Salesman" A Riot of Comedy. Sexi Week-The Angelus." The Little Theatre M \ l TO THE EMPIRE. Re Vftcruoon 10c Bvenlnga ._. ,,, 7 ,.. vt. 7 to 11 p. M. Four moving pictures and a song, twO pictures of which are brand-new. Special seats reserved for nurses with child!. n, each until 7 r. M. BASEBALL Intercity Championship, RICHMOND vs. WASHINGTON Two flames. BBOAD STREET PARK. Saturday. September It. "JillO P. M. Bowling Alleys Eighth find Broad?Basement. Third und Broad -Basement Cool Electric Fans. LADIES AND GENTS.