Cm*M. Of? Run for Its Mossy
%tbtaMcilit 6H Favorit?,
' f . Is Beaten.
Ttmt twatmt horses fro** Vsasssss.
Petersburg aa* ^clrrnond fMtutd in
the rlssJaffassFs ears at Ifta Vargtala
?ata Fair, as* furnished ea after
??on at pleasure ta thousand* in the
grende*an*. ? Bar Cliff, owned, br O.
C Bran ton. of Mactagsss, won tbo first
race, a See ana one-half furlong dseh.
la X:es i-i; Agnes May. owned by A.
H. Martin, finished second, and Xlalo
Horndon. owned by airs. J. McCairtay.
The secand race furnished a cjose
finish, when Veno Von crossed thai
wire with OrBaon, owned by W. C
Seuaders. contesting by a bead, white
Thetis came Bt for third money.
David Dunfop's chestnut gelding,
Takahl ra. winner of one cace at this
meet, went the Are furlongs la
third race la l:fi ?-5. crossing
wire a good lead ahead of Hude s Sis- j
tar. sesond, and Baadaga, third.
The fourth raos. one mile, was the
most Interesting event of the after?
noon. Boso F.. with Jackson up, took
the lead at the start and was never
beaded, though Bins Mouse, with
Pickets up. marts It a head-to-head
finish, sad htoUle 8, with Dennison
up. ems third, jest half a length from
the nose of the winner.
Ponies owned by Troop A, Fifteenth
Cavalry. United States Army, raced s
quarter-mile for a silver sup seat fur?
nished an event of interest. CMnger
came in* first in twenty-nine seconds,
with Wllmlna a close second, and
Mountain Rose, third. Reno sad Red
Pepper were close on to the lead
The sixth and last race of the aX
rnoon was for 'hunters and went
for a ntUe and one-half. Twprlght, of
the Richmond Stables, with Forbes up.
nosesil the wire s length ahead of
Ben Cola. With Campbell up. lady
Frances, with Redress up, was third,
while Lucille XX. H. Beat tie. ir.'i
chestnut mare, suffered an injured I
ankle and did not contest after thai
first half-mile. Mr. Seattle was upM
and finished with his horse five)
lengths in the rear.
Ftrst race?for three-year-olds and
upwards, started but not placed, first
or second at this meet; purse *?*0;
and one-half furlongs Bay Cliff,
i, its. won; Agues May, b. f, lit.
; Elsie Bernden, b. U 10?. third.
Tims, 1:?? 4-5. Ursa Major, Silver
Looks. Virginia Cop. Uaste Hoover,
Beeonsf race?for three-year-olds and
upwards, started but not placed first
or second at this meet; purse MOO; five
one-half furlongs?Veno Van, eh. j
111. (Jackson), second; Thetis, he. m,|
1U. (Dennison). wonA Orrtson. ch. g.,
lit, (Dunlop). third. Time, 1:0? 1-8
Suaan, Peep Over. Gold Chech and
BUUs Hibbs. also ran.
Third race?for all ages, non-win?
ners of two races at this meet; purse
1200; five furlongs?Takahira, ch. g.,
IIS. (lewis), won; Huda's Sister, b. m-.
10?, (Adams), second; Bondage, b. g
108, (Walsh), third. Time. 1:01 3-5.
Davy Cole. Graf a. Ge-iinda, Fanehette.
Garden of Roses, also ran.
Fourth race?for three-year-olds and
upwards, non-winners of two races
since October S; purse. ?200; oas mile
Rose F. b. m. 111. (Jackson), won;
Blue Mouse, br. f.. 111. (Plckett).
second; Hollle 6. b. U 111, (Dennlson),
third. Time. 1:4?. Sarg. Kirk, First
Peep. Profile, also ran.
Fifth race?for ponies us sad by
Troop A. Fifteenth Cavalry. U- S. A.
For silver cup, catch weights, quarter
xnile-HGipger. <f (Greene), won; Wil
mlna. (Sergeant Manley), second;
Mountain Rose, (Roayack), third.
Time, 2? seconds fiat. Reno. Red Pep?
per, also ran.
Sixth race, tor Hunters, weichte ltd
pounds, parse. ?50 and silver cap to
winner: one and one-half miles?Top.
right, b. g, (Forbes), won; Ben Cole,
ch g., (Campbell), second. Lady Fran?
cis, "b. m. (Redress), third. Time, 3:51.
Lucille D also ran.
_?__j Batest .
The Invtr.c!o>? or Richmond went* to
ter yesteraay sfternoen and defeated the
<~heater High School elevoa tut The
team* w*re eveaty matched la Weight, bat
the vpeed and splendid team work of the
la^mclbiea was shews la several pretty
pays Tb* liae plunging ef MontsYStery
ana the broken field asant&c ef Word and
Bramble were the features. Bet once dnr
isg ??>" ram*, was the seal iiae ef the Ia
*lxe!t:?e in, oaager. All of the playing was
????? la Cheaters territory.
B satOTi (Rampdea-SMaey). was r?ferro,
an? Ryler ?ehester Rick School), umpire.
!?..??? wttfc ? run tfa*t wti?iiw.
?vtyttrfafr tr? V?<*i *?? rjwwa. " "
m+Mmn U? mtU* ?*rt*o. Um Ml
o( ?rfttMr w ?U ??tr?4 *iwu?*!
Bot of "tto* *? ta* f^*** ?** <??)? P?** J
"Twm ?tw thus tram chlldheodS
I've asea?my foadesi ?ose decay."
After Sil the talk it remained for
htarquar*. aad Bssisst te sts? forward
with the seat ?tuff shows, sad neither
was ranked s?ten? the star hopes of
Bedieat allows* three hits easiest
Matty's five, sad eatsMe of Doyle's
ose eoeUr sttp. the daf espies plap
wsa sharp and brOiisat with Bootes?
I as dins; Xa addition te irWiP*HTc that
tiasoly trials, Btere Terkea added fur?
ther lustre ta his fame with aasthar
brilliant display at Seeons, where bis
errorless bail was a potent teeter. The
I supposedly weak cos; ta the Bad seat
machine has been Its Strangest point
both ha the Held and at the hat. Pits
battlac has bees timely, sad In a flow
of difficult chances he has pet *? make
bis Bret error la are asmsa.
IB the sssflna up no sisbmea whs
sear entered a worst strlss oaa shew
the touch break which htatkeweds has
encountered. The Olaat veteran has
pitched two sames. and fa these two
Saasa the steal champions have earn?
ed but one run against his work. Ose
earned run across nlnstaea rousjds, and
yet he Staads without a Victory .to his
credit. Where he -might have ones ted
oa both starts.
afcOraw's last hope sow centres oa
Rube Marquard. his Spiral southpaw,
who holds title to the sole Giant wie.
On Monday, in New Tork?upon his
satire battlefield, surrounded by the
folks at home?the eminent Babe will
make bis last stand against Jos Wood.
There Is a chance, of course that
Stahl will send In Bay Collins, his
best left-hander, but It isn't likely, for
the strategy of the same demands
Wood, who win he rsady with a three
This shift win sirs Stahl s chance
to use Wood later on In the decid?
ing cattle, If the Giant* should rally,
lesd s forlorn hope sod tie It up. If
Wood was saved until Tuesday, after
Marguard had ' beaten Collins. Which
on form be should do. a victory by
Teareau over Wood would leave Stahl
facing his final came with his star
worker cut of commission. Xt will be
Marquerd against wood to a certainty,
and a same worth watching from
> Tee Btamr -Ms."
If Marquard beats Wood, Teareau
will step forth against Bedient, and
should Teareau win his first- game,
Matbewson win close out the show
against Wood rou Wednosdaq. But
there sea toe many "ifs- here to be
worth aar farther comment beyond
tbe aast game.
To-day's ffams' leaks to he the de?
ciding factor, aad It was played be?
fore a record' crowd In record time
for world series play. Thirty-five
thousand saw the struggle sad roar?
ing, raelag aad eheering the Bed 80s
fans stormed en- the Sold after the
contest with the whoop of aa Apache
horde celebrating a harvest of pale?
face scalps ' '
The quick tarn la ths series after
sn even start came when the Bed Sox
settaetL la then- flgst sumea they
played far below form?were nervous
and were over-eager and drew only
average pitching. But oaee back up?
on their feet, with tbe edge worn
sway, they settled Inte s tar steaSier
swing than the Giants, and walls glv<?
ing ae better pitching, proved to be
there wtth the old punch la the pinch
and defensive play that had New Tora
outclassed. No Infield work has over
surpassed the form their quartet has
shown to data. ?
The Giants may now ??T ?**
eies to seven games, fncradlng the
tie, but they must skew ?sprovaeaent
all around to make a flerbt of It down
to the anal contest
* (Continued from Birst Tage.)
the edge es their Be* and ataa.cos
Both offensively aa* defensively, the
Ashlaaders shews* superiority. M the
spiders ever hope to have a cosmos
in the Eastern Virginia IntercoTlsclaas
football race fhsy mast show far asses
than they have shews up to the pres?
ent time. Outside of> the work of
New Line of Wonders
Just Put on Sale
REGULAR $16.50 and $1840 SUITINGS. AU#(
new styles, fresh front woolen anils. Many kinds of M
BROWNS, BLUES, GRAYS. They ar- "EVERY
THREAD ALL WOOL." Made to measure Guar?
anteed to fit. Not $18.00. not $16.56. not $1500,
Greatest Btsnjslos erer offered In assMimon. Get
look at our workmanship. See if they are not better than any
sold in this city at $15 ?0. Remember. OUR CLOTHES HOLD
THEIR SHAPE. The stsouMers never sac. the fronts do ik* carl
That's baaan all oar goons are COLD-WATER SHRUNK- Oar
coats are made with the beat French hair riot h and canvas irosrts,
fitted to yew form and HAND-TAILORED BY EXPERTS.
Fear haadiiil other styles front $19Jt up to $4t.tt.
on C Stout & Co.
_... * MB. e*d *?**m\ ?t ?aar
t?r. I? tks W eartld? i>taHesa.
im purum * m*^??t *****
tarn ****** s-wwed i> w***m\ Uek of
Ttar? #0?*?, Plsyiu?^?^Jj*
numerous ?W?*t?uat4-? to.Skat? **?*?
Mit * a> arres??*
opportunities said trouble for h?
ttMkrUt eadh?is<a?***^ ?*
fsasiveiy. ?? ?li^li^f*^ *r
fansiveiy. he fksahled
whieh cam. hl? W ?r* .??**. ?f*"1*
tec, for at leaat two 1 tee el>a?*tns
Tf Coaah Duale* ** ?? ?^s***;
winner, he stoat first tarn, aut a aosx
S asU^ld yeateraa*. there U ?ossll
chanc? of It ever scoria. agatest any
of tbs teems sohedulad lar gasneeOf
reneirety. ins Spiders ara preoUcslly
ftns few plays irilA tot* *^_r*!*!
[vised ara So obvious that eran a saedl
,'efce dstsnss can suess tttsn wtthoet
! any exertion. Only ones.?4 the tsaav
show aar dsfonstre pr?w?-*- ^*
aa it may ha the Richmond CoUe*e
?leven at this WrltJa* is ***
a wiunsr. _ ? _ .
Hopkins, captain af the Teltow Jack?
ets, was the star of the oar. Twice
he crossed the local coal line, and ou
inontaraMe occasions stopped well
Intended Spider plays beftrfe they w.re
started. Every end ran waa spilled
by Hopkins with the assistance of
Bans before, they wars started. Toons
LMge, a brother of the Lesses who
hare niade a wonderful reputation tor
themselves at Blaaksbur*\ played his
guard with all the are and dash which
marke? tba work of bis brothers dur
lns M?slr football career.
Neither team is strath* to puntlmf.
a defect which Is ?eins to tali when
tba season ts further advanced. As
it stands now Baoulolpfc-Macon ttnoosk
tioaabiy baa a batter team than "Rich?
mond College. The same yesterday
waa merely aa exhibition, and of
course d?ss not count in the champion?
ship race. Bolt hath teams must show
marked improvement toefere either eaa
hops to win sssinst William and
Mary and Haasodaa-SMnsy.
The- soorin* Was dons to.the first,
sseond as* fourth periods. Hopkins,
attar a fumble In the ttrst period, car?
ried the bail over and theo failed at
kicking ?oul Bane, after bis team
bat carried the. hall to tba Spiders'
eight-yard Una, was over for the sec?
ond touch-down in tba second period
and Hopkins again failed ts kick
SoaX Bichmond CoHecre. after attempt
ins; a kick, guvs'the visitors a safety
when Ferguson threw bis man back
of the defensive B?al Hoe.
In tba last Quarter Hopkins smashed
ihe right side of the Spiders' Hne
and want over for his sseond touch?
down and the third of too game This
time he kicked goat* m?kln* the final
score 11 to i
Following Is tbs susBssary aad line?
Line-up and siuumsry
?Richmond if. Randolph
College. Position. Macon.
Hutchison... right ?ward..Lssse,
r (Hears) \
Buval........right tackte-.... .Turner1
Rieley.left half eSxfc.-...Cleatea
Jones.riebt halt hoe?/..TTray'
Touchdowns?Hopkins? (T). Bane.]
Safety?Fergusson. GseJa.fr xn towch
dpwns?Hopkins OSScfiw: ghsu^gttrm.
referee; Witt, empire. Titos of ?aar-1
tern, 1? minutss sack. Score: Jfan-.i
doIph-Macon. 21; Itlikpinl Cells**. *.j
' r r ii Ii i
mtm$% .be wiMf'hy?'
rWlM ? llfesb>ll
?????? ? ? ? ^BaJaesowaa? 4V? "< ? t-w
C^tala WUlisme, ai
Wh?TC St OS?*, frhf
ha? ameered awm rt
?aaoalo? ?eai*sr ?ssf apa^r-" ?
for oao -?asdlffJ^^a^ErnS
?*? erere-m. Hai eaaafc aC ? fw*?)
ateOra**, of tt* tomm*^'^**}**
Uke a retssaa, .. . . ? ? ']
The aar was eatiraty W.
football. Tb? asjfcrfers W**^?W
?er* were ??* ?** ;*?f_jfe.
,WKU. Jeareclr I**-'
the sates. Tb? small
aally walle _
The apeetstots- ~
the sates. ^ *gStaal? ef
sart doe either to the ?Wuewteay ??
STaraw!^ te ^S^^eefotT
the par* or the ?asass^^oSJtf ??;
elala la ordajriejg F^"**^****!
carried a ?oarter of a,mOa fda? ah?r
that many pereoss IlWW?1 *?V^
gsm?, rather thea walk kaek, s*te?e?
the Fair Orotukoa. , , r.r.
were earned. The Ore* 0*^V**fcw.5r^
miaute? of ?hty. ?Wf^^^lt
eft. hjaeferlae. made a fjf^^
ana res the bell has* t"^*"!*":
SoV sr? ties, ?k???"^stltfZg
picking a Sos? ?m*atm?_^^t*%^
Unas oneaed ap witb/eiara*
the line, again pieke? khi *^**?*?zr
8ft toaWe^ftfiaea yards,
leys* pas. he -sat l^f^^J^
place far tea yards end the ?***
S^r?, Crawford missed ss easy trff
hat after three ineffectual aterapta ta
Bawling* fum Med, hot regaining the
forward .pass far a gain of free Ty?*
the *twe5re-ysrd ttae- Kad of,
"oTtwo llae PtBmres ??f???*--T
T?ters ^^ JSLm*^^ "t5?
their opponents *rom ?^,J^^V9f~
plena, boweeor failed, jf^f^g.*
forward pass. Btearsthtd "?*** *S5f
caught the b-" * dtaVmR angle
sad aster a ~- -
cresee? the ffOST
D?ring the remain
and in the lent half,
ed s elaggtah gasrw
the players w<r? ,o?amwi
was Orst la -fa*- peemas
side sad thesv tbe'wibse.
play waa patted. esT Whoa
ceiTed a beastlfal pane frc
?see. After g?*ag
wss dowsed and the ?. . ~.-?
? Mr Ree)
*? aae* up htoa*??
[?? ***** twliri M "~
they tu? tJMMil
tartoa fwBtoto "!fjBto^.jJ|W-j
a' leap' wee ? haply
to Mt.0 tltUSS tM?l|,l#^
WcelfeUs. - ..rieht tackhtv. .
< Jett,'? Browa) ?
axsoa... ..left bait back.
(Oeeeh) ' r ' ?'ni 'M,
periods, tea mlnutea
Tbey Detcatt WtlBaaB and .toy;
" Aifra^ttikn "'
starred. whUe J. ,Wri**t.j
?01. aad BHtaer aaaadd the
tar Wintens and Mary. drbOj
MUiafr? r?Tl back
, Vaeft half-..
'(T?*.shi?> f ' ?
*ipTs.,.7.. caarter hack
senna fattn? U F. Palace 1
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