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Entry List for Marathon Closes on
BIG ED. REULBACH
'} ? ,:h < >utliit. Giant? Win First
(i. 'lie in Final Clash
r I CHER'S ERROR RESPONSIBLE
' ,1 Threw (Jives New York
So rod On Oncc.
y. W September "J I. --Although
? s i ithit tlu- (.Hants to-day,
it i< !? .!<:? r. won - to 1 U was a
? ?s' :11 !?? between Christy Ma
? I- I ' P.ig Kd" Kuelbaelc. Tho
v s worsted, *1uo to Shortstop
t : ror.
? Superbns score*! tlie.lr only run
iv.h ?: three Singh'* In u row
l"' ? t. Daulort and Smith Tito
(.|o tu ? iM the last half of the
U'.or Meyers's triple, Kisli
. tj.'ov.. two singles una .1 sae
Brooklyn. New YorU,
AH 11 )t O A AB ft II O A
rf . 6 0 1 t " S'pras* ? 1 * ?? - 2 P
?. :j? 0 1 ? 2 Doyle. 2b.. 2 0 <? 1 3
'40'' Klet'er. ss. 4 ' 0 3'
I-' < 1 1 ? Burns. If . 2 0 0 3 t>
:? *.l < 1 2 S 1 Sliafer. ob 3 l> 1 4 J
r! .. 4 ] 2 Murray, rf S 0 0 3 0
t 1 1 2 .Meyers, e.. 2 112 1
J"'.- hr? 1.4 0 0 7 M Lean. <? 1 ? I 0
0 1 p Merki*. lb 2 1 1 * C
Vine t'.. 1 0 1 (i <"? Mafsoti. i> S 0 1 0 a
* !:it! 0 0 0 0 0
? r: i 11 21 13 Total* . : 02:11
i'v ! f P.eu'ba h in ninth.
;? Vi?her in ninth.
ore by inning*: n.
?<? . k n 0 ft 1 ?! 0 0 3 ft?1
Kpye York 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 \--2 1
.- iiy: K.-rors fisher. IteuIi'Hoh and
1' : h? . Two-bahit Wheat. Three-buso
1 :t Meyerr. Sa.rlt'ce lilt lt?y|r. Sacrifice
f ? ylf St.-len base.- .Smith. Shafer.
"\V: ? sre-iKT Double pl.?>s -Vleteher
1 V1"!* her to Daubert. Left ? > 11 bas?
v-u r. ? -k. ? Brooklyn. Struck out By
M a: .-on . b> Beullach. 4 Hit bv (tltch
rr !:? :lb:."h. Si.afer. Wild pitch Beulbach. j
1 ? ; ir>-?. K .'vn i:? ?! < ?rth. Tlaie of traiiic,
3.; Attendance, ?.0?.
PHILLIES SPLIT WITH BRAVES :
Philadelphia. September 24.?The ?
n lliavi-s anil the Phillleji split a
ilouble-header tllis afternoon, the \i?l
toi> taking the first -i to 0 unci losing
the second 11 to
Rudolph's pitching: was the feature
of the first contest. He ?li?i not issue
a ;>asf, and allowed the Phillies but ;
three hits, two of which were made by
11:?11 ?= Lobvrt
Both teams hit the ball hard in the
second session, but th^ Phillies bunched
their hits and ran better on the bases.
Perduo was knocked out of tho box in
the first innhiu. and I'avis, who suc
ceeded him. was also easy for the
l>oolnites. Th? scores.
I llOT ti.V.ME.
AH 11 It O A All R 11 O A I
1<nab', . 4 ?' 4 Ma'vllle, 1 ^ 11 li 4
llr. krr . t 4 0 0 1 I' Mutin. If r? 1 1 : ?)
rl. rv. . < ? 1 I Swep'y. -b. 4 1 'J 2
:! 4 " ,l 0 Srh'W.lt. lt>. 3 0 ^ K 1
Cravath. rf 'J 0 0 l i1 Xlntt. <-f 41120
l,u<.?-Tun, lb 3 (? 1 13 1 ' irinitli. if 4 " 0 0
IlAoWiU. J t' ? \ Suilth. 3b.. 4 0 13 0
Kililfcr. c.. 2 0 0 ti 1 Karblen, r 3 1 1 4 n
Seitton. p.. 1 0 0 0 4 ltuUoIpli, i> 4 1 2 0 0
Breniian. p 1 0 0 0 2
t.?evore* 1 0 0 0 u
r.efd. p?"... 00000
Bun - e,.. 0 0 0 0 0
Mlllert .... 1 0 ft ft 0
DuncanL... 1 0 0 0 0
'I ? t . - . 31 (?_ ". 27 IS Totals ...32 4 8 2i 7 1
'HauM Seatou in sixth.
iHatteil fni l>nolan in el(?hth.
: H. '.ted fr. 1 Killlfei' in eighth.
!-. ore I v lnnir.es: IJ
H>, u>:i 0 00030001 -4 i
I't.; a'ieljtli la ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0!
s :inmaty: Krior?>?Maruuville. Sehinidr.
Ki'.'.'.fir, teuton. Two-base hits?Mann and
?/.Iht S.i -IJke hit? Maranville. Stolen
bast- Ix.bett I>ouble playb?Maranville t?i
>'< hin- t; r t'. Knabe to Luderun First
l . -? < n ball- tiff Seaton. 4. oft Brennan, 1.
V. out By Budoii>h, by hVuton. 4.
Time of yame, 1:12.
A B It H OA AB It II O A
Knab- . '. .: 2 1 Ma'vllle. Ft f 0 0 1 3
B'' ker. ? J 4 . 2 S 0 Mann, If.. 4 2 3 1 0
l.'iaert, ?l . 12 11 Svee v, 2b. i> >' 0 4 f>
Ma?ee. '2210 S. h l it. 11>. !? 0 3 f. 0
t ravatii. r: 4 1 : 3 1 /.in!, if.... 0 1 1 :: 1
1. . ?: IV. 4 2 _ : : r?; I'tuib i f I 1 1 0 '1
i' ? .an .01 .}? s14v<tVi :*i) . l 2 ?
1 ? i: . 4 0 t; Whallup. 1 ?t 1 2 0
M .<. ? r. |i ? ft a 2 Peril U< p.. '? 0 <? 0 0
' : p 1 0 0 0 I' I ta vt-. ]. 1 " e 0 J
CJcw<ly, 1 o tt t, (.
.1 nines )).. 3 0 2 0 1
Myers*.. ..1 1 10 0
Tylerf 1 0 o 0 0
?:???? -5* II II ;t Totals .. 41 ? II 21 11
' 1 llallllK !'i \
; l(.r Uavis In fifth.
ltiiiltiK : P.
i> ' h i o ft ?? 2 : ft o i ii
' ; : * % 4 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 111
Krrer- -S( hniliit, I)a\ls l.n
' t: ' - ' i.se l it- Knabc. Myei -
M, Sclimblt. Be. ker < 2i.
1 ' ' -" ' 1 avath. Home run I.udor
1.. Ito..Inn. I'irs' base on
v.s . i rt Mayor. 2. <>!f f'amiilt/.
' - 2 t : i.:.t- Bv Davit. 1; by
1 ? ? ? . 1 t'atnnitz, 2. 11 it
' .? ' -.Miii: .. l.'n.iiires. l'.lclei iiinl B\
? ' - ? . a:ne. - ej. Attnuiur.te, 3,.V)0.
PIRATES DEFEAT CUBS
. S. jitembei r-l.?The Pl
i defeated the I'ubs Ii to 2 hero
1< ?'???>. Kvero'a errors and CJioney's
? Mil! r t'spoi.siiile t'o the de
'? Tie wiM p;tches atnl a pass.
? ' \ :h an eirt.t by the Cubs' mati
1 t.t: !.ut '1 "ii S. vt nth Pane, j
I Fall Fashion
r*i . i
Cloth.-* l:.. ? 1..? ve the nobby.
!? the : ? ld:o k with
t ? " \ ! tt -it: sn pm -l ripe has
tl ?? .t'ff rt nt !? r. ma !e in
l.i.yllKl., N't. Fifteen I)ol
lnis. la now on display.
Kahn's of Richmond
Tlie Toggery Sliop
713 East Broad Street
Gordon M otor Co.
ALL. THE NEWEST SHAPES. I30TII
f>OVr AND STIFF.
'CROWDS WILL SEE
DUAL TRACK MEET
Athletes of Life Insurance Com
pany and First National Bank
Captain A. R. Kcrsliaw, of the Life
Insurance Company of Virginia A. A.
A., is hard at work putting tiio finish
ing touches on the dozen promising
athletes who will represent his asso
ciation at the ilnal meet at Byrd Park
.Saturday afternoon, when tho associa
tions of the Life insurance Company
| of Virginia and tho l'irst National
' Bank will clash for the first time in a
series of meets for the final ownership .
of the handsome trophy put up by the
The Life Insurance Company of Vir
ginia boys are as follows: A. R. K< r- j
1 shaw, owing to n severe injury In row
? inn, is unable to enter any of the I
i events, but kindly offered to captain i
' tin; team and train t!ie men; John Ry- ,
j land, a first-class all around man, es
l peeiallv good at from ?40 to n mile
'and winner of tli? all-around senior!
J championship medi'l at the l.ife In- j
surance Company of Virginia meet held
on August 23
ityland Lucy, the fourteen-: ear-old,
ninety-pound midget, who was placed
in all of the junior events at the re- j
cent Life Insurance Company ot' Vir
ginia niftat. winning four lirt-ts. one sec
ond. and one third, also the junior all- |
around championship, and who iticl- j
j dentally ran within three-fifths of a ;
second of the world's record when lie'
won the sixty-yard dash in seven sec- I
; onds fiat. Lucy will run in tho 220,
' and possibly in the one-half mile re
la > ?
K. I. Betts, sprintT and high jumper,
i who was tho runner up to Rylai.d^ at
| th> Life Insurance Company ot Vir- ,
glnla meet, and who finished only one '
point bi'hliul the winner. An idea ot
the sprinting ability of Hetts may be
had from his performance at the meet .
above referred to when ho won the
seventv-live vard dash in eight and ;
mn -tlf'th seconds. Just three-fifths of a 1
si ond behind the world's record f-?r
the distance Retts Is expected to take
tin sprir.ts, and tile man who tops him
in the high jump will have to qo well
above five feet.
Ralph K. Luttrell. sprinter and >
jumper, will be a hard man to beat up j
"to 220, and will give a good account
of himself in the standing broad jump.
\\". S. Blasseiiham. sprinter and all
around Jumper. Is a man of no mean i
ability in all three jumps, at d up to
220 can make any man oil the team |
extend himself to break the tape ahead !
of him. 1
Uoorge I.. Dickey, a seventeen-year- }
old boy, will make the- running broad ;
Jumpers come close to twenty feet or j
play second fiddle as be did at the Life i
Insurance Company of Virginia meet, j
which he won as he pleased with six- j
teen feet ten inches to his credit. He j
is now making this distance look like J
a discarded automobile in a junksliop. |
Matt Pleasants, distance runner, is j
going the mile in good form and In ;
last time, and lie will sprint tho last j
100 yards of the mile, breaking the taps .
as fresh as the proverbial daisy. !
Robert i?- Cushman, shot putter and !
distance runner, can be depended upon j
to be there or thereabouts in whatever
1 events he enters, but is especially good
with the twelve-pound shot and at half
a mile. ;
i John A. <'oke, Jr.. who. after the:
I regular standing broad jump had fin- ;
Ished at the Life Insurance Company 1
of Virginia meet, easily went the win
! ner six inches better in his street
| clothes, is out to win this event, and
! it's dollars to doughnuts that he will
| do so.
Mushy T. Hogge, shot putter and high
jumper, is in his usual good condition, j
land can be depended upon to perform
in a first-class manner.
\V. c. Adams, shot putter, has been'
I hard at work on the form of this event, 1
land shows marked improvement.
\V. S. PiliMian, of Baltimore, who
officiated at the Life Insurance Com
pany of Virginia meet, stated that
Adams had the making of a high-class '
shot putter, and he is demonstrating
i the correctness of Mr. l'ittniaii's pre- J
M. T. Bethel will perform well at
from -510 yards to a mile. He is in the
pink of condition.
Tho relay team: 11) Luttrell, (2) Lacy
or Kyland, (3) Blasseniiam, (?!) Betts, 1
1 will burn up the track, and it will take
some team to throw dust in the eyes of
Park keeper Calder has promised to
have the track ami field at Byrd l'.nrk >
In first-class condition Saturday after
noon, and a record-breaking crowd is
expected to be on hand when Starter
: Plttman fires his pistol in the 100-yard
dash, which lie will do promptly at 3
Everybody In Richmond Interested in
amateur athletics is cordially invited!
j to attend this meet. No tickets of ad
mission will bo required, and no further I
invitation is necessary.
Results in Big Leagues.
iV w Vorl;. 2; Brooklyn. 1.
Pittsburgh, 3; Chicago, 2.
Philadelphia, 0; Boston, 4 (first
Philadelphia, 11; Boston, 6 (second
Philadelphia, 10; Boston.
STANDING OF TEAMS.
? Muhs "Won. Lost. P.C.I Clubs. Won. JLost. l'.C.
N. u- Vorl: !'1 40 .<'.71 'Philadelphia !'C> -13 .060
Pliiladclpliia Si! f>5 .r>'.?9 Cleveland 83 02 .572
Chicago ?3 63 .509 Washington S2 03 .500
Pittsburgh 70 OS .528 Boston 73 07 .521
Boston 03 7S <17 Chicago 74 72 .607
Brooklyn 02 70 .410 Detroit 02 St .425
< nit innatl ?>;: v.". .426 Now Vorlc 53 SS .370
1 St. L.oul3 4 9 OS .333 St. I-,outa 55 92 .374
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY.
Boston at Philadelphia. I Philadelphia at Boston.
New York at Brooklyn. ' Washington at New York
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
National Commission Takes
Positive Stand on Ball Player Stories
Cincinnati, September 24.?Owing to frequent complaints
received by the National Baseball Commission and the Base
ball Writers' Association concerning articles alleged to have
been written by ball players, the National Commission to-day
handed down a ruling, in which it orders that no players eligible
to compete in the world's series or any city series, shall write
or pretend to write an account of such series for any news
papers, nor shall any player allow the use 01 his name over
an article purporting to be written by him,
Violation of this order will result in the infliction of such
penalty as the commission may determine.
The Baseball Writers' Association of Ainericu recently had
solicited the eo-openition of the commission in preventing ball
players from invading their field,
OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK.
THE TIMES-DISPATCH'S MODIFIED MARATHON.
NO ENTRY FEE NECESSARY
No Entry Received on Any But This Form.
THE GAMES COMMITTEE: Please enter (teim or individual)
in The Times-Dispatch's Modified Marathon, on October 4, 1913.
Club, School, Col
Name and address of
official to vrhom tickets,
numbers and all information
must bo Bent.
I hereby certify that I am an amateur and eligible to compete; that I have read the
eligibility rules of the Amateur Athletic Union; that I have not phyed unregistered basketball
or competed against a professional. I agree to abide by the decisions of the officials of the race.
All Athlete* Should Register nt Onc? With the A. A. V.
No entry will be received after Saturday, midnight, September 27.
Fill this out and mail to Marathon Editor, The Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Va.
COBB TO LEAVE DETROIT
Tyrus Raymond Cobb, Georgia Pouch ami somewhat of a pippin wherever baseball in played or known,
severs his connection with the Detroit baseball *:lub at the close of the present season. The leading bats
man of tho world will no longer grace the Navins stadium as one of the home players.
In a letter to a personal friend in Richmond, Cobb writes: "I have no more business in Detroit after
this season ends." He follows with the information that his automobiles and other personal effects are
being shipped South. He will stop in New York before he joins l^js family In Augusta. Cobb says that
what business interests he has had in the Michigan city are all settled, and leaves the inference that, ex
cepting as a visiting player, he will never see the City of Straits again.
It may be that the Georgia Peach contemplates leaving the diamond for good, but the more natural
conclusion is that he will be a member of Husk Chance's Yankees next season. Cobb has always wanted
to play in New York. During the season, at various times, have come rumors that he had been sold to
the Chancelings. These rumors were denied before they had been born almost. However, there is a
proverb which says that where there is so much smoke, lire will surely follow.
Owner Farrell needs a winner in order to make money. Ty Cobb will help make his club a winner.
But even should he fail in accomplishing that much, as a drawing card he will bo worth whatever price
Is paid for his services. The lictitious offer of Clark Griffith, said to have been $100,000, only approxi
mates Cobb's worth from a purely box office standpoint. There Is no accurate way of telling just how
much he draws into the till by his presence, but as a safe and-sane business investment, the purcliaso
price should be a rather nifty sum.
Naturally there will be denials of Cobb's quitting Detroit, but this information comes not from hear
say, but from a letter written by Cobb to an intimate friend and fellow-townsman.
Doughty Captain of Blue Keeps
Wesleyan From Scoring
at Critical Time.
fSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.] i
New Haven, Conn., September 1!4.? '
The playiiik of Captain Ketcham saved 1
Yale from being scored on in the open
ing Kaine of the season, in which Vale
defeated Wesleyan. -1 to (>. The Yale I
goal was threatened throo times, and [
on onf occasion Dectjens, the Wesleyan
\\ nrreiitnn, Sep totiihcr "4.?The
folliMvliiK rnoe meets and fIel<1 ilnji
will take iilni'p In \lr>rliiln?
W'tir roil ton Hunt Club l-'lelil Day.
Sat iinia.i, (IcIiiIht IS.
The I-'iiu<iiiier County Fair and
Itaelng, Oi'tiitirr anil lill.
Tin* VlrKlnlu t'nlteil limits, Mlil
illoburg, .Nnvi'iulii'r I, Jlll.'l.
luarter, ran forty yards, only to he j
lirown on the five-yard line l>y Cap- 1
Wi111 the exception of the times when .
he goal appeared to he in danger, the i
fale lino was weak, and tlie en tire <!?.
cnsft was ragged. Tin- Vale, olfenss
vas .strong at all limes, and in the;
ast period, with many substitutes in !
lie Kli line-up, Yale carried the ball
iractically the length of the lleld three '
lines. The end running of Knowies,
he Kli hack, was I he feature of the
;ame. Wilson, the Blue quarter back,
mlled off some good runs. Vale was
itiable to work ilie forward pass for
my material renins, and the line
dunges alternating with end runs
noved the only ground gainers for :
Tiiu Weslevan line was weak, and i
ifter the first few rushes was unable i
o withstand the attack of tho heavy
Ithaca, N. V., .September 24.?Cornell
lefeateil I'rsinus in tlie opening' game
>f tho season here to-day by a score;
>f -11 to 0. 'i'lie Cornell backs hail lit
le trouble in making long gains
hrough tlie I'rsinus line, and six j
fiuchduw..s were scored, from which I
live goals were "kicked.
QOBSON SELECTS j
TEAM TO TACKLE
Game Saturday Between Spiders
and Militiamen Inaugurates j
College Football Season.
Coacli Dobson, of Richmond College. |
lias picked from a squad of twenty- j
four men tho following men to oppose
Lhe Richmond Blue* next Saturday af
ternoon at Broad Street Park: centre, I
3eorgo (captain); guards. Roberts ami
11 utcho^iiHon; tackles, Bloome and Boale; J
amis, Newton and Prlvott; quarterback,
\ncarrow: loft halfback, Coburn; right
linlfbnek. Wicker; fullback, King.
Substitutes: O'Noill, who will plav
half of tho game, splitting with Prlvott;
Kllwangsr, Bollard, Johnson, Flatma
te an, Bingham, Mitchell and Durham. ,
Tonop, tho lad. who was hurt early In ;
Lho wook, will, If able, play end in I
S'owton'e place, 1
Lutz and Montgomery Give Can
didates for Benedictine's Team
Plenty of Work.
'Die football team at Benedictine Col- j
lege is having some strenuous practice
under the coaching of Karle Lutz and
f'harley Montgomery., two men who
are now trying to give their football j
knowledge to the cadets.
Two elevens are out every day, and ]
tItc coaches will begin to thin them out '
by the iniddlo of nert week. Those
w ho have shown a drsiro to become '
regulars througii hard practice are: ;
Crant, Fletcher, I'urcell, White, Collie, i
West. Pollard. Asher, Amos, Morrison,
Mci iraw, Cheatwood, Parsons, Shaugh
nessy, Hinns, Williams, Barrett and j
The first scrimmage will probably J
bo next Friday, with either Petersburg '
High .School or Kichmond College's I
Many Upsets at Columbus, When
Season's Mark Is Broken and
! Special to The Times-Dispute!!.]
Columbun. Olilo, September 24.?Kac
'"K ?*t tlic Driving I'lirlt tills afternoon
whs tlio most sensational oL tho-sea
son on tlio CJrand Circuit, tho tlotting
rccord for the >ear being broken in
tlio free-for-all trot, while the pre
viously undefeated colt Ktawali was
beaten In tho $<',0f>0 Horsemen's Ite
vIow Futurity, In one of tho greatest
colt races ever trotted. Klve started
in the fast trot, hut Anvllj with Geers
driving, and Dudio Aroltdale. driven by
R C. Jom-s, owner of botli. wcro the
only ones that figured. Dudle won the
llrst heat easily in 2:04 3-4, Anvil get
tinu away, badly, but in the second the
stallion and mare had a better duel.
iHitlie Just beating Anvil by a head, iii
2:03 l-l, 111?? race record for tho sea
son. The blind colt Ktawah was fa
vorite against the big field in tho colt |
race, but Don Chenault took the lead
at tho start, and won tho llrst heat In
a nose-and-nose finish, in 2:00 1-4, tho
only other three-year-old to have. ?
beaten that time being tho world's
champion Colorado K. lion Olienault '
won tho final heat easily from IVter !
Johnson, Ktawah breaking early In tlie
2:19 class; pacing, three In five;!
purse, f 1.200 (three heats Tuesday):
Michigan U'ueen, b. ni.,
by .Marble Cfrlt (Valen
tine) r, ] 2 1 ]
Don Patch, br. k., by Hon
Patch (Jamison) 10 10 1 2 2
Lowanda, blk. h., by Col
onel iiOumis (Max
well) l 5 s r> 3:
Nettle Ethan, br. in. (Jlc
II rl<le) 2 3 r, s ^ >
Princess Patch, lteU Wilkes, Jr., Nel
lies <5, Possibility, The Assessor, Irisii
Kad and .Marietta also stated. Heat
time, 21 - (.
Free-for-all class; trotting, two In
three; purse. $1,200:
L>u<lie Arch dale. blk. in. by Arch
dab; ( K. G. Jones) 1 i
Anvil, b. h. ((Jeers) 2 2
I'on Kabor. br. (McDonald).... 3 3
Hailworthy, l>. k. (Wright) r> 4
Dorch Modium also started. Hrst
time. 2:03 1-4
2:07 class; pacing, threo in five,
purse, J 1,200:
Margot Hal, 1>. in., by Ar
got llal (McDonald).. 4 1 1 C 1
Our Colonel, b. h , by
Colom-l .Cochran (J. H.
J ones i 5 2 Z 1 2
Nellie Temple, I), in., by
Nervolo (Murphy) 1 C 7 2 3
Dr. H. IV, g. h. (Din
pler) 2 S 2 2 4
Cinnamon, Karl Thackcr, Addition
and Adeline \V. also started. Hf?t
time. 2.04 1-4.
Horsemen's Review Futurity, three
year-old trotters; two In throe; stake
Don Chcnault, eh. e., by I'ctcr
Donna (Stlnson) 1 j
Peter Johnson, b. <? (Cox) 4 2
Ktawali, b. c. (Geers) 2 8
Barbara Overton, b. f c.rurphy). .'i :i
Nowaday Girl. Tommy DeKorest.
Binville, Bonington, lona Jay and
Poinsetta also started. Host* time,
2:15 class, trotting; threo in five
Dr. Thome, b. g., by
Arlon (Snow) 4 C 1 1 l,
Morine, b. in., by Mohel
'Cox) r. 1 2 5 2
Poletta, b. in., by Poem
(Kane) 1 2 12 11 4 1
Alfonso, b. g., (McDon
1 aid) r, 5 2 3 :
Berka, Alfreda Todd, Georgo J. Ar- 1
clieen, Judge K., Westernville Girl. j
Douglass M., Sadie Karon. Miner Hell i
and The Bewitching Kady also start- i
ed. Best time, 2:08 3-4.
TO IOLEDO TEAM
Catcher Sam Brencgan, of the Peters
burg team, who did good all-round t;i-r
vlee for the Goobers last season, has i
been drafted by Toledo, o.. of 'lie j
American Association. It is feared the ;
local management will have quite a '
task In filling his place ' s catcher.
Two young catchers who made a good '
rhowing last season will bo drafted
by Petersburg. J
Rules and Regulations Governing The Times
Dispatch's Modified Marathon
A farorae plnqnn, -rained at will be awarded to the clab, school,
collrce or organization that in three yenrs scores the greatest number of
points, the first five teams and the first five Individuals acorlog as follorrai
First team home seores 25 polnta. Second team home acorea 30 points.
Third team home acorea in polnta. Fourth team home acorea 10 polnta.
Fifth team home acorea S polnta.
Flrat man home acorea 10 polnta. Second man home acorea 7 polnta.
Third man home acorea 5 polnta. Fourth uian home acorea 3 polnta.
Fifth man home scores 1 point.
Flrat prise?Gold natch. Second prise?Stiver watch.
Third price?Silver cup. Fourth prize?Gold medal.
Fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth prices?Silver medal.
Solid allrer cnp to team finishing flrat and mednla to each of the
members of that team.
(Note.?No team will be recognlaed with less than three members.)
A plaque to team finishing; second and medals to each member of that
A piffle to team finishing; third and medals to each member ef that
Every man finishing; the coarse will receive a medal to be known as
Unattached athletes competing will have their points scored, and should
they Join ? club later the points scored by them will be credited to such
It will be necessary for the proper official of the club, organization or
college to enter the entire team. No man will score for a team tinleaa he
la entered for hla club, organization or college aa a member of the team
sad so recorded on the official program.
A club must start and finish three or more mea on a team la order to
win a team price. Only the first three men to finish are scored.
The committee reserves the right to reject any entry.
"XO COMPETITOR SHALL BE ALLOWED TO START UNLESS HE IS
OVER EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE, AND SHALL HAVE PASSED A
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION BY A REPUTABLE PHYSICIAN, WHO SHALL
CERTIFY THAT HE IS IN FIT CONDITION TO RUN THIS RACE."
THIS RACE IS OPEN TO TEAMS OR INDIVIDUALS FROM ANY
SECTION OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PROVIDED THE ENTRANT IS
A REGISTERED ATHLETE IN THE A. A. U. IN GOOD STANDING.
Muckmcn Take Fall Out of
Boston by Knocking Ball
to All Corners.
WYCKOFF IS VERY WILD
Walks Twelve and Mils One,
but Manages to Keep
Houtoii, September 24.?The Itcil Sox
lost tho gunio to-day to the Atltl. tlca
bv (lie ueore of 10 t<i *t. t'arrlgan used
eighteen men, including four pitclicrs.
Wyclioff, who pitched for the Athletics,
pave twelve pusses ami lilt ono man,
but the IC?-?l Sox didn't net a hit off
111 tit uritll the sixth inning. After that
he was hutted freely. c ? f11 >? a swell
double play in tiie ninth prevented tho
Ited Sox from tying up the Katne. Tho
A ? It 1! <> A A H It II O A
llvDpcr, rf. 0 0 o Murphy, rr 3 0 1 1 0
Knjjle, II.... -? 0 1 II (i oldrlng. If 5 3 :t 2 1
ii. iik, <1 .. ;t t i i coiiln*. ;t). u a 7 r.
I.fwlii. If... ? l l u 1 Maker. SI).. 31 l'>4
llnrdner, 3b I 10 1 4 M'lnnis, II. 2 2 7 0
Vorko". :i>. 2 12 13 WkUIi. < f i 3 r. o
.liuivrln. rs. 3 3 0 '? 1 Harry, sn . f> I - I 2
I :uly, .-... .1 0 0 4 0 1.11 |i|i, . 4 0 1 0 0
l.conard, |. 'I "t K U <> WvrVolT, pi 0 'I 0 1
Mull. |. ... ? 0 1 2 Stiunk. if. 2 0 1 0 0
Speaker*... ) '? <) u 0
Nun'ker, 3 I L j Ij
Henrlksent. 1 0 t o . ,
\v. ..a: o ') o o o
Alid'soti. p. 0 0 0 1 0
Mundy. II... 2 t 1 1 I
Tliojnarf... I 0 l o 0
Moi>eIcy, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .. .31 1* V> 27 l'i Total- .. 41 1") 17 27 13
?Matted for I'jidj' lu f' urth.
tUattril r< i Hull In slith.
Jl'aji for 1 f?? i rikvu.
titan for Andorsou In eighth.
Score l.y Innings: ">
PMiu'.i-iniiu r. o o o ? i 3 i " 1)
Host.,n 0 0 0 2 0 I 3 4 0- U
v u v ? 1 2 4 0? 0
Summary : Krrot? Itehg. '.iardner. Yrrkff,
Collin*. I'.ikcr. Harry. Twu-lia^e liltr M;.r
ry. WaWh. Sa?-rM. ?. l.lt- I.ewle. Bak'r.
Stolen baj.es- Collins (J). Uaker. Verki??. Kn
elt-. < ildrlng .... Jurisrln Doulile I r* > *. -
Marry t.. Collins to Mi Int'l* (21. Hilt?Oft
l.eonut'l. .? In I-j Innlnt,*. l'lrst l.u*? on Palls
i itt l^onur 1. . otf Wyckoft. 12. ntruck out
By I.. ' liar-:. .' by Wy. kofT, I. by Moseley,
1. lilt !?>' pi!, her Hooper. Pa-scd Pi..I ?
I'mly. empires, Kvans and I.g&n. Attend*
? l.ouihville, Ivy., September -4?Fav?
o *11oh had rough sledding at Douglas
Park to-day. not a single red hot
choice getting home in front. Second
< hoicen carried off the honors of the
day. which was marked by exception
ally close finishes in nearly every
event. The program was featureb sa,
the fourth race being a handicap affair
ai six furlongs, which was won l.y
Wiyanoke. 'Die longest shot of tho
day t<? win was l.ady London in tho
third race. She paid her backers hot
ter than 1G to 1.
AT HERMITAGE CLUB
Qualifying rounds In the fall tournament
of the flermit&Ke Oolf Club will start to
day. Klfrhtcen holes must be played. 11?n
lowest score to eount. The qualifying
rounds may be played to-day. to-morrow
or Saturday. The sixteen players with tho
lowest m ore will qualify in i lass A. Second
and tbird ?? I?es i\lll have handicaps of
three-fourth* the dlfYerance. Defeated
eights In each .-In-* will continue to play
for prizes. Following la a schedule of tbo
Qualify September 2.". 2?> and 27. First
round. September and 30; secon.l round.
i> tober 1 and 2: sendrtnttls. October 3 ?n<i
4. llnals, October and 7. I.a.st day In each
round is default day. other day If. prlvllego
Americans Meet ICnKlishmen.
Pittsburgh. Pa., September 24.? Arranges
ments were completed to-ilav for the Rolf
match here to-morrow between Harry Var
ilon and Kdward Hay. of Kncland, and \V,
C. Kownes. Jr.. and K. M. Hyers. of this
city. Interest Is at IslRh pitch, as both
Kownes an<l llyers nre former amateur
champions of tlxo United States.
Thurs. and Sat.
PRICES-?Night, 25c.. 35c.. HOo.
Mutineer. 25c., 35c.
Another Dramatic .Success,
SOLD FOR MONEY
lly Cecil Spooner,
XKXT WKIOK?"ONK DAY."
EMPIRE TODAY, 3 to 11
i:\CMJSIVI0 I'M UST
(V?I'erfeet Reels To-Dny?0
Adults, 10 c. Clilldreii, 5c.
NOW ON SAT., 10.
809 E. Main Street
flet Them Now and Avoid the Riiftli.
4 City Auditorium ^
\ TO-NIGHT |
\ U. S. Marine Band t
Of Washington, D. O. ^
? Reserved Seats, 50c to $1.50, ?
5 nt ?
^ Walter D. Moses & Co., fj
^ 103 East Broad St. W