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a great pitcher in tight places, and
may be used for relief work in. the'
Last year Roger Bresnaharv then
manager of the Cardinals, is reputed
to have traded Pitchier Hopper to a
scout for a hound dog. Hopper is
back with the Cards. He took a sweet
mauling from the Phillies yesterday.
Lobert and S.' Hagee each mauled
homers. Seaton stifled the Cards
Thirty-four hits for 52 bases were
made in the Cincinati-Boston game,
five pitchers being led to the slaugh
ter. Maranville of Boston, got five
hits in as many times at bat. Dodge
got a homer, triple and single; Kling
a triple and two singles, and Marsans
three singles. Boston made nine runs
in the last three inings, but fell one
short. Six bases were swiped by the
Ty Cobb bested Joe Jackson on the
day In .their batting duel, three hits J
Branch Rickey has accepted terms
to manage the St Louis Browns and
will take charge next Tuesday after
the draft season in Cincinnati next
"Monday. He formerly played with
the Browns and Yanks. '
f 'Rickey was a star ball player-at the
"University of Michigan. .Any guy
'who will sign to manage the Browns
wasted a lot of time going to college.
t Red Kuhn, White Sox catcherhas
Jeen sent home. Kuhn was hit on
he urm in practice arid his throwing
wfng is out of commission.
r Willie Mitchell, one of the Cleve
land pitching "stars, has been sent to
,Youngstown fo see Bonesetter Reese.
"His wing refuses to, develop its formr
er cunning. Mitchell, is out for the
remainder of the season.
Earl Denning and Frankie Burns,
fighting at 115 pounds, will dedicate
the Colorado Athletic Club inJDenver
tonight. Burns Is favorite. Thewin
nef will go after a match with Kid
Williams of Baltimore.
Jack Johnston, St. Louis Brown
outfielder; has been released to Chat-1
I tanooga. He was shying in the bat
Dan Duffy, pitcher, who has won
14 straight' for Great Palls, Mont., has
been bought byEitsburgh and will
report at once.
The American Association race is
drawing tighter. By winning two
games from Toledo yesterday Min
neapolis climbed to within a game
and a half of Milwaukee for the lead.
Doc Roller beat Managoff in
straight falls in the wrestling tourna
ment at Forest Park last night. Rol
ler took the two falls in 50 minutes.
Several minor bouts were pulled off.
The tournament will continue
Coleman, Pittsburgh recruit catch
er, has been sold to Columbus of. the
Jack Heinen was given the decision
over John Cox on a' fouUn thejfourth
round of their bout at Aurora last
night. Cox pushed Heinen from the
ring andthe latter wasurt so badly
he could not continue. Cox had all
the better of the bout. The men
fought so fiercely that in the third
round the ropes to the ring gave way
and both scrappers tumbled into the
" .An exhibition game has been ar
.ranged for Sept. 24 in "Portland, Me.,
between the White Sox and an All
New England League team. Harry
Lord, who lives in Maine, arranged
the contest. ' "
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MAYBE HES TOOTHLESS -Washington,'
D. C, "Sept. ,12., Po
liceare puzzled rto know whafcbuld
.have induced a sneak thief to steal
John Banjette's. fajse teeth from the
diningroom and leave valuable silver
NFor the first time for over "sixty
years Canada this year has sent no
butter to England. Owing to the
growth of the population, Canada
cannot now supply the home market,
and last year som"e 7,000,000 pounds
were Imported from New Zealand,' '