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Bresnaban withdrew that plaster on
the German's promise to do better,
yesterday Heinie hit a bounder to
"Niehoff, Philly second baseman, and
could have beaten it out, as Bert fum
bled. But Heinie is too temperamen
tal to leg it on a mere infield grounder
and slowed up. Even then the deci
sion was close.
After the fine Zim picked up his
glove and ducked to the clubhouse,
hut came back after Saier was hurt.
Two of the players sent him word
that he was doing the baby act.
Bresnahan cannot be blamed if he
uses the whip on Zim and some of the
other players as well. He has tried
.good-natured methods and been re
warded by a species of baseball that
.might win a pennant in the Western
league if the umpires gave him the
iest of it v
Saier was hurt sliding to the plate
wand will be out of the game for at
least a weei. In the meantime Archer
for McLarry will hold down first base.
As for the ball game, there wasn't
any. Lavender, Zabel, Pierce and
Cheney all had a whirl at the pitch-
3ng. If they had been in a minor
league a big league scout would nev-
r have recommended them even for
Tinker's Whales lost a chance to
Advance yesterday, Kansas City los
ing, but Joe fell somewhat better
fter the game, for Ad Brennan per
formed like a real pitcher during the
eight innings hobccupled the mound,
d was hit hard in spots, but had re
gained his control and also fanned
'seven 'batters. With Brennan avail
able to aid Brown, Hendrix and Mc
Donnell, Whale chances become
" Today in a double-header with
'Brooklyn the Whales have the en
'ilre town to themselves for the first
'time in several weeks.
Benny Kauff fanned four times
Ed Plank outDitched his old Dal.
"Render, giving Baltimore four hits. 1
I Neither veteran walked a man. St.
Louis lost second battle.
Moseley held Kay See to three hits.
Dave Main, Kay See pitcher, was
knocked unconscious by a line drive.
Buffalo is doing better for Harry
Lord.Louden's four hits helped to
Pittsburgh slugged two Brooklyn
pitchers, Collins bagging a triple and
two singles and Hinchman and Wag
n.er a triple and single each.
Long's homer scored all Card runs,
breaking losing streak. Marquard
was batted out,
Schmidt and Smith got to Rube
Benton for enough hits to let Braves
Detroit made it clean sweep from
Mackmen. Burns' homer helped in
victory. Passes were fatal to Mack
men. Cleveland tied it in ninth and won
in tenth, Boehling of Washington
weakening. Left Fielder Graney of
the Indians fractured his right ankle.
Sisler tried to pitch for the Browns,
but couldn't eet a man out Hit first
'batter and then passed three. Carl
Weilmau saved the day. Shotton and
Austin batted a Brown victory.
RAP WAYS OF HANDLING BOYS t
BUNK REFORM HIT
Stinging raps were handed bunk
reform and the psychopathic labora
tory by Judge J. R. Newcomer at the
banquet of the Public Defenders'
ass'n of the boys' court at Hotel La
Salle last night
"Reformers are long on shouting
and short on results," said the judge.
"It is easy to determine the mental
capacity of a child. The problem is,
what to do with them, and this can
not be solved by this psychopathic
labpratory. That is looking through
the wrong end of the glass."
Mrs. Gertrude Howe Britton also
criticised the present system of hand
ling a boy brought into court, saying
an injustice was being done to him
and to society.