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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lothbrldjfe Daily Herald; Satiirday, October Figures Which Tell How Each Individual Player Performed in the Past Season Batting, Fielding and Pitchers' Records and the Official Standing _ Issued From the Of fice of President Eckstorm This Week FIELDING PITCHERS Name Club Avery, Lethbridge Walters, Regina Menzel, Posberg, Smith, Winnipeg Sage, Regina........ Dunn, Saskatoon................... Winnipeg Standridge, Calgary Speiser, Collins, Winnipeg jDellar, Edmonton Moose Jaw Hooker, Regisa Brown, Moose Jaw.............----- HicJzey, Edmonton Hustou, Regina Geehan, Calgary Griiaes, Regina-Lethbridge......... .paddock, Calgary Heinrich, Brandon ..............v. "Samuels, Edm-Leth-M. J............ :.1 helan, Brandon................... Earl, Brandon Dretchko, Edmonton Gilchrist, Moose Jaw-Regina........ Pieh, Leth bridge ...............N... -.Dell, Edmonton Helson, Saskatoon................. Grayson, -Lethbridge-Brandon Miller, Winuipeg-Lethbridge........ Smithson, Moose Skeels, Moose Jaw-Regina........ Edmonton Rossback, Winnipeg Smith, Brandon.................... Smith, Winnipeg.................. Whlsman. Saskatoon Wood, Brandon.................... .Lezie, Lethbridge................... Brandon Murphy, Lethbridge .'I........... Manning, Calgary..............i Claflin, Saskatoon................. Gaddy, Calgary Regina Bngle, Lethbridge................... .Cierzan. Winnipeg.................. "Letttbridge......_........... G 10 2 3 30 11 31 "S 37 22 22 "is 35 10 33 18 IS 33 2S 6 28 3S 22 IS 14 6 40 40 32 22 IS- 30 33 47 22 "s 22 S. 13 20 39 5 3 35 rr 4 ,2 1 CATCHERS Club Spencer, Edmonton .Lynch, Lethbridge Stanley, Calgary Hclntosh, Moose Jaw-Regina Cooper, Brandon..............----- Edmonds, Winnipeg-................ :Bliss, Moose Jaw J.'-Flanagan, Calgary............... 'Daggan. Calgarj'.................. Brooks, Moose Jaw Anderson, Winnipeg-Saskatoon Regina................... Ward, Edmonton-Lethbridge Davidson, Saskatoon MouQW, Page, Saskatoon-Moose Jaw......... G S4 89 78. 77 89 61 61 20' g 65 31 14 85 23 21 VlRST BASE Name Club Calgary IsTiell, Winnipeg Thompson, Saskatoon-Brandoa......, Hurley, Moose Jaw White, Edmonton G as 19 54 89 24 Beatty, Winnineg 83 93' 25 92" 97 21 Baxter, Edmonton Elsey, Regina-Moose Jaw Sues, Brandon-Regina O'Hayer, Lethbridge -Davis, Moose Jaw...... SECOND BASE Name Ciub Kruger.. :Plassj, Winnipeg White, Edmonton Connors, Calgary................. .Jones, Moose Jaw-Saskatoon----- Triplett, Brandon.................. Mackin, Lethbridge Hodges, "Brandon Quigley, Moose Lussi, Edmonton Hartford, Brandon Hoffman, Regina-Winnipeg Costello, Winnipeg-Saskatoon Walters, Regina-Edmonton Rodosy, Brandon-Saskatoon-M. Jaw Dudley, Lethbridge............... G 37 33 33 97 41 27 73 11 67 32 40 70 "26 15 4C- 2S THIRD BASE Name Club Holmes, Winnipeg-Brandon Chick, Lethbridge Jones, Moose Jaw-Saskatoon......... Smith, Calgary Davis. Moose Jaw Brennan, Edmonton................ Gurney, Regina Triplett, Brandon-Moose Jaw Borieski, Brandon Miller, Saskatoon Van Ward, Lethbridge-Winnipeg Vandine, Winnipeg McCarter, Saskatoon Rodosy, Brandon-Sask.-Moose Jaw Head, Lethbridge................... Sturgeon, Saskatoon G 87 22 30 97 2G 71 45 54 32 18 29 37 CS 30 66 SHORT STOP Name Club Morse, Edmonton.................. Kruger, Winnipeg Bell, Moose Jaw Harper, Saskatoon Collins, Regina Beers, Winnipeg Brandon.................., Bitting, Paddock, .Calgary 3hick, Lethbridge 3ashback, Regina "Valcers, Regina D.uggan, Calgary Dudley, Leihbridge Lcthbridgc 97 '50 92 94 45. 22 95 13 82 58 43 5C. 14 PO 2 1 2 2.2 23 24 "3 28 8 :19 7 34 6 21 .16 7 r? 2 21 36 .12 14 3 17 .41 22 -10 12 35 28 3 2 34 -11 is 3 12 4 4 PO 433 513 r 441 423 442 250, 268 92 37 254 156 -97 46-5 79 S56 17-7 473 760 133 903 703 283 797 :875 60 PO 88 91 77 247 87 51 184" 20 162 T4 69 125 53" 15 82 22 131 33 04 168 43 104 35 26 .28 38 29 49 90 13 PO 201 115 173 "165 -86; 56 175 16 138 100 -82 1-6 32 53 A 12 S 4 23 3 89 45 66 2G SI G5 GO S6. 7S 47 49 S4 S3 33 117 100 43 rt2 39 12 5S 125 SI 44 56. 69 60 19 47 33 64 52 2tit 10- 77-: 37 13 7 4 1 A 97 no 94 111 12S 53 66 2G 10 12 62 29 9 92 13 A 47 16 3S 49 '39 40 59 13 30 43 20 A 112 88 73 254 77 46 149 25 175 40 74 118 71 28 112 16 A 185 tto 69 201 37 155 85 98 22 25 60 82 132 S2 133 27 A 313 165 193 251 79 06 224 28 165 126 83 36 38 71 S 12 S 6 3 a. 6 9 6 2 8 4: J9-. 10" 4 2- 15 S 4 i 2 1 E 16. 22 20 20 24 13 15 6 3 6 10 13 S 43 S -9 E 22 4 11 19 4 21 23 0 25 21- S E S 8 7 35 12 8 33 5 22 12 15 2S 14 5 E 19 10 29 7 24 14 28 6 G 1C 38 21 14 E 19 17 38 45 19 16 52 G 44 39 SO- 28 12 "IS 16 Avg. .100G f .100C- j .1000! .987 .9SS .967 '.m !96S .955] .954; .950 j .948 .947 i FIELDING of player participated in. piayer out out. ptayer atiisted to put out, made. percentage. PITCHERS' RECORDS of Won. games lost. v pitched. out. on balls. percentage. BATTING bat. hits. runs. number of bases. hits. bases. Name Club Moose Jaw .939 Mills. Edmontoa .935. Clynes, Calgary .935 j Sullivan, Brandon. .935 Regina-Moose Jaw .92t Wilson, .925 i Schultz, Brandon .924 i Regina Zimmerman, Saskatooa-Lethbridge .92slOison, Edmontoa-Leth.-Winnipeg S MeDonough. Regina .919 Lethbridge CENTER Club Flanagan, Calgary Calgary !sSS Lussi, Edmonton.......7.......... "575 Moore, Winnipeg i........... J571' Standridge, .Calgary .....__._..._._...... "ggfr Dretchko; Edmonton. Crocker, Moose -Jaw I............ LEFT FIELD G S 37 S9 sg5 Piper, Winnipeg .809 McDonald, Brandon. "77- j Letcher, Regina "ggg Calgary loOO 1 Olson, Edmomon-Lethbridge-Wiiin-ipeg Flanagan., Chick, Lethbridge................... Bennett, Saskatoon Corrigan, Lethbridge AYS. .972 .966 .964 .950 .959 150 5S 26 -36 85 24 17 17 FIELD G 7 12 65 47 15 31 92 73 27 S6 30 69, 52 17 26 .940" .938 .938 .933 .930 .921 .020 .893 Avg. .988 .980 .979 .977 .977 .971 .973 .970 '.969 Name Club Hoffman, -Winnipeg Irby, Moose Jaw Dudley, Lethbridge, v-v- I Wilson, Saskatoon" j Ward, Lethbridge j Isbell, Winnipeg J Shnitz, Brandon {Risk, Brandon I Dunn, Saskatoon......... Whisman., Saskatoon Calgary" Hewer, .Saskatoon, Donovan, Regina I Davis, Moose Jaw.......: s, Lethbridge-Edmonton RIGHT FIELD 14 48" 20 49 ,67 16 54 24 77 13 87 35 96 PO 21 -151 "146 J69 62 5S 136 37 .30' 15 PO: '11 74 :26 62 23 153 139 60 135 49 114 86 20.' 152 35 PO 12 .38 39 53- 92 ;T 145 17 17 151 14" 10S 40 90 27 21 12 4" 21 4 7 S 2 6 7 A 35 "S 9 11- .9 "16 4 26 '6 6 2 IS A 1 s 9 1 14' 15 5 S 6 19 4 23 S 4 3 5 4 4 12 5 5 5 4 2 1 3 1 S 9 4 10 10 S 2 16 5 E 2' 4 2 3 s' 9 4 2 2 15 2 16 7 14 PITCHER'S RECORDS Name Club W Syfert. Winnipeg 7 Fosberg. Winnipeg ............w----- 6 Dellar, Edmonton 22 Collins, Winnipeg 11 Dretchko, Edmontoa 4 Standridge, Calgary................ 15 Manning, Calgary 26 Hickey, Edmonton 10 c Claflin, Saskatoon 12 G-eehan, Calgary 18 i Smith, Winnipeg 4 Dell, Edmonton 16 Lezie, Lethbridge 16 .Avg, Saskatoon..................... 6 [Grady, 10 .952 j Bro-KTi, Moose Jaw.................. 15 18 .934 Gordon, Saskatoon 14 Starkell, Moose Jaw................ 9 M-cGuire, Saskatoon................. 1 -932 .924 .918 Walters, Regina Smith, Winnipeg .911 xhelan, Brandon 7 -Smithson, Moose Jaw 8 Sage, Regina 10 Pieh, Lethbridge 14 Wilson, Winnipeg..............'..... 4 Gaddy, Calgary 4 .90a .902 .898 .896 .832 .800 Grayson. Lethbridge-Brandon Skeels, Moose Jaw-Regina........... 10 Paddock, Calgary................... 2 Speiser, Winnipeg 6 Huston, Regina-Edmonton......----- 6 Gilchrist, Moose 5 Samuels, Edmonton-Lethbridge-M. J. 6 Hooker, Regina .934 .932 .930 .927 j Whisman, Saskatoon 4 Rossback, Winnipeg................. 3 Miller, Winnipeg-Lethbridge 6 Avery, Lethbridge 2 Woods, Brandon 4 Smith, Brandon 2 Nelson, Saskatoon 5 Borieske, Brandon 1 Grimes, Regina-Lethbridge 4 Earl, Brandon 1 .927 .925 .022 .918 .005 .895 .882 .882 .870 .861 .857 .729 .964 .943 .900 .902 .890 .884 .882 .880 .873 .852 .845 .822 .818 .816 2 10 10 4 7 11 14 11 8 1 1 1 7 11 12 15 5 14 o 10- 10 9 10 6 S 4 14 5 10 5 14 4 17 13 Avg. IP .875 64 .857 56 .856 231 .846 .800 .789 .788 .769 .705 .666 .666 112 33 158 251 110 140 260 61 .615'. 225 .615" 219 .600 104 .588 .576 .562 .560 .529 .300 -500 .500 .500 .470 .454 .451 .444 .444 .429 .416 143 214 257 207 153 18 14 16 140 160 201 247 140 55 121 17S -400 .375 .375 .357 .353 333 .333 .333 .300 .286 .285 .285 .263 .200 40 142 133 141 135 58 99 63 239 51 91 46 156 31 .190 .194 Letcher, Regina Schafer. Saskatoon Murphy, Lethbridge Falken, Winnipeg Engle, Lethbridge Menzel, Winnipeg Cierzan, Winnipeg 92 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 98 11 9 17 9 11 S 3 SO 36 17 -141 41 18 91 125 44 89 175 49 168 191 35 57 146 136 113 50 S 6 6 74 51 143 72 29 45 151 29 107- 50 71 34 47 36 92 32 36 IS 85 6 49 52 S 10 S G 12 5 3 Official Standing Avg, .9Si .960, .968 .953 .947- .92S .878 Avg; .1000 .100ft .976 .872 .962 .845 .941 -.923 .920 .91V .913 .883 .1000 .965 .963 .953" .946 .946. .946 .946 .943 .920 .914- .900 .891 .884, .876 BB'HP 19" 6 18 2 58'10 31 8 18 49. n 50 14 36 7 67 9 92 12 16 4 119 4 99 15 23 5 38 5 92 .8 51 9 65 26 73. 5 10 .8 1 3 1 35 4 40 53 4 113 20 43 2 '4' 4 58- S 72- 15 19. 4 33 3 33 7 78 9 28 11 .11 2 33! 7 23 4 74 10 24 2 38 14 20 1. 37 10 14 40 S 51 3 1 1 9 4 7 4 1 12 2 2 1 First Series Won Lost P. C. jtiamonton .Medicine Hat 37 32 28 Moose Jaw 25 j Lethbridge tt ran aon Kesinu 23 24 19 16 20 23 25 30 .698 .615 .549 .500 Second Series iximonton 29 uaigary 31 Winnipeg 31 Moose Jaw ........24 .432 j l.fcthbrjdge 17 .429 I sasKatoon 17 .4001 Brandon 17 31 Won Lost P. C. 12 .707 13 .705 .646 .558 .425 .415 .386 .155 17 19 23 24 27 38 BATTING Name Club C Al I Fosberg; 7 19' 2 Avery, Lethbridge..............'... .10 25 6 Dretchko, Edmonton ................18 43 10 Morse, Edmonton-----...............97 36Q 64 Moose Jaw 87'; C-lyiiSs, Calgary.................... .99 385 72 Mills. Edmontoa....................97 384 72 Yaadlhe, Winnipeg 189 25 lithi Calgary Sl 57 4 Winnipeg ..................'.-133 109 35 Wilaon, Saskatoon -----..............78.294 39 S.tarkell, Moose Jaw ...-----.........35 103 13 .Edmonton...................97 341 51 Regina 309 32 Kanagan, 7 "28 '5- Jilackia, Lethbridge 240 44 Bfeiinac, Edmonton..................71 Walters, 227 33 .87 3io' 30 Winnipeg....................28 ,.S9 IS Hurley, Moose .89 3JO 41 CMckr-Lethbridge...........1......97 372 54 Spencer, Edmonton..................84 289_ 37. .77 295 48 Baxter. Edmonton .93 307 52 Kellackey, Calgary -317 55 Paddock, Calgary 356..71 Stanley; Caigary Sdiafer, Saskatoon, Lethbrifige, Beatty, Winnipeg Kruger, Winnipeg-.. Lethbridge Crocker, Moose Jaw Tj "Moose Jitr Calgary BtlJ, MOOM fil Collias; .....................81-lit. 41 Thompson, Brandon................ .54 111 31 onijors, Calgary...................9731548 Winnipeg :30 -i oiiins, Winnipeg...................22 -60 6 Hoffman, Regina-Witmipeg......-----84 272 46 J. Flanagan, 245 40 Sullivan, Brandon ....------.-........73 247 34" Quigley, Edmonton-Brandon. .67" 230-40 Ward, 193 27 Bennett, .Saskatoon .................87 303'65' Zimmerman, Lethbridge......... 1.. .So 207. 43 Saskatoon 41 4 Dasfiback, Regina................. 135 12 Head, Lethbridge .............-......66 249 33, Dunn, Saskatoon Gordon, Saskatoon....................38 108'10 Standridge; Calgarj' .68 38 Whistnan, Saskatoon ................37 lifp 14 SMTnto'sh, Regina' 272 26 Gurney, Regina..'..-----..............45 Moose JawrRegina............61 207 "29 Lethbridge-Edmonton...........96 345' 43- Jones, -Moose Jaw-Saskatoon .......'.71 24 O'Hayer, Lethbridge............... .97 331 61 Oriet, Lethbridge ...................33 113 20 II 21 31 Tl SK SS AW S .3 10 3 1 .421 '9 "l '10 .1 -360 ,15 .2 IS 4 1 .349 182 4.42 162 0 75 .340 9- -1- '..-15 2- .383 125; 11 6 3 159 18 24 .325 5 2 131 16 53 .320 44t10 .3 5 72 2 7 .316 ..-............87 291 61 .............83 287 43 310 57 UQ-.M .............92 61 .............31 il.il J3 IT 87', 7 30 3 98., 5 -8 68 G 63. ;6 89 14 ,25 4 6 104 12 82 -10 90 4 85 6 95 S 58 3 7G 3 10 .75 "3 '78 "I 74- 6 'S8 7 15. 1 45 3 74 3 5T cl 5 i 15 3 "68 7 61 "4 64 6 57 4 48. S 73 6 10 1- 32 1 "61- .6 38 26 48 -30" 65 36 49 10 10 ,177.14.22; .304 1 T.29S 36 111 41 .253 5 1 9 IS .293 1 .2 1 .291 .51 131 11 41 .291 3 112 15 9 S.I .286 I 72 9 16 .284 Skeels, 128 10 McGarter, Saskatoon ................68 222 41 5 Cooper, Brandon ...............-.....SS 355 36 Hartford, Brandon....................40 135 7 Dollstream, Brandon ____............28 S4 16 Manning, Calgary...................35 114 25 Geeiian, Calgary ....................33 91 17 Syfert, Winnipeg -...................S 23 5 Moose .85 28a 33 Edmonds, Winnipeg .....'...........61 192 2S'" Sturgeon, Saskatoon................21 .7512 O'Brien, Brandon 324 4i Donovan, Regina ...............-----S7 297 30" Wilson, Winnipeg...................31 71 11 Lynch, LetabrMge ..................89 328 37 Olson, Letnbridge-Winnipeg .........93 318 65 "White, Edmonton...................57 117 16 Earper, Saskatoon ........1.........94 299 34 pstello, Saskatoon 95 "6 Anderson, Winnipeg-Saskatoon ......65 215 18 Holmes, Winnipeg-Brandon ..........87 348 35 Pieh, .Lethbridge.....................40 122 12 Sues, Brandon-Regina 369 25 Shultz, Brandon....................93 322 35 Bliss, Moose Dell, Edmonton .....................32 88 11 Triplett, Moose Ja-w-Brandon ........81 275 33 Saskatoon 59 9 Borleske, Brandon ..................37 114 12 Davidson, Saskatoon ................85 331 32 Heinricn, Brandon ..................38 106 6 McDonald, Brandon.................27 96 14 Moore, Winnipeg ...................15 51 4 Brooks, Moose Jaw..................22 74 9 Rodosy, Brandon-Saskatoon-M. Jaw -..So 257 27 3 1 'A 2 4 4 5 "5 59 6 77 ,7.' 26 '4> 21 -3 50 1 'SO 7 31 2 21 22 2- Dellar, Edmonton...................28 86 9 Woods, Brandon .......'.............20 46 3 Saskatoon ..................20 58 7 McNutt, Regina .......-......-........31 99 .7 Gaddy, Calgary.................... .12 24 McDonoiUgh, Brandon-Regina ........17 59 5 Grayson-, Lethbridge-Brandon ........30 83 6 Nelson, 66 1C Murphy, Lethbridge.................3 6 Tallant, Calgary ....................12- 30 3 Burridge, Edmonton 31 2 Grady, Edmonton ...................22 50 5 Samuels, Edmonton-Lethbridge-M. J. .22 63 -1 Thelan, Brandon ....................18 51 2 Moose Jaw ..................33 80 11 Gilchrist, Moose Jaw-Regina.........40 114 10 Grimes., Regina-Lethbridge ..........28 82 4 Brogan, Letbbridge .................17 48 6 Smithson, Moose Jaw ...............33 84 5 Risk, Brandon ......................16 57 I Voss, Regina .......................9 29 2 Smith, Brandon .....................22 51 7 Hodges, Brandon...................i7 5 5 Morrow, Brandon...................23 64 3' SDeiser, Winnipeg ..................22 60 7 .Regina.......................30 77 9 65 3 Miller, Winnipeg-Lethbridge ........30 74 6 Corrigan, 87 7 Huston, Regina-Edmonton -..........18 53 6 Bitting, Brandon ....................13 38 1 Hooker, Regina .....................10 31 Brandon '.....................14 33 2 .6 20 1 a" 1 ,61-.'. 6. 41 8 16 2 69 5' 63 1 -15 2 -79. 11 76 7 37 2 61 5 32 19 2 43 7 ..69: 4 24 ..4 3 63 10 37 1 17 53 2 11 1 21 60 5 19 3" 17 2 9 13 2 45 2 15 2 8 10 17 1 4 10 1 14 1 5 5 1 S 10 8 12 17 1 12 7 12 8 .4 7 9 8 i 10 1 ,8 2 0 10 6 4 80-14 42 .282 1 65 ,7 27 .282 2 118 17 20 .282 3 3S 1 2 .283 2 109 IS 24 .281 19 .280 92 12 26 .280 2 -1 2 2 2 .2 .6 7 1 6 1 2 7 2 1 3 2 .i 2 2 2 1 2 5 4 1 2 2 2 2 "5 S 1 1 1 4 2 5 5. 3 2 1 2 1 .2 1." 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 4 .5 1 1 3 1- 2 I 1 1 1 3 1 104 19 104 21 116 25 155 6 61 13 SI 7 109 14 89.14 -82 27 107 13 36 .6 110 11 31 12 -5210; 105 11 88 9 62 8 95 12 7 25 2 85 17 89 13 80 4 81" 8 78 11 86 14 87 .9 -14 33 3 69 22 '47 11 '31 3 15 16 43 78 9 -'47 4 55 15 92 13 69 10 97.14 34 v2 34 2 51 18 108 12 36 1- 21 3. 26 7 27-11 6 3 70. 10 49 15 18' 6 80 23 "72 9 16 2 100 9 .99 15 .'40-11 73 17 35.12 -22 3 55 3 76 9 29 6 76 15 77 9 39 6 21 4 61 10 13 4 23 3 -67 13 22 4 24 1 9 3 17 51 13 20 5 9 '2 12 5 19 1 V 1- 4 15 14 14 o 5' 8 8 10 14 5 18 10 19 2 7 4 12 3 8 24 .277 .28 .272 20 .270 7 .267 5 .260 70 .260 11 .260 31 27 .259 30 .259 5 .255 22 .254 .'7 ..252 :2524 36 .251 :i .251. 17 .251 .250 "2 .250 7 .250 10 .249 14 .249 17 1 .248 35-.247 29 .246" 2 .244 13 .245 13 .245 14 .242 8 .241 1 .241 2 .240 8 .239 5 .237 16 .236 19 .235 4 .234 33 .232 7 "...230 4- .227 .225 22 .225 G .224 11 '.223 2 .219. ..219 .217 14 .215 12 .214 5 -213 26 .213 20' .212 2 .211 8 .210 25 .209 5 .208 10 .206 4 .201 2 .200' 2 .200 14 .198 22 .198 12 .197 22 .196 12 .196 2 .193 7 .192 4 .185 7 .184 19 .181 2 .179 5 .177 3 .176 1 .175 19 .175 2 ,174 .173 '.172 2 .171 .170 2 .169 2 .16.8- 3 .166 .166 .166 5 ,161 .iee .159 .157 .150. 3 .149 .145 J43 1. .140 412 .IS? 712 .137 513 .135 12 3 1 942 .133 14 4' .129 10 1 .122 921 .122 14 6 2 .115 S 1 .113 1 .105 .096 2 .090 5 .053 4 S 3 4 2 WORLD SERIES DOPE Livingston, Thomas and Lapp. Let's eliminate Lapp and get down to brass tacks. For the brass, 'tacks in this case furnish the crux'61' tiie world's series which Is to be. Usually when one studies u world's series between two clubs, which, by their performances, have more'or less proved, themselves the best 'teams in their leagues, one starts with tlw catchers. IE the series now approach- lag one may stop almost as soon as oue starts. The study of the -catchers reaches tais conclusion: That if teams of Phil- adelphia and Chicago, play six the Athletics will be fortunate to steal three bases. On the other hand, if the Cubs stead fewer than 30 bases in six games they ought .to be. ashamed of themselves.i" The greatest.'point of difference be- tween "the two teams lie's in the Catch- ers. Chicago has' in- Kling and Archer the'iwo greatest catchers -In baseball, possibly-excepting Gibson, Ainsmith and rant with or close to-them. PhilSl'elphialhas: wpn pennant in, the r American league in spite of. rather .thanjbfseause of; their catchers. The between__the 'two teams is better expressed an the catch? ers than in' any other department of the" game, and a'systematic-study of the men who will cake part in, the ies may help itr indging probable results. i Kling to do Catching Kling probably, will do most, if not all, of the catching-'for the Cubs. He is beyond doubt the greatest catcher in baseball, and' -prpbably: the greatest that has ever caught.. '-He in every, departnient-of the'game-except base panning, and-at that :he is-of just below average spe.ed arid his-style of hitting makes speed qf difference in his average.- He ie a-hard line hit-' ter, mostly to .right, or right In base running, -slow, he .is -ex- tremely clever at starting, .worries a pitcher by his falte, leads off Abases, -ajhen.., he _ make start he 'such A good start no catcher can throw .him put. As a general-behind.the; Kling :ias no equal.' :He "worts ,with iiis pitcher, he works', against, "the batter, leverly, -coolly 'and all'.the time. HQ never wastes a 'throw, he never throws a ball unless certain" that 'his fielders understand exactly tried. When he makes a-play it is because the other team Jsv overanxious' and therefore he pulls off -his "bes-t plays just at-the -the other club is excited and rushing, for- a victory. He has stopped'; more, rallies and broken up more winning streaks than any bther catcfieK Contrast Klirig- -witli- Livingston, for ?addy is the best-of Mack's had- outfit. Ivingston is a clever and smart catcher. He is "far away 'the and smartest catcher the -Athletics have. He he he hits well, and hits to right 'He is good on 'ouls, a clever worker "with his pitcher and acts as a sedative on thV uncertain" nerve in Bender >by steadying him-and and Morgan, and fie "pales the- lack of nerve in Bender" by steadying -hi "mahd coaching him along, -But "Livingston ,s a slow, weak and "uncertain thrower. Now, either Lap'p 'or' Ira'iThomas can beat Livingston although neither from the of work- ng- with pitchers or making "plays. Lapp can outthrow either of the oth- ers, and this season he caught rather ;ood ball when on the home grounds and miserable ball -on the- other fel- .ows' grounds. DANNY MAHEfrPtANS'TO START .TRAINING STABLE, IN IRELAND Jockey Expects Retire from Turf at End of Season and Take Up Residence in Country of Birth Dublin, Oct. present racing ;eason will see the end of Danny Mah- er as a leading the saddle on English-racing tracks on the flat He cannot do -less than 126 pounds and this is almost a prohibitive weight or any man who" aspires to be a lead- ng jockey in England. The English acing track however, continue o know him as ,a trainer and pccas- onally he may be seen in the saddle n hurdle and steeplechases. Since the termination of the last rac- ng season Danny has been an enthus- astic follower of bounds, in itself an nvaluable method of training for teeplechase riding. He rented a pri- vate residence in .the neighborhood of Nottingham so as to be in the center the hunting districts. Ma'ber does not. however, mean to make him home, in .England, as many 3f 'his friends imagine. His heart is n Ireland, the home of his parents, and when he finishes his career as a lat racing jockey he will settle down among the bills of Tipperary. "or some time.he-has been looking >ut for training quarters in reland, where he could combine the Deeding of high class thorougnbreds vith "training horses.for some of the iwners who have so long and faithfully tatronized him for his' skill and integ- rity as a jockey. A baseball magnate's idea'of a sane National league .schedule is to opei. he season on Jan'i and to close U December: 31st. ;