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C 7 BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1930. Terry Takes N. L. Batting Crown With .401 A. L. Title to Simmons Bill First Giant to Capture Hitting Honors Since 1915 Athletics' Star Beats Gehrig By 2 Points to Win With ,391 TOP MAJOR LEAGUE VTTERS Fitzsimmons Loads Hurler Klein Sets Run-Scoring Record Vance Strikeout Leader With 173 - Wilson Creates Homer Mark During 1930 240 players appeared in National League contests, 184 of them being in more than 15 games and 56 In less. Bill Terry, New York, won the batting title with a percentage of .401, being the first New York player to lead the National since 1915, when Larry Doyle was the champion with a mark of .320. Terry secured the most base hits, 254, thereby tying the National League record made by Frank ODoul, Philadelphia, in 1929. Charles Klein, Philadelphia, tallied the most runs, 158, setting a new modern National League record. Rogers Hornsby, Chicago, in 1929. set the former high mark by scoring 156 times. Klein also set a new National rec ord for two-base hits, accounting for 59 doubles. The previous mark was 56, made by Delehanty, Philadelphia, back in 1899. 0 rOMOROSKY HITS MOST TRIPLES Adam Comorosky, Pittsburgh, made the most triples, 23. Lewis Wilson, Chicago, batted the most home runs, 56, and set a new National League record. Charles Klein, Philadelphia, had the best previous mark, with 43, made In 1929. Wilson drove home the most runs. 190, establishing a new major league record. Lou Gehrig, New York, had the former mark, 175, made In 1927. Hazen Cuyler. Chicago, led the base stealers with 36 stolen bases. Taylor Douthlt, St. Louis, went to bat most times, 664. Six players took part in all their club's games: Klein and Thevenow. Philadelphia, 156 games; Cuyler and English, Chicago, 156 games; Terry, New York, 1?4 games, and Douthit, 6t. Louis, 154 games. Clarence Mitchell, who was traded by the Cards to the Giants, was the nominal pitching leader with a record of 11 victories and 3 defeats, for '.786. Fred Fitzsimmons, New York, was the actual leader with 19 victories and 7 defeats, for a percentage of .731. Elliott and Collins, Philadelphia, pitched the most games, 47. Kremer and French, Pittsburgh, pitched the most innings, 276. Kremer allowed the most hits, 366. Bill Hallahan, St. Louis, Issued the most bases on balls, 126. Vance, Brooklyn, was the strikeout leader, with 175 victims. Malone. Chicago, and Brams, Pittsburgh, hurled the most complete contests, 22 each, Charley Root, Chicago', and Dazzy Vance, Brooklvn, tied for the most shutouts, with 4 apiece. MALONE AND KREMER TIE IN VICTORIES Perce Malone, Chicago, and Remy Kremer, Pittsburgh, tied for the lpad in victories, each turning In 20 wln3. French, Pittsburgh, and Frey, Cin-innati, lost the most decision!, 18 each. Fred Lindstrom, New York, had the longest run-scoring streak, tallying 19 runs in 12 consecutive games. Charles Klein, Philadelphia, enjoyed the longest hitting streaks, twice running up strings of 26 consecutive games. On one streak he collected 53 hits in 110 times at bat for .482 and the other 49 in 113 for .434. Twenty-eight players secured five hits In a Rame. Fred Lindstrom. New York, doing this feat three times. Ten times players hit home runs with the bases filled, Del Bissonette, Brooklyn, achieving this stunt twice. Hack Wilson. Chicago, hit two home runs In a game seven different times and once hit three homers In a contest. Six players scored five times In a single game and four runs in a game were scored by players 41 times, Cuyler, Chicago, doing It four times. 7 17 .379 7 ( .374 2 7 .370 B .:kh 5 .368 8 .365 0 .364 1 .359 1 4 .340 3 37 .338 13 .339 2 13 .339 2 1 .338 321 2 .320 O .320 2 .319 0 .318 1 .318 1 14 .316 5 10 .314 .308 2 .308 Eagle's Grid Test Enters Second Wecl, Tickets to N. Y. U.-.Mis-souri Football Game Named as Prizes Watklns.St.L. 119 3B9 84 14S 32 Fisher, 81. L. 92 254 49 95 17 Mancoso.St.L 78 227 39 84 19 P.Waner.Pttt 145 589 117 217 32 18 atepna n.Chl 109 340 58 129 21 1 Traynor.Pitt 130 499 90 182 22 11 Clrub wsmst L. 35 33 7 12 2 0 L.Wanet.PItt H8 282 32 94 8 3 Wilson, Chi. 1.15 585 148 208 35 8 56 .356 Cuyler. Chi. 158 642 1.58 228 50 17 13 .355 Hi amp. Pat. 49 117 20 41 5 0 3.3)0 Ott. N.Y 148 521 122 181 34 9 25 .347 Pntch, St.L. 131 540 121 187 47 8 10 .346 Lulus. Cln.. HI 114 18 39 3 1 2 .342 Cngllsh. Chi. 1.58 6110 lo2 214 37 17 14 .340 Wllltney.Phll 149 609 87 207 42 5 8 .340 rrioerg, mil 105 3.12 62 112 22 Hartnelt, Chi 141 508 85 172 33 Jaclcso.l.N Y. 118 431 70 146 27 HoKan. N.Y. 122 3H9 60 132 28 McUUrdV. Phi 79 148 23 50 8 BisMm te.Bln 146 573 101 192 34 13 18 .330 Haley. St L. 120 445 108 149 38 12 26 .335 Fredrick. Bin 142 618 120 208 44 11 17 .334 llellmann.Cln 142 459 79 153 40 a 19 .333 Mosoir, Pitt 40 51 16 17 2 1 0 .333 Neun. Bos.. 81 212 38 70 12 2 J .330 Orunth ni Pit 146 551 120 181 32 14 18 .329 Leach, N Y.. 126 544 90 178 19 13 13 .327 Moral. Phil. 119 391 79 128 20 3 17.327 aiierloCk.Phll 92 297 53 97 16 2 0 .327 Wright, Bin. 135 5J2 84 171 27 12 22 .321 Bartell. Pitt. 129 474 69 152 34 13 1 .321 OrnaUI.St.L.. 48 131 23 42 8 4 1 Flowers. Bin 89 253 37 81 18 Warner. Bin 21 25 1 8 1 Spohrer. Bos 112 3a7 44 114 22 Kranke.SILBo 36 44 S 14 1 Wilson, SI L. 107 361 55 114 25 Davis. Pull. 106 327 40 103 16 CUCCin'lO.Cin 125 440 84 138 22 Como any. Pitt 152 597 113 187 45 23 12 .313 Lopez, Bin.. 128 419 60 131 21 4 6 313 Sisler. Bos.. 118 431 52 134 15 7 3.311 Berger, Bos. 151 555 98 172 27 14 38 .310 Marshall. N.Y. 78 223 33 1.9 5 3 0 .309 Kelly.Cin-Chl 90 354 40 109 16 2 awanson.Cln 95 mi 42 93 15 3 Hornsby. Chi 42 104 15 32 5 1 Adams. St.L. 137 579 97 178 35 10 Walker. Cin. 134 473 74 145 25 10 Cantwell.Bos 34 62 4. 19 1 1 RIchb'rg.Bo 130 528 80 161 22 Stnpp. Cm. 131 466 74 142 35 8 CVelbart. St.L. 139 510 92 155 37 11 Uollthd.St L. 154 6114 109 201 41 10 Bott ml'y.StL 131 IHB 92 148 11 O Fnriell.N Y. 94 250 37 75 16 Nichols, Phil 26 20 3 6 0 Bressler. Bin 109 335 53 100 12 Boone, Bin. . 40 101 13 30 9 Clark, Bos.. 82 233 30 69 11 Moore, Bos.. 83 190 24 56 Df-Berry. Bin 35 95 11 28 3 Gilbert, Bin. 150 82.1 93 183 34 Thever.ow.Ph 156 572 59 168 21 Allen. Cin-NY 97 284 58 83 10 Mensel, Cln. 113 442 62 128 31 Orimm. Chi. 114 429 58 124 25 Moore. Bin.. 76 195 24 56 13 Irr.w Pin . . 44 87 8 25 4 8ilhV. Pitt.. 151 542 93 155 24 14 17 2116 Craw d NYCi 102 301 31 86 10 3 6.2BS D.Tavlor. Chi . 74 217 42 62 14 3 Rensa, Phil. 53 172 30 49 11 Thimpsn.Ph 122 475 76 135 33 eukerorth.CIn 95 298 30 84 9 Bush. Chi . . . 46 78 7 22 0 I Mar'vllle.Bos 142 558 81 157 26 cailBnnan.cin tv a in n.i Sweetlanrl.Phll 35 57 12 16 8 Hoettger.N.Y 121419 49 in in Hipn. Kt.L... ii '10 oi i. Finn, Bin. .. 88 273 41 76 l.l 1 InriMv nt T. 39 29 2 S 1 Blair. Chi.'. 134 S77 B8 158 20 13 Te.rhnot C.nl 42 62 8 17 4 1 Bell. Chi... 74 249 37 on 13 4 Reese. N Y.. 67 172 27 47. 4 2 Welsh. Bos. 113 422 50 113 21 9 BrlCk'I.Pl-Ph 121 4;i8 69 124 21 ataman Phil 5'J 1 00 1 4 27 4 1 Chatham Boa 112 403 49 109 19 U s-n.l. Ptrt. . 67 216 35 58 1 1 1 Bo'th'n Ph-Pl 107 395 71 106 30 Magnlre, Bos 146 51b 05 un ii Bmvthe. Phil 25 15 1 4 0 Campbell.Cln 23 15 2 4 0 Mttcrri.atLNY 25 so v i. l Fsrrell SIL-Ch 69 174 23 46 7 Root. Chi. . . 37 80 4 21 By N. B. BELTH The Eagle's football contest swings Into its second week today. Steam roller week is over. The big guns now come up against competition worthy of the name. In the blank below are the 12 games that go to make up the second week's contest. Yale and Princeton face some real opposition in Georgia and Brown. N. Y. U. is tackling a tartar in Villanova. Ford-ham is traveling into Massachu setts for Its first real test, Boston 1 College. . The intersectionals, as you notice, : are beginning to make a bid for the headlines. Notre Dame continues j its ramblings against Navy. Stan- ford comes half way across the ; continent to play Minnesota. The engineers, Georgia Tech and Carnegie Tech, get together at Pittsburgh. The Big Ten offers two sticklers In the Purdue-Michigan and Northwestern-Ohio State contests. How will these games and the others finish? If you can guess better than the next fellow, you can win a pair of tickets for the U. - t . & r BILL Y 7 AL TRRV ) ; , i SIMMONS Bill Terry, fMants, and Al Simmons, Athletics, compiled the best batting averages In the National and American Leagues, respectively, according to the unofficial statistics. Campus Ramblings St. John's Has Most Colorful Athlete in Marftolies t Jerry Nenieeek Changes Ends i , By N. B. BELTH GucssingFinish Rank of Clubs Big 1930 Flop AI Also Sets Run-Scoring Rrconl Hob Grovr Leads Pitchers With 2H Victories - Ruth Home-Run Titlehohler for Eleventh Time The final 1930 American League records contain the names of 257 players, 195 appearing In more than 15 games and 62 In less. The batting leadership went to Al Simmons, Philadelphia, who finished with a percentage of .391, two points ahead of Lou Gehrig, New York, with whom he waged a close battle throughout the year. Simmons won the run-scoring honors with 153 runs, while Gehrig led In runs batted in with 175, tying his own American League mark set In 1927, which Wil son, Chicago (N. L.) , smashed the current season. The experts have done better Jobs Urban J. Hodapy, Cleveland, accounted for the most base i forecasting th major league pen hits, 225, and collected tne greatest v !nnt race results than they achieved number or two-Daggers, wun ai. Earl Combs. New York, was the leader in three-base hits, with 22. Only Success of A's Saved Performance From Complete Rout final M:irN orrr.i t batting ' ln the cmpailln )lt ctovd. iFiittn (iimn or uorn But for the Athletics coming Pir. ciub. o. as. a h. 2H.jB.HR pc through as handsomely u they did "nun";.w"' ,5i!lJ1,') ai , 3" Justlfy thrlr W winners Mour pun. i.i m hi i j u i joln the American league, the bov ioi'Vv. ,r,ni,4j,r,? 4i " -5-;: to . MutiiM. lmi. i , s a i i o jvj ' extremely embarrassing position. :iob 307 307 :i08 .10S 30i .104 :o:i ,303 .300 300 3 .21)9 1 3 .297 3 3 .'206 0 2 .285 0' 0 .295 5 3 .2114 1 0 .2114 2 10 .203 7 10 .290 2 S .2B9 1 1 2b7 1 0 .287 7 15 4 4 0 0 . MANY N. I RFCOROS FAIX In the team batting many new National and major league records were made. The Clients hit for .318. passing the best previous ma)or league mark of .316, made by Detroit In 1921. Philadelphia with S.6.i8 times at bat had a new major league mark, and with 1.783 hits also passed the best former major high mark. Lt. Louis scored 1.004 runs to make a National League record, and by securing 368 doubles made a new major league mark for two-base hits. Chicago s total or m home runs, a new major league record, passed the former mark of l.-iB. marie by the Yankees in mzi The Cubs also set a new major lraitie standard for total :.'iS2. The National League's combined hatting average was .304, a figure never approached before. New league records were established also for times at bat, run, hits, two-base hits, home runs, total bases and extra bases on long hits. Four pitchers hurled one-hit games: Clark. Brooklyn: Thurston. Brooklvn: May, Cincinnati, and Hubbeil, New York. 2 .2HS 3 2B5 4 2B4 1 .2B4 0 .282 2 .2R1 0 .281 0 .281 279 2711 278 278 274 274 273 273 272 CritiLdn-NY 15S Ml 108 172 22 12 nnol Pitt... II !." .m an li i Hrlhcolf.Chl 89 148 29 38 10 H.nrirlrk Bin 88 187 29 43 10 Fitts'mons.NV 41 82 IS 21 3 Crnnln. Boi. 88 17S 19 45 10 Colin. Phil 54 87 10 22 8 PIHIMt'd.PlU 44 13.) Hfmlv. Pllt 104 45 81 19 MUlone, Chi. 45 104 13 28 0 R.-anril Rni 41 48 3 12 1 OrimM Bo-SlL 34 73 12 18 8 nurocher Cln li3.4 ji i ij Klin St.L. 29 85 3 18 1 m iit io ni w 37 49 3 12 1 42 90 11 22 3 7 13 3 18 1 52 123 IB 29 S 2 132 419 38 85 41 22 28 53 35 IS 32 88 37 "3 23 48 25 37 37 33 19 21 44 88 32 44 .11 .54 38 91 S8 50 18 :'S Oooch, Cln Kolp. Cln . . . Ptwnch. Pitt. 7.arharv Boi 25 54 Limn. 'Bin. . 31 75 nolltnK. Bo Dun h e.Cl-NV 28 43 .1 T.vlor. Chi 32 ni Bm'th. Boi.. 39 82 Forn. Cm. . . R'lke. Chi.. H'tllil. N.Y, niifm St L. Jnhnnon.Cln. .Tnhnnon SI.L Bnii- Phil. Picinich. Bin elude, Bin.. Hrk. Chi . . NMnn. Chi. nrsn. Cm Dudley. Bin. CUrk. Bin. . coll. id Phil Rliv Cln . . PHnold. Bo4 ThurMOP Bin Oo(1v. Bo?. CnnVhum Bo 37 Bnt n NY-Cm 43 71 rhmnonPitt 18 21 Wlk-r. N Y. 40 B8 Fobtrtfon.Bon 21 59 h. Cln 17 11 Rhll. Bo . 20 47 MorrUon. Bin 18 8 Hi, SI L... 28 73 ln. Bin 22 37 PtlV. Pitt -Chi 19 25 Krfm-r Pit) 39 101 Oen-wlch N Y 21 'O Hublw 11. N.Y. 37 bases. ' 5i;- Vonrr. Bin. . Prii'tt. N Y. Mom, Bin . . . Mv. Cin . Win Pitt. Hllhn st L. 35 81 pnc-r. Pitt 'I BuftnniC. Pill 23 .15 H.nrn. Phil 22 27 Ch'Olin. NY. 19 IS wlll'Bhbv Phil 41 48 Bh-rrt l.SlL-Bo 34 81 Kiiiott, Phil. 48 :u Oshorn Chi t-4 43 Rrll ml.. x lliinUD BM. 18 2? Hid SI L. . 20 3 12 4 15 18 10 a S3 343 31 52 10 0 22 2 19 2 38 97 18 S 15 0 2 1 1 9 rfWAI. MATintA!. I.FAGt'lC Cll'S BATTINtl Wi hut etui, n AB R H 2") 311 MR PB PC out K V 1545557 9581788283 83143 82 318 1 Phil 15858.8 94417833(0 44 128 34 .318 3 gt L 154 5511 10041731 388 90104 72 314 3 Chif 1V3(4 I lii nn ill" ..'"i. Bkln 1545438 8711853304 731T2 52 304 9 PltH 154 5:19 891 1822 279119 88 78.304 Ro 1545353 8911505238 78 88 89.281 8 Cm 154 5258 815147225 85 74 4 8 80 10 t T43f 82 702J 2325S 2353 82 892479" .304 52 38 08 35 88 35 89 44 3H 37 38 28 39 20 41 t .271 4 .270 5 .269 0 .209 8 .2P8 0 267 0 .267 0 .267 0 .265 1 .264 1 .263 4 .2I U 7 .260 5 260 9 .257 2 .258 0 .253 S .253 2 .252 2 .250 4 .250 0 .250 0 .247 3 .246 0 .246 2 .245 1 .245 0 .244 1 241 0 .240 0 .2.18 1 .233 1 232 0 232 1 fll 0 231 St. John's Frank Merriwell. If color" can be described as the abil No football player has yet appeared in a New York college this season to capture the Imagination. Jim Tanguay of N. Y. U. Is a possibility, but he still has to prove himself. But Tanguay or any one else will hnve to tro a lone wav to be the n. Y. u.-Missouri game at tne;tquai ln coior 0f Abe Margolics X allure oiauiiim, iiir uiKKmt (cniuc: In town, on Oct. 18. Both first and second prizes this week will be to this game. The contest will be run on the same basis as last week. Fill ln the form below with the probable winners and scores, add 50 words of explanation, name and address, and mall to the Football Contest Editor, Brooklyn Eagle, Brooklyn. N. Y. You need not have entered the contest last week to enter now. Each weekly competition is "independent of the others, and each week different prizes are awarded. Because of the large number of answers received last week and the difficulty of grading them, the winners will not be announced till Wednesday. On that day the winner will get his choice of two tickets for the N. Y. U.-Villanova game or two for the Columbia-Wes-leyan contest. The runner-up will get the alternate pair ot tickets. posites. No one. not even Margolies himself, can tell what will happen once he gets his hands on the ball. He is a lone wolf, always playing the game by himself, and rarely bothering about his interference. But he can think fast on the football field. If the play that has been called for looks as If it Isn t going to succeed, he'll change It to suit himself. Many a time a St-John's play that called for a for ward has turned into a sweeping end itv to do the obvious and yet the 1 run for a long gain because Margo. almost impossible at the crucial mo- lies, once he got the ball, didn't ment, then Margolies has gob.i of it. think the pass would work. Such are the things that put gray Dares Anything hair on a coach s head. Dciuaale Margolies Is the sort who in al"e f"0 - na" baseball game, with his team be- '"" . . .h hind in the iast Inning and twa'm.'S out, would tike two strikes and " ' three balls and then wallop the ball j em,rri, Switched over tne tence xor a nomer. ne nasi , ..... . . . . done it. This department saw the j VprV lltt,e has cn said about thing happen in a schoolboy game j Capt. Jerry Nemccek of N. Y. U. In between New Utrecht and Lane High J the public prints thus far this sea-Schools back In 1926. ,on. By rights the publicity mill Paying nis iourin year on tnouId be booming Jerry for an All- American post as an end. But may RARE Rl'TH HOLDS HOME Rl'N TITLE Babe Ruth. New York, led the American League In home runs lor huuihi bo ny mho i;i h i j i Mt i The Chicaeo Cubs ram rln t the nth time, with a total of 4 ft St liS IS X i". .2 :IZ UimUng consnd trTpre- laiiinn one iiumr iiui miui i, m mi- m.i.. ;ij i iii i, .;iosi dictions oi 44 out of 66 exncrts that .o..;S:c,. i"S Yin?, V i" 'J"i lt:e Bruins would repeat, but not 4 i 12 i i i .1.13 j quite close enough. h'wI-m,"'. iiTiillliiK ! t 1-.', ! At the outset of the 1329 season J man au,ail.w lool W lu.i 4'J 11 ting 50 for the fifth time in his ca reer. Ruth. Incidentally, raised his lifetime home run total to J65 home runs Marty McManus. Detroit, led the base stealers, having 23. Tom Oliver, Boston, went to bat the most times, 647. Nine players took part ln all the games played by their teams, each appearing ln 154 games. They were Oehrig. New York; Hodapp. Cleveland; Cronin. Washington; Kress, St. Louis; Miller. Philadelphia; Oliver, Boston, and Gehringer and Alexander. Detroit. 9 .,1Bine i.arainais were the nick of only o ..ho . two experts to come through on top, o ii4t. 'and If the truth must be told rivin Lroiiin.wa.h 1.H 5w 12i :o.i 42 u lj ., pride had something In rtn Mlh Ikl. Kimwy H..L. HO 7U 14 24 4 I J JU ' " biniin. Bo. . m 'j.i j m i i Comoa, ft I. 1J, 5JU 13u 18 22 Mall, Clv . . 26 'fl 1H 4 64 14 lllv JOI) ia 1J4 i3 i.ta o.ti 102 181 ,,J ls Ml U8 loa jl l.l , pre-scason optimism. b j,o Brooklyn was consigned to ths 1m .jjo ! irrnnri Hivicln nA u-.. .i .... .,,..,, iJU m-Ltrt niiill sixm Ulcmy. N Y. Aveiui, Llev. run., uj ont ion Jl l.l ji .j. ; umi itr.wt. i 4iiii.4u4 4.1 l, 16 ..iji place. ""1 vv.n. 11U410 i4 Uo 21 iu s Here's lh nick . ,u . M.ioy.w.su jj u j4 4 u o ,nr nn'sh of the two rac vieoo. Bui.. i:h,i 61 lio 30 t It Ji, , " IIIiarea Wltn the iplprtlnn. lev.. ai 11 j4 02 li I 4 mjj ' P JUDkf fU, Clev l.A.i. N.K. uir, C.e Ml.ivr, Full. KK-.ijl'N i UttlxlHIO. v.ui Jani.coli.oie nwk, run. y..fla, 1'iill. St. John's football team, and In that time he has put a lot of gray hairs an Coach Ray Lynch's he.id. In a crucial moment he will always do the most daring thing. i and what has made him a hero is : be he won't need the publicity mill. Last year Ncmecek played on the I long end of N. Y. U.'s unbalanced ; line and was a sensation as a pass ! that he has time and again come' . l,.. And don't forget the prizes for throush with a spectacular run on ; !i1" " v i ..,...ii the following week. A pair of ! an obviously foolhardy play. What iatrnl nass Dlavs ' Football caD-tlckets to N. Y. O.-Mlssourl game ; can a coach d0 with payfr lilulK'iatl, to each of He would capture the .mag- but dcspUe "the Now Is the time to fill ln the form. ,natlon ol the hBrdcst -boiled far. ,hKt there is a whale nf a bat- mentor. ! M- oninir on for the other end nost. Ncntccek's place Is absolutely safe. He Is I he steadiest, man In the line There is an Interesting rivalry be- ROR GROVE LEADS WINNING PITCHERS Bob Orove, Philadelphia mound star, led the pitchers with the fine record of 28 victories and five defeats, for a mark of .848. He turned In the most victories of American League pitchers, struck out the most batters, 194, and appeared In the most games, 50. George jCarnshaw. Philadelphia, pitched ln the most innings. 238. nnrl wnlkeH the mrvvt. hAfjimen 13R . ... - ty..8M, ni Ted Lyons, Chicago, turned In the iu. cie most complete contests, 29, and allowed the most hits, 331. Three hurlers had the season's high mark for shutouts, with three each. They were Eamshaw, Philadelphia: Pip-gras, New York, and Brown, Cleve-land. Milton Gaston. Boston, and Jack Russell of the same club lost the most decisions. 20 apiece. Wcs Ferrell had the best winning streak, running up 13 In a row before the White Sox handed him a beating on Sept. 26. Air. .nil r,Ul 14 001 b.i la , 20 jj4 j NATIONAL LHOUF. AMPRICAN !,.,., McM.nm.iJei 1.12 4o.i uj ,i 4 dji Loiu -Iimrth Phiiiotlnli i B-.t o..p,.,, ft 1...U.I 12 .1 10 lo .-!.! N' Vnrk third N,. ' York " ,12,A Mor.li. Bos. IH t-.t i 8 4 0 O JiU, J JJlooklvn ..m!.lf.-lr,llnd lr?.r2 4Mi, en., wui i iuj uU n i.i ji.i 1 ronon ....(, ,",, w212 oui.iotl..ev U4 1.0 2o .1.11.1 0 0 ..il. : P"!l!l)hl fifth nnmon '.'f,S '.rOa.lU, V-ulL l-,8 ofl.l llj loO oJ li ;,i .jOO - . rlllll .IM 111 U ult 4 J bd 44 oi 'lo U 0 in 10H 1 .J 03 14 Mjti, VVail. l.iHaii Hi In ami-e.Ciii-Ma 10211 la 04 id byona, cm. fto 12 it Zj.i.'lJ&'W?3- Ch"d :so' -' lot -U rJ li- .1 Jo ) uJ i rt J J.l . 0 1 J 9 .oui a . . ir "'-Kilmer .37 Ktrhmr II .jii.1 fc-nm .yj Ci,lmiTn 7 narn a "u. M-lion onn Z,, -Li- 5"".. "00. Bo. .COO, ooj. Fotll .000. i wo knmen-Wi. .joi wOO 0 -doo 0 .226 0 222 0 .221 0 220 0 .217 t .218 8 .214 0 211 0 .211 0 .208 1 206 0 205 0 204 1 2(KI 1 .200 8 200 0 .194 1 .192 0 .190 4 inr. 0 '186 I 0 .182 0 0 0 1 .0 Bhllltpn. PnlldHphl. 13 i-n Kon pal. Philadelphia. 12 lm-Mom. Chl-c:o. 11 8me Pnnn-lM, Ne York. 10 lajnes Speete. PhtladelphlA. 9 garner M illignn. Phllndflpnla; Altxiindtr. Plula-dPlphla. and Htmach. Brooklyn. 8 Rames Jonrs, PHtshumh; MrWucny. Cincinnati, and Jones, Bouon. 7 games Erickson. PittnbiirKh. 6 gameLucas. New Yorlt S games--Stoner. Pittsburiih. 4 game Hill, St. Louis. 3 game Brown, Boston, and Carroll. Cinclnnsll. 2 gams-Cooney. Boston: Newsome. Brooklyn: Paulkner. Brooklvn: . McAIee. Chlrtgo; rckert, Cincinnati; JnOd. N-w York; Morrell. New York; Bednar. Pittsburgh; Lang, Pittsburgh, ard Kaufmann, Ht. Louis. 1 game --W Moore. Brooklvn; Warneae. Chicago. Wvsong. Cincinnati; Mosoll. . Pittsburgh. Waller, Pittsburgn, and Ue:i. Bt. Louis. FINAL NATIONAL I.PACil'K t'l.l'B irCIIIMj i Five Decisions or Morel Player, Club. O. IP. H. BB. BO. W. L. P C. Milch 1.BILNY 25 131 LlJ Wl -i 11 K .io leschoutChl 40 153 177 46 58 11 Plt7a m'ns.NY 41 224 30 60 78 19 Miiloue. tht. 45 2U2'.ll 93 138 20 4 111 189 49 M II 32 235 291 56 14 17 38 179 198 52 64 14 8 52 6H 15 14 4 31 201 222 60 63 14 39 276 J66 60 60 20 9 iB 81 32 22 5 39 1 1 5 1 43- 27 39 5 29 182 J15 38 62 13 Znchary. Bos Brame. Pitt Phelps. Bin. Carlson. Chi Liue Bin. Kremer. Kill 4 .7.1.1 7 .7.11 hll 5 .6Hb 8 .6ii0 7 2 S IlelmetlesA Horseman Margolies is short, stocky, broad of shoulder and stronc nf leu and twen Joe Hugret, sophomore star, has a shock of blond hair that has'nd Charley Marshall, last year's never felt the weight of a football ; regular, for the other end position helmet. The helmctless horseman, ! Hugret, thus far, has been able to he Is called, because he insist on ! displace the veteran. He Is a trifle always playing with that Shock of j Emarter and faster Marsha s great-yellow hair flying In the breez. His pst a5S't " 1?is Pun"n,! fblllty,' Bo? grit seems endless. He takes fear- I McNamara Is the finest punter on inej stlllnu. nut. xiiiij itttiiiuv uom ful beatings because he Insists play ing 0 .22 7 Wooo. put. Bell. Bt.L. . Haines. St L. 6Vl 816 2 .60 3 6J5 3 .6J5 .619 Orlm S.BO-HIL33 201 249 66 74 18 10 615 Heving N.Y. 41 68 108. it.i o Bush. Chi.. 46 225291 B.i 71 13 10 .600 Hallahan StL 35 236 213 126 174 15 111 .600 Moss. Bin- . 33 117 127 54 29 6 6U0 Usborn. Chi 35 125 147 63 39 9 6U0 Ulllrslon Bin 24 1U6I10 17 28 I 4 .600 Neium Chi 37 .6 94 27 27 3 2 .1.00 lln il ill. .. 20 31 38 14 10 3 SI Collins. Phi aiimit nln Hubnell. NY ;ilsini i.uu ii ' j without proper protection for i ao" " ' hi Korf Vol l, u v,j , Hnu no mitrMiHii. wuu tuu iiuj-v n ,..u . . . ,ic lino liau I IU l- the kicking last year, will probably be called upon to do so awn. Which mepps that Sn"nr Hi'Tct will Be ..pending a good bit of time on the sidelines. Tn the rlUriiMinn In this KOace the most valuable man in the St. recent lv of the ehHnors In the St. John's backfield. That honor must John's football schedule, the name go to Al Pace, a steady and most I of Lafayette College appeared er-ronslstent player. In this respect ronrouslv. Lehigh was the schoo, Margolies and Pace are direct op- In question. ous injury. It always takes half a dozen tacklers to bring him down, and he has never been known to1 stop when another Inch could be' gained. Yet It would be hard to call him riTenmo ritords Pitcher. Club; o. IP. H. BB. BO: W. L Bcnlnn. N Y. 8 30 42 14 14 1 3 Benton. Cin 29 187 246 45 44 7 1? IJonohut.Cin 8 34 53 13 4 1 3 Doiiohue.N Y 18 87 135 18 27 8 8 600 , Prankh'e 8l.L 8 ?0 31 13 4-2 3 4I2J92H8 8.1 74 18 11 o.lj Prankh'e. Bo 27 110 IS 43 30. 7 8 35 197 204 .0 3H 10 7 .546 1 Grimes. Bos II 411 75 23 15 3 3 onn , tirinies ni u ii l.i 1 ,4 sj ;'J 1 .1 5 Linrtkey. SUL. 39 105 131 48 .i 7 b Mi l ! MllCiell Si t. 13 3 2 11 Rhem 8t L 26 1 19 17.1 37 44 1 1 8 .579 I Mitchell N Y. 24 1?8 150 35 SI 10 John.onwL 32 202 217 37 89 13 10 .56., j Pelt.. Pitt 10 42 67 13 16 I SherdlStLBO 34 183 2S0 44 49 S 7.5H3 Pellv. Chi . 9 40 52 6 18 1 Pruetl N Y 45 1:16 148 6J 48 5 4 5 ,6 S ",.'.St I 13 64 86 1.1 25 3 Clrab alll SlL 3:1106 120 52 43 S 4 6:. 1 Sh. rdel, Bi 21 1 19 114 31 24 6 Root Chi.. 37 220 248 6U 123 1 6 14 Ml ui.i.ae V 39 244 269 84 91 17 15 .i ll ." Vann FIB.. 35 J60 24J 5 175 17 IS .611 .17 Sr... uiT, a vnl211 37 S2 13 l.l .. .164 r I,l.ns 35 130 lf.9 56 .14 t 9.MI0 doigi;rs in grid row .162 ! Trench, Pitt 42 2711 322 91 88 17 18 .486 60ilhH' ,, 36 250 266 83 74 15 16 .4H4 I Snencer. Pi-l 41156 185 81 :.8 8 9 .4.1 150 ?u'a. Cln. 33 211 265 U'SJ 14 18 .46, ? '!5 C n h.m rVu. 36 104 120 43 27 5 6 455 1 1 .147 .t0I,tc hut 2.1 96 102 27 30 S 8 .4oo . 1 l"lR Bm,lh ' HO, : 21241 67 11 ' 122 Mrine Pitt.. 20 117 168 .44 17 8 4. 32 171 201 44 37 9 13. 4011 38 r.10 U4I2 79 89 10 13 .4uO i 44 347 2(18 IT! 42 11 18 .379 L7 169 179 3.1 39 I ! 117 ldO . 6ft 3ft The newest New York City mem ber of the National Professional ' up in a double header. I Football League, the Brooklyn ! Dodgers, will make tlvlr first local appearance today in a leajue 250 name with tie Rtxtjleton Ptapes at Jon 'Thompson Field. S. I .5:16 ' ' r- VAXCr. tMHKb AT DEXTKU Dazy Vance and Howard Ehmke, the former Brooklyn's leading hurlT ami the latter a 1920 Worla Series hero with tne Athl"tirs, will take the slHb for the All-Ftars agalnt th""Bushiwlcks this afternoon at Dexter Park when the team, honk 3 72:: 0 I ono 3 7'.'i 6 .143 3 250 2 .8cn S 515 Hugietl, Lie!., auiiivan, iai Hairis,uh-w 10o 269 57 B4 20 Biuee, wah loo tit o loo in bc.drt.Ll, Bos luisl W J bCMt.i.Ciev 1UA oo.i s.i ml 14 Beeus. ilev.. 6on4 ot iw 11 'lii 200 .al 7 1 1 60 .i 74 7 111 soi 91 134 20 O.I 1 IH 19 J4 8 4.1 66 4 19 J 1W 3,1 50 10O 21 10 O.I l 10 .1 92 2l'J 4b 62 12 JI lol 2.1 4i 6 Hj .2 0 0.1 6 62 109 .1 oo 8 L. 11.. oifj o.t lJ 20 Heving. bos 'id 219 lo ol a roiinvta. uiev 40 un o oo 7 Loa.ip, wan ot loo ii oi 9 baiglavt.N.Y 4ol08 11 00 1 u..i..ia, ru.l oo o4 10 lo 2 On.er, Bo.. lo4 bs'l 8j loj 34 runs. lei.. 1iUo4 'it lo it Auivtely. btL in ioo oo oo 19 nuu.ica id.uii 31 bj ill 2 streak of consecutive games to 885. . u 11 Lou started his streak In 1925 and Boa .. iuooj ,s UJ a has the third highest run of this i"in8'rulJ." "i "2 "i trr. Cm. tterry. bos.. Lr, h.i. . rei.eli, c.rv rtUi.iiruck.bui Milter, boo. . fvUi.Cl. Vtdail yru, ti.f.. . Ati5, lei,. timt, btL. 000. Win.;t Ouo! ffMIII l ... 1 Oirctiinir. ,,. J : B'vne u a jv. cune .000. '' i.7hfj0ll-win? Viichen took part In .o.iless than five decisions- ,a Ne Vor -ji "..r. w:..inL "oiiowiv ' L-lrok lnnrtu- J.'i '...eap. l U .ion 1 0 ..o. .levei.nd Muore V h . . m Cillstto. 2 b .... : de.phi. ".id r-i-c'.r" VV .Ting'on'T l'm:- 2 I .2.. I - U,on, Cleel,.iifl anS' ll- .3 '"" 4 9 .ioo'.ChKago. 5 -i ,,hht?S, "''nk'n-nin. o a..,. I Cleveland; Wend,, cnir.go 1 v"8 J 3 u -a., IllgloB. and hi,, i. ,"?.. M".'- Wash. GEHRIG HAS PLAYED IN 888 CONSECUTIVE GAMES By plaving In his club's 154 games Lou Gehrig. New York, ran his 2.1 8'iielcl 27o ary. New HoMi.i, i,k7.'. anie ficnocrson New Yo,i,:-H:d,,: Mil- i rKK.rnTT j 2 .i.i, ,'Ruin. Ni. vor t"e 'nil. and 4 .,1 I 2 6 11 J A sort, being second to Joe Sewell's run of 1.103 games, mhich was halted on April 30, 1930. The world's record, made by Everett Scott, is 1,307 consecutive games. Jimmy Foxx, Philadelphia, achieved the feat of making six hits In a game, while Ave players hit five times in a contest. Dale Alexander. Detroit, had the ! .un.e toa longest hitting streak of the season, j "'a m.Vllli garnering 41 hits ln 121 times up In Joi,imivh i. Wuinu, Pinl. Jo .j 2 9 .Vi.'Naif, fill! 7ri Joo 2d 84 14 2 O'Kourke.biL 110 400 ol loo lo 4 KHliun, C.li. Ill ooO 1 69 .0 8 bines, StL.. m ji 4 iu 3 0 rtelua, uel. .0 37 7 10 2 1 haj aorta. wet n'2. 24 61 12 4 rtaig e iel-tV boni .0 4o 9 2 ci...li. Cnl. lai .00 b2 lol 2o g eeireii.S. .1.. 101 .i 43 04 10 4 lJ4 ool Oo ljo Oo 10 olt .14 3 WOO 268 2 lo lo 4 H.VU Mmt I.I .4GI E ( LIB u -Ho ' ue'lsions or .Morel 1 .2.0 I Plfher. Club. CI. IH . bb , , . . 50 -HI 272 6.1 194 ja I u.l 49 46 u 3 ma iteKan, ihil . waisn. Lnl. Mui.aavy.ial ot a 2u 0 :ni t Oiove, Pnu. 1 .2 it I SCI,. N y,. ll A .t. Biioiaa v ,, '., , . ' ' 0 .2.u!I.io.v.v,.,ri o ,'oii '. :,J I. . i i'" 1 .21. 1 Koinniei.finl iji-ai,, ... 'i .':"' V...II 'ioln.,1.,0 to ti IS 7 H.i ti Am Joo loj l is uj j;i h -I ... .j.i 1 1 1 .' I 1 a at ' io4 lt 52 :ii 9 S i A 49.9.1 .00 1J8 168 22 1.1 k. 0 264 I Pcnn.rlt. Ni il ,., tV JJ 6-? . . ,i i .oil 0 .2u. I J, 8 ..'6. ! r I 2 .0 . H.lll. g Bu-rtY 1 .2o'i alanine, Pn 3 26i. i lamina. Pn a stretch of 29 successive games. ""'cl, J j; His averase for this string was .339. i ,oi.ia,ulev The best run-scor ln streak was I s-fjat. ei 3o :.n a 10 3 6. 191 24 50 11 51 DO 14 17 2 . 'J on 1U lo 0 I 2Ji io 2U 8 i'.b ol 46 3 II 74 10 19 6 endured by Lou Gehrig, New York, I Bjt'ner van lj uu Zahj ii who scored 24 rung In 15 consecutive 1 ,uoo. P.ui i.io i.u ll . 112 .1 .,, , .in,.. rVaah. o.i 1(1 1 ) ,iO .1 6"l' Suirv, t in . ;,4 , 1 lo ft n-ooae. N i. 92 21 4 1 oo 12 FOI R HIT TI11IFE HOMERS IN ONE GAME 1 200 sitt.in cm ol oh io 4., a .aul.tvon. cm ..".: -rv " ? .. 2 VU.I.ll. ifi 9 5 4 U 6 VU 4 0 9 1,4 'IA 1. 5 10.1 1, n I. ii . 1. 1 1,0 il 4 U 7 III, ouilic. iii.L. i.roiije Cai. Ooidmen.v.le v.alKy. tin. rlro.n. Citv Lino. C.cv . . b. ' lies, n c 0 Biiiitn. tnl. Four players hit three home runs In a game, namely, Averill, Cleveland; Goslin. St Louis; Gehrig. New York, and Ruth. New York. Ruth did the. trick for the first time In a regular season, having performed the feat twice before In world scries competition. Babe also hit two homers In (iiiring the season, making 57 times he has .done this taurine his lifetime rnrAA. Cn,,n ,,, .,, , lljUr.l.Nt mil. i. Ljiiii iiaji-m nit tiuuir fe,arn,in 92 U, ... 7 1 7 4J i.U l.l 30 8 112 ,0.1 1 '16 1 1 l..t ...4 ,4 .,6 6 I A 16 a game sli times t,l - -.J. n n with the baes fll'.ed. Four-plavers scored five times In i ia game, while players scoted four atro.n. w.. ii .1 . . .. . . I.A.v.k Ii,.. iiiiin in a isme on 19 occasions. ik 41 68 12 ,6 0 111 j K.oeii.g.N i .L6H Ui 3. 9 40 62 14 RlOQie, , Clll. .25 ..g 7 14 .1 rienry. Cm , 3.) .10 2 12 0 laur.CnbtL 1L2 287 4:i t0 11 .curies, LIU. .9 1.1 14 23 3 Bungro. bl.L ni J.J .0 .5 17 B.s.art. til L 0.1 ,i'.l I i 21 2 8 ' 10J 25 10 24 2 .49 .M 1 1 2.1 9 i.air ll.b.,,...Y 1, 17 1 4 0 U) 1 10 J .'l ".' 7.1 20 Pll 42 1 14 1 1 26 8 I llau.ey. w u ui si Blase. CM. Rtxev. Cm. Beugt. Pnll. Prey. Cm- , Koln. C.n . Il'.lolt, PV.I. 096 094 t9:i 077 .069 1 00 I Tnr-T.m.- C.Tnn 760. t. Miore .200 Brnan noo onn. noo. PINAL NATION 41. I 14(11 t CI. I FIISLDIKU riuh o. po a b np tp. pc Nw York 134 4069 1946 187 141 0 97-0 C "Clrn 11154 JM 1897 165 157 9 97 '7 Chicaro. 158 4194 1"8 171 146 0 .9725 BrootlvB 154 4008 1SB0 171 167 I 972 Boston . 154 405S 1778 171 168 0 .971 f Louis 154 4111 1757 184 17S .970 Tlltlb rgh 154 33:" 14 213 15. o .064 .... 000 grl (rt rhllsdel a 156 4144 1990 236 164 1 963 Oroe'HoM 33J. V Mr OOO FINAL NATIONAL IPAOt'r BATTINO u "..V, ooo Bednar noo and Lang 000 ICORDH . ii.. 413 Waller .noo. (Fifteen OamM of Morn Mr, 000. Bovl, 000, Kahn 000 Wyaong ., . at u . .. in ni nnn Ricnnda .000 and warnese -e Phr.iv. cm. 24 4 2 sio o 750 juf following pitchers took part ln Willi. mvPMI 21 17 1 7 J 8 0 .412'. " ' '' . -lalong. Terrv. ny. 154 6 1.1 1:18 254 r.a is 21 am les than nve derisions. . . B;.,a t L 44 101 27 40 6 2 4 .3 16 3', fm lehiffn Cincinnati .4 Mrrman Pln 153 614 143 541 48 II 34 3'i I I t reel- Birivtlte Phllsdelohis K"'n Pinl 156 648 158 250 59 8 40 36 ' Ch:i-Irn 15 iind rhstnon. P'Msnii tn OPmil. Phil 140 528 122 202 37 1 .363; 16 enmea -N'choH. Ph"sde'pnla, Ah. Cm- llnCst m.N T 148 80S 121 2o2 3 1 22 .31 1 cinnall, and Mouuaa. Mtatllfh ames 13 0 128 0 .122 0 .120 0 .118 A 114 111 ...il nn. 3n 1C.6 I:i2 46 41 V. I Beni n NY-CI 37 217 2H8 :,: M IK I ...ilinil lS 34U,8 2,3 66 .18 Cuii.rd, Pl.il : Ijiisy ; Caniiiiielicin 21 M ' Otid'ev. Bin 21 67 10.1 21 C,en,lc4i NY 18 61 .1 19 12 Brandt Bos 41 I.V. P4 57 62 Chaul.n N Y. 19 73 88 11 1 . .. i i,l.ol.H i v.. Cm 26 112 141 41 44 Th fOllOWing piaven. tio.i.v..,.-- Mvni-'ghb? Phi 41 153 MO 66 35 In less man ia gamrn. Fonrtn gam.. Phillips .42- Thlr'een gamea TUson -166. Helmacn 250 Bang,y .167. Koupal .05.1 and fu.lia .008 Ta.tva asm, a Wso 273. FlVen. V.me. - Pucclnelll 563., Sr'nct JiO Parmelet 250 and HsrgreavA .1.8. Sm.,m,T-":,' "jW. Wood 258 Jame".' ,lK MlllS-n "l?S. R6"nh,r, .000. Ai,rander .000 and p Jones uo. Ficht games Csrison UcWeeuv .143 an1 Smith .000. neven tsn,ts--trirsson Cullon 182 and Healey i. aam. R l,U tut aemei- aioh.r .0011 Pour tK6i.a Clarke Coon.v .ooo 6 11 .3 8 13 .318 8 13 .3111 8 15 3IH 6 13 .333 2 4 .;i:(3 2 4 .331 2 S .2"il 4 11 267 1 8 2 0 3 11 .214 4 17 10 Peltv Plll-Crl 19 Si US 19 oj a Hansen. Pnu 22 84 irJ 38 24 . . 1 ooo The plavers listed below played with two cluba in their league. Their first club Is pl.ired first: RATTING at((IPl8 Csrison 250. K. JVMieg SOO. "OO. ... 250. atyiw '5 nnn . as ooo and Martin .000. on 444. Hilt .3-13. J- Plaver. Club. O. AH. R H IB 3R HR. Pr Allen, nil ., 21 48 10 10 1 0 3 .217 A:i-ll. NY.. 76 J36 48 73 2 1 .107 I Becon. N V. 8 10 2 3 0 0 1 ,J00 I Benton. Ml. 38 81 111 0 1 0..75: Brickell. f 1 66 219 38 66 9 .1 1 207 Brlcsell. 1 I JJ 2.19 33 39 12 8 ft .247. Cra.loid. .'5 78 I! II 1 7 3 .276' tr.(o'd!,Y 25 18 11 21 3 3 1.276! rrns. Cm .. 28 101 15 24 3 2 0 .".:i, Crllr. NY.. 124 557 93 148 18 10 4 .266 l.nohue t In. 8 10 0 I 0 0 0 .loo' iwn.ihiit N Y. 18 r.l 2 8 8 0 1 273 P.rrell. Bt I.. 23 61 J l.l 110 213' Farrell Chi 46 113 20 U.I 8 0 I 101, Frankh's, aiLt 8 0 0000 000 Prankh se Bos ?7 39 S 14 1 0 0 .359 r.rlmes Bos 11 16 3 3 I 0 0 .188, flrlmes, tit L. 23 57 9 15 S 0 0 263 ' Ketlv, (".'in.. 61 ll.lt 16 54 10 1 g .288' Kcllv. (.hi , J9 165 22 53 6 1 3 .:!:.!, M tchell. Alt, 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 .500 I M'trht.1 C Y, X 17 9 12 1 0 8 .245 Pr'IY. Pitt . 10 12 I 18 0 8 CO;' I Pellv cm. 9 11 I 3 10 0 .. '1 nerdel. PI 11 !l 3 2 0 0 8 i5, P,rd,1. B-i" ?' 4J 3 4 1 0 0 6-5 I Sr ii'i.rn. Phi 90 344 -61 11 IS g ?tt , Baiuthsin. Pill 11 II t 1.118. herns. b Combs. New York, and Simmons, h ' an. t.i i-. . Philadelphia, performed the trick '"Jic-'it" 1 twice. . 'JIV' me new yorg Yankees set a 11 is 8 16 6 14 411 5'1 12 :.J 9 19 t 7 EAGM-. FOOTBALL CONTEST -It LANK Saturday' games which have been selected for the Eaitle'i seaond weekly football contest follow. C1ioof your winners, fill In the prohible scores, state the reasons for you: selections in 50 words and mail to the Football Contest Editor, Brooklyn Eai;le, Briokl.-n, M. Y., on or before Friday midnight. .Answers without the 50-ord explanethn will not be eonslder'd. The best two n-.wew as compared r.tth the pr'ual scores of he gamea will each receive 4wo tickets for the N. Y. U. -Missouri game of Oct. 18.' " I Sc. I Sc. 'I i Sc. F.n!a N. T. V. Tale Harvard, ltnl68 Cll"fe I v:i't I j Intra Dscat. . I Sc. t i Wtsleyas ! -I Carnegie Tck "ti Tli Ctlgi'e Pnrdnt Slsiloral I I LslsyeHe I ! M',rli;ie6 .1 'lisnesota I Priseelna ,.. Name Arf.l "ss Nirthwestera Ohio Slat,.'. .' I rtllne. tvi .Hct I g.ilet l..... .....a ...... -j imsion, lns inimiwi iinsiir ici.uiu mr 1U116 DriLlCQ dro-e. P ut In with a total of 879. lhs bett pre- Jaosmev vious mark was 933. made by Chi- f wm'iii?,'i.Let CR7.0, nauunai League, in l.'tf. Ihey u isin i'.Hi. also set a new mark lor runs g"oiecl ainca 1900, with a total of 1.C60 tallies. The former record was 982. trade by the Chlcasi Cubs In 10-'9. which the rt. Lot'ls Cardinals pussed the piesent seajvn. 49 CARL REYNOLDS ET HOME. Rl'N RECORD Carl. Reynold-". Chicago, set a major league record by home runs In three - consecutive Air tier L. Deutei'.l'et ' o.-r'.l i.cl .i t J ! R.-fhoM r !"tL ;i7 61 ( , nnolli aWs 2, 46 Alt gvoy. N, s . K irlla. P ll. , Pennocs.N'Y I 8 ,'ln. t lev. I R,laeii Bos I a rre.W.Mi I ii rang. P ill Catav. vv Ciil If.i 1 r fi'I-.w so Im Cl' ero His. 16 0 2(1 81 .in 7.1 : t II 92 2,1 ' .17 147 i .9 24 IJ 16 39 4 6 108 2'J4 34 67 .11 -,1 7 16 IS Wl 7 21 .VO 110 11 22 .19 4U 4 a 21 on 3 11 24 81 3 14 31 . 7 64 ini 42 1.6 ll .1 13 il 10 I , 8 1 J 1 0 20 i hj in ti Kl C.ev oe lio 1J 5; in a ! IJ 'II l.'l :i lii 4.r.'raifV 40j.-,8 ni lot u u I. in i .4 oi .,.1 g J3 .()' 201 fc u ! j lJ ' . 'I i.U b6 lliH IS I . . Ji f-' -: II 12 50 . . ... ji . I ill ill .on Wuinu 2.4J lo 2,i0 V. B.ei g.P.nl 2 .. l'i.. ,l., h 26 L ,:c L-l ii ! .sy..ri 61 0 !, i.V.i yi o-,i o' 561 61-1 66.1 56j ;.i o:m 5.1 oil o.) 2.1 V.V..U. ,1 ei. t-.ll .in ,OI l i 17 .1 .n i.. 212 Xtltl C.e. 23 74 Ol M i 2 3 ''.:? O.H .16 14 I 3 .ton .7 8., 1,0 :i 13 i.r) .ii si 211 Herring Iiei aj a io . fc.,e. in. NY 37 1- .10. , Hlaeh r 81 L :i 191 .337 1 II ,,, i,i ( !e... .,7 .. .2.16 I B:o..Il. Clrv j5 21-1 271 ..i. - (ii'o,, nirr i-iri-2j.i , lint fce. Ws.h 24 ..i. i , ti o'-n sos ...i '-1 1 s ie, t Ir or.. Lo -3 62 24 .1 1 lil 2-4 ' l:i,n,e i.i I -- I I :n e H i 2.6 ilia l II.W-C.I 2.'. 5l.rli. Bo, Ai:' M.'es si ,(' Ro'.e.l p. JI6 Cifln so Hi L 2Hj l.o-nij N V. 7 io io-s. ( i iiiiriiain bos (i ay. fit I. i-.o Ws'ih ( hi. M. f'li ,..n t,I 2 CBiit'c.i, lift 20 1 enr . Chi -IK Ian l.tlei NY H 21.' ,3 r.j J8 27.1 2.3 M i 111 1 iH 1 .il 3 2 5.1 VI '4 lid 1.7 41 !; 6, o; ,a ro '"J 174 .18 ..6 111., AMI 69 1 J '.1 I A I : 4 I 1 I2S 4 I 1-0 18 4 1 .' 1-1 2 3 .4,1 31 Id! Ml : 1 40 7 113 ,-, '4 Ji 33 13.2 0 !g u u: 0 ll,. 1 lo. 0 70 11 11 4, 51 l'l 18 448 51 11 14 .'40 l-i 3 4 .4:' 32 3 4 ,4. 1' 11 15 ,il 1 I 9 1.1 4 1 97 :i : n :m 1 6 in : ,s I 10 I i ... J 44 7 12 .3: 8 4 4 a .i - J 6 .. 13 i 1 D :. 8 .'4 A 18 ., I.' 2 .1 8 5 13 2'g .0 4 15 -2'. 9 I Ii 2( I :'l 1 4 -T8 3 I .4 .167 I'l I 6 17 17 loll .. I H ' r's'ci n 41 9.1 16 38 64 3 g hlltmo 1 A nail P, 1 IS IS I ltoi;e,l IJ-' i. in A' . Wa'herg Pl(e:i8 7.1 iirnrs at oai, in as many Inntiiis. on ' Wiieiti g ikky 29 67 s n Jillv 2. Clancv. first hsemn nf th. HoviNt-IfL ..A . 62 Chicago club, equaled a mark of 39 Hi.eviin u,i n r .19 II 4 44 73 10 I -O 1,. l.l n i ,u 14 16-1 .ii si cl lb is plied fir't: linvr, rt n :rn nan Si L n. hi t. years standing when on April 27 "" " i . . ' , Gone N nr arm inrougn a nine. inning ' jme W s-"! w s? m game without anv chances at theiHr6.f tie. ra ai t iu..ii i . , V SioOn R'lS 36 9 ll initial dst I ne vanire sna lis. , . .... . ., ' -- rim- 1 1 onina lenra tien a maior leigne reorci hv hitting. 10 homers In the game of May 22. o FINAL AMKRtrN t I Milt MAT flNIs 9 8 8 6 11 (II a Was a ab n h 211 ia Htt pb pc out NY 1545414 1080I864J.I6 in 112 88 110 1 Liev 1..4.14.II 9.10 16.14 .146 62 77 50 301 4 n 1.4.1.169 892 16:9291 98 Si 101 .302 J P:ill 1M1.HJ (llll.ljjr' ,.12) .J.;i, , Pet 1S4 5.51 18J 15(12 ?J7 68 87 OJ ;84 1 Chi I54MH 1 '91498741 n 61 6t '216 8 t L 154 1261 751 1416282 64 75 92 269 8 PoilS4S287 613 119 12.VI 68 41 43 264 8 L T 428 18 610 i23.lS"23J2 88.1 613 5i48288 4 1 FINAL ANOPHSM II4CIII R IIMDI5C o pi- a r np tp. pr C'-illlns. hi i. :' 53 Ti.oisi. rhl 14 13 Herring Uel 23 71 n-i'ih cr S' L :-' 16 Hnl''v,CI-NY 28 24 Itahaflrv Phil :' l 'A P-rf Chi . . 76 61 8 itrld NY. .17 10 Durnam Hog 33 41 I Lis Wr 1 T 53 Osrdn.- f4 .3 i.i H-astrn Wh 34 31 Psoer Cm... 29 0 Cant ell I '( 13 1 1 II I II ni en j , in a o o o h o o'b n,i Tha lol'.owing players rtrtiripgu-d j. in lets inan la games: Fourte-n iiaiM Higtihs .2'J). 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