TIGEfTCOACH SAYS CHARLIE CARR HAD GREATEST MINOR LEAGUE BALL TOSSERS Wry W p Manager Carr and Two of His Old-Time Players. Charlie Carr's Indianapolis club, which won the American association pennant in 1908, is said to be the greatest minor league team of all time. Dan Howley, new Tiger coach, admits it. Dan was a member of the club and is positive Donie Bush will support him in his boast. Donie was a member of the same team, coming to Detroit that fall. Indianapolis that year sent four other players to the majors besides Bush Pitchers "Bull" Durham and "Rube" Marquard to the Giants ; Catcher "Paddy" Livingston to the Athletics, and Jack Hayden to the Cubs. Howley shared the backstopping job with Livingston, and, while he claims no distinction for himself, had a lot to do with developing Marquard.