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Advance Guard Due in Waxie Training Camp Monday Afternoon jyly^lqiywCTHßßF HPW-ANrtP'SfSJ?/ vHtoeno PKNIBON. Texae March I Jin uir . ~„ f or Detroit starts today. when the Tigers will .I Waxahachie The most Important thing 9 £2. SJI i I I. tow.M what It i. star* • Thi iauh is everything The world **rie. »■ ***•“ "“JJ* .w liine to chat about the October lineup I* upon ua. Th r VSh. rn the American league cj. t~ o« with aood reason o expert to snag the flag here ere no''JJJ JR K Jiube iy oor or Which could ea»ily » hip the remainder the M6*MtoTubmis*ios. could it reeliM fully on the pot en la l etraaT a embe «eve, strayed Into a more bewildering labyrinth than the pre lSriIeTS I*l7 There *., mystery enough for .ny fan o** ill tEt remains md added thereto is an assortment of •aLTIMMMtIJI ttoThal grow, out of the hundred way. in which WEL i» A went arfrnv Vnauape. ed of 'tars unaus Id rookies injuries and Hljnjm all were ? t. - f-f, that the tough luck and the surprise* wet mJ*I D L iuch a way tha» the Mart h predictions of ltl« wrr * 000 uMaanca aw., «. Vfr « gtrrn , chance to win But the ■E«",cvsi a-rsrs EEEJsr xs-jrtz atssws the same* sach won and lost Look them over: r«r rms ** Ist nm n !M fM ♦«» ri », «, m«. « zj «scs. » - Midi ... »*£-• lli tinr.li J 7 STmas •. J— * *»*; M sew t »ra . m rt fe«vsr* ,tZ t S S >« i—u r» ra b mgr.- jin,' JZi a—s <•***•*.« .W JJ JatTi Sft~i Si IS—i raiuaeteais *• * l7 msh The Fickle Dope 44 A -. ... thMra i« no serious error except In the caaa cf W”££Z ’ETJf’Z. ,„,UM Th, .4*> -« *>•<* b-for. I £T3Tk 'o th. Indi.n. TH.t ho«tf4 C1..h1«.h . th«c. ,M m Sri par with Washington's and brougbtboston downto - « iZ three lead in. clubs did run virtually a dead heat Cb‘<*«r> “°r? La amrSt but not until the final fortnight of the season when the SUKf’gUw to go into third plara or win the pennant I Chreuiand finished within half a game of each other Ne» lo - JSJJSL -pi Browns for the first division On the surface the pr g||f wf uil turned out to be uncanny B to the earlT *r«M~H** York will he a feared dub thl. yfSy. Wad a chance last year How they came ’« h * * 22ft haeoened to it make an intereettng story They had fbT*league ever since Jack Chesbro wild pitched th'* £ SSilnt years ago They were advanced lo the m Aop* Vast spring because they had acquired P-* n(1 n-4 By adding theee felloe* to Mmsel Pe<k n- Keating. It •.» believed that a f rs. . the Tanks breeaed along. Late in June hey 0? ***-??the Xc* until Boston forged ahead » “ onlh * u jjjjjjj t ?: m of strength, nor because Caldwell. Msh«\ HR? helping a lot ,'redeon was an CpMt. Ftof and were ne p « u hiP .tandard us <'aidwell, naher and Keating all failed to, HR T«t Maiael waa hitting 50 point, below j STilTlJrSrguit Blw waa only 2Wt. Virtually everv star on the , Sii waa falling down on the job. The SMpor Hookiea anplw- M -a ka—i of the senaauonal pitching of >hn wke>, p,-TiSg-- and Markle, not one of whom was expected to be ■ ,7t?tiw« Tk. Yank, were up there because of the sen Wm fc. 1 wZlg. Bauman Hughe> High frank <itlkoole> aa and Rmst Pecktnpaugh all of whom were 0 iSV. 3»T«e*d attributed to them Os all «heee phenom. ! BSHf waa the only oneto fail to keep the pace. Toward mid season it kwwMumar that the stars who had been lagging were hitting their stride fPPSfgTZiSZ of suner-oerfonnanre would afflict every man on Then Maiael t ullgp. High Peck 2fL«2a MaMf Baker and flllbooley were injured Other members be SSSefe. The team was broken up absolutely The N anks wound up In gBMtIy to form but for no reason* that the dope.ter* would gWlMpabtlM omdUob of C«l4v«n. this whole to aid. with a clever >ouni Jll'Z-'ZLTZZZrZ Hhocker Is ready to go st top *peed If the »un fl ub , -i av U the-* dirt last 'here would be 7Ztetktaikl this aaaaor But duhe don! *tar two vesr* n ta «• hajd to believe that more than a ’htrd of the voung sin rfipaat The law of average* *a** mi Ksreiien' '«*eonr far ptadag New York anywhere fr orti t<* -r« ..nd '*i<>r ffiaae la tha gs fart prophecies A Pair of Hose 00l ww a-i Hox will hart about the same world champions in the Said. fhsv VtU ha led hr a frees manager The crack pitching staff I wMi I —*■ the directing and encouraging genius of Carrigan The 41 ..ajiL jT-h- ■ «la heaehail ret It la known that Barry t« willing riaaad Walker That sounds like a wrangle somewhere Pm raohai a dead owe la 1114 and 191S Whether or not his i waa M a glorious aooaat haa the hoya guessing Last id to sake a superhuman drtr# to aoae out Detroit and to MparM? ta'Wow^buTTtllTthe Bean*t era look mighty ea, pppilj morn Ml abort loot roar, because of bole* at third, first and |gy f|(hi | Bgatn of Manage: Rowland to make the moat glMhf staff- Oaadtl haa been purchased for first baa**, but be waa - gtaMSS IB lfilfi and appears to be slipping Neither Washington or would hare let bun get away ts he had been as good a man as 0* San seed The Sox were due for a peuoan* In ltlft and 1»1« and fbe> gta ffhb l* 1 * hut ado pester caanot he blamed for losing faith la them. flrrffaaf weut srlM far a while when Speaker came, but that early ffffMß sgturge must be credited just ss much to the bitting of Roth and BKttd Utara baee swatting of Eddie Oraney and the pitching of Brudde r fflgatar Oorelsskle and Klepfer. all of which waa a huge surprise This SCIS island will hues two great pitcher*- Wood and Morton -but be SSaef sarw arms neither may be able to work 75 innings The rest of the flgff )a Hka that of the Tanks It can't be trusted to repeat In anything like taSSpMoty Only one thing Is certain regarding Cleveland—either Indian** •g ffl Tlgara must get s bad start, because of the frequency with which thoua Stubs clash in the first six weeks of the season Ths Rest of Them fV%BS Emeus will be well managed sad should be a good faat hall H atah- St. Louis looks too good to rip U) piece* and yet not quite M strong enough to wta out. This spring Washington will bare an suOrely new la field sad two new outfielders, both of whom are Wffß srumtatag batsmen Probably the dope*ter* will decide that Orlfflth fiffff Mod a season or so to get his new club into the running, but it ItapUM that Drill started a green team In 191) and won *1 game* plenty ha hook a pennant this year la all probability Connie Mack won't be a 100 to 1 shot this year *:iho he will be lucky ta SSt out of last place Por a long time last year, the Athletkw were pMMWff thomsehea. but late ia the season they made everybody hustle hll-ar-mnd imp; ovemeat of the c’.ob *»- amazing al.cn analysed What fPMft to Mho!) to do is to jinx some good club and put it out of the running TMt happen* eery frequently It is a fact that < onnle did about as well gpaliuU Baatoa ss Oerataad, < hw sg« and Detroit did last •enson. and bast STIP Uiaatly as Often as Washington dirt Fa ldle Plank and Carl ■PI. hulh superb moondsmei Were whipped regulars hv the Athletics Tfru MM ttam tbs Msckmen came to Detroit t n IS»H. they broke up the Tiffar WttaHag straw* Bengal* won the first two games he one nm tafitftua. hut those tilts took the heart out of them and they were soft for ■MU ta the third joust go tough was that series that Tigs was licked Mtara tha Bed Box could get into town the next dav so,. tb# blc lbow down * H>fih *■ Mry likely to pui at least two good teams out of ths raca tn 1917 JIMUt ha. the Red Sox sad >aaks team to be his choicest dishes! - ** sbouldn t be weaker than Is 1919 and there taatways tha possibility that Danes. Mitchell and James will maintain too M9ta far mure than a waek at a time Then there’s Corey—and Kbmkt ItaUla Bush ia mightily Interested In the war scare "fjee " uased ha. and remarked farther in 'hi* fa«htoo • fiuppoae the kaiser sunk a Mw •Hb umpires on bourd. Would we have to go to war for that?" . I km difference The Tiger* are wMhtn ** mlUa of ** ,rm,ntrir • r »‘ i »• can't hear ever a whls GOID HOCKEY BOUT PROMISEO Wumipcf Noatrrhk Art Here to (Imli With Detroit Chib TMUfht Ths aeaaoa'a two beat hoekay skits are expected In the seriee ' starting at the Arena link Mooday evening la which the famous Win nipeg Monarch., gve time, amateur hampiona of Canada oppoee the Detroit Hockey club In the pock chasers from the Man | itoba district the locals wifi meet a 'earn that again la making u great race for the national amateur hook-, ey honors and one that combines *pe«»d, skillful stick handling and in dividual merit. The team haa beat the Winnipeg Victoria* 14 to I in I , the chase for horkey honors in the Manitoba league Fhe vererans of the team that won two In three game* from De troit laat season will return. Alex and "Chum" Irvin, Brown and Marples Olson, who subbed i last season, is playing a regular berth ! Arainst this sterling ’>*nd of toe tjerfonner* ibe Detroit t»‘am will present a lineup that look* stronger ! than *r> shown thi- «ou .n case ••Newt" Johnson * able to take up I lua dr.ti-- on the ilef-m**. which ia oons’dered probable, as his Injured kre» i* •wpkllr’ yielding *o treatment. If Johnson I* re: and» he will l*e used on defense i’let«.h aid llim -lit elef In goal. Holtran w ill be aty rover. Irving, tl.e former Cleveland ] er. at center in pla,e of Black, who Is on the sick list <i>n<J Shaw and I Trigloon will be wmgs. This < onihinat on should make the visitors go at their best pare to I kce-> up their end of the argument. I snd two of the fastest Ice tilts that have tK*n seen since hockey bound sd into popularity are to be ex pected. Monday evenings game will be call'd at 1:1S and the probable lioeup will be: DETOOTT MOW A Mr HP Hammalef .... goal WlakUr , Plvtacb I d«*f A. Irvin Johnson r. def Utuahllß /folman tCUpti rovor C. Irvin Irving .... ...canter Promt Ahaw I. win* FVedertekson Trigloon r. wing Olnoa. Boaoon PHILLIES NOT SO STRONG NOW PHILADELPHIA March I—The star of the Phillies seems to have net juntas Orover riewalaad Aiexan i d-'r attained the height of bis es I forts The punch that haa featured for mer Philadelphia National leagu* i clubs, the superb pitching of Alex anaer and excellent fleldtng will : u k be noted In such strong quanti ties this year as formerly, Alexander oaaao* win a pennant unaided, nor can he hold his team :In a fleet division berth Vnless some pitcher can he developed to j help the Nebraska wonder. Phils deiphia cannot hope to make raoch of a bid for a pennant Riiey tint capable- -at least be never has shown that he Is. He is too much of a good man today and a poor one tomorrow. The aid of A1 Dem aree, Olant chaser, will be missing this jear. and Jimmy Lavendar is scarcely capable of doing much. Emklne Mayer probably will rot small figure Joe Oeachgei is tbs logical man to save the Pblliiao If ha can com bine some good hurling with the wonderful efforts of Alexander the Pl.lilies wtll have some chance. There will be no change in the Phillies this season Pred Loderns. a good, steady, smart ball player will ha at tret base. Ha Is a hard k'ttar an excellent fielder, and an aggressive man at every stage. There are few first basemen better than ka. Bert Nleboff. never considered bet ter than jest mediocre, will be at second bane In all probability PEDERSON AND AZINE MATCHED Snail Bojra Picked For Hoad ttficrx Wednesday Night At (vlsasco’g The small boys" will feet ore the card at Oiaeaco s arena acroaa the river, Wednesday night Paul Ped ereon and Jimmy Axlae will be the headliners Several weeks ago those hoys put up one of the beet little fletir ex hibitions It has been the good for tune of the ring enthusiasts to sea this season and aver sine# there haa been an insistent lemapd for a return engagement A xine and Pederson are built much alike Both are short and thick thru the cheats and possessed of smashing wallops. They can stand a world of punishment sad they are fighting every minute Pederson was awarded the popu lar derision In the last go but Aalne ia Uhed as wen as bis adveronrv and there la little doubt 'hat a btg crowd will turn nut to see the match Tha llßlted fftatee senate meets •oday to act upon the presidential appointments Baseball! A tts Boy! ! f J /XOT ykl Mjji|gr Tigers Greeted By Chilly Blast as They Invade Texas Advance Guard Finds Donie Bush and Burke Waiting At St Louis By HAROLD W WILCOX. DENISON. Tex.. March I.—The advance guard of the Tigers didn’t find as much Yhinnv South" in this part of Texas as railroad pres* agents have a habit of advertising i for this season of the year, but the boye are hopeful yet. Just before leaving St. lx>uia Jim !my Burke who took charge of the party at St Louis Mo, last night, after Secretary Narin e return to the north received a massage from Waxakachie. Tex. saying * that EThanke. Apeoeer Couch, Mitchell and Watson, arrived in camp Sun day afternoon all wall sad tn fine spirits Donie Busk joined the fire* squad at St Louis for ao other reason than that ha was getting tired of snow and Ice and Icicles and thought he'd try a little summer The natives say this "cold ' snag Is rather out of season, ao Donie may not he dis appointed after all The party from the north la scheduled to reach Waxahachie shortly before S o’clock, and Man ager Jena tag* and Trainer Tu thill will greet it. Lemt year WAxa her hie did handsomely br f nmfng oat a cheering multitude and a squadron of autos In which the tn vadnra were hustled to the hotel and then about the pretty little dtp Waxahachie came In for a lot of kidding laat spring- before any of the hors had become acquainted with the place Th* name wan enough to start the humorists, who were not altogether reconciled to giving up Gulfport with tts Mexican gulf, geif course sad beautiful ho tel Waxahachie made good, and did ao within half an hour after the ar rival of the critics They wars mot by a throng of regular fellows They found a dandy little hotel, la which excellent accommodations were pro Tided. In the basement of the hotel the business man bad built a fins looker room, had fitted out n club room with eard and billiard tables sod had construct sd a swim ming pool fad directly from a hot spring The ball park Is wer located, equipped with a fence sad large grandstand and of the finest sort Everybody waa vary anxious to pro vide anything else that trlgfrf be fancied, and the aptrlt of the town was magnificent Waxahachie prom teed to ha the host 'raining ramp In the south and N 'inel out to be that vory thing That 'ha Tiger* did not return north tn the heat of condition last evrtng. «as ao fault of Waxahachie. Weather waa Ideal and tha athletes were in flne trim when they left, with tha exespticu of Manager Jaa n<ugs Boland and James leu nines bad the misfortune to ge' a bad "a'tdor" bruise from sliding which he neglected sad which became in fected He was seriously IB for a week, and was not himself for three oe floor Boiaad did the asm* thing 1 while on an exhibition tear thru DBTROIT TIMES By HAROLD F. WILCOX rVMfiON Tax.. March 6.—A bit of romance touched up the Tiger training trip this morning when Pitcher Bernard Boland confessed that wedding hells would ring for him this spring Shortly after the season opens. Beruie will wed Miss Grace Rne sello. daughter of Mrs Elisabeth Russello. No lttft Beivtdere-ave.. Detroit. The little right-hander blusbtngly accepted the congrat illations of the bengals. who are Invading Dixie I/OUls Schneider of Detroit, is with the party It is not yet cer tain Just what he will play the bushes, his bruise being on his pitching elbow It became necee sary to send him home and be sal feted from the effects of the wound for several weeks after the season started. Jamee reported Id pounds over weight, and kidded hlmaelf Into be lievtng that he could get tn shape without arduous labor Asa result, he never did got in condition to pitch lait year This winter ha haa taken off his surplus weigh' by a bunting trip to New Mexico, and all bo wBI have to do at camp Is to limber up his sou per and strength en hid wind On the way north several games were played In Oklahoma, where diamonds were soggy and the op position not strong enough to do tho boys any good There was a lot of rain Cobb and Crawford both got tho grippe- Heilman turned bin ankle, and Vouch developed an ulcerated tooth that affected his general health for the first two months of championship play. All thooe things helped the Jungs leers to their miserable start, but Waxa hachie was not to blame Pitts MaleaS mmA Jee QeSeea ar* te labt M ••( ter the aaeaa# Sea* f*e »rMS ths New Vsvfc Xaeteas* tale Art Sagirl «v%e wee the Isstvs- Mm writers slgtet ebeassSeewaio trees fwt gay, tee* retie*# te tSI* >*■»- try mmA is Mitew te meet ear et ietiiiky M4lsa erttenkkt ket jß FLASHES FROM THE DOPE SHEET ON TIGER ROOKIES FOR 1917 Bxmito aaconiH a ab ft it p*t. Blltsoa. M uses tin*, la ItT 49S 191 ITS .Ml . Drer. b*vrv*r 144 119 \ l» 179 |o« vfch"iwon Charlette ... I*4 194 44 Itt .AM f. Jm ns*. Can Praactsec 1M 794 l« ?f| |7! •Its. Previa* ar* 91 194 If 44 lfi C. /mm Clinton, la SI 94 4 4 .944 wo«4 Pertemoeth. Va <1 U| 19 tl .1(4 Watson. Dm teen IT T 9 4 11 jB Cenah Ban Francisco . 14 111 1] ft til ffhank*. evrneuse ... 49 94 4 il ill Fteamgaa. Muacattn*. In a lfi II IT fig mci.Dive wncexiH <T PO A K Pet Dyer, ihtrd base > 11l 114 7(1 44 Ml Dyer, shortstop ft ft it 1 .iff gin eon third kna* If 1 71 |fl 4l .499 Ifirheite* second knee 9* Iff 149 49 .ill ft Jones, third baa* 199 tM »M 44 919 Y*lle. eaten*v .. 14 449 H 949 C Jo«*e# pltch*r |t 14 94 I *4« Weed pitch*, 47 41 7f 4 9|| W steen pitcher 4« 4 •* 7 HI r«w*eh. p'teher ... II |9 14 4 919 ffhmke piteher 44 19 *4 I |7> Flanagan, pl'rber . . 41 11 *• 4 444 ftt< warns* ssrotuii O IP. so. ww a*. w r* Couch *• 4141 -4 79 111 19S '« 1| Bnmhe »• ■ 111 *4 II IT 1 ff« T 9 tit it t wood n »B i»i it .... m | Watson 41 1M )4f ... fj • Finasgae 47 444 til fit ill 44 II —By Ripley. CALES DEFEAT DETROIT, 2 TO I Playing against a keen yry wind that blow atraAght down tho flold ibe Caledonians defeated the Da troits at Paskard Park Sender by a score of t U> l. Despite the cold weather a btg crowd turned oat. Detroit worked hard in (hoe of the severe blow, bat coaid not overcome ihe handicap the weather maa hand *d out and was only able to score after a flerre fight This was tn th* first half On the restart the Calea took the offensive, giving the Detroit defen slve all H ceald take eare of In U mtnutos Smith scored from far out With the scare staadiog nae each and the Tales still fight lag hard Detroit tried io keep the enemy oat. and succeeded in doing so until Towna. with the aid of the wind, placed the leather m the aet. making the score t to 1 tn favor of the Tales The final whistle left tho Oaies the only Michigan 'earn In the com petition. They will meet the Chi cago Pullmans in thla city in the near future. The line-ups were: Detroit Powers. Button. Simpson. O'Callaghan t Shield# A Shields. Hashdea, Patrick. Shankland and Crowe. Caledonlana- Saey Robin eon. O Cowan. Jtmlsoa. Anderson. Mar shall. Smith. McLeod, XYmsor R. Cowan and MclLoaxki PENNSY LOSING STARGRIDDERS Pennayl vanla gridiron forwards appear like Arabs to have folded their teats and sOently stalked away. At least tho plaint of a Penn aylvaalan indicates thla. He haa the feoltng that Miller srlll bo tha oaly Ifilfi regular linesman to taka tha gridiron next MB. Thus runs the casualty Hat Mathews. Hanning and Urquhart have been graduated and wtll not return. laid Wray says he will return In (he fhll. but he !■ not certain Chat bo will be able t< do eo Iwwia Miller haa swum from the dental department, and is going to enter the college depart meat. If pooelbie MONDAY. MARCH 5. HIT. Central High Threatens to Grab Basketball Championship Start* Weak With »z C—»t ■tl?4 Vicigiigg; WwUn HoptMy UH WtffK’S PR IP QAMtB. Eaetere Mgb vs Northwest ern at ffpgtsm. Central high va. Caee Tech at Cane Tech high. Weetem vs. Pertiae high at Pent la a. Deaptte the hast that there la an other week aft mi this left tar basket ball tka scholastic league champion ship tn Detroit wdl probably be do cided before Saturday The present siaadtag of the teams shows Central high almost a certain champion Central haa annexed six consecutive victories while Western is due to finish in last place, hav ing lost seven straight games Northwestern holds second with four and 'so; Masters Is third with three games on each side of the READ THE DETROIT TIMES FOR NEWS AND GOSSIP OF TIGERS 1 nnUpctally ihe baseball neaaon has begun The advance squad of the Tigers Is now in Ha spring 'raining camp tn Waxahachie. Tex., whore it will remain until the lattJr part of the month, when the Jungaleera wtll start north to open the gsas >c Much interesting gossip and news will emanate frog the camp in the meantime, and The Times haa sent Its sporting adFor. Harold V. Wilcox, to Waxahachie to keep Times readers supplied with all worth while happenings about (he club Mr Wilcox's writings are familiar to Tl™** readers He win keep you posted on the condition of the men. promising recruits and every thing newsy of the Tigers To get the real happenings tn the sport world, dished up In a breexy, attractive stylo, read The Times HOCKEY WINNIPEG MONARCHS the fastest and heat balanced am ateur hockey team tn the world DETROIT mfli Tonight And Tnmday Night Get your seats early a Jw Admission 50c. 7|c and IL _ Bale of seats at down town of* .f-TC'fcg&Srg Arcade, m w*od M «rq at Haodria *®* m'' Pat New IJfe la the County Building A. PKTCR KENNEDY REPrmJICAN CANDIDATE For County Auditor FMmarlee March 7th, 1417 I'll Thank Tou FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE ■ Hifll •V-* . - 1 Col. Walter Barlow Make a rrom [x] in nqnart to left of his name. In Primaries, March 7, 1917 IAMITVAU. OiUI THII W KICK WtAitfAif K»in r>«rti>i Cadata at Moon hall, ’Y** n Jackaon it JlcAton. . ThurWir Y M O. vi It Mla- Detroit TANARUS" rm It A. C ftt irm; t'nl varatty ofD# < ok *• Mirutk «t 0 of p arm. Midir-t. II O. vi Chico*.! ■)«•• if llooa* ball. Ud|«r, and Oua Tat la fourth with thr»« and four Thar* ar* Indication* that tha waak‘* game* will la a nun bar of ihtfta. Tha haa occurred to many tlmat la tha leagua that almoat anythin* nan feta r* parted with tha *i caption of Waal era gaitlnf out at Iha collar ■Mar Kilt. tl« latnf A«•rratlu a*oar la Amvln. la far—■ *haaia«aa #1 tha Am- W»ad*a Imi lit ««U a Laa Dour. r»a*, Ilf MO *fe*mt«* •Milml by Waaktoa'** trmm Os Raltlaaro ftah f««i tha ttMtan fa.l** to rook aad fhifn. W\ SPBUNK r\i\ ENGRAVING G&. j \ «yi / ARTISTS -CNBWLM JOUtHtl U. HHW , NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS • STATEf COU.TTY JIAXES L ARE DUE | • T*s STATS ATO OOlUfl TAIBS tor IS* r»«r iWAlttf to tb* Mfrrel WsrAa *f »• WT sf Dstrslt. laettolag tte; w to Tsrrltsrr Asss—4 If stop War—. Save Wea OpfMStg S tear irrjJSrri: (Its •« Dstrslt, IW >*► ft«wM *r i.*<si *n n*. 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