The Globe -- Bethlehem
May 3, 1917

Word received from Fall River indicates that the Spndletown players are leaving no stone unturned in their efforts to win the championship this year. The mayor of the city himself started a fund to enable the Fall River players to lay off from work, and they have been in training, as a result, for the past ten days. There is a danger, however, in their overdoing it, as it is understood that Fall River is training both morning and afternoon. However, all this talk does not affect the local boys, who are in a fine fettle. The chances are that the management will, unless something unusual develops, stick to practically the same team that defeated Joliet in the semi-final here. The team, in charge of Acting Manager Horsfall and Trainer Machen, will leave for Pawtucket tomorrow morning. The following players will be in the party: Duncan, Fletcher, Ferguson, Murray, Campbell, Kirkpatrick, Clark, Morrison, McKelvey, Pepper, Easton, Ratican, Forrest, Fleming, Butler and Chadwick.

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