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hung up their fourth successive tank
championship last night, scoring 47
points. Chicago registered 26, Wis
consin 19 and Illinois 11.
Preliminary trials in the Confer
ence indoor athletic carnival were
held in the afternoon in several
events. Finals will be run off to
night at Patten gym.
The Dentals of Toronto defeated
the AhXJhicago ice hockey team, 16
to 1, at White City rink. The nation
al amateur champions completely
bewildered the locals by the perfec
tion and dash of their play.
Lane heavies 18, Schurz 4.
Schurz lights 10, Lane 7.
Crane heavies 32 Waller 16,
Phillips lights 25, Crane 11.
Phillips bantams 18, Medill 2.
Bowen lights 28, Englewood 16.
Bert Tredick went into a tie with
Charley Morin for first place in the
Chicago Billiard league by defeating
Pete Rogers, 50 to 32.
COLLINS ATHLETIC CLUB FOX
TROTTERS TO CLEAN UP
The following letter from the ar
rangements committee of the Collins
A. C. tell its own story. The Collins
boys are making a great spread in
athletics, and aren't backward about
admitting it They needn't be. The
"THE COLLINS ATHLETIC one
of the largest and most popular Ath
letic organizations of its kind in the
City will stage their big SPRING
DANCE at the NORTH AVENUE
AUDITORIUM on Saturday Evening
MARCH 24th. The club composed
of over 1000 members has enlisted
as members a galaxy of unbeatable
stars in every class of amateur athe
letics to make this next big dance a
gigantic success as it is being ten
dered as a testimonial to our Ball
Team. The affairs are in charge of
the ball-playing members and Johnny
Fan-ell, Tom McGuire, Jocko Hart
ford, SUk Kavanaugh Andy. Slight
and several other Ex Fed Stars are,
all set to shake hands with their
former north side admirers.
"As a special big attraction the
COLLINS FOX TROT TEAM will
meet the WEST SIDE BROWNS. A
world of interest has been worked
up in this contest which has been ad
vertised for months. The Collins
Club flys the pqnnant in both the
North Side Fox Trot leagues and will
put up their best dance against the
clever west siders. Manager Manny
of the Browns will also give an exhi
bition of the latest modern dances
with Miss Marion Kelly of the Pas
sing Show. They are two of the
cleverest and most popular dancers
on the American stage today and
their entertainment should be worth
going a long' ways to see. AR
RANGEMENT COMMITTEE, J.
Ryan, J. Yeager, E. Corcoran.
ANECDOTES OF PRIZE RING
, HEROES BY NOTED REFEREE
, , By Eddie Graney.
(Great Among Great Referees)
Tom Sharkey and Tim McGrath
were a great pair in the old days and
when one of 'em wasn't keeping us
smiling the other filled in.
Tim decided one day that he and
Tom could gather up some change
by giving a fight at Vallejo, Cal. Tom
was the "Angel" and supplied the
cash, while Tim's job was to boost
the fight along.
The day of the show Tim came to
town and herded up quite a bunch
of the crowd. Everyone of course
paid his way up, hotel bills and so
on. It made Tim feel pretty mellow
and when the time for the fight came
he was lit up fine, an& friends with
"Well, the boys are sure loyal to
you, Tim," says Tom when he saw
the crowd Tim had scared up.
When the first four persons arrived
at the door, Tim nodded to the gate
keeper to let them in. Friends, of
mine stuff. He let in four more.then