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COLLINGWOOD has granted a clearance to J. McCoy to transfer to Carlton. The club will entertain the East Fremantle team wheo It visit* here next month, and will also have tbo West Australian team as its guests at its splendid club room
ST. KILDA supporters will bo glad to know that the injury to E. Sanneman's hand is not as severe as at first supposed. His finger Is not broken. Itoberts, who Injured his shoulder, is all right, and both will be a\ ail able on Satur* day.
FOOTSCRVY has granted clearances to L. Chapple and Han ey, who wi«h to transfer to Yarraville. Tho committee fully expects to be able to miterially strengthen its ruck in the near future.
The fine dlsplu> of the Fire Brigade team last Wednesday greatIj pleased Its supporters, who believe that the temi will defeat the Railways when they next meet. In the first match the brlg-nde lost any chance of victory by inaccuracy on the forward line. Its matrh against Waterside Workers to diy should pro-tide a good contest, for the Waterside team ii also improving. The Air Koree is hoping to extend the Railways team, tlie Police exrect to defeat Yellow Cabs while the Telegraph team in hopeful of Its prospects against the Bed and Checker Cil-f. "The Argus" lus the bje, and will travel to Geelong to play the Gram- mar School, where the team will be entertained. The programme Is ns foldows:
Fire Brigade v. Waterside Workers, at Fitzroy Railways*.. Air Force, nt North Melbourne. Police i. Yellow Cabs, at South Melbourne.
Kcd and Checker Cab« v. Telegraph, at Prahran.
T.KONOATIIA.-Dumbalk, S-fi. d. Leongatha Im pt nun 7-0: Tarwin Lower, 7-5, d. Iloniblers, 1-9. _
ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM.
BIUSBAXF, TuesdjV.-At Rnrkhjmpto» tho Kng I Mi Rugby League team defeated Central Queens- land nt Rockhampton'to-diy bv.!7 to 11.