Both of the skating rinks on Soldiers Field are now practically finished, and can be made ready for use at a day's notice. The rinks this year are placed parallel to the park-way, and are both 180 feet long by 80 feet wide, with rounded corners. A pipe will be brought over from the locker-building, to supply the city water which will be used entirely for flooding the rinks. The fence around the hockey rink will be about two feet above the ice, since it was found that last year's fence was too high. There will be no fence at all around the open skating rink. The bottoms have been very carefully rolled and filled in and are now almost perfectly level.
Skating Rinks Completed.
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