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THE MICHIGAN DAILY S ATURDAYFBUR 4

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RUY NLIIBE Joie .Ray Collector Of Medals,
FO;IHGNNN otn Out After Still More Records
FUH ICHI9N, INIE BosonFeb. 23-(B3y A.P.)--To run1 racing away with the Hunter mile toti
I the fastest mile credited to man ainnane rcodfttevnt Ml
Thre Yers' omptitin Pts Dug!4 minutes, 19 seconds. He holds thQ
TheeYer' omeitonPtsDogthe ambition of Joie V. Ray, the lit- lnor. inn
Fiio is herMsig o iedonoor . tite~oha - record for the mile of 4 min-
Fisliniher.ahlt lohs e~ utes, 14 -5 seconds, made four years 2
_______fairly burning up the boards with hisI ago, b.ut says lhe is running bettor now enti
TA VFEDRSP CEspeed on indoor tracks this winter, than ever before. day
U TROTILDRSPAELntil he has had a serious; fling at the P
WILL BE HARD ONE TO FILM Ray attributes much of his success
attempt under proper conditions lie frhiability to judge his pace. A rof
will give no thought of retiring, liera
Announcement was made yesterday! says.; year ago, he (declared, before lie went thei
by the Athletic Board that Douglas Ray sets 4 minutes and 10 seconds tote trison i h Hne
Roby, '23, would be ineligible to fui-; as within his striding powers for the ,tile, that he would run it in 4 min- C
ture competition at the University be-; mile distance. The fastest mile run ute , 20 seconds. He set a new roc- io
caus hehashadthre yers f cl 'ord in 4 minutes, 20 2-5 seconds. Th-ir
casIehshdthe er fcl by man, of which there is any record ; # wil'
loge competition. Roby competed his1 stands to the credit of N ormnan S. T areA nadac ht ewu yea
freshman year at Phillips University bet, then a student of Brown Uir er- rnioif ints10scnd.H
and entered Michigan as a Sophomore sity, 4 minutes 12,3-5 seconds. Raoniy4miues19scods Eafu-pro
where he played football his Sopho-I confident that lie can b~ette r ay loe Ing ahiead of the field. Opponents
more and Junior years. According toI Coaches of college andl cubtha te do inot worry him, the confident little T
EConference rules a man can only be teams, familiar with the little- taxi-raesybcueliistsaleo .
eligible for three years of college drvrsrnigaiiy ge ihset Iris own standards, and his legs .
competition. u jionstaJine eae asunne whemhewa
~~~~~hmRoby's loss will be serious to Coach th pTbrovdehdhe has the coniionsutithtaksigetem
Fiser' bseblltea a th sar abr hd.tii ng bt o*le arunxe r, and lstill pas-s
-ihrs aeal ema tesa The Brown student broke all' rec- irstgangrng renssom
oUi~fi r ~W ill nC~a-U ._ a lf n5z i ui _Ii Iors rn in.n.. raiatte ir

paxternity AMat
Meg. Meet iMondady.
W'ith more than 20 fraternitie, en-
,d, the interfraternity' wrestling
krnament is scheduled to begin on
)day night at -Waterman. gyn nas-
n. it is expected that approximately
more fraternities will sendl in themr
rance sheets within the next few
ys.
Phi Chii, medical fraternity,.winners
last year's tournament, have al-7
dv sent in their entrance sheet'
,reby assuring the other entries of
me stiff opposition.
Cooper, campus middleweight chain-
)n last year; is again entered. :i
11 meet with more opposition this.
ar due to the increased popularity
the grappling game, but will, in alt
obability retain his championship.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.,
Wflats tehind
the Keyhole? I
-it's AMAZING!

the makeup in this department of the yard' Stadium in 1916 against picked
game. Fisher will, .hoiver, miss opponents who acted as hiis pacemak-
Roby nmore in, the batting end than in erm. Such an arrangenient is regard- j
his fielding position 'for he 'was one ed; as necessar y to bring; a better per-

of ';the best hitters on last ,year's
squad and this year's team needs ev-
ery batter it can get. Roby is in excel-I
lent condition having completely re-
covered from injuries that he received
in the Ohio State game.j
Roby will be at Alabama Polytech-
nic school next fall where he has aoct
cepted a position as backfield- coach.

formance from Ray, anid Ray indi-
cates that he would welcome anl in-
vitation to make such an attempt
sometime during the comning sung n
mier. The Harvard Stadium, however,
probably will not be available for the,
iet n less somre set of games not
now scheduled is arranged.I
Ray has set himself, as ;secondaryI
objects, the breaking of the Americanj
indioor track records for the two mile
run, 0 minutes 11 2-5 seconds, and fol I
the 3000 meter run, 8 minutes, 31 2-5
seconds, (both of which hp holds hi-
self) and that of 8 minutes 10 3-5 see-!
onds for the 1 3-4 miles, held by the
01(1 timer George V. Bonhag.
Inhs campaigning this season he
has shown himself at top speed, break-{
ing the record for the mile andne
third at New York recently, and thiree
days later jumping over to Boston and

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(lay.
i:lW pIi ~i Cstrikes UnIversity Office"
Miss Frances M~. lhuntin, transcripf,
clerk in the office of the Registrar,,
has been ill for the past few day.
with an attack of La Grippe. She
expects to be back at )ter work with-
in a few dlays.
M~iss I-oratia Corbin, secretary tq
Dean John R. Effinger, literary col-I
liege, hias also been absent from her!
duties for the past three (lays due to !
jillness. , I

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