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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 26, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 7

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guides the sled as he would an. auto
mobile. Fred Kelly, Olympic hero and king
of them all over the high sticks, is
preparing for the most strenuous
season of his career. He intends to
go back to the National A. A. U.
championships at Newark ready to
"I want to take the Newark cham
pionships this summer," said Kelly.
"I am going to train hard from now
on until time to go. I am planning
to sweep the board. Then I intend
to throw my running shoes in the
Atlantic."
Kelly is training under Dean Crom-
' Fred Kelly.
show the world that he can beat all
comers over the high hurdles.
He wishes also to win the cham
pionship in the low hurdles as well.
After that he is willing to quit' and
settle down to his life work asa gen
tleman fanner. ,
well at the University of Southern
California. At the same time he is
finishing two or three courses in soil
chemistry and food analysis which
have thus far slipped his attention.
James Maturo defeated James
Keogh of Rochester, N. Y., 50 to 49,
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