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Star Gazer



TO a million people who listen to Major Bowes and his amateurs, Murray Hill is the name of a New York telephone exchange which you call to vote for your favorite. To Kappa Alpha's Feg Murray, the cartoonist, it stands for a section of the city of New York named for his family.

Feg's daily drawing, Seem Stars, appears daily in hundreds of newspapers. His Stars are all movieland heroes and heroines, but Feg could turn his spotlight on his own family for some stars. His father Dr. A. T. Murray, was head of the Greek department of Stanford University for 40 years. His brother, Robert Murray, was National Clay Courts Tennis Champion in 1913.

Feg himself, for Stanford, set the N.A.A. low hurdle record of 20 seconds. He ran the hurdles for the U.S. in the 1916 Norway Olympics, and in the 1920 Antwerp Olympics. But Feg's business now is seeing Hollywood stars in the Ripley "Believe-It-Or-Not" manner. And in Hollywood he finds things even Ripley misses.

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