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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1912.
Mutt Needed Exercise and Got It
By "Bud" Fisher A
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BASKET BALL SERIES BEGINS
Surprises Sprug in Fint Gime
flayed b High Schools.
BOILERS SHOW POOR FORI!
Ho Player in Singles Able to BetcL
' Doable Century Average. .
1AST VICTOaiiS tMX$ SUlCfWlBtH ' 05 00JOJTTTZE SLATE
MfaWn C KircallT CmaltM
Mm J4b Hbt4 nad J. W.
UaKK tw rmUMtf '
CHiCAOO. Much T.-oor In h
miner twill of Uw Amarleaa BewUaf
aanai tournaawnt leCay van la
tns with tlx BMdloer toult W r th
mm Bl)rr Tuaatay nlbt whao com
pttmc irtta flra-awa taama.
Kot piaar la tha nflaa u abl
ta Naaa tin Sosbla enturr avaraea,
tlthaafh lUrrr Smith ot Chlcafo had
M phM'la tht bdUI h rollad Ma fatal
Ull. "whldi. mlnat tha ena fmajntnf
pin. TMa mlataka Itft Smith with a
ear of M aad him tamporarr
hold at atzth plaea la tha Inalvtdual
atanC Albart Swaoaoa at ChloaSa la
ItaatiS with .
Piayara aompaUiif la tha SauMaa ala
fan aa thalr attaok, tha hart aeora
egmlm fraai Jt Mlttal lad H. faraaw
at Chlcasa who taaaaS USf and took
lit plaaa. Swaoaan and 4llnar
attll kad tha avant and SaUaaaar wKh
ala 1,M I atlll aa Vol at tha all-avonta,
atambara of tha axacuttra aummlttaa
aadoraad Juaaa Howard of ChMaso aad
J. Wasatar Uushcrl. a St. Lovl mil
lloaalra, for tha praaldancr of th
anartcaa bowllnf cluh at Ita maatlns
O la aftarBosa to nam a alata. -Tha
aieat Important ehanca ta tha aomlnar
Hona' tha plactns af K. 1, Rraa to
tha ahart In tha vie praatdaat Hat la
DUO af Morrla PhllKpa of St. lAuia.
Vh flrat atMton of th confrm will
h ha id tomorrow attarnooa and th
ltloa on Friday afternoon.
A tantatl dlMan ot tha K,0rO prtia
Sat u adoptad hr th oanmlttaa aad
protaWy will a mad ponnaaaat ta-
Coataata Batwcoa Aahara aad fia-
aTO aad atroaj Sldaay aad
' 'v Elala AW Hard raaawt '
. , aad IaUoil.it, , ;
UXCOLN,' March t.-paclai TaU-Sram.)-Bavral
turprlan Were prnnf at
Uta Initial aartra of Kama playad ta tha
atata alsa aehaol baalwt aajl touraamant
which epanad Ttiuraday aftarooen at tha
unlTarattr rytnnatlum. Twanty aavaa
hit achoot from all aectlon of Nt
hratfca war tnurad. 8-a tamaa wara
playad Thtmdar ataraaaa, aa Thura
day nlaiit and th waadlnf ut will eep-i
tlnoa rrtday. , rrlday hlcht and Saturday
tha acail-flnala will b alayad and Satur
day nlcht tha caamplanahlp hattl will
.taka plae. Hlkh arhaol antarrd at th
PMOt war aooflrnpantad by larta dalat.
lloaa, Stdnay aaodlns aa aapaelatly. al(
crowd af roatara. ... ... ,
Th syainaalam w packad Ttiuraday
aftamoen and anothar Una crowd flllad
it Tbanday Wiht.
All bat twa of tha tamaa la tha anr
aoen proved but mar romp . for th
victor. Tha saa brtwarn Auburn and
Oanava and th nam bat warn Sldnay and
Eldn war hard fought and apactacular.
Th tram work ( tha Oanava playar
finally wan for thm. although th win
aar waa la doubt up vntll within a fw
mrnutaa of tha ka of tha gam. Th
final aeora waa to IT' In taror af
.Oanava. Huaton and Jnda aiarred for
bOnva and th 8mlli brothrn for Au
Baatrloa High achoot. which auecaaa.
tully want through th tournament laat
a aar for charaptonahlp banara, waa again
pucoaaafnl In th flrat aaana Tharaday
Vftornooa, dafaatlng Norfolk, 41 to 11.
h Norfolk taara waa oomplataly over.
P helmed by taa Bratrtr flra aad aavtr
a aha net to win. Rutherford aad
plarad brilliant ball. Una aoorlng
a goala front Plld walla nutnariora
I Hi. lineup:
Umlth B.r;L.r Janda
ady IF R T Huaton
11 U Ilk. f 1
j Paula: Auburn. I: Oanava.. 4. Ooala
Jrorh field: R. Smith. 1. Kaady. I; R.
Amlih. ; Huaton. Janda, ; Snydar, 1;
rolloalns It th ofnolal tick at: !
For preeldent. Judge Howard. Chicago,
and 1. Woeeter Lamoart, It Louwt flrat
vie praeldeat, rrad W. Ooaewlch, St
Paul: aacond vice preeldent, Uxiia I.
Wehnar. la)ton, O.: third vlo praaldenl,
E. J. Ryan. Itttroll, Mlch.i (aoretary,
A. U Inatrr. Milwaukee; traaaurar,
Frank I'aaielouo. Chicago.
Kmarutlve oemmlttae: It. W. Brown.
.RO UO Aehton '"Y'iR i.l;e",,rnwK,.-
ua. r.o uviikint ri "i . ,7A "
Denver, Coto.; John Koemer, Milwaukee,
Wla.: Oeorn Hi "It. De atolnea. la.'
Back. u iii . . VI tiJw. a. 1 mil. un
HEATRlf-iL I KORroi.K I J7r,i:7L.' i'..l. iT.-ZT: til . i
H. Maxwell.... R. F 1 T Hoaaman Oaaaolo. Toledo, O.i M. H. Adama, Lea-
H ...UF.IUF ! ington. Ky.; C. B. Hutherland. Tojronlo,
C"" i-S'rS" '",''?iOnt.: John Hartman, Plttaburgh. PaJ
S'V'l'-i-??..'? . -"'J in Marahall Levy. Indianapolla. Ind.; W r.
SHutnarlord ...UOj.UO ftoehlar ,'webor. Omaha; William Margeerw. Cln
i Ooala front foula: Baatrlr ; Karfolk. Llelnnail, CM H. C. HelmeHrha. Waahlng.
J-ield goala: Luaa. aV, Leaa, : W. Man- ton. O. C; U F. Lytle, Colaaihua. O.
grail. I; RutMrtord. : Hoacman. ; Lan Flnlahlng with aror of 1711 th Ideal
rcentnil aw 'had V. hard wlth!f Akron. 0, leaped Into Moond placo In
5brm.ka City. But finally woa from thai th Ova-men tram vt.t tonight, falling
!laouit river boy by good team work ihlrteea alna behind th kvador. th All
Sand guarding. .To sm. waa I alt of Chicago. Their gam, war 13.
3...t ,i l u.,,.. -i itm and at. Bob McClelland, former
CENTRAL CITT. I NEB. CITT.
Kerr R, F. Jt F F. Ollmore
J.Burk L. F. UTCrerford Pnner
"McDonald ...... .C. C f. OH more
Ultra ....R.OR.C Selaat
"WIIIU v UOiLO .O. Porter..
braeka City. 4. Ojj from field: 'Kerr. t:J
McDonald. ; Ollarore. L Raferao:
champion of Oreater New York rolled
with tbo Buckeye aquad. Rat' Call
of Chicago rolled aacood Mgh rcor to
night, gettlnc IAH pint.
Ot tit other out-of-town team the
MlMioaa ot Ottumwa, la., rolled tSit fof
third high aeora.
I ' .. . . . ,, .
.... -ft .i..!' " j sl fu"t.rj t.
ii w ii . r . .
,tV vi W'V " UV I
f . .1li'y''.u,irV i.i-V-!jr fiJlt -.rwr
. south Omaha enjoyed romp With th
Vflva from Trenton. Tha final ecore waa
ta im la in raw n iMHk n.... tk.
f flrat halt waa lor than tbo aerond. ,toeath with'
when Booth Omaha acored practically t I ' Slnslea.'
twill. Menafaa waa to (tar with Colllnej". ilth. Chicago
of South Cm-h. ot. con.eow for sti'nl'ti! CMw
rhonora. Menafaa got twelve baakeu from J. Hanna. Lake Koreal, Hi.
; Celd. Tha Unaup: , i. Hanaon. Chicago
'MmM !dI Hi'rago
X?J- J.1,!?1-Flanekun, vllllam Raji. Chicago ....
anium H Havm t:hlraaa
Th Klgta Una af El tin. HL. war
1tfth with t.atl. tSa Haha of PHtaburth
were twelfth with t,m and th Batavt
Boar Cat of Batavla. Ill, wara th.tr
7 Ooala from foula: rVmth Omaha rf.
. Trenton . Goala fmm Field; Menefea (ill.
"Collin Ol. French , RoMneoa OK
-Boyd . Flanaburg 111. Ford (1).
; The Teeumeeh-Ord gam wag an eaey
victory for Tottanaeh, tha acor atandlmr
U) H at tha ctoe of th eeoond naif.
Teeumeeh completely mitrlaaaed thvfr
'.'mailer .oppomnta and were much
fsirongar m teamwork. Lineup:
.'- U. Jone ..
;, a. hw ..
C. C Claenn
...I.F. UF W. Flvnn
...R F.'R.F I. Flvnn
...R.O.:Rn ,. fj. Prtne
...U.G L.O... Miuhmi
1 Ooala from foula: Tecutnaeh I Ord I
.floala from tWd: Hohteman. i: Ctewan. -.yrewuaeod,
5: O rhaw. J Cliann 1: W.
J-Tvnrt. 1; S. Flynn. I I'mplre. U- .
Th tftdoey-Eigln game waa the moat
iuteroatlng at the atemooa from the
Bpectator' Mandpolnt. Both teama re
uloaary aiatched and the game waa fought
''hard throughout. Kfclaey loot through
f ek ot aggroaalveseaa. Lineup:
fl SIDNEY. 1 ELGIV
I f-i-IV-j:- -v---nPbll MMona.
. .... ............ .. ,. si. irvKWKwe
f lrka C. C R HWrry
tjoerfelder RG.IRO C. gkeata
gcioauiaa L.O.JJ. Uowe
8 Uoala from foula: PMnry. t: Elgtn. I
f:oaia from field: Greenlaaf il. Ober.
f -:de- Hi, Campbell in, A. Trowbridge
'.. Soarry 7. tmpire: Beck.
; The Wahoo buach. which la expected
to mak a atrong aaowlnc la th touraa-
meot. did not deceive th apeetatera an
Uw flrat showing, trouncing Blair by th
ooMSde acaro of a i I. . E. Kamlltoa
waa tbo etar for Waaoa. lineup: j
, AndrraoB C;C Bott
Beadle L.F.it.F. CUIri
' nanuaw...rvr 'itr rrea
Boboetder Jka.R.O ..... Hallar
Trur'na L.U.,UU Manor
foOal from find: 'Aadcreoa M. Beadle
V K. MamlUoa fit. Scanalaer (11. Bou
ill. tloJr il). empire: Brenaon.
William Melnbrecher. Chicago
. Hanna. Lake Foreat. Ill
u. Ridaalev. Huntington. W. Va...
O. Miller, Chtrago
H. Tarnow, Chicago
J. Jennlnga, Chicago
W, Ryan, ,v'hlcago -
Ridgeley. Huattngto. W. Va. kO-Lat;
Hhfel. Lake Foreat. 1IU Ut l.S
lal. Chicago Ut-t.M
llaana. Lake Foreat. Ill K 1.K1
llayea. Chkago I-U3
Mclnnla -.. all
Phurhow. Chicago wa-Lto:
; Murphy. Chicago Uel.X
Ideal. Akron. O
Rat Colt. Chicago tin
fteecatite. Chicago 2.ia
Ottumwa, la..... Jin
RuMrd, Chicago tin
Cnoea. Elgin. III.-, , mi
Carey . -'nl.-ago , t64
Deeiide J. Egana, Chicago ttu
American Seating Co.. Chicago ti
atarpea Broa.. Chicago i,a
DETROIT'S NEW FIELD NAMED
NVIN FIEI 0 FOR CLUB'S HEAD
DETROIT. March 7 It waa officially
derided today to change tha Borne of tha
aow Detroit American league baa ban
grouada from Bennett park ta . Nana
field, w. H. Tawky, part owner of Ufa
uotrott eras, OeUruUMd the lraue In
bjooar of Ptealdem Frank J. Navta.
. , -
lb S:tatioa-B AdrarUatag.
CAKLANO. Cal.. March 7-Bacauae the
ngutere are auralng poraoajal grudge
aaalaot aach other, live dty eommlaaion
r bar arclared off tha return matck
oerwoen rraaam rjoma. ana Jownny
Frara. arced iiied here tad March AL
GERMAN MINERS WILL STRIKE
General Supension in Weatphnlinn
i Fields Expected Monday.
piTffB 07 10 FES CENT OFFERED
I TJrwa laaiata am tMarlaml
Doaaawaai at PHtewa For Caw
- ritwt lln wf Break la
BERLIN March t.-Tha outbreak of a
general arrlk !r. tha Weetphallan cool
d!ltrtct on March It I Bow regarded aa
a practical certainty. Th leader of the
Chrtattaa Trade union, who are bluer
rlvgl sf th eodallat workmen organ
nation, continue to oppoae a (trlke, but I
advksea from tha coal field indicate that j
tbey are loalng hold on their follower, a
groat proportion of whom will mak
common rauee with the other organlia
llona If they decide to atop work. r.
In view ot the conflicting attitude ot
th aocialwt and Chrtetlan Trade un
ion, tha Prussian government an
nounced today that th tulles protection
would be accorded to noaatrlkcra, and
that any dlaordera would bo auppreeaea.
with an Iron hand.
Tha coal owners In many caae har of
fered their mea a Id per coat Incraaa tr.
wage, but th union tnatat o a U pot
Leading coal stocks fell t per cent and
mora on th hour today.
LONDON. March ".-The first eicn ot
any break In tha coal einke come from
North Wales, when the employe of
some of the smaller taming oompaoiea
havo reopened neaotlationa with the own
er with th view of starting work In
the pita again. Some ot theae mine are
worked by aonuaiooJata Othera, how.
ever, have hitaerto Deem operated ay
While th prospects ot a eettlemeut at
th eoal dispute appear aomewbat
brighter today, conditio ua ta other Indoa
trtea are becoming won every hoar. The
a inn bar ot discharges of workmen from
ether employ merit la hv-reaalng every
where and many caeca ot great dlatr
Coal Piliee Rlee ta Near Tark. :
NEW TORK. March ?.-Feara ot a
strike of the HMN aathracit coal min
er aa April t haa caused a general rusk
on th part af consumers tor coal to
carry them aver a strike period. This
sudden demand became widespread today
when U waa "reported that the retire da
Instead ot having a large amount of coal
la terac la preparation fur a possible
ly . rff. .jrJ X
for a M per cent Increaaa la wage, a
shorter work day and Other renditions at
th mine which la to t made by th
operator at a lolnt conference with th
miner committee neat Tuesday m ex
pected ' to b' followed by oertala' modi
tld'dmlida ait th part tt Utt jnlnars
that will-lead to. a ganeral comprtmla
Bd prevent a srrtke en Much & .when
th present working agreement, expires.
Soma operators. It 1a bow reported, are
allllnr to grant a I per cent Increase n
A trs ii. American Leaguer who will
fill new'fearlhe'thls year, and -whoa play.
Ing will cut a'uhr figure la the race for
the flag. :. Abovo. at the left, la Jack.
Knight, 14110 wfir- play ' with the V4h
liigton Senators . In the Infletd. ' Gabb
Street. Uia-Waahlnrton catcher, going to
the New York Yankees in exchange for
hint . H-.k'wke.Ua If this' deal win
strengthen both team.
At he - right.. h George Stori.ll. who
gee to rH. Lout Brown in trad for
Lefty George, a young Southpaw pitcher,
who ' U expected' to greatly aid Cleve
land's alrsndv ; (nrmMable slab crew.,
otorall win JielB the -Browne mere than
George will help - Cleveland, however,
aa the, ft. Louis .American ' entry ha
teen up against It for a first baseman
for th laat five yeare.
Below Is Jak StahL who will start the
aaaaoa at th Initial corner .'for th
Boatoa Americana, ftahl In his, halcyon
Isyg was our of the "beet flrat Jaaaemen
In trm business, a well a a fierce
1-ltter. Although some expect' Mm to
go back this year, the Benton fang hare
senfMenc'o, In his ability to jlo the re-
iim come oars. At any rate, .medi
ocre work, cyea .would- be .better than
what Beaton has contended with in the:
past at the surting-otf cushion
strike, were. reaUt runnlug .short and
were making vr-v effort to lacresae
their depleted reserve. ' '
In consequenc many dealer have fn
creased th price ot com from tl te tLS
a ton. Th oparatora Mat tha eoal at
tk mine is now setting at th regular
flat refusal at the miners' eercude
Iowa Track Squads .
Getting Into Shape
a ism sa - a
IOWA CITY, la., March T.-Coach Kot
logg and Packard are rapidly whipping
th vanity and 'freshmen track aqoad
Into fhapc at the University of Iowa In
order to get th men Into some sort at
condition before the outdoor work h) da
ejared possible.' Th squad of varsity
mtttrlal now numbers twentv.eeven. while
twnty-sig likely looking freshmed hav
signified tholr Intention of . trying out
this spring. -.
Kellogg and Star have not yet com
pleted arrangements for tha CMcxgo
lowa frrahanaa dual, meet but It I
thought highly probable her that one
win be a ranged. ,
.Registry of candidates today showed
Varsity Wright. Ncy, Knrf, Oadbury.
Pranlon. Willis. Adamson, Wilson, Trexnl,
Haldwlm tflreeler, (label man. Yarcho,
Alexander. Oulst, Dys, Wahrer. Rock,
Smith. Handling. Balpl. Gregg. Klar,
Mulieinbcrg. B runner. McCinnls and Jans,
Kreiiimn Paraona. I Mak, Morse. Oar
tett. Relsky. Beer. OlBrlen, Mmlenberg.
f rueckoer, Taylor,. lujviea. Harvey, Caa
iridy. Noorrthoft. Mtockman. Prince,
(lilllland, Addison. McCravv. Word.
Bhrader. Mueller..Rinirke, Beem, bum
r.er and Fountain.
Case Against Packers
, CHICAGO," March 7. After " thirteen
weeks and on day occupied In the selec
tion ot a Jury and the examination of
witnesses, th government today closed
It case In the trial of th tea Chicago
meet packet charged with on aw pi racy ta
maintaining a combination la restraint ot
trade. - It la said to be tha longest crim
inal trial In the history of th federal
SIX PRISONERS ESCAPE
: FROM COUNTY JAIL AT NIGHT
MARION. Is.. March t-Six prisoners
escaped . from toe Una county Jail bar
some time last Bight. . Aid was gives
them, from the outside and ton bar af
tha window were sawed through. On ot
the man. named McDonald, Is wanted at
STRIKE AT HEWCOURT HOUSE
Entire Force of Carpenters Walks
Off the Job. .
DISPUTE BETWEEN C0STKACX011S
AssertloB ta Made by th Mew that
They Have Not at re a Fald by
th Contractors for Sev
Th entire fore of carpenters working
on the now Douglas county building quit
work at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon be
cause, they said, money for their work
fur several weeks has not been fort boom.
inc. There were only nine man on th
work when the strtk waa called.
Tim carpenter hare boon working under
P. C. Rasmussen of Council Bluffs, to
whom Caldwell ft Drake, county bulld-
l; contractors, let the carpentering eon.
tract. Haamussen refused to say whether
th trouble I between th mea and him
or whether Caldwell A Drake are Involved
In th dispute. The' men tin were
Late hi the afternoon Kaemuescn became
mora tatkallv and said he owes th men
for a month's work, but has been unable
to pay them because Caldwell A Drake
Trouble with Sab-Caatraetar.
Financial dlffereacea between Nets Rae-
mussen of Council Bluff, th wood fin
ishing subcontractor, and Caldwell A
Drake, general contractor la th caiiae
ot th delsy. They tell conflicting glories
regarding the difficulties.
Yesterdsy afternoon Raamussen said
ht men quit because he owed them
month's wages and ha waa unable to pay
because hie money was tied up In th
hand of th general contractor, who
had failed to pay hint for a month.
Calvin Zeigler, superintendent for Cald
well as Drake, gave aa entirely different
report regarding th altugtlon.
"We don't Vw Rasmusesn a rent that
we' are not willing to Say." ald Eelgler.
There I a check In oar- office payable
to him for all that 1 du hlni ' Hs re
fused to take It.'. Th first two payments
w made him were rather heavy heavier
thaa we thought tbey should be. but as
hs la ta be paid by the ob we let It go.
W paid him Saturday and then advanced
him P to pay on of his men who wanted
to -o home. He was th brother of that
woman In Oregon that poisoned herself
and four children. Today w hsd his
check ready for him. It . He said
it wasn't enough. I went over all the
work he haa done with him and showed
him by my figure that th check cov
er the balance for all tha work dona so
far, but he wouldn't take It. Then he
said If I would pay him M mora' he
oould pay his men and get along all right
I asked him how much ha owed them aad
found tha K wouldn t be enough. It It
had I would Lav let him hav that
j much more. That waa la th ,morolng.
When I cam back la the afternoon tne
man had .ult I sv him until tomorrow
morBlng-Frlday-to St right with hi
men and get them back to work. If h
doesn't I will report to hi bondsman and
put on carpenters myself, because w are
getnc to rush this work." ,
Polo Players Hurt ;
m Play for Trophy
AN DIEGO. Cat, March T.-Two play.
era In tha Coronado polo tournament were
injured severely today la the second
round of th All-America trophy. Eng
land and Canada were the contestants.
Bnglsnd won by tha score of 4 to I.
Morris Duval, recognised as th strength
of the English team, waa unseated m
tha third period when his horse swerved.
His collarbone wa broken and W.
Devereaux waa put la his place.
In tha seventh period Devereaux and
Major Colin O. Ross, Csnadlan, collided
and piled In a heap en th field. Ron'
collarbone wa . fractured and he wa
carried to bis quarters. Devereaux re
sumed play. W. L. Brees replaced Roas.
Tom Stark Accepts "
' Contract at Wichita
DUBUQUE. la., March T.-(Speclal Telegram.)-Tom
Stark, for a number of
year catcher on different team rn the
Three-1 league, maoaser of both Dubuque
and Rock Island, and list year manager
ot the Monmouth; team, la th Central
association, today accepted term with
th Wichita team ot tha Westers league.
He wilt report there In a tew days, aa
the season opens on April U.
CHICAGO. - March- a-Haln Zimmer
man. Inflelder ot tha Chicago Nationals,
today signed a three-year contract with
Lansmaea Kleef ffleers.
FORT DODGE. la.. March 7.-(8pecial
Telegram. )-The Northwest Iowa Retail
Lumbermen'a association at lu annual
convention today elected W. W. White
of Mamie president: E. O. Fits, Fort
Dodge, vice president, and re-elected J.
H. Know secretary-treasurer.
Bosloa Wlaa Billiard Came. .
BOSTON.- March T. Boston won the de
ciding same of tbo series with Pittsburgh
in tha .National Billiard league tourna
ment tonight Mason of Boston defeat
ing McCourt of Pittsburgh. te 4. Both
player had high runa of 4.' Mason s
average waa 61 and, McCeurt't 47
by threat of regulation
BALTIVORE.' Manaa-S.AL a avaaUag
today between the executive committee
ot the democratic national convention
commute and representative of the
teadihg hotel ot thl city th matter of
rata and accommodations for the con
vention wa set forth by the hotel men,
A statement giving la detail a achedute
of rate I prevail next June wHI ha
furnished tomorrow by th hotel mea sad
a synopsis will bo prepared aad mad
publis by tha convention committee,.
A bill Introduced Into th leglslaturs
.ast Monday providing for an Inquiry Into
and regulation of hotel rate will be held
in abeyance Until publication . ot . the
smmacBXTa or ogiav stxakxbs.
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!Fr a rife lift
6 Cylinders 38 Horse Power
A large, six-cylinder, five-passenger
car so flexible and so easy to manage
that it is a keen delight to drive it.
The Franklin is the only car in
which tiasy riding is made a principle
of design. It is built right' into the car
itself. - The full power of the motor
is always available without racking or .
straining the car, and a hih average
. fate of speed can be maintained over . , ;;
all roads. ' '.-
GUY L. SMITH
2205 Famam Street
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