Clipped From The Bakersfield Californian

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[MAUIORO PUSHMOBILE8 IN SEVEN BLOCK COURSE OF TWO MILES MAKE GREAT RACING RECORDS. The great Los Angeles-Pheonix au to race, the Fourth p£ July races up China grade, the recent great speed contest through the West Side fields were all thrown Into the,shade by a Juvenile race that took place in East Bakersfleld this morning when home made pushmobiles manned by drivers and mechanicians covered a two mile course, four laps around seven blocks, on. Kern and other streets. The way was lined with spectators who cheered the drivers on to victory and the enthusiasm, was great when the National No. 6, Harry Dor- iqan, owner, Sidney Firman driving and Charles Baumganner, mechani- cian, took down the. purse of 25 cents, time 18,33. Miss Winifred Lee added to the purse and the; Joy of the victors fey contributing 25 cents additional. rteo iMo. 4 took second money, 15 cents. The car was owned by the Russell brothers, 'who also acted as driver and mechanician. The Case won the third prize of ten dents in 20 minutes, Merkel Johnston and Eugene McClure being the owners and manipulators.. Other entries Were: Bulck, manned by Jake Spoon and Edward Stanley, Frank Norris and Vern Hart. Don Baker, Vern Imon and Harry Dorman were time keepers and the . guards were Lloyd McClure, George Blinat, Albert Johnson r— Van Meter and Krnest Lancaster. •

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  1. The Bakersfield Californian,
  2. 09 Mar 1912, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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