The Times(San Mateo, CA may 30, 1946
Bicycle Races Set for Sunday Bicycle riders from Burlingame and San Mateo will compete Sunday at Golden Gate park, San Francisco, with some outstanding riders from Pasadena and Southern California. California. The races are sponsored by the Northern California division of amateur bicycle league riders. The activity will be headed by Walter Hammitt. Races will start at 9:30 a. m. public is invited and admission free. Hammitt advises that a special special junior race will be run for 16 and under. Entered in the events, which consist of a one-mile sprint, five- mile open and a ten-mile handicap, from Pasadena are: Don Hester, 145 Southern California champion and winner of last Sunday's Pasadena Pasadena 25-mile class race; Don Whetstine, fourth national ranking cyclist cyclist in 141 and second place in the recent Bakersfield 25-mile handicap; Bill McDougall. second place winner in last Sunday's Pasadena race; others from Pasadena are: Dick Goerz, Bert Estabrook Ed King, Art Shunk, Hal Williams Bill Whipple, Hugh McLean, Do Christensen, Herb Kimball, Ha Jones, Elliot Calvert, Bud Avels Howard Seubert, Micky Heal, Bil Yates, Bert Straub, Kenneth Allen and Don Carpenter.