Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
185, Risko, Pur- Morro, stopped Nevada, Trammel, out- Ky., VETERANS WIN BICYCLE RACE ONWESreOAST LOS ANGELES, July 25.--(AP)-Felix, La .Fenetre, Newark, N. J., and Geary, May, Huntlngton Park, Calif., pedaled their way to victory in the six-day bicycle race here^t midnight. They had a two-lap lead, traveling 1908 miles, 11 laps. The field was reduced to five teams as the end neared, when of thc riders went on.a strike'be- cause of disagreements growing out of prize, money and relative stand- Ings. Reggie McNamara, Newark, who started with Eddie Testa, Los Angeles, finished with Neil Davidson, Los Angeles, in second place. Those who quit with the finish only a-few hours away, were the team of Prank. Turano, .New York, and.Jack McCpy, San Francisco; in second place ,at-'the time; Bobble Echeverra, San Jose, 'and Fred Schultz. Los Angeles; who held fourth',)lace; and Testa. .McNamara also .quit, but returned to the track after'a conference'with the promoters. , Â· - . . - Â· '