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 - the as a to Reggie McN.amara said pit fellows...
the as a to Reggie McN.amara said pit fellows punching several 160- Badly Hart In S.~F.~ Bike ~Crash SAN FRANCISCO, May 19.---Reggie McNamara, the man i thousand bumps and bruises had a fractured wrist to-day to re mind him of his latest spcctacula crash in his pursuit of gold ant jlory on the bicycle racing track of the country. The 48-year-old Newark, N. J dean of long distance riders, whos twenty-two years in the spor make up a sequence of accidents comparable lo the annual repor of an emergency hospital, pedallec out of San Francisco's six-day rac last night in the most smashup of the week. The grand old man of the pine- board speedways and his partner Eddie Testa of Los Angeles, wer _ _ ...... ----- _ ...... ,,..,,, _ leading the field, twenty-four hou been bouts. C, Roy of former former listed coaching College iy rac eeriou before to-night's wind-up at 1 o'clock, when he went hurtling over the handlebars. Five thousam spectators gasped and then brok into tremendous ovation as one o the gamcst riders of them all climbed out of the wreckage of a racing bike, had a fractured left wrist bandaged and jumped on another two-wheeler to make a farewell turn around the track before going to a hospital for further attention. Cut, bruised and in pain from a broken bone. McNamara's one concern was for his youthful team mate. Testa. The latter paired up at once with Freddie Spencer, Jr., of Plalnflcld, N. J., when Spencer's partner, slim Raul Larrazola of Mexico City voluntarily dropped .out of the race. today in the today Khayyam old of

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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 19 May 1934, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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