Automotive Industries Volume 18

Automotive Industries Volume 18

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...been decided to start the parade at 7:30 in the evening from Broadway and Fifty-seventh street, the route being as already given in THE AUTOMOBILE. The reviewing stand will probably be located on Broadway at or near Eightysixth street. THIRD ANNUAL I-HIL-CLIMB AT BRIDGEPORT. Bmncsronr, CONN., March 23.--Preparations are well begun for the third annual hill-climb of the Bridgeport Automobile Club, at Sport Hill, Easton, on the morning of May 30. Chairman Ralph M. Sperry, of the contest committee, has obtained permission from the selectmen of Easton to use the road on the hill on the morning of Memorial Day, and during the present week a meeting of the committee will be held and the classes arranged. A. H. Crawford, of New York, who won the Yale cup last year, has expressed his intention of offering a special prize cup. A. L. Riker, of the A. A. A. racing board, has been asked to officiate as referee. NEW YORK MAY HAVE F. A. M. NATIONAL MEET. In response to a call sent out by Henry Wehman, secretary of the Federation of American Motorcyclists, there was an enthusiastic gathering at the Grand Union Hotel on Monday evening last. The outcome of the meeting was the formation of the Federation of American Motorcyclists I908 Meet Club, which was organized for the purpose of conducting the next annual meet. Toledo, 0., was an applicant for the event, and the only one outside of New York. As the sentiment in favor of holding the affair here is very strong, there seems to be little doubt that New York will be decided upon. The dates are to be fixed by mail, and will not be announced for a fortnight or more. The officers of the newly organized club are: President, R. G. Betts; vice-president, L. H. Gutermann; secretary, Henry J. Wehman; treasurer, ..show more

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  • Paperback | 890 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 45mm | 1,556g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236740556
  • 9781236740557