Sport: Travel

How long do you allow for a 200-mile automobile drive? Perhaps, if you are touring, you allow a day—a late start, a leisurely lunch somewhere along the road, an arrival about dusk. If, on the other hand, you happened to be one Harry Hartz of Los Angeles, you would allow 1 hour, 37 minutes, 21.25 seconds; this speed, a new world's record, he made last week at Salem, N. H.


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