Sport: At Indianapolis

Dirty, bumpy bricks at Indianapolis Speedway will once a year bring fame and fortune to an automobilist, if he will travel over them a sufficient number of times at a speed in the neighborhood of 100 miles per hour. This year the winner of the 500-mile "classic" on the two and a half mile track is a youngster comparatively unknown, a dirt track specialist—George Souders, 27, who spends his more serious moments studying mechanical engineering at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind. In a Duesenberg special, he covered the 500 miles of bricks at an...

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