Sport: Stutz v. Hispano-Suiza

Two big automobiles stood side by side, their motors rumbling, their front wheels on the starting-line of the Indianapolis speedway. At the flash of the signal the two roared off in a cloud of blue exhaust, the drivers handling their cars carefully, expertly, in anticipation of the 24-hour grind that lay ahead of them.

The cars were an American-built Stutz, owned by F. E. Moskovics, president of the Stutz Motor Car Co., and a French-made Hispano-Suiza, owned by Charles T. Weymann, famed motor car body designer and sportsman. Both were stock cars. The race was the result of an argument between Mr....

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