Sport: Cars by Miller

Automen call the 500-mile Indianapolis race on Memorial Day their "laboratory," yet since the War no factory has officially entered a standard car in the race, until last week. Most of the race winners since 1920 have been made by Harry A. Miller, a mechanical genius of Los Angeles who is too smart to ride in a racing car himself. Last week's race was between the standard cars and Miller-made racers.

The fast Millers, led by Billy Arnold, 1930 winner, 1931 leader until his Miller-Hartz crashed and burnt, led for the first laps. Arnold crashed again at 150 mi. after setting five...

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