At Daytona Beach, Fla., in front of a crowd kept in safety by marshals, some newsreel photographers pointed their cameras last week at the snouted White Triplex car roaring toward them at 202 m. p. h. over the hard sand. The car swerved. Driver Lee Bible lost control. The car somersaulted prodigiously toward the cameras. When it lay still, Driver Bible, thrown far away, and one of the photographers, a big fellow named Charles Traub, crushed by three tons of pitchpoling steel, were dead. The film of the accident, complete in Traub's camera, went...

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