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HOW" YOU FEEL GOING 90 MILES AN HOUR
By Fred L. Boalt
Ninety miles an hour!
We did it Teddy Tetzlaff
My particular business at the
moment is to describe the emo
tions of men when traveling at 90
miles an hour.
Yes, I had emotions. The trou
ble lies in sorting them out. You
can't take an emotion and put a
ticket on it for future reference,
and make a record of it .by the
, card index system. You've got to
grab an emotion on the fly; and
make a hazy sort of mental note
of it; and-when the emotions are
coming thick and fast well,
you've got to do the best you can.
As I started out to say, the
boulevard lay before us in nice,
smooth rolls when 'Teddy pujled
the whateveritis. When, he pull
ed it lie released from the innards
of the car all the fiends of hell.
They screeched in torment, in an
evident desire to get away from
there. We got away from there
And the landscape rolled up
and fell backwards over us. And
the very first emotion worth re
cording hit me in the pit of the
My amateurish estimate is that
we were going a million miles an
We were not. We were going
a sluggish 60.
I knew this a second later when
Teddy le ouj anoher notch.