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fey, and only prompt action by
the police saved the lives of some
of the women.
Our idea of nothing to get ex
cited about, "Duke of Connaugh
may visit Chicago in 1914."
FASTEST THING IN WORLD IS THE AEROUNICYCLE.
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St Louis, July 20. "Merrily
we'll roll along, roll along," 12
miles a minute, 720 miles an hour,
19,280 miles from sun to sun, in
Get that right in a hoop! Tha
Get that right IN A HOOP!
That is what the speed maniac of
the future may be doing.
The aero-unicycle is the last
word in speed. It is destined to
do for the racing auto and the
speediest motorcycle what they
did to old Do"bbin.
"The only limit is a man's abil
ity to live while he travels, and
an unobstructed roadway," says
Clinton Coates, inventor of the
The machine is a freak. Inside
a big aluminum hoop the rider is
blown along by aeroplane propel
The hoop has an outside diam
eter of 81 inches, and an inside
diameter of 67-inches. Around it
is a pneumatic tire l inches
wide. Along the inner rim of the
hoop and on each side travel three
sets of' three rollers, or wheels, on.
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