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THE" laD'S" LATEST THRILLER PUSHMOBILE
Speedy pushmobile in Denver's exciting race, t
races that made the whole cityj
The principal thing about a
puhsmobile is that it must look
like an auto. But it's pushed by,
a boy who runs along behind
while another fellow steers.
The races here were conducted
by the Express, Denver's lively,
evening newspaper. The celebra
tion started with a parade one
day, eight -blocks long, led by a
band and the mayor in an autor
through the main streetsof Den
ver. Next day the races were
Denver, Col., Aug. IS. Ever
ride in a pushmobile?
Ever race in one?
No? Well, it's certain'all the
boys in our block have, of would
f liketo. ' - f
Denver kids are-crazy about
them and haye just had a series of
held at a big amusement
with 230 cars entered.
Every car was home-made
some with baby cab and bicycle
wheels. Many of the boys wore
full racing togs close-fitting
skull caps and goggles just like
the big auto racers, you know.
The small speeders were dfyid-
ed into classes according to the;
age of the pusher. Handsome
prizes were presented the teams;,
of the first three cars in, each class.