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MY FAVORITE RECREATION AUTOMOBILING
me men are nearly always the guilty
parties. Maybe other folks won't
agree, and if not, I am perfectly will
ing for them to differ.
r BY JACKIE SAUNDERS
The girl who gets her share of the
pure air of the heavens into her
lungs thinks clearer and cleaner
than she who spends her time on in
The girl who springs lightly into a
machine and drives away cross coun
try gets something of the free, big
vision of life which she sees in the
That's why I say it's all right for a
girl to run an auto.
By the way, have you ever noticed
how few of the feminine gender are
responsible for accidents? I often
study the automobile accident stories
in the daily papers, and it seems to
I am fond of driving my own ma
chine because it is an exhilarating
sport. It gives me a good appetite,
though I can't say I really need fos
ter that at alL And it gets me over
the ground so rapidly I can do almost
two days' work in one, with its aid.
While I anr for the girl as an auto
driver, I also believe she should ap
preciate the fact that careful driving
and a proper sense of responsibility
should never be forgotten.
But if I didn't have my little old
machine ('tisn't very small, by the
way), I'd surely be lost.
Women who have nothing to wear
can always go to the opera.
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