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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 30, 1912, Image 1

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FULLTELEGRAPHIC AND CABLENEWS SERVICE
OF THE UNITED PRESS
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THE DAY B
OOK
500 SO. PEORIA ST. ?398
,TEL. MONROE 353
Vol. 1, No. 2U Chicago, Thursday, May 30; 1912 One Cent
MERGEDES CAR LEADS IN
AUTOMOBILE RACE
DePalma Driing 82 Miles an
Hour Ormsby Withdraws.
Indianapolis, Ind., May 30.
At 10:02 Anderson, driving a
Stutz car, -whirled across the
starting line in a cloud of smoke
80 miles an hour, and the 500-mile
motor classic of America was on.
The other entries followed&f one
miriute intervals. ?T
Tezlaff in a Fiat jumped: into
the leadfollowed by DePalma in
a Mercedes. Time first lap',
1 A3 A3. Same positions for three
laps. - -" !
DePalma in lead, fourth lap,
Wishart, Mercedes, second ; Tez
laff, third.
; At 80 miles, " DePalma first;
Dawson, second. Time 83:33. '.
Ormsby in Opel quit in fourth
lap; engine trouble. ' v
TODAY'S PARADE.
Parade starts at 3 p. m.at
' E. 21 at st. and Michigan av.
Proceeds north in Michigan
av. to Jackson blvd. and west
on Jackson to Franklin st.
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WILBUR WRIGHT DD3S
FAMOUS AVIATOR
'Father, Sister and Three Brothers
at His Bedside.
mm -V
Wilbur Wright.
Dayton, O., May 30. Follow
ing a slight rally, during which
he took nourishment, Wilbur
Wright, world's famed inventor
aviator, died at 3:15 this morning
of typhoid fever. His 'end came
peacefully arid'he was surround
ed by members of his'family.
Wilbur Wrig-ht was the son of
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