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tear Wif OutomO itself, Used by permission of publishers. He started out to make it, Andlabored with a wilb .Tvvould bie such fun, he figured, hie €3puld slide up Kill. fpp Bob had not s\tspected_ |*JuSt how the sled would work, Butsoorthe Knew about it— It* started with a jerk. Slid up a hill like winkit^, .y„ Clear to the very top? ,,/W'////A Then Bobby tried to stop It, ^nBut fbuncj h£couldn't stop. ftpou)n, the younrt 1 Id make most anyUi ould And screws and spools One day a brand new i„. Popped into Bobby& head,, Arvd that's how hie. invented His automobile sled, 5R^a_ "So-®—— •riacte-— a K««S WHiji At lastthethiijg "was finished And JBob, withgreatest *51ee, Pat on. his cap and mitiens And hurried out to see How automobile coasting Avbuld seem/just fbr a change* He started up the clodfcworK Andthen came something strange, SS..N. The wheels "kept bii^^i nd loudly As quickly on he flew. Straight out acrossthecountry ."Through scenes all strajtfe and new* Past iorests dark and Through many a star' Assist as any rocket '-fpr^z Dashed frightened Bobby Brown-, fa Might come loiut still that auto" Wfcnt racing on like mad .Day, dawned again, tout no one Could rescue that poor lad.Ns^ On,on he sped like lidhtnintf Down dale and over nil 1,. And if he hasn't stopped it That sled is^going itiill^j _^s *\|-r M- 1 I A\ 5 t, lif j.