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Los Angeles Herald, Los Angeles, Cal., January 8, 1914.

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      With forty entries and a big crowd

of spectators thronging the course, the Vanderbilt Junior

cup race was run at Venice this afternoon.

(...) Los Angeles Herald, Jan. 10, 1914

„Venice is preparing to entertain a big crowd“

Editorial content. „42 ENTER ,BABY‘ CUP


      Twelve Motor Cars of Less Than Seven Horsepower

      and 30 Pushmobiles to Compete

      Twelve tiny motor cars of less than seven horsepower

and thirty pushmobile entries will compete in the Venice Junior

Vanderbilt cup races at Venice Saturday afternoon.

The entry list closed last night.

      Four trophy cups and prizes aggregating $150 are offered.

The power car races are attracting particular interest,

as this is the first race ever held in the west for cars of this type.

      Barney Oldfield will start the first race promptly

at 1:30 o‘clock Saturday afternoon and Earl Cooper has agreed

to act as referee.

      Venice is preparing to entertain a big crowd. The street

on which the race is to be held is one block east

of the Trolleyway. A grandstand has been erected at the start

and finish line.“

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