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September 02, 1957
BASEBALL: THE ODDITIES OF AUGUST, MR. KEEGAN GOES THROUGH WASHINGTON, GETTING TO KNOW LAKE ERIE, THE PONY SOCIAL STRUCTURE, FIVE NEW RECORDS AT BONNEVILLE
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September 02, 1957

Events & Discoveries

BASEBALL: THE ODDITIES OF AUGUST, MR. KEEGAN GOES THROUGH WASHINGTON, GETTING TO KNOW LAKE ERIE, THE PONY SOCIAL STRUCTURE, FIVE NEW RECORDS AT BONNEVILLE

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He was delighted when he heard the official time, largely because he had been guessing his speed while driving. "I knew I was going roughly 240 miles an hour," he said. "I've never gone nearly so fast before but that's what it seemed like to me. I wasn't far off, was I?" He climbed out, methodically set himself to the task of packing his bags and then headed east again. He had more business in Europe.

SONG OF THE ROAD

Carol rode on my motorbike—
She rode in back of me—
I hit a bump at 65
And rode on Carolessly.
—JAMES R. NESBITT

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