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THE STRANGEST RACE EVER RUN. Turtles Ridden by Children.
Steeds Quiet, Riders Excited. Refused to Travel Straight. Lured On by Cabbages.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Dec 7, 1902
Start Page: 37
Pages: 1
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SEVEN huge turtles racing at a snail's pace across a lawn; cheered on by an interested and excited crowd of spectators, and urged to their highest speed by three enthusiastic riders furnished an amusing spectacle on the Hagen-...

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