Auto Novices Warned to Stay Off Streets
December 27, 1922 Home Edition
CINCINNATI—An old proverb has been revised by Police Judge
Meredith Yeatman to read: "Novices rush in where experts fear to drive," and in order to curb the inclination he has ruled that a beginner at automobile piloting is guilty of reckless drving when he takes his automobile into the congected districsm "let those who are learning practice out in the open hereafter," he said, and added that those who got in trouble downtown could expect no mercy from him.
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