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De Palma Begins Ten-Day Jail Sentence for Speeding

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Pre-WWII Racing Topics:  Ralph De Palma

De Palma Begins Ten-Day Jail Sentence for Speeding

The New York Times
December 5, 1922


FRESNO, Cal., Dec. 4.—Ralph De Palma, automobile racer, surrendered to the sheriff at Madera, Cal., today and began serving a ten-day sentence for speeding at Chowchilla last month. He carried two suitcases containing clothing and personal effects when he entered the jail. De Palma had received a stay of sentence until after his last race of the year.



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