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Automotive News Briefs: May 26, 1915

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Pre-WWII Racing Topics:  Indianapolis 500, Ralph Mulford

Automotive News Briefs: May 26, 1915

Mulford in 500-Mile Auto Race.
The New York Times

INDIANAPOLIS, May 25.—Ralph Mulford has been named as eleventh-hour entrant in the impending Indianapolis 500-mile race next Saturday, at the wheel of a Duesenberg car. Mulford found himself unable to get his own machine, a special of private construction, ready for the contest, and accordingly switched to Duesenberg at the last minute. He takes the place of Wilbur De Alene, who will now drive relief instead. Alley and O'Donnell are the other members of the team.

Speedway Stand to Cost $150,000.
The New York Times

Plans for the big steel grand stand which is to be erected on the old Sheepshead Bay race course by the Sheepshead Bay Speedway Corporation were filed yesterday in the Bureau of Buildings in Brooklyn. The stand will be 1,225 feet in length and will cost about $150,000. The entrance will be on the Avenue U side of the property.



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