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Automotive News Briefs: December 1, 1922

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Automotive News Briefs: December 1, 1922

Killed When Automobile Overturns.

The New York Times

Special to The New York Times.

MIDDLETOWN, N. Y., Nov 30.—Arthur Dexter of Narrowsburg was instantly killed today when the automobile in which he was riding overturned near Liberty. He was identified by a license tag found in his pocket.

Speeder Is Jailed for Sixty Days.

The New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30.—What is said to be the most severe sentence ever given in a police court here for reckless driving has been handed out by Judge S. J. McAtee in sentencing Robert F. Boyle, an electrical dealer, to sixty days in County Jail. "I am determined to stop reckless driving in San Francisco," said Judge McAtee. "There have been too many deaths and too many injuries recently."

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The New York Times

BROOKLINE, Mass., Nov. 30.—Thomas Connolly of Bay City, Mich., a Yale student visiting at the home here of Charles E. O'Hearn, Yale football star, received a broken arm and cuts and bruises on his head early today when an automobile driven by Edward O'Hearn, brother of Charles, crashed into a hydrant in the Brighton district of Boston. Police reports that Charles O'Hearn was driving the automobile were denied by his family who said that he remained at home all the day.

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