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Six-Day International - 1935 Nov-10~16, at the Chicago Stadium
Item# 1935 6-Day.Chi [1935 6-Day.Chi]
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AVAILABLE TO SELL, I HAVE A DUPLICATE! A 32-page large format Program for the 34th International 6-Day Bike Race, held under the sanction of the National Cycling Association. This is a reproduction printed from the original program. The officials for this race were: Frank Kramer, Thomas J. Courtney, Al Horan, Dennis A. Horan, James Bowler, Dorsey R. Crowe, Ald. John S. Clark, Ernest Klocker, Alfred Cumming, Harry Josephs, Theo. W. Rullman, Frank Kalteux, John Kronvold, Eddie Maehlke, Frank Schrieber, Thomas J. Bowler, Major C. Ames, Ray Schalk, Willard Malone, William Harley, Larry Epstein, Louis Spears, Lawrence Gaffney, Patrick Mulvey, Carmine Bilotti, Herman Hoffman, W.O. Simonson, Roy Johnson, John Finocchiara, Joseph Miller, Herb Carlin, Harry Chesley and Harry Mendel. The program contains photos of most of the racers with their bio, and the name & colors of each team. The dimensions are 8 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches, see the picture gallery for many of the pages.

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Page-1, the Introduction page naming the race officials and their responsibilities.


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Page-5, photos with bios of Reggie J. McNamara, Bobby Walthour Jr., and Norman Hill.


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Page-7, photos & bios of: Jerome Jerry Rodman, Gerard Debaets and Bobby Thomas.


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Page-8, photos of the men behind the Chicago Stadium; Arthur M. Wirtz, Jas. Norris and Jas. D. Norris


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Page-9, an advertisement for BIKE-LOC, a locking device that was welded onto the head tube of a bicycle. This accessory item was supplied to several bicycle manufacturers who included it in the frame construction. It caused a protrusion on the side of the head tube which was necessary for the key-way of the lock. Some of the classic/vintage bicycles being restored in the current times have this mechanism.


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Page-10, photo & bio of William Torchy Peden


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Page-11, The NATIONAL CYCLING ASSOCIATION rules and conditions governing Grand International Professional Six-Day Team Races.


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Page-12, information & statistics about the Chicago Stadium


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Page-13, photos & bios for; Jules Audy, Gustav Killian and Heinz Vopel.


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Pages 14 & 15, giving the names of the teams, the two racers on each team and the team colors.
Numbers 1 & 2 McNamara & Walthour Jr., Numbers 3 & 4 Hill & Rodman, and Numbers 5 & 6 Debaets & Thomas.
Page 14 has photos & bios of; Tino Reboli, Eddie Testa and Alfred Letourner.


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Pages-16 & 17, giving the names of the teams, the two racers on each team and the team colors.
Numbers 7 & 8 Peden & Audy, Numbers 9 & 10 Kilian & Vopel, Numbers 11 & 12 Reboli & Testa, Numbers 13 & 14 Letourner & Georgetti, Numbers 15 & 16 Honeman & De Fillipo, Numbers 17 & 18 Wissel & Grimm, and Numbers 19 & 20 Schaller & Yates. 


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Pages-18 & 19. giving the names of the teams, the two racers on each team and the team colors.
Numbers 21 & 22 Cohen & Echevaria, Numbers 23 & 24 Lands & Alexander, Numbers 25 & 26 Rodak & Ritter, Numbers 27 & 28 Journey & Sheehan, and Numbers 29 & 30 Dempsey & Lipsett.


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Page-20, photos and bios of Franco Georgetti & William Honeman


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Pages 22 & 23, Rules for scoring points for the 2-mile Sprints, and photos & bios of; Mike De Fillipo, Ewald Wissel, William Grimm & Tony Schaller.


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Pages 26 & 27, photos & bios of; Cecil Rabbit Yates, Louis Cohen, Bobby Echevaria, Dave Lands, Franz Alexander, Mickey Rodak, Charley Ritter, Martin Journey, Jackie Sheenan, George Dempsey and Robert Lipsett.


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Page-32, a photo and information about Donald S. McLeod (aka Mac), the man that improved the operations and facilities at The Chicago Stadium and continues to make thins run smoothly.

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