So, after the win, Don Stumpf always had an itch to return to Fonda for more easy pickings. Early on when it was fashionable to stage midget races in indoor venues such as the Kingsbridge Armory, Don ran a midget for John Wherle at the Teaneck, Nj Armory. Some of the top headlines that are in the AARN, this week, were these: Even Jim Hoyt, of Saranac Lake, who may have had the most spectacular crash in the history of the track [had the Fonda book been able to find any photo of it] was flying the night he wrecked his red Jerry Jerome sits, dazed, on what's left of his flathead Jr. And this one, too. The track used to be an old horse track at the turn of the century.
The car had been set up by Oswego star Eddie Bellinger, Sr.
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He would run at Langhorne for years to come. Don also won the Alcyon sportsman title in Saturday, October 20, Pretty sure this was taken at Flemington. The car had been set up by Oswego star Eddie Bellinger, Sr. Chickens Contain Cancer-Causing Arsenic http: