Tobin DeHymel

Nationality: American
Born: 1890
Died: November 10, 1910 20 Years


Slow and processional and not at all remindful of the speed that brought his young life to a tragic close was the transfer to their last resting place of the remains of Tobin DeHymel, the young auto racer whom speed on the auto track had made famous and whom speed claimed as its latest victim Saturday evening at the International Fair Grounds. Of speed and the noise of the race track there was not even a suggestion in the somber and dignified incident marking the final exit to the intrepid driver.

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