Considerable excitement was caused on Mt. Auburn street last night when a Ford Coupe, belonging to Mr. Edward Huse, an assistant caretaker of the University buildings ran wild without a driver from the Harvard Square Garage to Holyoke Place where its course was suddenly checked by an electric light pole. The accident was cause by a faulty stater-plug which released itself when the car was being pushed with the brakes off and started the car. It had reached a speed of 15 miles and was skimming along beside the curb before it crashed into the pole, smashing the fenders and tearing off the wheels and turning completely over. It was immediately righted by the large crowd of students that had gathered, and for a time there was considerable anxiety for the fate of the lost driver until he appeared a few minutes later of claim the car.
FORD CLIMBS UP POLE ON MT. AUBURN ST. WITHOUT DRIVER
Crowd Fears for Occupants of Over-Turned Car But Finds None
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