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WELLESLEY LEADS IN STATE SAFETY CONTEST FOR TRUCKS

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Wellesley College has achieved honors in a new field for it leads all competitors including Harvard, in the state-wide safety contest for automobile trucks. The group in which the college fleet of vehicles is entered comprises cars used for "cartage" transfer and storage. Other entrants are "The President and Fellows of Harvard College", Gorton-Pew Fisheries Company, Ltd., United States Post Office, half a dozen big express companies, several newspaper delivery fleets and many large mills and other industrial enterprises.

The Wellesley fleet of twelve trucks and three passenger cars has won top honors by going through the first three-months of the contest, July, August, and September without a single accident.

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