Crowd Bias for Harroun

This article talks about the closing laps of the first Indianapolis 500, which is another perspective for those interested in the controversy over whether Ray Harroun or Ralph Mulford won the race. The article focuses on how close David Bruce-Brown was running to Harroun, and how Mulford had suffered tire failure.
The article also talks about how guards struggled to hold crowds in check and the day's perfect the weather. The article was published in the May 31, 1911 Indianapolis Star.

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