Brother Against Brother: There is a possibility that the two brothers, shown above, building their cars for the Soap Box Derby, may meet in this year's race to be held July 23. Shown at the left applying an electric drill to his creation is Allan Crandall, age 13, veteran driver in the two previous races. At the right is his brother George Crandall, age 9, who is building his first racer. George has two ambitions. One is to win the city title and trip to the All-American finals at Akron, O., and the other is to beat his older brother. The boys live at 208 North First St.
He'll Be In Derby For Third Time: Richard Schneider, 13 years old, of 1332 S. Main St., will compete in the local Soap Box Derby for the third time on Saturday, July 23. He has rebuilt his racing car, shown above, for this year's race. Dick was a Class B semi-finalist in both 1936 and 1937. This year he is 13 and will compete in Class A. In 1936 he won two races before losing in the semi-finals. Last year he won from Wendell Bonnewell and David Vaughn before losing to Jim McLeo in the semi-finals.