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Hank (Henry) Schlosser, 1920's '30's Midget & Big Car driver

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  • Hank (Henry) Schlosser, 1920's '30's Midget & Big Car driver

    Former USAC registrar Gene Heeter is working on a book about the Greenville (OH.) Speedway, and is looking for information on racer Henry (Hank) Schlosser, who won the June 30, 1935 “Al Theisen Memorial” race at Greenville Speedway, and was awarded a Silver Trophy sponsored by Pharis Tire & Rubber Co. of Newark, Ohio. Mr. Schlosser, who went by Henry or Hank, but this may not be his given first name, is believed to be from the Greater Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky area, and Gene is trying to track down the Date/Location of Henry Schlosser’s death, or a possible name and/or location of his surviving children, so that Gene can possibly obtain a photo of the Trophy. Any Help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help!
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    Another missed opportunity. My dad knew him pretty well but his knowledge of Hank is gone forever.

    I will try to see what my mom knows about Hank.

    Dick Hoffman may be a good source. I know Old Timer hung around with him.

    Hey Keith, expect a PM.

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