The Grand Prix International Automobile Race

1907 Scientific American  
where there was lack of intelligent superintendence, the cheap labor did not appreciate the .need for careful workmanship, and the result was the use of too little cement, or too little water, or improper mixing, fol lowed by the collapse of the wall before it had reached half its full height.
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican07131907-23 fatcat:see7i5prdfgwviq7kaiukdlcsa