A Life Guard for Street Railway Cars

1894 Scientific American  
This fender, though strongly made and readily at-mal. It is true it is a perilous game, but those who tached to a car, presents only flexible yielding ma-are skilled engage in it without hurt. We prefer this terial, not liable to inflict injury upon a person struck elegant spectacle to the effusions of blood so popular thereby. It has been patented by Mr. J. J. Beals, of in Spain, which can only awaken in spectators the No. 110 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. It comprises a instincts of ferocity and savagery. We are indebted network of diamond-
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican09011894-133 fatcat:dq2thhzed5bcxlj6pczwwqyxcq