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The workings of an auto-
mobile engine are simple
only to mechanics.
A group of students take-charge of a flat. A first driving permit is a time for seriousness,
Almost unheard of freedom
A preliminary oil check is the first activity
of the daily driver education class.
The mobile take-charger has more than 162 miles
of streets to drive either his or his purent's cur in
. Anderson. About 200 drive to school each day and
tymany moreiilxhve driver'sz.lir:enses. A musfryfor each
iiiii sophomore he reacihiesidlSi years of badge is the
course in driver education.
The biggest single difference from the past
generation is an almost unheard of free-
dom. A major force and cause of this
freedom is the automobile.
Today's teens are free to go almost
anywhere Within a reasonable distance.
Much of the teenage population of Ander-
son can be seen on Friday and Saturday
nights in cars. The car has also revolu-
tionized dating. A mark of maturity for
a girl is Whether she car dates or not.
Proof of the importance of the car is
the amount of time it is given in high.
school. Students may learn how to drive
in driver education, tinker in auto me-
chanics, and discuss its inliuence in social
studies. They learn to be truly mobile.
As temperatures go up, tops naturally
go down in the parking lot”