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Stanley J. Hitchcock

November 12, 1911, Page C4, 275 words
LONDON, Oct. 20. -- Perpetual motion is a recognized impossibility, but a quality that nearly approaches it is claimed for the invention of a twenty-two-year-old Englishman. He has obtained a patent for a motor which, he asserts, will run as long as its iron and steel last. The young man's name is Stanley J. Hitchcock and he lives in a London suburb.
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