Motor Age Indianapolis Run

From Motor Age, Nov. 18, 1915

Dorris in St. Louis-Indianopolis Run–A claim for the touring-car record between St. Louis and Indianapolis, Ind., has been made for the Dorris six, a seven-passenger truing car which left St. Louis at 7:15 am last Friday and 8 hours and 20 minutes later arrived at Indianapolis. The car made the trip without a single stop for tire trouble or adjustment, the only stop during the trip being a half hour for lunch, according to representatives of the Dorris company who made the trip. The four passengers were H.B. Krenning, president of the Dorris Motor Car Co.; George P. Dorris, vice-president; George Jack, factory superintendent and V.C. Klopper, assistant to the president.