A possible answer to pollution from car exhaust fumes was demonstrated in Baltimore recently by its inventor, 72-year-old Russell Snodgrass.
GV Traffic in street
CU Exhaust pipe fumes (2 shots)
SV Inventor talking to press
GV & MV Inventor applies liquid (3 shots)
MV Testing exhaust
SCU Inventor speaks
TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 7: "It would be pleasant, because life should be pleasant. Now, for the man it will come out "au printemps", or hemlock or something, to prove that he's a great beg strong fellow, even if he's a little weakling. And for the lady's side of course you'll have roses, or "A Night in Paris" or violets. And if you want roses, why for the little girl behind who's just going to college, it'll be roses. Go gather ye rosebuds while ye may, while time is still a-flying."
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Background: A possible answer to pollution from car exhaust fumes was demonstrated in Baltimore recently by its inventor, 72-year-old Russell Snodgrass. He claims his discovery not only eliminates pollution from cars, but gives the remaining exhaust fumes a pleasant aroma. The aroma of the exhaust, he pointed out later, could be varied according to the driver's taste.
Mr Snodgrass's method is to mix a liquid he claims to have discovered into the intake manifold of the engine. This eliminates the harmful effect of the fumes.
Mr Snodgrass has dreams of a great variety of car fragrances: