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Gasser

Herbert Spencer. 1888--1963, US physiologist: shared a Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1944) with Erlanger for work on electrical signs of nervous activity
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Police investigated the incidents of suspected gassing, but could never identify a Mad Gasser.
In 2003, one local writer went so far as to name a specific resident as the Mad Gasser.
Here, we're going to look at two of the more interesting and underrated double-action revolvers of World War I, the Austro-Hungarian Model 1898 Rast & Gasser and Italy's Model 1889 Bodeo.
In 1870 the Austro-Hungarian military adopted what was the largest cartridge revolver ever issued to troops--the 11mm Gasser.
But then the Austro-Hungarian military always had a penchant for unique arms, so the Gassers were just another example of them ".
Gasser also produced a revolver for police that differed drastically in design from their earlier models.
After he came home from a German prisoner-of-war camp, Red played baseball for the Gassers and the University of Oklahoma, where he was an engineering graduate.
Advancing to the finals the boyish Junior Gassers lost the best two of three championship series to Ada, whose playing manager was an ex--Major Leaguer.
Among the new generation of Gassers with "circus blood" are Johnny (19), Christopher (13), and Jessica (4), all of whom perform in Starlight, another Gasser family circus.
At Westlake High, coach Jim Benkert is a fan of gassers, a wind sprint in which players run as fast as they can from one sideline to the other.
Today, original Gassers can be difficult to come by and do bring a pretty good price, although Belgian knock-offs surface quite regularly.