The Harvard Aeronautical Society is now incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts, and officially affiliated with the Aero Club of North America. Through this affiliation, members will be able to secure pilot licenses, to enter all aviation contests and events held by the Aero Club in the United States, and to enter International Federation meets in any country in Europe. Such privileges have as yet been attained by no other college aeronautical organization.
Twenty-five men are working daily on the society's aeroplane, "Harvard I," and it is expected that the machine will be completed within six weeks. Many new mechanical devices are being embodied in its construction which will make it the equal of the most advanced modern areoplanes.