The Aeronautical Society's new biplane the "Harvard I," has been completed and it will be taken down to Soldiers Field this morning, though no flight will be made today. It is likely that a flight will be attempted the first morning during the week that the weather is favorable. J. V. Martin nC., the manager of the Harvard Aeronautical Society and the recently elected second vice-president of the American Aeronautical Association, will be the aviator. Members of the society will be welcome at the flight.
"Harvard I" Will Fly this Week
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