FLIGHT RECORD FOR ONE DAY BROKEN BY HARVARD PILOTS

Flying Club Members to Compete in Air Meet Tomorrow

The Harvard Flying Club broke all its previous flight records for one day, when several pilots of that organization remained in the air yesterday for a total of six and one half hours.

From 5 o'clock in the morning until 6 o'clock in the evening, W. N. Bump '28, W. C. Harris '28, f. P. Sproul '29, and H. H. Timken '30, used the club's plane, turning it up and practicing for the an meet they will enter tomorrow. At 12 o'clock tomorrow, the Club plane will leave the Boston Airport for Brainard Field, Hartford, in time for the New England Aeronautical Society meet, which starts at 2 o'clock.