The Harvard Aeronautical Society will give two aeroplane motion picture exhibitions in the Fogg Lecture Room, the first on next Monday at 7.30 o'clock for members of the University only, and the other on December 1 at 8 o'clock, which will be open to the public. The exhibition will be one of the finest ever attempted in the United States, 36,000 pictures having been secured. The pictures will represent every variety of heavier-than-air machines in actual flight, including the Curtiss, Wright, Bleriot and Voisin types. A few races will also be exhibited. A superior type of cinematograph will be used to show the pictures. Definite announcements as to the library, lecture courses, and gliding sections will be made at both meetings.
Tickets are on sale at Amee's at 50 cents each. Charter members and those joining the Society before December 3 will be admitted free to all exhibitions during the year.