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Successful Flights by J. V. Martin

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According to a despatch received from London, Mr. J. V. Martin registered as a special student in the University last year and manager of the Aeronautical Society has recently made several successful flights in the neighborhood of London. Martin used a Farman biplane. Mr. Martin went abroad several weeks ago to study aviation under Olaude Grahame-White and it was under his direction that he made his first flights.

Beside doing most of the work connected with the construction of the Harvard I, the biplane built last year by the Aeronautical Society, Mr. Martin with Mr. Claflin were responsible for the efficient management of the Harvard-Boston Aero Meet held at Squantum last September.

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