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Today and Tomorrow.- Burgess and Hamilton to Fly.


The first intercollegiate glider meet will be held under the auspices of the Harvard Aeronautical Society on its field at Squantum today and tomorrow. The contests will take place between 4 and 7.30 o'clock on the afternoons of these days. There will be three events: duration, distance, and accuracy in landing. In each event a silver cup will be awarded to the aviator winning first place and a medal for second place. The entries include: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cornell, Tufts, University of Pennsylvania, Swarthmore, Waltham Aeronautical Society, Volkmonn and Harvard. Places in the events will count as follows: first, 5; second, 3; third, 1. The club winning the largest number of points will win the meet and the large silver loving cup offered by the "Intercollegiate Magazine". The Williams Society has been forced to withdraw its entries on account of an accident to its glider.

During the meet W. S. Burgess '91 and C. K. Hamilton will make flights in Wright biplanes.

Admission to the glider meet is 50 cents, which includes the use of chairs placed where the aviation meet grand stand stood. The price for automobiles is $1 with parking space provided.

The competitors from the different so- cieties are as follow: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.-E. N. Fales '11, F. W. Caldwell '11, H. F. Lehman '11; Tufts.-R. P. Bugbee '12; University of Pennsylvania.-G. A. Richardson '12; Swarthmore.-H. Blumhardt '12; Cornell.-C. H. Wetzel '13, F. R. Lentz '14, C. K. Getchell '11; Volkmann.-E. P. Warner, E. W. Lombard, B. Darling, C. Townsend; Harvard.-R. M. Allen '11, M. C. Allen '11, E. C. Brown '12, J. H. Taylor '13, W. H. Capen '13. The Waltham society will take part only in the open events

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