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Aeronautical Society Arranges Open Meeting to Stimulats Interest


All members of the University interested in aviation are invited to attend the Harvard Aeronautical Society smoker which will be held in the Quiet Room of the Union Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Major L. H. Drennan, air service officer attached to the Northeastern Department of the United States Army, will give an informal talk on the Army reorganization aviation activities, and Major MacDill, who is studying certain phases of military aeronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will speak. A communication from Captain T. T. Craven, Supervisor of the Naval Reserve Flying Corps and Director of Naval Aviation, concerning naval aviation activities will be read. The officers of the club will outline plans for the winter and spring. Refreshments will be served.

All pilots, observers and balloon men, as well as others interested in aeronauties, have been requested by the society to sign up in the blue books which have been posted on the various bulletin boards so that the society can obtain an idea as to how many men in the University are interested in aviation.

All men in the University are eligible to become members of this society, whose stated purpose is "to further an interest in the study and practice of aviation among Harvard undergraduates." The officers of the society are: E. H. Kelton 3E.S., president; L. K. Marshall 3E.S., treasurer; and W. W. Johnson 1L., secretary.

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