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Knetts President of Aviators

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Howard C. Knotts 2L., of Springfield, Ill., has been elected president of the University Aeronautical Society. Knotts, who served during the war as a pilot in the 17th Squadron, is one of the 66 American aces, with a total of seven enemy planes to his credit. He received among other decorations the British Distinguished Flying Cross and General Service Medal and the Belgian Croix de Guerre.

The Aeronautical Society is planning to launch a membership drive next week, when an opening meeting will be held and a talk given by Colonel Drennan on "The Training of the Pilot."

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