At the last meeting of the Aeronautical Society, officers for next year were elected. The new president, E. H. Kelton Occ., is also vice-president of the Intercollegiate Flying Association, and served overseas as a first lieutenant with the 185th Flying Squadron. The vice-president is J. B. Garver 1L., formerly overseas with the 25th American Squadron, where he downed three planes in combat. R. Blynn Varnum, elected corresponding secretary, served as instructor at Issoudon; France, and later with the 166th Squadron. The recording secretary W. W. Johnson '20, was an ensign in Naval Aviation at Pensacola, Fla.
L. K. Marshall 2 R. S., the new treasurer, was overseas as a lieutenant, junior grade, in Naval Aviation. These officers propose next year to use the seaplane which is at present being employed for the instruction of one new pilot, of give several more men an opportunity to get pilots' licenses.