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11 HARVARD MEN PLEDGED TO FLY-FOR GOVERNMENT

Successful Applicants to Become Members of Naval Reserve Corps and Fly. This Summer--Work Starts Feb. 12

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The United States Government has sworn in eleven students in the University as members of the United States Naval Reserve Corps on active duty at the Naval Reserve Air Station at Squantum.

These men, who will work as student aviators, have enrolled in the course in flying instruction which the Navy is offering to New England college graduates and undergraduates. Lieutenant George R. Poud, commanding officer of the station at Squantum, stated yesterday that work in the Ground School will begin on the evening of Tuesday. February 12, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Actual instruction in flight, however, will not be given until spring or summer.

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