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FLYING CLUB BEGINNING FOUR WEEK COMPETITION

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This evening at 7.15 o'clock candidates for the Harvard Flying Club will meet in Sever 6. The competition will last four weeks, and will include a course of ground school lectures. This feature gives new members a basis for further instruction in flying and for the operation of the ship. Another new rule of the competition is a short flight test for those candidates who still remain in it at the end. This will not be required of candidates already holding pilot's licenses.

The club looks forward to the continuation of its record of no injuries and no serious accidents, which has been maintained for three years.

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