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FLYING CLUB TO PURCHASE CURTISS ROBIN MONOPLANE

Two Club Pilots Will Fly New Plane East From St. Louis

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In accordance with its policy of expansion the Harvard Flying Club announced last night that it has placed an order for a Curtiss Robin, a cabin monoplane powered by a 170 horsepower Curtiss Wright motor, and that the ship will be flown on from St. Louis next week by two club pilots. The plane is to be used primarily for cross-country flying. To supplement this ship the Club will also operate a Gypsy Moth for the purpose of training those members who have not as yet received their private licenses.

This is the first year in which the Club has had two planes and it is now capable of meeting the requirements of all its members, both experienced and inexperienced.

A meeting of the club open to all members of the University will be held tonight at 7.30 o'clock in Sever 6,

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