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Thirty-Three Men Plan to Fly With Club This Year

First Meeting of Flying Club Held in Lowell House Last Night

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Thirty-three men indicated their intentions of flying this year at the first meeting of the Flying Club held in the Lowell House Tower Room last evening.

The Club flies under contract with the inter-City Airlines, one of the seven government approved schools in the country. Only University restriction imposed upon the organization, he said, is that all members must have their parents' consent to fly.

Most experienced aviator who signed up last night was Thomas W. Jones 1L.

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