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More than 30 men gathered in the Lowell House Common Room last night when the Flying Club held its first meeting of the year. The presiding officer was Keith Davis '38, and the principal speaker Robert Love of the Inter-City Air Lines.
Love, whose organization is under contract with the Flying Club, stressed the importance of sound instruction for the student flyer. The rest of the evening was devoted to speeches outlining the Club's plans for the year. The policy is basically the same as last year, but it was announced that in the future the Club would admit no associate, or non-flying, members.
On display during the meeting was a collection of trophies won in intercollegiate competition last year.
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