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Flying Club Chooses Martin As Leader for Coming Year

Prepares for Active Year, Electing Officers and Directors


In a meeting yesterday the Flying Club elected officers for the next year. As President Clarence D. Martin, Jr. '39 was chosen; Vice-President, James K. Davis '38; Secretary, Ripley O. Jones '39; Treasurer, Arthur W. Nelson '38.

Three men were elected to the Board of Directors, which also includes the officers. They are: Whedon Johnson '40, Daniel S. Roosevelt '40, and Henry S. Stone '38. Of the 35 flyers in the Club, the oldest of its kind in America, 20 are licensed pilots. During the coming summer the Club will compete abroad.

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