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Bruce C. Hopper, associate professor of Government, will leave for Washington today to help choose a site for a proposed United States Air Foce Academy.
Hopper is a member of a four man committee which includes General Carl Spaatz, Retired, Brigadier, General Clark, Retired, and Lieutenant General Harmon, Chief of the U.S. Air Component to the U.N. the committee has been touring the country since November 20 narrowing 29 possible locations for an aviation West Point down to six.
The only civilian on the committee, Hopper has been associated with aviation since World War I when he fiew 29 bomber missions and when he also became acquainted with Spaatz.
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