At Mitchel Field, L. I., was held an air carnival on behalf of the Army Relief Society. Twenty-four thousand spectators had thrills.

Not content with holding the world's speed record, Lieutenant A. J. Williams achieved the world's climb record in his famous racer— rising Iike a rocket to a height of 5,000 feet in one minute.

Lieutenants Steel and Hunt of the Army performed one of the most difficult of maneuvers, flying with wings vertical for some distance, with the fuselage supplying the lift instead of the wings—a feat only possible at the...

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