AERONAUTICS: Macready Jumps

Lieut. John A. Macready, veteran U. S. Army flier, has added another achievement to his long record of wonderful flights and adventures. With

Lieut. Oakley Kelly, he once flew across the U. S. in a 26-hour non-stop flight, With Kelly he established the world's endurance record, flying over Dayton for 34 hours. Officially Frenchman Lecointe still holds the world's altitude record, but on his last attempt to beat this Macready's barograph registered 43,000 feet and when he landed stiff and frost-bitten from the intense cold many experts were of the opinion that...

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