Miscellany: May 31, 1926

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Upon the Richards Flying Field, near Kansas City, a puppydog appeared, seeking friends. Some pilots did not reject his overtures, but one, taking a dislike to his shy looks and gentle manners, took him away in an automobile, deserted him on a lonely highroad. The puppy made his way back. Finding that the beast survived even his own natural inclination to sniff at whirling propellers and perform in the path of descending planes, this flyer, one Waldo Robey, pilot of the Porterfield Flying School, took him...

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