AERONAUTICS: As the Crow Flies

The college woman advanced abruptly to the front of aviation news last week when Ruth Rowland Nichols, Wellesley graduate, flew the first non-stop flight from New York to Miami. The direct route took the plane often out of sight of land; flying 12 hours from field to field. Miss Nichols has made many flights; en route to Miami she piloted the plane for a five hour stretch. With her were Harry Rogers, President of the Rogers Air Line of Miami ; and Major M. K. Lee, business and sportsman. Said Miss Nichols:...

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