ARMY & NAVY: Fetcher Fechet


When a horseman rides a great distance and receives warm welcome at the end, he usually supervises in person the care that is bestowed upon his animal. When aviators fly across an ocean, however, not quite the same sentiment attaches to the mechanical contrivance by means of which the trick was turned.

Last week, while Fliers von Huenefeld, Koehl and Fitzmaurice triumphed in Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia, etc. etc., it was reported that the Bremen, still stranded at Greenly Island, might not be able to fly away if it were not...

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