Transport: Ingalls Across

As it is of most women pilots, the prime ambition of testy little Laura Ingalls is to outdo the famed exploits of tousle-headed Amelia Earhart Putnam. Since last April Miss Ingalls, trying extra hard, has concentrated on the long-standing Earhart non-stop record across the U. S. from West to East. Her first attempt fizzled in Colorado, her next in Indiana. Disgruntled, she tried her hand at non-stop flying from East to West, was the first woman to succeed at it (TIME, July 22). Last week, she was again ready to tackle the West-East flight....

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