Aeronautics: Chicago Races

Fortnight ago, the 1933 National Air Races were sublet to Los Angeles by Cleveland, the city which has control over them for the next eight years but was glad to get rid of them for a spell because they were costing too much money. The meet, stripped of usual stunt exhibits and daredeviltry, will be held July 1-4.

Chicago's Century of Progress could have had the races in consideration of $12.500, Cleveland's yearly ''sanction fee'' to the National Aeronautic Association. But Chicago preferred an arrangement announced last week. Century of Progress' President Rufus...

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