Transport: Records, Nov. 15, 1937

High. Last week a 3,700 h.p. Alfa-Romeo Cant Zappata, with Italian Pilots Stoppani & Di Mauro, carrying 4.400 Ib. of pay load, rose to 29,344 ft. (over 5½ mi.) above Trieste—a record for seaplanes and additional support for the assertion of National Aeronautic Association's president. Charles Horner. that Italy leads the U. S. in aviation "by a substantial margin."

Fast. Flying a 14-cylinder, 1,200 h.p. Twin-Wasp Sever sky that won him the Bendix Trophy for 1937, California's Frank W. Fuller last week whizzed out of Vancouver, crossed 20 miles of Canada, 1,184 miles of...

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