AERONAUTICS: When Practicable

The Chief of Air Service has left the date of departure in the hands of the aviators themselves. They will start "when practicable." Weatherbound so far, they are marooned in a hotel at Reykjavik, Iceland, studying their maps, receiving a large mail from admirers in the U. S., and not at all worried. They feel sure they will get through and time is no object. In the meantime, the Navy has been coƶperating in wonderful fashion. The supply ship Gertrude Rask finally broke through the ice to Angmagsalik, on the south coast of...

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