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[[program]] Women's National Air Meet Contest Committee Contest Chairman L. L. Custer Referee Captain Victor Strahm Program Chief H. G. Mayes Press Miss Ernestine Breisch Communications Chief Perle Whitehead Chief Timer Ralph Woolpert Chief Judge George B. Smith Field Chief Service C. B. Matthews Starter E. A. Johnson Field Police E. E. Houpt Field Marshall James Isabel Department of Commerce E. F. Albery Entry Chief E. B. Smith Technical Chief John Livingston Announcer Charles Cleary Official Representative National Aeronautic Association Chas. M. Kelso OFFICERS Women's Aeronautical Association Mrs. George Shaw Greene, President Dayton Mrs. Don M. Peabody, Vice President Coral Gables, Florida Mrs. Ulysses Grant McQueen, 2nd vice Pres. Beverly Hills, California Mrs. Marguerite Jacobs Heron, Secretary Dayton Mrs. Ralph Messer, Treasurer Oklahoma City, Oklahoma W.N.A.A. Directors Mrs. Clark Sterns, Cocoanut Grove, Miami, Fla Mrs. Don M. Peabody, Coral Gables, Fla. Ms. Ulysses Grant McQueen, Beverly Hills, Ca. Mrs. Ralph Messer, Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. Orra Heald Blackmore, Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Carlos L. Reaves, Denver, Colo. Mrs. Charles L. Morris, Hamden, Conn. Mrs. A.G. Spear, Portland, Me. Mrs. Clayton Patterson, Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Edna Christofferson, Portland, Ore. 99's Mrs. Margaret Perry Cooper, President New York, New York Gladys O'Donnell, Vice President Long Beach, California Lauretta M. Schimmoler, Secretary-Treasurer Glendale, California [[end page]] [[start page]] GREENE & BROCK Member New York Stock Exchange DAYTON NEW YORK SPRINGFIELD MIDDLETOWN EVENT NO. 1 - FREE-FOR-ALL HANDICAP RACE Sponsored by the Waco Aircraft Company 2:00 P.M. Saturday, August 4 Trophy Donated by Dayton Rubber Mfg. Co. $175 Total Prize - 1st $100 - 2nd $50 3rd $25 This race is to be one lap over an approximately 20 mile triangular course. An endeavor is being made to handicap the contesting planes on the most equal basis possible. Ships are to be serviced completely for the race and submitted to the Test Pilot on the line (Saturday) at one o'clock sharp, ready for the speed trials. Ships will be flown over a measured course by John Livingston and handicapped at the start of the race according to the speed. At the completion of the speed trials, the planes will be under guard until the start of the race (which is the first event on the program for that day) and no adjustments may be made by either pilot or mechanic. EVENT NO. 2 - PRECISION LANDING CONTEST 3:00 P.M. Saturday, August, 4 $100 Total Prize - 1st $40 - 2nd $30 - 3rd $15 - 4th $10 - 5th $5 Trophy Donated by Pratt and Whitney Throttle closed at 1,000 feet - landing to flag - use of brakes permissible. Measure to be taken from nearest building. [[advertisement]] Compliments of Marks Travel Service Airplane, Steamship and Railway Reservations and Tickets 305-306 Callahan Bank Bldg AD-7868 [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] ELIZABETH GREENE Interior Decorator 203 North Ludlow Street [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] Old Barn Club Stables FINE RIDING HORSES Reasonable Rates O'Neil Road WA-0233 [[/advertisement]] [[advertisement]] Grace Spoerlein Beauty Studio, Inc. Third Street Arcade Third Floor Unexcelled Service in every line of Beauty Work at Reasonable Prices Permanent Wave Specialists Air Cooled Shop AD-9751 [[/advertisement]] [[/program]]
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