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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

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GREENE & BROCK
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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.


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