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[[image - photograph of three women, one man]]
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[[image - photograph of planes in air flying over a crowd
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[[caption]] 5. - Maj. Alexander P. De Seversky, president of the Seversky Aircraft Co., New York city, who (9) thrilled onlookers by his upside-down flying.[[caption]]
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[[caption]] 8. - Four of the officials. Left to right: E. A. Johnson, starter; Howard Mayes, program chief and airport manager; L. L. Custer, contest chairman, and George R. Smith, chief judge. [[/caption]] [[circled]] 8 [[/circled]]

Scenes and notables at the Women's National air Meet are shown above.
1. - Left to right: Rhoda E. Davis, Est Lansing, Mich., whose plane was damaged in landing late Friday; Lieut. B. B. Talley, Wright Field, technical adviser, and [[underlined in red]] Mrs. Talley, [[/underlined in red]] pilot, who was unable to enter after her machine crashed at the field last week, and Paula Lind, former Daytonian, now of New York city, who plans to race Sunday.
2. - Annette Gipson, Garden City, Long Island, second place winner in the 20-mile handicap.
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